Missoula County cast 1,222 for. and 127
votes against, the adoption of the constitu
The Maginnis Mill is approaching com
pletion and will be in Gyration about the
Bozeman has had three or four small
fires daring the past fornight, believed to
be the work of incendiaries.
JohnF.Pascoe was sentenced by Judge
Wade on Friday last, at Helena, to ten
years in the territorial prison for burning
and robbing a Chinaman's cabin.
The Flat Willow, Lower Judith and Ar
mell's Creek fall round ups have complet
ed their labors. The beef cattle collected
will be shipped by rail from Billings.
The Harris & Lloyd tunnel claim, Butte,
has passed into the hands of a California
company for the consideration of $125,000
to be paid in three monthly installments.
Two boys named Wilcox and Powell
were playing with pistols at Virginia City,
one day last week, and the usual result
followed, Wilson getting an ugly wound.
Last week at Augusta Yellowstone Jim,
a notorious character, was killed by a sa
loon keeper named Ezra Cregg. Cregg
was taken to Helena and placed in iail to
Acting Governor John L. Tooker offers
one thousand dollars reward for the capture
and return of Cor Murphy, who recently
escaped from jail through the carelessness
of the jailer.
A special election has been ordered by
the commissoners of Lewis and Clarke
county for a new election on the 22d of
November in the valley precinct, where
Jones and Fitzpatrick were a tie for Road
Dillion Tribune : Prof. Marsh, of
Helena, has made an important discovery
of coal in the mountains a few miles east
•f Townsend. The coal is of excellent
quality, and the vein is eighteen feet in
Among the postoffices established Nov.
0 were : Pomonac, Deer Lodge county,
Montana, S. A. Gatchell, P. M Jennie
Dunlap was also commissioned P. M. at
Tokna, Mont., and A. W. Morrison P. M.
at Flat Head, Mont.
A contest for the champion sheep butch
er took place at Helena on Moueay last
between Boyd Dickinson and Tom Mur
phy, for a purse of $25. Murphy was
declared the winner. Both men dressed
15 sheep each in one hour.
At White Sulphur Springs Chas. ltiar,
a professional walker, will walk against
time, 100 miles in 24 hours, at the skat
ing rink on Thanksgiving, the race to com
mence at 9 o'clock, Nov. 26, and end at
9 Thanksgiving evening.
A prominent republican of Butte was
very much astounded the other evening
on returning from a trip to the country to
find his residence illuminated from cellar
to garret in honor of Cleveland's victory.
His wife and two sons did the mischief.
On Monday last Archie St. Peter and
Joseph Pauline were arrested at Helena
on the charge of stealing amalgam from
the G lester mill. Pauline was acquitted
and St. Peter was bound over to appear
before the grand jury in the sum of $2,500.
The Spokane Falls Review predicts that
before snow flies there will be nearly as
big a rush to Colville as there was to the
Cœur d'Alene in its palmiest days. A
newspaper is an assured fact. A well
known journalist of Walla Walla already
has ordered the material from the east
and will issue the first number before De
Sun River Sun : Last Thursday Joseph
Hill, a Teton randier, was kicked and in
stantly killed by a vicious broncho. It
seems he was driving the team in a wagon,
and stopped to repair some defect in the
harness, when the animal kicked him,
breaking his neck. We undestand the
deceased was a man well and favorably
known in the Teton country, and leaves a
family to mourn his untimely end.
Helena Independent 19th inst: Mr
Im Myers, one of the contractors and build
ers of Great Falls, was in the city yester
day. He states that Minneapolis parties
have begun the erection of a flour mill,
which will have a capacity of 100 barrels
per day. The dam across the river has
been completed, and fully 300,000 brick
have been made this season. Mr. Myeis
leaves for Mansfield, Ohio, this morning,
where he will purchase machinery for
While fording the Yellowstone river at
Huntley on Tuesday morning Mr. J. Grady
lost a valuable team of horses. It seems
that the man who was in charge of the
team, Sam Billingston lost control of the
hones when half way across and drove
them into the deep water; he had a nar
row escape himself having to swim ashore
encumbered with his heavy clothing.
The horses were worth.$250 and the wagon
and harness about $125, the latter Mr.
Grady expects he will recover.
At Miles City on the morning of the 14th
jn«» * shooting scrape occurred on Main
street near Park. Tobacco Jack was around
boozing pretty freely when he got into a
wordy altercation with one Sullivan.
After the row was over and Sullivan sup
posed that peace was restored, he accept
ed a beat to drink from Tobacco Jack.
At this juncture Tobacco Jack drew a pis
tol and fired at Sullivan, missing him and
hitting Flanery Crounse in the fleshy part
of the arm instead. Deputy Sheriff Conley
look the aggressof igtocustody and land
eif him u jail.
150 Barrels of Michigan Apples !
50 Boxes Oregan Apples and Pears !
200 LBS. OF CANDIES FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE.
In the Comb and Strained in Fancy Glasses and Tins.
Apricots, Grapes, Peaches Peeled and Unpeeled, Pitted Plums Sour and Sweet, Prunes, etc
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
A Comple Stock. A Full Line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
At Lowest Prices at
IT. C. AÆattliiessen's
BIO HORN STORES.
CURRAN & LENIHAN,
FARGO BEST FLOUR!
$3.40 per Sack
In five-sack lots. Liberal discount
in greater quantity.
Fargo No. i Straight $3.00
CORNER OF MAIN AND LEWIS ST.,
GEO. W. METCALF & CO.,
]reed and Sale Stables,
CORNER MAIN AND CLARK STREETS.
FINEST "TURNOUTS" IN THE CITY.
Tourists and Travelers carried to or from the remotest points with safety and dispatcl
Horses, Mules, Harness and Wagons bought and sold.
Oats a-rrei Baled Hav,
Stock boarded by the day or v\eek. Spectal attention given to Gentlemen Driver
Terms as reasonable as any in the city. Call and sée ns.
CLEVELAND Ä HENDRICKS
Have given us the exclusive right to sell
Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
GLOVES AND MITTS,
And a complete line of
At lower Prices than any firm in Montana. Republicans and Democrats call
and be Convinced.
Merrill & Mclnerney.
BOSTON BOOT & SHOE STORE,
Main Street, - - Livingston, M. T.
Livingston Bakery !
Main and Second Streets,
fresh Bread, Pies and Oakes!
deUvered daily by wagon,
EE INI EE D
A cordial invitation invitation is extended to old friends and visitors. Come and see me
Are still in the land of the living with one of the largest and most complete stocks oi
Gent's Furnishing Goods Boots and
Shoes Staple and Fancy Groceries,
In the Territory. Their stock is NEW,direct from the
Eastern market, and they have no OLD, Second-Hand
stock of Shelf Worn Goods to palm off on customers
at regular prices.
jggpY'ou are invited to examine their mammoth stock and learn their prices to
be convinced that they are selling a better class of goods for less money than any
other house in Gallatin county. Remember their location,
LIVINGSTON, M. T
Park Street Clothier,
- Has just received a large stock ol
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Cloths and Underwear
Of the best quality, and for the next 30 days special inducements will be offered.
Our cutting and fitting department is complete and we will guarantee satisfaction
Always has been and is still the leading Restaurant of the city. By strict attention to bus
iness and always giving the best of everyth ng we have made it so. Thankful
!o,faa f.ro n ,.e«k.continueom»»™.
Main Street, Four doors from FoetoOoei
CEPERLEY & AYRAULT
Beal Estate, Insurance.
Town Property for sale, improved or unimproved.
Agents fi>r Eight of the Strongest and most reliable Insurance Companies.
Quartz and Placer Vlines for sale in Enigrant Gulch.
Quartz Lodes in Clark's Fork and Quartz and Placer mines in Mill Creek, hear and
Fine ranches for sale suitable tor agricultural or grazing purposes.
Please to take notice
that the undersigned
have bought and will close out, re
gardless of cost, the stock of goods
formerly owned by Smith & Hagy,
Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes,
LADIES' AND GENT'S
Etc., Etc., Etc.
For Cash Only.
Remember that this is no catch
penny advertisement, gotten up for
the purpose of deluding the public,
by selling them one article at less
than value only to cinch them plenty
on the next, but is a bonafide Closing
out Sale, of the aforementioned
STOCK AT LESS THAN COST.
The goods will be sold at the old
stand of Smith & Hagy, Main street,
and at this place the public can find
for the next sixty days,
Unprecedented in the trade history
Never mind the Presidential elec-1
tion for you cannot vote anyway, but
spend, your time rustling cash with
which to maKe for yourselves money
at this SALE EXTRAORDINARY.
G. H. Carver & Co.
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