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VOL. 2. NO. ! 35.
LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBERS, 1884 .
Price, 10 Cents
VM* O
Published ev ery day except Sunday.
WFIGBT & HENDRY, : Publishers
L IVIXGST0N. M. T\ NOV. 8. 1884
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ADVERTISING RATES:
for standing advertisements, rates will be given
*n application.
Local notices for one insertion only, fifteen
jents per line. For two or more insertions, ten
(cut- per line each.
ÇEI'EKI.EY & AYRAULT,
RK AL KST AT K, FIRE AND LIFE
INSURANCE.
RIVERSIDE ADDITION.
Correspondence solicited.
Office on Main Street
E.
J. CHAMBERLIN,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
At. K NT FOU l'ABK AND PALACK AdDITONS
Your correspondence solicited.
Office «n Park Street opposite Depot
rjUüKOE IIALDORN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
LIVINGSTON,
MONTANA
H D. ALTON, M. D.,
—SURGEON,—
N. P. R. R. Co
eet, in Dodson building opp. P. O
Offic* Main
J) B. PERRY,
PHYSICAN AND SURGEON.
LIVINGSTON, - MONTANA.
Leave orders at P. O. drug store.
JJ S. SCOTT, D. D. S.,
DENTIST.
Billings, - Montana.
Fills teeth with Gold and Plastic Idlings.
Mounts Artificial teeth on Rubber and Celluloid
tail on the roots of the natural teeth; Solicits
difficult cases and guarantees satisfaction or no
charge.
Anaesthetics administered. Office adjoining
T. K. Mallon & Co.'s meat market.
f M Stephens, O. E., U. S. Deputy Mineral Sur.
J. .V Sn ooi.BHKi»,Mech. and MiningEng.,Englang
gjTEI'IIENS & SHOOLBRED,
Enoineeus and Sukvätors.
Surveys made in all the minin" camps of the
Upper Yellowstone valley. (Mining district No.
•J.i All business promptly attended to. Surveys
»Dil proving patents for claims a specialty.
COOKE
MONTANA.
JJI{. C. A. MoNULTY,
DENTIST.
All kinds of dental work done,
post-office.
Office opposite
Bank of Livingston
STEBBINS, MUND & CO.,
Livingston, - - Montan«
oEXERAL
Transacts a
RAN KING
BUSINESS.
behänge on all the principal cities of the
United States and Europe.
iviKKF.sT Allowed on
TIME DEPOSITS.
Corres poud
I'ullections made a specialty,
wp solicited.
ASSOCIATED BANKS.
Miins, Mund & Co , Miles City.
Stehbins, Mund & Co., Billings.
Steitbine, Conrad & Co., Buffalo, Wyo'g
»•reliants Nationul Bank, Deadwood, D. T.
Stebbins, Mund A Fox, Central, D. T.
Stehbins, Fox A: Co , Spearfish, D. T.
A. L LOVE Cashier.
__ THE —
Chicago Milwaukee
& St. Paul
frilwav is the short line from St. Paul
*hd Minneapolis, via La Crosse and Mil
waukee, to CHICAGO ami all points in
eastern States and Canada.
IT IS THE ONLY LINE
w-tier one management Between St. Paul
^'i Chicago, ami is the finest equipped
r,i!, wav in the Northwest.
IT IS THE ONLY LINE
inning Pullman Sleeping cars, Palace
!,,0 king cars ami the finest Dining cars in
world, via the famous
RIVER BANK ROUTE,
ln ? the shores of Lake Pepin and the
M;s, itii ni MisMsMppi river to Milwaukee
an,i Chicago. Its trains connect with
tin-northern lines in the grant
n '"n Depot at St. Paid.
NO ( HANGE OP CARS
;i oy ( lass between St Paul and Chi
!l ' 0 For through tickets, time tables,
1 ' bill information apply to any coupon
agent in the northwest.
s Merrill, a. V. IL Carpenter,
.General Manager. Geni Pass. Agi
Glakk, G. H. IIeapford,
Genl Supt. Asst Gcnl Pass. Agt
\y Milwaukee. Wis.
/[• Hixox, General Northwestern Pas
Agent» St. Paul. Minn. 1
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E. J. Chamberlin,
Real Estate and Insurance.
Agent Park, Palace, and Minnesota Additions—AllWithin ten minutes
walk from Business.
2v£[email protected] , tsu -^clcLi'tioza.,
Lying on the broad space of level giound adjoining the original townsite on the east
Has just been platted and lots are now in the market at prices ranging from
$25 to $ 100 ,
Convenient to Business and the Railroad Shops. Building has already commenced.
A Liberal Reduction to Parties Improving Property.
Before Mm Knew lat Yon 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, east
of the range. Entries made under the homestead,pre-emption,and desert land law
ln.saa.rsm.ee !
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.
JAS-ENNIS&CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Butchers!
Game in Season,
POULTRY ,
YegetaMes, Batter, Eggs, Etc.
RANCHERS' ORDERS
-GIVEN
PROMPT ATTENTION.
Orders called for daily and delivered.
©
> /WOOL and HIDES
©
Brunswick Hotel!
v
M. C. MURPHY, Propr.
This elegantly appointed and careinily managed hotel is now ready for t
guests Travelers :,..PKinc neat and con fortal le rooms and a well supplied
theniat the BRUNSWICK, opposite i»assenger depot, Livingston, Montana
the reception 0
' fahle will find
PEASE'S OLD STANJ,
Feed And Sale
-- — ..... — -
TOURISTS CARRIED TO ANY PLACE
The Cheapest and Best Equipped Livery in Town.
. r. JR
EIGHTEEN MAJORITY
In the Electoral College is How Cleve
land is Fixed.
New
York, Indiana, Connecticut, New
Jersey and the Solid South
Are With Him.
The Republicans Are Taking Their Medi
cine Like Men.
POLITICAL NOTES.
Stephen Grover Cleveland will be next
president of the United States. He has
carried New York, Indiana, Connecticut
and New' Jersey—66 electoral votes
which, added to 153 from the south, gives
him 219 in the electoral college—a clear
majority of 18. No expressions of doubt,
no monkeying with the returns wdll change
these figures to Cleveland's defeat. He
—the candidate of the democrats of the
Untted States—will be the next president.
INDIANA.
On a basis of the latest official returns
reported, Indiana has given a Democratic
plurality of 5,500. E. D. Banister, of
Indianapolis, yesterday telegraphed S. T.
Hauser, of Helena, ''Indiana eight thous
and plurality. Cleveland's plurality con
ceded to be thirteen hundred in New
York. Glory!"
new jersey.
The New Jersey state republican com
mittee has received reports from all the
counties of the state. They show a plu
rality of 3,262 for Cleveland.
CELEBRATE TO-NIGHT.
W. H, Barnum, chairman cf the na
tional commitee, yesterday issued an ad
dress to democrats of the United States,
which concludes as follows: "Let them
(the republicans) understand that you
will recognize at noon to-morrow
throughout the United States the actual
election of Cleveland and Hendricks by
firing national salutes. Meet to morrow
night throughout the country and express
your opinions in a manner that cannot be
misunderstood. Men of New York are
resolved not to submit to the gross out
rages attempted to be perpetrated upon
their rights, and will speak for them
selves."
BLACK JACK MUST GO.
A dispatch from Congressman W. M.
Springer, of Illinois, to Hon. W. B. Hund
ley, mayor of Helena, says: "Oglesby
(republican candidate for governor of Il
linois) is probably elected, but the legisla
ture is democratic on joint ballot." As a
successor to John A. Logan in the senate
is to be elected by this legislature of Il
linois, Logan will hardly succeed himself.
THE NEXT C0NGRE88.
The New York Herald gives the fol
lowing as the complexion of the next
louse of representatives: Democrats, 185;
republicans, 138; people's party, 2; dem
ocratic majority, 45.
'confirmatory items.
John Kelly tells the people to rely on
it that Cleveland has carried New York
by over 1,300 plurality and is elected
president.
Gen. Carr, secretary of state of New
York, and a republican, says: "There is
no chance of stealing this state not as long
as I have charge of the affairs. I don't
>ropose that anybody shall steal the state.
If Mr. Cleveland has a plurality large or
small he will get it. The same is true of
other candidates. I don't propose to play
any Southern game. No matter whether
it's friend or foe with me he has to have
his justice."
The Associated Press last evening gave
the following result of a careful revise of
figures in New Y'ork : For Cleveland,
559,886. For Blaine 558,420. Plurality
for Cleveland, 1.460. There are 18
districts from which returns are yet behind
or questioned. These in 1880 gave Gar
field a plurality of 736. The counties in
which are the lacking districts are Essex,
Madison, Saratoga, Sullivan and Ulster.
BULLETINS TO-DAY.
Private advices received in Livingston
to-day state that Cleveland's plurality in
New York is about 2,500. A bullet»
.
received this afternoon says it will be
about 1,400. The Evening Journal of
Albany, N. Y., claims to have discovered
a fraud by which one of the wards of
that city may be thrown out, and if so
Cleveland would lose 388 votes. It is not
at all probable that he will lose these votes
and if he should he can well stand the
loss.
The votes in each county will be caa
vassed next Tuesday by the boards of su
pervisors. This work is merely clerical
—adding up the figures—and will not
change the result.
Custer und Dawson.
W. H, Dunne telegraphed the Hel
ena Herald as follows from Miles City:
Knowles has 23 majority in Miles City
and Blake 60 majority. The county
will probably offset Knowles' majority.
Savage has 150 majority in the county
Brandenbiiig (Dem.) for treasurer, has
fnllv 100 majority. The democratic
county clerk. Luther Dear, has 200
majority. The democratic representa
tives are elected. The balance of the
county ticket is divided between the
two parties. The majority in
Miles City for the constitu
tion is 589. Dawson county
elected the republican ticket excepting
three nominees and Vivion for dis
trict attorney, who received 40 ma
jority. The majority against the con
stitution in Dawson county is 240.
Blake Elected.
Judge H. N. Blake was on to day'»
Atlantic express on his way to attend,
district court now in session at Miles
City. He says he is elected district
attorney of this (the First) judicial
district by a majority of about 200.
Toole Elected.
Hon. Joseph K. Toole is elected by
a majority of over 200 votes and possi
bly as high as 400. He carried Madi
son county by 93 of a majority—a
county tbat was heavily republican at
last election. Livingston democratic,
Gallatin erfunty democratic. Montana
democratic, and the United States
democratic; what more could be de
sired.
Myers Not Elected.
We judge that Nichols has been
elected to the legislature in place of
Alfred Myers instead of Martin. That
Myers be defeated is a consummation
devoutlv to be wished.
Texas Siftings: Kosciusko Murphy is
not a very well informed young man, but
he never misses an opportunity of having
his say, and he frequently puts his foot in'
it A few days ago two Austin gentlemen
were talking in a restaurant.
"I hardly think Gen. Wolslcy will get
over the cataracts," said one of them.
"As I understand it the cataracts are to
be removed," responded the other gentle
man.
"Then he will get over it," interrupted
Murphy, who was sitting at a table close;
"I had an uncle who had two cataracts re
moved, and he got over it."
Shot and Killed.
A special dispatch to ti e Independ
ent from South Fork, t-r'a territory,,
says: Craig the saloon keeper shot
and killed instantly, "Yellowstone
Jim," or J. Sullivan, in a drunken row
this morning, shooting him six times.
Winter Sports In Dakota.
. Marulan Pioneer of the 5th: "There
has been some very good skating on
the Heart during the last few nights,
and the young folks have taken advan
tage of it. On Monday night some
young ladies and young men living on
the Syndicate went to skate on the
slough, and fell through the ice. They
got a good ducking, but beyond ibis
sustained no injury." This is very
interesting when we consider our
warm and exquisitely pleasant Mon
tana weather.
Missoula Times: Messrs. C. W.
Sedgwick and C. B. Sanders returned
Sunday from Anaconda, where they
disposed of a drive of 109 hogs, on
foot, at 1% cents, realizing a total of
SI.525. The hogs were shipped from
Missoula to Garrison by railroad, and
the .remiander of the distance wer*
driven, the latter making a saving o£
between thirty and forty dollars*

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