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4 A / A jjr.jf.js"' VOL. 2. NO. 71. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 26, 1884. Price, 1 0 Cents ^ataa wrt fëftî I)a% tihvtrqrclsf. PuMmhed every day except Sunday. WHIG ET & HOLEY, : Publishers LIVINGSTON, IM T.. AUGUST 26, 1884 TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (W V»*:iT. »IV mail......................... §12 oo >i- Months. l\v mail....................... (> f)0 Thr.-o Months, l.y mail................... 3 00 TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: f!v Carrier. every evening.........1.25 per month. ■"ingle Copy ..................................lOc-ts, »•nr 2h Copies ov more... ...............5cts each W> VERT! SING RATES: i 'ov C and in g advertisements, rates will he given on applivat ion. l.m-al notices for «ne insertion <»nlv, fifteen .int- per line. For two or more insertions, ten cents per line each. ^ tlil'EIM.KY et AY'It AT LT, REAL ESTATE, EIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE. li I V K it SIDE ADDITION. Corro'i'oniJeuce solicited. OlEceon Main Street. v; CliAMBERUN, li. I' E A L ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Ai;evt Fon Pauk an» Palace Auditons -- our correspondence solicited, Cilice ou Park Street opposite Depot. / 1 MORDE HALDORX, ATTORNEY AT LAW. LIVINGSTON, - - MONTANA It. " A LTON, M . J )., - -SURGE ON, N. P. R. it. Co. ( »flic** M air: street. . in l)oi.ls< >n building opp. P. O. D. " PERRY', PHYSIC AN AN!1 ►SURGEON. LIYI > a;sToN t - MONTANA. v or. loos atP. O. drug store. n. : SCOTT, 1». D. S., m.'VTi ST Billing - _ _ Montana. Pills t <ViH With Gold «nul I Plastic fillings. Mount s Artiiiei; i ! tooth o: i Buhl or and Celluloid end on t in roots ( •? tho n, afural froth: Solicits difficult CASUS PIK ! -mu-ant cos satisfaction or no Auans' fin-tirs ü idmire.-te rod. Otiiee adjoining '!'. K. M, allot.' V o.V- meat market. I . ,»i. * . E.. U. S. Deputy Mineral Sur. ,1 x. Sium>i., a.-jcMvcli. andMining Eng.,England i V'-KITIENS À SIlOOMBItED, IO : NKKIIS an» SCUVEVOR8. survey-mu-d in all the mining camps of the Upper V dj< wet*.me valley, (Min.ng district No. g.i AM business promptly attended to. Surveys und proving patents for claims a specialty. COOKE - - .MONTANA. j/ M. TOWER, dr STICK OF TIIK PEACE. ('oiledions and securing of Pensions, Mining Deeds. Application Notices for entering either and or mineral claims. Montana. Mivinr-Cm irmmmmr*. CJMt f 3WWWPPTS a mi —* Bank of Livingston STEBB1NS, MUND & CO., ivingston, Montan« Transacts a . ! !•: N ER A L BA X KI N G BU SINESS. Exchange on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Interest Allowed on TIME DEPOSITS. rolled inns made a specialty. Correspond ence solicited. associated banks. St Thins. Mm d A Co , Miles City. Stelddne. Mund A Co.. Billings. st. Lhiim. Conrad & Co., Buffalo, Wyo g Merchants National Bank, Deadwood, D. T. Steht ms. Mund & Fox, Central. D. T. Stehhins, Fox A Co , Spearfish, D.T. A. L. LOVE Cashier. First national Bata OF LIVINGSTON, MONT. Authorized Capital, Cash Capital, $250,000 00 50.000 00 Eictap BciM anti Soli on all parts ot tlie World. Interest paid time deposits. Collections Made, And all Banking business promptly attended to. OFFICERS: C. A Moore, Pres. D. K. Fooarty, Cash. ConiEsroN dents. —Mercantile Nationa Ban a New York: National Bank of Illinois, Chieago l»mk ol.Minnesota, St. Paul. E. J. Chamberlin, Real Estate and Insurance. Agent Park, Palace, and Minnesota Additions—AllWitliin ten minutes walk from Business. X£i 3 D.an.osota -ü.d.dltion., Lying on die broad space of level ground adjoining the original townsite on the east, lias just been platted and lots are now in the market at prices ranging from $525 to $ 100 , Convenient to Business and the Railroad Shops. Building has already commenced. A Liberal Reduction to Parties Improving Property. n taré Know lal Residences for sales or rent. Business lots in all parts of the town. Ranches, im proved and unimproved, ranging from $1,000 to $6,000, on easy terms. Two ranches suitable for stock business on a large scale. Plats of Gallatin county, east of the range. Entries made under the homestead,pre-emption,and desert land law. Xaa.s'CLxaja.ce ! Six of the oldest and strongest companies doing business, which personal acquaint ance and experien ?e enables me to endorse. Good policy forms that insure prompt payment on honest losses. Office on Park St., Livingston. 4L la Is J AS. ENNIS & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL tchers! Game in Season, POULTRY, itaWes, Butter, Eggs, Etc. RANCHERS' ORDERS -GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. Orders called for daily and delivered. BOUGHT : > /WOOL and HIDES Brunswick Hotel ! M. C. MURPHY, Propr. This elegantly appointed and carefully managed hotel is now ready lor the reception o guests Travelers eking neat and comfortable rooms and a well supplied table will find them at the BRUNSWICK, opposite passenger depot, Livingston, Montane ? ■ u be*, PEASE'S OLD STANJ, Feed And Sale Stable. >■**< TOURISTS carried to any place. Tfie Cheapest find Best Equipped Livery in Tourn. V. E. SNYDER, Prop. MONTANA NEWS. District court opened at Virginia City to-day. Several Colorado men have lately visited the Yogo district and have ta ken away about 100 pounds of ore for a smelter test. The Sage creek company of Cho tean county will buy 4,000 sheep in Idaho to drive to their ranch. The drive is 500 miles and will occupy seven weeks. It is said by the Husbandman that a herd of 11.000 head near Fort Mc Kinney has been contracted for ship ment by the Northern Pacific at $112 per car to Chicago. The following startling announce ment appears in glaring head lines in the Murray (Coeur d'Alene) Sun: "Hurrah for the Widow; fifty more men to be put on her next and follow ing week." Well, yes, we should say hurrah. The Fifth Infantry in spite of Par teilos retirement, holds down the rifle championship of the department of Dakota. At the Fort Snelhng con test on Friday last, Second Lieutenant W. H. Sage, Fifth Infantry, took three out of five prizes, the war de partment gold and silver meials and department commander's gold badge. Journal: Dave Hunter, of the Running Water Land and Cattle com-, pany, returned yesterday from a trip to their Nebraska ranges. He found but little Texas fever on his travels and believes it is dying out. He does not think that over 300 head have died from it in the whole country. He said that among the outfits that are coming up to this district are those of Maylupy, 5.00U head, and Day, 3.000 head of cattle, all going up on the Red Water. Madisonian: that a party It is reported here of prospectors from Bozeman, while looking for quartz on the head of Meadow creek, came across a prospect hole which had evi dently been sunk many years ago, and covered up. The tools which were found in the hole were eaten up by rust, showing that they had been | there for a long time. Exploring the i prospect they found a very rich vein of quartz, and it is understood they have returned to Bozeman to procure tools and material .for its immediate development. Governor Hale in the Nalio ual Park. Governor Hale, ot Wyoming, re mains very ill at Mammoth Hot Springs, the guest of Major Conger, superintendent of the Park. He has taken several hot sulphur baths, and is greatly weakened by their effect, though his disease yeilds somewhat to the treatment. He will remain there several weeks. He has conclud ed to order the construction of a jail at Mammoth Hot Springs and will ap point judicial and ministerial oflicers to enforce the laws of Wyoming m the Park and punish offendeis. This is a prospect that will be hailed with pleasure by all who desire to tee the Park remain orderly, and that it be protected from vandals, poachers and depredators ol all kinds. NATIONAL pauk hotel arrivals. Mammoth Hot Springs. Aug. 33,1884. Thomas Walton, Scarborough, Eng ; L. J. Fish, wife and child, Martinez, Cab; H. G. Chase, U. S. G. Survey; Mrs. Geo. Ilaldorn, Miss Colter, Brownlow T. Gray, Livingston; Mrs. and Miss Butterfield and maid. New York; A. L. Love and wife, Livings ton; Miss Ida Garoutte, Iowa; Miss L. Pease, Miss Robinson, Livingston; R. Monarch and wife, Owensboro, Ky.; Mrs. John Coburn, Miss Minnie Wallace Indianapolis: Miss Julia Cannon, Janesville, Wisconsin; F. T. Bradley, New Haven. Conn.; Miss Lenny, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Mrs. E. S. Elder. Indianapolis; Mrs. H. M. Fish, Mrs. S. Hurst, Miss Barbara Kern, Mil top, Ind.; L. M. Campbell and wife, Miss Cora Camp bell, Danville, Ind.; Mrs. Thompson and child, Endenburg, Ind.; Hon. G. A. PiUsbury, Minneapolis; W. N. Mann, California; Geo. W. Smith. Ne A' York; Jas. W. McMaken, Elli eutt ville, N. Y. They will be issued a few days before the fair and will be good to return a The Catholic Church. Since coming to Livingston Rev. Father Halton has been making vig orous efforts to raise funds ti/vvarrant the immediate continuance of work on the Catholic church building, the foundation of which was laid some time ago. So successful has he been that on Monday next he hopes to he able to let the contract and have the woik immediately begin. The build ing is to be of brick ancl stone, but it is not probable that it will be completed according to the original plans this autumn. Father Ilalton's circuit also in cludes Billings, and at that town ho will hold services on alternate Sun days beginning after next week. There, too. he hopes to be able to se cure the erection of a church building very soon. As the largest Catholic congregation is here he will make iiis headquarters at Livingston, and the erection of a residence in con nectiou with the church building will be pro ceeded with as soon as possible. Free Lecture. To-morrow evening Miss Ella C. Rodgers will deliver a free temper ance lecture under the auspices of the Women's Christian Temperance Un ion, in the Methodist Church, Liv ingston. Miss Rodgers has the name of being a very able speaker on her chosen subject, and will doubtless speak to a crowded audience. Kxeursion Kates. On Saturday evening next, (the 30th), a grand ball will be given at the National Hotel, Mammoth Hot Springs. To those who wish to at tend tickets will be sold on the Nor thern Pacific at one fare for the round trip, good to return on Monday follow ing. Special rates will also be given on the stage line from Cinnabar and at the National Hotel. For the Fair at Helena, which be gins on September 8th and closes on the 13th, tickets will be sold at one and one-fifth of single fare or CO per cent. of the regular fare for the round trip. Tickets from Livingston to Helena and return will cost $11.05. few davs after its close. The Glendive Townsite. The celebrated Glendive townsite contest which lias been before the Miles City land office at intervals for some time, and was hearci at great length last spring, has reached a de cision. The contest involved a great part of the residence portion of Glen dive, and was made by Gen. Merrill, the townsite proprietor, claiming un der Sioux half-breed script, and eight other claimants, some of whom con flicted with Merrill and a few did not. The Merrill party, by the decision of of the district land office, are awarded 132.50 acres, E. T. Winston, of Bis marck. 10.77 acres, and Themas Kean 80 acres. Alien and Brown, the prin cipal contestants were defeated. The Oregon Short Pine. The Union Pacific line in Oregon is now completed to Huntington, Oregon, a distance of 540 miles from Granger, Wyoming, the point of divergence. From the west the Oregon railway and Navigation company have their track laid within 77 mile3 of Huntington and promise to have all the grading done during September. The distance from Portland to Huntington is 410 miles, fio.n Portland to Granger, Wyoming, 950 miles, from Portland to Omaha, 1,827 miles, and from Portland to Chicago, 2,310 miles, very nearly the same as by St. Paul and the Northern Pacific. Four years ago John C. Calhoun, a grandnephew of the famous statesman, was married in St. Louis. After living with his wife a fe.v months they separated, he going to Texas and.she remaining in Sî. Louis. Mrs Calhoun offered her services to the sisters of the House of Good Shep herd, on Seventeenth and Chestnut streets. They were accepted, and she ha« been there ever since. Meanwhile Calhoun re turned and sought for his wife without success until last week, when he found Iw at t!te convent. They were re united, and at her desire another marriage ceremony was performed.