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THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ax, 1891 COWSAND CUSTER TAXES ThreeDepity Sheriff* Ilo In Bit-^log 1 High Old Tile of il THERE'S TROUBLE AHEAD ParkCounty Cattleman Who Arm^Between Two Firee and^Are Frizz injr Hot^These Dave- Bin-ci.iito the standard. Livi.nomon,^epi. JO.^County Commli-^siouir J^r.ti-^. who i^ one of tbo largest^cattle ovoan iu Park comity, is in the^city to-day and reports that affaire are^assuming a rerjr serious aspect on tbe^Crow restoration over the attempt of^Custer county officials to setae cattle (or^taxes. Fromwhat information could be ob^^tained it appears that a few days ago^throo deputiea from Custer county came^into tbe reservation in search of cattle^and meeting Arnaworth's fort-nun told^turn that they had enmr* to eeiao cattle be^^longing to Briggs and Ellin, McCormtck,^Anderaon and Arnswortu. The foreman^told tbc-m that Anderaon had hia beef^cattle rounded up a few miles from^there, but before the officials got to^where the cattle hud been held they bad^been driven to the railroad and loaded on^tbe care. Thedeputies tbeu started for the Rose^^bud, where moat of tbe cattle range, with^tbe intention of rounding them up. Yes^^terday morning air. Anderson rode over^from Bed Lodge to tbe Raeebud aud^f mild that they had rounded up about^2.000 cowa and calves belonging to him.^From all appearances the cattle had been^roughly handled, as they were in bad^cmUition, aud Mr. Anderson requested^them not to run his cattle, but tako out a^autlicient number to cover the taxes and^leave the remainder alone. The deputiea^informed him that they bad como to^seise all of them, and told him not to in-^tericre or attempt to round any of them^up himself. Goingover to their wagons to talk the^matter ovor, he found that they had^posted a notice on the wagon to tbe^tSect that they had seised the cattle and^would aell them at public auction on^Tuosduy next to aatisfy the lax claim of^Custer county. Mr. Anderson took the^train for Livingston, and left instruc^^tions with his uttorney here to commence^suit ngainat Cuater county for S-'O.UOU^damages. Last night ho left for Billings^to try aud procure tbe issuance of a war^^rant for tbe arrest of the three deputies. Tbeother cattlemen anticipate that tbe^same course will be pursued in regard to^their cattle, and as their stock is now in^line condition they are anxious to have^something done to prevent them being^run all over the reservation by Custer^county's three deputiea. Ameeting of tbe Mill Creek and Era!^grant Mining and Milling company waa^h^ld ^jt the office of Hoopes ^ Eaton Sat^urday eveping. Among other business^transacted it was voted to begin opera^tiona at once upon four of the claims^owned by the company and situated on^Mill creek, in Emigrant gulch. A force of^men will be put to work at once. LordArthur Pullen and a party of no bilityfrom England will arrive to-morrow^and will outfit hare for a tour of the nark^and a bunt In Northern Wyoming. Georie^Rssss of Horr will act aa guide for toe^party. JamesE. Mlntie of tbe Northern Pacific^freight depot baa bean appointed deputy^treasurer of Park county. Sixty-sixcar loada of bullion Dave bean^shipped from the Cumberland mine of^Castle since the smelter was put in opera^^tion last June. Mrs.H. C. Lie died in this city Thurs^^day of dropsy. The body was taken to^Madison, Dakota, for interment. Anotherchange has been medo In the^management of thn Al'ieraarlo hotel.^Tbit time W. M. Niblock of Mew York^assumes the management in place of T.^F. Sturtcvant, resigned. Mr. Niblock^formerly oonducted a hotel in the East,^and was manager of the hotel in the^park laat season. He was also a resident^of this coumy several years ago, and baa^an t-xtensiva acquaintance in Montana. HarrySmith tor the past ^0 years jour^^nal clerk of the house of representatives,^returned Friday night from tbo park.^Through the tffnrta of \V. T. Davis a^reception was tendered him at the rooms^of the Livingston club. Of course the^Cooke City rsilroad bill formed one of^i be main topics of discussion, and Mr^Smiih expn-ascd himself ss willing to use^his influence to secure railroad trans^^portation for that camp at the coming^session of congress. ThompsonBros, bavo purchased from^tbe National Park bank, as mortgagee,^tbe balance of the stock of goods for^^merly owned by the Siabbins Mercantile^company. The gooda are now being re^^moved lo the store of Thompson Bros,^on Main andCalendar streets. This winds^up the affairs of the Carver Mercantile^company, which was tbe oldest in tbe^town. Tbe store has always enjoyed an^immense trade, and carried one of tlio^fluent stocks in the state, but has several^times been in the hands of a receiver.^An agent of the Missoula Mercantile com^^pany was in tbe city laat week looking at^the building formerly occupied by the^company, and it is probable that that^company may deeid - to open a branch^house here. If not tbe Carver Mercan^^tile company building will be converted^into three store rooms, aud the upstairs^into offices. TheLivingston Eloctric Light ^ Water^^works company is preparing to increase^their plant. The additions will be put in^witbin the next GO days, and will include^an incandescent dynamo with a capacity^of 135 lights, a 35-arc dynamo, and a new^250 home-power engine This will almost^double the capacity of the plant, which^now has a 250 horse-power engine, a 20-^arc dynamo and an incandescent dynamo^with a capacity of 700 lights. MissElla Krieger will leave Sunday for^St. Joseph, Mo., where she will attend^school. Mrs.B. C. Rogers and daughter started^Monday to visit relatives in Michigan. Mr.and Mrs. A. L. Love of the N ational^park were visitors in the city the llrst of^tbe week. TheMisses Liwellin and two brothers,^who have been attending school in Phila^^delphia, returned Saturday. FredHathorn will leavo in a few day*^for Ann Arbor, Mich., where be will tako^a two years' course in tbe law depart'^ment of tbe university. CaptainSweet and family of Fort Cus^^ter returned Monday evening from a tour ofWonderland. The captain returned lo^the fort while his family will spend a few^days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W.. F.^Sbeard or this city. Mrs.W. S. Dixon returned Wednesday^from a aix weeks' visit with friends on^tbe Pacific coast. F.L. Beneps of B i-raan was a visitor^in Livingston this week. U.P. Dabney returned Monday from a^trip to the west coast. He will depart in^a few days with bis family for Salem,^Oregon, where ha expects to spend the^winter. Hon.Alfred Myers returned Saturday^from a trip to the temporary capital. CountyClerk Deutacb spent a few days^at Hunter hot springs this week. C.H. Savage, Northern Pacific baggage^master at tins npint, has secured a thirty^days' leave of absence and accompanied^by bis wife will depart Sunday evening^to visit hi* mother in Columbus, Ohio. BarnardBrown of Heleua was a visitor^in the city Saturday. Mrs. Lloyd, who has been visiting with^the family of William Mallahun, departed^Monday for her home in Iowa. EdwardHibbard of Bt a^man was visit^^ing J. A. Bailey this week. IsaacOrschell and Frank Merrill vis^^ited Castle this week. Asocial bop will bj given at Kowlie's^hall Monday ironing. ThomasSa-iudleburst departed Satur^^day for Wadena, Minn. PaulMcCormtck of Junction was shak^^ing hands with his Livingston friends Sat^^urday. Asocial was given at the Congress-^tional church Wednesday evening. Re^^freshments were served to a large number^of persons. MissEvelyn Jacobs, formerly a teacher^in tbe public school at Big Timber, was^married Wednesday at McGregor, Iowa,^to W. A. Tucker of West Superior, Wis. Alatila lusimiiu Bensa.^The present demand for cigars in Ana^^conda if supplied by home industry^would cause the employment of at least^25 cigartnakers. While this is not so^great a matter as the employment of^many men by the smelters, yet it is^worthy of consideration. D. Tiktjkn. WM. I.. IIOOR. President. JlAlttls 1ialv. Vire-Pres't, tt,Jo. lltoK-MO-N. Cashier. FirstNational Bank -OF- ANACONDA.MONT. CAPITAL, $1 OO.OOO Buyand sell Domestic and Forelro Kxrhangs^and transact a peneral hanking business.^Vol lections promptly attended to. ti.^change drawn on London. Kdlnburg,^tiiasgow. Dublin, Belfast, Farts,^Hamburg, Berlin and all toe^leading cnacs of feuropa ooautxaroxDBisTSi AmericanKxehanae National Bonk. ..New York UmahaNational Bank..Omaha Wells.Fargo A Cobaa Frani-isso Itab National Bank0| Hope.Brownies A Co,. Merchants'National 1^Larablsliroa ^Co. sarcrruetiienisusxasr i'iw A^iu ^jm tent fit^virtl taen rasrrrvm; nuul relet on -rmtmeu^i^ fsMkj ptnod*. A t ^xli^s nasiaeiu ^SBspsSJ^;or lc*^ than rtntt. MISCELLANEOUS. 'rilK MI^r^ KAtFKKlVa^1 Im anting house: bom^Fark aud Montana streets llrstclass^home cooking, torner l/oItBKNT-A 2' room house, nesrlr lur-^s nislis.I, near rilver Bow null. Inquire of^Jos Me I'at Hand. FORSALE. IMBMUt Itest i-uslness locution hi (Iran-^He, slso dwellln.' house and furniture.^Aittlr^^^^, liok l.'si oranltc, atoniaiia. -'17 L'OUHALE Hihkp and furnlturs suitable^r for a r rival e bonidinif bouse, neat 11-^M-tail e mill. Apply lo J D. I'e.Uul, I'll.Hps-^l^urir, Mont WM.JESSOPSONS (uarrxD). SHEFFIELD,ENGLAND. aTAjnjfACTVASES 01 BESTCAST STEEL FORTOOLS, ROCK DRILLS, ETC., WAHBHOllSn, 714N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO., EZRAH. LINLEY, Agent. tOllSO YKAK* Dk MM. hall's.balsam fobTin: i.i Not.^lift, been a ncver-faiHn^ fannlv remedy for^(on.Hit, tol.ua, 0OXBCMFT1UX, * LA^tiUil'I'R,^ KOBE TllliOAl. HOABkKXKIOJ,^FXKUMOXIa, CATAKKII, imuin/.a,^.Mill. AM^ CHBOMC ItKONCHITU,^asthma, WHOOI'IM! fOl'lill. CllOll'.^I'l.U KIsV. i AIN IN TIIK blDK AND^UKIASl, briTlINU OF 1II.OOD, und^all diseases of lito Throat,Chest and Langs^Lesdingto consumption Ir. VYM. MM LS BALAAM rotuuns no^ei'iiim, nierphiii^, nor any deleteilous itnnr. It^soothes itna heals the a.esnbrane of the l.ungs,^inflamed and | oisoned by disease, and prevents^1.1,1 sweul. and tightness aciots tie- cheat. 11^f-Vl.ssant to the taste. He sure and a-k for Dr.^WM. It ALL S !lAi.t^AM. uml Like no oilier. Titan*HmB liy^11 A D'ACHFXL Bittb Citv, Moxtaxa.^1'r.ce 25c., Sue, si.00.^DR. WM. HALL tO., NEW YORK. Helena ....Dear Lodgs Is(ilrertcd to the Wisconsin Central l.lnea asihe u,net route to ami Irom Milwaukee.^( likajto and all point* East and South Two^IBSDagk last trains with Pullman Ve^liln |.-|^lirasviu; lloom Ksrspers aud the Centrals fa^ii,mis I'lulnr Cars allaclMd each wav daily, b^-^osr. n Minneapolis and M. 1'auiand Milaaukee^sal I lucaKo. WARMSPRINGS STALMANN^ LEWIS, raorairrous. FRESH DELIVEREDEVERY DAY^IN THE WEEK. JOHNSC0Y1LLE, Manager,^HEALTH IS WEALTH! 1)k.F. C. Wrist's Nrnvs- andHraixThrat- stkm, a ruarnnteeu sj-erine for Hysteria, I'uul-^Bess, vonvulsions. Fits. Nervous Neuralirla,^lieaoaehe. Nervous l-st^tratioii eauseil by the^use of aleohel or tobacco, Wakefulio-vs, MentAl^Deiiressiou. bnitemug of the Ih ain resulting in^Insanity and leadmi: lo misery, decay and death,^rremaitire old ace, Harreune.s. I^s^ of i'oirer^in either se\. Involuiitait u^set and sBaetaat.^erilioea caused by ever everiiou of the brain,^rrlbabiive or over indidseiu-e. Kach box con^^tains one month s treatment, fl.tsi a bat, or^sit loves lor ^:.uu, sent by mall Kf sBwa oh re-^teii* of price. WEt.l VHANTI'.K RIX noxei^lcctireauy case, tt'ith each order receive4 by^lister siv boics, aceompaiileil with m.oi, wa^will send tlie i uu hast i our wraten gtiaranie,,^to letuuil thn money if tie- treaiuieni uoes not^ifliv-i a tine, itiiaiautees nsued only by THESMITH DRUG COMPANY. soi-x AOKNTe MAINfeTKEEl,A-N At O.Mia, MOM sampramenko DKALBJIUI FreshCame, Oysters ANDFISH, Liquors,CI ran. Candles, Nuts, Fruits^A-uiu-r ai-d i resu jjgg CountryProduce a Specialty. aast^unbt.. Anaconda. Moat, NORTHERNPACIFIC BttweenMissoula, Garrison, Helena,^Mutts Cuy, Boatman, Livlnga^^tor, Billinsjs, Miles Citr^and Glendive aad^all Pomtt ERST AND WEST. Tlktr is colli in/ DPtter Uiaa Um^it*rvtc0 on THEDINING CAR LINE ThroughFullman !il-^t Cars apd Furnish*!^lourist sleepers D^Uy Between Fouus la MONTANA*^ THE EAST. 1.0llles Ibe Sbortest LlO) t)^ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO. racierC oast trains pass n^ Mga Minn*^seta. North lbslcota. M m.ant. 'bl.iiio, Oreg^n^am Wash,an,^!, carry ccm:-b-:a ec| spmeu: at^I'ullman l^ainee Hlari-lng Cars, Fir^t ami *ec-^end Class t'oaehes. rut ms-i lourlst ana Free^lolcnist blseiers. and l-.ie.-an: D.wu cart. THROUGHTICKGTS Aresold at all coupon efT.ces nf tbe Northern^Isiltlr iaiiio.ul to taunts North. East, aouUI^and V) est in in- L n.t ed bUites aad I an.ma. timebciiKmn.e- ARittvr.at strri No.teT- reteu an e xpress.^ ne p. m. N-vlev^l'on^ evj-ressSitap. m. No., Atlantic ma:'s ^p. m Ko.-.- From the west10 .V. }^. ru. alusuuiaaisdlleie-ia evt^r^-ss... i-' s-j y. ia. MMOTutoM i.i 11 st. No.i ^raelTic mail No.s 1'ae he Ma.:. throiiKli,train... No.*^ Atlantic mad No.lot^lto/em.in express Ns I IS Issif si ss i as M -fin i and Helena express. Ho/etnancvtiri-ss arnves^Nerihern l'aeifie depot. N^^s.^east Uuind. aruve at and leave from M^^nlana^tnion .lets*. Nea^ 1 and 4carry local in in Forllates. Maiia, lime 'iaide* or eiHsctal l*w^fenna-lou apply u^ any a, ^-i.t. NonUern Facuti^lauioad. cnAKI.KStS. FF.K.^Fasscncer aua 1 ieket a.en-,^M. i-auu Mma.^WM li oif'i. UsMfffsJAretlt,^tiEsst IiroartwAi. itutie, Mont. .' I ^. v m. .I US a m.^. S:IT a in.^. in isi p. in.^. :.u\ m.^: si a m.^and le.iv.-h :ront^3 ail'I i. west ant G KF.ATNORTHERN R'Y LINE Montanacentral Kallway. Ores:.Northern Railway.^Eastern Halts,ay of Minnesota.^M illmar a Hioux Fails Kalrwa]^DuluiU, \^ aleriowu a. 1'aciac luulwar. AGreat Through System Hieenlv line riuinlnita macnineenlly eonlpBnl^train cs^ni|siseil of KsMDsri. iHnsai Car, f^ajf^Coaches ami tree Colouists' M^-si.-r from UutM^tvbt. I'aul and MuiueauuUs wllboul cuauga tenuecUonslor Chicago an! ALLEASTERM POINTS Madein t'nloo Depot a: terminals. Untilfurther notice uuui win depart trass,^Butte as louows: No.4, Atlantic Fvpress, T .n a m. for Helena,^Ureati alls. as. i'aul, MuiucapjU* aui Eastera^^alggei No.L Helena Kxpresv f to p. ei.^For ItilornusUuii aa to si.-epin ; car issi i Ullisj,^tkstets and tune La ores apply us h.II. LANUI.KY.J. K. DAWSON, Ceu.IkL Agl. M. U Ky. ^.^^ i Art-'iit, Rtitta.^Helena.i F. 1. WHITNEY. ,Uen.I'asa and 1 au Agt^^1 S.L.W. l.y.,3UfimL HN0THERRECORD BROKEN. OUREHRLY HHSBROUGHT US ARegiment JKeJ^lorrvirvg Jrairv FOR IDHH0 Enablingus to reach every part of^that state on the day of publication^has added another, HNDTHE N6URHILR0HD Tothe Coop f Abes ^ K THIRD ^ I T LE^H^D S TH^E mn LL THESTANDARD'S CIRCULATION, Marvelousas has been its growth, never before^made such a jump as in the past thirty days.^The intense interest of the public in ThePenrose Murder Gase ar\d ^^^sssss^s^s^ IrvGvjrrervt politics hascaused an army of new subscribers to FLOGKTO THE STANDARD whichprints the most complete reports of these^trials. Merchants,Note our sales on the streets, on^the trains, at the news stands. Comparewith the sales of any other paper^in Montana and you will come to the conclusion^that if you wish TO REACH THE MASSES^you must ADVERTISE IN THE STANDARD.