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The in iv A. .1. Davidson, T. J. |). IM lis. J. Myron Cray, ivfi and G. S. Lansing, ock is 81 ( n >.( n to in shares of iceiises have hcen issued the District Clerk Emmons as r rson D. I.rown and Maggie ,iiingstoii; Leander Parce Krippnerof Chico; James ; 11 u■ ('ammack. Red Lodge; Imi and Emina llenncksou, ,f biviuuston Marv I' ■ lb aie out announcing the wed ,f Mi lle Shearman to Miss Andrie at Jamestown, X'. Y., ou October 10th. Mr. Shear ].(■ions young ranchman is a |<I l"'"P the universal esteem of <■ in this vicinity and his i friends will extend to him the i jest congratulations. meeting of the directors of the building and Loan Association was held J ,| K .,.Hie* of A. J. Campbell Tuesday evening. 'The application of Nettie llean Er loan of 87<H> was reduced to sYmuiid approved, and the application I'oormaii was refused. Harry . empowered to contract for the (Lie Kahn property oh Park .1 dispose <>f buildings and lots .\ ..f J.iin liver ii M'l'iiratcli. W ,|. Anderson went down to the res t . rvi ,t inn Tuesday evening to finish his lieef round lip for the season. He was engaged III rounding up for shipment fr ,;„, Merrill when overtaken by the „mnu of last week, and being poorly ,,|ui|i|>ed for the severe weather was .......j„>Hed to abandon the work after se . iiriiig about 0.71 head. The remainder .Mn« lieef cattle, consisting of alxmt jmkea.l. will also be shipped from Mer of this Richardson, formerly a resident eit V and employed on this divis ion ..f the X'ortl ern Pacific but now con ductor on the Montana Central, was | ie ltt 11 j i iu the streets of Helena Tuesday idgbt hi a highwayman and relieved of a gold watch and what silver lie had n j i, in his person. In his haste the rob ber overlooked a large roll of greenbacks Lis victim had in his "inside pocket," ami Richardson now thinks he has the laugh upon his assailant. Thomas Craig, who was in from his ranch west "f Cokedale Thursday, states that lu* lias just finished harvesting tuent v five acres of spring wheat that mil average between fifty and sixty bushels to the acre. This is another ev idence of i he adaptability of the soil and climate of this section of Montana to the growing of wheat, and with a flour ing mill located here to encourage the raising of this cereal Park county would soon produce its entire bread supply. Hugh McElroy met with a severe in jury Monday w hile engaged in digging a well. He hin! just completed the well mnl was putting in the curb with the assistance of a windlass, when in some manner it caught. In forcing it loose it started down suddenly, bringing the h -nulle i if the windlass against his right side with sufficient force to fracture a rih. Drs. Alton Campbell rendered the necessary surgical attention and Mr. McElroy is again aide to be around, al though it w ill be several days before he can resume work. County Superintendent Eva M. Hun ter is in receipt of another letter from President Stone of tlie State Teachers' association, informing tier that the plan and committee proposed for the organi zation of a State Reading circle has been approved, and that the work of or ganizing local circles will be liegun at "lice. The committee consists of R. G. Young of Helena. Eva M. Hunter of this ■ity and Margaret L. DeWolfe of Deer ledge. Wlieu local roading circles are |*rfbrted throughout the state, steps "11 he taken for the organization of a date circle. A meeting of the commit tee will he held at Helena Monday. At the meeting of the Ladies' Guild "1 the episcopal church, held at the residence of Mrs. F. W. Wright Wednes day afternoon, the society was merged 1* to a new organization to lie known as the Women's Auxiliary to St. Andrew's church. The officers elected are: Rev. \t.N. Jones, president; Mrs. W. M. Nihlock. vice president; Mrs. II. T. Gray, aceniul vice president; Mrs. F. W. " right, treasurer; Mrs. R. I). Alton, 1'urresixmding secretary; Mrs. A. Macon '"'I'ie, recording secretary; Mrs. D. A. «o * , aw ' C. A. Crippen and Mrs. II. " -Ringham, visiting committee. The tjcxt meeting will be held at the resi dence of Mrs. W. 1. Slowen Wednesday 'ifternooii. Another cargo of tea arrived at Ta 1011111 "ii the 26th for shipment to the eastern cities over the Northern Pacific. 1 he first consignment passed through JIub city Saturday night by special fast freight, ami other trainloads have fol " v '°dduring the week. The cargocon J'ated of T.i.T.T'i packages, consigned as ''hows: Chicago, 7,7*28 packages; Ham Con, n.i4; London, Ont., 266; Minneapo -Ai; Montreal, 1,580; St. Paul, 1,273; ,onto, Canada, 752. Ths shipment is valued ut ê.725,000. The trains carrying '■a tea are composed of air-brake cars IH > are run on first-class time, and it is ■ytgely owing to this fact that the ; ortliern Pacific secures the bulk of the ' s mesg' which consists of eight or ten 'Ugoes each season. Crosby, of the firm of Crosby & j 1,ln . ranchmen and stockgrowers of "" l jii|ier Shields valley, was a visitor lhe city Wednesday- Mr. Crosbv, an"| W i riin ''' 1 18 loeatetl in Park county boo i ' ut u,u ' ,u| l e from the northern Wt I' 11 «, recently had business at »hu ^°l(',l ,ur Springs, and while there \l *. ot, neil by the vigilant officials of ail j'k |8r ,- oniity that his taxes were due hi um , kis ranch would be sold th j c ' V . Lie claim. He quietly no ^ informant that he held re ).„'i fri| in the treasurer of Park county vJ* 1 * LixeH to date, and was at a Joss to vL rst 11,11 * by what authority the 'WwY <ou, dy officials proposed to h a. wxes in Park county. Thusen WIkTY i L' e "fficial began as investi <>, 7 i*', w " lc b revealed the fact that Mr. in n : 8 . ran< *h hud not only been listed ""Id iw er coun ty, but was actually that . -. ear b»r taxes alleged to be due can i u ' 'Ly. As this is a matter that kroner i u»? ,se affect the title to his Mtiu/1,7.' ^ r - Crosby will hiermit the lie ''Lii-ijilw to cogitate over «bure 1 >ly of less vigilance and "Idle ti.Y' ra( y * n their assessment, satisfy th* o the the supposed pur ranch for his defective . . i. ep I at will be observed by the closing of Jew - j ish places of business and several citi- j xens of Livingston will probablygo to | lb'lena on that da) to attend servo es hi , the lemple Emanu-El. I Four carloads of pipe for the Castle Water and Power company arrived at I this place last week. As no provision ; for its transportation was made it was unloaded from the cars Wednesday to I await freight teams to convey it to Cas- i tie. The pipe is to be used in furnish- ! iiur Castle with a svstem of water works. j . , . A change was made m the time card j of the Park branch Monday. The regu ' lar passenger and freight trains were discontinued and in their place a dailv accoinmiHlation, carrying both freight ! and passengers, will be run until further j '* notice. The time of departure from I this city is 8:3lI a. m., and returning j reaches Livingston at 5 p. in. j The announcement is made that J. J. j McLaughlin has been appointed sn(>er lain^R. r JojY an attorney of the city of Livingston, had pronounced the title to the property good; that the owners guaranteed said property, andmstructod the plaintiffs to telegraph tothe bask to nav to him the sum of $2,000 at oruA as other parties sto^ ready to take the nronerty if they did not take it. n is ïKlleged that the title to a portion of tfoe property is not perfect on account . »„„ity location notice, and that if anid location notice was sufficient to vest "ySt or tRle in defendant James Hall he had already conveyed a haff terest in said pro,>erty to Ed R Ferns SrStf ^Paftjee stood ready to_ purchase ^dpre^^ Allan E turthSTn'«"» I*"' to :^r P Älly' wortbte» properties we defen dants. The and koown to relying upon «SÄS j»»« '*■». pi"; the represeuw* receive the Â 1DB ï^voverto Jones $2,000, which deed and pay overuz the bank to money was so ^ retained lU) his Joses, *L000 of n»^ f Mid pr0 perty commission for tfcmsa» ^ the and the b*h* that when the facts other d « f *ä*taKime known to P laint . iffs above defendants that they they notified d purchase and would not SP* >eturn of the $2,000, demanded ft * J " fraudulently ob- -^-awsa tained, and taa V. the noney asd perfect title w jetojj ^ ollt of the havesiBoe taaen bank and destroyed it iiitemlent of terminals with jurisdiction from Minneapolis to Inver Grove, Min . nesota. I tin* Northern Pacific at this place in early days, and has since been Montana representative of the Kansas City road. His numerous friends here will l>e pleased to learn of his promotion. A letter from G. W. Donalilson, form erly a prosperous ranchman of Paradise valley, was received this week convey ing the sad intelligence of the death of his wife on Sunday last at Florence, Missoula county, to which removed early in the spring. The fune ral took place Tuesday, conducted by Rev. McAllister, and the hotly was in terred in the Catholic cemetery. Mr. Donaldson will have the sympathy of a large circle of Park county friends in the sad atllictiou which lias overtaken him in his new home. Pioneer: The late arrivals from the Boulder camp bring reports of an im |xirtant new discovery on the Mamie property. It seems that the work this season has l>een prosecuted, not in the original tunnel and shaft, as the un usual amount of water this summer has prevented, but the float ore lias been traced to the highest limits on the prop erty, and here a very fine vein of ore has been struck which appears to be |»er fectly free milling and prospects well. The Sidle Ian s are much pleased, though they assert that the find only justifies their well known confidence in their property. From J. L. DeHart, who came up from the reservation the first of the week, where he has been superintending cattle shipments, we learn that a special agent of the interior department is in vestigating the allotment of land iu sev eralty to Indiaus upon the ceded portion of the Crow reserve. It is stated that irregularities in the matter of locating Indians other than members of the Crow tribe have been discovered and that the special agent will so rejKirt to the department. What grounds there are for complaint and the extent of the irregularities claimed is a matter of con jecture, and will only be known when a full report is submitted. L. J. Provin and wife of Grand Rap ids, Michigan, came down from the Park Monday. They were among the last tourists out of Wonderland, having been detained at the Lake hotel by an injury to Mrs. Provin. The accident which caused the injury was recorded in the Enterprise at the time and was the result of an overturned wagon near Mud Geyser <;ontaining a party of tour ists, of which Mr. and Mrs. Provin were members. It is claimed by Mr. Provin that the accident was due to careless ness of the driver sent by Mr. A. W. Chadburn to conduct the party through the Park, and we understand he will be gin proceedings against Mr. Chadburn for damages sustained thereby. Word was received at the sheriff's of fice Tuesday that a band of horses had been stolen and run off of the Crow res ervation some time between the 20th of Septemlxer and the first of this month. The stock consisted of seventy head be longing to Thomas Kent, several belong ing to John G. Murphy and several with the wing-crescent brand. The horses are said to have been seen east of Red Lodge driven by a party of seven men. Further particulars, if any are known, we are unable to learn. It has been but little more than a year siuce Mr. Kent lost over 1(H) head of his horses, which were supposed to have been stolen and of which no trace was afterwards found, and if the thieves are successful in get ting away with this lot the business of horseraising will soon become unprofit able for him. An action that promises to lie of more than usual interest was begun in the district court the past week. It is a suit brought by Attorney A. J. Camp bell, as counsel for Thomas J. Riste and Louis F. Knaak of Columbus, Wiscon sin, to recover the sum of 82,000 and in terest from May 30th, 1891. The de fendants named are Robert L. Morton, James Hall, Daniel G. Ross. Thomas Ross and Herbert E. Jones. It is al leged as a cause of action that plaintiffs were desirous of purchasing mining property in Montana and employed Herbert E. Jones to act as their agent for that purpose; that immediately thereafter Jones contrived with his co defendants to cheat and defraud plain tiffs by representing to them that Rob ert L. Morton and others were the own ers of the Nevada King and Nevada King Extension quartz lodes and the Nevada King Millsite, situated in the New World district, Park county, Mon tana; that the said claims were valuable property and that the same were among the best mines in Cooke City, and ad vised them to purchase at once. ^ It is further alleged that Jones, in considera tion of assisting his co-defendants to sell said protorty, was to receive from them the sum of 81,000 out of the money obtained by sucb Bale; that about May 25th, 1891, the plaintiffs, relying upon the information furnished by defendant Jones and one W'illiam M. Thompson, who was agent of the defendant mine owners, the plaintiff, Thomas J. Riste, for himself and his co-plaintiff, depos ited the sum of 82,000 with the Living ston National bank as the first payment for the purchase of said mining prop erty; that between the 20th and 30th davs of May, 1891, defendant Jones tele graphed to plaintiff Thomas J. Riste that the deed of the property had been deposited with the bank conveying the ' to the said plaintiffs; that Al Mr. McLaughlin was agent for j place tliev I .... C of of ett of by ers the in der the He fell the in as tion of and To in son, a Red and the ple his and in she Mr. has ests the up 200 his dS St and the and the its - j tion in the* Boze^an^hoteL Bmi ** ar P 06 ' j Robert P p h to | ehase.1 the ranch of ÂbirtR rÎ1iE 5' I hi , n g ar (Jardiner, for B consideration of 1 I 83CX). | The Lndi«a' a; i a ,, ! at I gregationa cW^K 7 ^ n ' ; Mentor Wet,^stin „«TttLÄ M T ternoon * ° " eXt "® dneflda y af to I , p . j i ne ' Church and parsonage of the Con ! ^ eRallonal society are being repaired, j ,*? iniprovement is due to the efforts . of the Ladies Aid society j „ .. m * ' P ine ^castle Tribune says that Thomas , 8 ' tae P°P u lar grocer of that place is ?• . n> ; out , 18 ? tock . preparatory to re ! , n|f ,! n business at Castle about the j '* ° 8e l ie preseat month, I I wo new crossings have been put in on j Main street, one from Fay Ransom's j place of business to the Park restaurant, J. j J.™" Ki *> nbe rg's store to ....... in l>e of a McDonald's business house Tvphoid fever is said to be epedemic in that jiortion of Red Lodge populated j L. v Finlanders, with new cases develop ing daily, and the Picket demands the enforcement of sanitary regulations. G. W. Barry brought in a fine silver tip bear skin Tuesday and received from Magistrate Lepley his certificate for lxiunty thereon. The animal was killed by Mr. Barry on his ranch near Willow creek. W. A. Selvidge, formerly of this city, but now in charge of the hardware es I tablishment of George T. Chambers &, C at C'astle, was married at Kansas City, Missouri, on the 21tli of Septem ber, to Miss Emma Rahmer of that city. Picket: On Wednesday night the livery stable of James Virtue caught fire and was soon in a mass of (lames. The Red Lodge fire department were on the scene at once and extinguished the fire, The fire was caused by a defective flue. Lewistown F euncrat: The Democrat desires to tender Mrs. Charles A. Burg ite hearty congratulations upon the suc cess which has finally crowned her per sistent and untiring efforts to secure a handsome Hag for the decoration of the public school grounds. The announcement is made that pas senger trains Nos. 3 and 4 w ill be dis continued in about two weeks for the winter season. Under the new time card the west bound express will arrive about 9:30 a. in., and the east bound train about midnight. Isaac Orschel has bonded to James A. Clark of Minnesota, a three-quarters in terest in the Rari Avis, Talisman and Acme quartz lode claims, New World district, for 814,000. By the conditioas of the bond 85,000 is payable March 1st, 1892, and the remaining 89,000 Septem ber 1st, 1892. M. R. Wilson, who recently went to Ann Arbor, Michigan, to take a course of legal instruction in the university at that place, w rites requesting that the Enterprise be sent to his address each week. He states that he is pleasantly located, hard at work and well satisfied with the outlook. Jefferson D. Brown and Maggie Hew ett were joined in bonds hymeneal at the Catholic church in this city Thurs day, Rev. Father Coopman officiating. The groom is an engineer in the employ of the Northern Pacific at Billings, to which place the happy couple departed by Thursday evening's Atlantic ex press. A ten-round glove contest between Jimmy Casey of Spokane and Chic Rog ers of Helena, is announced to take place at Fowlie's hall tonight. Several local boxers are announced to be in at tendance and assist in the exhibition. Casey agrees to meet any local 120 pound ljoxer and forfeit 40 per cent of the gate receipts if he fails to stop him in six rounds. Thomas Petty came in from the Boul der district Monday and loaded back with about 3,000 pounds of supplies for the Hidden Treasure Mining company. He stated that sixteen inches of snow fell in that locality last week, which in terrupted freight traffic to the camp. The snow, however, w*as rapidly disap pearing when he left the mines and he anticipated no trouble in getting through with his load of freight. Under the provisions of the new reve nue law the s|»ecial road tax of 83 and the |)oor or poll tax of 82 is not included in taxes as extended on the tax books, as the county assessor is compelled to collect these items in all cases. The county treasurer and collector has there fore issued a special notice to taxpayers that the full amount of all taxes ex tended must be remitted, as the reduc tion heretofore made upon presentation of road and poor tax receipts will not be made. Castle Tribune: On Monday the an nual meeting of the Star Mining com pany was held. Over 300,000 out of the 500,000 shares of stock issued by that company were represented. Each of the holders that were present expressed themselves in favor of reorganization and of the issuing of assessable stock. To accomplish that purpose they de cided to call a general meeting of the stockholders of their company to meet in the town of Castle on the 16th day of November, 1891. Constable Johnson came up from Red Lodge Sunday in charge of Matt Matt son, sentenced to ninety days in the county jail and to pay a fine of 8100. Mattson, on Saturday last, while in an intoxicated condition, ran amuck with a large knife among the Finlanders of Red Lodge, cutting several of them quite severely. He was finally arrested and arraigned before Justice McAnelly, who inflicted the penalty as stated above, and Mattson now lauguiahes in the county jail, where he will have am ple time to ruminate over the error of his way. Married, at the Christian church, Bozeman, Montana, October 8, 1891, Samuel T. Marchington of Chico, Mon tana, and Addie J. Hearly of Fridley, Montana, Rev. George E. Barnaby offi ciating. The groom ia a well known mine owner of the Emigrant district and also interested in agriculture. The bride is also well and favorably known in the upper Yellowstone valley, where she has resided for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Marchington returned Thursday evening from Bozeman, and after a short sojourn with friends in Livingston departed to the home of the groom near Chico. The Enterprise joins in congratulations. Courier: John Mitchell returned from Park county on Fridaî;, where he has been looking after his mining inter ests in Bear gulch and Crevice. He says everything looks very promising, that the mill has been moved from Bear to Crevice gulch and will be ready to start up in full blast in a few days. The ca pacity of the mill is twenty stamps and about twenty men will be employed. David Boerum has a contract to furnish 200 cords of wood and is individually working at the business and will fulfill his contract on time aüd up to the re quirements. There are some excellent mining properties is that locality, which promise to prove valuable at no distant dS \ party of four gentlemen departed from this city Sunday for a voyage to St Louis. They are Robert McMulhs, William Blackstone, Jam«* Greenslate and George Moore. These who have been employed by U>l. Lamartine in the National Park during the past summer, came down toLnmg ston last week and at once set about making preparations for the journey. Two boats, capable of carrying two men each and an ample supply °* P 1 ™"**" and blankets, were constructed at Lam artine's sawmill, just south of the city. With this outfit and eqmpped with hunting outfits, the party embarkedon the long voyage Sunday morning. They expect to navigate the Yellowstoneto its confluence with the Missouri, down which* stream they will go unless severe weather torferes with their plana, in which e*se they will end their voyage at Omaha. a a en on in & of to oa of Assessor John Clifford lost one of his valuable team horses Wednesday from lung trouble. ' 5' I WilU »® Billdea and Emma Henrick of 1 we r e married Thursday evening at | residence of the groom in Riverside ! Addition, this city, Rev. W. N. Jones of n ' T af is re on to &, a fieiating, An entertainment wae given at Coke dale last evening for the benefit of the schools of that district. County Super ln J®ndent Eva M. Hunter assisted the scholars of the Cokedale school in pre paring and carrying out the programme tor the occasion. , .Lacy Taylor has made final proof of ♦i! 8 ^^«stead claim on Rock creek, in the Shields valley. The proof was made before District Clerk Etnmons Satur , y *. . Edward Benaett and A. J. Kenney testified to the continuous residence upon and cultivation of the land by the applicant. C. K. Lower, of the firm of Lower & Molstad, made a business trip to Red Lodge last week, where lie secured the contract for constructing the basement and foundation wails for the new hotel. He will make preparations next week to begin work as soon as the plans are completed. Theodore Roosevelt of New A ork, member of the civil service commission, and E. Gillette of New Haven, Connecti cut, were registered at the Albemarle Friday of last week. These gentlemen had been on an extended hunting trip in the Rockies and returned by way of the National Park. The tax books were completed by the force in the county clerk's office and turned over to the county treasurer Thursday. The total assessment of Park county is 84,992,817, and the total tax $101,426.52, divided as follows: State, 812,481.95; stock inspection, 8952.98; stock indemnity, $63.41; sheep inspec tion, 8403.39; county, 867,403.12; special school, 88,209.78; city of Livingston, 810, 818.54; sidewalk, $1,093.35. The North ern Pacific railroad company pays a total tax in Park county of $13,438.11, of which $7,981.93 is upon roadbed, 83,188. 34 on lands, 81,540.20 on town lots and 81,027.94 on personal property. Yesterday morning Marshal Nelson detected George Hyde in the act of dis posing of a watch which he recognized as belonging to J. W. Johnson. He in terrogated Hyde as to how he came in possession of the property, and was in formed that it was given to him by John McDermott. The marshal re quested Hyde to accompany him in a search for McDermott, who was soon apprehended, when both men were promptly arrested and,, placed in the county jail. In order to fully satisfy himself that the watch was the property of Mr. Johnson. Marshal Nelson consult ed the register kept by W. P. Mulhol land and found that the number and description exactly corresponded with the watch in Hyde's jmssession. He then notified Mr. Johnson, who until that time was in ignorance of the fact that his watch waB stolen. It appears that the watch, which is a gold one val ued at 875, was left by Mr. Johnson in his vest at his blacksmith Bhop, and that unnoticed Hyde or his companion had succeeded in purloining it. Both men have been employed in the Park at government road work during the past season and but recently came to Liv ingston. They will have an examina tion to-day before Magistrate Lepley on a charge of grand larceuy. feksonaTpoints. Attorney E. C. Day made a trip to Helena the first of the week. Dr. Chambliss of Bozeman was among visitors in the city Tuesday. Mrs. H. Gassert of Cinnabar was a visitor in the city Wednesday. Attorney A. J. Campbell made a busi ness visit to Bozeman Thursday. T. S. Ash made a trip to Castle yes terday, going by private conveyance. Samuel Schott returned Monday from a business trip to the temporary capital. Hon. C. H. Stebbins returned Tues day night from a trip to Castle and Hel en a. S. B. Roberts, one of the live business men of Big Timber, was in the city Tuesday. County Commissioner II. B. Briggs was among arrivals from Big Timber Monday. Mrs. J. S. Wood expects to start soon on a visit to her daughter in Indianap olis, Indiana. Lawrence Link, one of tlie rustling business men of Cinnabar, was iu the city Saturday. Hon. C. P. Blakeley of Bozeman greeted his numerous Livingston friends the past week. W. R. Bramble of Big Timber was a welcome visitor among Livingston friends Monday. R. T. Smith, proprietor of the Half Way station on tha Castle road, was in the city Monday. F. F. Baker, one of the prosperous ranchmen of upper Mission creek, was in the city Wednesday. J. H. Dewing, who has been spending the summer in the National Park, re turned to Livingston Monday. Charles Turley, of the firm of Turley & Lowry, mill operators of the upper valley, was in town Thursday. Ben Cornhauser made a trip to east ern Park county towns Tuesday in the interest of M. Roth & Co.'s wholesale trade. John Ames, representing the North western Life insurance company, with headquarters in Helena, was in the city Wednesday. Mesdames Thomas and Geo. Fowlie arrived in Livingston Wednesday on their return to Castle from a visit with friends in the east. J. L. DeHart, traveling representative of the Minnesota Transfer company, came up to Livingston Tuesday to spend hin fifty»sixth birthday with his family. Harry Bill, who has had the manage ment of one of the Yellowstone Park association hotels, came down to Living ston Saturday on his return to the east. Billy Black, formerly of Bozeman, but now engaged in ranching near Dale, Idaho, was renewing acquaintance with his numerous Livingston friends Satur day. J. F. Wilkin, of the firm of Wilkin Bros., returned the first of the week with a consignment of butcher stock from the east for this city, Helena and Butte. Judge T. K. Lee of Big Timber was in the city Monday and made a filing with District Clerk Emmons for a desert claim near the thriving burg of Big Timber. County Treasurer F. W. Wright and Commission« Briggs went down to Stillwater Tuesday evening on a hunt ing and (l«hing excursion. They expect to return this evening. Judge Savage and A. L. Love re turned Saturday from a successful raid oa Hie feathered tribe in the lower Yel lowstone. They brought back seventy ducks as a result of one day's sport in the lakes in the vicinity of Merrill. J. H. Conrad, president of the Park Coal and Coke company, came down from Horr Saturday on his return to Helena. He has just closed out his mercantile business at Billings and re moved the stock to his Red Lodge and Horr stores. J. B. Wood, foreman of W. B. Ellis' sheep ranches on the Boulder, was in the city Monday. He reports a heavy snow fall in that section last week, which rapidly disappeared under the influence of ^ the mild autumn weather that has since prevailed. W G Johnson, manager of the hotel ayatem of the Yellowstone Park associa tion, came down from Mammoth Hot Borings Monday to sijange for closing the season's busine« of the association, •fter which he will return to the east to apeud the winter. Mrs. Arthur Bingham is visiting her mother at Timberhne. A. W. Chadburn of Cinnabar was a visitor in the oity yesterday. W. F. McLeod of the Boulder country was among visitors in Livingston Thurs day. James Graham, one of the mine own ers of the Boulder district, was ia the city the first of the week. W. T. Davis returned to Cooke the first of the week to look after mining interests in that camp. Harry Harris, manager of William Handly's tonsorial parlors at Bozeman, was a visitor in Livingston Sunday. Samuel Forney, one of the successful ranchmen and stockgrowers of the Yel lowstone valley, was in town Thursday. William Ilruza went over to Helena Thursday evening to secure the services of a butcher for the firm of Harvey & Co. Superintendent J. D. Finn and Walter Ayrault were among Livingstonites reg istered at the Helena hotel, Helena, Sat urday. County Attorney A. R. Joy and wife, L. C. LaBarre and' Charles La Barre re turned the first ol' the week from a two weeks' outing in the mountains of the upper Y'ellowstoae. James H. Dean, manager of Mammoth Hot Springs hotel; Charles Miller, man ager of Norris hotel, and D. J. Jamison, manager of the Grand Canyon hotel, ac companied by Mrs. Dean and Mrs. Mil ler, came down from the Park Tuesday evening on their return to the east. Charles Rattinger, who has been in the employ of the hotel syndicate in the Yellowstone Park the past season, came down from Mammoth Hot Springs Sat urday and went to Miles City, where he has accepted a position with C. W. Sav age, the new proprietor of the McQueen house. Courier: Col. W. S. Brackett, form erly of the United States army, is spend ing a few days in Bozeman. The colonel has important farming and other inter ests in Park county, this state, and has recently contributed quite an interest ing article to the American Field on the subject of irrigation reservoirs in the Rocky mountains and kindred subjects. Col. E. C. Waters, manager of the nav igation company operating on Yellow stone Lake, came down from the Park Wednesday. He reports the business of the company during the past season as having been good, in fact much better than was expected iu view of the fact that this is the first summer the steamer has been used for navigation. Jake Malin came in from the Stink ing Water country Saturday, where he has been engaged in prospecting aud mining operations the past two treasons. He brought with him some tine samples of ore from his claims, which he believes will prove veritable bonanzas when rail road transportation is secured, and this, he believes, will soon come through the Burlington & Missouri, which is actively engaged in surveys in that locality. D. G. Ross came down from Cooke Saturday, where he has been engaged during the past season in development work upon mining properties in which he is interested. He reports more ef fective work done by the mine owners during the summer than ever before, with good results so far as the showing of mineral is concerned, and like all oth ers acquainted with that camp is confi dent that with railroad facilities it will become the greatest silver-lead produc ing district in the world. William J. Vinnedge, president of the Vinnedge Mining company of Cooke, was in the city Thursday attending to business interests. He reports that mining properties of the camp never made a better showing than they do at the present time, as development work the past season has been more success fully directed than in former years. He states tbat the feeling is more hopeful that congress will take favorable action the coining winter to permit railroad construction to the camp, and with needed transportation the New World district will become the greatest mineral producer in the country. Monev Makes Money. Deposited in the Merchants Bank pays 8 j»er cent interest on time deposits. C. S. Hefferlin, Cashier. His Curiosity Was Satisfied. A stranger stood alone in the streets of a great city. His hat was napless, his boots covered with the dust of travel. Around him, on every side, a hurrying throng pushed and jostled in mad haste. He turned to a friendly policeman and said: "Say, where be all these people gwine?" The officer was dumbfounded at such ignorance. "Where are they going? Why, to purchase tickets via the popular Wisconsin Central. If you are going anywhere you want to go with the crowd and ride on the best track, in the most comfortable cars and with the greatest ease you ever experienced." i For tickets, berths and information ap ply to any ticket agent. ! I j ! j j j I j of of of in Testing the Baking Powders. Comparative Worth Illustrated, by PROF. PETER COLLIER, late chemist in chief of the DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON, D. C. DR. PRICE«........... Pure Cream Tartar. _f • _ ROYAL ............. Contains Ammonia, UNRIVALED. ...* Alum and Ammonia. Taylor's 1 Spooner I Alum and Ammonia. I MONARCH......x Alum and Ammonia. I SNOW BALL....# Alum and Ammonia. I CALUMET......... it Contains Alum. I HOTEL............*..l Contains Alum. I YARN ALL'S.....* *..| ■ Alum and Ammonia. I MILK............* I Alum and Ammonia. I SHEPARD'S ... it #..| Alum and Ammonia. I RON BON........... if.. Contains Alum I FOREST CITY *..| Alum and Ammonia. I chicaVso YEAST #* I Alum and Ammonia. I CROWN.........* *.. I Alum and Ammonia. | SILVER STAR..# *~| Alum and Ammonia. I DODSON A HILS# #| Alum and Ammonia. | Above diagram was drawn and verified in all its details, bjr Prof. Peter Collier, who is pre-eminent as a Chemist, and Scientist. The illustration ia made in accordance with his chemical tests of each brand enumerated. The Carbonic acid gas was calculated to get the leavening strength «"J the quantative analysis to ascertain the comparative wholesome ness, purity and general usefulness of the leading Powders. The result of Prof Collier's examination and test, reveals the fact, that, with but one exception every brand tested contained either Ammonia or Alnm, and a number both. * * Not one woman in ten thousand would use an Ammonia or Alum Baking Powder if she knew it Such Powders not only undermine the hea lth trat ammonia imparts a sallow or blotched complexion. ' Note.—D r. Price's Cream Baking Powder, as shown by Prof. Collier's examinations, is the only pure Cream Tartar Powder found free from adulter ation and the highest in strength. All authorities report Dr. Price's free from Ammonia, Alum, Lime, or any other adulterant The parity of this i d e a l Powder has never been questioned. # Indicates the Powder containing either Ammonia or aw # # Indicates the Powder containing both Ammonia and ai,«. While the diagram shows some of these Ammonia or Alum Powders to be of higher strength than others classed below them, it most not be «-h»" that they possess any value. Au Ammonia or Alum powders should ba avoided as dangerous, no matter how high their strength. a i SPECIAL MENTION. (Jo to O'Neil's for a speckled Havana. Fresh oysters at Krieger &. Cos'. The greatest patent production of the age, for sale at Goughnonr's, Second street. Geo. T. Chambers & Co. do plumbing. Cure your corns. Big 4 does it. At Peterson's. Go to G. T. Chambers & Co. for atn ! munition of all kinds. Money to loan on improved city and farm property. John T. Smith. I For choice family groceries go to j Krieger & Co. ! No trouble to iiiake solid plastered j walls by using the patent sheething lath. Don't limp around with corns when j you can purchase a bottle of Big 4 Corn Cure for 25 cents. At Peterson's, j For summer complaint nothing equals I Dr. Hess' Blackberry Balsam. Sold by M. A. Peterson. Builders and contractors should ex amine the patent sheething lath, at Gough nour's. Mrs. S. L. Davenport is receiving her fall and winter stock of millinery, con sisting of the finest assortment ever ex hibited in the city, to which she invites inspection by the ladies. "Monarch Brand" of fruits and vegeta bles at Thompson Bros. For fresh fruits and vegetables go to Krieger & Co's Family grocery. Are you constipated or billious? One box of Common Sense Pills will entirely cure you. Sold by M. A. Peterson. Choice coffees and teas a specialty at Krieger & Co's. Crescent creamery butter at Thomp son Bros. Fresh ranch eggs, spring chickens and hens wanted at the Metropolitan Cafe. The best lime is furnished by the Liv ingston Lime Works. O. Mattson. When baby wae eick, we gave her Caetoria, When ehe wae a child, ehe cried for Caetoria, When ehe became Miee, ehe clung to Caetoria, When elle had children, ehe gave them Caetoria. Hefferlin Bros, have just received a car load of eastern apples. Their second car load will arrive in about ten days, j Get their prices before purchasing, they are headquarters on apples. "Save who can!" was the frantic cry of Napoleon to his army at Waterloo. Save health and strength while you can, by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is ad vice that applies to all, both young and old. Don't wait until disease fastens on you ; begin at once. For dyspepsia, malaria, liver com plaint, kidney trouble, rheumatism, neu ralgia and nervousness, Dr. Hess' Sarsa parilla affords certain relief. To the convalescent it gives an assured and tested means of accelerating the return of coveted vigor. Sold by M. A. Peter son. When the stomach is affected by dys pepsia or when there is imperfect secre tion of digestive juices, patients must thoroughly understand that there must be an entire reconstruction of the sys tem by a persistent and thorough course of treatment. Dr. Hess' Sarsaparilla will be found to be just what is needed in such cases. Sold by Peterson. When the hair begins to come out in combing, it shows a weakness of the scalp that calls for immediate attention. The best preparation to arrest further loss of hair and restore the scalp to a healthy condition is Ayer's Hair Vigor. The New Merchants Hotel, of Helena, reojiened October 1st, 1891*. This hotel, which enjoys a first-class reputation for cleanliness, comfort, large elegant rooms, with steam heat, electric light and good cuisine, will endeavor to sustain its rep utation and merit a continuance of its former patronage. Oct. 10-3t Notice. All members of National Park Lodge No. 10, A. O. U. W., are requested to meet Tuesday evening next for the transaction of important business. There should be a full attendance. W. P. Mur-HOLi-ANO, Recorder. List of Letters Advertised at Livingston Monlaua, Oct. 5, 1891. mining, .lohn Morris, Jas B Hensley, .lohn Mason, .lack Callahan, Eugene Murry, .lames Comion, Jelin Mogul, Miss Mary Cook, I. J Mummy, Miss Sadie (3) Carlton, Miss l.ottie Nihlock, <J W Conway, Thos Nutcher, Wm II Cassidy, Wm Partington, Dan Devon, C M Barton, James Duhacli, F B Rhodes, W R DuBois, (ieo B Sanders, Charles W Eegar, Charley Stearns, Mrs C Ii Guthrie, Geo Shields, Eli Glynn, Patrick Schnitzel, Henry Gibson, T F Stou(Ter, Mrs Lydia lloagland, E F Smith, M J Haskins, M Sherk, Sami (3) Harris, S A Scott, Walter Johnson, Chas Taylor, P W Leatherman, Geo M Vaughan, Fran). Mack, D S Witten, Henry McGuire, F M Wilmo, John Murphy. Frank Yanken, PO Madden JJ A Persons calling for (lie aliove will please say 'Advertised.'' S. M. Parks, P. M. POWDER Absolutely Pure. ainnTe^pnUg^trpn^u, 112 - " i f. he8t,,f ' men, Food ^ ! J. A. BROWN & CO. DF.LERS IN- Drugs! Duggists Sundries, Patent Medicines & Toilet Goods. Prescript ions carefully compounded. Main Street, Between Calander and Lewis Streets. Gordon Bros. Lumber Co., LiVTcisra-STOisr, BIG TIMBER AND STILLWATER, Have constantly on hand a large supply of Lump and Nut Coal -AND FUEL COKE, FROM HORR MINES. -(o) Leavc orders for coal at the oflice, which will be de livered prompt I} and in any quantity. It is the liest fuel coal in the market, proved by analysis and as cheap as any. Give it a trial. I. ORSCHEL & BRO., Jew Ms for Fall and Fier Fear L\ EVERY DEPARTMENT. For Fall and Winter Wear we are prepared to show the largest and most complete stock ever shown in our line in Park County. —NOVELTIES IN— -<! READY MADE SUITS, }■- - i READY MADE OVERCOATS, }■ - _-z CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, J- __J UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, SUIT- - -<! INGS, BOOTS, SHOES, |*- --j TRUSERINGS. J- Also Trunks and Valises, Gloves and Mittens, Rubber and Leather Goods. In fact we are ready to fit and please every man in need of proper wearing ap parel, suitable to the season. Give us a call, Satisfaction Guaranteed. _A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF BURT & PACKARD Gent's Fine Shoes, Always on Hand. I. ORSCHEL & BRO., Main Street, - Livingston, Mont. HOOPES & EATON Risks safely placed at the regular rates and in the best Companies. Remember it coete no more to insure in a company that will pay you full value for your loss than it does in a company that will pay you from 30 to 40 per cent, of said loss. Life and Accident Insurance. MINING STOCK. Do you want to buy Mining Stock in Castle, Cooke City, Bear Gulch, Emigrant y Gulch, Mill Creek or the Boulder? Have you Mining Stock for sale. REAL ESTATE. Do you want to sell? Do you want to buy? Do you want to build? Do you want to loan money? Do ÿou want to borrow money? If yon want any of these call and see us. HOOPES &b EATON, ORSCHEL BLOCK. - - LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. F, S. Webster & Go., Real Estate, Loans and Insurant«. R \ National Park Bank, REFERENCES, j Livingston National ,» allk