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THE LOCAL FIELD.
-o We ipe.s :ulangitrom joy to gloom, ate.tiil we 1( ne :ud tj:ust; (Oe.day dtie colmtry'.s u. a botal, Today it's on u bust! Up to 7 o'clock last night there had been 339 registered at Stevensville. Rev. W. O. Waggoner will preach here morning and night next Sunday. J. N. Higgias shipped several car lads:i of kay frorm this point last week. The M. M. Co. shipped e'leven cars of potatoes from this point last week and expect to ship about eight more this week. The REPUBLICAN has not made a statement about a single opposition candidate that it cannot substantiate in a court of law. A number.of HIamilton gentlemen came down Saturday and addressed the people at Etca school house that nighi, on the the capital question. Isaac Crane, popalist candidate for sheriff, and G. I. Tuxbury, candidate on the same ticket for county super intendent were visitors in town Sat urday. W. P. O'Brien, democratic candi date for sheriff, and J. R. Faulds, democratic candidate for the legisla ture, came in from 'Darby and Ilam ilton yesterday. The point which all who favor pro tection want to keep in mind is the importance of getting out every vote. Upon that will depend the size of the majority to be given against demo cratic hard times. WANTED--Ranchles to sell, rang ing from $1,000 to $3,000. Must have good water rights. Write full description and price to E. A. Win stanley, room 4, second floor. ]irst National Bank building, Missoula. If you want a good, solid and sub stantial meal for 25 cents you can get it at Missoula at the Rankin house restaurant, which is under the man :agement of R. J. Kitching, one of the very best caterers in the state. lion. T. Ii. Carter and a number of 1-Ielena for the capital people came sip last Thursday noon and spoke on the capital question, going from here to Victor, Corvallis and Ilamilton. They had a special train and were 'accompanied by the Missoula band. The Helena Clock is a new weekly literary venture. It is publishled by -Jimmie Walker, for many years local editor of the Herald, and a good newspaper mnan. The first issue shows marked ability and the RI. .uniLICAN wishes Jimmie every suc cess. Two carloads of blooded English brood maares for Marcus D)aly arrived in Missonla attached to the overland train from the east this afternoon. They were taken up the Bitter Root by slpecial train. The stock is the finest ever brought to 3Morntana. Democrat. A number of democratic candidate! including J. M. Johnson, W. : O'Brien and J. R.. Faulds took in thl town of Darby on Saturday and paint 'ed it red. The logging camps gavy the men a holiday and a general hur1 rall was had. A dance was given anl whiskey flowed freely, as much aU $285 being taken in 'over 'one bar. There were sore heads in the morn i~g. A train composed of thirty coaches ,of potatoes from the Missoula Mer chantile company for Terrill BIros., the Chicago commission merchants, left over the Northern Pacific this afternoon in charge of C. F. McGran ahhan. The train will cross the mountains in two sections. Upon reaching the other side of the range it will run to Chicago as a special. Western Democrat. Gen. F. Brooks, the real estate agent has sold to Frank Irwin, of Billings, Montana, the ranch of Wil liam Davis at Lo Lo. Mr. JIrw..in had started for the coast to locate, but stopping at Butte on his way west, saw the fine exhibit of fruit sent there from the Bitter Root valley and came here 'at once. Mr. Irwin takes immediate possession and will make extensive improvements.-N is soulian. The populist papers are making a blow about their chal-lenge to hart man or Corbett to meet Smith in de bate. They want the debate to come off at any date or any place where Mr. Smith is dated to speak. That is, Mr. Smith will not make any effort to meet Hartman or Corbett, but wants these gentlemen to 'cancel their engagements to rcconmmodate him. Or be go out in the back yard and .ait ntil he finds it convenient to go there. Considerate populists: .J. R. Faulds does not deny that lie was for Helena last election, that lie 'abused people for working for Ana conda, that lie abused Messrs. Ward and Smalley for voting for Dixon, or thatbhe has switched in order cur ry favor with Mr. Daly's friends that he maiight get cffice. Nor 'does lie ideny thlat he has switched before for the same reason, lie simply spews out his 'lime on those who have suc iceeded in exposing him. And he "an .Aneaioan gentleman withou re proach." Rah! Isn't it nausealag'? When you go to the polls next Tuesday see tbhat you place a cross opposite the name of Miss Anna Iknd if you wish the shelo) interests properly administered. The democ.ratic Williamnspoar, Sun has the exclusive informa.tion that iresident Cleveland Is an advocate of free sugar. If it will refer to Cleve land's letter to Chairman Wilson it will find the president is for free wool, free lead, free coal and free lumber, which are produced in Mon tnna, but is not for free sugar. This is also the position of the Montana .state democracy and its candidates. for tihe legislature. Mr. Faulds says our report of W., A. Clark interviewieg him here is "a" direct. bare-faced, bald-headed false hood, as will be proven later." Oh,; no, it isn't, old man, and now is the time to prove it it, if you can-not later. Talking about proof, we will give you a little for a starter. Mr. Clark had Duffield's rig, and Billy Burton drove it and stopped in front of the M. M. store where Mr. Clark got out,, and lie saw that gentleman talking with the writer. Mr. Clark had previously walked up to Mr. Faulds' offlice a;ncd had not found him there. Afterwards lihe rig was driv en to the Tribune oflice and Faulds came out and had a long talk with Clark, witnessed by a number. In lilhhs last issue Mr. Candidate Faulds attempts to answer some of our criticisms on his candidacy, but only succeeds in descending to his usual level of blackguardism. For a sample argument in his own favor he first calls limiselI' '-an American gentleman without reproach," and then says the IREPUuLICAN is "'oper ated and conducted by the largest aggregation of .chumlps' and 'heelers' this side of 'Frisco." lie has never attempted to refute our statements we made about his Thompson Falls career, because lie could not. lie only uses personal abuse, whereas lie ought to feel tlhankful that we did not tell more: for example, his brutal and inhuman conduct in Tom Keat ing's saloon wien J. E. Allen was thought to be dying. "An American gentleman witlhout reproach," in deed! And a line '"gentleman"a' to represent Ilavalli county in any ca lpacity! Quite a number of Stevensvillu )eople attended the Old Folks enter tainnment Monday evening at the Ifolden school house. The affair was, a couplete success in every respect. The house was packed, there being scarcely standing roonl. The enter taiument, which was given under the1 management of Mrs. Helena Ledlie,. the teacher at that point, was hlighlyl interesting and entertaining and showed the result of much careful prel)aration on the part of both teacher and puplils. The program was so long and so well filled that no letailed account is possible, and of .uIoL iit ounornI lu eree Of excellence that special mention of any one feat ure would be an unfair discrimina tion. We venture to say, however, that no part of the evening's per fornmance was more eagerly watched or more thoroughly appreciated tlha the Irish character song, in costume by Mr. Lavey (Larry the Piper) and the Irish jig by himself and -wife w\\hich followed itt. The Florence String hand was present and acted in the capacity of orchllestra. Another ,of these truly pleasant entertain Ilents is promised in the near future, though the exact date is not as yet annollunced. These entertainmlents are given to raise Emoney to carry onill the school. A dance sl tile sallme purpose will be given next Saturday night. Roll Of lioner. The following are the names of the pupils of tile Ilolden school whose names appear oil the roll of honor for the month ending Octotber 22: Julia Luby, Nina Mason, Maggie Luby, Maud Mason, Clara IBremer, John Lavie, lienjamen Duffy, Edwin Peter, James Lubv. Miss Gowdy, of lllecna, is the guest of her cousin, Mr. (lowdy, who has clharge of the telegraph office at2llolden. She is a talented mus-i ician and favored the liolden school entertainment with a rare musical' treat. TheSCatlholic church is beingi eu tirely renovated and repaired. Our political friends one and all are being most pleasantly and hospit ably entertained. Washington, Oct. 25.-Col. Garrick 3Iallory, U, S. A., retired, died here yesterday, aged ti3. I1kle was one of the Libby plrisoners. lie was in charge of tile signal 'service burellau from 1870 to 187(i, and was then or dered to Dakota. Texarkana, A.urk., O.ct. 20.-T-he case df Prof. G. L. [tryan't, charged with the mt[r;ler (if Prof. George T. Ellis, on trial in the district court, has been concluded, tile jury render ing a verdict of guilty and fixing the pun'ishment at ninety-nine years in 'the penitentiary. Bryant was presi dent of the Texarkana State Normal Business college, and Ellis, who came here from IHelena, Mon't., was fornm erly-a yteathertin Ithe -school. blessrs Dowling and Williams had a very narrow escape from a probable fatal accident last week, while can vassing the upper county. They were driving along in the midst of a wind storm, when a big three gave wa~' and fell across the ,road. The tree started to fall just in front of the horse and Dowling pulled up. But in falling it swerved and would have fallen directly on the two gentlemen had not John, who was watching it very carefully and also very anxious ly, given the horse a sharp blow, causing it to make a big jump ahead, and the tree fell just two feet behind the buggy. It was a close call, and Dowling's coolness came into good play. May leros., Stevensville. are pre pared to purchase all hogs that are fit foranarket. I tf y LU ~0 E om ZZ z m H. Og LL W3 A team belonging to J. S. Crain ran away Saturday afternoon just as they were entering town from the north. They ran into a team belong to J. T. Long, which was being driven by his little boy, and one of the run aways fell, entangling his legs in the wheel of Mr. Long's wagon in an ex ceedingly thorough and complicated manner. Mr. Long's team, fortun ately, stood quiet, or the fallen ani mal would have fared badly. It was necessary to remove the wheel from Ir. Long's wagon before the horse could be extricated. With the ex ceptiion of a 'few scratches on the horse and a few slight bruises which the driver, Fred Printz, received, no damage was done, not even a strap of :the harness being broken. GClt .ito line fr .the right. IT IS A BASE FABRICATION., 'CORVALLIS, October 30, 1891. F4itor REPUBLICAN. In the" latest it;uue of the Valley Advertiser, published at Grantsdale., I find the following: By ithe way, Mr. .Crane in:fort ms the writer ýthat !he was aplproached by the republican nominee for the shrievalty, who suggested that lie (Crane) withdraw and pull for him. and in return he .would make him under sheriff. Mr. Orane refused the offer, and says he will .be under no body but the people. Now, sir; I wish to state to the public, through your columns, that the above is a base fabrication, and I most emphatically declare that I have never approached Mr. Crane on' the subject, and have never even hinted to him that I would give him the place of under sherif if lihe would resign and I be elected. I am detained ait home by the very serious illness of my wife and child cannot leave them now to go through the 'county refuting all the stories the .democrats and populists are springing, not only on myself but on other repdiblican candidates, and .I trust you.will give this denial cir etilation fthrouglih -our paper. Ii. S. OH.i'ErN, Republican candidate ;for s.heriff.off Ravalli county. To the people of Ravalli county who have known Sig. Chafflu for so many years his simple denial will be sufficient. And this includes many democrats, and also many populist supporters of Mr. Crane. We have not heard that Mr. Crane has told any such story anywhere else. lle certainly did not here last week.l. And we believe he is too hiolrable a gentleman to tell a lie to the editor of the Advertiser. The printed ex tract from the Advertiser is simply on a par with the course of the po1pm list papers when they think there is no chance for their own candidates, to injure the republican candidates in the interest of the democrats. The populist papers are not conduct ing a fair campalgn in ilavalli, even if their candidates are. Hartman And Hunt. There is no'rrason on eart h why a single republican vote in this state should be withheld from IIartman and Hunt for congress and the su premebench respectiv ely : They ared two of the most talented and distin guishod young men in the setate: they: have proved equal to every public ex pectation, and they have on every occasion, reflected credit on the peo ple whom they have .represented in oflice. lHartman is regarded in Wash ington as the peer of the aiblest silver men in. either branch of congress. Teller, I)ubois, Willis Sweet. Lafe Pence and other great champions of the white metal are his friends and desire his return. General Warner, president of the National Ilimetallic League, commends his fidelity and ability in the highest terms. His speeches, both on the tariff and silver, have been masterpices of logic and very effective. Hartman and Iunt are a great pair and every loyal 3Mor tanian will give them cheerfull sup port. T3en-zo-ine Cmreamln for the complex ion, rough and chapped skin. Valley Drug Stone. Populism. In treating of affairs of state And how the world -.hould go, The more the howling pops debate The less the people know. They fill the mind with plans and schllemes Grotesque and green as grass, kAnd get the world to drearning dreams That cantot come to pass. Each pop himself a statesman sees, And so ie takes stumlp; "My friends," in trying times like these One should not be a chump. --------- 1 NEWS oF 'rite s'r.t're. LIviNOsTON, Oct. 25.-'l'he spleln did county wagon bridge spanning the Yellowstone, five miles upl tiIl river, was totally wrecked last night dby a willdstornt. The collapse. was complete, arid the entire strlctu re is in the river. Tlh(, bridge was erected last spring by tie ¢Gillette lierzog company of Minneapolis, at a cost tO the county of iearly $9,000. Ethel Stoddard, of Glendivye, aged 17, shot hlerself at noon last Wedlnes day and died in seven Ininutes. The act was prmoled itated, as the young lady liadbllleein despondent for a week past. All illquest was 1ield anld the coroner's jullry rlendeed a verdict that the act .wis doine with suicidal inl tenllt. A lmIite was left by her givilng as arCleason thllalt life was a lbulrden, caused by a severe case of catarrlh, which rendcered her almost speec'h. less. C. J. Black, the condemn.d Flat head murderer, who was seintenced to be hIlnged i KIlisplel on Septen ber 28, bIut Vo was stubsequlently re iprieved ulntil yesterday, the 25th, has been again reprieved by the governor, this time unitil Nov. 23. IHe was sentenced to death for the brutal kill ing of Mrs. Cunllinglham at Kalispell. his attorneys wish to argue a motion for a new trial before te sulllreme .:ourt. ITence.the reprieve. SllORlT TEIJEGRAMaS. Trenton, Oct. 25.-Dr. 11. T. Ilelmbold, of extract of buchu fame:, died suddenly of apoplexy yesterdia. in the state asyilum for insane in this city. 3altimnore. Oct 2.r-A train of l. cars left Canton last. night for \lil waukee, with tin plate, broulghtt fo'l n Swansea, Wales, by the Maryland and Atlantic steamers and the Man atic. Fall River, Mass., Oct. 23.-The striking weavers are still gaining in numbers. The mills have lost 1,201) looms since yesterday, making a total of 4.017 since Sunday. At a neeting of the strikers today it was voted to ask a conference with the lattntlufac turers, at which it is probable tiey will ask that the sanme .concession be granted tihe weavers as was granted tihe spinners, namely t 5 per cent re duction. Norfolk, Oct. 24.-Captain lRobert II. Pengram, formerly itn the United States and Confederate navies, died here today aged 84 year.s lie was with the expedition to Japan in 1852 and in 1855 commanded the American 'forces which united with tile Eng lish in operating against pirates in Chinese waters. Phlladlephia, O:t.25.--Mrs. Cleve .landdias consented to christen the -steamtliip St. ;Louis, which will be launched from Cratnp ship yard No vember 12. Chicago, Oct. 25.--Mrs. 'Maty A. Woodbridge. world's correspondinog secretary of the W. CT. T. ,isdying. She was stricken with parlysis. Philadelphia, Oct. 2.1.--The weavers ill the worsted clotth mills of Ross, Miller & Co., at Mtanayunk, have struck for an increase of 15 per cent in wages. The employes say they have been subjected to a reduction of 50 per centt since last spring and $8.50 a week is all tihey can earn in a thi.rte en hour run. The mill but re cently started .up after Ia .lon, idle 1100,. Ienrm lifck & Co. will pay the highest cash price for county war rants. 5 Notice. There will he a meet ing (of ihe stockholders anii directorsl of liihe hiuena Vis.ta Mining (Co. on Salurdiv, Noivemiber '. 1K,.4. a tl: leiri olfIe in, Stevensvillle, lHavalli countly, Moin tanii. A\ full aitliendance, is request 0en. as hIli'nes of iimportance will N. ,I. TI r.t Ans, President. 74t .J. L. I IuinILe, Setctar. NOTICE. Notice is heoroleby givoen, That oin the lirst Tuesdayv aftr fi le first i, onday\, iof November, in ea;ich votillg piecillct in the County of .tavalli, State of Montana. aii election will be field. for delegafte to conl gress. ll'll11'bers of legislative assembly, criunty, town ship :and precinct illicers as follows: U(e (I) Representative in Con'ress, One (I) A sstic'iat. JuLstice of Sn-t preni , Court.e One)ii (1) State S.lenaloi. Two (2) lie lpresenl tat.ives, I)iOne (I) She rif. (fOne (1) 'lhrk and lhIeirdieir, One (1) 'T'reasiurer. (One (I) Assoss.ir., IOne (lI) Coiunty A ttornov, One (1) Clerk ofi the DIistrict Court (Ine (1) Supi. lullih Instrluction. IOne (1) iPubli A.d.e i.ios rat'r. One (1) (Coroni'r, Three (:1) County Comini issioiners. Two (2) Justices of the ]tetl aiidl Two (2) Constables in StLevens 'Town sliip, Corvallis Townshiip, War;: 'Township and Slkalkahlo Township, aild lTwo (2) .1 iustl.ice of the Peie and Twoi (T) Ciistah!l' inh Edwid Is I'ow.iin ship. Dalted this 15th day of October, A. 1). 189 4. .M.-.L JonINseic. Cleric of linard ofi Cunty Coluiiis sinners. W. J. DAVIS, M. D. STEVENSVILLE, MONTA NA. Next D)oor to Post Office. ('alls promptly ianswered, day or night. GEORGE T. BAGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, STrI';VI:NS VIl.li, - MONTA.NA. Opposite (4,urt Iouse. S WIIEN YOU (;O TO MISSOULA -TOP AT TIe Kennedy. IIGGINS , AVENtE. WM, KENNEDY, PROPRIETOR. IRates Iteasonahle. All the Modern Conveniences. U. S. LAND OFFICE ON 'riflt FtRST FLOOR. COTTAGE HOTEL, Second St., Hamilton, FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR. BENJ, R. SMITH, PROP. 1. . ./. . CO. WE ARE .OUT FOR THE Fall Campaign Weth the largest and best selected stock in all lines, hatlhas evver:been carried in the valley, A few catchy things in otu" Dress Goods Department. COVERT CLOTH, SILK MIXED WEAVES. CHANGEABLE SUITINGS. FANCY FLANNELS. IIENRIETTAS, in new.aud popular shades. DARKI OUTINGS; a heautiful line just opened. Flantgels., Blankets and [aomlorters Are just now ie big demand. We have thlm in iarge quantities ad ait Price' that SELL THEM. GlFT ENTERPRISE! With Every Purchase of 25 cents in 'Toilet Articles or Perfunlmerr we will record your guess as to tiihe Numblller of leans conlainiec in.a jar which III\' bi e seen il t.lie S.;owcase. The pIersoll tesinig nears.t the correct, rn boher will receiv' at (.'hristnmcs time a Ladies' ieautiful. SOLII) (UtL) WATtCII, Elgin i Mone ennt, wort h $35. In case of 'a tie lIte value of lth watch will be given the winners In Goode from Ary l)epartmeat ohur Store. Hardware Department. SUOVES :at': ' r ow maditinclicc tic gral c est it ient lion, .\ (::Iit oc I' justly celehbrated _I.ILLA N 1)S having just bl:c placied on I ti floor A Car of Furntiture Justc receivet d A . tinother o t tie wa. W' ca'll show rii ; ll haou leant line of lcivanis and Couches. Will dlispllay a tchoice selecction of Ic'cd uflit I.itta;t goods within a few days. Sec our Splecial Induce' entt. in the ( ts 'l Fillc nislci ' tt ;tils d Clothing deilpartn ntc . THlE (CAPITIIAL, (I[I'EN . _. R. DEV. CO. HAMILTON, MONTANA. WVIHEN IN NEEI) UI' Pure Drugs and Medicines_. WAIL. PA PER, BLANK B()OKS AND) STATI'JONI:NRY. PAINTS AN1) OILS, FISIIING 'TACKLE. I'O(CKET CUTLERY ANDI RAZORS. CIGARS and TOBACCO, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, E. C. Smnalley's Drug Store, T\___r__ ____'VENSV LL. .ONTI\ N X. Amos Buck Mercantile -.COM PAN Y..- J)EALEIji$S IN CHOICE STAPLE AND FANCY 6 RO._ CE R I ES BOOTS AND SHOES, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Dry Goods in Endless Quantities, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. MACHINES AND MACHINE *.REPA!RS, Hay and Grain in Car -Lots, Co,. ,Main and 3d Sts, ITEVENSTILLE, - - MONTANA. THE CURLEW SALOON. STEVENS VILLI, * MONTANA. -The Favorite Resort. Fine Liquors and Cigars, Pabst Milwaukee Beer, tQUIET CLUB ROOMS. iOS. LI.T1r lL, IOROPRIITOR. " I.'i",, , - B B L E. O . A , TItA (IIF R , RIBBLE & THACHER, PRA(CTICAL Blacksmiths, Carriage and Wagon Makers. JOB WORK, GENERAL REPAIRING. Horse Shoeing a Specialty, STEVENSVILLEr, - ON'AA..