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hrittjßlMt ♦ 'V VOL. 8. NO. 17. LIVINGSTON. MONTANA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1890. PRICE 10 CENTS. iLinnflston Öhrtrqmsf ôviMiSTON, - MONTANA. I go. II. WRIGHT. - Publisher yiri! HAY. SEIT KM I JE It 27, 1890 t YAHLK IN ADV AM K ...................oo .................. 1 50 ................... 1 00 10 \> \1.1 I i: WliAH.T, A<.e x t K><i'ITai;i.i: \<-l CA X CE IK IV I IK N EVV Viill K 'l l-) I'KAYKY Vi I mix kv-at Law. |*i lil ic: A Nil I r I : .M. KxTat»; Aiikvi vri. e, Montana w S" i'll V S|< IA N AND N I* l*i .||\ anew g'rgeox, Montana. I i il ii Store, Dark street, «senger Depot, fallu •red night and day. \(.L A DAY, at Law anii Notaiiv I'kbi.ic. I,, tl . \ I.naiu (I oil loll; ,., -V !.T I |lTO|H*l'l Office in Mi lei III A 111 LS TAI'l'AN lime on real aifl col NTV SI' Il VKYOIl \M> 1 >k: i-i n I MTKii Status Minkiiai. Surveyor. Ofti. vtiid Hour Viles Block, Livingston, Mont / ml.LINS A WELLS, PHYSICIANS AND SCROEONS ■idence Rooms 57 und 5H Albemarle Hotel, Main Street, ALTON, M.D. W. Il . CA M l'BKI.L, M. D I'li vsiciaus and Surgeons. Main and Park streets, ov< tionai Park Bank M .1' LIA WETZSTEIN, Tka'-heb ok the Piano Kokte Stetem per Conservatory of Music, Stuttgart,Germany f-rTT pinners and Advanced Scholars Taught. w J C.SK1ILBUEDE, pedal attention lie natural teeth Main SI. given ti Office DENTIST ■ preservation of Miles lmildin A. ,1 CAMPBELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. nf National Park Bank, Livingston. Ij II KELLY, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. I mice ill basement J." VII Stiiket, -MIT1I, M. D . if HeiTerlin block, I.ivinoston, M. T. Livixoston, Montana. " in National Park and Park Streets. Bank Building corner I NOS TON L ,v ('o-opi:kati vi: Building and Loan Association Trent, o Emmons. Sec. E. II. Talcott. C. A. A W. Tre Vice-Pres't S. M. Nye. M II I.AsiioKN- Attorney A. R. Joy. Regular meetings on tbe fourth Monday even ing uf each month, at W. H. Redfield's office Calendar street. Money A LLAN R. JOY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC. NT Y ATTORNEY. to Loan. Insurance and Real Estate. Sole Agent for Riverside Town Lots, \. I* Railroad Lots and N. \\ Railroad Lands C x band Office business a specialty. LIVINGSTON ASSAY OFFICE. -(X' Highesf A $1 50 1 I» Iron .............$3 00 Nickel............ 5 00 .... 5 00 1 00 Arsenic.... 2 00 Antiinor.v. Gold »ml sil Silver....... Lead........ Copper..... qualitative Analysis..............$ 5 t»to$15 (» quantitative Analysis. ......... lOOOto 25 00 PHIL. E. LAWRENCE. Livingston, MonL GRASS DALE," Livingston, Montana. Walter Goodall breeds and has always for sale large English Bel kehire Pigs of the best strains. All breeding stock recorded. Prices reasonable. Correspond ence promptly answered. Inspection Invited. 1 lie above reward will be paid for the arrest 11111 conviction of anv person or persons for »calinu. unlaw fully killing, or defacing or alter | tL ' Oe- brands of cattle or horses hearing the »«mg, anil the property of the undersigned: full 79 25 Y ¥ The Montana Cattle Co. The Noktiiwest Cattle Co. Harris & smith, Barber and Hair Dresser HeiTerlin Blocz, Main Street. MOST EXPERT WORKMEN EMPLOYED Real AND Orschel Tit«* als Blank Fruits, 1890 K 1 50 1 00 10 street, aifl ITood's Sar laparllla s n has by its peculiar merit and its wonder COMPOUND EXTRACT ful cures wonthecon P Y2 m xidence of the people, and is to-day Si the most ? popular SB blood pu rifler and & strengthen ing medi cine. cures scrof ula. salt y rheum. dyspepsia, headache, kidney and liver com plaint, catarrh, rheumatism,etc. Be sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla, which is peculiar to itself. Hood's Sarsaparilla sold by druggists, $1; six for $5. Prepared by C. I. Hood A Co.,Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar D of LIVINGSTON NATIONAL BANK, Livingston. Montana. CAPITAL, - - - $50,000. SURPLUS, $2,000. OFFICERS : C. A. BROADWATER, Presidou A. W. MILES, Vice President GEO. L. CAREY Cashier. A. MACONOCHIE, Ass t Cashier. DIRECTORS : C. A. Buoadwatkii. A. W. Miles. *V. K. Thompson. J. A. Savaok. O. Krisoek. M. Roth, Geo. L. Cakey. • A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. National Part Bait OF LIVINGSTON. CAPITAL, - - $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000. *VM. M. WRICHT, President. CEO. T. CHAMBERS, Vice Pres. E. H. TALCOTT, Cashier. J. C. VILAS, Ass't Cashier. BOARO OF DIRECTORS : W. M. WRIGHT. KRIEGER. E. 11 E. GOUGHNOUR. GEO. T. CHAMBER) W. I). ELLIS. TALCOTT. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Leading [Bank of Park County. NTERE8 T Allowed o.v TIME DEPOSITS Collections Promptly Attended to BANK OF LIVINGSTON, LIVINGSTON MONTANA. -(c)---- Collection a Specialty. -(o) Highesf rate of Interest on Time Deposits. A general Banking Business transacted. C. S. HEFFEHLIN, Cashier. 30, the C. ' 4 C. S. HEFFEHLIN, Cashier. HOOPES & EATON, Real Etsate, Mines and Insurance. Employment, Loan and Collection Agency. LIVINGSTON AND COOKE, LIVINGSTON OFFICE, Orschel Block, Main Street. Correspondence Solicited. JOHN O. SAX, News Dealer! ALBEMARLE ANNEX. Tit«* latf*t eastern Dailies. Illustrated Journ als and Magazines always on liaud. SOI,F. AGENT FOR Also dealer in Blank Books and Stationery ! TOILET ARTICLES, Fruits, Confections, Etc. Ching Shorn In Dealer in Store back of Wezstein's near alley. f |H RNISHED IiOOMx (■f Mrs Mclnerney. P'OR RENT —A eqnsre pisse A cenlly pul in perfect orrt-r. FOR RENT. Enquire of pnorl tone, re V Van I.MiKN. jLAl'RN I SHED ROOMS TO RENT.—Apply to 1 Mrs. W. S. Martin, I! streer. north of the railroad track. 9-« R ANCH TO KENT.— Near Livingston, with or V. if.out a n;iiu!i. r of gond niiieh cows. 8-.'d H. I. lil.ENN. \ITANTED—situation by married Frenchman o on sheep ranch. Will do any kind of work. Address E.Oirurdin, if -x.mii.iu, Mont. f po;; SALE c. ndition King iPo.P ia K. dial mvi r.llhi. •ton \ first class hay binder, in good d lie machine <-an be seen at i h in the upper \ ellowstone. o T. AK its i'KONO. acts every 1st and 3rd Friday of ■ tii in t e Mi es building A cor et(elided to « isiting hrofbers. W. 'i'. COLLINS C. C. K.nf l(. and X, mige No. HI, Livingston, M. T. Y ellows tone park lodge no. i. o. O. T.. meets every Saturday evening at 8 lock, in the Miles building, hors are cordiallv invited. Sojourning mem SEALED RIDS for the building of a wagon O road from Harvat's Ranch to the top of the bench, will lie received at the office of 8. Deutsch, county clerk. Bids to be opened October 15th, By order of board of S. DEUTSCH, County Clerk. 18!», at 11 o'clock a. in. con n tv commissioners. M ontana game animals for sai e — I have one live mountain sheep and tliir teen buffalo calves—four bulls and nine heife s — which I offer for sale. The animals will be de livered to purchaserat any point within lOOmiles of Cinnabar, Montana. Correspondence polie ited. Address E. J. KEENEY, 8-15 Cinnabar, Mont. mo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.—The fol i low ing named trustees in Livingston an of the Catholic church authorized ana empowered to receive and receipt for any and all subscriptions to the building fund of said society: John Foley, Dennis Gordon, Patrick Gilboy, James Maloney, Thomas Brown, John Riley'. James O'Leary, Thomas Flynn, William Menehan, J. J. Demp sey and William Ilamlley. WILLIAM T. FIELD, JAMES SCHOFIELD, CHARLES UHL. Directors of St. Mary's Catholic Church. T\TOTIc:E TO STOCKHOLDERS.-A meeting lx of the stockholders of the LiviDgston Fire Clay and Brick company will he held at the com pany office, Livingston, Montana, at 7:30 p. m. October 8th. 1890, for the purpose of increasing the capital stock of said company from one hun dred thousand dollars to four hundred thousand dollars and for the transaction of such other business as may he necessary. F. A. KRÎKGER, President. F. A. ROSx, Secretary. GEO. T. CHAMBER'S, •it Directors. N OTICE is hereby given that the following numbered warrants w ill be paid on pre offirt paid on pre and interest will cease seutation at my from ibis dat General Fund Warrants.—Nos. 999, 105<i, 983, 104«), 1103, 1081, lOSli, 1109, 1113,930, 1054, 1005, 1135. 1115, 1133,91«, 998, HUH, 1011,1038, 890, 1077 and 1013. Contingent Fund Warrants. —Nos. 317', 315 and 313. Poor Fund Warrants—Nos. 308, 258,354 and 303. Road Fund Warrant.—No. 537. F. W. WRIGHT, County Treasurer. Livingston, Mont., to County Treasurer. Livingston, Mont., Sept. 1, 1890. D ESERT LAND FINAL FOR PUBLICATION to PROOF.—NOTICE -United States land office, Bozeman, Montana, August 30th, 1890. Notice is hereby given that Benjamin Urner, Jr. of Park county, Montana, has filed notice of intention to make final proof on his desert land claim No. 385, for the lots 3 and 5 and S. E. '4 of the N. W. S. W. > 4 of the N. E. 'a Sec. 0, T. 3, N. R. 14 E, before the judge or clerk of the sixth judicial district court at Livingston, Montana on Monday, the Oth day of October, 18!». He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: Charles O. Hathaw ay, Herbert O. Hickox, Bei ja nin O. Forsythe and George W. Cook all ot Melville, Park county, Montana. E. F FERRIS, Register. (1st pub. August 30, 1890.) N otice for publication. - Land at Bozeman, Montana, Aug. 30th, 1890. No tice is hereby given that the following named settler lias filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof w ill be made before the judge or clerk of the sixth judicial district court, at Livingston, Montana, on September 30th, 1890, viz: Owen Teeters, P. J). S. No. 1,133, tor the west Vi of southeast ! 4 and east ' ä of southwest > 4 section 30, township 2 south, range 12 east. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John F. Work, John F. Locke, Leo Smoot and James (j. McConnell, all of Livingston, Park county, Montana. E. F. FERRIS, Register. __ fist pub. Aug. 23, 1890.) N otice for publication.— Land office at Bozeman, Montana, August 15th, 1890. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will he made before the judge or clerk of the sixth judicial district court, at Livingston. Montana, on September 29th, 1890, viz: William C. Fryer, H. E. 1,108, for the west 1 . of northwest ' 4 and west 1 2 of southwest > 4 «'if section 10, township 1 south, range 13 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous res idence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Moses Morrison, William D. McClellan. William Wright and Colnmhns J. Westfall, all of Spring dale, Park county, Montana. E. F. FERRIS, Register. (1st pub Aug. 33, 1890.) N OTICE FOR PUBLICATION.—Land office at Bozeman, Montana. Sept. '2nd, 1890. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the judge or clerk of the sixth judicial district court at Livingston, Mont., on October 13, 1890, viz: Lydia A. Down en, II. E. No. 1127, for the lots 3, 4. 5, and S E. \i N. W. ' 4 Sec. 0, T. 2, S. R. 10 E. She names the following witnesses to prove her continious resi dence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: David Gard, David Doucet, Adam Schlee and David K. Buchanan, all of Livingston, Park county, Montana. E. F. FERRISÏ Register. (1st pub. Sept. 6, 1890) S HERIFF'S SALE.—Livingston Co-Operative Building and Loan Association, plaintiffs, vs. Leo Kahn and Nancy Kahn, defendants. To be sold at sheriff's sale at the front door of the conrt house in the city of Livingston, Park county, Montana, on Monday, the 39th dav of September, 1890, at 3 o'clock p. m. of said day, all the right, title, claim and interest of defendants in and to the following property, to wit: Lot five (5) in ldock fifty-nine (59), original townsite of Living ston. All of the said real estate being situated in the countv of Park, state of Montana, together with all and singular the tenements, heredita ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Hated September 5th, 1890. O. P. TEMPLETON, Sheriff. By SAMUEL JACKSON, Under Sh'ff. S HERIFF'S SA LE. -Livingston Co-Operative Building and Loan Association, plaintiffs, SHERIFF'S SALE. l din S . . Harry Wallace, Samuel L. Wallace and Clara M. Wallace, defendants. To besold at sheriff's sale at the front door of the court house in the city of Livingston, Park county, Montana, on Monday, the 39th dav of September, 1890, at 2 o'clock'p. m. of said day all the right, title, claim and interest of defendants in and to the follow ing property, to wit: Lots. Twenty-one (21) and twenty-two (22), in block forty-six ' (46), original townsite of Livingston. All of the said real estate being situated in the connty of Park, state of Montana, and to lie sold (separately) together with all and singular the tenements heredita ments and apnurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Dated September 5th, 1890. O. P. TEMPLETON, Sheriff, By SAMUEL JACKSON, Under Sh'ff. N OTICE TO CO-OWNER :-To Thomas Mc Keever or his assays : Y on are hereby notified that the nndersigned has in accordance with the requirements of section 2324, revised statutes ol the United States, expended $200 in labor and improvements upon the Marcella quartz lode mining claim, situated on Woody mountain in the New World mining district, Park county, Montana, to represent said quartz lode claim for the years of 1888 and 1889, that unless yon the said Thomas McKeevcr, as co-owner with me in said claim pay me your proportion of said ex penditure according to vonr interest (one-half in terest) together with the costs of publication ot this notice, within ninety days after the com plete publication thereof, your interest in the Marcella quartz lode mining claim will become mv property under the provisionsof said section, 2334 revised' statutes of the United States. Dated August 36th, 1890. PATRICK SMYTH (First publication. August 30. *) O RDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY ORDER of Sale of Real Estate should not be made. In the district court of the sixth judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Park. In the matter of the estate of Charlee H. Sowl, deceased. Thomas S. Cat ter, the adminis trator of the estate of Charles H. Sowl, deceased, having filed his petition herein praying for an order of sale of the real estate of sa'id deceased, for the purposes therein set forth, it is therefore ordered by the said conrt that all persons inter ested in the estate of said deceased appear before the said district court, on Saturday, the 11th day of October, 1890, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon o'f said dav. at the court room of said conrt, at the coart house in Livingston, county of Park, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said administrator to sell so much of the real estate of the said deceased as shall be neces sary And that a copy of thia order be published at least four successive weeks in the Livingston Enterprise, a newspaper printed nnd published in said Park county. (Signed) FRANK HENRY, 1 ^ District Judge. Dated September 11.1890. H Joy, Att'y for Petitioner. 5 on Enquire tone, re I.MiKN. to the 9-« with cows. \JOTICE IS HEREBY OIYEN that the time INI for the registration of the names of the of good at of cor T. qualified electors in election district No. 3, in the county of Park and state of Montana, prior to the general election, to be held on Tuesday the fourth day of November A. D. IS!», for the said county ot Park, will expire at ten o'clock p. m. on the fifteenth day of October A. Ü. 1890. The names of the several precincts or polling places em braced in said election distrii t No. 3, are as fol lows: Fridlev. HERMAN KABLE, Registry Agent. Election district No. 3, Park county Montana i. o. at 8 mem N OTICE OF EXPIRATION OF THE TIME for Registration. Notice is hereby given that the time for the registration ( f the names of the qualified electors in election district No. in the County of Park and State of Montana, prior to the' regular election, to be held on Tuesday, the Itli day of November, A. D. 1890, for the said County of Park, w ill expire at lit o'clock p. m.on the 15th day of October, A. I). 1890. The names of the several precincts or polling places embraced in said election district No. 3 are as follows: Cokedale. Ciiaki.es C. Ackelmiue, Registry Agent, Election district No. 3, Park County Montana wagon the 15th, of e — tliir s — de polie ATOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF THE TIME lx for Registration. Notice is hereby given that the time for the registration of the names of the qualified electors in election district No. 10, in the County of Park and State of Montana, prior to the general election, to he neld on Tuesday, the 4th day of November, A. D. 1890, for the said County of Park, will expire at ten o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of October, A. D, 181)0. The names of the • several precincts or polling places embraced in said election district No. 10 are as follows: Hunters Hot Springs. A. A. Rich, Registry Agent, Election district No. 10, Park County, Montana. fol church to Foley, Demp Fire com m. hun other N OTICE OF EXPIRATION OF THE TIME for Registration. Notice is hereby given that the time for the registration of the names of the qualified electors in election district No. 6, in the County of Park and State of Montana, prior to the general election, to be held on Tuesday, the 4th day of November, A. 1). 181», for the said County of Park, will expire at ten o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of October, A. D. 1890. The names of the several precincts or polling places embraced in said election district No. 6 are as follows: Chico. T. S. Thompson, Registry Agent. Election district No. 6. Park County," Montana. T\TOTICE GF EXPIRATION OF 'i HE TIME ii for Registration. Notice is hereby given that the time for the registration of the names of the qualified electors in the election district No. 4, in the County of Park and State of Montana, prior to the general election to be held on Tues day, the 4th day of November. A. D. 1890, for the said County of Park, will expire at 10 o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of October, A. D. 1890. The names of the several precincts or polling places embraced in said election district No. 4 are as follow s : Gardiner and Horr. Geo. W. Reese, Registry Agent, Election District No. 4, Park County, Montana. pre pre cease 983, 1135. and and and land 1890. Jr. on 3 the at Oth the O. No of of N otice of expiration of the time for Registration. Notice is hereby given that the time for the re*?i&tration of the names of the qualified electors in election district No. 5, in the County of Park and State of Montana, prior to the general election to he held on Tues dav, the 4th day of November, A. D. 1H90, for the said County of Park, will expire at 10 o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of October, A. D. 18!H). The names of the several precincts or polling places embraced in said election district No. 5 are as follows: Cooke. Election dîstrtetSso™ Park^'oirnty/M^nuna. ! \TOTicE OF EXPIRATION of the time I -Lx for Registration. Notice is hereby given that the time for the registration of the names of the qualified electors in election district No. 7, in the County of Park and State of Montana, -irior to the general elsction to be held on Tuesday, the 4th day of November, A. D. 1890, for the said County of Park will expire at 10 o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of October, A. I) 1890. The names of the several precincts or polling places embraced in said election district No. 7 are as follows: Cascade. I). M. Allen, Registry Agent 1). .11. ALLEN, Registry Agent. 1 Election district No. 7, Park County, Montana. N OTICE OF EXPIRATION OF THE TIME for Registration. Notice is herehv given that the time for the registration of the names of the qualified electors in election district No. 8, in tne County of Park and State of Montons, prior to the gt neral election to be held on Tues day, the 4th day of November, A. D. 1890, for the said County of Park, will expire at 10 o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of October, A. I). 1890. The names ot the several precincts or polling places embraced in said election district No. 8 are as follows: Springdale. C. J. V* estfall. Registry Agent, Election district No. 8, Park County,'Montana. T^TOTicE OF EXPIRATION OF THE TIME j 1 ia of that the time for the registration of the names of . the qualified electors in electiondistrictNo.il, in the County of 1'ark ami State of Montana, prior to the general election to lie held on Tues day, the 4th day of November, A. D. 18!», for the said County of Park, will expire at 10 o'clock p. in. on the 15th day of October, A. D. IS!». The names of the several precincts or polling places embraced in said election district So. 11 are as follows: Melville. Fisank Taylok, Registry Agent, Election district No. 11, Park County,'.Montana. N otice of expiration of the time for Registration. Notice is hereby given that the time for the registration of the names of the qualified electors in election district No. 13, in the County of Park and State of Montana, prior to the general election to be held on Tues day. the 4th day of November, A. Ü. 1890, for the said County of Park, will expire at 10 o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of October, A. D. 1890. The names of the several precincts or polling places embraced in said election district No. 13 are as follows: McLeod and Upper Boulder. . Geo. W Bakek, Registry Agent, Election district No. 13, Park County, Montana. to . Election district No. 13, Park County, Montana. N otice of expiration of the time for Registration. Notice is hereby given that the time for the registration of the names of the qualified electors in election district No. 14, in the County of Park and State of Montana, prior to the general election to lie held on Tues day, the 4th day of November. A. D. 1890, for the said Connty of Park, will expire at 10 o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of October, A. D. 1890. The names of the several precincts or polling places embraced in said election district No. 14, are as follows: Myersbnrg and Shields River. S. O. N. C. Brady, Registry Agent, Election district No. 14, Park County,' Montana. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That the time for the registration of the names of the qualified electors in election district No. 9, in the county of Park and state of Montana, prior to the f eneral election, to be held on Tuesdav the 4th ay of November A. D.. 1890, for the saul county of Park, will expire at ten o'clockp. in. on the 15th day of October A. D. 1890. The names of the several precincts or polling places embraced in said election district No. flare as follows: Big Timber and Sweetgrass. GEO. P. URNER. Registry Agent, Election district No. 9, Park connty, Montana. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the time for the registration of the names of the qualified electors in election district No. 1, in the connty of Park and state of Montana, prior to the general election, to be held on Tuesdav the 4th day of November, A. D. 1890, for the sat'd county of Park, will expire at ten o'clock p. in. on the 15th day of October A. D. 1890. The names of the several precincts or polling places embraced in said election district No. 1 are as follows: Citv of Livingston, and all the territory in T. 2, 8. It. 9, E. and all west of Yellowstone river in T. 3, S. R. 9, E. and 8 E. and north of Yellowstone river in T. 1, 8. R. 9, E. and T. 1, 8. It. 10. E. and T. 2, S. R. 10, E. and all the territory in t road dis trict No. 9, except that portion lying i'd T. 1 S. R. 13, E with voting precincts as follows: City of Livingston, First, Second and Third wards, Richland, Shields River and Mission. CHARLES GARNIER, Registry Agent, Election district No. 1, Park connty, Montana. N OTICE FOR PUBLICATION.-Land office at Bozeman, Montana, August 30th, 1890. Notice is hereby given that the following namea settler has filed notice of hie intention to maka final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the jndge or clerk of the sixth judicial district court at Livingston Mont., on October 13th, 1890, viz: Benjamin d! Sheffield H. A. No. 663, for the lots 2, 3, 6 and 7, Sec. 18, T. 2 S. R. 10 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on and cultivation of said land, viz: John A. Ennis, George W. Davie, William H. Phllbrick and EdmundA. Smith all of Livingston, Park connty Montana. E. F. FERRIS, Regieter. _(1st pub. Sept. 6th, 1890.) M ining application no. ts.-u. s. Land Office, Bozeman. Mont., September 23,1890. Notice is hereby given that Ezra R. Bowen and John Bowen. George P. Flannerv and Honry F. Douglas, by Ezra R. Bowen, their attor ney in fact, whose postoffice address is Cooke, Montana, have made application for a patent tor 1,495 linear feet (with 600 feet of surface ground) of the Keystone Lode mining claim, hearing sil ver and other metals, situate in the New World mining district, Park county, Montana, desig nated liy the official plat and field notes on file in this office as Snrvey No. 3,036, and being more particularly described ae follows, to-wit: Beginning at its northwest corner, a pine post 5 feet long by 6 inches square, set 2 feet deep, marked 1-3036. for corner No. 1. from which the U. S. location monument No. 3J86 bears north 45« 57' east, 199 3 feet, and a limestone rock in place, 3x2x1 feet above ground, marked B. R. 1 3086, bears south 30» 80'east, 57 feet; thence north 64° 09' east, 600 feet, tocorner No. 2, marked 2-3036; thence south 25» 51' east, 1,495 feet to cor ner No. 3, marked 3-8086; thence south 64» 09' west 600 feet to corner No. 4, marked 4-3036 thence north 25®51> w est, 1,495 feet to place of beginning, containing 20 59-100 acres, all claimed hereunder and forming a portion of township 9 south, of rangefl4 east (uneurveyed) Montana principal meridian. The location ot this mine is recorded in the recorder's office of Gallatin Co Mont., on page 457of book 4 of mineral locations, duly transferred to the records of Park county, Mont. Adjoining claimants are the Geneeeee Lode, unsnrveyed, Z. H. Daniels et al., claimants, on the north, and the Dolly Varden Lode, uneur vejed, Wu». M. Langston et ni., claimants, on the south. All persons holding adverse claims thereto are required to present the same before this office within sixty days from the first dav of publica tion hereof, or they will be barred* by vlrtne of the provisions of the statute. . _ _ K. F. FERRIS, Regieter. J. Y . Booert, Att> for Claimants. (1st pnb. Sept. 27, 1890.) time of the in the to the fourth county on the names em as fol Agent. Montana HEWS OF THE WEEK TIME given names of No. Montana, on 1890, at lit A. I). or district Agent, Montana TIME given of No. 10, Montana, on 1890, ten A. D, or district Montana. TIME given of 6, in prior Tuesday, said p. m. The places are as TIME given of No. Tues the p. The places as time given Charles Clark Stevenson, governor of Nevada, died Sunday of typhoid fever at his residence in Carson. The South Park commissioners have formally passed an ordinance granting Washington park for the use of the World's fair. This was formally accept ed in turn by the local hoard of direct ors and at once sent to the national commission. Representative Rockwell has reported favorably from the committee on mili tary affairs the bill making an appropri ation of 8100,000 to enable the secretary of war to cause an exploration and sur vey of the interior of Alaska, to be made by such a force of officers and enlisted men of the army as he may deem neces sary. Robert Sweeden, Isaac Saunson and James Hill, of Cache county, Utah, have been arrested on a charge of com plicity in 8 murder committed twen td-four years ago in Mendon. This is the same crime for which J. T. Kelly was arrested at Deer Lodge, this state, last week. There seems to lie no doubt that the parties arrested know all about the affair, which is explained as a plain necktie party" at the time of the ex citement over the horse thieves in 1866. The new state senators expect to get a ruling which will allow the census enumerators in sparsely settled regions additional compensation. In neatly all the northwestern states enumerators were in some districts obliged to travel great distances and many only received compensation at the rate of 81.50 per day. The chief of accounts at the cen sus office recognizes that this is entirely inadequate and will recommend increas ed pay for such. The funeral of Dion Boucicault took place at New York 'Monday morning in the church of the Transfiguration, bet ter known as "the little church around the corner." Never before had that lit tle edifice, so many times the scene of of 5, Tues the p. The places as ! act ors' funerals, heida larger congre- 1 time I •'"**" ^at assembled at Bouci given caillt's obsequies, of in -irior said m. The places as 1 lawn cemetv. Senator Pierce of gation than Rev. D. K. Hough ton and his assistant, Father Prescott, conducted the services, which were the simple rites of the Episcopal church. There was no discourse. The floral tributes were many and beautiful. The remains were placed in a vault in Wood given of 8, Tues the p. The as North Dakota has offered a joint resolution for the relief of settlers upon public lands who are sufferers by a failure of crops. It pro vides that whenever it shall appear by filing such evidence in the office of any register or receiver, as shall be pre scribed by the secretary of the interior, that any settler on public lands by rea j 8on ^ a '^ ure °f crops, for which he is 1 ia no wi8e responsible, is unable to make of . psyment On the p. The as of 13, the p. The as of 14, the p. as the the the 4th of the homestead claim re quired by law, the commissioner of the general land office is hereby authorized to extend the time of such payment one year, and the failure to pay shall not work forfeiture, and no penalty shall be exacted for such extension. The twenty-eighth anniversary of the issuing of the emancipation proclam ation by President Lincoln, the second annual reunion of old abolitionists, be gan at Boston on Monday. Men and women, who had been devoted to the agitation of the question, were in at tendance. W. H. Dupree, the chairman, delivered the address of welcome. Hon. 1'red Douglas, who was enthusiastically received, addressed the assemblage in a brief speech. In closing he declared there was no race problem in this na tion, and the only problem was to make this nation live up to the methods of solution which it had proclaimed. The afternoon and evening were occupied in reading letters from old abolitionists and in addresses. A special from Troy, New York, says that full confessions of the three men implicated in the recent train wreck on the New York Central have been obtain ed'for publication, and that they con tain many damaging statements. One of the most interesting features is the implicating in the matter of the J. J. R. W. M. L. C. M. time the the the 4th the the in Citv It. S. river 2, dis R. 1890. said of d! 7, up A. s. R. and tor sil in in 1 of 9 is of of the most interesting features is the implicating in the matter of the official leader of the Knights of Labor in the strike, Master Workmen Edward J. Lee. The conspirators say he personally fur nished them with money to leave the country after they wrecked the Montreal express. They describe his conferences with men who were leaders in the plot. The dispatch also asserts that the in formation regarding the identity of the conspirators came to the railroad people from the upper councils of the Knights; that since the strike began the railroad company had in its pay men high in the order who have constantly furnished information of great importance. These secret agents are still in the employ of the road and still high in the council of the Knights. By its action Tuesday in seating Lang stone, the house ended what was prob ably the most protracted and bitterly contested election contest it has ever decided. The result was a suprise to the democratic minority, which, after two weeks unsuccessful obstruction, was confident its opponents could not secure a quorum. But "whips" had been active and during'the first roll call it was discovered Milliken, of Maine, and Mudd (Md.) were not present. Messengers were immediately sent after them. Sweeny (Iowa) who had not been expected so soon, came in at this juncture and with Mr. Mudd cast the votes necessary to make a quorum Further proceedings were remarkably-ex peditious and O'Farrell, the democratic sentinel, was utterly powerless to check the majority. The yea and the nay vote, declaring Venable not elected, showed 165 republicans in attendance, including those who did not vote, but were paired. The Miller case which followed the Lag Btone case, was even a greater suprise, and in fact was not known generally to republicans that the leaders contempla ted this move. A horrible wreck occurred on the Philadelphia A Beading about of fever at have granting of the accept direct national reported on mili appropri secretary and sur made enlisted neces and Utah, com twen This is Kelly state, doubt about plain ex 1866. to get census regions all travel received per cen entirely increas took in bet around lit of vania, on Friday night of last week. Near Shoemakersville there is a curve where the railroad is about eighteen or twenty feet higher than the Schuykill river. Here, shortly before 6 o'clock, freight train ran into a coal train, throwing several cars on to the opposite track. Before the train hands had any time to warn any approaching train of danger, the Pottsville express, carrying about 150 passengers, came around the curve at the rate of forty-five miles an hour and ran into the wrecked coal cars. The engine went down the embankment, followed by the entire train with its human freight. The scene was one of great horror. The cries of the impris oned passengers were heai trending. Some of the passengers managed to crawl out of their prison and arouse the neighborhood. Word was telegraphed to Reading, and surgeons and a force of .*100 workmen were taken to the spot. The work was slow and the dead and dying were taken cut with great diffi culty. The wreck was all cleared away by Saturday night, and twenty-one bodies recovered from the debris. This is thought to be all the killed, although about fifty were seriously injured, some of whom cannot recover. congre- 1 senior grand warden, A. L. MASONIC GUANO LODGE. A nunul Conclave of the Knights Templar and Annual Communication of A. F. and A. M. The grand commandery Knights Tem plar cf the state of Montana met at Masonic hell in this city Tuesday in an nual conclave. Representatives from the several coinmanderies of the state were present, many of them accom panied by their wives. As the sessions were secret about the only business given to the public was thé election of officers for the coming - year, which is as follows: Grand Commander, A. J. Davidson; deputy Grand Commander, F. W. Wright; Grand Generalissimo, E. D. Aiken; grand captain General. R. O. llickman; prelate, Rev. F. T. Webb; Babcock; Bouci Hough Prescott, the church. floral The Wood has relief are pro by any pre interior, rea he is make re the one not be the second be and the at Hon. in a na make of The in says men on con One the junior grand warden, A. C. Logan; grand treasurer, George Brooker; grand recorder, Cornelius Hedges; Eminent grand sword-bearer, J. C. Vilas; Eminent grand warden, J. W. Thompson; Emi nent grand captain of the guard, J. H. Monteith. In the evening the work of the commandery was exemplified by the officers of Helena commandery No. 2, followed by a grand banquet at the Al bemarle. The place for holding the next annual conclave will be the same as that designated for the meeting of the Masonic grand lodge. Wednesday the twenty-sixth annual communication of the grand lodge A. F. «and A. M. began its sessions in Ma sunic hall, with delegates present as fol lows: W. T. Boardman, right worshipful deputy grand master; R. O. Hickman, right ^worshipful senior grand warden J. H. Mills, right worshipful junior grand warden protem; W. D. Smith, right worshipful grand treasurer pro tem; Cornelius Hedges, right worship ful grand secretary. Past grand masters Cornelius Hedges, J. R. Weston, S. W. Langhorne, J. A. Hyde, A. C. Logan, J. W. Hathaway, H. R. Comly, A. J. Davidson and Harrison Jordon, P. D. grand master. Virginia City lodge No. 1.—Robert Vickers, Omaldo Baker. Montana lodge No. 2. Virginia City.— Edwin D. Hare. Helena lodge No. 3.— B. W. S. Folk, John J. Raleigh, C. B. Nolan, past mas ters C. Hedges, Geo. Booker, R. Lockey, W. D. Smith, A. J. Davidson. Morning Star lodge No. 5, Helena.—J. M. Hathaway, Joseph J. Hinden, Melvin L. Slone, past masters H. R. Comly, J. C. Majors, A. J. Fisk, J. J. Hinden. Gallatin lodge No. 6, Bozeman.— E. B. Martin, John Gray, S. H. Osborn, past masters S. W. Langhorne, S. H. Osborn. Diamond City lodge No. 7, White Sulphur Springs.—J. T. Anderson, Max Sklowen, past master J. R. Weston. King Solomon lodge No. 9, Helena. — M. A. Winter, past master N. Fritz. Flume Creek lo<Jge No. 11.—James of 25, 29, the the Lee. fur the plot. in the the of of to to Jarvis. Missoula lodge No. 13.— F. C. Webster. Deer Lodge No. 14.—Henry B. Davis, James H. Mills, past master J. A. Hyde. Bannock lodge No. 16.—A. F. Greater. Silver Star lodge No. 17—Harmon Jordon, Patrick Carney. Bozeman lodge No. 18.— E. D. Furgu son, past masters, A. D. McPherson, E. D. Furguson. Sheridan lodge No. 20.—J. F. Free man. Valley lodge No. 21, Bozeman.—Wm. S. White, Thomas Dean, H. L. Kune, past masters J. R. Weston, J. M. Powers, H. L. Kune. Butte lodge No. 22— M. C. Riley, A A. Burton, J. H. Monteith; past masters O. P. Blam, A. Barrett, W. T. Boarden, E. A. Jackson. Mount Moriah lodge No. 24, Butte.— E. D. Aitken, Wm. Hamilton, Albert Mingee; past masters E. D. Aitken, Wm. Hamilton. Yellowstone lodge No. 24, Billings.— M. C. Martin, F. J. Thompson, W. J. Lamonman; past masters A. C. Logan, Charles Gould. West Gate lodgo No. 27.—Caleb Eldred. Ashlar lodge No. 29, Anaconda.—Geo. M. Hayes, B. S. Scott, Sidney F. Morris. Dillon lodge No. 30.—Phil Lovel, Geo. W. Dare, Philip Poindexter; past master Geo. W. Dare. Glendive lodge No. 31.— H. J. Haskell, Frank H. Marsh. Livingston lodge No. 32.—I. W. Baker, S. M. Nye, J. C. Vilas; grand masters H. W. Bingham, F. W. Wright, J. A. Mason. Acacia lodge No. 33, Philipsburg. —E. S. Maxwell, F. W. Stebbin; past master James McNulty. . Cascade lodge No. 34, Great Falls.—B. H. Powers, William B. Coombe, F. W. Wright. Monitor lodge No. 35.—Joseph Buzzo. Ruby lodge No. 36, Granite.—Thomas Davey, John C. Williams. Ionic lodge No. 38, Grantsdale.— H. H. Grant. Corvallis lodge No. 39.—Samuel Bope. week. curve or a train, any of the an cars. its of to the of spot. and diffi away This some at an of is J. E. O. A resolution was adoped permittin all Masons, visiting or otherwise, to sit in the grand lodge. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: Right worshipful grand master, W. T. Boardman: right worshipful deputy grand master, R. O. Hickman; right worshipful senior war den, W. B. Gould; right worshipful senior warden, J. II. Mills; right wor shipful grand treasurer, H. M. Pärchen; right worshipful grand secretary, Cor nelius Hedges. The place of meeting for the next an nual communication was fixed at Butte. In the evening the work on third de gree was exemplified by J. C. Majors, grand lecturer, of Helena. CASTLE NOTES. H. of 2, (From rli(* Record | The Cleopatra is getting timber and lumber preparatory to erecting a shaft house and will continue work all winter. A whim has been ordered and will greatly facilitate work. Had it not been for the scarcity of water the company would have put in a steam hoist. The Judge people are expecting to j have their machinery in position in a very short time. The shaft house, car penter and blacksmith shops are com pleted and development work will be accomplished a great deal more rapidly than heretofore. Under Mr. Bonner's s upervision great changes have taken place lately. Mr. Wm. Dixon of Livingston came over last Saturday, and when asked what he thought, of Castle, said: "Why, I am surprised to see such a town. I w as prepared to see a pretty good sized vilhige, but nothing compared with this. I have been in the Park all summer, but had I thought Castle was so much of a place I would have come here in the spring. However, it is not too late yet, and I shall be back in a few weeks to make some arrangements as to the fu ture." While there is not as much railroad talk floating in the air the past few days both Livingston and Helena are work ing away like beavers. Helena is now trying to induce the B. & M. to con struct their line from Wyoming through via the Musselshell country, Castle and on to Helena. If the proper induce ments are held out the B. & .VI. will lose no time in getting here. The Northern Pacific surveyors have been cross sec tioning their line from Livingston to Castle, the surveyors arriving here last week, and there is every reason to be lieve that grading will begin this fall | and possibly the road constructed to j Castle, as it could be done in sixty days j easily. Castle should be fully awake to j the fact that it is her duty to respond to the first one that makes a start and assist all in their power. The road from Neihart must not be lost sight of, as the graders will soon be on the ground and the road pushed on to Neihart. When once started there is no knowing where President Hill will stop, and while the N. P. is trying to make up its mind the Great Northern and B. & M. are liable to win the prize. Real Estate anil Minins: Transfers. The following transfers have been filed with the county clerk and recorder the past week: Lavantia Pease to Charles W. Hoff man, the northwest quarter of section 2, township 8 of in City.— Folk, mas Lockey, Melvin J. E. B. past Osborn. White Max — Webster. Davis, Hyde. Greater. Furgu E. Free Kune, M. A masters D. J. Logan, Geo. A. —E. W. H. Bope. man, the northwest quarter of section 2, township 8 south, of range 9 east, con taining 160 acres; 85,000. Northern Pacific R. R. Co. to Otto and Frederick A. Krieger, lot 21, block 64, Livingston; !$140. Northern Pacific R. R. Co. to Ellen Cooney; lots 1, 2, 15 and 16, block 86, Livingston, S405. A. J. Hatch to Lucy A. Merrielees, all of Fractional block 27, Big Timber; con sideration nominal. R. B. Basford to Laura J. Rogers, lots 25, 27 and 28, Block K, Riverside addi tion to Livingston; $165. Northern Pacific R. R. Co. to Charles Connop, lots 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and 32, block 37, Livingston; $970. Northern Pacific R. R. Co. to James A. Williams, lot 26, block72, Livimrston $125. Northern Pacific R. R. Co. to Martha F. Garrett, lots 18 and 19, block 56, Liv ingston; $200. A. J. Lett, and C. E. Collins to Ed ward Sweet, lot 20, Block80, Livingston; $600. William Grabow and wife to Alois Nicklas, lots 13, 14, 15 and 16, block J, Riverside addition to Livingston; $300. H. M. Parcher and wife to Carver Mercantile Company, lots 13 and 14, block 91, Livingston; 8425. John Anderson to F. F. Olson, lots 1 and 2, block 14, Big Timber; $125. Patrick F. Hanley to John Ray, one fourth interest in the Tombstone min ing claim in the New World mining dis trict; $750. John D. Boughton and wife to James M. Boughton, lot 9, block 120, Living ston; $550. N. P. R. R. Co., to Jennine Dixon, lots 13 and 14, block 107, Livingston ; S150. Court Notes. The case of Patrick Teirney charged with robbery as stated last week was called up in Justice Hosford's court on Saturday, but upon affidavit of the de fendant that important witnesses were absent, another postponement was made to Tuesday next. In the meantime Teirney was held in bonds of $800 for his appearance, in default of which he was committed. Wednesday Tierney appeared before J ustice Hosford, waived examination and was held to the district court in the sum of $1,000 which he furnished and was released from cus tody. In Justice Hosford's court Tuesday J. W. Johnson was arranged on a charge of assault and battery, preferred by Wilber C. Ricketts. It "appeared from the evidence of Ricketts that he had gone to McLeod's island on Sunday and was enjoying the shade of the grove. Near by was a swing where a number of young girls were enjoying themselves, and by of diversion threw to sit were right R. O. war wor Cor an Butte. de Majors, and shaft will been to j in a car com be taken came asked I sized this. but a the yet, to fu days now con and lose sec to last in the direction of Ricketts, one of wh ich struck him in the face and in flicted a slight wound. He claims to have started toward the girls with the intention of learning which of the num ber threw the stones, and the girls in terpreting the movement as one of hos tility against them fled in fright. The news was brought to Mr. Johnson of the affair and under the evident belief that Ricketts meditated an assault upon the girls he at once repaired to the island and proceeded to administer an ex trendy severe beating to Ricketts. Upon the evidence Johnson was fined $50 and costs, amounting to $9.70, which was promptly paid. On Monday in the police court John McDonald and Edward Roberts were each assessed a fine and costs amount ing to $14, for a plain drunk, in default of which they were committed to jail to work out the amount upon the streets. Tuesday Leonard Brown was arraigned in Police Magistrate Ilosford's office on a charge of disturbing the peace in the Merchants hotel the previous evening. He was fined $13 and costs, amounting to $22.25, which he paid. John Lawrence was arrested on Wed nesday on a charge of petit larceny and arraigned in Justice Redfield's court. His offense consisted in stealing a valise containing wearing apparel from a car on the Northern Pacific. He en Le red a plea of guilty and [was assessed a fine of §50 and costs, in default of which lie languishes in the county jail. On Wednesday at the mines on Mul herrin creek, Oscar Pitseh and Lenard Brown became involved in a quarrel over some trivial matter when Pitseh made an assault upon Brown with a miner's pick, inflicting a severe wound in his left shoulder. Brown was brought to this city and his wound dressed by Collins tfc Wells. Pitseh was arrested and brought to this city where, on Thursday, he was arraigned before Jus tice Redtield on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to do bodily injury. Upon examination he was bound over to await the action of the grand jury in the sum of $1,000, and in default was committed. Ililj Titulier Letter A. G. V ule and family made the over land trip to Hunters Hot Springs on Sunday. Gordon Bros, are building two cot tages in Boulder addition No. 1. Mrs. G. II. Wright spent Saturday and Sunday in Big Timber. She was accompanied on her return by Mrs. O. fall | M. Hatch, to j John lîenfro is doing j Phil. Seechrist's saloon, to j Big Timber real estate more valuable every day. night work in is growing 2, Mrs. L. G. Parker is to occupy the new building belonging to A. Stubble field. Registration is proceeding very slowly. George Hatch was in Livingston Sat urday night. A. II. Johnson, the traveling man for the N. T»., caught several strings of fish from the Boulder this week. The Arlington is doing a good busi ness. There was a dance at the Big Timber hotel last (Friday) night. Judge T. K. Lee has invested heavily in real estate this week, buying several blocks and fractioiml blocks from Mr. Stubblefield. An irate female with a buggy whip caused some little excitement on Wed nesday. The object of her wrath es caped her. The Crow reservation will be thrown open early next spring, according to ad vices received by W. D. Ellis. F. W. Gibbon, representing the P. H. Kelly Mercantile company, was in town on Thursday. W. L. Shanks and wife are stopping lots addi 28, James Liv Ed Alois J, 14, 1 one min dis lots was on de for he he J. by of W. L. Shanks and wife are stopping in Big Timber. E. C. Hale returned from a week's visit at Hurst on Tuesday. No further developments in the Swamp Creek mining excitement this week. Qrrr. Church Notic»*. Mrs. J. C. Bateman, a national super intendent for the W. C. T. U., will speak at the M. E. church Sunday morning and at the Congregational church in the evening Sept. 28th. All are invited. Owing to the absence of the pastor, Rev. W. C. Fowlér, no services will be held in the Congregational church to morrow morning. In the evening Mrs. J. C. Bateham, president of the National Sabbath Observance society, will preach. The Y oung People's Christian Endeavor society will meet at 6:30 p. m. Sabbath school at 12 m. Prayer meeting Tues day evening. Saturday is Crusade day. Sept. 27th. The ladies of the W. T. C. U. are re quested to solicit members for the union, and subscribers to the Union Signal on that day, also to remember the cause in prayers. The W. T. C. U. will meet at the rooms of the W. T. C. U. on Friday Sept. 23th, at 3 p. m. The Ladies' Aid society of the Baptist church will meet Wednesday, Oct. 22rd at 2 p. m. All who are interested in the work of the church are invited. List of Letters Advertised at Livingston, Montana, September *3, 1800. Blair, A G Blair Bros Beeman, Daniel Brooksbeer, .1 F Bryant, Dr John McNnt, J E Malloy, J D Moore, Wm T Onthank, Miss Kose. Poindexter A Orr Stene, Andrea Smith, Chae W Selby, Miss Florence Stanford, Miss Janet Steffey, John Steenson, Orrie Shawe, Sady Wormal, Mrs Delia Worinell, Mrs C W Williams, Miss May. Persons calling for the atiove will please sav •Advertised." s. M. Parks, P. M., Borgen, Thorn Colfine, It Davis, Frank F Douglass, J II Ewing, Fred Ewing, Wm (2) Lampson, W É Lee, Silas F Matthews, A K Myers, Miss Celestia Notice. There will be a special meeting of the Board of County Commissioners of Park County, meeting as a Board of Equaliz ation, to be held October 4th and 6tb, at the County Clerk's office, at the county seat, Livingston, Montana. Order Board County Commissioners. S. Deutsch, County Clerk. By T. H. Smith, Deputy.