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mnpim SLo* \l\sW ïVC tîiYY» U* 11.. s- NO 4 LIVING8TON. MONTANA. SATURDAY, APRIL 25 1891. PRICK 10 CENTS. ;iriiu)5tcm Ghitn'jmsr, n I M.'TI». MONTAN A, g. WRIGHT. Publisher. x 1 1 i; 1 * A V. A Plîl I. 25, 1801. P V \ Mil. K F N UK N TI<I\ invANcE iki • ' r *i 1 '"! ... k. l.o iiiL'-tiin. M.iIUnii: I M.SS \ SI-KI IAI.I V. — t» mul L'eneral land . Hitended to. lio/.KMAN. MoXT. Mi limy Broker. Montana. im Mile- III ne I,, p| \ I N M l!V K Volt — SI I I II Sl ATK- M INM'MM ItVKYOIt. l.miTpi i~e lllu. k, l.i\ing-ton. I, K I II. I I. i|M i \TI.Wt AND NOTAKY I'l ULIC. (nine in ■ment of llefferlin block, N|1(1 . - , i;, I I . 1.1 V I NO —TON , M . T. INtiSToN i -«ipMCVTlVI Bl ILIMNU AND LOAN I \»( M lATlON ... ......; s„ i: Il I......„ Viiel'resTS M N V K g h |.\-uokn. Attorney A. R. Joy. I , .......tings on the fourth Monday even-I „ninth, at VV II. Redlield s office | ular street. w. -KIILBREDK, DKNTIST — ill attention 'i'eti to the preservation of lml!l i uiieeth I mire m Miles Ituililiug, ( I m , l.n ingston j CAGE A DAY, L\ H'nltNM - NT I • A V si* Notaisiks Rriii.ir m \ l.oannl mi I« »I I time oniv:il :nnl j onal |i|o|,ei ly. urtiiein Miles Bh- a, Lit ingston. .) CAMPBELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW.-- in ivai .d National Park Bank, Livingston. VI.TnVM.li. W H CAMPBELL, M. D. ■b t-ieimiH and StirKeons. ri * r Main iiml Park streets, ovnr Nh limial Park Bank, Livingston. -M I I II ATTORNEY A I' LAW. (illire III ......... I ;, Miles Block,----- xi.-res, Montana. INs A WELLS, PHYSICIANS AND SC RG El INS. „I residence Rooms 57 and 5S Alhemarh Hotel, Main Street, xt.-roN, Montana. VHTII, VI D , I.ivinustov, Montana. tiffice in second story Miles Block. I Slt.WVK, I'lIVsK IAN AND Sl'RGKON, etoii, Montana, office at Peterson's Pharmacy. N It IOY, ATTORN K Y AT LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC. < «Il NT Y ATTORN K Y. oney to Loan. n c and Real Estate. Sole Agent for rsi<|p Town Lots, I* lia il road Lots and \. 1*. Railroad Lands s .«and Offlc«* buaineae a specialty* 1ST0N ASSAY OFFICE. Siller $1 Till Iron .............$'l 66 1 od Nickel............ 5 1*1 1 INI Arsenic........... 5 ®* ■J ini Antimony........ 5 l** ie dialysis.............$ 5 00 to $15 00 iv Analysis............ 10 00 to *25 00 "■•* '■> A. »I. tO I P. M. H. Lu GLENN. Slid essor to I*. E. Law bknck. Watches Compasses. tlie limn- hand to the Sun ,ini ' aie South io exactly half 'Giy la-tween the hour and the 'Kore XI1 on the watch. Sup Pwe that it ie 4 o'clock, jiomt . 'hind indicating four to the lin il, jd the ti^ure II on the "'deli is due south. If you can't understand this po to " • P* MULHOLLAND, CITY JEWELRY STORE n, l he will Juist you or put your watch ' n order if in need of repairs. "Il Strsst, LtTiagatoa That Tired Feeling Is experienced by almost everyone at this iki season, and many people resort to Hood's *i Sarsaparilla to drive away the languor and '"! exhaustion. The blood, laden with impurities which have been accumulating for months, moves sluggishly through the veins, the mind fails to think quickly, and the body is still slower to respond. Hood*8 Sarsaparilla Is Just what is needed. Read what is said by Mr. C. 1'artnelee, 34U Bridge Street, Brooklyn, N. 1. : " I take Hood's Sarsaparilla as a spring tonic, and 1 recommend it to all who have that miserable tired feeling." "For years I was sick every spring, but last year took Hood's Sarsaparilla in February i and have not seen a sick day since." (j. W. Sloan, Milton, Mass. Dyspepsia Makes many Uves miserable, and often leads to self destruction. Distress after eating, sick head* ache, heartburn, sour stomach, mental depres sion, etc., are caused by this very common and increasing disease. Hood's Sarsaparilla tones the stomach, creates an appetite, promotes healthy digestion, reUeves sick headache, clears the mind, and cures the most obstinate cases of dys pepsia. Read the following: " I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but little appetite, and what I did eat distressed me, or did me little good. In an hour after eating I would experience a faintness or tired, all-gone feeling, as though I had not eaten anything. Hood's Sarsaparilla did me an immense amount of good. It gave me an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced. It relieved me of that faint, tired, all-gone feeling-. I have felt so much better since I took Hood's Sarsaparilla, that I am happy to recommend It." G. A. I'aoe, Watertown, Mass. N. B. Be sure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla Soldbyalldruggists. f 1 ; six for f r >. 1'rcparedonly by C. I. HOOD Ai CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar LIVINGSTON NATIONAL BANK, liivingstou. Montana. I I CAPITAL. - - - $50.000. | SURPLUS, S4.000. OFFICERS : C. A. BROADWATER, President. A. W. MILES, Vice President GEO. L. CAREY Cashier. ( A. MACONOCHIE, Ass't Cashier. j __ DIRECTORS : j A. Broadwater. A. VV. Miles. *V. K. Tiiorcson. .1. A. Savaok. O. Kuikukr. M. Roth, 11. (>. IlieKOX. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. ; ; ; i ■ , 1 j j j I I ! I i Ultimi Part Bat OF LIVINGSTON. CAPITAL, - - $100,000. SURPLUS, $11,000. E. H. TALCOTT, President. G. T. CHAMBERS, Vice-President. J. C. VILAS, Cashier. I). A. McCAW, Assistant Cashier. BOARD OF DIRECTORS : W. M. WRIGHT. E. GOUGHNOl H GEO. T. CHAMBERS, F A KKI EUEK. VV. D. ELLIS. E II. TALCOTT. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Loading Rank of Park County. nterkst Auowkd on TIME DEPOSIT® Collections Promptly Attended to Estimates furnished on all kinds of work. Brick work a specialty. Manufacture Brick, and will contract to supply ; quantity to suit purchasers, rr will lay them in wall as may he desiied. LIVINCSTON MONTANA. TAXIDERMY ! Parties wishing specimens of taxi dermy mounted in first class style and at reasonable prices will please call at my shop, one block west of Entek pri-È office, ond s«*e for yourselves, or address bv mail. Express orders re ceive prompt attention. Correspond ence solicited. No. 1 prices paid for all kinds of game beads, fins, etc , in good condition. FRANK B.TOLH UR ST PHIL. MERCER & CO.. ! PETE ROBINSON'S OLD STAND, i A fine line of WINES AND LIQUORS. (IGA ICS A SPECIALTY. .IVIKOSTON, THE MONTANA HERD -OF Large English Berkshires Hoes of this remarkable stock, rompriaiag the heat (tie*" 1 in the United States, are alwaya for ïîto at Mtcea "auch below those ebarp'«* »«rahn. UM QU«»* »y '•*- wrn o^hVy acclimated and u usurpai faaiaeaBd **U^Ä n n invHed; correepoBdence aoltcited ««tpn.mptlyanaw-erej^ OAIit> "Grassdale,' Livingaton. 1 : [ NORTHERN PACIFIC EXPRESS CO. S ANNUAL SALE OF UN CLAIMED PACKAGES Will Take Place at Livingston on Thursday, May 23. All I'nckag«*«* Address«*«! I» 111«* Parties X:im«-d Below to Be l>is]t»«ed Of to I lie Highest Bidder lime ( bailee lo Obtain Valuable ]'r«>]i erly at Nominal Priées— All Must Go. NORTH KKN PACIFIC EXPRESS COM PANY. Office of Superintendent, / Middle Division, St. Pai i., Nlinn., April 15, 1991. I SALK OF UNCLAIMED FUEIIIIIT. Tu Whom [I May Concern: : Nniii-e i- hereby «riven that unclaimed coeds j and express package- addressed lo the parties named below, and remaining on hand unclaimed since May 1, 1890, in Iheollicesof the Northern I'a citic Express Company at different points in Min nesota, North Dakota and Montana, w ill he sold I at public auction, to The highest bidder, at Liv ; ingston, Montana, on the -Sid day of May, 1991, unless the same shall lie culled for and all charges paiil thereon. W. S. Hay, Superintendent. I II. Dyer, Agent, Livingston, Mont. MINNESOTA. Emerson, (' A: Everson, T J; Flynn, Jno: Grandelnieyer, (': Gray, F: Griffin,.!: Grimes, J W: Gomderson, M: Griggs, Mrs R: Goschen, M: llcrnby, T: Hollis, Jas; Hayes. F M: Hamilton, F M : Haiscann, N ; lngersoll, VV : Kirk, H : l.nse, ; Harry ; Lanegan. J : Lacocv, A: Larson, Louis: ; Lavine, L C; McKinney, WJ: Nickson, A: New sette, J: Nelson, P: Parker. Il L: Peterson, (': ; Putnam. Lix/ie; Rualey, Martin: Stephenson. H i B: Sleeper, C B: Hchannbacli, F: Standish, H: ■ Swisher, D B: Smith, VV M: Thurston, Jas: , Trabli, (ieo; Thurston. .1 : Varrier. E: Volz. Nick: VVakeman, B: Wilson, CG; VVagar, N: 1 Wink, H M; Wilson,.! E: Wilson,.! E: Warner, j .1 II: White,.! E. Big Lake—Moreau, N. Crookston—Hazen, J II ; Johnson. J i*. Cromwell—Peterson, P; Kohler, A. j Detroit- Blandmg A S: Blanding Jt S: Cassa j mer, F F: Kiamer, Adam: Nye, S I): Paterson, ( has: Reid & Co: Reid & Co. Sturdevant, C G: Taylor, G F: Wood, Edwin. I Deer Creek—Gieene, A. Elk River -Ed Williams, J George. Fergus Falls—Andrews, T R: Farmer, C H: Kampton, A J. Nelson, II: Hydinan, S: Tele gram. Fertile — Benjamin, X : Latimer, VV ; LaDue Jfc Co: Messett, I K: l llard. S. Gull River—Blacke. Tom ; Hall, H: Nelson, O D: Turnier, R A: l lgait, Mr. Glyndon—Feifer, R. Hawley—Ellefson, A. Little Falls—Anderson, L H: Hennenk. F: House, L (i; McDougall: Tuttle, Il B: Wagner, L. Lake Park-Peck, E. A. Moorehead—Curtiss, A A : Hall, J P: Merritt, I G K: Salmansou, A : Peterson, A. ! Motley—Hayden, C W: Martin, J. I New Y'ork Mills—Stephens A Co. i Minneapolis—Anderson. Minnie W: Album, A: ■ Ablherg, A: Allen, E; Amen, Jno; Boyd, Sanie: I Bloom,.! M; Beal Bros: Carlson, C; Diamond, I C ; Foster, BA B; Freese, Chas: Follman, .1 : Gnl hrandson, K: Gellerup, F A W; House, Bir; i Head, VV S; Hall, S C; Ives A VV: Johnson, II: Jannev, SAC: Knight, Jos; Lockwood, PE: Lara ÀI A Co: McCloskey, Jas; Malloy, Il II : Mpla. Synd. Co; Murphy, Mrs K E: Moline. M A Co; Nelson, H: Nelson, Dr J: Nelson, Mrs 8; Nash, .1 E; Occidental Oil Co: Owner: Peckham, VV 11 ; Settire, P A : Sears, KW; Shown, S H: VVilbnr O Co: Williams, R L: Wenzee, W H. Perham—Buhr. F: Gehan, J : Better A D. Koyalton— Karsh land, J. St Paul—Arthur, W A A: Antigo, Clias: Brewer, G G; Bruggeinan. M B; Barteau, Nelson: Breman, Ed: Bergnmnnd, C: Bartroche, A; Beau pré, K A D: Bergstrom J: Burke, C; Blonwey, 11 C: Clarke, Peter: Donovan, F E; Davis, J T; Fleming; Gilbert, K M; Goldstein, M; Erifflu, Thoe: Gibbons, Thos: Hansburg, Mary: Hamp ton, Richard : Hamilton, E : Hall, W E; Hiehop, PAM: Jarrett, B: Kuhn, Ben : Kanney, T; Law, G II; Larson, L; McCarthy, M: Murphy, P H; M vnand, W M : Miller, A : Maddern, M : Mohler A P N W Stamp Works: Nordstrom, F: N VV Stamp Works : Presley, F F ; Randal, W M ; Snter, W H ; Smith, W; Sanders, W; Sparger, L; Stetson, J D; St P Boat A O Wks: Sparkman, VV B: Smith, W E: The News: Union Hospital: Welch, L D: VVickmon, G: Wall A Co: Williams, E. St Cloud-Chapman, Mrs T B: Fennev, WJ: Miller, F. Sank Rapids—Demeales, A .1: Grove, R S: Lewis, J II: Pub. Sentinel: Wood, .1 II. Sauk Centre — Bohner, J II : Nelson, .1: Woods A Woods. Staples -Sanstrom, E C: Mrs .1 Tilley. Swanville—A Larson. Twin Valley—Nelson, N G. Yerndale— T E Buck: Cole, E L: Dederick, J II ; Mayer, E VV: Stewart, A F. Winnipeg Junction—Cedarberg, C A: Jordan, A R: Giles, S; Semen, F: Hanson, S P. Wadena—Kolzutson, Isidor. NORTH DAKOTA. Bismarck—Abby, Fred : Baldwin,.I H: Clarke, Cora: Ellsten, E: Hall, H : Jnlil, John: S-mrgen, 1.: Savage. C VV ; Stundard, .1 : Upright, Geo C. Buffalo—Ilawk, VV J. Cooperstown—Syerson, W: Goldthnte, N V; King, F B: H aliéna, S K: Johnson, I.ina. Carrington—II McHugh, E J Walton. Drayton—Breid, G; Fergusen, Dune in: Savard, II : Meldahl, Ole. Casselton—Dawson A I), Phil Webber. Dazey—Welly, Ed: Michels, M L: Krasgard, E: Baker, S W. Dickinson—Chambers, G A: Herring, G II: Nelson, C; Wilson, C. Davenport—Cole. J A; Page, G W; Stake, J H. Dawson—Griffin, F A. Fargo—Anderson, T B: Clarke, S: Christian son, L; Hedrick, II P; Johnson, J A: Kregner, J : McKinney, J W : McDonald, J: Manville, Joe: Mosley A Son: Miller. E J R; N I) Elevator Co: Richmond. C H : Rogers, W A ; Westerheim, K. Farmington—Keegan, J F. (irand Forks—Anderson, A : Dakota University : Ford, W B: Kamrock, Mrs: McCarthy. C B: Mc Gill, P: Rogers, A H: Scott, C A: Sullivan, J E: 1 Thompson, Jno: Taylor, W B. Grafton—Allan, A : Cooper. T E : Christianson, Miss E: Sedwick, T: (iilby: Barker, J R: Reiton : Bros. Grand Rapids— N P Elevator Co. Jamestown—Briner, Jno: Easor, J T: Kimbal, L: Knlwotz, Otto: Krutzmergen, C F. Lislmn—Barnes, P N: Bearfoce, R: Everson, P K: Heath, M L: Hicks, G: Lindburg, Theo: Mc Kee, J M : Peterson. A. Lam on rp—Davis & Son: Lllison Drop: I arkpr, [ S: Tavelte. I O: Whiteside, Thos. i Milnor—Fransgnrd, A A: Gross, A. Mandan—Trans. Con. Ins. Co. Mooreton— O Bergan. Medora—Chening, L. New Rorkford—Jenson, Hans: McDonald, Mrs M : McDowell, S: Parker, J L. New Salem—Fnrham, G W. Oakes—Snvder, J: Roddle, B F: Bean, Ed. Pembina-Smith, J : Patterson, TH. Sheldon—Mettgar, P D: Noyes, E E: Rudd, A BtShaw, J. Sanborn—Corgan, Thomas: Flewell, W. j Steele—Lyons A Woodmauser: Nelson, N. Sims—Cooper, Chas. j Tower City—Bull i«, H. , Valley City—Eldridge, F H: Retan, I,:Clau I 91 Walipeton Ban, Wm: Brown A II : Wilkinson, ! D K Wheatland—Gaard, A : Knoth. J : MareroU, AD. ! Wyndmere—Van Yieet A S: Harker, VV II: i Schuster, B F. MONTANA. Bozeman - Blake, W E; Benyese, F L: Ilo^an, Dr; Havman, A: Johnson, R M: McCauley, Geo: Powers, Pat: Reynold, Geo: Ward, WT. Billings—Batonche A M : Babcock AM: I »arts, Geo: Fleming, J K: Lynch, R: Ming Opera House: Morlne, M : Mason, Nellie. Boulder—Conway, M: Cockrell, 'll: ( romn, Con : IVmisson. A: Lind, C: Pries, G E:-Sawyer, J M' : Walker. Prof: White, G. Big Timber- Smith, A M : SaJovan, P. Custer—Coy.will, Jas: Hamblin, T J: Hoax, F i . Martin, T: Alexander. M : Nickerson, E A. Klkliorn—Mary McMilien, Shadwell, B. Korsvthe— H Y an Hall. r , Glen'dive—Barnes, W M': Hase, J: Harvey, E W B: Times, YVillard B Gallatin—llarrison, H C: Post, Mrs M. Helena—Auditor, State; Adams, SA; Blooch^ WI « Pub Co; Cox. n »iw» • M*' __ ' rj n. OK; Caldwell, A: Coffin, G H; Dohertr, J C ; Dlttman, Geo ; DavhbA more, ft; Davay. J; Dobay, P; Deegan, Roes; Dick Dell; Egan, Frmnk. anosa, F; Ellison, Mrs F H; Flynn, Thoe; '- ;Finn.B; Fisher,CA; Ft?**'*± ^ ; I KM. mam. Joe Gocdah Hedge« i?, fciœÆ'.W®** «! . ... .mu, aj it ; Harris Bros: iieam, Inspector: Hammon, utto: Indian Creek Mining t o: Journal end Co: Johnson, C R: Johnson, D: kartoeky, J : Keist, F 1.: Kinney A Son: Kelly, k- ,srv ■' <>: Koitchner. C S: Kirk, L: , M : Levins, Co; Levins At Clarke, Leavitt, ( has: Lander, H : Lamoreaux, W- Moore, G W; McCowah.W : Mahoney. PH: Montana Invest | ment < «: Marden, C \\' ; Mason \V K; Montgom ! *' r \' v i. »('Giiire, *1 ; Marhon, .1 : Moore, L: Miller. I L E: McKay, 1)\\ II: Merriam, J : Madden, M ; I Newhonse, B: Ni.jgler. A: Norcrois, W L; Ole ! *on, M : (Min, N D: Pritchard, A T: Power, T K: ; j ew, (» H: Paine, W A : Pierce, .1 : Peterson, M : ■ lower, TC: Palmer, M; Parott, K; Palmer, W I II : Herrin, II: Peter, .1 A; Purkhardt, P P; Item j «ch, Mrs: Ree«l, ,) ; Rojrprs, A J: Roberts, H: I Kosmthal, J : Russell, WC: Riech, Hattie: Roche, K .1 : Simmons, E; Sehaver, F: Silverman. M: Strong, M : simpson, D: Sanders, G: Smith, G H: Schmidt, J H: Schand. I) C: Schlegll A Wagner: j Seay, E: Shaw, J: Snyder, Il M: Smith, Zulu: Smith, C A: Shaughnessy, .1 J : Schreiber, H E: Stern, J ; Sniltin, E D : Sorgin, J G: Schaffer, F: Smith, B J: Stone, D L: Sylvester, A: Stansifer, W D: Saw yer, J VV: Tappen, L B: Tabor. A L: Tarbox, A J : Thompson, Thus: Theil, E: Thur man, W : laylor, (* M ; Trithv: Thompson, W: Taylor, W H; Tobin, T; Woodbridge, G H: Wen gier, F: Witmer Bros; Seinstem & Swain: Wood, Mr: W illiams, E W: Wing, R F: White, W V: Wright, ( has: Wilson, J. Livingston— C A Bradlev, E J Bennett, Cour houri, Jessie: King,,! D: Milligah, Jas : Parrott, May: Sellars,.! E; Sullivan, Ed; Kraus, Karl. Logan—Marshall, J VV; NP4 M: PH Ford. Laurel—A Better. Marysville—Bratnaher, 11: Bean, Fred: Clarke, C B: Davis, C F: Easton, O; Garmle, B; Lacy, VV: McKinnon, F; Patten, C : Plasgrove, A L: Bum mers, H: Steadling, K: Winston, F; Walton. Jno. Miles Citv Hollingsmnuth, A W; Treacv, VV B. Moreland—Fell, VV m: Olson, A. Placer Hughes, J: True, G H: Slmveler. J B. Prickly Pear Jet—Cox, Fred : Carl-on, A. Park City—Ahiline, 11. Rosebud- G F Vose. Stillwater— R L McDonald. Tow nsend — L VV Graves, .1 Wagner. D Sullivan. Toston- G VV Jones, C D Rader, II Sawyer,.! Fregoing. WieKes Annear, Win: Durham, J P; Mantille, A : Mavory, J: Lapan, .1; Mrs J Maulshagen : Roach, Jack: Steward, VV : Russell, Jack. Also unclaimed goods and packages in the of fice of Wells, Fargo & Co., named below: Great Falls—Brisby, G B: Fleet, VV G : Howell, A : Pngli, G E : Sleeté, A J : Stockly, M Cascade—Allen, W A : Burns, T:'Neil. R: Sun River C Co: Wilcox. G. Boulder—Cavins, VV .VI : Miirphv, T: Morris, N : Pearson, A. Helena Brady, Jas: Brown. Citas: Bounds, Mrs Reeves A B: Sweeny, Ed: Sellick, VV F: Tracy, G L: E Thiel, Jr: Thompson,.! L: Wallace. JE: Wilson, 11 : VVinstrom, Cy : Williams, J E : Wez enbeck, Louis: Jolinson, F. Butte—Armstrong, F: Broderick. Mrs J: Casey, Mrs Alice: Dakin, E M: Erickson, Geo: Fuller A H: Garliu, Jas: llogau, Jno: Howard, C 11: Mallory, Mrs J A: Moran A M: Maguire, Jas: Marsh. M W : Rincus, J : Purdy, Geo R: quinu. PS; Richards, Mrs VV B: Robinson, FJ: Smith, VV A. II. DYER, VV. S. HAY, Agt. Livingston Mont. Superintendent. ■ .VOR SALE—A Clark Chief stallion, live years a. old and weighing 1,800 pounds. Apply to J. VV. Nelson, Lower Main street livery stable. Liv ingston, Montana. ANTED.-A good Laundress, to whom the best wages will be paid. None but com petent labor employed. Address or call upon ; Mrs. Imo, laundry and bath rooms, B street, near I Park. w K OF P.—Meets every Friday in the Miles • building. A cordial invitation is extend ed to visiting brothers. E. 11. TALCOTT, C. ('. J. A. BAILEY, K. of It. and S. Yellowstone Lodge No. 10, Livingston, Mont. Y ellowstone park lodge no. is, i. o. G. T., meets every Saturday evening at 8 (.'clock, in the Miles Imiiding. Sojourning mem bers are cordially invited. A TTENTION.—Farragut Post No. 7, Depart ment Montana G. A. K., meets at Masonic Hall the first and third Tuesday of each month at half past seven sharp. Visiting members are cordially invited. H. VV. BINGHAM, Coin'dr. L. C. LA BARRE, Adj't. Q ueen Esther chapter no. a, o. e. s. Meets first and third Wednesdays of each month in Masonic hall, Miles building' Sojourn ing members cordially invited to attend. *1-31 'EMMA EMMONS, VV. M. IKK BAKER, VV. P. JENNIE LONG, Sacretarv. TEN-HORSE TEAMS WANTED TO haul freight between Livingston and Cas tle for a period of one year, beginning May 1st, 1891. For further information apply to or ad dress A. C. QUAINTANCE, Boulder Citv, Mont. WML DICKINSON. Castl Mont. 4-11 H. C. SHEPARD, Livingston, Mont. W ARRANTS CALLED.-Livingston, Monta na, April fith, 1891. Notice is hereby given that the following numbered general fund warrants will he paid on presentation at my office and interest will cease from this date: Nos. (>7Ga 678a 67«a 8'J3a 680a 677a 1393 1350 641a 681 a 649a 683a 683a 684a 685a 686a 687a 688a BMOa 691a 693a 693a 694a 695a 696a 697a 698a 699a 700a 1157 1154 1153 1153 701a 1363 1038 4310 703a 659a 1385 1372 704a 703a 705a 70(ia 707a 708a 711a 710a 7(.9a 713a 713a 1155 71 la 0S9a 639a 640a 642a 651a 715a 716a 717a 1U»7 896 718a 656a 719a 730a 634a 1156 1388 934 721a. F. VV. WRIGHT. County Treasurer. N OTICE.— U. S. land office, Helena, Montana, April 4, 1891. Complaint having been enter ed at this office by Joseph Lowe against Olaf Olson for abandoning his homestead entry No. 3817, dated April 5, 1888, upon the N. E. ' 4 Sec. 34, township 5 N. range 9 E., in Park county, Montana, with a view to the cancellation of said entry, the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 38th day of May, 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m., to reipond and furnish testi mony concerning said alleged abandonment. Tes timony to be taken before David P. Van Horne, notary, Meyersbnrg, Montana, May 31st, 1891, 11 o'clock a. ni. GEO. M. BOURQUIN, Receiver (1st pub. April 11.) N OTICE FOR PUBLICATION .—Land office at Bozeman, Montana, April 16, 1891. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of liis intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will he made before the judge or clerk of the 6th Judicial District court, at Livingston. Montana, on Mav 30, 1891, viz: William J. II. Sharp, H. E. No. 873, for the E 'j SE (a, See 13and E > s NE Va, Sec 13, T 9 S. R 8 E. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of. said land, viz: George II. Phelps of Gardiner, Montana, .losiah C. Vilas, Relia T. Smith, Fay Ransom of Livingston, Mon tana. E. F. FERRIS, Register. (1st pub April 18, 1891.) LIAS SUMMONS NO. 435 - In the district court of the sixth judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Park. W. W. Alderson, plaintiff, against Charles A. Carson, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: Y'ou are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the district court of the sixth judicial district if the state of Montana, in and for said county of Park, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten (lavs (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on yon ot this summons—if served within this county; or if served out of this coun ty but in th's district, then within twenty days; otherwise within forty days—or judgment by de fault will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is Drought to recover the sum of $318.35, with inter est thereon at ten per cent per annum from Jan uary 3rd, 1889, alleged to be a balance dne for goods, wares and merchandise sold and delivered, and work and labor performed by this plaintiff for defendant, between January 1st, 1886.and Jan uary 3rd, 1889. at defendant especial instance and request. ' Also for the sum of $64, with interest thereon at ten per cent per annum from October 16th, 1889, alleged to be due for money paid by plaintiff as surety for defendant while defendant was ex-officio clerk of the probate court of Gallatin county, Montana. Also for the fur ther sum of $64, with interest thereon at ten per cent per annum from August 31st, 1889, alleged to be due tor money paid by one Robert McKee, as snretv for defendant while defendant was ex officio clerk of the probate court of Gallatin county, Montana, which amount, for value re ceived, was prior to the commencement of this action assigned and transferred to this plaintiff. Also for the further sum of $64, with interest thereon at ten per cent per annum from Septem ber 4th, 1889, alleged to be due for money paid by one Richard Wright, as snrety for defendant while defendant was ex-officio clerk of the pro bate conrt of Gallatin county, Montana, which amount, for value received, was prior to tbecom mencement of this action assigned and trans ferred to this plaintiff. Also for the further sum ot one hundred and twenty-five dollars, with in terest thereon at one and one-fourth per cent per month from December 21st, 1888, alleged to lie due upon a certain promissory note, made, exe cuted and delivered by defendant and one Charles 8. Hartman, to the Bozeman National Bank, on tlie 31st day of December, 1888, whh h note said Charles S. Hartman signed at the request and for the benefit of said defendant, and afterward said Charles S. Hartman was compelled to pay the same, and for value received, and prior to the commencement of this action, said Hartman as signed and transferred the same to this plaintiff: and for all costs herein incurred, as will more fully appear by reference to the complaint on me herein!* And you ue hereby fail to appear and answer said complain*, as above requlxwl, the said plaintiff will nient against you for the aggregatesam of $5354i>. with Interest on the several amounts as afore said, and costs of suit. ,, Given under my hand trict con t of the sixth *«dieiul HDtrfctofibe state of Montana, in and tor eaid county o* Park, this 7th dav of April, ta theyear o f our Lord one tbonsaad eight derk. ] : NEWS or THE WEEK. Employment was given to 2,000 men Tuesday by the resumption of the Ed gar Thompson steel works. Brig. Cîen. John Gibbon, commanding the division of the Pacific, went upon the retired list at noon Monday. He ] was succeeded by Brig. Gen. Thomas H. : Ruger. After a conference between Secretary Rusk and many prominent stockmen from Colorado, Wyoming and other states, the secretary of agricultural re scinded his recent order moving the quarantine line south to the thirty-sixth parallel. This leaves the quarantine the same as before. The grand jury at Chicago has re turned an indictment against Dennis Sheehan, democratic judge of election, for forcibly opening a ballot box in the Twentieth precinct of the Nineteenth ward on election day. The penalty is a fine or imprisonment in the penitentiary from one to four years. In Sing Sing prison preparations are being made for two legal killings by electricity. Mcllvaine and Trezzo, both Brooklyn murderers, are according to sentence passed upon them, to be ex ecuted some day next week by the new electrical methods » Mcllvaine may es cape this tinle but the other is likely to Ho. The great powder magazine at Pozze T'antela, near the city of Rome, Italy, and containing 250 tons of powder, was des troyed by an explosion Thursday morn ing. Forty small houses in the vicinity were reduced to ruins, five persons re ported killed and more than one hun dred injured. The city of Rome was shaken by an earthquake and much damage done to property. Tuesday the New Orleans grand jury resumed its investigations of the Italian lynchings and it is expected will be pre pared to rejiort its findings by the last of next week. About 400 citizens have been summoned to testify before it, as to those who were present when the mob law was administered to Hennessv's al leged murderers, and if indictments are returned they will include scores of the most prominent citizens. An earnest effort is making on the part of cattlemen from the west to have the Texas fever cattle quarantine line established by the agricultural depart ment for the great cattle raising states of Wyoming, Montana and Colorado moved further south and made to con form with the quarantine line fixed up on by those states for their own protect ion before the national government quarantine line was established. The court house at Hansford, Texas» in course of construction, was destroyed last week by a cyclone. A brick mason and another man was killed and another bably injured. Every house in the town was more or less damaged. From there the cyclone traveled in a northeasterly direction to Paludora, a little town in Beaver county, Oklaho ma, which place is reported entirely des troyed. Both localities are many miles from railroad and telegraph. The interstate commerce commission has decided the case of John P. Squire & Co. against the Michigan ('entrai Rail road company. New York Central and Boston & Albany, involving rates of transportation on live hogs, live cattle and meat products, in favor of the com plainants. Live animals and dressed products of tlie same are found to be competitive commodities and therefore entitled to relatively reasonable rates for transportation, proportioned accord ing to the respective cost of service. A fight took place Monday night at Hoboken, New Jersey, between Dan Egan, the "Montana Kid," and Frank Cavanaugh of Newark. Egan is five feet eight inches in height, weighing 147*4 pounds. Cavanaugh is a pound and a half lighter and three inches shorter. From the start it was evident that Cavanaugh was not in it. Egan did all the fighting, and Cavanaugh, af ter ;he fourth round, only escaped Being knocked out by ducking. In tlie tenth round he was repeatedly knocked down, and the referee, seeing do chance for him, gave the fight to Egan. A collision occurred at Kipton Sta tion, Ohio, on the Lake Shore road, Sat urday, between the fast mail and the Toledo express. Both engines, three postal cars and two baggage cars were completely wrecked. The killed are: Engineers Edw ard Brown and Charles Talliff, Postal Clerks F. J. Nugent, Chas. Mill, F. F. Clemens, John J. Bowerfine, James McKinley, C. H. McDowell, Fire man Staley. Injured: John Danzig, son of the section foreman. None of the passenger cars left the track and none of the passengers received serious in juries. Secretary Foster has decided to sus pend the consular seal system on cars and adopt a system of locked cars and manifests which, it is believed, will be better ail around. The change is the re suit of an investigation instituted by Secretary Windom, which showed that the govern ment was losing money and merchants losing goods under the seal system. Nearly the whole time of the United States consuls at some points in Canada is taken up in sealing cars for the transportation of goods in transit through the United States. Moreover, traffic has grown to such proportions that it is beyond the ability of the de partment to make sure in all cases that goods are not dropped at points within the United States. Under the new sys tem cars in transit will be stopped at the nearest port on the border and examined by treasury officers, who will place upon the cars treasury locks. A Washington dispatch says: It is the understanding here that Minister Porter will be recalled from Rome within two or three weeks. For the present Mr. Blaine would like to have him remain at his post to help calm the angry passions of the excitable Italians, but eventually he must take a leave of absence in order to preserve the eternal diplomatic fitness of things. While it is true that Baron Fa va had asked for a leave of absence before the New Orleans lynching, the record stands that he was ordered away from this capital because of his government's dissatisfaction with Mr. Blaine's course. Under such cir cumstances our minister at Rome must sooner or later, in accordance with di plomatic usage, also take a leave of ab sence, unless the Italians conclude to come to their senses and send a minister here to take the place of the handsome young violinist, Marquis Imperiali, who now acts as Rudini's messenger boy in Washington. The fourth annual encampment of the Republican League of the United States was called to order at Cincinnati Tues day. The 1,019 delegates who compose the convention were very enthusiastic and cheered each speaker loudly as he spoke approvingly of the national ad ministration or assailed the democratic party. The national secretary, Andrew B. Humphrey, read a flattering report of the growth of republican clubs in all the states. The convention consists of two delegates-at-large from each state organ ization of the league and two delegates from each congressional district in which there are two or more republican clubs, together with the president and secre tary of each state league. All officers of the National organization are ex-officio delegates. In the evening a great mass meeting was held in Mnsic hall, which has a capacity of 10,000. Among those who delivered addresses were ex-Gover nor Foraker, Senator Spooner and ex Coagressman McKinley. To Prohibit Olwrene Litemtiire. The last legislature enacted a law which provides tha7 it shall l»e unlawful for any person to sell, lend, give away or show or have in his possession with in tent to sell, give away or show, or to ad vertise or otherwise offer for loan, gift or distribution to any minor child under the age of 16 years, any book, pamphlet, magazine, newspaper, lewd picture, story paper, or other printed paper de votwl to the publication or principally made up of criminal deeds and stories of lust and crime. It shall be unlawful to exhibit on any street or high way or with in the view of any child under the age of 10 years r.ny paper or publication of above description, and i: shall be unlaw ful to engage any child under sixteen years of age to sell or distribute such publications. Violation of this act shall be punishable by a tine of not less than 850 nor more than $300, or six month's imprisonment, or both. 8t«M*kgrowers' Meeting, The Montana Stockgrowers' associ ation met in annual session at Miles City Tuesday. The meeting was called to order by President Joe Scott at 12 o'clock. Thirty-five members rescinded to the roll call. The report of the sec retary and treasurer was accepted. The report showed the association to be in a most flourishing condition. The re ceipts for the year were 83,299.12, ex penditures 81,174.78, leaving a balance, March 31, amounting to82,114,34. Three new members were admitted. The af ternoon session was taken up with rou tine business, and the following reso lution, offered by Hon. A If Myers, was referred to the committee on resolutions: Whereas, the Hon. J. M. Rusk, the sec rotary of agriculture, having made in telligent, persistent and energetic efforts to enlarge the scope of the stock grow ing industry of America, and whereas, by his successful efforts in opening for eign markets to the stock of America, the stock market has been materially benefited and its domain enlarged; be it resolved by the stock growers of Mon tana in convention assembled that we do most heartily approve of his efforts for the better advancement of the live stock industry, and for the better edu cation of the stock growers, and we thoroughly appreciate the results ob tained by his efforts and by the work of the bureau of animal industry, by which the stock growing interests of America have been incalculably benefited, and that we call upon the various live stock associations in the country to give the honorable secretary of agriculture and the bureau of animal industry appro priate recognition for the work that has been done by him and it. At Wednesday's session Joseph Scott was re-elected president ; Green Preuett, of Helena, was elected secretary and treasurer vice R. B. Harrison, resigned; Alfred Meyers, of Livingston, was elect ed president of the board of stock com missioners, vice Granville Stewart, re signed. The meeting was closed with a grand ball and banquet. Mortgage Statistics. The census bureau has made public a bulletin giving the statistics of mort gages in Alabama .and Iowa. The debt in force in Alabama, Jan. 1, 1890, was 830,027,993, of which 73.70 per ednt. was on acres and 36.30 per cent, on lots. A large proportion of tlie debt on acres was due to investments in mining and iron and steel manufactures. The total existing real estate mortgage indebted ness of Iowa is $199,034,056, 74.77 per cent, of which, or 8148,814,635, is on acres, and 25.23 per cent., or 850,220,311. on lots. There is an average indebted ness of 8104.25 to one of population in the state. The chief rate of interest in Alabama is represented to have been eight per cent. Of the total recorded debt, 11.49 per cent, drew interest above ten per cent, and 88.51 per cent, at 10 per cent, or less. About eight per cent, of all interest is usurious and such rates are or were actually paid on 13.61 per cent, of the recorded debt. Interest at eight per cent, is, or was, paid on 48.60 der cent, of the debt of Iowa recorded during the ten years; seven per cent, on 21.91 per cent.; 10 per cent on 13.28 per cent.; six per cent, on 12.88 per cent.; above 10 per cent, on .02 of one per cent. The legitimate rate of interest is 10 per cent. The bulletin further shows that in four counties in Iowa, where thorough investigation was made, and believed to be a fair average of the state, 90 per cent, of the indebtedness was contracted on account of purchase money, improve ments and business and in Alabama about 96 per cent. Probable Mortier. A Missoula dispatch of the 21st says: J. Marent, a wealthy Flathead stock grower and an old-time Montanian, was discovered on the main line of the Northern Pacific railway, four miles east of Ravalli, at 5 o'clock this morning, in an insensible condition. Three gaping wounds, seemingly caused by the blow of a hatchet, or sharp instrument, were found at the back of the head. He was brought to the Sisters' hospital here by passenger train No. 3 and died at 1 o'clock without regaining consciousness. He was seen at Ravalli last night drunk. He was on his way to Missoula to be present as a witness in a case pending before the district court. At 5 o'clock this morning, it is learned, he was seen a mile or so east of Ravalli in company with two other men, who bore the ap pearance of being tramps. That was the last heard of him till found by the pass ing train. At the coroner's inquest, be gun tonight but not yet completed, it was developed that Marent had on his person about 8100 when seen at Ravalli last night. When found this morning he had only 82 or 83 in his pocket. This, and the fact of the drunken men being seen with him, together with the nature of his wounds, leaves a strong suspicion that he was murdered and then robbed. RED LODGE NOTES. [From the Picket. 1 A. P. McAnnelly visited Livingston this week. The farmers have commenced to plow and put in their crops. We are glad testate that la grippe has about run its race in Red Lodge. Work will begin in a short time on the large irrigating ditch above town. The Rocky Fork Coal company have a contract with the Northern Pacific rail road to furnish sixty carloads a day. The Northern Pacific is now furnish ing all the cars that the Rocky Fork D - Coal company need,and it is tobe hoped that the good work nr ay continue. ! Dan Brand has resumed work on the Î group of mines up on Rock creek. He will sink on the mines twenty-five feet more and then crosscut from the 125 foot level. Col. James R. Dilworth, the cattle king, was in tlie city Tuesday and looked as rosy as a boy. The Colouel has been sniffing the salt water of Norfolk, East Virginia. Billings Gazette: Before Justice Campbell Wednesday the man Golden, charged with the murder of James Rowe last month, was arraigned for a prelimi narv triaL Golden was represented by Dr. Burleigh, and the state by County Attorney Goss. Some little examination was conducted by the prosecution, and the defendant was committed to jail without bail to await the action of the next grand jury, which convenes next month. District Court. In the matter of the application of Barent S. Lavold to become a citizen of the united States. Upon due proof ad nutted and declared to be a citizen of the united States of America. Mark P. Portman t. q- ,, » q .. r Gunderson ys. Henry Ellingson. Suit t ismissed In plaintiff without preju , , r» # i . v f: Hugo J. Hoppe et al. Defendants motion for judgment and the pleadings argued and taken un der advisement by the court. The state of Montana vs. P \ See christ. The grand jury failing'to find an indictment upon the charge of for gery, the defendant is ordered discharg ed from custody. Hatch Bros. & Co. vs. Carver Mercan tile Co. et al. motion to strike out oer , . .. , , , tain portions of defendant Overstreet's answer overruled n t e matter of the petit jury for good ca ïf e „r the court excused George H. \\ right from attendance as a petit juror and special venire issued and returned served upon W. F. McLeod who wps selected to till up regular panel M. J. Hobbs vs. St. Julian Bismuth Co. Defendant withdraws demurrer and is ruled to answer on or before April 21st. Addie J. Hurley vs. Thomas K. Hurlev. Decree of divorce granted. Mary B. Clark vs. James A. Clark. Decree of divorce granted. Plaintiff awarded custody of minor children and decreed to lie the owner of the property described in complaint. The state of Montana vs. Charles Wil liams. The grand jury failed to find in dictment and defendant ordered dis charged from custody. Herman Bauman upon due proof, was admitted to become a citizen of the Unit ed States of America. Locke, Hulett & Co. vs. Stebbins Mer cantile Co. Judgment by default for plaintiffs for the sum of 8295.56 and costs. John Pullman & Co. vs. Charles II. Stebbins et al. Default of defendants Charles H. Stebbins, Charles Angus and R. T. Smith, tsatutory trustees of the Carver Mercantile company entered for want of answer. State of Montana vs. John W. Patrick; convicted of petit larceny. Sentenced by the court to pay a tine of 8100 and costs amounting to 8131.80, and that in default of payment the prisoner be pun ished by imprisonment in the county jail of Park county until such fine is paid or he be otherwise discharged therefrom. Herbert E. Jones vs. commissioners of Park county, Judgment for defendant. J. A. Savage vs. commissioners of Park county. Demurrer overruled and case set for Thursday, April 23rd. Hatch Bros, it Co. vs. Carver Mercan tile Co. et al. Plaintiff withdraws de murrer and is given until April 22nd in which to tile reply. Board of commissioners of Park coun ty vs. William H. Stulz et al. Judgment for plaintiff for amount of mortgaged debt and all costs of suit, and decree of foreclosure entered. William Woody et al vs. Leigh Beards ly. Plaintiff dismisses suit without prejudice. W. J. Hobbs vs. Purdy D. Barnhardt et al. Judgment for plaintiff for 81, 371.33, costs of suit and 8100 attorney's fees. James Connell vs. Purdy D. Barnhardt et al. Judgment for plaintiff for 81, 160.50, costs of suit and 8100 attorney's fees. National Park bank vs. Charles Ever ett. Plaintiff dismisses suit without prejudice. William A. Pomeroy vs. John R. King. Argued and taken under advisement. Ebenezer Daily vs. Rodolph Decker. Dismissed without prejudice. L. C. Romans, Charles R. Brown, John Egeler, Peter Kircher, C. W. Savage and W. F. McLeod, petit jurors, excused for the term, and special venire issued to fill panel. The grand jury submitted its report which was referred to the county com missioners at their next regular meeting, and jury discharged. Following is the grand jury's report: To the Hon. Frank Henry judge of the 6th judicial district, State of Mon tana: cess of any reasonable requirements for that purpose. The purchase of a poor farm and the letting of the printing con tract at the last special meeting of the commissioners appears to this jury to be inexpedient, and without warrant or law for the following reason, viz: 1 he words (for the consideration of business in relation to the county poor) are too vague and general in their import to ! give due notice that a poor farm was Î to be bought at their special meeting, The county being the possessor of one poor farm could not legally buy another îuvHl the first farm had been disposed of We the grand jury of Park county beg leave to report as follows: That we have made a careful investigation into all cases brought to our notice; that we have visited the county jail and po° r house and find them in fair condition with reasonable precaution taken for the safe keeping of prisoners and for the sanitary condition of both prisoners and county paupers. We have visited the various county offices and recommend that the present wood doors on the vault in basement be replaced by regular iron vault doors or that the doors be done away with entirely and the space se curely bricked up for the better security of the county records in case of fire. We find that the county commissioners at the December term granted to S. Deutsch, county clerk, the su in of 8600 to defray current expenses during the ensuing quarter. Of this sum appro priated for the above named special pur pose $125 was paid to H. J. Hoppe for services in promoting a treaty with the Crow Indians. There is no voucher to sho w how this money was expended, and no mention of the transaction is shown on the records of the board. The plac ing of this expenditure under the head of current expenses we hold to be mis leading at the least. W e believe this use of the money to be without warrant of law and in fact the money was never used for the purpose named, and recom mended that the proper steps be taken to recover the same. The practice of the commissioners in granting constant ly increasing amounts to the county clerk to defray current expenses for the coming quarter we believe has a tend ency to lead to extravagance and care lessness. If it is deemed necessary to have such a fund in the hands of the county clerk we recommend that it should be deposited to the credit of the county clerk in his official capacity and a more detailed and careful account be amoreuemiouaLiu --------------- kept of his expenditures and that such account should appear in the published account of the commissioners proceed ings. We deem the sums lately granted for current expenses to be largely in ex We consider the until the first as required by law. price paid was far above any reasonable valuation. We condemn the action of the alleged commissioners in accepting the deed for this property and paying fnr the same before submitting the said fo the c"nty attorney for his opinion as to the sufficiency of the title w hich we deem (after investigation) defective. The county now has invested in poor farms not less than 87,000 and at the same time is keeping the paupers m the city of Livingston in a rented house. The call for the last special meeting contained no notice whatever that a printing contract was to be let and that subject could not properly be considered at that meeting. From what evidence we can obtain the price at which the It R. contract was let appears to us largely in excess of the price that would have been obtained had due notice been given and free competition been allowed. It also appears to this jury that George T. Lamport, hauing ceased to be an inhabit ant of Park county, on or before the 15th day of September, 1890, in consequence thereof also ceased to be a county com missioner of Park county and that at the special meeting of the board on April 4th and 6th, 1891, there was in fact but one commissioner present, and that all acts purporting to be done at that meet ing are not binding on Park county. We recommend the proper authorities to take steps'to amend this printing con tract entered into at that session, and to recover all monies paid out in the purchase of a poor farm and to protect the countv in all legal rights that mav have been jeopardized by the'acts of the persons claiming to be the board of commissioners at that time. In view of the continued absence of Wm. Wright from Park county and state of Montana, and the further fact that the affiairs of Park county have seriously suffered by reason thereof, and the further fact that we have evidence showing that Mr. Wright made the statement "publicly" at the December term, 1890, that he would probably never meet with the board again as a county commissioner we recommend that proper steps be taken to vacate his office and till the same with a duly qualified person. We beg also to submit herewith the opinion of the county attorney. Respectfully submitted, Alfred Myers, Foreman. Geo. T. Chambers, E. C. Ross, S. L. Holliday, Alva Mavne, James ('.Reed and N. Davenport selected to serve as petit jurors to till panel. Nathaniel Davenport, upon due proof, admitted to citizenship. The state of Montana vs. Edward Mai ley. Indicted for burglary. John T. Smith appointed to defend. Plea of not guilty and case set for trial April 23rd. Mark M. Portman vs. Hugo J. Hoppe et al. Motion for judgment on tlie pleading overruled. William A. Pomeroy vs. John R. King. Demurrer overruled and defendant giv en until May 10th in which to tile an swer. Andrew J. Lett vs. John R. King. De murrer overruled. Andrew J. Lett vs. Frank A. Ross et al. Demurrer overruled. Lowella McBride vs. Joseph J. Mc Bride. Decree of divorce granted. Martin B. Dutton vs. Frank Bender et al. Trial by jury. General verdict for defendant. Harry Hart excused as jurer for the term and special venire issued to till panel. Hatch Bros. & Co. vs. Carver Mercan tile Co. et al. Time to file application extended until April 25th. The state of Montana vs. Dennis Leni han. Time postponed until Saturday, April 25th in which to receive sentence. Phil Bottler vs. Fred Bottler. Trial by jury and verdict for plaintiff for 840. A1 Davis to Etta J. Bloomburg, one fourth interest in the Index quartz lode mining claim. New World district; 8500. Emanuel Goughnour to Charles An gus, lots 9 and 10, block 93, Livingston; 8600. Herman Bauman et ux to Emanuel Goughnour, lots 6 and 7, block 94, Liv ingston; 8850. John Anderson and Alonzo M. Harris to W. A. Moore, a portion of block 3, Boulder addition No. 2 to Big Timber; 8300 A. Stubblefield and wife to W. A. Moeffie, fractional lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, block 3, Boulder addition No. 2 to Big Timber; 8175. Clarence F. Hoskins vs. F. A. White et al. Case continued by agreement and fixed for second day of next regular term. William McAllister vs. August NelBon. Trial of case reset for Saturday, April 25th. Isaac N. Daily excused as petit juror for term and W. J. Vmnedge selected to till panel. The state of Montana vs. Edward Mailey; indicted for burglary. Trial by jury, and verdict of not guilty. Real Estate and Mininit Transfers. Swan Swansa to Robert Griffith, lot 24, block 76, Livingston; $600. United States to Robert Aitken,south east quarter of section 2, township 1 north of range 9 east. A. Stubblefield and wife to W. A. Moore, fractional lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 block 3, Boulder addition No. 2, Big Timber; 8175. Isacc D. McCutcheon et ux to Will iam Donahue, lot 19, block 1, Gardiner; «25. Northern Pacific R. R. Co. to Idella M. Miles, lots 30, 31 and 32, block 82, Livingston; $*75. Northern Pacific R. R. Co. to Thomas E. Goodwin, lots 24, 25 and 26, block 36, Livingston; 8225. Billy Miles & Bro. to George Hawkins, lot 5, block 111, Livingston; 8606. Mine Accident at Granite. A dispatch from Granite on the 17th says: At the Granite mine this morn ing as the men who quit at 3 o'clock were being pulled out of the mine En gineer McFarland stopped the cage at No. 9 and eight stepped on, expecting to be pulled to the surface. The last man had only just placed his weight on the cage when, instead of starting on their homeward journey, the cage dropped to No. 11, a distance of 200 feet. None of the men were killed outright although all of them were seriously injured. Stephen Dido had his leg broken off below the knee and the bone was stick ing through his clothing when found George Kelly had one leg injured and received internal injuries and may die any moment. All of the others are in great pain but their injuries are not con sidered to be particularly dangerous. The names of the men are Ed W aine, Joseph Giles, George Kelly, S. E. Dido, Charles Karlow, Ross and Waters. The two Granite physicians, Drs. Slmh and Tower, are first-class surgeons and are ------- that '' an ^ ,lone for of course doing all that can be done for the poor unfortunates. How it all happened is hard to tell, as the stories told in regard to it are con flicting. The Granite officials say that the men got on the cage just four min utes before the proper time. It is now and always has been the custom for the men to get on the cage just as soon as it stopped at a station. The engineer put on the brakes and did everything that a man could do. The brakes would not act, but probably succeeded in checking the downward flight of the cage a little, because had not this been so it is cer tain that every man would have been almost instantly killed. No one seems to blame Engineer McFarland, but everybody cognizant of the facts says that the engine is not now and never has been a fit or porper piece of machin ery to handle men, or for that matter anything else, as several accidents have happened before from the same cause. It would appear that there is a chance for the state mining inspector to get his work in. The Sons of Veterans, in annual en campment at Bozeman Monday, elected the following officers for the ensuing rear: Colonel, Charles F. Morrison; ientenant-colonel, W. J. Jameson; ma jor, Joe EUickson; division^oou noil, Chas. R. Sanders; delegate-at-large, J. F. Fitch. The organization was well represented, and at night a banquet was given at Armory hall by the Bozeman camp.