VOL. 2. NO. ! 09.
LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, THUSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, 1884.
Price, 10 Cents.
Published every day except Sunday.
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LIVINGSTON, M. T., OCT. 9. 1884
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/JE PE RLE Y & AYRAULT,
REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE
Office on Main Street.
g J. CHAMBERLIN,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
- Agent fou Pauk and Palace Additons
Your correspondence solicited.
Office on Park Street opposite Depot.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
LIVINGSTON, - - MONTANA
D. ALTON, M. D.,
N. P. R. R. Co.
Office Main treet, in Dodson building opp. P. O.
Yy B. PERRY,
PHYSICAN AND SURGEON.
LIVINGSTON, - MONTANA.
Leave orders at P. O. drug store.
Tg S. SCOTT, I). D. S ,
Billings, - Montana.
Fills teeth with Gold and Plastic fillings.
Mounts Artificial teeth on Rubber and Celluloid
and on the roots of the natural teeth ; Solicits
difficult cases and guarantees satisfaction or no
Anaesthetics administered. Office adjoining
T. R Mai Ion & Co.'s meat market.
C. M. Stephens, C. E., U. S. Deputy Mineral Sur.
J. N.Snooi.BUED.Mech. and Miring Eng.,Englang
gTEPHENS & SIIOOLBRED,
Engineers and Surveyors.
Surveys made in all the mining camps of the
Upper Yellowstone valley. (Mining district No.
2.) All business promptly attended to. Survey»
and proving patents for claims a specialty.
Jjll C. A. McNULTY,
All kinds of dental work clone. Office opposite
Bank of Livingston
STEBBINS, MUND & CO.,
Exchange on all the principal cities of the
United States and Europe.
Interest Allowed on TIME DEPOSITS.
Collections made a specialty. Correspond
Stehbins, Mund dt Co , Miles City.
Stcbliins, Mund <fc Co., Billings.
Stehbins, Conrad & Co., Buffalo, Wyo g
Merchants National Bank, Deadwood, D. T.
Stehbins, Mund dt Fox, Central, D. T.
Stehbins, Fox dt Co , Spearfish, D. T.
A. L. LOVE Cashier.
— THE —
& St. Paul
Railway is the short line from St. Paul
and Minneapolis, via La Crosse and Mil
waukee, to CHICAGO and all points in
Hie eastern States and Canada.
IT IS THE ONLY LINE
Inder one management between St. Paul
und Chicago, and is the finest equipped
railway in the Northwest.
IT IS THE ONLY LINE
thinning Pullman Sleeping cars, Palace
Nmoking ears and the finest Dining cars in
the world, via the famous
RIVER BANK ROUTE,
the shores of Lake Pepm and the
heautilnl Mississippi river to Milwaukee
and ( hioago. Its trains connect with
those of the northern lines in the grand
L'hion Depot at St. Paul.
NO C HANGE OF CARS
d any class between St. Paul and Chi
< For through tickets, time tables,
,1 ! 1 ' 1 lM " information apply to any coupon
ticket agent in the northwest.
*y krkill, A. V. H. Carpenter,
t m ^ l nt ' ra ^ Manager. Genl Pass. Agi
• T- Clark, G. H. Hkafford, W
Genl Supt . Asst Genl Pass. Agt
E. J. Chamberlin,
Real Estate and Insurance.
Agent Park, Palace, and Minnesota Additions—AllWitliin ten minutesj
walk from Business.
Lying on flic broad space of level ground adjoining the original townsite on the east,
Has just been platted and lots are now in the market at prices ranging from
$25 to $1.00,
Convenient to Business and the Railroad Shops. Building has already commenced.
A Liberal Reduction to Parties Improving Property.
Before toying, Know M You Can Bo.
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, cast
of the range. Entries made under the homestead,pre-emption,and desert land law.
Six of the oldest and strongest companies doing business, which personal acquaint
ance and experience enables me to endorse. Good policy forms that insure prompt
payment on honest losses.
Office on Park St., Livingston.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Game in Season,
Orders called for daily and delivered.
> /WOOL and HIDES
Brunswick Hotel !
M. C. MURPHY, Propr.
This elegantly appointed and carefully managed hotel is now ready lor the reception o
cnests Travelers i^ekine neat and comfortable rooms and a well supplied table mil find
themat the BRUNS W I Civ, opposite passenger depot, Livingston, Montana
PEASE'S OLD STANJ,
Feed And Sale
TOURISTS CARRIED TO ANY PLACE.
THE LATEST NEWS.
Because the 3,000 employes of the
Oliver Bros, and Phillips rolling mills at
Pittsburg would not accept a reduction,
the works were closed down and the men
M. Herbin, French consul at Khartoum,
was massacred by Arabs at the same time
as Col. Stewart and his party were killed.
John R. McLean, editor of the Cincin
nati Enquirer, was married on Tuesday to
Miss Emily T. Beale, daughter of Geu.
Edward F. Beale of Washington.
A federation of trades and labor organi
zations is now in convention in Chicago.
W. E. Forrest, candidate for republican
elector in New York state, has withdrawn
because ne cannot conscientiously support
At Sipe Springs, Texas, a mob attacked
the residence of a man named Hays and
killed his son and his son-in-law.
The Mechanics' Bank of Altoona, Pa.,
John. Jacobs, a well known cigar ped
dler of San Francisco, formerly of Cin
cinnati, received authenticated advices of
his succession to property in England val
ued at three and one-half million dollars.
Gen. Terry, commander of the depart
ment of Dakota, has issued a reprimand
of Lieut. Tillson, Fifth Infantry, Fort
Keogh, because of insubordination and
using disrespectful language to his com
Secretary Teller, of the interior, is go
ing to Colorado to try to reconcile the
factious of the republican party in that
state who are warring over the legislative
ticket to such an extent that the demo
crats are liable to win and thus send a
democratic United States senator to suc
ceed Hill. Teller probably wants to be
Cheyennes to be Removed.
A Washington dispatch of Tuesday
says: The interior department has
hearkened to the complaints coming
from the Tongue and Yellowstone
country of depredations by the Chey
ennes and will remove these thieving
and starving wards from the vicinity
of Miles City to a new agency to be
established between theLame Deer and
the Little Muddy. The special agent
sent out to investigate the charge of
cattle killing hy the Cheyennes,reports
in favor of the change, and the depart
ment will act favorably upon the
Cattle Herd Overdue.
An Ottawa dispatch of Monday
says: A gentleman largely interested
in cattle ranching in the northwest,
received word last night that a herd
of cattle numbering 3,700, which were
being driven from Montana into Can
ada, near Fort McLeod, although long
overdue had not arrived yet. He
feared the operations of the Piegan
Indians are accountable for this.
Either tli^y had murdered the cow
boys or the latter had taken a circuit
ous route to avoid the Indians.
A Springfield, 111., special says: Gov.
Hamilton held a consultation with the
state veterinarian, Paaren, to-day, -on the
hubject of pleuro-pneumonia. It was de
cided to accept the proposition of the
Chicago Live Stock Exchange, and refused
by Dr. Solomon, Chief of the U. S. Bureau
of Animal Industry, to expose ten head of
healthy cattle to, infection by pneumonia,
in order to decide whether or not it is con
tagious. Quarantine in the meantime to
be strictly maintained. The Governor also
instructed the veterinarian to lodge com
plaints against all persons who have sold
cattle from infected herds and who refuse
to exhibit their sales book whereby such
infected cattle may be traced.
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An Incendiary. '
• À1. Hoag, who keeps a restaurant at
Missoula, on Thursday evening last
heard some one crawling from under
l£is kitchen floor. He rushed out and
saw the man retreating, but at the
same time discovered that a fire had
been kindled under the floor. He put
out the fire and the incendiary escap
ed. Missoula has been badly scourged
Cattle thieves are operating near
Flour is $6.00 per hundred at White
Capt. Snyder's company at Fort
Ellis lias been ordered to the woods to
Rose Eytinge, who was recently di
vorced from the scap'egrace nephew of
Ben Butler, is coming to Montana and
will play the Maguire circuit.
William Higgins, an engineer em
ployed in Holter's saw mill near Hel
ena, has disappeared under circum
stances leading to the belief that he is
The Chronicle has an agonizing poet
on its staff whose muse seems to be
mostly concerned about something to
eat and di ink—a sort of poetical gour
Lulu Hurst, the Georgia magnetic
gill, wiil appear at Helena on Friday
and Saturday. If she could accom
pany Blaine, the Maine magnetic man,
what an attraction they would consti
A, C. Logan, county superintendent
of common schools for Custer county,
grandiloquently signs himself ••super
intendent of public instruction." He
should know that Judge Hedges is the
only man in Montana entitled to that
Last Monday near Eagle Rock, on
the Utah & Northern, the north-bound
passenger train was derailed while
running at the rate of 20 miles an
hour. Every car went off the track
and several were upset, but not a per
son was injured in the least.
One hundred and fifty strong boxes
are now being made to contain the
Butte ores intended for exhibition at
New Orleans. A room in which they
will be packed has been rented, and
from the 12th to the 16th inst. has
been decided upon as the time during
which they will be received and la
The backers of the great Chicago
corn deal which culminated a few
days ago at the round price of 90 cents
per bushel, are said to have been Pat.
H. Kelly, the wholesale grocer of St.
Paul; G. G. Simmons, of Kenosha,
Wis.; William Faxon, of Omaha;
Tom. C. Power, of Helena; Stewart,
of Council Bluffs, and Capt. Lewis, of
Cincinnai. Ohio. The profits of the
syndicate have been very laige, not
withstanding losses in May last when
the deal began.
A party coming out of the Coeur
d, Alene mines about eight miles this
side of the summit in the thick timber
found a placard upon a tree bearing the
following words: "Seventy five yards
north is the grave of a man found dead,
who had been murdered, and torn to
pieces by a bear. No papers or other
means of identification were found;
features unrecognizable; had been dead
about a month. Buried September 4,
1884. _ _
News has just been received from the
Canadian Northwest that the Kit Ax
Indians, having repented of giving up the
murderer of Youmans at Kenafork, are
threatening the lives of all the whites of
the settlement. They surrouuded the
store of Mrs. Youmans and that of the
Hudson Bay company, the occupants of
both of which had to flee for their lives.
Serious trouble is feared, as all the Indians
in the north country are taking sides with
the Kit Ax tribe.
Hot, Cold and Shower
Baths at Nick Imo's B
Street Barber shop.
JOHN O. SAXE & CO,
NEWS AND FRUIT DEALERS,
The latest eastern Dailies. Illustrated Journ
jes always on hand.
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