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tli' Milt- has n appointed post J.imc- A hhaugh. roii/n ( Chit ton li*n and Judge A. B H i ; -if Mm -i • -n w an; big \ Î-. itors in tli- < i \ tod iv A - rain vi: ited this sec tv i ' It >n IV - idicient however to t< :i '- i 1 y th • ( : n : • r* * < s i of |ii]<e for tiie Liv .list: : t ( Wat-rwork- company were re in. '.i liirli i- being placed along I V iPm-D aie streets. , disciples of I/.aak Walton, j ( 'iioni-sioner Lamport, F. William Bowen and J. S. ■j I up the Yellowstone this r •; d uv 's I lilting. . ii a- wit hin the past few days • o' oi dness and residence I tr in ■ i-'tion yesterday lie -to ' ,-tern capitalists, who :!ie coining season erect a , .'uieiiee and husiness houses. T .jipaa went oat this after a • tlie grade on the Shields r Kerry creek hill in order tit-vibh: for loaded vehicles vmter. Tlds i-s an improve \ ill he appreciated by the the Shields river valley, a commissioners have been . ■ 1 1 - j .il and county buildings ■ i il:, I them in good condition. . • Uo been looking over the a view of securing a suitable .\ 1 1 ii 1 1 to hold the next term of iimt. Fowlic's ball will prob iclected for this purpose. ■r Janes S. Thompson came over •lei,a li.is morning, where with • n-pu iilican members of the sen for two weeks been waiting for lot: ratic members to respond to • mnr's proclamation He ex belief that measures will shortly 1 upon by which an organization (footed and the wheels of state idn. Ih irv Brown, one of ti lie force em I ii 'VI : m timlx-ring the Muir tunnel , met w j t ii : i painful injury last i evening uy a r< >c k -.i-ie whicli caught ids left foot. ig -i severe contusion i if tiie a nkle. ii. r. . in-ought to tiii- city last eve nitig'. wilt re tin wound was dn eased b y Dr. Alton. tlie company physic ian. am 1 the imfoit mate man is resting comfortably wit!) :i ei-vpei't of sjieedy rei eovery. A rr. itigi incuts fur the Grill and ba: iquet given bv Uniform Ban U, Knigl Its of pvtl ia . in Fowlic's hall on Christmas eve. are progs - -sing favorably with indi eati > is for a most successful social event. Tfn Pillowing committees have lK.cn ap pointed : Arrangement C. K. Woods, ( . A. Ilurg. (Jen. T. Young, Il B. Morris, ]•;. H Tiilctitt, W. K. Thompson, F. Web sj( : ; invitation -H. Hichmond, l. liotb, Frink Whitney, Harvey Bliss, James Donovan, Morton Hatch; introduction an 1 mreption—A. W. Miles, Win. M. 'Pi ii.p-on, (ten. Gordon. Geo. H. A\ right, ('. A. Burg. Wui. I,id. John Skiilin, <•. W. Metcalf. Ik*nj. l' nier: decoration- I/ o Malm, Gus Ristenhatt. J. J. Burkey, it. B. Morris, il. S. Benjamin, William Hruz.a, Mitchell Askey; floor—C. U. Woods, J. ('. ('ilhilian, James Fowlic, Geo. Krii'dil. I. Doth, Lee Ei.-etiberg. Vru.a Monday's Daily. John Swanson is fencing his ....... nier of Lewi- and C stn y.u»\ .ry to erecting a residence ' ffiîüie't Clerk Emmons this m ruin ini .i iiKirri iuc license to Timothy .' M;.- ( arric Starkey, both i lots on etc, pro tlu-reou. Li.-li Red Lodge. Oti- Button, tlie upper Yellowstone hunter, came in v\ i t i I a bear skill this mania:;, for which lie received from District Clerk Emmons a bounty warrant for $2. Tlie furniture and fixtures for the Liv ing, ton dub were ordered today by the committee having the matter in charge. It will lie punished by HoSsum & Ander son nf Helena. V work train and a force of laborers v.npiayid in placing tie ia line west of the city, to alona tlx llosf in a tb< i 11IV. Mi IM a -ti ui of Lakcl vs. Hefferlin iic. upic l the time of Justice oral days last week, resulted in favor of the defendants for the suit. D uiald made final proof bo ;c di-trict clerk this morning for in stead entry near Red Lodge. He ■ompanied by J. R. Dilwortli and 'ohnan as witnesses. ! i - was arraigned in Justice lb i n t Saturd iv evening oncom uf his wife, charging him with and battery, lie was fined $20 K in default of which lie was re 1 to iail. • ha Joseph Griffith was arrested yesterday hy IVj uty Sheriff Jackson and arraigned he; •; v Justice Red field this morning on a charge of disturbing the peace. He I'bailcl guilty, was lined $10 and costs, "hich he paid and was discharged. The partitions for the rooms to be oc cupied hy the Livingston club have been l>"t in and t u- werk of plastering begun tu i iy. The committee having the matter 1,11 large are pushing the work in order • ' have cv.'i, tiling in readiness for occu l*»»<'y at tin' earliest -late. i ! ' i * iv -of tlie National Park bank (*h ie arranged by reducing the "''B' b of the lobby and enlarging the j • .kei pei,'department. This is a de Gwl imp; . i aunt, as it not only gives mt fiirni -lies better light " r ti'" tr—a -lion of business in that 1 .vo C. 1 - ■- were tried before Police ' .i.-o iti llo-loii! this morning. David L-fters, who i- an old offender, was ; i!ti l guilty of disturbing the peace and fo'"! $.25. including cu t. A charge plain drunk whs brought against John Tltf nson. who pleaded guilty and was ' -714. fine and costs. In default of i: »ynicTif, both were placed in charge of ' ] :| J Templeton, who will board them ; tlie line is being worked out upon h< ;fr.. ts. ; Tlie coal mines nt Timber '•' arc now in full blast. Hon. C. W. ! ■ : *!'i in H .< about 150 men employed " * hie vein is about four and a half biick, and the coal, as everyone 1 a o i- of an excellent quality, dis ■'' 'tig anything in that line that has 11 ado I e n found in Montana. 'The " ' 'K r< a lily in any market, and the e to meet ilit* demand which I com various locations throughout Tii tli Goilr*r for the water works com* llv, '4 yesterday and has been put in thr company's building at Liird street. It will be util* possible in operating the "tick • ' i * " 'Yti n- >iu 's planing mi l. (O') /,.« '• ''loved across Hie street to urn . ' Mfl boiler. The machinery Wh, Vi ' 1 • ."■ ;u '' ! ia sinking the large started in *tahhhg that locality for the trätet supply. It iâ the I dig li'i' "'< II to a sufficient r.v :'.i 11 :i J ilc water .-up; iv to ;na 1 made for fire or -t! -;-r ia • : any o.-nna i par 'J »oses. t rum Tuesday's Daily. Another carlo iJ of pipe for tbe write works company was received .this morn ini'. post I). Horne in the opening nj> a Kennelly Inuld B inL r , .vi. The 1 I'ining the court li iu.se. i-ii-'> of tiie Baptist society will in corn! act a bazar and oyster supper in the near lut ure, the jilaee and date yet to be 1. sec arrange« to Chari *s Bovvers, who h is been spend ing the past week in Helena and this Liv city, ret timed 'o Cinnabar this n;oning re F. j S. this days lie who j a . j j the the of for to ex to attend to o] W. W ■.(■lit! at the coal mine: Tr over fron went up nauager of the partition com 11 izem an t! ; i s morn to Mammoth Hut up to Lmigrant, •sts. He as eating the onveution •in a Dr. the of M. <•. U. Georg" Yellowstm pauy. cam ing an 1 Springs. E. C. Ro - Iris resigned his position as department foreman in the Northern Pa cific shop.- in this city and will remove to Helena to accept a position in the com pany's roil n I house there. Dr. W. T. Collins was this morning awarded tlie contract by the county com missioners for furnishing the < cunty poor with medical attendance and medicine during the coming year Da $!,20U. Harry Hatheson came over limn Helena this morning am where he Inis mining inti sisted Charles Glidden in i district at the recent min at Helena. A mining hnn 1 has been filed with County Clerk Deutsch by which Frank A McCrcllis conveys to Stewart L. Moore of St. Paul a one-third interest in the Triangle lode, in the New World district, for a consideration of $1,135. The firm of E. Goughuour & Son, lumber dealers at Big Timber, has been dissolved, Mr. E. Goughnour retiring from business at that place to devote his exclusive attention to his lumber trade in Livingston and his sawmill operations in the upper Yellowstone. Alton Sherman is erecting a steam power saw mill on the head waters of Suce creek in the upper Yellowstone. A force of men have been engaged for several days past in cutting logs, and by the time the mill is finished a sufficient quantity of timliei will he on hand to commence operations. Col. 1) .v i 1 Noble lias sold the follow ing properties in the New World district to Stewart L Moore, N. C. Thrall and C. A. Clark of St. Paul, for a consideration of $2,000: Treadwell Extension, Little Granite (Quartz lode, Horn Silver lode. Mui llower, one-third of the Gold Leaf and om-Uali of the Mountain View. The deed was filed with the county clerk yesterday. Babcock & Milos are removing their stock of hardware to their elegant m3w quarters in the Miles block. They will occupy the ground floor, 20x140 feet, and a im c-nient of equal size. Tiie store room is finished in hardwood gia pine, and when stoi lied large line of shelf goods will tlie handsomest in Montana. and Geor witii their be one of d h on icen The following official bond filed with County Clerk Deutsch: Chas. Tappaii. county surveyor, $1,000, with J. C. Vilas and .M. Hot!) sureties; Thomas 8. Carter, public administrator, $10,000, with D. P. Rankin, \V. E. Thompson and A. It. Joy as sureties; E. J. Kinney, con stable of Horr precinct, $2,000, with R. • T. Smith and C. B Scott as sureties; J. E. Hughes, justice of the peace for Horr, $2,000, with George H. Carver and Chus. Angus as sureties. Hensley Bros. A Co., who own the Yol low-ti me mine arid smelter at Castle, con template organizing a Mock company for the operation of the property. It is pro posed to issue 500,000 shares of st< ok with a market value of 15 cents per share. The smelter, mine and two mill sites of five acres each, valued at $75,000, will be turned over to the company. This is one of the paying mines of Castle, the output of which was smelted and shipped to eastern reduction works during the past season, realizing a handsome profit, notwithstanding the heavy expense for freights. John A. Buchan has rt tinn as superintendent of bridges an 1 buildings on this divisi ai of the Northern i'aeitic and will remove with his family to Missoula. .Mr. BuClian has made many friends during his residence in Livingston who will wish him success in his now ti T 1 of labor. He will be siiecee led at this place I v D. A. Long, who has been in tin* employ >f the company for several, 1 vt ,. irs ' ' a to at of From Wednesday's Daily. The county commissioners have se cured the Fowlie hall, for a rental of $fi0 for each term of court, to be used by the district judge. James Latta, arrested in this city last summer by Sheriff Templeton on a charge of horsestealing, was convicted yesterday in the district court at Bozeman. William B. Dutton of Boulder was joined in Hymen's bonds to Miss Laura Tunnel), at the residence of tlie bride's parents on Missson creek today. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. W. Van Ingen of St. Andrews Episcopal church, this city. At the close of the session yesterday the county commissioners tendered to County Clerk Deutsch a vote of than!* for the prompt and efficient manner in which he had conducted the business of his office, and the accurate manner in which he had recorded the proceedings. The dynamos for the electric lightleted are being placed in position in then oji pany's building at the foot of B rives, today. The building is now comp than and everything in readiness to begi plan eration as soon as the engine ar com which will probably be not later shoe the 25th inst. Work on the ditches of the wat^r works company is progressing rapidly, a large force of men being employed upon them. A portion of the ten-inch pipe lias been laid along'Gcyser and Main streets, and with favorable weather tlie new year will find Livingston with a complete and efficient water service. A robbery was recently committed at the Bramble bouse in Big Timber, tin* thief securing $100 from the money drawer in the hotel office and $40 from a lady's trunk. No arrests _ have yet been made, but the officers think they have located the guilty parties and will spaa' uo efforts to secure their arrest. M. M. Russell, who sojourned in this city several months during the past season, was arrested at Bozeman Sunday on a charge of graml larceny, and brought to Livingston On Monday evening he was arraigned before Justice Hosford, waived examination and was held in $2,500 bonds for Ids appearance at the next term of district court, of bail he was taken to jail, offense is the taking of Int^my^-of be is be the the of ley in I tenon. In default Ilis alleged roods from the dore -ac.T. w itor the up to -;-r a will the be this the Hut as the as Pa to in in C. I he board of county commissioners a ; e.nrncit :• r the -e -n n last evening and " o: n d ii i ok in. r tic city with a view to -:•!• t;ng >ite fur a court house. Those memoi rs who cannot think for themselves or who desire to shield un official acts behind an alleged legal opin ion will probably be accompanied by the county attorney. Curtis B. Chittenden and Miss Hannah C. Hicks were married at the residence of Judge A. B. Ilicks at Mission this morning, Rev. W. C. Van Ingen officiat ing. The groom is a prominent stock grower of Mission, and the bride a sister of A. B. ILieks. The happy couple de parted by this morning's express for a visit to the Pacific coast. The Exteh J'RIse joins in congratulations. The committees for the third annual hall to be given by the Knights of Labor, in the opera house on New Years eve, have been appointed and are engaged in the work of perfecting arrangements. It is the intention to have this ball eclipse any previous one given by National Park assembly, and no effort will be spared On Arrrnge of that can contribute to its success. Ful lowing are the committees: merits—\V. T. Field, L. S. Lahm, O. Em in us, \V. H. Burton, George T. Young, James Donovan, Hugh McElroy,-O. M. Ileffcrlin, W. B. Altinius. Invitation— L. C. La Barre, Samuel Hosford, Dr. S hlbrcde. L. S. Lahm. James Monaghan, Patrick Gilbov. Lee Morris. Reception and In troduction— R. C. Thomas, M ini fred Mason, Louis Savoy, \V. F. Kirby, Wm. Ilefferlm, Frank Irvine, Joseph An nard ia. Decoration—-Samuel Sherk Swan Larson, Peter Wendel, Hans Mal sted, II. 15. Beaman, John Summerville. Floor Managers—Charles Gamier, Pat Gilbov, Geo. T. Young, James Donovan, L. S. Lahm, Dr. Sehlbrede, O. M. Ileffer iin, Wm. Hruza. From Thursday's Daily. George Knight has removed to the Leo Kahn residence on west Park street. The pleasant weather of the past lew weeks was succeeded last evening by a slight snow storm. Work has been commenced upon the blacksmith and plumbing establishment of W. W. Ncveulieisen, on lower Main street. John -Tones, who was recently com mitted to jail in default of a tine for as sault and battery, is again at liberty, hav ing secured the money and paid his tine and costs. An Od I Fellows' lodge will be insti tuted :it Bed Lodge on the 128th of this mouth. About fifteen members of the oiilcr will go from this city to assist in organization and installation of the offi cers. County Treasurer Wright reports taxes as coming in very slowly. Taxpayers should bear in mind that after this month a peualty of 10 per cent, will be added on all unpaid taxes an 1 govern themselves accordingly. Tlie work of laying the mains for the water company is progressing rapidly, the Main street pipe being nearly com pleted to Park. This afternoon the ditch will be dug connecting Main and Second streets, and the pipe laid Hierin tomo row. A dispatch to the Helena Independent says: News comes from tl.e Horr mine that a man named Long was killed at the mines Saturday by licit g caught under mass of falling rock. Nothing is known a> to whether he has friends or relatives in Montana. Major James Murphy, who has been canvassing the city the past two weeks in the interest of Mark Twain's book, "A Yankee in King Arthur's Court," has fin 1 1 labors and is now delivering the work to subscribers. From here he goes to Billing.; to make his delivery of books there. The county commissioners yesterday concluded, after looking over the city for a court house site, to select a locatioa on the north side of the railroad. They ac cordingly iustiuuted the county attorney to investigate the title and secure the transfer and report at the next special session of the board. Constable A. F. Kavanaugh last night arrested Joseph Kusey in this city on a charge of having committed the recent robbery in the Bramble hotel at Big Timber. He was taken to that place, where his preliminary examination will be held today before Justice Lee. A. J. Campbell of this city has been retained to defend Ku.-ey. Henry Stiles met with a severe injury at Mullierin creek Tuesday. He was en gaged in hauling lumber for E. Gough nour, and while descending a steep grade was thrown from his wagon, the wheels of which passed over Ins left arm. badly fracturing it. He was brought to tlie New York house in this city, where Drs. Alton & Smith set the broken limb. Preparations are progressing favorably for tlie grand social ball and banquet to be given on Christmas eve by tlie Uniform Rank of Knights of Pythias. No effort is being spared that will in any manner contribute to the success of the occasion, and as this is the first public entertain ment given by the order, it promises to be the grand social event of the year. David Teeters, an old offender against the law, who was recently fined and com mitted to jail to work out the amount on the streets, made a break for liberty to day, while employed on Muiu street, and succeeded in eluding the officers and making good his escape. If this move of Teeters', results in his permanent ab sence it will prove advantageous to tlie city. The glove contest .between Frank Sliep ley of Helena and Charles Clawson of Livingston, for $250 and gate receipts, to take place at tlie opera house Saturday evening, is creating considerable interest in sporting circles not only here but at Helena. The fight promises to be an ex citing and interesting one, aS botli men 3 evenly matched and will make a stubborn contest for the stakes. The engine for the electric light com panv came in last night among west bound freight, but through mistake was carried through and a carload of hay sidetracked in its stead. As soon as the error was discovered a telegram was sent and the engine stopped at Helena, from which place it will be returned. The other machinery is all in place, and as soon as tire engine arrives and can be placed in position tlie company will be in readiness to inaugurate its system. PERSONAL POINTS. From Monday's Daily. 8. F. Forney came in from Cascade today. I). G.,Wilkinson of Emigrant is v vis itor in the city. County Commissioner H. J. Hoppe made a business trip to Helena this morning. G. Olesou of Cokedalc was a visitor in the city today. C. W. Anderson returned this morning from a bu^nftss trip to the state capital. Associate Justice E. N. Harwood came up from Billings on the Pacific express today. fh T J J S J E J M A J W L it» * ■ » from a monui 8 v*sit to his ranch ou uppe I Shields ftfflt. and view house. for un opin the Hannah this officiat stock sister de for a annual Labor, eve, in It eclipse Newton Lilly, who has been sojourning in the city the past few days, returned to his home in the Upper YeTow.stone this morning. A marriage license was to-day issued by District Clerk Eimnons to C. B. Chit tenden and Miss Hannah Hicks, both of Mission. Mrs. L. C. LaBarre and three youngest daughters departed yesterday morning for a six months' visit to friends m Iowa and eastern states. Thomas P. McDonald came up from Red Lodge this morning to prepare for J making final proof of his homestead entry j before the district clerk on Monday. J. II. Conrad, president of tlie Park Coal and Coke company, came up from Billings this morning and went to Horr to look after the business of the company there. C. J. Swanson and family, who have resided in Missoula county the past year, returned to Livingston yesterday. Mr. I ] Park ! Swanson has accepted a position as tinner spared j with Babcock & Miles. ! Thomas E. Goodwin of Helena, who j has been looking over the city the past few days, returned to Helena today. He is favorably impressed with Livingston's future and intends purchasing lots and erecting a residence in the spring. Ful Em M. Dr. ini Kirby, An Mal Pat Leo lew a the Main com as hav tine insti this the in offi taxes the com the in "A fin the goes for on ac the a Big J. en tlie to to on to of to at a as be in From Tuesday's Daily. II P. De Hart, manager of Thompson Bros.' merchandise store at Cokedulc, is in the city today. Frank Bliss and S. R. Roberts of Big Timber were arrivals by the Pacific ex press this morning. Engineer James Martin has resigned bis position with the Northern Pacific j and will shortly depart for Mexico. Senator James S. Thompson returned to lleleca this morning, prepared to at tend to legislative duties in case an or ganization is effected. F. G. Church, who has held a position as clerk in the master mechanic's office, and H. W. Holloway, locomotive fireman, started for Tucson, Arizona, this morn ing. J. F. Faulkner, stock adjuster for tlie Northern Pacific, came in from Helena this morning to settle with S. L. Holliday and others for stock killed on the com pany's road. A. L. Love, who has been visiting rela tives and friends in this city, returned to his home in Jefferson county this morn ing. Mrs. Love will remain in Livings ton several weeks longer. H. 8. Potts, of the firm of Potts & Webster, returned from St. Paul this morning, where he has been interesting capital in the real estate and mining property of Park county. From Wednesday a Daily. A. F. Kavanaugh of Big Timber is among visitors in tlie city today. M. T. Williams of Hoir was an arrival by last evening's train. P. ('. Robinson departed this morning for Missoula for an absence of several days. A. J. Edsall came down from Emi grant last evening and this morning went over to Bozeman. F. S. Webster departed this morning for Minnesota to visit friends and rela tives at liis old home. Lieutenant Edwards of Camp Sheridan came down from Hie Park bist evening and is sojourning in the city. Frank Fisher, who is located at Boze man as fireman on the Northern Pacific, is in the city visiting relatives and friends. E. C. Ross went to Helena today for a temporary sojourn, having accepted- a position in the Northern Pacific round house in that city. J. II. Conrad, president of the Park Cojff and Coke company, returned last evening from Horr and went to Billings. He reports the company's ovens at Horr in successful operation. II. II. Horton, the attorney of St. Paul, Minnesota, who represents a company of capitalists of that city who have recently purchased mining property at Cooke, is in the city, ne has just returned from a visit to that camp, whither he went to look after mining interests. From Thursday's Daily I). P. Rankin of the upper Yellowstone was in the city today. E. Lamartine made a business trip to Helena this morning. J. C. Duncan of Mission is in the city on a business visit today. Commissioner George T. Lamport re turned to Red Lodge this morning. C. P. Thompson, a Castle merchant, is among visitors in tlie city today. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everett returned this morning from a tour of the Pacific coast. Joseph Reed, of the hotel firm of Reed & Williams at Castle, and a prominent mine owner of that district, is in the city. Mrs. Cal Swift, who lias been visiting in the city the past two days, returned to her home in the upper Yellowstone this morning. Joseph Corson has accepted a position with M. T. Williams as cook at the Cin nabar hotel, and departed for that place this morning. W. F. Sheard weDt to Helena this morning to purchase carpet for the rooms of the Livingston club, he having been delegated to attend to that business by the executive board. I A 1) C A i M J J D S E A S W C O J A E P W W A D J W II VV S C. F. M. Tinling, traveling agent for the Chicago & Northwestern railroad, is in the city today visiting his brother and looking after business in the interest of the company he represents. STNOPSIS OF PROCEEDINGS Of tlie Hoard of County Commissioners, Regular Session. in \Vm H. Dec!add, in Frack Henrv fees in district court......J E i> Cornier," jod^e of election............ D 1 Donovan, " " •••%........ D N Ely, " " ............ T F Allen, " ............ J S Stuff, " " ............ S Deutsch, expense account.............. A Landt, judge of election................. J C Vilas, " " ................ S 5i Nye, " " ................ D Holmedge, special conti actor.......... H B Beaman, hauling ballot box.......... Hefferlin Bros, merchandise.............. LC LaBarre, marshal.................... VV' G Atkinson, judge of election.......... Geo W Parker, witness .................... Geo Gros, court stenographer............ D K Buchanan, deli verm" registry books. O S Hefferlin, rent for polling place...... Howe Bros, furniture..................... John II Dzirrnni, witness.................. John L DeHart, clerk of election......... Hugh McAdams, " " ......... Dan Fraser, witness..................... W TCollins, juror........................ John J Fraser, witness.................... Samuel Jackson, " .................... Nicholas Uotman, witness................ SS Marshall, election.................... J F. Gustine, pol ing place............... Daniel O'Snea, judge of election.......... M J Liddell, mileage...................... BaDcock * Miles, mdse................... Journal Publishing Co, printing......... E Goughnour lumber................... J C McCartney, rebate tax................ M T Williams, registry agt................ A Freeman, clerk of election............. Thom nson Bros, mdse.................... J H Conrad & Co, supplies for election.. Pat Tierney, rebate on license............ John Cliffo'rd, fees probate judge......... Eva 51 Hunter, visiting schools......... George Hubbard, judge of election —... Chas O Bowlen, clerk " ....... W II Duke, repairs for jail................ L II Henry, registry agt................... 'jttstice fees............ house plans.......... 10 00 6 00 e oo fi 00 3 00 9 00 13 S5 0 00 (i (X) 6 00 3 00 3 50 2 20 9 (X) 6 00 1 50 ft! 33 20 00 10 00 10 50 1 50 3 00 « 00 1 50 3 0 1 50 1 50 1 50 -3 Oil 9 00 3 (XI 10 00 29 ft) 2 « 00 30 00 11 98 5 00 93 00 ö 00 7 S) 13 25 15 00 34 75 «y '--Ô :J t*> M S L the 2G and 13 and j; Dei » Clias ,vi .reneriH, constable............... •> uo i I h Poormto, *ttorney fees.-........ 25 uo j p •» .Ji I • : «» i : W ! ut'» « i }£i to this Chit- j of | Iowa from for J Leo Kah j to Mr. ■o Gross, court A Tiiiv.i :■_-••. r -tnnosrapher J B Smith, witDP?s. ...... ...... 3 IK» John Uanat, interpreter.............. 3 IK) h \\ Parker, clerk ot election......... 3 (»> O E Latnphfer " ......... 3 00 Pierce Hoopes, reliato tax.............. 5 lb T U smith, reliate tax J M Wells...... :i U» Babcock & Miles, merchanflise........ HS 70 O P Templeton, conrt fees............. " " keeping jail............ ... m 80 ... 273 00 " " boarding prisoners.____ .. 91 G 60 " " expenses............. 6 00 " criminal work.......... ... 53" I Carver Mercantile Co, merchandise...... ] H L Collins, swearing officers of election labor____.'..................... court fees. who past He and H Sanderson, clerk ol election.......... 3 Oil George T Young, coal.................. 5 60 SUN C Brady, judge of election........ 3 iX) S 11 Ni-siii't, clerk of election.......... 3 00 Tbos Ii Smith, " " ......... 3 00 J E Swindieburst, judge of election____ 9 00 Otto Kreiirer, witness.................. 1 50 M S Ballinger, making booths.......... .. .5 95 Otto Kreiirer, wi ness................... . 1 50 J S Dunivui, judge of election.......... S IX» S M Wetzstein, rent court room........ .. 100 00 J VV Patton, constable.................. 3 80 " " witness.................... 1 50 Orlando Emmons, fees................... 5 10 " " stamps............. 1 IX» L S Price, clerk of election............ 3 00 E T Lamb, witness...................... 1 50 I R VV Tanner, witness................... 1 50 E T Tanner, juror....................... 1 50 A T Wright, election.................... 3 00 James Kelley, witness.................. 1 .'»o W G Chase, wood....................... 5 (>o j is Big ex at or tlie to & is a a a I) I* Van Horne, expenses............ Geo T Chambers, mdse............ Samuel Hosford, justice fees........ Walter M Hoppe, ûxiiur polling piac s L Hollidav. rebate tax.............. Thomas Jones, witness.............. it I) Alton........................... Gordon Bros, lumber, etc............ Hannah Hanson, witness............ A L Nichols, juror.................. Wm De Moss, witness................ N Hoffman, " ................ Thomas Mcl.anghlin, witness........ W L Shawk, juror.................... A T, K ichols, " Y".Y" .'. Y.. Y'.! James Fowlie, att'y fees ............. J lî SwiiHllehiirst. juror .............. S L Holliday, registry agt ............ Soo Hoo Wing, witness ............. J O Sax, stationery................... A Crooaijuist, stationery............. erk of election. TIiob Shorthill, constable.......... C W Savage, supplies jury......... S H Nesbitt, clerk of election..... L S Price, " " ..... Chas C Bowlen, clerk of election. A Freeman, " " Geo J Conrad, " 11 WD McClellan, " " G W Baker, * : " E E Fowler, " Jake L DeHart, " " Wm 1' Burton, " " George Latham, " " E A Grace, " " P Baxter, " " David Boerum, " " II Jacob Miller, " " Wm H Liri/.ey, " " Clias H McClimg " " Tims II Lewis " " W A Donahoo, •* " Ed W Parker, " '* Jtobt Mitngall, " Harry Sanderson, < Henry Williams, " " .. X C Green, " " .. W L Shawk, B E Wheaton, " " Jos W Bailey, *• " A G Hatch, " " .. T s Thompson, " " F M Mounts, " " FM McGuire, " " Ewald Uofnjan, " " .. Walter V Graunis, clerk of election.. C d Dabney, " " Frank Keller, " F O Maerdian, *' " A A Iticli, " " Chas M Lovely, " " John Harrell, " 11 TUos S Smith, " " H J Chittenden, " " T F Allen. judge " I E ll-ynes, " 1) X Ely, " " Charles Patterson, " " John S Dnniveri, " " Geo Hubbard, " " Dari O'Shea, " " . Edward Kent " " A J Westfall " *■ Wm W right " " 1) A Griggs " " W F McLeod " C A GUlott " il A II la-lone " *■ John Locke " " i- F Baker " " M Both " " J S Stuff " '' S.M.Nve " J C Vilas " " D I Donovan " " Albert Schmidt " " Adam Troutman " " _ Leigh it Beardsley, judge of election. S O N t" Brady, " ____ E M Sybert, " " .... George M Coe, " " .. . A 11 Gray, " " .. . George Colpitis. " .... Ainbrose Fitzgerald -' 1 ' .... Cha-< Sargent. " " VV 1) Carpenter, " ' S S I'.rrct, " " ____ John Howell, " " — Eugene Loug, " " ____ W D l inuston, " " — Walter Hoppe, " " — W VV' Bean, " '* .... W11 Williams, " " .... Henry Cain, " " — C C Aekelmire, " " — O E Lamphear, •* " — J E Sv,indleliUist, " " ---- Don L Willard, " " — A Lundt, " -t — E 1) Conger, " " — W G Atkiiicon, " " — Hugh McAdams, " " .... P M Wheaton, " " — W Hansord, " " — W A Harrison, " " .... ThosT Prather " " — Harvey Bliss " " .... William B Bram '.de " " — Joseph VV Vestal " " — Newton Budd " " ---- A J ltiuglesby " " — D Y Dougherty " " — Wm Ingersoll " " — Edward P Wilbur " " George J Batchelor " " — David C Lilly " " — J E Gustine " " — Tbos D Tregloan " " — W II Francis " " — Henry E Hingston " " — II E Adam " " .... VV r P Franklin " " — John Shearlock " " — S S Marshall " " — Andrew 51 Clark " " — Harry Fargo 1 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 3 00 3 00 1 50 g5 00 Xîo i>) 1 50 »3 75 1 51 S 30 5 fi5 1 go 1 50 :l 00 :t l*i ;i on :i Oo :i (« J oo a 00 :i 00 3 oil 3 00 "" CO 3 (M I H on 3 00 ! : 3 00 j 3 Oil 3 00 j 3 ml a io i i ! 3 no 3 no :j on :l IK) 3 Ol 3 on 3 00 3 (O •j no 3 00 3 00 3 0 3 oo 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 no 3 00 3 IK) George J Allen " " 3 00 M S Ballinger " " 3 00 Thompson Wright " " 3 00 S B Wyman " " 3 00 Harrv'Gassert " " 3 oo L M Searight " " 3 IX) Frank Bennett " ' 3 04 DP Guest " " 3 00 Ordered that tlie boundary of school district No, 3 he changed as recommended hy School bti perintendent Mrs. Eva M. Hunter as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the west bank of the Yellowstone river, one mile south of the line between townships 3 and 4 sortth: then southerly following the mean delinks of said river to a point where it intersects the line between town ships I and 5 south; thence due west along said line to the west boundary line of the county: thence northerly along said boundary line to a point thereon due west of the place of beginning: thence due east to said place of beginning. Ordered that the boundaries of school district 2G lie changed as recommended bv School Super intendent Mrs. Eva M. Hunter as follows, to-wit: Bee-inning at a point one mile nortli of the base line in township 1 N., range 10 east, between sections 81 and 36: thence due east to eastern boundary of section 36; thence south to tlie Yel lowstone river: thence southerly following tlie meandering of tlie river to a point where it inter nets tile line betw een sections 27 and 28 in town ship 1 south, range 10 east; thence due west to a point between sections 31 and 86; thence due nortli to place of beginning. Ordered that school district No. 27 be estab lished as recommended by School Superin tendent Mrs. Eva M. Hunter, with the following boundaries : All the country east of ^the Yellow stone river. between Dry creek and Tepee creek. Bids for medical and surgical aid at poor house and jail and at ail points in the county of Park were received from Drs. VV . T. Collins, R. 1). Al ton, J. It. emith, Geo. VV. Munroe and VV. L. Shawk. Resolved that the matter of dispute between school districts Nos. 12 and 13 be settled accnrd ,g to recommendation and resolution of county iperintendent of schools, as follows: We request the trustees of school district No. 13 to divide equally tlie taxes of D. VV. Ellis' stock and ranch with district No. 12. Board adjourned until next day at 9 a. m. S. DEUTSCH, Conntv Clerk aud Recorder. is of List of Letters Advertised at Livingston Montana, Dec. 9, 1889. Artentch. Elias Marsh, Joseph Alexander, Mrs Kate Murphy, Miss Mary E j; a March, W A Brown, Geo O Connell, Thomas Biles. Lee Plase, Miss Nora Bransen, i> II Parker, Newell Cowan, E C Oneen, Clias Dixon. Miss Maggie Ryan, Miss Maiy Dei so. q> a Ritter, Miss M À Fleishman, Jacob Stillman, Ed Hill. E G B Schulte, Frank (2) Irwins, Wm Smith, Geo A Keister, J S Smith, Miss Lou II Lincoln, Y C Tyrrell, Edgar H Lemon, F J (2> Person • calling for the above will please - "Advertised." S. M. Parks, P. M y ; N, in sei ai, at if as of i 1 ! I I I ten j ! j i jyrice OO j p p of for fail i and the I • ' * r • vv» i„„ n VTi-nrcnv i ingston Lime W orks. U. Mattson. c " ! Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath j --------.4 «._ ai-iAh Catarrh Remedy.] jj SPECIAL MENTION. Swiss and Limburger cheese and Hol land herring at Krieger A Co's. The bast lime is furnished by the Lrv O. Mattson. yseaspicji,. bj Shiloh's Price 50 cents. Nasal injector free; 1 3 IK» 3 IK) 3 (»> 3 00 5 lb :i U» HS 70 m 80 273 00 G 60 6 00 53" Tintypes! Tintypes! At Park street Croup, whooping cough and bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. J. E. Ferte. 1 Sleeple. that terri the remed Shiloh's is sold bv nights, cough for vou. >ie lade miserable by Shiloh's Cure is J. E. Ferte. I 3 Oil 5 60 3 iX) 3 00 3 00 9 00 1 50 .5 95 1 50 S IX» 100 00 3 80 1 50 5 10 1 IX» 3 00 1 50 I 1 50 1 50 3 00 1 .'»o 5 (>o j Cough and Consumption Cure us on a guarantee. It cures consumption. J. E. Ferte. t Engage your turkeys for Thanksgiv ing of iieiferlin Bros. They will receive about (50 dozen dressed turkeys this week. vv It ; Choice coffees and teas a specialty at Krieger A C'o's. That hacking cough can be so quickly [ cured hy Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee ! it. J. Ê. Ferte. 1 Benjamin wishes to remind you that Christmas is coming and that the most | suitable present for your liest friend ' would be a neat photo of yourself. Call ; and see the latest. Park st. gallery, j For Shiloh's P J. E. Ferk lame back, side or chest, use .is Plaster. Price 25 cents. 1 1 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 3 00 3 00 1 50 00 i>) 1 50 75 1 51 S 30 5 fi5 1 go 1 50 :l 00 l*i ;i on Oo (« oo 00 00 oil 00 Furnished Rooms to Let 1 have four l furnished rooms to let to desirable lodg-1 ers at my residence on Main street, north : of railroad track. Furnishings new and i complete. Miss. Mary E. Harmon. | dAw-lt* ^^ ^ ill you suffer with liver complaint ? Shiloh guaranteed to cure vom J. dyspepsia and s Vitalize! - is E. Ferte. 1 ! Benjamin & Tolimrst 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 82 per dozen until above date. Shiloh's Vitalizes constipation, loss < and all symptoms 75 cents per bottle. what you need for appetite, dizziness | >!' dyspepsia. Prie J. E. Feite. 1 The wav to make moin»y is to ?avo it. Hood's Lursaparilla i. the most economical medicine to buy, as it i* tlie only medicine of which can truly he said, "1(H) doses one dollar." l)o not take any other preparation if yon have decided to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla * 5 We need money and we need it badly, and it is yours that wo want, so we pro pose to make it an inducement for you j to deposit it small amount, with us. We | are now ready to-rnake thirteen sizes of j photographs, ranging in price from 82 1 per hundred to 6'2< per dozen. Best cabinets 82 and •■?.'> per d von. This offer | holds good until Dec. 1st, or until wo j shall have moved to our new quarters in i the Miles block. "" Bln 1 man. .ouïe ,v .mix w 31r. James Wilson of 111., who is over sixty years •I have in my time tried a Heines, sont- of excellent • er before did I lind any : completely do all that is j as Chamberlain's Cholic, 1 A half Aden Springs, of age, says: great many m< quality, but tit that would so claimed for it Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. If is a truly wonderful medicine.'' For sale by J. E. Ferte, Livingston: Hatch Bros. A Co., Big Timber, and R. Smith, Gardi ner. N° CO -Nidi, e is hen >v _iv« i that the fu! linmOcrcfl v. ni* .'tits wiil he paid o:i at my office. kI inter.*.-' will cea ■ Road fnncl rni.cin. —350. ri'i :. ( out i r ;• " r 't VV. WEIGHT * 'oiinty i reasurer Prom mv r< r ili i.ee in Livimrsti n, . 10. a white c r.v with y ■fi spots m !, branded rc on left l.i p, or*.' horn A siiitaiib y rewai'.tu ion that 11 be- paid - ill lead to 1UIJN ..! iTTSUX. Dec. 11, 1359. nr him (M I TV SSOLI TIOA NOT! i 'i [•'—The prirtncrshi]) i on Ii. Gou Lrlinour A: bon i • lier, by dis. oDcd 1 00 ! : i ut i -ai con - nt, .1. L. ( « mi _ ;lim>ui' continio'n;^ li 00 j 1?ns ' l wiiom h ii aci ii nay ail «h-ht.- . •Glints should be pa! Oil r. .j . OOI'iÜiMd'H, . \j. GortiiiNor k. 00 j ]' ■ ; Tim In .'i'. Dec. 1, Gccli 3t ml io fOTICE FUI. PIT*!. ! Bozeman. Maef., i onrt, or i:. bis ;;i>seuc • h. r r i .mrt. at Living: -ton. .Vi ii! *.n i, «ei A ; ah nary T 1 ' ism. viz: Ed:.-: irit H. »•,. . ii. Vj. hri.h ior t north* ast 1 , of • oiitlm c.-; ' . west : v of m utlie; ! i, soutbeast ij of south<*a st hj, c . i.S. T. 1 : I:. 11 E. 11 - n nns Hi* f gPgvV i.: Z witnesses no no on IK) Ol on 00 (O no 00 00 0 oo 00 00 00 00 no 00 IK) of said laud, viz: William i VV t-itli.-'i-nian, George VV. Cook, ( ri if Mel: file, Park count:-, Montana. E. F. FERRIS, R (1st pub. Dec. 14.) tronc, Na nat iiori' 0 , JATOTICE FOU PF i_X at Bozeman, Montana, Dei 00 00 00 00 oo IX) 04 00 bti to of a a tlie a Al L. LIGATION.— Land Office inlier 2. 1NSH.— Notice is hereby given that the following named settlor lias filed notice of his intention to make ilnal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will he made In..... judicial district cour the clerk of said c county, Montana, o Charles Shipman, wh 995, for the VV of NVV section 10, township 1 names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John II. Harvat. Walter V. Grannie, John E. Martin and Ise-ic VV. Baker, all of Liv ingston, Montana. Ft. J. FERRIS, Register. (1st pub. December 7, 1 SS 9 .) ore ti e juilf : • of tbe >ixth or in liis : ibsence before ilirt, at Li: ingston, Park January 13, 1890, viz: made home ■ toad entrv No. V v i and W of .SVV'bi of : until, rau_ :« 10 east. He JQKSEKT 1.7 O. .ND FINAL PROOF.— NOTICE for Publication. United States Land Office, Bozeman, Montana. November 29,18S9. Notice is hereby given that Benjamin O. Forsythe of Melville', Park county, Montana, lias lileil notice of intention to make proof on bis d< sert land claim, No. 347, for the N of t-E 1 ,. SVV "-1 of 8E kj and S f ä of 8VV of section 4, township 3 north, of range 18 east, before the judge of the - sixth judicial district, or in his absence before I the clerk of said court, at Livingston "ark county, Montana, on Monday, the 13th day 'annary, 1890. He names the following w it nesses to prove tlie complete irrigation and re clamation of said land: John Rye, Peter It. Rye, George Rastad and Halvor Sanderson, all of Mel ville, Park county Montana. E. F. FERRIS, (1st pub. Nov.'30, 1889) Register y ; 4 LIAS SUMMONS.—IN THE JUSTICE'S xY court, to:vn u Uip ot Livingston, county of Park, state of Montana, before Samuel Hosforit, justice of the peace. James S. Thompson, VV. E. Thompson a:ul Floyd A. Thompson, as Thomp son Bri s.. plaintiffs, against N. VV. McGown, de fendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to N, V:'. McGown, the above rained defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear at my office, in tlie township of Livingston, county of Park, aud state of Montana, with.n ten days from the sei viceof this summons on you by publication and answer the complaint on tile lii an action t recover of you tlie sum of ninety nine dollars anil : three cents, alleged to be a balam e du ai, uve named piaimiffs from you,for good?.wares and merchandise sold and delivered to you by tlie above named plaintiffs, during the months of August, September, October and November, 188' at your request. And you aie hereby notified th: if you l'aii to appear aud answ er said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will take judgment hy default against you for tlie sum of ninety-nine dollars and forty-throe cents and costs of suit. Given under my hand ibis 12th day of December. A. D. 1889. SAMUEL HOSFORD, J ustice of the Peace. [1st pub. Dec. 11, 1889.J > LIAS SUMMONS. — IN THE DISTRICT i ft court of tlie Sixth judicial district of tin state of Montana, in aud fur tlie county of Park. Gertrude Bishir, plaintiff, against Fred. VV. Birhir, defendant. Action brought in the dis trat conn of the Sixth judicial district of tlie state of Montana, in and for the county of Park, and the complaint ffiod iu said county of Park in 1 the office of the clerk of said district court. The ! state of Montana sonde greeting to Fred. VV. I Bishir, the above named defendant: Y'ou are I hereby reotired to appear in cn action brought I against vou by the above na: .oil plaintiff in the district coai' of the sixth judicial district of the state .if V::iJana, in and for said county -if Park, and to answer tiie complaint nied therein, w ithin ten day? (exciarivi- of the d.,y of eervicei after the service on von of this ejlnnions—if served within this county ; or if served out ox this county but in j ti..a district, then within twenty days: otherwise within forty days- of judgment by default will he ! taken against your according to the prayer cf j said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree ot this court to dissolve the "bonds of matrimony now existing between plaintiff aud defendant, upon tue grounds of extreme cruelty, for costs of »! is action, and for such other or further relief as may be equitable, as w ilt more fully appear by reference t . the complaint on file herein. And vou are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer th*said complaint, as alane required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief prayed tor in her complaint i and for costs of suit. Given under my hand aud the seal of the district court of the Sixth judici -1 iHctfict of tiie state ut Montana, in and for said c " ufv 0 , Park thi81(wh:v ,. t December,in the j 1,,rJ ouc thoB8aa,î l ' l§ht Luadfcd and »seai. ' OBI.ANDO EMMONS, cieik. jj ' JAMES IJaXLEY, Dep. Cik J. A. SAVAGE, Piff's Att'y. fist pub. Dec. 14, I860.] street Cure. 1 Carver Mercantile Company, the: by is I Cure j cures this ; at [ ! that | ' Call ; j Pioneer House -OF Livingston, Montana. use l lodg-1 : and i | Our Grocery Department is Complete AND and is ! Stocked with the Choicest Brands of Goods. will for | -LOOK AT OUR LIST to any buy j | of j 82 1 | wo j in i Archer's "Trophy" Corn! Archer's "Sweetest of All" Tomatoes, Archer's "Little Dexter" and "Early Blossom" Peas THEM. ASK FOR THEM. TAKE NO OTHERS. The Finest Goods 1 in the Land. Amlereon's "Boston Market" Tomatoes, Anderson's "Condensed" Mince Meat, Anderson's "Boston Market" Catsup, Anderson's "Extra Home Made" Jellies, Jam and Preserves, * Anderson's "New Jersey" Baked Sweeet Pota toes, Anderson's Cranberry Sauce. of a : is j 1 a A Curtieo Brothers' Celebrated Preserves—in glass. .Southwell's Imported Kentish Jams and Marmalades. Xe x York State Buckwheat Flour, King's Quick-Rising Buckwheat Flour—in 21b packages. Cranberries Bugle and Bell, Apples -Good Keepers. California Canned Fruits -Guaranteed Quality. Sinclair Lard and Meats o:i ■ 't n, to , Choice Brands of Flour -FROM Dakota, Minnesota and Montana Roller Mills. We muke a Speciality of Fine Coffees and Teas. O. G. Java Coffee, G. A. R. Combination Coffee, Choice Mocha Coffee, McLaughlins XXXX Coffee, Arbuckles Ariosa Coffee, Woolson's Lion Coffee. Our Tea Stock is Complete and Embraces the Choicest Growths. 3 - I Furnishing Goods Department. Full lines of Ynhno, Kyno & Kennedy's, Swits Condé .t Morris Mills Underwear. California Flannels, Scarlet Knits. Blankets of all weights and Colors. Boot and Shoe Department. -Sole Asients for— Hathaway, Soule & Harrington's Gents' Fine Shoes. C. Grose & ..Sons, and Zeigler Brothecs. Tenney's Celebrated "Puritan'' Boots. Wo are the EXCLUSIVE Agents for Goodyear's "Gold Seal" Rubber Boots and Arctics, the Best Rubber Goods in the World. We are in the Field for the Trade AND Propose to Give Bargains in All Our Ci or Writs ns for Pré. f e will Guarantee Satisfaction. Carver Mercantile Co.