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4 VOL I. NO. 275. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1884. Price, 10 Cents Puhli«h«d every day except Sunday. WEIGHT & HENDRY, î Publishers. LIVINGSTON, XI. T.. APRIL 23. 1884. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, by in ail......................... §12 00 5 »ix Month«, by mail....................... ft 00 Three Month«, or mail.................... 3 00 TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: Bv Carrier, every evening.........1.25 per m onth. Single Copv..................................lOcta, For SOCepiee *r more...................5cts each. ADVERTISING RATES: For «Unding advertieeinents, rates will be given en application. Local notices for one insertion only, fifteen rents per line. For two or more insertions, ten rent« per lino each. 4 LLEN BROTHERS, REAL ESTATE DEALERS. Correspondence solicited. Office on main street. £ 1 BPERLKY & AYRAULT, REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE. RIVERSIDE ADDITION. Correspondence solicited. Office on Main Street. p J. CHAMBERLIN, REAL ESTATE AXI) INSURANCE. .—Agent fou Pauk axd Palace Addctoxs Your corrospoudence solicited. Office on Park Street opposite Depot. J^IEIIL A HENRY, real estate, insurance and law office orer Douglass k Weirick's Drug Store, on Park Street. Correspondence solicited. J a.shitu, — ATTORNKYAT LAW — Office on Main street, Hoard Trade room. D. ALTON, M. D., -SURGEON, N. P. R. R. Co. Office Main street, in Dodson building opp. P. O. D KS. CAMPBELL <fc PERRY, Phtsictaws axd Scroeoxs, Office oner Lawrence A Stuffs ane at Campbell & Merrill's drug store, Postoffice. DR W. U. A CAMPBELL. DR. D P. PERRY. Litixohtox, M. T. A. B. KNIGHT, C. W.MEAD, Mining Engineer. Lato Asst. Engr. N P R R XT'NIGHT & MEAD, UNTTFD STATES DEPUTY MINERAL SUR VEYORS AMD CIVIL ENGINEERS. ffr-Ocean Steamship Tickets and Foreign Drafts Office: Park Styoct, Opposite Passenger Depot LIVINGSTON - MONTANA Bank of Livingston. STEBBINS, MUND & CO., Livingston, - - Montants Transact* a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Exchange on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Interest Allowed ok TIME DEPOSITS. Collections made a specialty. Correspond ence solicited. ASSOCIATED BANKS. ebbins. Mund & Co , Miles City. Stebblns. Mund & C#., Billings. Stobbins, Conrad & Co., Buffalo, \>yo*g Merchants National Bank, Dead wood, D. 1. Stebbins, Muud & Fox, Central, D. 1. Stebbins, Fox & Co , Spoarlish, D. T. A. L. LOVE, Cashier. D. E. Fooahtt, Brest. D. H. Budloxg, Cash r. The Cooke Bank, COOKE, MONTANA. Transact a General Banking Business. Buy and sell exchange on nil i>arts of the world. Mining and general Convey ancing done with accuracy and dispatch. Legal Counsel Connected with Bank. Correspondents:—F irst National Bank, Livingston; First National Hank, St. Faul, First National Hank, Chicago; Importers and Traders, New' York. I OF LIVINGSTON, MONT. Authorise«! (Spital, Cash Capital, $*3Q,ooo ee 30,000 OO Eitaie Bouillit and Soli on all parts oi the World. Collections Made, And all Banking business promptly attended to. OFFICERS: Ä 0. Livingston, Pres. D. E. Fooartv, Caehier. CoKBEseoNDENT».-—Mercantile Nation* Ban* New York: National Bank of Illiaois, Chicago bunk of Minnesota, St. Paul. 00 00 00 ten O. R r. oi Tliis Space is Reserved. -FOR E. J. Chamberlin, Real Estate and Insurance. k. e> n JAS. ENNIS&C0. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL \J m H Butchers! TJ r\ ■ Game in Season, u [it ■ POULTRY, Voffotahlou I) nttor F it fro Ftp LI P M YBgBIaDIBS, BlUiBi, Mäb, £ilb. RANCHERS' ORDERS GIVEN m ri PROMPT ATTENTION. A Orders called for daily and delivered. (P'/ BOUGHT o . 1WÜ . .. ..... . . > /WOOL and HIDES.\ © © Brunswick Hotel ! M. C. MURPHY, Propr. Thdbnat the BRUNSWICK, opposite yiasseuger depot, Livingston, Montan» PEASE'S OLD STAND, Feed And Sale Stable. TOURISTS CARRIED TO ANY PLACE. The Cheapest and Best Equipped Livery Town. r. e p. op. is at to to on the lias anh tly, has for a has ful all tion rz in and are his at at at the slie tins she in till C THE LATEST HEWS. The bankruptcy bill has passed the sen ate. Rumors arc again afloat to the effect that the pope will presently seek an asylum in France. The Women's Silk Culture Association is now giving its second annual exhibition at Philadelphia. A hill has been introduced in the senate to appropriate $1,000,000 in aid of the New Orleans Cotton Exposition. Governor Ordway of Dakota, and his sou George, have both been indicted by the U. S. grand jury at Yankton. The Effingham, Ills, bank has closed and President VonGassj lias skipped, leaving a shortage of $30,000 in his uc counts. Dr. Harrington, convicted of conspiracy to defraud the American Legion of Honor was sentenced to two years in the state prison. W. II. Winans, ex-city treasurer of Newark, N. J., was fined $500 for negli gently al'owing a false entry to lie made on his books during his term of office. A. J. Reynolds, secretary of the so called People's Railway company of San Francisco, was publicly horsewhipped by the president of the company for fraudu lent work in managing the business. It is said that the anti-monopoly party lias arranged with the greenbackers so that both will nominate B. F. Butler for president and Congressman Reagan of Texas, for vice-president. Two thousand Egyptian men, women anh children who were evacuating Silen tly, were attacked by Arabs and mas sacred, after they had thrown away their weapons in token that they would not fight. Frank DeWalt, president of the First National bank of Lead ville, which failed, has been arrested at Canton, Ohio, on the charge of embezzlement and fleeing from justice. A reward of $5,000 was offered for his capture. The La France says: XL De Brozza, a French explorer of the Congo country, has signed a treaty with the most power ful sovereign in Africa which has placed all his states in Congo under the protec tion of France. It is cejiorted that Prince Victor, of Wales, on attaining his majority, which oc curs at the beginning of next year, will lie rz ised to the peerage, with the title of Duke of Dublin and will thence reside in England. The reports of an Apache outbreak in Mexico, led by Juh and Gerinigo, in whicli the inhahiitants of San Xtiguel and the members of a pack train are al ledged to have been murdered and scalped, are undoubtedly false. General Badeau has arrived in New York. When asked as to the causes of his resignation of the counsul generalship at Havana, Badeau replied that he was rot at liberty to say anything on the subject at present. More .Shoplifting. An epidemic of jietit larceny seems to have centred at Campbell & Merrill's drug store. Yesterday afternoon Ida Seveir, a colored memlier of the demi monde, stopped in the store on hvr way to the train, to look at sonic ]>erfumery, and when she left two bottles went with her, contrary to the consent of the firm. XIr. Merrill notified officer Wimett, who fol lowed the dusky belle to the depot and ar rested her, just as she was comfortably seated in the train hound for Bozeman. She was greatly '•flustrated," offered to settle the bill on liberal teims. asserted slie had taken the jierfuinery merely as a joke and begged not to lie delayed so that tins train would leave fier and deprive Bozeman society of her presence. But she was mercilessly taken before Judge Seward, ami though she pleaded guilty, in a state of great excitement, was delayed till the train hft The fine, costs and price of the perfumery footed up to $0.40, which Ida paid. The county commissioners of Lewis and Clarke have closed a contract with C- J. Pauly k Co., of St. Louis, for ftcel cells to the value of $13.800. • of out at out of the but the in a of the and out the a of "I of to P. He MONTANA NEWS. • A man was arrested at Glendive last week in the act of abducting a horse. Cole's circus will be in Montana next June. It will come from the west. On the 2nd of June $12.000 in bonds of the city of Helena will be sold at auction. A handsome metallic baptismal font has been presented to the Helena Catholic church by Bishop Brondel. John A. Spencer of Virginia City, has made an assignment to Jacob C. Nelson for the benefit of all creditors. On Friday of last week, Wm. It. Homer of Silver Star, Madison county, committed suicide by taking lauda num. He had become despondent be cause of straightened circumstances. The first instalment of treasury war rants to Montana business men as re bate upon their tobacco tax was sent out in Sunday's mail by United States internal revenue collector T. P. Fuller. T. XV. Thompson, under indictment at Benton for forgery, attempted to escape last Friday and in fact did get out «1 jail and out of town before his escape was discovered. Hé was soon recaptured and returned to jail. Glendive Times: It is a matter of record and significance that the Yellowstone river broke just3L days in advance of the Missouri at Bismarck. The latitude is the same but the climate is much diffeneut. William Dearcey has presented to the Montana Historical society his badge or insignia worn at Virginia City in 1865, as the first town marshal in Montana. It is a silver plate with a gold shield and inscription, and cost $65. . C. B. Lamborn, land commissioner of the Northern Pacific, gives official notice that the compn.iy repudiates the contract entered into by Ed. Stone with the Belknap Townsite company, and warns those who buy lots tilgt they do so at their own risk. Men from the new mines state that times are now very dull in Eagle City. The depression clime last week with out any particular cause excepting a sudden loss of faith in the camp—and the "bottom dropped out" iu les* than a half day. This- is from the Xliner: We re ceived a letter from Mr. J. J. Feely, of Divide, yesterday iu which he says; "I have a calf fourteen months and twenty days old that had a fine calf on the 14th hist. Both are doing well." Can any of the **cow countries" beat this record? Madisonian: Harrison, In this county, claims to he the first school district in XIontana to elect a board of trustees composed exclusively of la dies. At the district school election there, on the 5th inst.. the old board resigned in a body, and the vacancies thus created were filled by the election of three ladies. Coeur d'Alene Items. Side tracks and a freight warehouse arc being, put in by the railroad at Thomp son's Falls. T. T. Richards, killed at Murray ville by Walter XIcDonald, was the first man killed in the mines. On the 12th inst., two men attempting to navigate the stream, were upset and drowned, eight miles below Eagle City. At Belknap a railroad employe on a spree, ran the town, until he insulted a quiet looking man, who promptly drew a knife and inflicted an ugly gash across the face of the railroad man. All the effects of a squatter on the N. P. right of way at Thompson's Falls were seized and sold at auction to satisfy the railroad's claim for damages accruing from the trespass. A party of men went into a French man's cabin half a mile from Eagle City, held him up, and demanded his money. He denied having any, whereupon they seized and tortured him till he revealed $300 in coin, which the robbers took and then fled.