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Kldcr this week sold f house and two lots in the Hiver j.jjjjoo m Mrs. Chas. Mohr. , Hatch is now in charge of the rjl , |„,tH and the effects of his en managemeiit arc already discern •iiing , | PI |< S. M. Parks is taking a the number of children in this vin» ar ild enough to attend ■ lUr 2nd page to-day will be found mid instructive illustration of I comparative worth of the various kinds I iking powders now in the market, hcral Supertendent Law made one of preijuent trips to Livingston this week, private car was sent west with an Wednesday night as a "special." ninas Howell lias purchased the G [incae property on the west side of ■n street below Callender. This con of a lot and a two-story frame house. irum Lodge No. 4, A. and A. Scot ite, will have work in the first three ■ ies at its next meeting. All Scottish Masons in good standing invited to resent. mv has about disappeared from the ,s and we are having our usual fitful fall weather. The mountains a their white coat however and will it on until next spring, le Knights Templar of Livingston a private banquet at the Albemarle [huT&iiay night. There was a full st ance of the Knights and the usual time wts enjoyed by all. takes three engines to haul some of the hound passenger trains over the hill, and ten car loads of passengers and aggage and mail coaches on one ire a common occurence. Im Harvat has purchased the Berch the east side of Main street between and Callender and in the spring will handsome meat market te accom liis increasing business, lull of Tin, nksgiving night at the house will be under the manage of the young men of the city. The of the ball of Oct. 5th is a suffi uarantee that this affair will prove can be desired. Lee has purchased six lots on owstone street for the purpose of g a dwelling house. He intends himself and family into town from nch so that his children may receive ional advantages. - a delegation of Livingstonites at* the Helena republican jollification them being Chas. Burg, Major Prank White, Dr. Grant, A. It. Joy, kitsch and others. They report ft blowout aud cold weather in Pwd ball and supper arc talked of ie Masonic fraternity in Living well as a public installation of 'ioSt. John's Day (December 27). vremony will be very impressive, as ree orders-Blue Lodge, Chapter aid andery—will install on the same L.i/ury teams belonging to the Mercantile company seem to be c pretty good on Monday last. In l0rn >ng the little team took a short 4o *a Main street on their own hook °wards night the big team followed damage was done by either, •\i p , ^lucrablc excitement was crea lfi 'Main street b, among by-stander» Juments. 4L l lür A Miles has purchased the old s ' te i corner of Main and Callender This property consists of two ' ^'e buildings thereon and is one 1 best locations in town. In the ' fc is going to build a three or Jp ' ,n ck building 50x150 feet, to Mostly for the accommodation of Ulfe ' Ur< ^" are business of Babcock n ' USt Prid »y night Frank Fisher, on Ibe engine attached to No. 2, rr °* esc *pe from having his neck l le ^ b' 6 ,ra 'n was passing Moor j isr *'- 8 * Ka ^ ou * °f the cab win j 0 ' a 441,10 t° catch the mail sack e.ul 0 f letting the sack go onto U v i 0,140 dle nwil car. He was a| i»ed by the blow, but was not seriously injured. He will be more care ful in the future as to the locality of the train when he has occasion to put his head out of the window. The Boyd-Maubury company played "His Natural Life" and "Passion's Slave" at the Park Opera House on Tuesday and Wednesday nights resjmctivcly. Owin" to the nature of tlic play wliicli is largely spectacular many were disappointed in the presentation as it is impossible to nre •sent such a piece perfectly without all the necessary scenery and paraphernalia, oji and Mr. Maubury received many compliments on their acting as they were really excellent in their parts. The shooting match for Thanksgiving turkeys, mention of which was made in our last issue, will take place on Tuesday, November 27th, instead of on Thanksgiv-J ing day. Messrs. Beaman and Sheffield j have already secured a large number of I fowls, and there will be an abundance of I turkeys and chickens for all who wish tol participate in the match. The change ini the date was made to enable the boys toj secure turkeys in time for cooking on Thanksgiving day, and also to'give Bo/.e-l man sports an opportunity to come over aud take part. There will also be a I match at Bozeman on the 29th inst. under! the direction of Ira Dodge. Mr. Ike Orschel landed in town this! week from a long visit to the Castle mines. A representative of the Enter prise corraled him at the Albcnuarle and I elicited the following interesting informa- J tion in regard to the leading mines in that camp. In speaking of the Cumberland he said that the half intarest belonging to the Hensley Brothers had been sold by j them to King & Ash, the owners of the other half. The smelter is given in part payment on this deal and will be used to smelt the ore from the Yellowstone mine. King & Ash have control of the property until January 1st, however. The Yellow stone mine is looking well. The Hensley brothers claim to have enough ore now out to run the smelter from the 1st of January until spring without mining any more. The owners of the Cumberland intend to erect a smelter of their own in the spring at the mine. The location of the smelter they have sold to Hensley brothers is nearly two miles from their mine, and they have had to haul their ore in wagons that distance. A new strike has been made on the Silver Star at Rob inson, showing a fine body of ore four feet in thickness. One foot of the vein assays 0 per cent lead and 60 or 70 ounces of silver to the ten. This mine is owned by Grandy & Co. The Judge is looking as well as usual, and they have eight feet of ore at a depth of 60 feet. This averages 60 per cent lead and 35 or 40 ounces ot silver per ton. The Alice is in good con dition with prospects of becoming one of the best mines in the camp. Work has ceased on this mine, however, for the win ter. The smelter on the Cumberland will shut down in a few days for lack of coke, as the freighters do not seem to want to haul it in sufficient quantities at the pres ent rates. The miners cannot well afford to pay more, owing to the large amount of handling that the ore and bullion has to undergo before it is placed upon the cars at Livingston. The crying need of this camp is transportation. It is said that 300 tons of ore per day could be put upon the cars in the camp at its present stage of development without any trouble. As is above stated, the smelter is about to shut down for want of fuel, and in fact it | is a wonder that the camp has reached its present point of development under the disadvantages it has labored with. PERSONAL POINTS. Mr. Fay Ransom of Cinnabar was in | the city this week. Mrs.'J. L. Holmes returned Saturday night from a trip east. Dave Kemp, the well known freighted wn3 in town this week from Castle. Mr. Ike Orschel returned on Wednes day from a two weeks' visit in Castle. Mrs. Van Horne, mother of County Clerk D. P. Van Horne, left on Tucseay night to spend the winter east. Mrs. Pierce Hoopes, accompanied by her daughter Gertrude, left last night for Philadelphia to spend the winter. Division Superintendent W. Me White was in town Thumday. He is now «et- 1 ively engaged with the affairs of the Mon tana division. Frank Merrill of Helena was in Living ston this week. While here he sold his house aud lot on Second street to Joe Murray at a good figure. of ; of Mr. Gassert of Cooke, who has * ,een seriously ill at the Albemarle hotel for the past three weeks, has recovered suffi- 1 ciently to travel, and accompanied by his wife he will start next week for Cali-1 8 fornia to spend the winter. 1 James Connell of Emigrant Gulch, the well known postmaster and general mer chant of Chico, started east this week for a visit to his mother in New York state. Mr. Connell is an old timer in this coun try and has not been east for twenty-three years. We anticipate that he will take in the sights In great shape. George Pease was in town this week from his ranch at Stillwater on the reser vation. He says that the agent is making things warm for some of the white tres passers on the reservation, and is not only ordering them and their stock off the re serve, hut by means of Deputy Marshal Quivey and his men is removing them by force from the reserve. the his I Yellowstone county's strong republican in I ism. _ ~7~ **" The following were elected justices of the peace and constables at the election I on the 6th of November in the precincts I as named: | Livingston—Justices, Redfield and Hos H. H. Mund, of the First National Bank of Billings, was here on a business trip this week. He say's that uotwith standing the effects of dull times that Billings merchants cannot complain as they have done an excellent business this fall. He is well pleased with the results of the county election and is proud of -W. T. Scott; Frank Bus ford ; constables, Patten and Altimus. Chico—Justices, C. R. Glidden, H. Kahle; constables, P. Baer, E. Hoffman. Horr— M. T. Williams, Thos. Foley; j ft- S. Errit. I Gardiner I sear. Cascade—H. A. Larne, S. H. Forney; S. U. Nesbit. Big Timber— O. M. Hatch, T. K. Lee; L. Goughnour, G. Leas. Melville—W. G. Strong, Chas. Everet; W. F. Myers, W. L. Linton, I Shields River—E. J. Kecnay, Ed. Mil 1er; J. H. Martin, J. Keeney', Hunter's Hot Springs —C. B. Mendcn John Sherlock; James Rowcn, J. Emsley. Lodge— H. M. Woodward, W. R. I Meahan; Frank Beller, J. Webber, J Tfye J. Lyons, Jonas Hedges; A. S. Hubble. O. E. Hoskins, Myersburg— G. M. Coe; Chas. Potter, Cooke IL L. Collins, J. P. Allen; J. j West, R. E. Cutler, Fridley—C. A. Smith; C. H. Benton, Lowery, From Big Timber, Ed. Enterprise: Mrs. W. H. Met calf, wife of the express agent, who has been visiting friends and relatives in Big Timber for the past two weeks, left for her St. Paul home on Tuesday night, C. T. Busha, the member of the county central committee, is a hat ahead on the election. Mr. Busha bet "unsight and unseen" against Cleveland before Har rison was nominated, The only man in eastern Montana whose nose is out of joint by the election of Har rison is S. A. Marney of Miles City. Mr. Marney and Mr. R. B. Harrison, who were editors of rival stock journals last spring, exchanged certain editorial courtesies in which the "hat of his great-grandfather" figured extensively, Budd, Kellogg & Vickery have en larged their store room. Big Timber's two mercantile firms, Mirriellces & Co. and B., K. & V., do more business than any two firms in Park county, Since the advent of the railroad paint ers Big Timber has been ignored by the railroad officials. The people in this vicinity arc kicking in relation to the slowness of the general land office. Why hasn't the United States survey made of this portion of the terri tory two yeais ago been accepted or re jeeted? St. Paul, Chicago and eastern com mercial travelers visit our burg daily, Little Helen, daughter of Hon. Geo. M. Hatch, is seriously ill at this writing, Parties are seriously considering the election of a $15,000 hotel iu this town, Mr. King, general manager of the Ellis Horse, Cattle and Sheep company, re turned from Chicago Tuesday. X. Big Timber, Nov. 21, 1888. SYNOPSIS OF PROCEEDINGS Of the Board of County Commissioners, Special Session. Livingston, M. T., Nov. 15, '88. Board met pursuant to notice at 11a. m. to receive bids for bonds as per adver tisement. Present, G. H. Carver, B. F. Myers, D. P. Van Horne, clerk. Adjourned to 1 o'clock p. m. Met at 1 p. m., all present. Bids for ^ a and oRer3 read as Crawford Livingston, »20,827.50 James jy. Radford, assistant cashier, $20,710.50 net. N. W. Harris & Co., $21,064, less amount of interest at 7 per cent a year from date of deliverance in the city of Chicago, 111, to January 1, 1889 The bid of N. W. Harris & Co. being the highest was accepted 0rdered ,lmt the *" le, ï of * " il,s ,< > r *" U dWded,nd ,u " ded " ' o1 ' lows: To sinking fund 4 mills; to con tingent fund 1 mill. It having been brought to the notice of the hoard of commissioners that certain of the county roads are being obstructed by fencing and other means, the attention of all road supervisors is hereby called to section 1826 of the fifth division of gen efa | laws; and it is hereby ordered that roa( j supervisors attend to the enforce maut Q f the laws regarding highway ob 8 t ruc tions, as set forth in said section, Ordered that when new lease is drawn with J. C. Vilas for rent of county offices that warrant in payment of bis rent be drawn on general fund. Board ad journed. D. P. Van Horne, Clerk. Last COURT PROCEEDINGS Remaining Unpublished From Week's Issue. THURSDAY. Dailey vs. Decker. Judgment in favor of plaintiff by failure of defendant to ap pear. Hall vs. Gassert et al. Defendant makes motion for non suit ; sustained by the court. Roth vs. Burriss. In this case Roth sues as administrator of the estate of H, j E. McKmght to recover certain property. i A jury rendered a verdict fur plaintiff, ; "and in default of the property described • in the complaint, then for the sum of as j $1,287.25, with legal interest from the ; judicial demand," reserving tl»e rights of j the defendant as against the estate of H. of j E. McKnight. FRIDAY. Cope vs. Cbas. Turley et al. A jury found for the plaintiff in the sum of $100 without interest, the plaintiff paying all costs. Strob vs. Welcome. Jury find for the plaintiff in the sum ot $31.85, together with his costs in this action with interest from the date of this verdict. Tredennick vs. M. M. & S. Co. et al. Defendant's motion for a continuance sus tained and case ordered continued for the term. Ter. vs. Chns.Glacser. Ordered by the court to be continued for the term and defendant's bail reduced to $500. Ter. vs. Scott and Sargent. The coun ty attorney enters a nolle prosequi and defendants were ordered discharged. Ter. vs. Orr and Mattie Minimes. The county attorney entered a nolle prosequi and defendants were ordered discharged. Ter. vs. Lorenzo Robins. Defendant was brought into court to receive sentence for petit larceny. The court sentenced him to pay a fine of $25 and to be im prisoned thirty days in the county jail, and in default of paying the fine, to a further imprisoumont of thirty days. There being no further business before the court at this time, court is adjourned sine die. M. J. Liddell, Judge. J. A. Bailey, Dep. Clerk. J. S. Dickerson, the well known and gifted journalist, died in Helena on Thursday morning. His name and work were as well known as any one man's in the northw r est. He caught a severe cold while here in Livingston with W. A. Clark, w'hich detained him here for a few days. He rallied suffi ciently to travel to his home in Helena, W'here surrounded by his family and many friends he died of inflammation of the lungs. He leaves a wife and two children, the eldest a bov about fifteen years of age. Dickerson w as 41 years of age and has pursued a brilliant ca reer as a journalist for many years. Space prevents our making a more ex tended comment this week upon the death of this light in the profession. The funeral took place yesterday at 2 p. m., members of the Helena presf, among whom he was a great favorite, acting at pall bearers. Requiescat in pace. ot Chautauqua. Programme: Roll call. Names of authors mentioned in the required read ings. Questions and auswers pp History of Greece and Preparatory Greek Course in the Chnutauquan. Reading "UlySses" (Tennyson), Mr. Martin. Recitation by topics—Themistocles, Mrs. Joy; Socrates, Mrs. La Barre; Rhodamanthus, Mrs. Long; Philip of Macedon, Mr. Martin. Ques tions on Homer in the Chnutauquan. The meeting will be held witli Mrs. Burg. List of Letters Advertised at Livingston, Montana, Nov. 20, 1888. Boynton, Hon Aim lyni Ball, Chas F Bennett, S Binder, Jamis Chipman, Draper S Cassidy, O Davlne, E Foley, Edward Francis, H Flecher R Faris, W E Grober, Frank (2) Haskins, Wm Kemble, Anna j Kello; McNorton, M C McCreight, W M McIntosh, J Ü Mnlquin, Dan Morek, Mrs K Merrill, Miss Mattie Roth, M I Saville, John W Santey, Mrs V Tull, V E (2) Utting, Henry J Wallace, C E Williams, Miss Mattie Wadner, John sgi John. Persons call ing for the above* will please say 'Advertised." Card of Thanks. The ladies of the Baptist society thank all who assisted them to make their din ner on election day a success. It added $25 to their treasury. A Pleasing Sense. Of health and strength renewed and of ease and comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with nature to effectually cleanse the system when costiye or bilious. For sale in 50 cent and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Notice to Ice Consumers. Parties desiring to make contracts for crystal ice for next season can do so by applying to the undersigned until Janu ary 1, 1889. Having built a large ice house in addition to my other one, I am now enabled to furnish ice to every one that wants it, in Livingston and suburbs. Ice will he delivered every morning free of charge. Respectfully, A. Landt. SPECIAL MENTION. Oysters at the O. K. Two cars of fine Oregon and Michigan apples, in boxes and barrels, just received at Krieger & Co.'s. Fresh oysters in bulk and cans at Hef ferlin Bros.' A carload of fine Michigan apples just received at the Postoffice News Stand. A fine assortment of jellies, jams and dried traits at the O. K. Use printed stationery and leave your orders for the same at this office. Eggs, butter, cheese, grapes, oranges and lemons at the O. K. Forty miners wanted at Horr coal mines. See advertisement in another column. Fat turkeys, chickens, ducks aud geese for Thanksgiving at the O. K. Go to the Postoffice News Store for your winter's supply of apples. Sauer kraut at the O. K. John O. Sax has just received a carload of fine selected apples. Will he sold at bedrock prices. Come and see them. Before buying apples get Hefferlin Bros.' special prices. Headquarters for apples. Now is the time to supply yourselves with fine Oregon apples, in barrels or boxes, at low prices at Krieger & Co.'a. by to in J. the the I ! ! of of Church Matter?. Episcopal: Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12 m. Baptist: Sabbath school at 2 o'clock. Dr. Morse was unavoidably detained last Sabbath by the illness of his children. The Ladies' Aid society of the Congre gational church will meet with Mrs. A. W. Miles Friday, November 30th, at p. m. Methodist: Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at 12 m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at the residence of Mrs. Muzzey in Riverside ad dition. Congregational : Preaching at 11 a. m and at 7:30 p.m.; subject, "Near unto the Kingdom of God." Sabbath school at 12 m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. A BARGAIN.—A second-hand Whitman hay press for sale cheap. Apply to Babcock <& Miles. 2 t* B ell boy wanted. marie Hotel. -Apply at the Albe tf db~| /A REWARD.—For Information leading to +P A V/ the recovery of one hay horse ; white face and feet; branded 6 on shoulder. Probably now in vicinity of Shields River. Address Benj. Urner, Jr., Melville, Mont. S TRAYED from our range on Upper Sweet Grass, one large dark chestnut mare, branded H. on the left shoulder. Anyone giving infor □ mation that will lead to the recovery of the above will be rewarded. Address Hart Bros , Melville, Mont. N OTICE OF DISSOLUTION.-Tl.e co-partner ship heretofore existing in the drug and sa loon business between John Shearlock and W r . C Officer, at Hunter s Hot Springs has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All persons know ing themselves indebted to the aforesaid tirin will please call and settle their account with me, John Shearlock, as I collect all bills due the firm and pav all obligations of said Arm. JOHN SHEARLOCK, W. C. OFFICER. Hunter's Hot Springs, November, 8 th, 1888. 4t [ 1 st pub. Nov. 17] N OTICE TO CREDITORS.—Estate of Joseph Fisher, deceased: Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator of the estate of «Joseph Fisher, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first pub lication of this notice, to the said administrator, at the Probate Court of Park County, the same being the place for the transaction of the busi ness of said estate in the county of Park. MAURICE ROTH, Administrator of the estate of Joseph Fisher, deceased. Dated at Livingston, M. T., Nov. 24th. 1888. N' OTICE FOR PUBLICATION-Land Office at Bozeman, M. T., Nov. 21, 1888.—Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the register and receiver at Bozeman, Montana, on January 4, 1889, viz. : Hugh Iloppe, who made H. E. No. 640 for the W. >4 of N. E. and S, E. >4 of N. E. I 4 of sec. 20, twp 9, south ot range 8 , east. He names the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, viz. : John Delean, W. Y. Northrop, IL J. Pickering, of Cinnabar, Park connty ; M. T; Matthias Mounts, of Boze man, Gallatin county, M. T. GEO. YV. MONROE, Register. (1st pub. Nov. 24,1888.) N OTICE TO CREDITORS.—Estate of John W. Howell, deceased. Notice is hereby riven by the undersigned, Henry C. Howell, adminis trator of the estate of John W. llowell, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months af ter the the first publication of this notice, to the said Henry C. Howell at the law office of Frank Henry in Livingston, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the County of Park. HENRY C. HOWELL. Administrator of the estate of John W. Howell, deceased. Dated at Livingston, Mont., November, 15,1888. flst'pub. Nov. 17 1888.J 5t N OTICE TO CO-OYVNERS of the Silver Cliff Lode, Emigrant Mining District, Park Co., Montana.—To Kenneth Price or heirs, one-fourth ; J. M. T. Partello, one-fourth: G N. Abell, one fourth: to their heirs or assigns, part owners in the above named ciaiin : You are hereby notified that 1, W. J. Hobbs, have in accordance with sec tion 2324 of the revised statutes of the United States, expended in labor and Improvements upon the above named mining claim, for the year end ing Dec. 31,1887, the sum of one hundred and five dollars ($105) upon said ciaiin. You and each of you are hereby notified that unless yon contribute your proportion of such expenditures, together with interest and costs, within ninety days of the complete service of notice of publication, all your right, title, interest and claim in and to the above described quartz lode mining claim will become the property of the undersigned, your co-owner, who has made the required expenditures as re quired by law in such cases. W. Jas. IIobbs. [First pub. Oct. 20,1888.] W'\ A Pleasing Sense of Health and Strength Renewed, and of Ease and Comfort Follows the use of Syrup of Figs, ; i ; acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver (3 Bowel:; Effectually Cleansing the System v/lieu Costive or Bilious, Dispelling Colds, Headaches and Eever;; and permanently curing HABITUAL CONSTIPATION without weakening or irritating the or gans on which it acts. For Sale in 50c and ©1.00 Bottles by all Leading Druggists. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY T1IE CALIFORNIA TIG SYRUP 00. 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Come one and all and give us a trial; our motto is quick sales and small profits. Those who come once will come again. Ms A. PETERSON. Livingston, M. T. DRUG STORE, Livingston, Mont., August 10,1888. Friends: —1 wish to call your attention to our liberal fall oftciiug. 1 will give free of charge to all customers of One Dol lar's worth of goods, one licket, good for one chance in our Xmas drawing for one large Silver Tea Set and Waiter. This elegant prize can be seen at the above named store. These prizes are given away every year as a token of our appreci ation of the good will of our customers. In addition to the above we offer you only the purest and best goods at lowest possible prices. Our motto is quick sales and small profits. Call and you will lie convinced. Very Respectfully Yours, M. A. PETERSON, Agent for the Créât English Remedies. Prescriptions compounded night and day with accuracy and dispaten by a regular pharmacist of 20 years experience. Orders from the country promptly attended to. Albemarle Hotel, ALBEMARLE NEW STORE! NEW GOODS, AND NEW PRICES! I have just received a new stock ot goods, consisting of DRY GOODS,GROCERIES, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats and Caps, ind a full line of LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, which will be sold at VERY LOW PRICES. BUTTER AND EGGS ALWAYS WANTED. 5®"A portion of your patronage is solicited. Give me a call before purchasing. ALVA MAYNE, Main Street, Livingston. GORDON BROTHERS, DEALERS IN AU KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Native and Eastern Lumber, dressed and rough, Shingles, Lath, Pickets, Brick, Lime, Plaster Paris, Cement and Plasterer's Hair, Building Paper, Bodine Hoofing, Medal Brand Hoofing, Paints, Oils. Store Fronts, Door and Window Frames Made to Order. EST* Parties desiring to build and make payment on the Installment Plan will do well to consult with us. ÆH BABCOCK & MILES. 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