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From Friday's Daily. A work triim and a foret- <>f men arc employed in putting in new mils and lien where repair« are needed along the Park branch, and also on the main line west of the city. Ralph Al a Hierin of the upper Yellow stone brought in two bear skins to-day which were punched'by District Clerk Emmons ami a bounty warrant of $4 is su -d h>r the same. (h-orge N. c >e tiled his official bondas justiee of the peace for Myersburg pre ,with the county clerk and re corder today. The bond is for 32,000, (1, orge II. Carver and Arthur \Y. Miles as sureties. ji gross earnings of the Northern p . lie for the second week in Novem ber^show a handsome increase over tho saac week in November last year. The earnings were $523,921, as against $452, 2 i ; ; in 1 ssS, an increase of $71,608. \ niini'ig deed was hied in thecounty cl. rk'- ollice to-day by which Victor ,-'.,1 . lb conveys to Adolph Wetzstein ( ,third interest in the Exchequer ,.' ir tx . de in the New World Mining J ,•*. for a consideration of $1,000. Holland has conveyed to (lus son of Cooke a one-half interest 'rosperity quartz lode mining the New World district for a jjxininnl consideration. The deed was filed to day with County Clerk Deutsch. ODicial bonds were tiled to-day with Cmntv Clerk Deutsch as follows: S. S. ï'.rret. constable at Horr, $2,000, with .Maurice Moth and E. Lamartine as sureties Robert E. Cutler, justice of pi,, peace for Cooke precinct, $2,000, with .1. C. Vilas and Henry C. Howell as Be cl Mandamus proceedings were begun before .Judge Henry yesterday against th. board of trusteos of Bozeman school dist riet. The action is brought by Jacob (in n to compel the trusteos to admit his four children to the public schools of that city. The reason for refusing to permit the children to attend is sup posed to be on the ground of alleged non residence in the district. Hillings Gazette: The newspaper fra ternity up the line would do well to keep their eagle eye on one Verno, an artist by trade and* a dead beat by profession. After doing sign work in this town to the amount of $500 or $600 he skipped, leaving a half dozen or more creditors j n tlie lurch to tho tune of $8 or $10 apiece. Verno is particularly proficient in dodging printing office bills, hence the imto of warning to tho members of the fraternity. F. A. Burlingame and W ,S. Swanson have secured a lease of thePowlie build ing and will fit it up for the convenience of the public in giving dances and en tertainments of all kinds during tho winter. A stage will be erected and fitted up with scenery and fixtures for the use of dramatic and similar enter tainments. As the city lias been with out a suitable place for public amuse ments since the tire which destroyed the opera house last spring, this enterprise is a commendable one and deserves the encouragement of our citizens. Tho committee appointed by the di rectors of the Livingston club to collect the filiation fee of members have been successful in securing nearly $1.000 up to date—a sufficient amount to warrant the leasing of tho rooms from Messrs. Wetzstein & Gray and furnishing them in good shape for the club. Another meeting of the directors will be held at the office of J. A. Savage to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock, ami as final action will be taken in the matter of securing the lease and arranging for furniture and fixtures, a full attendance is de sired. The following contests, brought in the Bozeman land office, have been decided by tho general land office at Washington ill favor of the first named parties: Henry C. Jewett vs. Northern Pacific company; David D. Lattee vs. Northern Yacific company; Charles H. Chaloner vR.Vorthern Pacific company; Nelson J. M'U vs. Northern Pacific company; Christian Hitcher vs. Northern Pacific company; William H. Shepherd vs. Northern Pacific company; James Mc Allister vs. United States; Moses J. Lid doll vs. James Goode; United States vs. Charles A. Connor and Geo. E. White; Alonzo P. Edick vs. Nelson McGillen; United States vs. Anthony Chaffin et al. Col. David Noble has secured a bond on the Silver Boll and War Eagle mines, situated on War Eagle mountain, in the Boulder district. Tho mines are the property of Messrs. Graham *fc Newell, and are among tho best properties of the district. The War Eagle has been thor oughly developed and shows a largo body of rich ore. Assays have been made which go from 40 to 50 per cent in copper, 60 ounces in silver and from $8 to $10 in gold. The Silver Bell is also said to show a good ore body of almost equal richness. The consideration is $15,000, conditioned that 10 per cent le paid on the first day of May, 210,000 August 1st, $10,000 on October 1st, and the balance on tho first day of January, 181*1. The recent run of two months upon the output of the Cumberland mine at Castle, with the Hensley smelter, dem onstrates the richness of the ore and tho successful manner in which it can be smelted. The profits of the run for that brief period have enabled the com pany to'declare a dividend of Scents upon each share of stock and retain a sufficient fund with which to conduct development work, which will be prose cuted without interruption throughout the winter. The Cumberland will be oome one of the greatest silver-lead pro ducing mines of Montana. Judge J. A. Ravage, Krieger & Co. and Maurice Roth of this city are among the fortunate holders of Cumberland stock. These gentlemen this morning received by mail the checks for the amount of dividend upon their stock. Au accident occurred in the Muir tun nel last evening, caused by tho prema ture explosion of a blast, which resulted seriously to two employes of the railroad company. A force of men have been en gaged in timbering the tunnel and in prosecuting this work it has been neces sary to blast rock from the surface of the tunnel. It has been the custom to prepare the blasts and light the fuse wit!, a torch, the length of the fuse giv ing ample time to reach a safe distance lehre the explosions occurred. Four of these blasts were prepared yesterday tobe tired simultaneously. Tho fuse of one nas ignited and tho men were light ing the others when for some reason— presumed to i>e a split or defect in tho fuse the hrst blast was prematurely discharged, knocking Andrew Johnson and Charles Parsons to the ground, and before they could regain their fecit the other three blasts exploded, severely in juring both inen.CjTheir clothes were al Uiost cut from their bodies by small pieces of Hying stone, and Johnson sus fihued a fracture of his leg and a bad ®calp wound, besides numorous cuts upon his body. Parsons was similarly injured, with the exception that no nones were broken. As soon as the news reached this city a special car in charge of Conductor McCauly was attached to a locomotive to convey Dr. Alton, the company physician, to the scene of the accident. Everything possible was done 'or the unfortunate men and it is ex pected they will rapidly recover with Proper nursing. *■01111 Saturday's Daily. United States postoffice car No. 50 Was attached to this morning's Pacific express. This car accommodates two postal clerks. A social dunce was given at the resi oeni't of David Doucet, east of the city, a-t night, A number from the city iiT In attendance and report an enjoy ......'easioq. a f \ of in *'is SoluinouHon, a !r of Cooke, ,vl prominent mine recently made a t K ' ll, ' Mf property in the Now World dis ! fur V ** '? , and will shortly start rit d visit te his old home in Norway. 1 M. McReith and Cal Brooks will open up a first-class lunch counter in the sa loon of J. W. Nelson, east side Main street. Their counter will be supplied with everything the market affords and will be open to the public this evening. The Atlantic express was about nine hours late in reaching this city. The delay was occasioned by a wreck near \ Mullen tunnel. In consequence this morning's train did not leave on sehed- j ule time, but was held for the arrival of j i ; ; I I tho eastbound express j General Manager Mellen, of the North [ ern Pacific, has issued a circular stating that all limited, time and trip passes, which expire by limitation December 31, and all annual passes of the company, will not be honored for passage if pre sented at initial point of trip after De ce mber 31. Tho heaviest snow storm of the season visited this section last night, covering the ground to a depth of several inches. Owing to the warm temperature the snow has packed solidly, and should it lie followed by a hard freeze before it is blown from the hillsides will prove se vere to range stock. Charles A. Everett and Miss Louisa F. Hildige wero joined in bonds hyme neal at the Episcopal church last oven ing, Rev. J. W. Van Ingen officiating. The groom is one of the young business men of Livingston, and the bride is a sister of F. G. Hildige, a prosperous stockgrower of Mission, with whom she has resided for several years. Tho En terprise extends congratulations. The following mining deeds wore filed with County Clerk and Recorder Deutsch to-day to properties in the Boulder district: John B. Tate to Geo. W. Ellis et al., one-fourth interest in the Florence, for a consideration of $400; E. J. Kinney to D. B. May, one-half interest in the Florence, for a consideration of $800; W T . F. Stone to Geo. W. Ellis et al., one-fourth interest in the Little Joe. for a consideration of $400; A. F. Stone to D. B. May,one-half interest in the Little ! Joe, consideration $800. j The new time card of the Northern Pacific has been issued, the change to I terial difference in the schedule for the Atlantic express, but No. 1, westbound, will arrive about twenty minutes earlier. There is also a change in the time of several of the freight trains. No. 13 will arrive one hour earlier, No. 14 one hour later, No. 16 five hours earlier and No. 18 twenty minutes later. As tho schedule will be put into effect from St. Paul and Portland it will probably not affect the running of trains on this di vision before Tuesday. The annual fair of the Congregational society was held in the Miles block last evening and, although a heavy snow storm interfered somewhat with the at tendance, was a complete success both socially and financially. Tho room had been handsomely decorated for the occa sion, and numerous fancy articles dis played for sale, a larger portion of which were disposed of. Oysters were served during the evening, and this feature of the entertainment was liberally patron ized. The Yellowstone Brass band was in attendance and discoursed sweet music throughout the evening. Tho re ceipts wore about $185. Yellowstone Journal: The long ex pected change in the postal division took place yesterday, making Miles City the end of the division, which begins at Jamestown now instead of Bismarck, and the end of the Helena division. The first mail clerk to stop over was C. N. Rosencrans, the clerk on yesterday's eastbound train. The mail clerks throughout the whole division are with out exception in favor of the change. Postmaster McAusland will now have to handle all the registered mail from Livingston here, which is quite an in crease over our own mail, the increase in registered letters and packages yester day being from ten to seventy. The Aberdeen, Washington, Bulletin has the following relating to a former resident of this city: "The Aberdeen Land and Improvement company, com posed of eastern capitalists, and of which Richard T. Dabney is president, have purchased in and about. Melbourne, and between there and Wynoochee, about 500 acres of good land, and about 200 town lots in Melbourne. They intend platting about 600 lots and sub-dividing the balance of this large tract of land into five and ten acre tracts, to be used as gardens and fruit farms. They also propose laying out a ten acre tract and beautifying it for a public park, which will be known as the Melbourne Park." From Monday's Daily. Hugh Macadams suffered a stroke of i mralysis last week which has confined lim to his bed. Another consignment of ore from the Great Eastern at Castle arrived yester day for shipment to Aurora for reduc tion. A deer head with fifteen points is be ing mounted at W. F. Sheard's for Jas. Ellsworth, who killed it during his re oent hunting trip. F. T. Osborne is making arrangements to engage in tho dairy business and will shortly make regular trips to supply patrons in the city with milk. Fred Schmalse, formerly of Miles City, has concluded to locate here and has se cured a lease of room in the Merchants' hotel where he will open up r. first class saloon. We learn with regret of the death yes terday of Mr. Baker, the aged father of. Geo. W. Baker, at the latter's ranch on the West Boulder. Rev. W. C. Fowler left to-day to conduct the funeral serv ices, which will be held his son's resi dence to-morrow. The news reached this city this morn ing of the death of Loring B. Rea of Miles City of typhoid-pneumonia on Sat unlay night. Mr. Rea was an old resi dent and prominent stockgrower of Cus ter county. He was at one time a mem ber of the territorial legislature. John Work lias purchased an interest in the harness and saddlery business of W. H. Duke. It is the intention of the new firm to largely increase the stock which for the present will lie under the exclusive management of Mr. Duke, but we understand Mr. Work will remove to Livingston in the spring and actively engage in the business. Last Friday Sheriff Templeton arrest ed Christian Christenson, near Melville, on complaint of Ole N. Erickson, who charged Christenson with threatening his life. The prisoner was brought to this city and placed in the county jail. This is the first time in seven years that a criminal action has been brought against any resident of Melville. During a visit to Deer Lodge county last spring, George H. Carver, president of the Carver Morchantile oompany, purchased 10,000 shares in the Ameri can Ruby Mining company, then or f anizing to develop property in the Oro 'ino distri it. As a result of this invest ment he received word on Saturday last that the stock has increased in price so that he cou'd now, if he so desired, dis pose of it at an advance of $4,000. Tho directors of the Livingston club held a meeting in the office of Judge J. \ Savage Saturday evening at which the question of purchasing furniture and fixtures was discussed and a com mittee appointed to take steps for secur ing the same. A committee, consisting of W. F. Sheard, Walter Ayrault and Floyd Thompson, was appointed to col lect the membership fees still due. There are now fifty-eight names enrolled in the membership of the club, insuring its complete success. From Tneedav'» Dully. , , _ County Clerk Deutsch is the posses sor of a handsome oocker spaniel pup, a present from Charlos Gamier. District Clerk Emmons yesteruay is sued a marriage license to George D. Lathom and Miss Mary L. Denney. The time of the departure of the Park branch train has been «hanged so«that rit now await» the arrival of No. o m8S main line. * at by a a gin be at the the side 111 sa _ , ^ , . , , Clerk Deuts w to-day. The o töcial bond ot Shelby Eli Dillard j of Red L odge, as justice of the peace, ! was tiled w ith and approved by County j t The mernb, v* of Livingston Division i No. 4, Uniform *d Rank of Knights of Pythias are taking initiatory steps for a \ " ' j, . , -riven on Christmas eve. ^ ' j Charles Willia ms was arrested a rut of j taken before Just. ' ce Redfield to-day on i a charge of being d runk and disorderly, ; and was fined $10 an i costs, in default of which he was comm itted to jail. Minnie Vail was arrai gned in Justice Redfield's court to-day on a oh arge of carrying concealed weapons. She was found guilty and was fined $10 a id costs, which she paid and was discharg edfrom custody. The public school registers sh» ">w an enrollment of over 275 pupils. With this large attendance the demanc 1 for another teacher is almost imperativ* •, as it is a difficult task for the presenter, rps of teachers to do justice to the 1 ai ge number of scholars under their eh a rgt • The Reed City, Michigan, Clarions ays.' "Our old time friend A. J. Camp' cell, who has been prosecuting attorney one full term and part of his second te rm, making three years in all, of L ake county, lias resigned his position wit h a view of going to Livingston, Monta na, where he intends to hang out his shin gle and practice the teaching of his pro fession. Mr. Campbell is a genial gen tleman and will be greatly missod in Lake county and Reed City." ; The mine owners and prosectors of I this section have raised the necessary it is a ! funds to send David Boerum to Helena j to represent them in the mineral land convention to be held in Helena this I week It is a move in the right direc tion. The mineral lands of Montana should be reserved for the people and any wholesale issuance of patents to of lands that are mineral in nature would strike a blow to the most im portant industry of the state and mate rially retard its development. The ranchmen of this section inter ested in making a test of the railroad company's right to all odd numbered sections within the limits of their grant, on that portion of the Crow reservation opened to settlement in 1883, have raised the necessary $500 to prosecute an ap peal from the commissioner's decision to the secretary of the interior in the case of A. H. Delone. The contract has been entered into and papers filed with tho district clerk. The fee is contingent upon the successful issue before the sec retary. Professor Wilson has arranged with Miss Canthani of Chicago to give an elo cutionary entertainment December 3d, at the M. E. church, for the benefit of the schools. This lady comes so highly recommended that Mr. Wetzstein per mits us to say that were his opera house still standing he would not hesitate to engage her for an evening. Everything will he done to make the entire even ing's entertainment first class. There will be good music furnished. It is hoped that the schools will be well supported in this effort. Admission 50 cents. The inquiry as to the sanity of M. T. Williams of Horr was concluded before Judge Henry last evening and resulted in his discharge, the jury, consisting of W. E. Thompson, Dr. W. T. Collins and O. Krieger, rendering a verdict of "not insane." Mr. Williams was again arrest ed this morning and taken before Just ice Hosford for the purpose of having him placod under -bonds to keep the peace. As the prosecuting attorney was absent, the case was continued until 2 o'clock this afternoon, when a further continuance of ten days was taken. In the meantime Mr. Williams was placed under $500 bonds to keep the peace and an additional $250 bond for his appear ance in court was required. trgtk i„. tfifMjjr* lfj: « m8S j n g engine, iûjurlo * From Wednesdays Daily. Divorce proceedings have been com menced in the district court by Mattie Cooper against Albert W. Cooper. Last evening's train from Cinnabar brought down four carloads of lumber and a number of cars of coal and coke from Horr. Nine carloads of coke from the Liv ingston Coal and Coke company's works at Cokedale, composed a part of to-day's west bound freight. A marriage license was issued to-day by District Clerk Emmons to Frank D. Merrill of Helena and Miss Nellie L. Mclnerney of this city. The Knights of Labor have decided to give a grand ball on New Year eve, and a oommittee of arrangements with this object in view has been appointed. W. C. Douglas has purchased the car penter shop of Millard*& Skaug and will horeafter be found at that stand, oppo site the freight depot on Park street. The Young Men's Christian Associa tion will give a social and supper on Fri day evening, December 13th, the pro ceeds to be applied to a fund for fur nishing a reading room. Isaac Orschel has made the discovery that he has an immense deposit of car bonates of manganese in his Castle mines. This he claims is invaluable as a flux, and he confidently believes he has a bonanza in the doposit. The wires for the incandescent lights have nearly all been put into the busi ness houses and the company now only await the arrival of their engine to be gin operations. The motive power will be supplied by a seventy-five horse-power engine of a recent design, manufactured at Auburn, New York. Mrs. C. A. Burg is preparing a box of reading matter, consisting of books, peri odicals and newspapers, to be sent to the librarian of the Deer Lodge peniten tiary for the use of the prisoners con fined in that institution. All persons having literature that they desire for warded for this purpose are requested to leave the same with Mrs. Burg, who will attend to forwarding it to its destina tion. _ _ From Friday«« Dally. The new bridge across the slough, on the corner of Clarke and G streets, River, [ side addition, has been completed. Two carloads of ore from the Castle mines were shipped from this city yes terday to the reduction works at Aurora, 111 . A few days ago, while working in the freight yards in this city, W. D- Baer was hot cipdt i from a injuring him'severely. hy to in for ing to to $9 his past to He held and loom of room. days Main has years. sion the this a and he his for in made ord claim $500; fifths office ber doors ners, creek, perous was H. dred past Many of long monial again Shields wer his this four year steep is wind of course tively change the meeting ing proving the ablv j Section No. 2 of to-day'» west bound ! passenger was delayed five hours near j t |, e eastern Montana line by the breaking ot a tire on one of the drive wheels of the i engine. a Five carloads of eight-inch pipe for the ■water works company arrived at the freight depot yesterday and is being distributed along the streets where th e mains are to he run. Yesterday as the Park train was ap proaching Fridley a large boll elk slowly crossed the railroad track directly in front of the train and narrowly escaped lieing struck by the engine. There will be a meeting of the direct ors of the Livingston club at the office of Judge J. A. Savage at 8:30 o'clock this evening. A full attendance is desired, as business of importance will be transacted. George Hayden was arrested by Sheriff Templeton tins morning on a charge of carrying concealed weapons. He was taken before Justice Hosford and entered a plea of guilty, paying a fine of $!0 and costs. Messrs. Burlingame and Swanson, les sees of Foley's hall, corner of Second and Calendar streets, will give an opening hall oD December 10th. Balls and enter tain ments will lie given every few weeks there, tfter throughout the winter. Supt.-J-D. Finn has moved into the railroad house on Park street, recently re paired am V T?paintcd. Win. riiompson of the CurveT Merca. T, l*^ e company liasrc -1 moved into .Maurice R,, M h*s himse, on Third street n orth of the track, hy Mr. Finn. James Wari en, ;i former passenger con ductor on this division and well known to many people in Livingston, became in volved m a qu.urel with a stockman be tween Billings and Forsyth and was shot in the arm. He was taken to Forsyth, where his wounded arm was dressed. W. F. Kirby, who Inis the contract for digging tins ditches for the water mains for the Wa .er Works company, this morn ing put a force of about twenty-five men to work excavating a ditch along Geyser to Main street, and thence north along the west side of Main street. A drunken character named Patrick Riley was arrested this morning in an in toxicated condition and taken before Police Magistrate Hosford, who fined him $9 and costs, amounting to $18, it being his second offense. In default of the necessary cash lie was committed to jail. George II. Grace, who for some time past has been engaged as car clerk at the freight depot here, has gone to Glendive to accept a similar position in that city. He is succeeded here by R. Richmond, while Leo Wetzstein will accept the po sition made vacant by Mr. Richmond. A meeting of the school board was held yesterday afternoon. The present teachers were retained for another term and anew room added to the intermediate grade, the crowded condition of the schools rendering the addition of another loom necessary. Miss Percie Matheson of Chico was elected teacher of the new room. Messrs. Cornwall and McGregor a few days ago purchased the "Bank" saloon on Main street from P. C. Robinson, who has owned the place for the past seven years. The dcw proprietors took posses sion yesterday. J. H. Cornwall, one of the owners, was formerly in business in this city and is well known to all old timers. Y'esterdav Sheriff Templeton received a telegram from Sheriff Ramsey of Yel lowstone county to arrest Fred Stevens and lock him up until he could arrive, as he was wanted on a charge of running a gambling house in Billings without a license. Sheriff Templeton soon found his man, and this morning Sheriff Ramsey arrived and took him back to Billings for trial. The following sales of mining property in the New World district have been made the past few days and filed for rec ord in the recorder's office: Amos R. Hague, a one-fourth interest in the Paint claim to Henry Johnson, consideration $500; F. K. Armstrong and wife, a two fifths interest in the Montezuma claim to Nathan Goff; consideration $1,050. Thanksgiving passed off in the usual manner yesterday. The banks and post office closed during the day and a num ber of business houses also closed their doors during the afternoon. Several din ners, in which the turkey played a con spicuous part, were given to friends by residents of this city. In the evening services were held in most of the churches. Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's father on Mission creek, George Latham, one of the pros perous young ranchmen of that section, was maaried to Miss Mamie Denny, Rev. H. S. Taft officiating. About one hun dred invited guests were present at the ceremony and partook of an elegant re past that was spread m honor of the event. Many rich and elegant presents were received by the young couple. The Enterprise joins witli the many friends the happy couple in wishing them a long and successful voyage in the matri monial bark. The attention «f the commissioners is again called to the almost impassable condition of the cut-off road to the Shields river, owing to the heavy grade wer the hill this side of Ferry creek. his grade makes it impracticable for ranchmen to banl a loaded wagon ove r this route during the summer without a four horse team, and at this season of the year even that is an impossibility. The steep grade on the north side of the hill covered with snow, which neither the wind or sun can affect, and travel has rendered it almost as smooth and difficult ascent as a toboggan slide. The old course of the road furnished a compara tively easy grade, and no false notion of economy should have permitted the change that lias been made. We trust the board will take some action at its meeting next week with a view to chang ing this route over Ferry creek or im proving tlfe grade. If tills is not done, the cut-off ofctd will have to be practic ablv abandoned during the winter. vacated in the lias of over List Rev. in rill the few in and Tlie gray and -Upon be near the the the being th e ap in of this as of j PERSONAL POINTS. - --- From Wedm sdayV Daily. David Griggs of Springdale is a visitoi in the city to-day. S. O. N. C. Brady of Meyersburg is a visitor in the city to-day. W. D. Pinkston, wife and child, of Horr, are among visitors in the city. Col. J. R. King of Billings is in the city on his return from a trip to Castle. J. E. Tansey of Mammoth Hot Springs was an arrival by last evening's Park train. Walter Goodall and H.C. Williams are in from Grassdale ranch on the Shields river. James Ennis of Springdale is attend ing to business matters at the county capital to-day. A. E. Owen, one of the successful saw mill operators of the upper Yellowstone, is in the city to-day. David Boerum departed for Helena was | j-^jg morn i n g as a representative from i p ar ij county to the mineral land conven and j tion in that city. I Conductor T. J. Laughlin and wife of les- j Helena arrived in the city this morning and i attend the ball to be given in the the re Miles block this evening. Sheridan, (Wyo.) Enterprise: Frank Alexander, who was here with a string of race horses during the fair, has lo cated at Livingston, Montana. H. W. McLaughlin, division superin tendent of bridges and buildings, came ; over from Missoula this morning to visit -1 his numerous friends and attend the on J grand opening ball this evening. in be for j Henry Klamer, formerly one of the 1 proprietors of the Cottage hotel at Mam 1 moth Hot Springs, is in the city. Mr* Klar 4,1 depart for the east to-night , ' -datives in Iowa, and may ex to visit r,. XT v , . . , , . , . -» New York state, tend his trip u, A. F. Hofer, Jr., Hofer & Sons, publisiu ' f the firm of A. F. ' -»re of tho Mc „ t «songer on Gregor, Iowa, News, was a p„ ^ this morning's Pacific express , r way to Tacoma, to join his broth.. Earnest in a business venture in that city. Harry Matheson, formerly engaged in mining at Emigrant, came down from that camp last evening and this morning returned to Helena. Mr. Matheson is engaged in mining operations near Ellis ton, and will represent that district and Emigrant at the mineral land conven tion at Helena. J ake Malin and Charles Sargent came down from the upper country last even ing, where Mr. Malin has been engaged in mining operations the past season. They will return to-morrow morning and Assayer Lawrence will accompany them for a brief visit to that section. Mr. Malin informs us that the Empire mine on Crevice mountain, owned by George O. Eaton, Al Treager and George Phelps, will prove one of the bonanzas of eastern. Montana, a sixteen foot vein of ore be ing exposed that assays S20 per ton. J. From Friday's Daily. Dr. R. D. Alton made a professional visit to Springdale to-day. William Ingersoll is in the city to-day from his ranch near Fridley. Jacob Flesh man, one of the prominent mine owners of Emigrant gulch, is in the city. Charles Burg made a trip to Timberline this morning to look after business inter ests there. A. T. French and Ambrose Fitzgerald came down on yesterday's Park train from Cinnabar. G. W. Wood, one of Big Timber's pro gressive citizens, is in the citv on business trip. Robert Glasgow was in the city yester day from his ranch on Allen creek, in the upper Yellowstone. Fay Ransom, Janies Ellsworth and a number of others attended the dance at Big Timber last night. C. B. Jones, a mine owner of Cooke, who lias been stopping in the city several days, leaves to-night for New York. Sam P. Panton, the genial traveling agent for Montana of the Equitable Life Assurance company, is in the city. James Howell and Joseph Meredith re turned yesterday from a successful hunt in the Belt range, having secured six black tail deer. Representative Charles II. Stebbins, who came over from Helena to spend Thanksgiving with Ins family, returned this morning to Helena. Senator James S. Thompson came over from Helena yesterday morning to spend Thanksgiving with his family. He re turned to the Stute capital this morning. Charles Glidden of Emigrant came down from that camp and went over to Helena yestesday as a representative at the mineral land convention, which con venes in that city to-day. William Hindman, one of the old timers of the Yellowstone valley, came down from Fridley last evening to secure medical attendance, one sido of his lace having become paralyzed. M. L. Gage, inspector for the land de partment of the Northern Pacific, who lias been inspecting lands in this section of Montana during the summer, went over to Helena this morning. List of Letters Advertised at Livingston, Montana, Nov. %5, 1889. Arthur, A M House, Freeman H Barlow, Blake Hawks, W A Brewer, A B James, Harry Brown, George F Lundstrom, Wm Bostrom, John K MeNicker, Wm Bowers, Willie Neelon, Patrick Crense, C Paiker, Mrs Alvin Duset, J Pollard, Wm Deurly, J Salir, Carl G Eaton, Wm L Snell, John <fc Bro Felenson,Jos Scheen, Patrick , Guest. John P Whan, D M Gallagher, Wm Walter, Mrs Hattie Persons calling for the above will please say "Advertised." S. M. Pahks. P. M. a to are per the 10 ing if ance and not buy, be other Merrill-Mclnerny. On Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, Rev. Father Coopuian of Bozeman joined in tilt bonds of matrimony Frank D. Mer rill of Helena and Miss Nellie L. Mc Inerny of this city, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. T. M. Mclnerny, north of die railroad track. Miss Kitty Mclnerny, a sister of the bride, and Mr. Louis Miller of Halena, acted as bridei j maid and groomsman. The wedding was private, no cards lieing issued, the cere mony taking place in the presence of a few relatives only. The bride was dressed in light green faille with Parisian bands and adorned with natural flowers only. Tlie bridesmaid wore a dress of goblin gray with natural flowers. The happy couple were the recipients of numerous and costly presents from their many friends. They took the ea>t boun d pas senger train for a short wedding trip, and -Upon their return on December 1st will be at home to their manv friends at their than weight, in Wall D is of claim, SE north, Sixth tiie of nesses George ville, j residence in Helena, where they will reside pennanentlv. Frank Merrill, the ! groom, is a prospérons young druggist of visitoi f Helena and is well laimi n here, having I formerly been engaged iu business in this is a of the Castle. Springs Park are Shields attend county saw Helena from conven of the Frank string lo came visit the the Mam Mr* ex F. Mc on ^ , r that in is and in Mr. 'many friends of the happy roupie in wishing them a long and prosperous voy age down the stream of life. Change is one of the irresistuble laws of nature, and fortunately the change is almost invariably for the better. As an instance of this, St. Patrick's Pills are fast taking the place of the old harsh and violent cathartics, because they are milder and produce a pleasanter effect, besides they are much more beneficial in remov ing morbid matter from the system and preventing ague and other malarious diseases. As a cathartic and liver pill they are almost perfect. For sale by J. E. Ferte, Livingston; Hatch Bros. & Co., Big Timber and R. E. Smith, Gardiner. Wanted In every town in the northwest, an agent to sell well advertised goods on a good commission. No trouble and big money. For particulars, address Q. D. Brav, P. O. box 203, Butte, Montana. Parents should be careful that tiieir children do not contract colds during the fall or early winter months. Such colda weaken the lungs and air passages, mak ing the child much more likely to conj tract other colds during the winter. It is this succession of cold^ that causes ca tarrh and bronchitis or paves the way for consumption. Should a cold be con tracted lose no time, but cure it as quickly as possible. A fifty cent bottle <>f Cham berlain's C'iugh Remedy will cure any cold in a few days and leave the respira tory organs strong and healthy. For sale by J. E. Ferte, Livingston; Hatch Bros. & Co., Big Timber, and R. T. Smith, Gardiner. How Hoes This Strike Von? Hefferlin Bros, are giving away one stew kettle worth SI with a 75 cent can baking powder One lantern worth $1 with a 60 cent can baking powder. One sled worth $1.40 with a 75 cent can bak ing powder. Our sleds will arrive about Nov. 30th. Every boy should have a new sled this winter. w-lt Hefferlin Bros, are headquarters for apples ; 400 bbls. choice winter apples for sa. Get prices before purchasing, wtf - old man, Sir. James Wilson of A hale m, t who is over sixty years Allen Spring T have in my time tried a of age, says: ", -> »ome of excellent great many medicine-., did I find any quality, but never before - all that is that would so completely do Cholic, claimed for it as Chamberlain's a Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. If truly wonderful medicine." For sale by J. E. Ferte, Livingston; Hatch Bros. & Co., Big Timber, and R. T. Smith, Gardi ner. SPECIAL MENTION. A new lot of Fargo's shoes at Mayne's. Swiss and Limburger cheese and Hol land herring at Krieger & Co's. a at Leave your orders with A. Mayne for groceries. Allan R. Joy advertises some special bargains in real estate. Call and investi gate. A. Mayne is selling ehallies at 4 cents a yard. Shoes to work in, shoes to walk in and shoes to wed in, at Mayne's. The best lime is furnished by the Liv ingston Lime Works. O. Mattson. Just received a mammoth lot of sample gloves at Mayne's. Satines 12*2 cents a yard at Mayne's; former price 18 cents. We need money and we need it badly, and it is yours that we want, so we pro pose to make it an inducement for you to deposit a small amount with us. We are now ready to make thirteen sizes of photographs, ranging in price from $2 per hundred to $20 per dozen. Best cabinets $2 and S3 per dozen. This offer holds good until Dec. 1st, or until we shall have moved to our new quarters in the Miles block. Benjamin & Tolhurst. Are von made miserable by indiges tion, constipation, dizziness, loss of appe tite, yellow skin? Shiloh's Vitulizer is a positive cure. J. E. Ferte. 2 Why will you cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10 cts., 50 cts. and $1. J. E. Ferte. 2 Engage your turkeys for Thanksgiv ing of Hefferlin Bros. They will receive about 60 dozen dressed turkeys this week. w-lt Choice coffees and teas a specialty at Krieger & Co's. "Haekmetack," a.lasting and fragrant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. J. E. Ferte. 2 For dyspepsia and liver complaint you have a printed guarantee on every Lottie if Shiloh's Vitulizer. It never fails to cure. J. E. Ferte. 2 The attention of property owners r invited to the list of standard fire iusur ance companies represented by A. R. Joy. Just received -a new invoice of ladies and gents' furnishings at Mayne's. Benjamin & Tolhurst will move into their new rooms in the Miles block about December 1st, and as they will not move the old negatives will offer duplicate cabinets at $2 per dozen until above date. The wav to make money is to save it. Hood's Larsaparilia is the most economical medicine to buy, as it iS the only medicine of which can trulv be said, "100 doses "one dollar." Do not take any other preparation if yon have decided to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla ' 5 " O. ROTÂI V a 40YALpowoi8 j ^ *AKIK0 POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tliis powder never varies. A marvel of parity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sola only in cars. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall St., N. Y. Full D esert land final proof. - notice for Publication. I'nited States Land Office, Bozeman, Montana. November Üb, 18SA. Notice is hereby given that Benjamin O. Forsythe of Mclvillej Park county, Montana, has filed notice of intention to make proof on his desert land claim, No. 347, for the N ! j of SE V,, SW of SE and S l / t of SW 'a of section 4, township 3 north, of range 13 east, before the judge ot the Sixth judicial district, or in his abs uce before tiie clerk of said court, on Monday, the i-lth dav of January, IdfM. He names the following wit nesses to prove the complete irrig tion and re ciamation of said land: John Rye, Peter 11. Rye, George nasUwl and ilalv ir Sanderson, nil of Mel ville, Fark county,'Montana. E. F. FERRIS, 1st pub. Nov. 30,1889) Register. 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