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,, A OïVC^ • PRICE 10 CENTS. c 1» ♦ nittm f , Ul 4 S. NO V.) VOL. MONTANA. SATURDAY, MAY LIVINGSTON. 9, 1891. -iirmi^ton (L'mcrpw. I ,: H Hilma. arrived -iirmi^ton (L'mcrpw. ItllMiSTIIN, MONTANA. . H. WRIGHT. - Publisher. i. LO I » I » .\ Y . MAY I Ml III« »H! Il I.I- I mi; > I * I :\ ri" I i:i I ru I I ni ; i'i.i I \i »mi Uleets alnl General land '•«S attended In lie III l*o/i man. Mont. I I LOIN i: \l.l.oi ! I ! I \ M \ ITOIIN I V L WS |;,m 1 Estai id M lîroker. Montana. ! 1.1 \ v I : a i i.'i. \i I I : I w i Lip'll \--i I Mile- Block, I AI' III \ til I I KYKYolf IT.- M INITIA I N I lu ri I Block, It Kill II eel I'll UL II I 1MI Ni IT A lit I'l lil.lt VI L A U i;m I il l\IN I'« > \ , i:\tivi-; 111 ii.imng and Loan Asso«iati«*n Lmm.iX- Sit. E. II. Tai.iutt. Il I. w A. li Jtiv mi Hu- fourth Monday ,*tt W II. Riollii-ld'« -Klll.ltKLDL, S I t.-.-r I. J.IMIILTr X\ «I.i; A D \ V, I) K NT 1ST ' |ir.'-«TVntioll of MiIi-h b ii i l<l t n it, \l t *t g * v l.o nifil on long lime on real and < I i t -imal prupci iy. oil'ii-». in MilfH III ■<•.;, Li* in*rr»l«m. Y J CAMPBELL, \TTGRNLV AT LAW Glim- ui iviir of National Park Bank, l.ivinoHtou. > tD M. l'iiN.M.D. W II CAMPBELL, M. D . 1 . « anil surgeons. ind Park Hireets, > Bant, l.iiingeton ATTORNEY At LAW «U. I.INS A WELLS, PHYSICIANS AND Sl'RGEONS. Mix- .nil le-iclem e Roonin 57 and .V Alliemarle Hotel, Main Slreel, l.n ixt.i-rns, in, Montana. in eeiond atorv Mile« Block. vv I. SHWVK, 1'IIYSK I VN .ii in:;*loii, Office at Pet I !.. N It JOt , AND Si R( CON, Monlana Pharmacy . ATTORNEY AT LAW, NOTA KV ftni.H. ( (il NTV ATTORNEY. Money to Loan. In-Ulan. >• and Real Estate. Sole Agent for IümtsdIp Town Lots, Y I* ILiilroiid l^ots and I*. Railroad Lands I s ..ami office business a specialty. LIVINGSTON ASSAY OFFICE. '•"Iff ami >,lv«*r fl SO Iron ....... ......f3 ID ■*-)l\•*)• .... | i«i Nickel...... ....... 5 HO 1 •»•I. 1 INI Arsenic..... ...... 5 INI i ».|.|„-l . . . -»(NI A ntiinor.y. r, ini V" .ilii,at i w \ nal vaii».... .........* - r > ini t« $u. ini '.•nanlii.-iiK. A uni vais ... ........ 1)1 ut t« -a m» H. L. GLENN, isor to I' K. Law hkncK. All Watches Compasses. I ,,| int Ihe hour hnnd to the Sun •'uni t he South is exactly hnlf vytiy IxvLween the hour anti the ligure XII on the watch. Sup l«'s<« that it is 4 o'clock, point the hand indicating four to the Sun and the figure II on the watch is due south. Ifyou can't understand this go to W. P. MULHOLLAND, CITY JEWELRY STORE • I lie will ptmt y,m or put your vvntch in goo.1 order if in need of repnirs. Alain Stre*t, Hood • Sar sa pa ri I la has by its peculiar merit ami it. wonder ful cures won the con fidence of the people and is to-day the most popular blood pu rifier and strenKthen Ing medi cine. It cures scrof u1 a, salt r h e u m , dyspepsia, headache. kidney and liver com s EXTRACT I Ml 0 m y ÜÄJ 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 gS. Prepared by C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass. TOO Doses One Dollar LIVINGSTON NATIONAL BANK, Livingston. Montana. CAPITAL - - - $50.000. SURPLUS, S4,000. OFFICERS BROADWATER, Prcaiilent. L. W. MILES. Vice President UEO. L. CAREY Cashier. MACONOChIE, Ass t Cashier. K IT lll,l National Part Bant DIRECTORS : viiiv \ i it:. A VV. Mu Kh GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. OF LIVINGSTON. CAPITAL, - - $100,000. SURPLUS, $11,000. E. H. TALCOTT, President. G. T. CHAMBERS. Vice President. J. C. VILAS, Cashier. D. A. MrCAW, Assistant Cashier. BOARO OF DIRECTORS; < VV. M VVRIGIIT. KRIEGER. K E. GOI G1INOI li GKO. T i'll AM HER W. I) Ll.l.ls TAI.ro rr. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS A W F J D: G A TltANS ACTED Lfadiiti! I tank of !*:irk i ouiit> vtkrrbt Ai.r.owFD on TIMK IfKUOSI!*: Collections Promptly Attended to Postoffice News Stand! U .......i.i i * in in town ti Fancy California Fruits, Nuts, CON F E( 'TION FRY, CIG AI IS. 'TOBACCO, PIPES. Stationery and Books. A. CROONQUIST. Prop. LOWER MAIN STREET FEED CORRAL, BILLY MILES & BRO PROPRIETORS. BALED BAY, CHOP FEED, WHEAT and OATS for sale by tii« pound <>r ill CAR LOTS O I Go: ! W pie, Il , j ton, I' (■ M P ! si ! I Lew A Il 1 ! L: ! II j ! son. Host ol care given to all Stock placed in my i are. Prices fieas.iiial.le ! _ _ _____________ . I $1,000.00 REWARD Tilt* above reward will be paid for th»* arrest and «oiivietion of anv person or persons for stealing* unlawfully killing, or defacing or alter ing the brands of cattle or horses hearing the fol lowing. and tin* property «»f th** undersigned: 79 25 Tu«: Montana i atti.k co Tin: North vv KsT t atti.k i PHIL MERCER & CO.. |P|.;TK ROBINSON'S OLD STAND. | A line line of WINES AND LIQUORS. I ItiAIIS A Sl'I'N'lAI.TY. THE MONTANA HERD -OF Large English Berkshires 11,«. of till« remnrknide «toc It, comprfdne the l.e»tWo4ui in Ute ! nited «ales, »re »Iwmo» for »»le at iirlcee inMli below thow «li»nted tureim ll»r «UMitV l>T WMitern breeder!.. ITley »re tlior 5-Ap.nV «ml 1 im>nrp.«*ed Yn elze «nd I»*««*: correet-vwlenre ».rthited »nd proliiptl.v «"I'wered. WALTER lltMll»AI.I.. ''(iMteadatc," !Jvtijgenm ! Gill, Miss I.: P Kee, S: M : It: i ; ' ' sin, • i j Ilr; Geo: ! Con: J i i i.-: ! i i ! VV /• I I * ! § ! I I NORTHERN PACIFIC EXPRESS CO.'S ANNUAL SALE OF UN CLAIMED PACKAGES w Take Place at Li >n Saturday, Ma »II l*;i«-k:iges Nameil Itel Hie Vilil rcssc.l tn tlic Parti« « to lie l»isp..seil or to lllglu-st Itillilel Ita « liani i C til Obtain Valnal.l« I I Nominal Prii-cs AII Must On. iiy NOIE I II IN I'U ll lt; K.VPIJKSS COM PAN V. I »FPM F ingeton, Monti unless the Hil111 paid therein). I i.... * " I : 1 C It. Ilf SliCKieiXTKMIKNT, , Mill dit: Divi-ion, St. Paît., Minn.. April 15, lHIll. I ■: of i mt aimku kkkhtit. To Whom li Mio Concern: Notire i- hereby given that iiurlaimed goods and express packages addressed to the parties iiHined below, and remaining unhand unclaimed i since Mail, IKHtl, in the offices of the Northern Pa . cine Express Company at different points in Min Ä nesota, North Dakota and .Mol.tana, will he sold ! " at puliiic auction, to the highest bidder, at I,iv na, on the gHd day of May, istil, -liai I lie called tor and all charges | Dym:, Agent, Li s. Il.ir. Superintendent. „ ngston, Mont. SIXNKKOT.l. Aitkin Alli-n, F M : Eincrson. M: Giblierlson, A: Murray, Rev li: VV right, ii: Bohr. A: Baird, II ; Jarlnnv, F: Keiser. P: McFarland. VV, |'. M «V St I. lit. Anoka—-Charles Hood lirai nerd —Armstrong, G : Anderaon Tofee: Blake, N: Broun, G: Brown, Il L: Booth. VV C: Brush. Lizzie: Bartlett, s K: Brown, E VV : tta A: Buckingham, I. II: Biirno, D: Curtiss, K VV : rassitt. Geo: Cassidy, Dan: Craig, Jno: Can Held, D B: Cullen, E: Cheadle, E K: Dickinson, A L: Dasson. M II: Dolan, L; Dickinson, Bill: Emerson, c A: Everson, T J: Flynn. Jno: Grandeimeyer, < : Gray. F: Griffin, J : 'Grimes, J W : Goniderson, M: Griggs, Mrs R; Goschen, M: Hornby, T: Hollis, Jas: Hayes, F M: Hamilton, F M: Ilalseanu, N: Ingersoll, VV; Kirk, II: I,use, Harry ; l.anegan. J : l.acocy, A : Larson. Louis: l.nvino. IT': McKinney, VV J : Nickson, A: New sette, .1 : Nelson, P: Parker, Il L: Peterson,«': Putnam. Lizzie: Kualey, Martin: Stephenson, II II: Sleeper, «' P>: Scliaunbach, F: Stalinist], 11: Swisher, D P>: Smith, VV .VI: Thurston, Jas: Trut.-li, Geo: Thurston. J: Carrier, E: Volz. Nick: VVakeman, B: Wilson, CG: Wagar. N: Wink, II M: Wilson, J L: Wilson, J K: VVarner, J II: White, J K I'.'g Lake Moreau, N. «'rookston Unzen, J II : Johnson. J p. Cromwell—Peterson, P: Kohler, A. Detroit Blanding ,V S; Blandiug A S; I'assa mer, F F: Kiamer, Adam: Nye, s |>: Paterson. (Jias; Iteid A' Co: Reid A Co. Sturdevant, c G; Taylor, G F: Wood, Edwin. Deer Creek Gieene, A. Elk River Ed Williams,.) George. Fergus Falls Andrews, T R: Farmer, c II: Kamplou, A J. Nelson. II; Rvdiuau, S; Tele gram. Fertile Benjamin. N: Latimer. VV : LaDue A Co: Messet!, I K : ('Hard, S. «•till River —Blacks. Tom : Hall. II: Nelson, <* D: Turnier, li A; Ugait, Mr. Glvndon Feifer, R. Hawley Ellefsou, A. Little Falls -Anderson. L II: Ilenuenk, F; House, I.G: McDougall : Tuttle, Il li: Wagner, L. Lake Park Peck, K. A. Mimrehend—Curtiss, A A : Hall, J P: Merritt. G R: Saln.nnson. A: Peterson, A. Motlei Hayden, C W : Martin, J. New York Mills- Stephens A' Co. Minneapolis- Anderson, Minnie W: Album, A til bei - --- -- - - M P ter, ! It: ! son, rill, II: P W t eight ; ! r VV. K ed J \ i ! tiers , A : Allen, E: Amen, Jdo: lioy.l. Sanie;; A Bloom, J M: Beal Bros: Carlson. «': Diamond, ! O ; Foster, I. ,V II: Freeee, Chas: Loll man, J : Gnl hrandson. K: Gelleru)), F & W: House, Bir: Head, W S: Hall. SC; Ives & W; Johnson, II: I Jannev, S ,V C: Knight, Jos: Lockwood, P E:| Lara M »V Co: McCInskey. Jas: Malloy, II II ; Mpla.Synd. Co: Murphy, Mrs K E: Molin Go: Nelson, H: Nelson. Dr J: Nelson Nash, J E: Occidental oil Co: Owner; Peck ham. W 11 ; Settire, PA; Sears, KW: Shown, S II: Wilbur O Co: Williams, R L: Wenz.ee, W H. Perliam—Bnlir. F: Gehan, J : Better X D. Roy all on — Karsh la mi, J. st Paul- Arthur, W A A: Antigo, ('lias: Brewer, G G; Briiggeiiian. M li: Barn-an, Nelson : Brenian, Ed: Bergaiiinnd, (': Bartroche, A: Bean pie, K »V I): Bergstrom J: l.nrke, C: Blonwev, Il C: Clarke, Peter: Donovan, F E: Davis, J T: Fleming: Gilbert, K M: Goldstein, M; Kritiin, Tlios: Gibbons, Thus: llanshnrg, Mary; llainp ton, Richard: Hamilton, E: Hall. W E; ilishop, I' »V M: Jarrett, II: Kuhn, Ben: Kanney, T; Law, (■ Il: Larson, L: McCarthy, M: Mnrpliv, P II: M ynand, W ,M : Miller, A : Maddern, M : Moliler & P N W Stamp Works: Nordstrom, F: N W stamp Works: Presley, F F: Randal, W M; Sitter, VY II : Smith, W: Sanders, W: Sparger, L: Stetson..! D; si I* Boat A O Wks: Sparkman, VY B: Smith, W K:The News: lYiion Hospital: Welch, 1. D: Wickinon, G: Wall A Co: Williams, K. St Cloud Chapman, Mrs T B: Fennev, W J : Miller, F. Sank Rapids—Deme.iles, A J: Grove. R S: Lew is, J II : Pnh. Sentinel: Wood, J H. Sank Centre— Bohner, J II: Nelson, J: Woods A Woods. Staphs Sanstrom, E C: Mrs J Tilley. Swanville—A Larson. Twin Yallev—Nelson, N G. Yerndale— T E Buck: Cole, E L: Dederick, J Il ; Mayer, E W: Slew art. A F. Winnipeg Jonction —Cedarberg, (' A: Jordan, All: Giles, S: Semen, F: Hanson, s I*. Wadena Kolznt-son, lsidor. NORTH DAKOTA. Bismarck A bbv^ Fred : Baldwin, J II: Clarke, Cora: Klinten, E:'Hall, II : Julil, John : s-mrgen, L: Savage, c W: Standard. J: I'pright, Geo <'. Buffalo—Hawk, VY J. Cooperstown—Syerson, W : Gnldthnte, N Y: King, F B: llallen'a, S K: Johnson, Lina. Catrington — II McHugh, E J Walton. Drayton llreid, G ; Fergosen, Dune m : Savard, II : Meldahl, (lie. ( 'asselton— Dawson A I), Phil Webber, Da/.ey Welly, Ed: Michels, M I.: Krasgard, E: Baker, S VY. 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, H P: Johnson, JA ; Kregner, J: at ns m V ! / MrsS- Î 'eckham ' ing I ! IKE C/V N th lH'.ll. droee VY. W •riven office T2Sa, 73tia, 745a, 747a. the all John said the action N McKinney. J VV: McDonald, J: Manville, Joe; Mosley & Son : Miller. E J K : N O Elevator Co; Richmond. C II: Rogers, \\ A: \Vo^torlleinl, K. Farmington—Keegan, J F. Grand Forks—Anderson, A : Dakota University: Ford. VV B: Kamrock, Mrs: McCarthy, C B: Mr Gill, F: Rogers, A H : Scott, «' A : Snllivan. J E : Thompson, J no : Taylor, VY B. Grafton -Allan, A: Cooper. T K: Christianson, Miss E: Bedvvick, T: Gilby: Barker, J If: Reiton Bros. Gland Rapids- N P Elevator Co. Jamestown—Briner, Jno: Easor, J T: Kiiuhal, I.: Kuivvot/., Otto: Krnt/.mergen, C F. Lisbon - Barnes, I* N : Bearfme, R: Everson, P K: Heath, M L: Hicks, G : Lindhiirg, Theo: Mc Kee, J M : Peterson, A. Lainonre—Davis * Son: Ellison Bros: Parker, S: Tavelte. I O: Whiteside, Thos. Milnor—F'ransgnrd, A A: Dross, A. Mandan—Trans. Con. ins. Co. Mooreton— O Bergan. Medora—Chen ing, I New Rockford—Jen M : McDowell, S: Parker. J New Salem—Fnrliam, G VY. Oakes—Snvder, J : Uwidie, B F: Bean, Eli. Pembina—Smith, 4 : Patterson, T 11. Sheldon Mettgar. P D: Noyes, E E: Rudd, A It: Shaw,J. Sanborn— Corgun, Thomas: Ftevvell. VV. Steele—Lyons & VYi*odmauser : Nelson, N. Sims—Cooper. Chas. Tower City —Bnllis, H. Valley City-Kldridge, F II: Retan, L: Claii sin, G. • Wahpeton— Ban, Win: Brown A II: VV ilkinson, BE.' Wheatland—Gaard, A: Knotli.J: Marsroll, AD. Wvndmere—Van Yleet A S: Harker, VV H: Schuster, B F. MONTANA. Bozeman—Blake, W E: Benvese. F L: Hogan. Ilr; Dayman, \: Johnson, lit: McCauley, Geo: Powers, Pat: Reynold, Geo: Ward. W T. Billings—Batohclie A M: Babcock A M: Davis, Geo: Fleming, 4 E: Lynch. R: Wing Opera lions.': Morine, M: Mason, Nellie. Boulder—Conway. M: Cockrell, II: Cronin, Con: Demiseon. A: l.iml, C: Pries, G E: Sawyer, J VV : Walker, Prof: White, G. Big Timber- smith, A M: Salovan, P. Custer CozwJII, Jas: Hamblin, T J: Hoax, F i.-: Martin, T: Alexander. M : Nickerson, K A. Klkhoru—Mary McMillen, Shadwell, B. Forsythe— H V an Hall. ... - Glendi'e—Barnes, W W : Hnse. J : Harvey, E VV B: Times. Willard R tlailatiu—Harrison. H C: Poet, Mrs M ed Olson 3817, 34, entry, appear at 10 mony timony notary, o'clock N is has proof will ou No. Sec and Phelps Relia <»«««* il is has proof proof Jenson, Hans: McDonald, Mrs ] the ! : II. ! E. I W. > ! dence ; William i Y ! conntv, N ! i that th« and in the claims That assigns, vour your togetiier uinetv of, Chi( .... ...v 2321, to th«» C; Citizen s riar»e. No Pni)Co; : C*x? Walter :Vow«r, PA ; C'ook, S;Cote. /• K- Caldwell. A: Coffin, G H; Conncea, CC; SJL&&7 tion shown the ... . ................— \ f H : Lamoreanx, W : Moore, «. W . McCowaii. w! M»honév!' p H: Montana invest m'h.": l"m!u£ McKay. I» \v it ; Merrtain, J : Madden, M : J I J ,: H ;l!»a. Rotier MillsCo: Hollin-.'er. W: Hilma. I * il on .'l* i " : Hilton Co: Hines, G J.: H-tton, \\ : ! Hutch in*, \v .1 ; Holman, .1 K : llOL'nn. i.eo: Hoi § ?f* r ;, A M J Hackhuali, 11 K: llilla^ue, « > I): Hay. W , : Hansen, M t.: Hall. >1 II : Harris Bros: Heath, Inspector: llanimon, Otto: Indian Creek Minin:; t o: .tournai Pun Co: .lohnson. C R: Johnson, 1>: Kartnsky, J: Keist, F L: Kinnev ,V Son: Kelly, ! A,srv Kimper. J i) : Koitchnêr. C S: Kirk. 1.: I I ruer . G M : Levins I „vins X- Clarke. I.ea\ ill. V K Neil. snn strong, M : si in peon. I) : Sanders, G : Smith, G II Schmidt,.I il; Schaml. 1) ( : Schlegil ,v Wagner Seay, K : Shaw, .1; Snyder, Il M : Smith, Zulu : I Smith, V A; siiaiiL'hnessy, .1 .1 : Schreitier, Il K: Stern, .1 : Sniffin, K I): Sorgt n, J G: Schaffer. F: Smith. It .1: Stone, I) L: Svl\eater. A: Stansifer, " 11 : Sawyer,.I W; Tappen, I. B: Tabor.-V L: Tarlmx. A J : Thoiffps.m, Time: Theil, E: Timr iii.'in, \V : Taylor, OM: Trilby: Thompson, W : fay lor, W II; Tobin, T: Woodbritlge, i; II: Wen gier, F: Witnier Itroe: Seinstem A Swain: Wood, Hr: M illiams, E W: Wing. R F: White. W V: " Wright, ctias: Wilson, J. Livingston— C A Bradley, E .1 Bennett, Conr I liouri, Jessie; King,.I I»: Milligan, Jas: Parroit, : May: Sellars,,! E: Sullivan, Ed: Krans, Karl. I.ogan - Marshall, .1 W: N I' A M : I' B Ford. 1 Laurel A Better. Marysville— Bratnaber, II: Beau, Fred: Clarke, C B: Davis, C F: Easton, t); Uarmle, I!; Lacy, W: McKinnon, F: Patten, C: I'lasgrove, A L: l»iim mers, II: Sfeadling, F: Winston, F: Walton. .1 no. Miles Citv -llollingsinoiith, A \V : Treacv, \\ It. Moreland—Fell. W m: Olson, A. IMacerHughes, .1 ; True, O il : Shaveler. .1 It. Prickly Pear Jet—Cox, Fred: Carlson, A. Park city—Abiline, II. Rosebud—<1 F Vose i . » „■ „ . ,, . " .V A | ,n ? r ' " m: . Onrhain IP: Manville, Ä . M T'JÄ't i ,, Mrs ,* Mau'shagen: ! " H< ' '* a< " • Rnseell, Jai k A Iso unclaimed goods and packages in the of | Ti'Ivnsend L w® w.gner, D Sullivan. 1 Toston-G w Jones, c D Rader, il sawyer, j . Fregoing. | „ ........ = . nee of W ells, 1 argo A ( o., named below : Great Falls—Brishy, G B: Fleet, W G: Howell Pugh, G E : Sleeîè, A J : Stockly, M Cascade-Allen, W A: Burns, T River C Co: Wilcox. G. Boulder Cavins, W M : Murphv, T: Morris, N : Pearson, A. Helena Brady, Jas: Brown, ( lias: Bounds, Mrs M : Bradford, F VV : Cable, E: Cobb, Maggie: Cole, Jno: Campbell, A A : Campbell A VV : Coan, P J : Curtiss, Hon C D : Cl uni as, Henri : < 'arpen ter, E R E: Crafts, W F: Donnelly, M: Dunn, J ! It: Foitatn, J O: Fongrutte, F: Gates, A It: ! Graies, S A : Graham, Geo D: lieavner, F: llaffer hack, t) L: Hamilton, II J: Irvine. Miss Alice: Jones. F D: Jolilin, Win: Journal Pub Co: Ja eoii.v, A Hehl: KuMiand, S: Kruger, Chas: Lar son, Andrew: Limjuist, ('has: Moore, L I.: Mer rill, GW: Noonan, D: Nicholson, J VV : Nord, Miss: Owner: Penod, Sy: T S Powers A Co: Reeves A B: Sweeny, Ed: Sellick, VV F: Tracy, li I.:EThiel, Jr: Thompson. J L: Wallace, JE: Wilson, II: Winstrom, Cv: Williams, J K: Wez eulieck. Louis: Johnson, F. Butte-Armstrong, F: Broderick. Mrs J:> Casey, Mrs Alice: Dakin, E M: Erickson, Geo: ! Fuller A II: Garlin, Jae: Hogan, Jno: Howard, ( II: Mallory. MraJ A: Moran A M: Maguire, Ja- . i Marsh, M vv : Rinriis. J : Purdy, Geo R: (Juinn, Robinson, F.i: Smith, | P S: Richards, Mrs W It W A. II. DYER, Agt. I.ii ingslon Mont W. S. HAY, Superintendent ^AW Ml 1.1,—For sate rhea) t VOl'ND—On tic ble package. SO,000 feet logs ■lit: a bargain Also barn to rent: stable eight horses. Apply Box MU, Livingston aplH tf • hill norlli of the city, a vaiua The owner can have same by proving property and paying charges on appli ation to ' N. L. VANGKNT. Lewis street, between 1) and E streets. ; LWII SALE A I'litrk Chief htullion, live years ! r old ami weighing 1,MllO pounds. Apply to J. VV. Nelson, Lower Main street livery stable. Ltv ingston, Montana. K «»F I*.—Meets every Friday in the Miles • building. A cordial invitation is extend ed to visiting brothers. E. H. TALCOTT, C. C. J A. BA I LEV, K. of R. and s. Yellowstone Lodge No. 10, Livingston, Mont. \ T ELLO VV STONE PARK LODGE NO. 45, I O. G. T., meets every Saturday evening at S , i o'clock, in the Miles building. Sojourning mem- ! ! tiers are cordially invited. I A ! llunt «• I Farragut Post No. 7, Depart A. It., meets at Mason« first anil third Tuesdsv ..f » isonjc at half past seven sharp. Yisiting members are cordially invited. II. Vv. BINGHAM, Cont'dr. !.. C. LA BARRE, Adj't. ! / \I LE.N ESTHER CHAPTER NO. 3,0. E. s. Î Meets first and third Wednesdays of each ' ni,,l,,h ■» Masonic hall. Miles building. Sojourn ing memliers cordiallv invited to attend. I "-21 EMMA EMMONS. VV M. ! IKE BAKER, VV. P. JENNIE LONG, Secretary. C/V TEN-HORSE TEAMS WANTED TO " IihiiI freight between Livingston and Cas N of W2, 1283. loob, 73!»a, tikia. (Hfia, VVRlGlll. county Ti«asiir«r. or th- for a perioil of one year, beginning May 1er lH'.ll. For further information apply- to or ail droee A. C. «M A INTANCF, Boulder City, Mont. VY. 11. DICKINSON, Caetl Mont. 4-11 II. C. SHEPARD, Livingston, Mont. W ARRANTS CALLED. — Liv ingston, Monta na, May Ith, ISM. Notice is hereby •riven tiiat the following numbered general fun it warrants will he paid on presentation at my office and interest will cease from this date: 722a, 1133, 723a, 724a, 725a. 72lia, 727a, 720a, 730a, T2Sa, 123(1, ,32a, 783a, 1312, 734a. 735a, till.. 737a, 73tia, 73Na, 710a, 741a, 742a, 743a, 1275. 744a, 1172, 745a, 74(ia. 1257, 12S2, ...... 747a. F. VV OTICK TO CREDITORS.-Estate of John S. Jones, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned executrix to the creditors and to all persons having claims against the estate of John S. Jones, deceased, to preeent them to the said executrix at the offices of Luce A Luce, in the city of Bozeman, county of Gallatin, State of ! lIn( Montana, the same being the place tor the n ans i , action of the business of said estate. Dated this 24th dav of April, A. I). 1801. ' Ll'C'llETIA VV. I.VCE, Administratiix of the estate of John S. Jones, deceased. (1st pub. April ,28.) it N OTICE.—l'. S. land office. Helena, Montana, April 4, 1KS1. 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. Ù Sec. 34, toyvnship 5 N. range 0 E., in Park county, Montana, w ith a view to the cancellation of said entry, the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 28th (lay of May, 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m., to reipond and'furnish testi mony concerning said alleged abandonment. Tes timony to he taken before David P. Van Horne, notary, Meversburg, Montana, May 21st, 1801, 11 o'clock a. m. GEO. M. BOl'RQl lS, 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 tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and IliHl said proof will be made before the judge or clerk of the Htli Judicial District court, at Livingston. Montana, ou May 30,189), viz: William J. H. Sharp, H. E. ; No. 8f8, for the E 'r SE V*, Sec 12and E > 2 NE «», Sec 13,T9s, R 8 E He names the following yvitnesses ((. prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: «.eorge H. | Phelps of «Jardiner, Montana, Josiah e. Vilas, i has Relia T. Smith, Fay Ransom of Livingston, Mon <»«««*- K *■ FERRIS. Register. the 381; 31, llht pnh April 18, 1891. t^totK'K ^ OR M p ^ B |;* < 'ATl , V-Lanrt office | il at Bozeman, Montana, April 28, 1891. Notice , ' is hereby given that the following-nmned settler ! tlC has tiled'notice of her intention * ' * proof in support of her claim, " "he made before the Judge or Clerk of make fiual and that said proof will the 6th Judicial District Court at Livingston, Montana, on June 8th, 1891, viz: Jennie M. Rowe, II. A. No. 872, for the S. K. U N. E. > 4 , N. E. * 4 8. E. U. Scr- 22, and S. W. «4 N. VY. i 4 , N. VY. S. W. > 4 , Sec. 23, T. 2, 8. R. 10 east. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: William II. Philhrick, Charles C. Fifield, Gustave Y »remit. Jacob K. Cline, all of Livingston, Park conntv, Montana. E. F. FERHIs, Register. (1st Pub. May 2, 1891.) N OTICE TO CO-OWNER:—To John L. Fox. or his assigns: You are hereby notified that the undersigned has, in accordance with the requirements of section 2521, revised statutes, of th« United Stales, expended $10«. in labor and im provements each upon the Itattlesuake, Tornado and Chicago quartz lode mining claims, situated in the New World Mining district, Park county, Montana, to represent said quartz lode mining claims for the yesr ending December 31, 1890. That unless yon, the said John L. Fox, or your assigns, as co-owner with me in said claims' pay vour proportion of said expenditure according to your interest, (one eighth interest in each claim i togetiier with the costs of this notice, within uinetv days after the complete publication here of, vo'nr interest in the Rattlesnake, Tornado and Chi( ago quartz lode mining claims will become m at land it last pally .... ____ ______________ ______ _____________, ...v property, under the provision of said section same 2321, revised statutes of the United states. j new cers. that the were HENRY FRANK. (1st puh. Fob. 21.1 HER'FFS SALE. ïSn, 1 ida"Î.Tiff"^ ! dMcribed to th«» follow !d No resen 101, of tli« in block No tion to Livingston, .Ao-wit: reuMe A Park voantv, Montana, as shown by the official plaj thereof noar^tn ffle in j the X'iÆstaguV.r ! "«OU the tenements, hereditaments and appartenances an thereunto belonging or *- * " * Sheriff of P*te*i May 9th, 1M>! O TTÆmplKÎÎn 1 "* i Park r*>*iu£ Montan» i ' aQ * tion Bismarck has been elected to the Ger —an reicshstag from Gestern unde, reeeiv 16.544 votes and Herr Schinafeld W . - fo« 0.486. 11 j»» 4 « 1 «; that the' Barnaby case has M : J now been placed in the hands of the Hilma. \\ : Hoi W Heath, Minin:; 1>: Kelly, 1.: ill. HEWS OP THE WEEK Of the 24.05 immigrants New York on the 2nd inst.. Italians. snn II Zulu : K: F: L: Timr W : Wen Wood, V: Conr W: l»iim no. \\ sums aggregating 847,000; assets alMiut 81.70,000; liabilities 81(10.000. I By the decree of the president of the I United States of Venezuela, Indian wrn, rice. Ixeans and other eatables ! named are allowed to enter free from duty in all jK>rts of the republic until • further orders. 1 . t ■ , ' T/ . , i. . , ! A Lexington. Kentucky, d.spatch says: At Bruce's thoroughbred sale W. A. Ulark of Butte, Montana, paid 82,027 for •. a gray colt by Longfellow, and Phil 1 Dwyer of New York paid 84,000 for a brown oolt by Longfellow. Clark I «ought a chestnut colt bv St. Blaise for 81,500. A tremendous wind storm a* Tiffin, of 1 " un 'J* r of them were injured, Mrs. Pau j . bne Hunter probably fatally. J be ani | mais were wild with terror, and there was much anxiety for a time lest some of them might escape. It has l«een decided 1Ä1 • l t le t r; ,s „ of SeUs i ™ tortunateiy tlie mam performance was over and but few peo pie were remaining on the grounds. A 1 Special N : Mrs J It: Ja Lar Mer Co: li J:> , ! ««Xiument was a treat »I...T. a_ »„uuiu IHKC no exce,, , tion, as Italv took no part in the French exposition of 1880. The government ; suriDOses to sunnress ministry of nosts I from motives of j economy that Italy will not take an of Hcial part in the Chicago exposition, U which Americans should take no exeep supposes to supiiress ministry of posts!"',' and telegraphs and has withdrawn the offer of government aid to the proposed ! celebration <,f Columbus at Genoa. 1 Commissioner " 1 ' ( . i « T , IT . , Near Westport, Decatur conty, | ana, is located by the last government .lames G. Blaine, Jr., have returned to Washington from Europe. Foster called upon Secretary bearing a agreement Spanish government not l«e made public at present. Mr. Blaine declined to state w hether not the or an agreement under the new tariff. Indi Foster and by census the center of jiopulation of the United States, and the circumstance is to be commemorated Sunday, May 10, by the erection of a monument of oolitic limestone, to be sawed in a sol id block Dom the Belford quarries, to lie fifteen j feet high and to weigh four tons. Proper ! J. O. S , ! treaty With inscriptions will be cut on the monu ment and an iron fence put around it. At a banquet Monday evening Em peror William, after dilating upon the desire for peace and protection of labor and expressing satisfaction at the con clusion of the commercial treaty with Austria, said: "As to the home policy, which is becoming established, I shall ; not vary a hair's breadth from the course ; I have adopted. I alone am master in 1 this country and nobody else.' This ! emphatic language in regard to the 1 of Austria, which Bismarck retary Blaine tins morning, copy of the new reciprocity t negotiated b> linn with the ovemment. Its contents Will s. * ' I'« opjKises, and also in regard to home rule ! affairs, was evidently directed at Prince j Bismarck. | A special from Cheyenne, Wyo., says that Thomas Cooper, a guide just in ; from Jackson's hole, revives the story of ; f ( the suspicious circumstances in connec tion with Robert Ray Hamilton's death, He says that no identification of the | body found was ever attempted, and that many people in that vicinity be lieve a body from some medical college ! was shipped there,dressed in Hamilton's 1 clothes and dumjied in the river, with the circumstantial evidence carefully planned to make an apparently reliable story of Hamilton's death. A dispatch from Paducah, Kentucky, of the 3rd says: Last evening a hurri cane with heavy wind and hail struck the town and in a few minutes the streets were rivers of water. The rail road freight depot, colored people's school house and freight office were un roofed. The newly built Third Street Methodist church was picked up and dropped into the middle of the street, a confused mass of debris. Several mills were more or less damaged. Over one hundred buildings were either totally wrecked, moved from their foundations or unroofed. Wesley Orr was buried it ! lIn( l P| . all nvfirtili-ned wnrrnn uml aiiHFerorl i , unuel an °\ erlu ' nea wagon antt StliTered ; .. , , A Washington dispatch savs the re cent iii ne88 of Associate Justice Bradley | __, . ,. . . , i has Drought out the fact, his friends say, that he will ask. shortly after the court reassembles in October, to go ufion the retired list, where he could have goue internal injuries. His little son was badly hurt. Several others are reported injured. The storm lasted until mid night. Public debt statement for April: Ag gregate of interest bearing debt, exclu sive of United States bonds issued to Pacific railroads, 8610,771,520; debt on yvhich interest ceased since maturity, 811, «360, 655; aggregate debt bearing no interest, including national bank fund deposited in the treasury under act of July 14, 1890, 8397,802,240; aggregate of certificates and notes offset by cash in the treasury, 8538,444,056; aggregate of debt, including certificates and notes, April 30, 81,548,678,451; decrease of bonded debt during the month, 33,771, 381; total cash in treasury, 8700,162,878; debt less cash in treasury April 30, 8848, 515,593; debt, less cash in treasury March 31, 8850,029,920; net decrease during the month, 81,514.327. by on we 000 on and for ous He to the He ni. | upon f u u pa y a bout five years ago. Jus , ' r»_„,nl . : . . -- " , , , ! tlC -0 Bradley is almost l ( years old and ■ ... T - >f debt ! l an ! tary and ter ing ply . . m enfeebled health. It is stated that Associate Justice Field will ask to retire at about the same time. He also has are passed the age limit some years. Presi- j dent Harrison will have about fifteen ! prominent judicial appointments to make i within the next twelve months. The j who land court is to be named in May, and ; ber it is believed that the men have been j practically selected. | for The clerk of the senate committee on ! appropriations has just made public a statement of the increases and reduc tions in salaries made under the appro priation bills of the last session of the last congress, and of the additional ap propriations made for newly created offi the are the sale by specified. The increases were pnnet pally in the offices of circuit judges, the judicial increase being 893^00. At the same time salaries were cut down in four j eases, the net saving being 81.825. The new offices created were 597, and the in crease in appropriations made by these cers. From this statement it appears j Q ot that salaries were increased in 110 cases, ! cut the total increase aggregating 8110,508, while other increases aggregating 89 G 0 1 of were made in the salaries of officers not ' ! specified cases was 8908,867; in cases the omees rep resen teil 125 office« omitted. the reduction of The largest increase was in j the treasury department, where the ere ! "«OU Of an i ^i-Æ i »° n bUreaU make8 an increase Of $lo3,6U0. I'll 0 creation of i additional district judgeships and of the i ' aQ d court raised the judicial appropria * tion by 8241,7(W. sire for any cation tary lands if ing the They the ing 1 «he j S Ger- j were taken to the mortuary chapel of Trinity church, where they will lie in : state until Sondav when the funeral tnW „la™ takes place. has Commander-in-Chief Webb, of the the Sons of Veterans, \\ ednesday issued a j arrived The steamer Belgta approved by the commander-in-chief. I The Moscow Gazette is indignant at the I the English and American press ignor | n K Kussta s connection with the Behr ! in tf sea niatter, and declares any agree Imade without Russia s consent • w î"_ >e> w^rtliless. the Gazette speaks 1 w| tn respectful sympathy of the Amen ! can claims ami savs it is time England WHg taught that t ' he [><)SBe8Ki()n of « pow erful Heet does not entitle her to treat open sea as her peculiar property. The Gazette promises that A. for •. . . Phil 1 ever> DU OI a for question America and Russia settle the without reference to England. fCharles Pratt, the well-known Stand ard Oil magnate and vice-president of the Standard Oil Co., died suddenly ani of i Monday night at the company's office in New V( V k " He left home in ' the morn • j his usual health . but A 1 was taken ill with indigestion at 4 o'clock, dying within three hours. V»ratt's wealth is estimated at 815.(inn,(KK>. He gave large sums for educational purposes, includ MiiiiiH tor fiHicHiiiiiim jini [wises, incitin ing 81.000,000 to 1'ratts institute: 8160, 000 to the annex to Adelpl.i Academy, I also in Brooklyn: and 8150.000 to Im- ! manuel Bantist church * ' , i ' 'V f' '> eW 1 ; w " S,,nfla y | I ' '. e '. ou re ''. * orjcon of j of U posts!"',' '"'.'V' "" i the ™ »«»«»ration in an insane ! , } o am , not m m >' own 1 ,1 ^ f f l n8e ' she ex, ,Hln ^' I . a,n T alwa >' 8 on the aggressive. Ever since I was a ' to school girl T have had something to say. I use the words advisedly. I hat never used them otherwise." She often is ____________ j the lowest on record for this season of ! the year, the minimum there being one est man in the land and nominated him | for president. j Unusually cold weather prevailed I s Tuesday morning throughout the entire ! ! northern portion of the country east of 1 the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, the line of freezing temperature extending from southern Maine westward through western New York and northern Ohio and including Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and North Dakota. Tn south eastern Michigan the temperature was degree lower than previously observed during the first part of May. Severe frosts occurred throughout these re gions, probably causing considerable in jury to fruit and early vegetation. Under the provisions of the McKinley tariff act, beginning May 1, all special taxes imposed upon dealers of leaf t< ; bacco, dealers in manufactured tobacco, ; manufacturers of tobacco and cigars 1 an d peddlers are repealed. The law, ! however, requires these various classes 1 of dealers shall register their names, places of business, etc., with the local , shed tears while speaking about her in ! carceration in the Danville asylum. She said Arthur P. Gorman was the great ! Dst man in the land and nominated him ! at I'« U'-'vD «'1 ijurjiucoo, CM •« '*1111 Ulc H M. dl f ! collector of internal revenue, with the . j exception of dealers in manufactured | in | tobacco. The number of dealers of the latter class, according to the report of ; the commissioner of internal revenue ; f ( >r 1890, was 603,088, who paid a tax of 82,400 each. Tt is said at the depart ment that the abolition of this special | tax of 82.40 will cause a loss to the gov ernment of 81,000.000 annually, Thos. F. Oakes, president of the North ! ern Pacific, confirms the report of direct 1 ors, that the road is authorized to pur chase the preferred stock of the com pany with money to be received from the Manitoba land case recently decided by the United States supreme court in favor of the Northern Pacific. "\Ve think we can get the money about May 25th," says Mr. Oakes. "In the mean time the company has plenty of money on hand and will purchase stock if the market condition should warrant it. The directors have also authorized the expenditure of $2,700,000 for the im provement of the property. We find that by reducing grades at certain points we can save in operating expenses $5<X), 000 annually." Mayor Shakespeare of New Orleans on Saturday received a petition from Philip J. Patternee asking for police protection. The petitioner states that a year ago he was taken sick and being a member of the Giovanni Bersaglieri so ciety, he demanded the medical and cash relief to which he was entitled. A portion of the cash relief was refused and he brought suit. He asserts that for this he was assaulted with a danger ous weapon and summoned to appear on trial for violating the rules of the society. He fears another attempt will l«e made to do him bodily harm. Although of Italian nativity, he is now an American citizen and wants protection. He fears the "Mafia are thirsting for my blood." He adds if he is killed to look for his assassin among his brothers Antonio Giovanni, Laseuola and one Di Giovan ni. It of of of if in self itv, of Permission to Cut Timber. CommiBsioner Carter of the general ! l an «l uffiufc with the approval of Secre ! tary Noble has issued to the registers and receivers an important circular let ter of instiuctions which shall govern in carrying into effect the sections of the general land act March 3rd, 1891, relat ing to the cutting of timber from the public lands. These sections only ap ply to the states of Colorado, Montana, Idaho, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and Nevada, the territory of Utah and the district of Alaska. The important features of the circular are the following: "Settlers upon the j public lands, miners, farmers and other ! bonafide residents in eitherof the states, i district or territory named in this act j who have not a sufficient supply of tim ; ber on their own claims or lauds for tire j wood, fencing or building purposes, or | for the necessary uses in developing ! mineral or other natural resources of the lands owned or occupied by them are permitted to procure timber from the public lands strictly for the purposes enumerated in this section, but not for sale or disposal or use on other lands or by other persons; but this section shall j Q ot be considered to give the right to ! cut timber on any appropriated or re served public Lands; and the secretary of the interior has reserve«! the right prescribed to revoke such privileges. Persons, firms or corporations who de sire to cut timber from the public lands for the purpose of merchandise or for No. the in the and tion to say he one the than to that have l>e. clerk kcn. ter, cient lieve out a ken his school work any other use w hatever other than as defined in sections 2, 3 and 4 of these 1 A regulations, must first submit an appli | ing cation therefor in writing to the sec re tary of the interior designating the ! lands by sections, township and range if surveyed, and if unsurveyed describ- petty, ing the lands by natural boundaries and a the estimated number of acres therein. ! They must also define the character of ; hold. the laud and the trees or timber grow-1 ing thereon, giving an estimate as to the ! quantity of each kind, siating which P^ular kind or kinds they desire authority to cut or remove, and the P l,r Pose or purposes for which «he timber or prouuct thereof is re quiretl. The application roust be sworn Chi> just winner The SaiïiiSsy **MK- «..» «*.. described. of ; titioner or petitioners * ^ ' e 1 in 1 mit with the annfiparim ; as can be procured to o„r.oi„o' i ». ,l„ ____ ' reu . conclusively show ation such evidence ; the [»reservation of the trees or titulier the J® la "f[bribed is not required : a j j«" ine pu bite good, but that its use for at of in is ...... „„.i,. un,,, u-i, ur territory, and also « newspaper m the j conntv in M ert * '"'T* 1 °'ie j the tnmiii "". , ttle /'^mities wherein ! conv of tli<v'..iiLp ltUfl !^ 1 ' an( ^ a pnntetl I in it ted ,« itL ti " not, :: es l î n,st l>e SU * J witli the Trti.l.i.Tf ,, ' ,,,1 T atK ' n ^'k'Pther forencin .if J, t' 1 of the l ,lll »lislier or thereto spajier attached ! inereto, show ing the same to have l*een m the interest of water supply for irri gation and that all other parties having adverse interests may have due notice of such applications, the parties making the application shall cause to lie pub lished ;it least once a week for three con secutive weeks in a newspaper of gen eral circulation m the state, district, or successively inserted the requisite mini her of times and the dates thereof. Ibe cutting or removing of anv tim ber from the public lands des»ril>ed in the application by or for the applicant lefore authority has been officialy grant ren.lVr theTar/i'-. '[.fr" ..' nler jî ,r " '^ i nroseciifion fm- troc». . , > ït.Euôn to^^reSon 8Ubj m ' hls i I era lumW deZ d Saw mill own-1 ! an y mann „ r , ' ls _ 8 , an ot,iers . «'ho in , any manner i ause^ or pr, nuire timber to ; cut or removed from public lands in i r* 01 "««" ,,f h *\' a,K * ^these rules and 1 'Ti "' , whether direcrtlv or by tuen | m thew employ or indirectly through orjcon r.it or yy purchase, are equally i "* purenase, are equally guilty of trespass with the individuals 8 a ,vho actually cut or remove such timber and are alike liable to criminal eution. jiri >se Strikers Killed A Unionfcown, Pa., special were l«eing held as were set upon and | l«een at work and j prisoners. They _____ u niiyi I s t<«ned, when deputies came to their aid ! ! * n «l a shot was tired by the strikers, 1 Sujierintendent Gray then ordered the «leputies to fire, and in the in , , t , volley which j ollowed John Mahan, a striker, fell ! <eatl and another received a mortal! ! says: Last night Superintendent gSv and the pit boss of'^isinring No \ ! went to the rescue of two men who had ! Iiown ut «-..rlr „.,,1 i • . , , wound. A later dispatch from Scottdale says: Labor people are in great excitement to day over what they term the cold blooded murder of one of their number at Leisinring No. J last night. John Mc Stoy, a member of the executive board, lias just arrived from Dunbar, where lie swore out warrants for First Superin tendent Gray, Yard Boss Agnew and Pit Boss Callaghan and two of the Pinker ton guards, charging them with the murder of a man named Mahan. The arrests will be made this afternoon. Mc Stoy said the shooting was entirely un » » -j » fill » I culled for. I he strikers were only jeer , ng Superintendent Gray and party over their failure to get the men to return to work, when the Pinkerton guards opened fire on the strikers with Win f . ... . ... , . . . _ . ester killing Mahan and wound | in ^ an .°fLer man. the labor |>eople are 1 in swea *Ling vengeance and more trouble i may follow in the next few hours. The j coke company and people chicgetl with j the shooting refuse to talk on the mat- j ter. I he coroner is notified and will in J as vestigate. Clyde Park Kicking; Editor Livingston Enterprise: I wish to make a few brief remarks through your columns in answer to an article which appeared in the late Post under the head of "Clyde Park Doings." It would appear from the reading of the article that it was written by a resident of the Rock creek locality, hut I know of no one who has been long a resident of that community who would conde or or to , , , - , . „ , , scend to such spiteful personalities. Y et i the if the person who penned the article in j the question is as small in stature as he is the in manhood he might lue for years in a 1 community unobsened. | The wording of the article within it-1 the self is evidence of scholarship and abil itv, which would naturally elevate its j n possessor above the drudgery of ranch i tion life,^so Mr. B. cannot be a common tiller of the soil It leaves us at sea to guess ! day who the able author of the aforesaid ar tide can be. Mr. B. seems worked up because the trustees of school district No. 15 do not accept the api«ointee of the county superintendent for school clerk. In the first place the Post corre spondent must have a personal interest in the matter, which he does not care to state, as Mr. Kincook, the appointee of the trustees, is in every way qualified and competent to discharge the duties devolving upon him in that station of honor and trust, and as for the intima tion by Mr. B. that the ap(»ointment was made in the interest of those who wish to suppress all investigation into the financial affairs of the school, I would say that the Post corresjxmdent not only stoops beneath the dignity of a man, but he displays unpardonable ignorance in one who displays such scholarly attain ments. The directors have not the l«ower to suppress the investigation of the district's financial condition. More than that Mr. Kenney, who is referred to as the gentleman of rigid integrity, requested at the school meeting in April that there be a committee appointed to investigate the books and report any shortage or crookedness, and the books' have been open to investigation ever since, and are yet and will continue to l>e. I l>elieve that the community is thor oughly satisfied with Mr. Sincook for clerk of the school district, and Mr. Ait kcn. who is the appointee of Mrs. Hun ter, is not an aspirant to political honors. Though he would make a good and effi cient clerk in every [»articular, I don't think Mr. Aitken cares to be brought so conspicuously before the public. I be lieve the appointment was made with out Mr. Aitken's solicitation in the firet place, as Mr. Aitken is a man of extreme modesty and does not aspire to political distinction. If Mr. Aitken was in way inclined to accept political honors he would be put forward by the irresistable pressure of his many friends to procure a position in our state senate. Mr. Ait ken is indeed a representative man and deserves higher distinction a more ad vantageous position in which to display the year. from M. Olive Mies Ren Mrs. Bio Jno. Miss N block John and ton J. 14, lots and ton; his powers than a clerkship in a country- lots school district. - j Supervisor Gustine is doing some good k»ts Super.— work on the Castle road, which will doubtless be appreciated by nil. Mr. Gustine is leaving no room, even for the kick^f» to kick A certain amount of wholesome kick ing is a very g(x»d thing to have in the community and country at large. It purifies politics and puts a cheek upon stealing and fraud in high places. But petty, personal, spiteful kicking through newspajter is a form of low-born cowardice which is loathsome to be hold. w „Kicker No. 2. Clyde Park, Mont., May »>, 1891. Chi> just he! Modest Minnesota. cago Mail: Such an election as that teld in Chicago would be illegal in Minnesota, as the bare plurality of the winner would be regarded as indecent. The Minnesota lawmakers are treading ison hawk. land half lode, ison and ison land 8500. Howell, A. «*.. n perilous path. Their aversion to the like trouble for The stringent of the"nether 1 Im ^® of females is hkely to effeet the ; pullets before his door. : for tin" Rfcn i.onc.K Konx I From the Picket. I A If Barnes, a stepson of John Uav, had his hand severely mashed yesterday at the mines while coupling cars. Dr. Musser dressed the unfortunate boy's hand and says that amputation will nut lie resorted to, but the member will h,« useless for a long time. A party of Dead wood miners com posed of \V. Warren, H. Warren and A. McFadden, passed through town this week en route to the Stinkingwater mining district. The gentlemon say that times are tlull in the vicinity of ur Dead wood anti that many miners are j preparing to leave for Wyoming. j Charles North up is at work with a ! force of men on up]ier Kt^k creek're I moving all obstructions in the way of J boulders that will in any way retard the prop tlrive, which will lie started as soon or as the water in that stream has gained a ! sufficient height to insure a successful run. E. J. Lowery, Harry Hoir and Shelby Eli Dillard left for the Stinkingwater mines yesterday for the purjiose of in specting the natural resources of the country and obtaining all the informa turn possible for the publication of the or in '^ i Stinking,inter Proapwtor, which w ill he M««. the ?Vth an.l .'loth of the > issneo octween the ^.»tn anil .so i Present month. ---- , mo TIM her items ; - I From the Pioneer. Work is progressing favorably new hotel. Phil Sidle and William Miner arrived Friday from Park City. They are on their way to the Boulder camp, where they will put in this season developing their pnqierties. A party of Northern Pacific surveyors are now here surveying the grade of the road with a view to raising the Boulder bridge and making the grade at that point conform with the grade on both sides. F. W. Beasley anti J. II. Ross left Thursday for the Boulder mines where they are largely interested in both quartz and placer claims. It is their intention to commence work on their placers and will put in sluice boxes j first, when if gold is found in paying ! quanities they will put in hydraulic* The railroad wcxil ware house was dis \ covered to be on tire Thursday evening and was by the prompt action of the citizens put out. The tire originated from some uuexplained cause, in the Hoor on the under side, and was hurtl ing very briskly at the time it was dis covered. Had it broken out a Tew hours later there is no know ing how much damage it would have done. AsseiiHiiieiit KegulutiouN. The state board of equalization lias completed its rules and regulations. In addition to what hits already been pub lished, the following is given: The oh I «-•■V II'III/II III^ ID ^ I « VUI . A lir \ II l - , ject of the law in the matter of assessing nul collecting the public revenue is t« carry into effect the constitutional and statutory requirements; that all prop erty in the state not exempt under the laws of the United States shall be taxed ________________ _ ________ ___ _ ______________ 1 in proportion to its value, excepting i from taxation the property of the United j States, the state, counties, cities, towns. j school districts, municipal corporations, j public libraries and such other property J as is used exclusively for agricultural agricultural and horticultural societies, for educa tional purposes, places for actual relig ious worship, hospitals anil places of burial, not used for private or corporate profit, and institutions of purely public charity: provided no more land than is necessary for such purjxyse shall l«e ex empt; also all mines and mining claims, both placer and rock in place, containing or bearing gold, silver, copi«er, lead, coal or other valuable mineral dep<>sits, prior to the purchase thereof from the United , States. To this end. the law requires i the assessment of all taxable property in j the state to l)e first com , ( i e ted before the rate n f countv taxation is deter 1 mme( i, The assessment of the property | must be commenced immediately after the first Monday in March, and corn pleted on or before the 'second Monday j n July 0 f each vear; and the equiliza i tion by the county boards of equilization «mgj hg commenced on the third Mon ! day () f j u i v anr ] completed on or before the second Monday in August of each year. All taxable property must l»e as sessed at its full cash value. The terms "value" and "full cash value" mean the amount at which the property would l«e taken in payment of it just debt due from a solvent debtor. Tem-liers' Month. y Report to Trustee» -Su i >e rln tendent. iir.d Name of School and Teacher. No. in who 1 j No. : days ab. ■Cases jtardi Iness. p'nHhi jmcnt.l jticnrl hv . in HUid'** Livingston : M. R. Wilson. < Olive McLain, i 1 :...... Mies Wolcott. 16-Ji.. 17 ;* * ; !U Klead Felsted. 57 Hi 1 j ' u; m Lillian Miller 70 Kn 1 16 ♦ ! Manie M. Nesbit 55 54 15 | '15 Ren Loner. : Emma Yakelev. ■24 -V, ! 11 4 so Annie McAneily. in 143 11 H7 Magitie McLain. 5711 dti 75 Mrs. Kerns. :.i III ■■Il s** Bio Timbek: Jno. E. Rees. 15 1(1 !M Evlvn Jacobs , 17 56 1 , to 87 Hour: Florence Elmer Gardiner: Beatrice Read I!l 1 Chico: Perde Matbeson. I ; - 1 1 2 Fridley: Miss Giles. 16 34 to j 'JO N mnher siiaoemled. —*8—+3—71. E Y A. M. HUNTER, «'<> ■*1)1.1 Keal Estât« and Mining Transfers Frank White and Cecelia White h» William W. McDonald, lots 15 and 16, block 58, Livingston; 8225. Northern Pacific Railroad oompau v to John Hunter, lote 25, 26, 27, 28, 29,30 and 31, block 74, Livingston; 81,225. William W. McDonald to Cecelia White, lots 13 and 14, block 58. Livings ton : 8225. J. P. Marlin to Herman Loeber, lot 14, block 9, Cooke; consideration 81(1. Weldon C. Wood et al to Ira L. Kirk, one-third interest in lot 9, block 91, ami lots 9, 10 and 11, block 92, and lots 25 and 26, block 93, Livingston; 8300. Lewis C. LaBarre et ux to May J. Hoppe, lots 17 and 18, block 38, Livings ton; $480. Charles Tappan to George E. Simon. lots 7 and 8, block 40, Livingston: 8350. Edward Bryant to Thomas K. Lee, k»ts 1 and 2, block 24, Big Timber; 8200. Robert B. Emison and Milkird J. Em ison to George M. Emrick, the Black hawk. Granite Mountain and Cumber land lodes, and two-thirds interest in the California and Atlanta lodes, and one half interest in the Tornado Fraction lode, all in the New World district; con sidération 84,500. Robert B. Emison and Millard J. Em ison to George M. Emrick, lots 12, 13, 14 and 21, block 7, Cooke; 83i.000. Robert B. Emison and Millard J. Ern ison to George M. Emrick, a tract of land <50x90 feet, at Ctxike: consideration 8500. Allan B. Joy and wife to Thomas Howell, lots 3, 4, 5 and 6, blix-k 112, Liv ingston; 31/>50. A. V. H. Pemberton to Mrs. Joseph Murphy, lots 17, 18 and 19. block 128. Riverside addition to Livingston; 8200.