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VOL. xv. BILLINGS, YELLOWSTONEI COUNTY, MONTANA, .FIID , ST 18, 1899 NO. M, NO 4 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JAB. R. GO-, LAWYER. Office First National Bank Building. H . ARMBTRONG, M. L., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Belknap Block, - Billings, Montana, D . J. H. RINEHART. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. FOe ln First National Bank building, Billings, ANDJRW CLARK, M. D. HARRIET FOXTON-CLARK, M. D., C. M. PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS. Rooms 6 and 7, First National Bank Building. Night calls answered at offiee DR. E. P. TOWNSEND, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office and Residence on Twenty.Ninth Street North two doors north of Cottage Inn. Offce strti private. All calls will receive prompt attestes Telephone 118. oF. GODDARD. ATTORNE Y-AT-LAW. Office over First National Bank. FREBD H. HATHHORR, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Oll.-Room . Filet National Bank Buildag. Bllingee, Montana. JOUI4NFON 6 JOWSRTON. LAWYERS. Room I8, Selknap Block. p J. IDO)0lY. ARCHITECT. Butte and Billings, Montana. Ndtary Public, Justiceof' he Peace U. S. Com iesi General Commt.sion Merdbanrt. Boom 8. First ational Bank BuiLding, Billings, ARWIE ~& HOUTON, 'REAL ,ESI'ATE, LIVE .SQOCIE, rNSURANCE. Office in Wardwell Block. 'Tdleth one llL!. 'Correspondence Solheitedl. rBILImes, - - MONTANA. 'I~ULLE AMBBURACT COMPANE, SABSITRACTS OF TIILEl To all real propelrt in Ydlewetone eouln , .on ,,comple&b so M._. Irand Indun , om' Itr & poln .t e a _--4m lc t tn h Eo n 0p _ mm a ra FIRST JITIIAb -) OF - sagIes, ]ra Paid Up Capital., - *O1 001o 8urp.es and Profits, - V0400( FP. B. Moss, President. H. W. ROWLEr, Vice-Pres. S. F. MORSE, Cashier. S. G. REYROLDS, Asst. Cash DIRECTORS: Chas. T. Babcock, Jos. Zimmerman, .. H. W. Rowley, G. W. Woodson, P. B Moss. Transact a general banking busi ness. Collections promptly made and remitted for. 4598 YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL ...BAN K... OF BILLINGS' o-- CAPITAL, .!0560" A. L. ADmOOCKI anu 4 mt. o--- alrinPD WSAg, Y•w.iuw . A. 0$,IUlW, 9S. 9 a cwdOL, a ~r mraw, Ik P. JOHN D. .THE ChOTHIER j FRAIOUS OUTFITTB d,,sv Clothing, AND B Clothing,4 Blankets and Bedding, Bed Sheets, Wagon Covers, Hats and Caps. The Largest Stock of Boots and Shoes, comprising Ladies' Fine Shoes and Slippers, Chil dren's Shoes, all sizes, Men's Boots and Shoes, all grades. Sole Agent in Billings for the Star brand rubber overshoes, every pair guaranteed perfect. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to. JOHN D. IO EKIMP. lP Q'oI'IRON ,JOHN TODD Cotbron & Todd, Suooeaem toGrmoell & Gana. hinvet,, feed. and Sale STABLE .s'enSell Live Sto.. S Teeme toLet to ravelinur en. 'eolegant igs for PsWue Ikbflt. and let Av. U.IDER STATE SUPERVISION. Pays5 pericent on (avings Deposite Interest compoundedcute rtrly. Peq*ys7percent on e Certificate of Depoeit, not .eubiet to check. Imssees vinae Ceroifloates on Build ing and Loan Plan With definite time o matu.ity and definit wpayments. Loans Money on Real Estate to be re paid' n monthly inskallmente runnini trodm OGNP TEN YEAARS, to suit bor rower. Trustees -- Lee Mantle, president Chae. Sobetzlen, vioe preeident; Fayett4 Harrington, treasurer; Chas. R. Leonaaoi attorne:y; A. Ba.Olements, secretary; F. Aug. Heinze, Henry Mueller, Frank W Haskins, James H. Monteath. a ffaltitube of faults In bicycle con be hidden Creecent.... .... t1cgcles Are lown as the wheels tt tanmd t, tad it ist tperfeton in their their rgtation. )Piee md quality anaemet o..,o .............. ,,,..o. 1t99 MODEII !lMOW RBADT. 0eor.. ,oide, ..k9IIRY STA RL.. ?..*in, nt" , sýMPa 1STrF, R1A WAY NOU. NAust . ' ltpo Pettions the oil,' OGrant a TO ENCIRCLE THE CITY Cess Pools D)eclared Nuianices and other Business Transacted at the Reguhlar Meetintr. The second regular bi-monthly meet. inug of the city council was hold Tues. day night with Mayor Yegen presiding. The roll call showed Alderntann Clement and Connelly absent, both be ing out of the city. On motion the sidewalk bills of John Powers amounting to $84.80 laid over at the last meeting, were allowed and a special assessaent ordered for same. The ordinance lhvying speclal aquessM wmet for buildlng and repairlong side. walks was introduced and referred to street and sidewalk committee, which immediately returned with a report asking for its immediate passage, On " motion unanimous consent to its 4mme. 4iae aotiop wa. spanied. On motion the orditbaioe wwas dopted, signe(fid approved py the for tMaaor. year wi frerlre ~ae to enuce commitee to repo a Ap reess mmeeting Wedpes* On motion the tellowing bills were allowed, ' 'I. 8., Evans, eash disburse. Ot m .nt.... ......... $ t, 88 UT. , ~dortgage Trust Co., commismio om payment of bodeo g..o.Jet ,s1809.. . 0. 0. A. Dw ai,; ~al lting city engineer, . .... ........ 18 0 Nina J,. h.owm, typewriting. 7 85 ........t..r.et... .. 149 00 ikfi L,'asined street woý e ........... .... 0 00 4 hw"'Poemi, 'betidlng street reihigs "............ 9 745 G. W. Stedradd, wago .n dk for etQeepqankler ........ .00 The nitIdHIin awP I M1 1Wnlu m'.ai ' 1 perwon uor ' a. U. ma n, 81 sfut' ewalk on the west north TWeatDyr venth street, be hand halhp e anes,, was re I. me obln of Spear, seconded ed showiug the .water 'main. now laid an tishe propesed +be laid -by the watel power omewary, :and abowing the ia . estreest aseamittee seported' 'o pe4tltk orf. , L. -' own, et al.,d for sidewalk on uailb Twenty-.alte etreel and on motema ef Saitniok, seconded 'I Benigpldf, 'al ipetition wee allowes and wal 'edsIed bilit' by May i, ,reo0 no bill etobe poesented for same ibetos that date. The petitime f iPolice Judge Maui for Increae to ilcaee rent was selearis to comimsltee ona officers, and snomew l ately returned with an unfateoabh report. Oa eblten it was laid on tle table. On maotdom sf Saltnick, seconded bgs Friwelle, the dlneor license bend I-e Swim 6 Brewew was approved and Vper misnion give d der doense iseae. The city marshal wasn instreted its notify owners of properly in the sewer district, whichb s unconnected with sewers, that eeas peals and privy 'naqita were nnisauces. This mneans that all property 'must be conneoted jout as soon as possilble. An ordilunee granting an electric street railway franchise to W. B. George was referred to the oommittee on ordinances. On motion of Spear, seconded by Priselle, the North Side distearit sewer resolution was adopted, all members voting in favor of same. Austin North presented a petition for a street railway frtanehie, the same being referred to the speolial committee, composed of Clement and Bennglloff, whibobh had the petition of W. B, George In charge, The petition follows: To the Honorable City Counoil of Bill. lags, Motsitnas The undsigned irepeotfully submit bse snnaled plt of a proposed elr0o tal--t allweay In y.or city I that to Sy, for i nlahle or doabe.en t i-- elia t..nter t a. metb wo w and rrmasla the 0o171 U X math aeo$* In: s te t pl eeigt .a to a ,iIae now s a . d a of nrooerd In Te olg. of the Mear eo da. fors relloweton n ,o and', o"ppoite te Pil Natimoal hianof Di0e theaes strip the ailstt .1 a!iM he O.ald ho3l, h"y Shet Gen Ital ehllshb. lth elee ss, toil, the Bdoct * d Mu 'a and bight bpa aE waool ware. reusess. the wap 1i Lgth see ta i mthsi a we alh the Meate It o a p arceus as"th to lth center line of north TwUoe street; thence montherly alon sb ter line of the north Twet street, passing the north side pt sobool houses, realdences, the . Cotta Inn, the 'publio library, lumnber~3aud and' wholesale houses, the churoh, the south' side pu and residents to South pa ter line of Sixth Avenue esaterly along the center Sixth Avenue south to the ee of south Twenty.seventb atteet; northerly along the center line of d l south Twenty-.eventb street, passing the Nurtbertq Pacific railway freight depot and wool warehonmes, city re I hall, wholesale bhasme and No'thernu Paoific railway passenger depasr the place of beginning. With a branch or I apur condeoting at the center line o north Twenty.seventh street and Sixth Avenue north and running thence east. erly along the center line of said Sixth I Avenue north to the center line of north Twenty.mecond street to North park, and the Yellowstone Fair aneoui. atio grounds. And on behalf of my. self and assoclates, ask that a franchime be granted for same and the proper ordi. I naunes adopted therefor, Austin North, The council thereupon took a recae to meet Wednesday nlght to make the annual tax levy. Annual Tax Levy. The city counoil met Wednesday night pursuant to adjournme and I pamsed the 'tax' levy r oltj ' Thl ih year's levy amounts to mls, which is % mills in excesl f last year's levy. she tax was distributed as fol. lkws: Fire, fund, 29, wtills; general fund, 9j millial bond interest and I sinking fund, I mills; street fund, N mill: swer fund, 1 mill. The lMst National ba .tittoned the counml to be to be uild a balcony front of t l.oee 'build. fin, and it was grant e. The liqueor ienuse bond of Jeff Brewer, to take the place of, the Swinl aB 1ewer bond, was acueItitg and a epamte toenme also Iscen to F'rank S1lm for use tl the old Racee. build. tap. lhiM. N J. Brow r lowed v$.0 , Sor wlbitenat type , ',: OnaroiH adjourned to ma eet Au 14, b*etn the north l8e sotvr i 1i, mwt 1i be sfinally pasted, A 41UDOG bI TRIdh . I .ae beobs of ihmlidmn Charged wel Abset rof omes. 'osse oft co itt lei Importanoe.e b nhg tried in Sbelda.m Wyo., this weel 1ibe one dan e Wherein Judlge W. beta, well kown In , Billings, resetl wresigned r the bench of tbe. Vota ,1uddoal dl4tiot -of. Wyoming. It attaaottil lwatest in the western state tand . il be n.e of the but legal di Ipasrl in the. latory of Wyoming. .Ieadge Meta.s held on the hbange c meing l, asI oloal position for persns aggeanlement. There wasn a qae be er,wsiator Ilareloe brought by eertal minor heMs, and it ii alleged, that th Iaedice was 'tlken by the beire, an' Judge Met, Iknowing that it would be took advit.re of it for hin persona Ibenefit. here are other obarges to 6 Ibrought I aainla blin at this time. STe friends of Mets belleve lit to be i poldtioa . oiatter. le resigned from bhl polt oPn em baoooat of the case. Tbe extreme uneolabmeut for the deed Ins die barn enq m ee the practicing 6f law ye of tde leading altotfeys of Wyoum ug will ~seiut him' in the defense. u(te e u.aeror of Deadwood attorney., t keher with Judges Mocre and ldMcGee of the Black Hall ciolrouit, are in at, teudance a witnuesses. AT TUN M. B. e ei Rev. JoIau0es Ople Bpply its Pulpit UmVti Mvr. tull's Return. There will be preaohiblg services at the Methodist church next 8unday, both morning and evening, by Rev. Jamesn Ople, who has been cent here to supply the pulpit until the appouinted pastor, Rev. 0. O. Stull, arrives from Manila. Rev. Opie In a young man. Last year he supplied the pulpit at Gib. by, Mont.., oming from the Canadian conference, having been a mlassioary fOr four years in the Newtoundland lands, He was ordained as the recent eonfroece in Liviungson and anyone wisblpg his services will And him at bthe Pronage, The *ther mevie will be as usuall abbath school at 16 an, and Ipworth .--gue at 7 p. n. ARNIORADO ASANDONID, Pumaps sad milrloarl all del Takes Oit of the seal MiI,. Pow I, I. hSeelee, yNorthen. Pa, ISa qo isecito, who was in the is, WqIeedIap sgl", i t was lda14n blht to i e op e eauin. a't near. kioi g a ton as asi e let, se peups bees Itepped ad i b n t wile the teel In he ai tos beis tahm s oe , hlobL amus thaI me aIne is to he SYla e s huas Ste aiubed dill. 11 M00 Nkl the with a diasmAnd li hbut no ocal was struck and as thb vein was not large enough or icd quality, to continue op. was thought best to supend u epondling any lnore 'en . was first commenced on mi ne a year ago last oh time it wes thought fgood prospects for a ~ oaal, something like S dedin machinery Smine, but ooneldera. prpbably be realiued " t e -.inery. It is to be regretted that affairs have taken scnb a turn at Carbonado, for since the Amalgamated Copper com. pany got control of the mine appear. anoes were decidedly in favor of its maknlu a big coal camp out of its prop. ty in casoe the coal veins' panned out good, This still leave Carbon county with three good coal camps, which are being developed to their fullest capeo. ity, and there will be,another when the Bear creek opens, NHOWN THIC IOT.YT. einator Rlbeuck Was .avorabhly Int pressed with Missoula, Senator Babcock, whose visit to Missoula was briefly mentioned in the Standard today, was shown the sights of the town by Harry B. OChaey, who was formerly a fellow townsInsu if the senator, says the Missoula correspond. nces, 'When the drive about the oily had been oonoinded, Senator Baboook, in oouversatiou with a Standard re. porter, ealJ4 "This is the first time that I have ever been in Misaoula, 'It is a beautiful city, and you seem to have plenty of businese, I have been over to look at the university, aend I am much pleased with the buildings and their surroundings. Your olty buildings, too, are handsome and give the oift a Sune appearance, '" In respones to an inquiry regarding the city of Billings, Senator Babook said: "We ar4 having the beat year that we,bave ever had. The business in June and July was the largest that the city has 4 s.n,, There ls a large amount of buildin going on with am, and the outlook for the tall is esleabt, Otar fll ta ir' ill be held earlier than usuasl;biyear, s. as not to interfere i Ietg of the national irri. gaSq;u a in Mipsoula. he late s9t dthe foct thots we hold the f.q atly this year will make our dia. play a little light, I fear, but this was the best arangqlement that we could ake., I think teat we will probably aend some of the display of the fair to Mlsso4la for eazbition dpring the meeting of the eo e." Senator Babooi returned to Billings an tunay night's train. 1WAXTO A WRMETLING MATCH. rChajrle Moth Would Like a Os with "I suhr" Hines, Charles Mothb,, wbo arrived in the ity yesterday, called at The Gssetnr eioe this mouting and stated that he wanted to make a wrutling matoh with "Hurky" BlHe, the ball player, for $880 a side, Moth says he wrestled Hines before the Spokane Athletlio aub last winter, eachb gettig oee fall, when Binse was taken soik and ould o not finish the matob. Moth also says be wrestled "The Turk" in Butte on July 4th last, the letter agreeing to throw him three times in 90 minuls. "The Turk" threw Moth once and theu fool. ed him, which ended the match, Hines is now switbcing in the N. P. yards in this city, but it ls said has a lame bask and may not be able to wrestle. Moth says bhe wrestles best oatah.asa.otob.oan, but will wrestle Graeoo.4oman or any other old way that mubts "Hunky." Linton Clothing Co. C.OTHING AND -ThNISHINGS Everything of the Latest and Nobbieat for Men's Wear. HMTS RND CRPs The Beat Selected Stook In all aitern Montana. The LUntop samewamwwwwlera THI LAURL Contract Awarded by tbh Oouu Oommisioners for Its Con struotion. BY A KANSAS CONCER For $9,980-Four Other Bid. FPi"4u Will Be Comp.ted by Jan. * residents of Laurel and P.a., ty and that meotion of the oonud3. can now rejoloe over the fact thb.: after waiting about four years, t .qfi, are so have a way to Oross the Yelliw. stone river, The people have bee. ',O patient, and their patience will be t*: warded by a gooq bridge, Tuesdayde i ;;, county oommisaloners visited LaWr' ,I and went down to. the ellowst river to deood. on a site. Thl r n ad to Billilua that eveaing and o. the bide fot the oonditeaotllh i .he bridge, whichb bad beep prevlouulf ,i!, vertised for, The oomnmionre bhate been eanstioum that a bridAe might t, conntei.,t,, but they w afe afrgadthit ., it could not be done tar @100 ..0 , amount they are allowed to eipend,4 r the statute without votingotn t.U .qaQ'' ,' tion, 'What was their qIum!ie o0p.I ,op log thb Rtla, thre beig pIn ,` to find that sone scame ýiti b the i' t it being .hat of the M'qt.1 . V It Bridge compan.y of Leaveenw tb, a q., for $9,90., T other ti , weq', hi h, bed as anoq10q , ohgo *Wý 8001 Pauet Sound Drfd. n pi0i '., Seattle, t10,6001 S. M,. Hewittdb , Minneapolis, $10,8001 Midlap~ B(rdge. Co., eanse City, 100,90 . The oommlmsionerr took no farther sO * tlon in the matter, adjourning unti:. Wednesday morning, when they met to deolde on the mite and awarded, the., bid. The site seleoted for the c~l tion of the bridge is at ad. ,place shout nlar , betweena ann Park City, on tbe seotlon'i' ran",!' ning porth and south, ' in eIohi.n.11, townlblp dsouth, range 1 4 east, The river at that point, whihob was thoughn to be thbe most onvpnsenet ones, is '0 .O seat wl4e. The bridge, goxOrd4j Ito" the pJan o and speoiticatio W ll b' ll three s*ane long of 100 feet each,'jth, approaches on each ide of '_.60' Mft.b There will b a 1A i4oo roarso The height of the t r . es,,,a , TIhe brdlge is guaranteed to !Uo i04 a live lodd of 1,000 pound pe r lin foot, It 'will be ereoted on t-a i6 er . of pillng with rookS11ed wooden cribr uurronading them, and will be qon. atruoeod under the dirept on ai apper' =vilop. of the' aounty' saveor, The ooraotors guarantee to ha 've the bridge' ready for un e lnide of Aive months from Aug, 10, when bhe con, tract was awarded, which will run it to Jan, 10, 1000. The county commislionens of Carbon _, oupty, who refuned to meet last spring r with the Tellowatone county comami.e liondet and discus the ereoution of thi bridge,' will be asked to erect (bo 'p. proahob to the bridge from their side-. on the south-and it lN more than,' likely that they will consent to do sot rince they are getting off so cheap,. There sidenta of this end of the countys:,' rejoice with those around Laourl in their good fortune in being 'ab1I, after so long a time, to get the bridg'i"I they have worked so hard for,