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sited Fill p.m i 8 a. in. t< V ui. ,l<>r ati'l re ■1 iroui u 111 • to g west w i 7 east will r! iv.*ry «ill !>•• « U te 1 -* in - lisw-r Imsiness trau? J) p. ni., week (lavs, rinse at IfrUOa. m t 7 : 3 ii p. in. lavs am Tic Mr? LOCAL LAYOUT. .lion i»f the Baptist church will ine r and supper on July 1th. On Saturday, May 31st, to Mr. S. F. Baker of Mission, a son. . j .ruian J. S. Morris of the First w confined to his homo by an 'track of measles. . handsome new burglar-proof safe • 'jt into the vault of the Bank of Kingston Wednesday. I . it riet Clerk Emmons on Monday is L famarrmge license to John F. Curl ä ' e , 2 0 na Fraze*. both of Cooke. "■.jrJoE Bros, have contracted for the .• ,iD of a five-room dwelling on E Frederick Brooks of St. Paul. gtreei. w* n>Jne? lay's Pacific express was de • .'j two hours by a land slide that oc d on the Yellowstone division near Big Horn. We understand that Charles Millard , . ^ een offered 810,000 to commute his homestead entry north of and adjoining the towesite. mining location notice for the Joe K.'Toole c ing district Deutsch W Jjhn A. Burk, B. V.. Frost and A. P. Ymnedge have riled notice of location » r the L.ttle Beil quartz lode claim, iu New World district. aim, in the Hock Creek ruin was filed with County Clerk •dnesday. Harrison on Wednesday brought ' ra0t . horses from Bozeman and will • '.t them in training at this place for !j r Fourth of July races. A Croonquist has materially im ur'jved tiie interior of his store by new counters and the addition of a handsome 81.00*5cottage soda fountain. Mr, and Mrs. George Germeyer were the recipients of a wedding present of a handsome silver set Monday evening from numerous friends in this city. Another party of Yellowstone Park association employes arrived from the east Saturday and went to Cinnabar on the Park branch train the same day. A patent was filed with the county clerk and recorder Monday by the Bear Gulch Placer company for placer ground in Bear Gulch, iu the Sheepeater miu At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Livingston Electric Light company, held -Monday evening, the former officers of the company were all re elected for another term. Owen Teeters appeared before Dis trict Clerk Emmons Monday and made final proof of his pre-emption claim. He was accompanied by \V. L. Smoot and James McConnell as witnesses. J. K. King has filed with County Clerk Deutsch a notice of water right for thirty-live thousand inches of water, to he taken from the Yellowstone river at the foot of Seventh street. Alvis Augrer, of Rosalia, Wash., and Miss Kreszensia Uhl were married on Wednesday at the residence of the bride's brother, Charles Uhl, in this city, Justice W. H. Kedfield otficiating. A. W. Miles has sold his brick store building adjoining his new building on the south to Leopold Schmidt of Butte for 83,000. Tiie first fioor will continue a in ! ton. age The the this the and was him. of the lis In in of tern tiled day. J. and of the June be the Vj be occupied by the Centennial saloon j put of A- H. UAeil A: Co. j Troop -V, First Bomis can Troop -V, First cavalry,Captain Bomis in command, is on it's way to Camp j jheridan, where it will again be sta- : iioced to assist the troops under Captain Boutelle in guarding the National Park during the tourist season. Henry Howell and D. P. Van Horne have located a deposit of hemitite iron south of the Yellowstone and within a few miles of Livingston. Assays show the ore to consist of 56 per cent of iron and a trace of silver and gold. A juvenile drum corps has been or ganized in this city, and will probably participate in the procession on the Fourth. They have secured uniforms and will solicit assistance from the citi zens to complete their outfit by pur chasing the necessary drums. The general traveling agent of the Filler Excelsior Manufacturing com pany of St. Louis, gave an exhibition by practical tests Thursday at the store of Babcock A: Miles, showing the benefits of the new wire-gauze oven door recently adopted in the manufact ure of Charter Oak stoves. A soaking rain visited this section Monday night, and throughout the greater part of Tuesday moisture con tinued to fall. It will prove of almost incalculable benefit to the range, as well as small grain crops, many of the ranch men having been compelled to resort to irrigation to start their crops. An agreement has been entered into between the commissioners of Park and leilowstone counties for the survey of the boundary between the two counties. Ihe work will be done by County Sur veyor J'appan and the county surveyor lows tone, and tho expense will be of V< borne equally by both counties. Inder the new adjustment of wages for employes of the Northern Pacific the brakemen receive 82.20 per one hundred miies, an increase of twenty cents. The increase takes effect from Glendive west, [or hill work from this city to Timber hne and from Bozeman to that point, firemen are allowed double mileage. O. P. Dabney butchered and displayed in Lis shop, west side Main street, the pist week a four-year-old Durham steer [hat dressed net 031 pounds. The ani mai was raised and fed by Mr. Dabney on his Willowdale ranch, and consider 'fig age we believe it was the heaviest find finest beef ever slaughtered in Mon tana. A trainload of sheep, numbering il'X) head, were unloaded at the yards ||' e Past week and started overland for me east. They will be driven to Glen , ve if not sold before reaching that place, and shipped from there to Chi cago by rail. About fifty head died rom the effect of poison weed before leaching Hunter's Hot Springs. I #fu l 'Sl es °i- incorporation of the King M ie Castle Mining company have been the secretary of state by Win. James KneeD, Cleora Sprague d Elmer J. Anderson. The capital nf* * s *>300,000. The trustees are Ar iA r E. F uller, William Corkill, James een, Cleora Sprague and Elmer J. ' Z TS,)D r iil0 Principal office will be [' ' u to Sulphur Springs. [he Northern Pacific has received w inory of the Pullman vestibuled ton *^ naconda ( Heron and El fi 't ^ , re , aro soaie minor changes *? rea tly improve the appearance of and r. arS as - ' ve 'i as add to the comfort ♦1 'mvemence of the passengers. All , , ^atones, including the folding j.m s lu both the state rooms, are sup wntj-r - Wl ^ hot and cold water. The CarR ' 18 named in tanks underneath the uTS dn, i forced up t>y air. occurred in the main of the and riP°, m,)ari Y at the corner of Main the tAst ». t f eets Frida Y evening. After panv ,l üf [^system by the fire com hoth rn iMdrants were closed, with no (JUT w, ' orkin «i and, there being sure vua f ° r tke wat er, the whole pres **fi exh^ lc b . ustaiaed tj y the pipes until at the ^ us famished by a breakage was rer^n'H^i men t'oned. The damage •sxasr 1 * ■*"" in is to by so as ing a the in in The tion on. by the citv wm p.m ui. am H. R. Hatch has been commissioned a a notary public for Big Timber. Haynes' palace studio car came in from Tacoma Thursday and was taken Sin .o Cinnabar bv 1 ft H. S. Potts has purchased the Livings ton ranch just west of the city for a consideration of 81 <,000. It is the in tention of the purchaser to plat this tract of land at once and place it upon i the market. 1 j A daily train was put on the Park i branch Thursday. It will be run as a will Mr. an safe of is the E de oc his P. iu a mixed accommodation until the 15th when a daily passenger service will be' inaugurated, together with a tri-weeklv freight service. Children's Day will bo observed at the Baptist church next Sunday morn ing. In the evening the pastor will de liver his second Home Talk, the sub ject being "Ihe Man for a Husband." All are welcome. At the close of the exercises in Miss Pereie Matheson's room yesterday the scholars presented her with an elegant pearl-handled gold pen as a token of the esteem in which she is held by them and as a mark of appreciation of her la bors in their behalf. The dance announced to be given by the Livingston base ball association at Fowlers hall last evening has been postponed one week. It will take place on F riday evening, J une 13th, and ar rangements are being perfected for mak ing it a grand social success. Ihe public schools closed yesterday for the school year, with appropriate ex ercises in each department. Among other interesting features of the exer cises iu Professor Wilson's room was a debate upon the tariff participated in by a number of the older scholars. The roacl up the Boulder to the mines in that district is now completed and the river bridged to permit wagon trans portation as far as Lake Park at all sea sons of the year. Indications now are that more work will be done in the mines of the Boulder district than any previous season. Freight train No. 13 was wrecked Friday morning near Hopper, a side track about ten miles west of Livings ! ton. A wrecking train was sent up to that point from this city and the wreck age cleared away as rapidly as possible The accident delayed both sections of the Pacific express about one hour at this station. News was received here yesterday of the drowning of George Kleinheit Clark's Fork river on Wednesday Kleinheit was engaged in a round-up and in crossing the stream on horseback was carried down by the current and drowned before assistance could reach him. Deceased was known to a number of the citizens of Livingston, having figured prominently as a witness in ehe Hoskins trial at the April term of court, The Northern Pacific passenger de partment has formally announced that the company will, on the 15th inst., es tablish a double daily passenger train service between St. Paul and Minneapo lis and Helena, Tacoma and Portland In order to have this service first class in every respect, twelve new dining cars of the latest and most improved pat tern have been added to the company' already large equipment of dining cars Articles of incorporation of the Liv ingston Street Railway company were tiled with County Clerk Deutsch* Mon day. The incorporators are F. A. Ross, J. C. Vilas, H. S. Potts, E. H. Talcott and A. J. Campbell. The capital stock of the company is 8750,000, divided into 150,000 shares of 85 each. The object of the company is to construct and operate railways in and about the city of Liv ingston. The company was organized June 2nd, and its term of existence is twenty years. The principal office will be in Livingston, Montana. The new furniture and fixtures for the the postoffice have arrived and will be j put in position under the supervision of j Postmaster Parks as soon as the office can be arranged for their reception. It j consists of a large number of new dust : proof boxes, revolving newspaper cases and other material calculated to expe dite the handling of mail. This is a needed improvement that reflects credit upon the city, and Postmaster Parks deserves credit for the enterprise which actuated him in thus furnishing his office. Articles of of the Liv a was ager was ton with an Hot the city look rich the Butte City, Articles of incorporation of the Liv ingston Fire-Clay and Brick company were filed with the county clerk and re corder Wednesday. The incorporators are George T. Chambers, F. A. Krieger, Isaac Orschel, F. A. Ross and A. G. Simpson. The object for which the company is organized is to erect, estab lish, maintain and operate a plant in this city for the manufacture of fire brick and all other articles which may be made from fire-clay. The capital stock is 8100,000, divided into 100,000 shares of 81 each. The term of the company's ex istence is twenty years. Among the passengers on Thursday's Pacific express was an elderly gentle man on his way to the coast to invest his savings in that new Mecca of the west. His wealth consisted of a roll of greenbacks containing 84.010, which he carelessly carried in his pants' pocket. In alighting on the platform to make some purchase at the bakery wagon he dropped his boodle, which was fortu nately noticed by J. J. Malley and promptly returned to the owner. A liberal reward was proffered, but Mal ley refused to accept it, claiming that he had only done his plain duty, for which he desired no remuneration. It is needless to state that the tourist was delighted to regain his wealth, and, no doubt, will in future exercise greater care in keeping it. The half-mile race between Golddust and Black Tad, on the circular track west of the city on Saturday last, was witnessed by a crowd of more than five hundred persons. The contest was to have taken place at 2 p. m., but owing to the imperfect shoeing of Golddust he was twice brought to the city to have his plates reset. A start was finally made about 5 o'clock in a heavy shower, with Golddust at the pole. The horses were started by W. M. Thompson and David Kennedy. Black Tad demon strated his ability to get under motion from the start and succeeded in taking the pole almost within the first one hun dred j-ards, holding it to the finish and coming under the wire an easy winner by several lengths. Considerable money changed hands upon the result, but not so much as at the former 600 yard dash, as it was generallv believed that Black Tad could win the race if properly urged. This is the third time these horses have been matched against each other, always with the result in favor of Tad, but the latter's superiority was never before admitted, as it was con tended that Golddust had superor stay ing qualities and could win in a half mile race. During the greater part of last week a party of "overland tourists" camped in the city and, making their headquarters in box cars, proceeded to work tne town in the most approved fashion One of their number was selected to solicit con tributions and in order to successfully work upon the sympathy of those to whom he applied for assistance, repre sented himself as a man with a broken arm. He was successful in securing ample funds with which to furnish the party, numbering eight or ten, an abundant supply of alcoholic stimulants. The matter was brought to the atten tion of Marshal Young, who deputized several assistants, among the number Frank Sheply, the pugilist, and pro ceeded to the place of rendezous for the purpose of compelling the party to move on. When the box car occupied by these "tourists" was reached they were in formed by the officer that they must move on or they would be arrested for vagrancy. This treatment was resented by the tramps who prepared to resist the officer and stoutly refused to leave citv The"bum" with the broken arm wm fini captured and the baudagee a I auioklv k.,* , . ! clo^n/* D0 , t tendeI 'ly removed, dis ! except th^'if,, arm i in J i evo I? r 0 particular i the axle ^adly disfigured by | ÄM « ÄK ! and ShS'r^welpons" anTstlrte? east bv a | t *?. e Northern Pacific "tie accom mod ! a * lon > but not without the employment 1?, f cor I X) ral punishment upon several of i ^em. When the stock vards were j reached one of the gang halted and i assumin g a pugilistic attitude, demanded Jk® and ,? ffer . ed to fight any member of the police force. His proposition was quickly accepted by bhepley, who proceeded to give the would-be pugilist a severe punishment in accordance with Marquis of Queens oury rules, although his antagonist had ^he advantage in avoirdupois. Xfiis had^ the desired effect upon the • tourists," who quickly proceeded east ward across the Yellowstone and were soon lost to view. PERSONAL POINTS. Mrs. G. H. Wright is visiting friends at Big Timber. C. \\. Savage of the Albemarle visited Butte the past week. George Welcome of Horr was in the city Tuesday on a business visit. Harry Harris is visiting at Castle, where he has property interests. Mrs. F. Stocker of Melville was among visitors to the county capital Monday, Judge J. A. Savage attended district court at Bozeman tho first of the week. Henry Ellingsen of Melville was among visitors in Livingston yesterday. John Officer of Hunters Hot Springs was among visitors in the city Wednes day. Mrs. D. G. Currier of Minneapolis is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. Yeaton of this city. John Shearlock of Hunters Hot Springs made a business trip to Living ston Saturday. Ambrose Fitzgerald was among pas sengers who arrived by Thursday's Park train. A. T. French, manager of the Cooke Transportation line, was in the city yerterday. Otis Button of the upper Y'ellowstone returned yesterday from a three weeks' visit to Illinois. Mrs. A. Donovan and Miss Mary Pem berton returned Thursday from a week's visit to Gardiner. Frank Bliss, E. A. Vickerj- and Robert Cox were among Big Timber citizens at the race Saturday. Thomas Ross returned Monday from a visit of several months to relatives and friends in Canada. Ed. Turley, one of the rustling saw mill operators of the upper Y'ellowstone, was in the city yesterday. John Lilly of Red Lodge visited rela tives and friends in Livingston and Par adise valley the week. in con of of at ed, lay of is a J. L. Platt, Jr., assistant general man ager of the Rocky Fork Coal company, was in the city yesterday. Miss Ella Russell arrived in Livings ton Monday, and will spend the summer with her cousin, Mrs. R. D. Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrill of Helena spent several days the past week with relatives and friends in Livingston. Henry Frank and J. C. Vilas retur ned Monday from a visit to Hunters Hot Springs health and pleasure resort. A. F. Kavanaugh, one of the rustling business men of Big Timber, paid Liv ingston friends a brief visit Saturday. Isaac Orschel, Alderman Frank White, McGregor and Dr. G. W. Grant made an overland trip Sunday to Hunters Hot Springs. W. D. McClelland, station agent at Springdale, was in the city Saturday on business and remained over to witness the running race. P. F. Hanley of Red Lodge jvas in the city Saturday on his way to Cooke to look after his mining interests in that rich mineral district. Albert Schmidt, road supervisor of the upper Boulder district, was in town Wednesday attending to business before the county commissioners. Stephen Tredennick came over from Butte yesterday and went up to Cooke City, where he will spend the summer in development work upon his mining property. C. W. Anderson and R. E. Cutler came down from Cooke Thursday even ing, where they have been looking after mining property in which they are in terested. • Frank McHaffie, formerly manager of the Western Union telegraph company in this city, but now a resident of the booming city of Missoula, visited old time friends in Livingston the past eek. Engineer Bundock went down to Bil lings Saturday to arrange for starting upon his contract work of surveying upon the Crow reservation. H. C. Wil liams and L. B. Hoppe will accompany him. County Surveyor Tappah and N. J. Tredennick went to Castle by yester day's stage. Mr. Tredennick has ac cepted a position with the Y'ellowstone Mining company as superintendent of their mines. J. C. Vilas departed Wednesday morn ing for Chicago, whither he went to at tend a family reunion at the residence of a brother in that city. His parents, ho reside at Bellows Falls, Vermont, will come west as far as Chicago to join the reunion. Dillon Tribune: Prof. Willie Howard came down from the City of Smoke in response to the request of our young people who "trip the light fantastic." Mr. Howard has accepted a position as leader of the orchestra at the Mammoth Springs hotel in the Yellowstone Park and will leave Butte soon for the region of the geyser. Mrs. P. W. Mahoney and child arrived from North LaCrosse, Wisconsin,Thurs day and are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. De Hart. She will probably be joined in a few days by her husband, a prominent attorney of North La Crosse, when in company with rela tives here they will make a tour of the National Park. George M. Hatch of Big Timber was in the city Saturday. Mr. Hatch has recently inaugurated a new enterprise for that section and one calculated to accommodate wool growers and attract them to that market. He has secured a tract of land, erected shearing sheds and pens and engaged about twenty-five shearers, who will be employed" in clip ping the fleeces of sheep driven to that market. S. T. Marchington, superintendent of the Gold Run company, came down from Emigrant Gulcn the first of the week and went over to Bozeman to attend district court. He states that another force of men were put to work upon the company's claims on Monday, making the third one put to work upon development since the opening of the season. Walter R. Goodall came in yesterday from his Grassdale ranch. He informs us that the surveyors who aro locating the Castle branch of the Northern Pa cific have run their line through his ranch just west of his house to cross the Shields river at S. P. Heren's ranch. The engineer in charge of the work pro nounces the route so far the most nat ural and easv grade ever encountered in railroad work. J S Mrs. G. W. Reitz has added a plunge bath and otherwise improved the ap pointments of the Livingston bath rooms. To still further add to the pop ularity of there baths the price has been reduced and tickets entitling the holder to three baths will be sold for $1. Two thousand pairs of good working men's shoes from $L50 up at Coyan & Co. VO, K. tfore. in He his of on dis — —, ------- — ~ , by : monthly session Monday night, Major ' " " ....... bv mod of were and fight The Council Proceedings city council met in regular His by the had the east were the was is of at con- A. R. Joy presiding. Present—White, Nye, Nelson, Wright, Donovan. Ab sent-Morris. Minutes of previous meeting were read and approved. The reports of the city marshal, police magistrate and treasurer were submit ted. The police magistrate's and city treasurer's reports were approved as read. The marshal's report was re ferred to the committee on streets and highways. « Manager F. A. Ross of the Electric Light company appeared before the council in relation to the recent order requiring the street lights to be elevated to a height of thirty feet, and after mak ing his statement it was ordered by the council that lights be permitted to re main as at present arranged. J. A. Campbell appeared in behalf of property owners along Main street and requested that the order of the council requiring all sidewalks along the east side of that street to be raised in con formity with the established grade be rescinded. Interested property owners also spoke in favor of rescinding the or der. On motion it was unanimously voted to grant the request of petitioners. This vote was afterwards reconsidered upon information that several property owners would comply with the former order, and the original order requiring that sidewalks conform to grade was again adopted by an unanimous vote. Survej'or Tappan submitted his re port of the tests made with the hydrants of the water company, and it being found that tho system meets the re quirements of the contract, the hydrants were accepted and the clerk notified to inform the water company that the city would pay for water from date, in ac cordance with the contract. The matter of providing suitable equipments for members of the fire de partment and building for storing the fire apparatus was considered. It was represented that the Northern Pacific company would grant a temporary lease of ground on its right of way on Main street for a building, and that proposi tion was discussed at length. It was deemed best to not accept tho offer at this time, however, and the matter went over to another meeting. Tho proposi tion to purchase additional fire appara tus and rubber suits for the fire depart nient was referred to the committee on fire apparatus with instructions to re port at next meeting. The petitions of residents west of Y'el lowstone street and in Riverside addi tion, praying for an extension of the water company's mains to supply the residents of those portions of the city with water, were considered. In view of the fact that such extensions could not be ordered without the city incur ring an additional expense for hydrants at each street corner, no order to that effect was mede. Permission was grant ed, however, to the water company to lay the necessary mains for extending service to those portions of the city if sufficient patronage can be secured to warrant it without compelling the city to accept additional hydrants. The city marshal notified the council that the bridge over Fleshman creek, within ths city limits, is out of repair, and the street commissioner was in structed to make necessary repairs. A petition was presented prajing that Geyser street, between Main and Sixth, be put in proper condition for travel. Referred to committee on streets and highways. A petition from the fire department was presented praying that members of that organization be exempt from poll tax. Referred to city attorney with in structions to report at next meeting. The Livingston Street Railway com pany requested a franchise permitting them to construct and operate street railways through the principal thor oughfares. Referred to committee on streets and highway's. A remonstrance from property owners along D street was presented protesting against the recent order of the council requiring that said street be opened from Clark street to the river. Ordered that the street commissioners act in ac cordance with the wishes of the peti tioners. A petition of property owners was presented praying for the construction of a sidewalk from the corner of block F to the corner of block P. Referred to committee on streets and highways. An ordinance granting right of way for street railway was referred w'ith the company's petition to the street com mittee. The following bills were audited and allowed: A W Miles, rent of offices.................. $35 00 S L Ilollidav, judge of city election...... 3 00 Helena Independent, write-up............. l(M 00 Collins & McLaughlin..................... 6 50 A £ Owens, judge city election............ 3 00 Oeo II Wright,printing.................... 3100 Electric Light company.................... 93 75 A Croonquist, stationery, etc.............. 3 15 Geo T Voting, salary as marshal........... 100 00 J E Swindiehurst, salary treasurer........ 75 00 M D Kelly, salary attorney and clerk...... 75 00 BaOcock & Miles, hardware................ 11 80 C K Lawler, judge city election............ 3 00 John Skillin, salary noliceman............ 100 00 S Uoeford, salary police magistrate....... 25 00 " rent of office................... 10 00 Gordon Bros, lumber...................... 53 93 Bill of Krieger & Co. for 85.75 laid over for examination. Bill of J. D. Whelpley & Co., printing, 814.50, laid on table. Board adjourned. 36, in and tion O. lots nege, tion 10, 8, Potts, The Shepley-Welsh Mill. The twenty-round contest announced between Frank Shepley of this city and Paddy Welsh of Chicago took place at the Livingston gymnasium on Saturday evening last. The principals w T ere late in putting in an appearance and the early part of the evening was occupied by Kid Johnson of Bozeman and John McGuire, who gave a very pretty and satisfactory three-round exhibition. At about 11 o'clock Shepley and Welsh en tered the ring. Red Ward of Miles City was chosen referee and stated to the contestants upon entering the ring that they must work and entertain the boys. John McGuire seconded Shepley and Harry Harris acted as his time keeper, while T. C. Donohue of St. Paul and Joe Keeney of Horr appeared for Welsh. The bottle holders were Hank Whitten for Shepley and Jimmy Ryan for Welsh. Time was called and both men sprang lightly to their feet, Shepley forcing the fight from the start. Before the close of the third round it was apparent that Welsh was no match for his antagonist. He gave evidence that he was rapidly becoming winded and repeatedly went down to avoid punishment. In the fourth round the men clinched and Welsh received severe punishment about the. head, Shepley holding him in chan cery and giving him six or seven savage upper cuts with tolling effect. In the seventh round Shepley had the fight pretty much his own way, knocking Welsh down as fast as he could get upon his feet. When the eighth round was called Welsh did not respond and stated that he could continue the fight no longer and would not run the risk of being killed, as he had no wind left to defend himself. The fight was there fore awarded to Shepley. Welsh weighed 168 pounds, while Shepley's weight was only 138 pounds. The gate receipts were about 8250, and under the agreement all went to the winner. Coart Kotos. On Friday evening last James Dun kirk, Joseph Way and Daniel Woodson, of the genus tramp, were arrested, and on Saturday arraigned before Police Magistrate Hosford on a charge of , as vagrancy. The evidence showed that the two first named had taken posses sion of box cars as slleeping apart ments and refused to vacate when re quested to move on, while Woodson made himself objectionable by impor tuning citizens for pecuniary assist ance. All three were fined 810 and costs, amounting to 819.25, in default of which they were committed to the care of Sheriff Templeton while they work out the amount of their sentence upon the streets, with ball-and-chain accom paniment. Eugene A. Quinn, a lad of about 19 years, was arraigned in Justice Hos ford's court Tuesday on complaint of Peter McClellan, charging him with the larceny from plaintiff of ono pair of shoes. His guilt was established to the satisfaction of the court, who imposed a fino and costs amounting to 879.65, in default of which Quiun was committed to the county jail. August Urbach was arrested by Sher iff Templeton Tuesday and arraigned in Justice Hosford's court on a charge of assault and battery. The evidence showed that Urbach had assaulted his wife and compelled her to lea.e home to seek protection from her liege lord The justice imposed a fine and trim mings amounting to S10.40, which the defendant paid and was discharged. Heal Extate an<l to ac de at Heal Extate an<l Mining; Transfer*. The following transfers have been filed with the county clerk and recorder the past week: Lotta S. Russell to John Quinn, one fourth interest in the Lillian quartz lode mining claim, in the New World district; consideration 8400. Honry Johnson to David B. May, one half interest in the Dollar quartz loile mining claim, in tho New World district; consideration 8600. H. L. Collins to J. C. Vilas, E. H. Tal cott and Henry F'rank, the Lime Kiln quartz lode mining claim, in the New World district; consideration 8100. Frank S. Webster and^wife to David B. May, one-fourth interest in the Dol lar quartz lode, in the New World dis trict; consideration i^BOO. John Anderson and Alonzo M. Harris to Harvey Bliss, lots 17 and 18, block 28, Big Timber; consideration 8100. D. P. Van Horne to II. A. Van Horne, the Lydia lode claim and an undivided one-fourth interest in the Hunter's Find lode claim, in tho New World district; consideration 8200. Northern Pacific Railroad company to Horace S. Bartlett, lot 10, block 22, Liv ingston; consideration 890. Northern Pacific Railroad company to Steven S. Rhody, lots 10 and 11, block 36, Livingston; consideration, 8144. Robert McCuen to William H. Duke and John F. York, one-third interest in the Annie B quartz lode, in tho New World district; consideration 8500. Joseph L. De Hart et ux to Catherine Mabel, one-eighth interest in the Twin Lakes, Wake Up Jim and Tip Top lodes, in the New World mining district; con sidération nominal. F. Gotlob to Henry Becker, water right to 500 inches of water from Sweet Grass creek; consideration 8200. Thomas McKeever to Celestra Cor derio and Mary Corderio, one-fourth interest in the Aunt Kate quartz lode mining claim, in the New World dis trict; consideration 81,000 Harriet L. Porter to W. II. Lee, lots 5 and 6, block 37, Livingston; considéra tion 81,200. L. C. La Barre to commissioners of Park county, lots 1, 31 and 32, block 75, Livingston; consideration 81,000. Northern Pacific Railroad company to O. N. Hart, lots 1, 31 and 32, block Livingston. Smith Davis and wife to Phil Mercer, lots 9 and 21, block 96, Livingston; con sideration 81,400. Northern Pacific Railroad company to Geoige T. Y'oung, lot 1, block 120, Liv ingston; consideration 8100. Hall & Donogin to Johnson & Vin nege, lot 10, block 4, Cooke; considera tion 8100. J. P. Martin to Hall & Donogin, lot 10, block 4, Cooke; consideration 810. Isadore Ballengenette to G. H. Hay wood, land at Red Lodge. J. P. Martin to William O. Burton, lot 8, block 4, Cooke; consideration 810. Robert Livingston, Jr., to Honry S. Potts, the east half and the southwest quarter of section 14, township 2 south, range 9 east; consideration 810,000. Robert Livingston, Jr, to Henry S. Potts, the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 14, town ship 2 south, range 9 east; consideration 87,000. & of of RED LODGE NEWS. [From the Picket.] Dr. George W. Monroe left for Butte Sunday. John W. Taylor, one of the Red Lodge school directors, has resigned. The log drive has commenced and will continue until some time in July. Sam Hanson has gone to Livingston to take a position as clerk in a store. Mrs. Maggie Mallon left yesterday for Livingston and will reside there in the future. We were talking with James R. Dil worth Monday morning and was in formed by him that he was out seventy five head of horses. Mr. Dilworth has men out riding the range and of course he hopes to get most of the missing horses, but it is possible that the whole of them have been stolen. We publish a card this week signed by J. L. Platt, John W. Buskett and Walter Cooper, the executive committee of the Rocky Fork Town and Electric company in regard to parties who have committed trespass on lands belonging to said company. Due notice is given that trespassers on any part of the town site lands in the future will be prose cuted to the full extent of the law. John Seyrell was found near the coal company's tipple this morning about 6 o'clock, shot through the head. Robert McDonald came onto him as he was go ing home from work. When found he waB alive, but at this writing he has not been restored to consciousness. W hat the motive of the would-be assassin could have been is at present a mystery. Seyrell had over $400 in greenbacks and a watch on his person when brought to his cabin, and certainly robbery was not the object. The shooting took place, it is supposed, about 7:30 o'clock last even ing, and the wounded man was fishing at the time. It will be a miracle if he re covers. No arrests have yet been made. of Programme for the Fourth. Tho following is the programme for the Fourth of July, as prepared by the committee, consisting of A. R. Joy, I., Orschel, G. L. Carey, IL S. Potts and Billy Miles: Procession to form, headed by the Liv ingston band, at 10 o'clock and move to the picnic grounds on McLeod's island, where an oration will be delivered by the speaker of the day, to be followed by other exercises and a picnic dinner. Af ter dinner a match game of base ball will be played upon the grounds of tho club west of tho city, followed by a foot race for a purse of 825. Races on the Livingston track will begin at 2 o'clock sharp and be run in the following order: No. 1. Three hundred yard pony race, free for all; purses 835 and 815. No. 2. Six hundred yard dash, free for all, for purse of 8150 and 850. No. 3. Half-mile heat running race, best three out of five, for purse of 8150 and 850. No. 4. Pacing and trotting race, three minute class; 880, 850 and 820. No. 5. Half mile 2-yoar-old colt race; 75 and 825. No. 6. Quarter milo dash, free for all; 75 and 825. No. 7. Half mile dash, free for all; 8100 and 8.50. No. 8. One mile heat running race, best two in three; 8175 and 875. No. 9. Pacing and trotting, free for all; mile heats, best three in five; 8150, 875 and 825. Entrance fee of 10 per cent added to the purses, 75 per cent to first purse and 25 per cent to second puree. Three horses to enter and three to start. All entries for races must be made by 6 clock p. m. July 3rd. Tho day's festivities will close with grand display of fireworks and a ball at Fowlio's hall, given under the auspices of the Livingston band. ^MENTION. SPECIAL ^MENTION. For good, cheap shoes got to Mayne's, All kinds of rubber boots at Hofferlin Bros. Choice uncolored Japan tea only 50 cents per pound at Coyan & Co.'s. "Monarch Brand" of fruits and vegeta bles at Thompson Bros. Hefferlin Bros, have just opened a new lot of shoes for their spring trade Pillsbury Best Flour at Thompson Bros. A. Mayne's is headquarters for gloves and mittens. Buy the Buckingham & Hecht miners boots, the best and strongest made, at the O. K. store. For Sale.— A choice lot of Canaries (singers). Apply to Miss Grace Em mons, at residence, north of car shops. Y'ou can always rely upon getting the best brands of groceries at Hefferlin Bros. To Rent. —A room on the second floor of the Enterprise building, suitable for office. Apply to Geo. II. Wright, Enter prise office. Choice coffees and teas a specialty at Krieger & Co's. Go to Mayne's for your fine furnish ing goods. If you want to buy a second-hand umber-wagon cheap, go to Mayne's. When baby wii9 sick, we gave her Castoria, When she was a child,-she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When she had children, she gave them Castoria. Allan R. Joy advertises some special bargains in real estate. Call and investi gate. Crescent creamery butter at Thomp son Bros. We are giving vases, water sets, cream pitchers, looking glasses and wagons with a can of baking powder at Coyan & Co.'s O. K. storo. For rent— A dwelling house with ten rooms, situated on G street, south of Lewis. Apply to William Menehan, at residence, or address through postoffice. I. Orschel Co. have just received an immense stock of spring and summer clothing to which to invite the attention of the public. A. Mayne has just received a large lot of white goods and Hamburgs. A new line of prints, satins and ging hams at Mayne's. A good rubber boot for 82.50; the best rubber gum boots for 83.25 at the O. K store. Swiss and Limburger cheese, Wiener wurst, pigs' feet and Holland herring at Krieger & Co's. The best lime is furnished by the Liv ingston Lime Works. O. Mattson. Rooms to Rent.— East Second street near Geyser. * Mrs. Barney The spring stock of clothing, gents furnishings, boots, shoes, hats and caps, recently purchased by I. Orschel & Co. has arrived and will be sold at prices lower than ever before offered in this city. The attention of property owners is invited to the list of standard fire insur ance companies represented by A. R. Joy. Dyspepsia, indigestion, sick headache, and that tired feeling are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which tones the stomach, promotes healthy digestion, creates an appetite, cures sick headache and builds up the whole system. Sold by all drug gists. 100 Doses One Dollar. 3c wm POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength.— U. S. Government Report, Aug. 17,1869. F OR SALE —A $49 Anthony, 5x8, dry plate photographing outfit for amatenrs. A good bargain at half cost. Apply to F. A. ROSS. N OTICE.— AI! parties are hereby notified not to give credit for goods to any person in my name without a written order. II. C. GRIFFITH. TVTOTICE is hereby given that the following LI numbered contingent fund warrants will be paid on presentation at ray office and Interest will cease from this date : Nos. 202, 199, 204. _, , F. W. WRIGnT, Co. Treas. Livingston, June 2,1890. POTTS & WEBSTER Real Estate ! INSURANCE AND Financial Agents. for ; the I., and j j Liv to by by Af in Carver Mercantile Company, the: Pioneer House -OF Livingston, Montana. Our Grocery Department is Complete AND Stocked with the Choicest Brands of Goods. LOOK AT OUR LIST 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 in the Land. Anderson's "Boston Market" Tomatoes, Anderson's "Condensed'' MincetMeat Anderson's "Boston Market" Catanp, Anderson's "Extra Homo Mad«" Jellies, Jams and Preserves, Anderson's "New Jersey" Baked Swewt Pota toes, nderson'e Cranberry Sance. Curtice Brothers' Celebrated Preserves—in glass. (Southwell's Imported Kentish Jams and Marmalades Ne A' 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 ■Choice Brands of Flour FROM Dakota. Minnesota and Montana Roller Mfils. We make a Speciality of Fine Coffees and Teas. O. G. Java Coffee, G. A. R. Combination Coffee, Choice Mocha -Coffee McLaughlins XXXX Coffee, Arbuckles Ariose, Coffee, Woolson's Lion Coffee. Our Tea Stock is Complete and Embraces the Choicest Growths. Furnishing Goods Department. Full lines of Yuhne, Kyne & Kennedy's, Swita Conde & Morris Mills Underwear. OWtfornU Manuels, Scarlet Knits. Blankets of all weights and Colors. Boot and Shoe Department. -8ole Agents for Ilathaway, Soule & Harrington s Gents' Fine Shoes C. Grose & JSons, itmk Zei.der Urdther* Tenney's Celebrated "Puritan'» Boots.* We are the EXCLUSIVE Agents for Goodyear's "Gold Seal" Rubbet 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 Lines. Call or Write ns for Prices, f e will Qnarantee Satisfaction. Carver Mercantile CO.