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MP TABLE. |*«cilic . s.(ili».in.i 1:1.*» h.iu. , iM j .•;,-! ' .. m i" p 1 : :V> a LOt'AL LAÏOUT. Mr. Mir n. 1 .Mrs. Forest Bullat , e r Kitli, 1891. a son. ,,| Mrs. Z. '1'. Work ,,i n .f IOtli, IS'.tl, a hereafter be run only ihr remainder of tbe j,, r . has removed bis 1,. in the Katm build j,r the mails oeuveen rsburg. lai;(* line from tliis • r t lie management of se. nitinned last week, s are coming to Liv I appear at Fowlie's next Molli' ■Vt-M •til) f a sub s residence on ne and Geyser 'M. lb Mr. I,lie Hoy. both of li. ami Mrs. Oak The funeral took ■e-ddence in River ■ proud father of made his advent and Mrs. Croon V 't. ] Monday n \ I le! I art, having 1 lie Livingston id pointed t he exterior. I roves the appearance e over the V ellovv in good condition the cast cud with completed her new imsc in the rear of w ill open it to the ext. the Cokedale gen •juints. have inaugurated a stage Ms city. The stage makes the mil trip from Cokedale. •in of Ouaintance & Shepherd, changed by the purchase of tin 'homas Fortune. Hereafter be A C. Rlu ai n tance Co. ,• sleeping car arrangement, by h a sleeper has been sidetracked at ilaeefor both east bound trains, lias discontinued for the winter season, iidmiister llogan. with a force of «ent over to Bozeman Monday to ind grade for the new (I at that place for the Test hv et racks •ti nrtlieni l'acilic. \ ili inofratie club has been organized lied Lodge with the following offi !>: President. D. G. O'Shea; vice •vident, A. II- Harris; secretary, F. J. ,Lean: treasurer. T. P. McDonald. I'lie Chronicle is authority for the lent that li. W. Myers, formerly the firm <>f Myers Bros.. Shields river, * disposed of 1 1 is property in Missouri il «ill return to Montana to stay. ]. A. Diinforth is preparing to erect I it her double store building on B vet, just north of the Herald office. ;e structure will be of brick, with «•meut, one story and will be 25x50 H r town foinifil of Castle lias elected S. Kelly as mayor to till the vacancy ■d by the death of Mayor Henry ritlin. j). N. West wus chosen an al an to till a vaeanev existing in the cd. e Duck creek round-up of beef cal as com plut ei I Tuesday and the cat oiisisting of a trainload belonging M. t'onrow, Richard Wright and •s Milligan, were shipped from ■prmgdale Wednesday. Relierai Manager Mellen of the North 'll I'aritie arrived in bis sjiecial car inlay on a trip of inspection over the tef'f the company's road. From here »»as taken to Cinnabar on Lis way for trip through Wonderland, the Shields river round-up Legation »teen Mile creek Tuesday. The range Hie worke I from that point on the d aide of the river to Muir tunnel, en the Shields river w ill be crossed nd worked up to Cottonwood creek. Wlule but a slight snowfall visited 'section Sunday and Monday, niell as rapidly as it fell, Bozeman and bullat in valley were covered by » to the depth of nearly one foot. ' storm extended west as far as HeT DU, I lie stock belonging to the Yellow ark Transportation company, 'uprising 25n head of stage horses, flight down from the Park Sat tdin ami taken to the ranch of Dr. R. Alt'in near Spriugdale, where they II he wintered. I im letter mail from the east, sacked Dins city, was transferred by mistake dm Park tram and was not returned hl 1 uesday evening. The jiouch for muiiotli lint Springs, left here in its «as promptly forwarded by Tues 'ark train. county treasurer Is now collecting xes l,,r tlie present year. Under the " j*» faxes become delinquent one i 1 , ''arlicr than heretofore, and those !?. >n °t settle before December 1st f compelled to pav the additional la hy of lo per cent. L* action was begua in the district ,r - »«inlay by ( Jeorge Bixby, guar * j" 1 i ,eil ' for E. T. Haddachek, to s/tu . 811U1 'J 8456.50, money al 1 0 be due Haddachek for labor urmed between the first day of July, October 1.1891. HImiii \ Ritteiiour of Mission was '• u 2? led m Justice Hosford's court ( ' ay on a charge of assault and > Inferred by (Jus Yarendt. The i, e 'i le,il 'd by a jury, who concluded i. 'deuce did not justify the coiu 1 , Rittemnir was accordingly "fifed. amt, laliir - N, , w Orleans Uncle Tom's l,a,ul are to appear at J etoUr .«| , R,next Friday evening, ■ni , r ^' blB company is said to * excellent one. numbering some wen I ... « leaded by the famous I an »vers throughout the K(, ""dinan. whose name is familiar *K*"* nt p ' bs P il bth says that Rev. »1 "t/,' , ( 01 '» 11 be is the happy recipi tlie .^tt'ttiful uniform of an officer • "• 0 H:aul, ' r >' Knights Templar. ' f eat pon , presiding officer of the U 8 . * w lgs and has labored in 'ti*bm. I-^st interests. The 011 in « i' 1 S i , b'Ren of the appreci IV pi ' 118 8erv 'cc8 are held. l>au >& Kansas City ' r »iil*-,.Wi" 8Uwl tl,e first World's ^cation „ ' W ' ^ *»n attractive ; lfl <ug|, ' Budilins a globe flouting » ciiunj . e Wltl > a bird's-eye view of u Pon luTT 1 hy u,e road ex i!!^ Hrts Pictnr hUr [ u<:G - One the reverse p** pl»n ne d principal build Hg. "' 8 «l for u«e at the World's Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Hooley, in this city , OctwlKjr 16lh, 1891. a daughter. Don't fail to see the street parade next Friday noon by Middaugh's famous Gold lia ml. T 'his band uses the most rxpensiv e set of gold Besson instru in. ments in laiuifai •tu red. , James Wide lecombe of Melville made a tiling with District Clerk Emmons Thursday for a desert claim iu Meagher county. Charles Warland and Roliert Widdecombe, both of Melvills, were his witnesses. Mrs. Lucinda J. Prather made final ! proof before District Clerk Fin mens Thursday of her desert claim near Rig i Timber. William Wright and Spencer Jarrett were witnesses to her complete reclamation of the land. A Red Lodge dispatch of t| ie 14th states that Patrick Adamsand Thomas Stewart, two ol the oldest employes of the Roesy Fork Coal company of that place, were killed by a fall of rack while ascending the slope Wednesday night. The ladies of St. Mary's Catholic so cict \ are making arrangements for a fair to be held in Fowlie's hall just prior to the holidays, i he object of the enter tainment is to raise a fund to be applied in paying the existing debt against St. Mary's church. District court convenes next Monday, with about S> cases on the calendar. I ne trial of (nidirev Demers, held for the killing of ,). R. Dilworth, near Red Lokgo last slimmer, will probably be take place at this term and will come up for hearing on the 25th inst. F pw ort 1 1 League of the Methodist so eicty are arranging for a series of six literary entertainments for the winter Eminent talent from abroad w ill be engaged for each entertainment. Season tickets per couple will be &T>, and single admission to the course ?v>. The Masonic grand lodge for Montana convened at Butte Monday. Following are the accredited delegates from Liv ingston: Commandery F. W. Wright, C. T. Peterson and A. L. Love. Chap ter ('. W. Savage, W. L. P. McGraw. Blue Lodge Ike W. Raker. W. F. Thompson, Louis Lahm. The annual meeting of the grand lodge of (KM Fellows wiil convene in Bozeman next Tuesday. George T. Chambers will represent the encamp ment from this city, and L. N. Leplev is tlie delegate from Park lodge No. 17. Prof. J. E. Reese and Miss Niles, teachers of the Big Tim'oer schools, have tendered .their resignations and the schools are temporarily closed. We un derstand that a vacation will be given to the pupils until the new school build ing. in course of erection, is completed, which will be about November 15th. M. Morrison lias contracted with W. <J. Johnson, manager of the Yellowstone Park association, for the care of the as soeiation stock during the coming win ter. The stock, which consists mainly of milch cows and numbers sixty-two head, was driven down from t lie Park Thursday and taken to Mr. Morrison's ranch near Springdale. The second social hop of the Calumet club was given at Fowlie's hall Thurs day evening and proved a pleasant event, as do all the entertainments of the club. It is the intention of this organization to give a dance every two weeks and every alternate Thursday night will Ik? devoted to cards and amusements at the parlors of the Albemarle. One of the large converters of the Electric Light company, suspended jus* over the door of Fisenberg's store, be came detached from its fastenings Thursday afternoon and fell to the floor. Fortunately no one was near the door at the time or a serious, iT not fatal, acci dent might have resulted as the heavy niece of machinery fell with sufficient force to imbed itself in the flooring. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. An drew's Episcopal church will give an entertainment at Fowlie's hall, Thurs day evening, of next week. A varied and interesting programme has been prepared for the occasion. Cake and cream will be served between the acts. Doors will be open at 7:30, the enter tainment to ljegin promptly at 8. A general admission has been fixed at 25 cents. At the close of a term of t hree months, the pupils of Cokedale school, assisted by young people from Livingston, gave a very successful entertainment on Fri day evening, October 9th. As the pro coeds were to be applied toward the pur chase of a bell for Cokedale school build ing, the citizens feel very grateful to Mrs. Hunter for her presence, and also to the young ladies who came with her and assisted so nobly in the entertain ment. S. F. Whitney the past week sold through the agency of H. S. Potts his lot on the west side of Main street to Nolan Bros., of Iowa, for « consideration of 8*2,250. It is the intention of the pur chasers to erect a two-story brick store building upon the property, which will l»e stocked with a full line of hardware. They will probably commence building operations this fall, but do not expect to be ready to begin business before next season. William E. Knowles anil Miss Percy Matheson were married at the Congre gational parsonage in this city Tuesday evening, Rev. W. C. Fowler officiating. The groom is ore of the mine owners of the Emigrant district, and the bride one of the popular teachers of Park county. Mr. and Mrs. Knowles will reside at Chico. The Enterprise joins with the numerous friends of the happy couple in wishing them a long and prosperous matrimonial voyage. Word was received Wednesday by M. Roth, secretary and treasurer of the Hidden Treasure Mining company, that the machinery for the company's new ten-stamp mill had arrived at Big Tim ber. It will be removed to the mill site in the Boulder district at once and set up as soon as the buildings, now under way, are ready for its reception. The companv are still confident that the mill will be in readiness to begin dropping stamps by the middle of next month. Deputy Sheriff M. M. Johnson of Meagher county was in the city Wed nesday on the track of WTlber Hollinger, a youth who is charged with horse steal ing. The theft was committed in July last, when voung Hollinger appropriated a horse belonging to W. E. Sherman, which he afterwards disposed of to John Scanlon at Springdale. Nothing was heard of either the horse or Hollinger until last week when Mr. Scanlon rode the horse to Castle when Mr. Sherman at once recognized the animal as his property, and took legal steps for its re °°John McDermott was arraigned be WÖÄ"* SeV«-> crime was released, as the e\ idem e wa deemed insufficient to convict. ing V arl \ ie fftted up for the purpose and leased and fitted^ an(J the h k am two of the b 08G gecurely housed ladder truck a precautionary in that locality- Ab hj ^ ^ of measure °P e Carroll's livery stable hose are placed »tCarroii^ ^ ^ for convenience ifi now better first ward. * b ® U any time since it provided tor than remains to ..„joh-rt »»» depart take steps to P A me ctmg ment on a nlLrftheroveral hose and should be ojgd nnd if neces hook and ladder comp . j u order Pary f 8 jTnSrfife and awaken needed KSTÄ !»«•—*■ Custer Lodge No. 191, Brotherhood of Locomotive hiremen, will give a ball in I' ow lie s hall Christmas eve. The Ancient Order of United Work men are making arrangement« for a ball to l.e given at Fowlie's hall Thauksgiv mg eve. A iricti riage license was issued vester uay to Manus L. Wentworth of Oka, Meagher county, ami Mabel Mosher of <- ity Point, Maine. Deputy Sheriff Jackson, who returned yesterday from n trip to Melville, states that that place and Rig Timber will shortly be connected by telephone -a force of men being now engaged in plac ing the poles to be used J II.V,,„r»,l, president o( the Park •. 0i .' company, came down from Hoir '1 hursday evening, where he had lieen superintending business of the company. He reitorts the ovens all in successful and continuous operation, wif li a full force of miners employed in the mines, and a brisk demand for both coal and coke. In the case of Thomas J. Riste and Louis F. Knack, plaintiffs, vs. Robert L. Morton et al., a demurrer was tiled with the district clerk yesterday on behalf of defendants James Hall, Daniel G. Ross and Herbert E. Jones. The grounds for the demurrer, as alleged, is that the plaintiffs' complaint does not state facts sufficient to constitute a cause for action. Complaint is made that the traction engines with the threshing machine out fits have broken numerous small bridges along the public highways in this vicin ity. Parties using these engines should exercise care in handling them to avoid this trohle. In some states where these ! «V Hchin ** 8 . are numerous the law requires the carry ing of heavy planks upon whicl to run traction engines across bridges, and this precaution should be taken by parties handling them in this county. Snowy Range Division No. 295, Order of Railway Conductors, was organized in this city Tuesday afternoon. Follow ing are the officers elected; J. F. Barnes, C.C.; J. W'.Dodd, A.C.C.; Chas. Alex ander, S. C.; F. W. Linck, J. C.; A. J. Kersting, I. S. G.; T. B. Sloman, O.S. G.; B. S. Robertson, S. and T. The lodge was instituted by A. B. Garretson, grand senior conductor, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assisted by George Hall of Helena. Die organization starts with a member ship of twenty-four. A farewell party was tendered Mrs. James Ennis Wednesday evening on the eve of her departure for Cooke City, where she will join her husband for the winter. A large number of friends gathered at the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. Ennis where they were cor dially received and entertained. Later an adjournment was taken to the opera house for the better accommodation of those desiring to indulge in terpsichor ean pleasures, and a most enjoyable dance closed the festivities of the occa sion. The work of sinking the shaft on the Yellowstone mine at Castle has begun. Three shifts are employed, and when a depth of 4(H) feet is attained a station will be cut and drifts rnn toward the vein. It is expected that ore bodies similar to those disclosed on the l<H) foot level will be found on the 400. A great deal of work in the shape of improve ments lias recently lieen done on the property. The shaft has been lagged from the surface to the :$00-foot level, a new gallows frame erected, and the pump that was on the 200-foot level low ered to the third. The comedy sensation, "Little Trixie," which has created a furore in all east ern cities, is making its first western tour and will appear at the opera house on Tuesday evening. The company is said to be the strongest of its kind trav eling, and as this alone assures a not only splendid but also funny jierform auce, it would be well for patrons of stage amusements to avail themselves of this opportunity of seeing this success ful and popular comedy. It introduces many new and novel features and is re splendent with everything that is es sential to the liest of entertainments. It will be remembered that August 10th, two young boys left their homes in Meagher county and struck out for themselves. One was a son of Sheriff Rader and the other was a son of Jos. Stephens, commissioner of Meagher county. The youngsters took two good saddle horses when they left, which they traded off at this place for ponies and 825 to boot. Sheriff Rader followed on the trail and took his own son back home from the National Park, where the two were, but young Stephens refused to re turn, and as the sheriff had no authority to make him he was permitted to go on his way. Since then he has not been seen or heard of and his parents are very anxious to hear of his whereabouts. The supreme court Tuesday reversed the decision of Judge Henry in the case of Henry Gassert against M. M. Black and others. It was action for foreclos ure of mortgage. The answer filed claimed an indebtedness to defendant and also that there was a mistake in the mortgage. The intention of the mort gage, it was claimed, was that it could not be foreclosed until due, whereas by a mistake, it was made foreclosable on failure to pay annual interest. The court was asked to reform the mortgage to express the intent and to allow the indebtedness to go in. To this answer there was a demurrer, which Judge Henry sustained. The supreme court orders him reversed and' that the mort gage be reformed and the claims al lowed. —Independent. Clarence McLaughlin sustained a se vere injury Thursday afternoon on Trail creek, in the upper Yellowstone. He had occasion to use a butcher knife at some distance from the house and, con cluding to bring in his horses from the foothills, put the knife in his overcoat pocket. After securing his horses he started for home, when he slipped on the steep hillside and in some manner the knife came in contact with the calf of his left leg, cutting a deep gash several inches in length. He succeeded in reaching the residence of Mr. Stebbins, where means were taken to staunch the flow of blood. Dr. W. H. Campbell was summoned and rendered the necessary surgical attention. Although the wound is not considered serious, it will confine the young man to his home for several days. ... A sparring exhibition was given at Fowlie's hall Saturday evening by Jim mie Casey, champion 115-pound light weight of Washington, and Chic Rogers of Helena. Owing to the fact that so many fake exhibitions of this kind have been perpetrated on the citizens of Liv ingston the attendance was rather light. Several contests between local boxers preceded the principal event of the evening and afforded considerable amusement for the spectators. At 10 o'clock the principal event was an nounced, the referee also announcing that it would be strictly a friendly ten round set-to between Casey and Rogers. Both men proved themselves to be very clever sparrers and well versed in the tactics of pugilism. Casey was proba bly the better man of the two, but both acquitted themselves to the entire satis faction of the audience. Among social events of the week, and of more than usual interest, was the surprise tendered Mr. and Mrs. \\. E. Dixon. A number of their friends, in response to invitation of Misses Lind and Houston, met at the opera house and proceeded to the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. Dixon who, although com pletely taken by surprise, welcomed their unexpected guests and gave them a hearty reception. The evening was Chiefly devoted to progressive whist, in which Miss Bessie Swain and Mr M E* Dixon carried off honors and the hrst prizes, while Mr. W. P. Mulhollasd and Miss Anna Hopkins were awarded booby nnzes. Among those in attendant» ST Mr. «Nd MrB. W. P. Mulhollnud Mr. and Mrs. George T. Young, Mr. and Mrs. I). Short, Mr.and Mrs. C. J. W likes, Mrs. Elmer, Mieses Healy, Galiger, Hopkins, Houston, Swain, McKey, Mol lie and Olive Lind, Mesara. Eisenberg, Carey, Peterson, Selvidge, Calkins,Peck, tja »- and Harris. ' c"J w™"* among PEBBONAL POINTS. J.Jn?.- 1 M «Cormick Junction to Billings Bin;!? 8 Ash visited relatives at '"ngs the past week. ^ french of Grrdiner was a visitor m the city Thursday. „A ^ 8 '. Alclnerney is visiting relatives and friends in Minnesota. Attorney A. R. Jov visited the temporary capital the past week. ,..Ji/; OUKhnour returned the first of the rom a business visit to Castle. an ^ Frank McGuire are g m Phillipaburg and vicinity. J. Westfall of Springdale " removing fn.m mg from ! am < on ^ " 8 'tore in the city Wednesday. ■ Spencer Jarrett and w ife of Spring i ale were visitors in the city Thursday. J.. G. McCartney of Gardiner was an arrival in the city bv Wednesday's Park tram. Benj Mjelde, proprietor of the Grande hotel, Lig Timber, was in the citv Wed nesday. Miss Kittie Mclnerney returned Wed nesday from a visit with friends in Helena. Mrs. Fuhrman, postmistress at Chico was in the city Tuesday, a guest of Mrs. H. W. Bingham. C. F. M. Tinling, traffic solicitor for the Noitlnvestern railroad, was in the city Tuesday. Mayor E. H. Talcott and family re turned Tuesday night from a protracted visit in the east. W. M. Green, manager of Gordon Bros.' lumber yards at Stillwater, was in the city Monday. Mrs. A. J. Stoel nnd daughters re turned the first of the week from a visit with relatives in South Dakota. Judge J. A. Savage went down to Bill ings Tuesday to attend to litigation in the district court of Yellowstone. Mrs. Houston, who has been spending several months with Mrs. J. Pearson at Stillwater, returned home Tuesday. Col. S. B. Miles, wife and daughter, of Humansville, Mo., are visiting their sons, Billy Miles & Bros., in this city. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Prather and son, Master Tommy, were among arrivals from Big Timber Thursday morning. Angus Brown, master mechanic in the Northern Pacific shops, went to Helena inspection. Thomas Mallon, the rustling wool buyer and one of the mine owners of Castle, was among Livingston friends Saturday. Fred Beley, proprietor of the Pliiilips burg Bottling works, visited his brother, Alderman Frank Beley of this city, the past week. Philip Bottler and wife of Fridley will shortly start for the Pacific coast, where Mrs. Bottler expects to spend the winter. Mrs. J. T. Smith and mother visited friends in the Gallatin valley the past week. They made the journey by pri vate conveyance. Herman Orach el, of the firm of I. Orechel »It Bro., and manager of the Miles City store of this firm was in the city Wednesday. Alex. Parnett of Miles City, represent ing the Street Stock Car company in Montana, was among visitors in Living ston Wednesday. T. S. Ash returned yesterday from Castle where, on the 15th, he attended the monthly meeting of the Cumberland Mining company. Charles Howard, formerly with the Red Lodge Picket, was in the city Mon day on his return from a trip to the Shields river country. W. F. Marshal, Thomas F. Guiden and E. R. Bowen started Saturday for a ten days' hunting trip on Big creek, in the upper Yellowstone. Deputy Sheriff M. M. Johnson of Meagher county came over from Castle the past week and interviewed his num erous Livingston friends. Dr. S. A. Beecher of St. Paul and Captain Shields returned Saturday from a trip to Cooke City, whither they went to look after mining interests. Judge Frank Henry and Deputy Dis trict Clerk Bailey returned Saturday from a successful hunting and fishing excursion in the Stillwater country. C. R. DeWolfe, general agent for "Uncle Tom's Cabin" company, was in the city Thursday arranging for the ap pearance of his troupe in Livingston. Engineer S. Bundock and M. W. H. Brown started Thursday morning for Missoula county, where Mr. Bundock has a contract for surveying government lands. R. O. Morris, a prominent stockgrower of eastern Park county, was in the city Wednesday on his return from the east, where he had just disposed of his beef cattle. James G. Ramsey, secretary of the hoard of World's Fair managers for Montana, accompanied by Mrs. Ramsey, was in the city Saturday on his way to Helena. W. H. Merriman, Northern Pacific agent at this place, departed Saturday for St. Paul, but returned Sunday in re sponse to a telegram requiring his pres ence here. Mrs. W. T. Davis returned Friday evening from Cooke, where she has been sojourning the past summer with her husband, who has large mining interests in the camp. Miss Laura Martin went down to Big Timber Saturday morning to take part in a Sunday school concert for the Con gregational church, and returned Mon day morning. Fred Muench and wife were in the city Monday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. O'Neil. They are on their return to Chicago from an extended tour through the west. James Hall came down from Cooke Wednesday evening, where during the past summer he has been devoting his attention to development work upon his mining properties. O. T. Armstrong returned last Satur day from the east, whither he accomp anied bis shipment of beef cattle. Dur ing his sojourn iu the east he visited his old home in Indiana. George W. Wakefield, manager of the Yellowstone Park Transportation com pany, was in the city Saturday superin tending the transfer of the company's stock to winter quarters. W. R. Rhodes, who for the past two vears has been the efficient superintend ent of the Park Coal and Coke company, at Horr, has resigned his position. He came down to Livingston Thursday evening. W. F. McLeod, who is interested in the freight contract for the Hidden Treasure company, came in from the Boulder Saturday, having successfully delivered the first invoice of freight for building purposes. W. MeC. White, formerly acting su perintendent of this division of the Northern Pacific, but now engaged in the real estate business at Butte, visited his sister, Mrs. T. H. Smith of this city, the first of the week. Z. E. Bloom burg, who has been in charge of the Fountain hotel in the Na tional Park, is again in Livingston. He has almost recovered from the effects of injuries recently received by a runaway accident at Mammoth Hot Springs and considers himself fortunate in escaping more serious wounds. Worthy McKee returned Monday evening from a trip to Cooke. He re ports that the mines of that district are showing up in good shape as a result of more than the usual amount of well di rected development work during the past season, and that now the only thing required to make the camp the greatest mineral producing district in the world is congressional action that w ill permit of 3oad construction. was Mrs. S. R. Slirakc returned Saturday from Florence, Missoula county, whither she was summoned during the fatal ill nesfl of her sister, Mrs. G. W. Donaldson. Joseph Moriarity, who has been visit ...g hi® old home in England, returned the first of the week and is again in his former l*osition in the Northern Pacific shops _____________ ing his old home in England, returned lnunsunitiuu Kanquet. The inauguration banquet of Snowy Range Division No. 295, Order of Rail way Conductors, was tendered at the Albemarle hotel Tuesday evening, and proved a most enjoyable and brilliant event. The members of the newly or ganized order and a number of invited g U ests assembled in the parlors of the hotel, and included among the list the following: Judge Frank Henry and wife, Hou. A. R. Joy and wife, Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Alton, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Dodds, Mr. and Mrs. Z. E. Bloomburg, Mr. asd Mrs. S. J. Fullerton, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Clark, Dr. and Mrs. G. R. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Hoopes, Mrs. E. A. Huff, Mrs. J. Wilcox, Misses Gertie Hoopes, Jennie Wittieh, Clara Christopherson and Lot tie Carlton, Messrs. B. B. Gogerty, A. B. Garretson, E. C. Day, George W. Wake field, Ed. Winston, T. J. Laughhn, Geo. Hall, J. R. Condit, B. S. Robertson, T. F. Richardson, F. H. Pease, C. W. Hick man, Angus Brown, C. A. McCune, J.H. Lemley, A. F. Leopold, G. W. Bodle, H. C. Gray, Charles Alexander, J. C. Calla ban, George Aldersou, Walter Alderson, T. P. Cullen, A. Loasby, F. M. Malone, A. J. Kersting, S. H. Brown. After the guests had all assembled in the parlors of the hotel, shortly after 10 o'clock, the doors of the dining room were thrown open, revealing the banquet tables, elegantly decorated and supplied with substantial edibles and all the lux uries of the season, prepared and ar ranged in a manner that did ample credit to the management of that popular hostelry. E. C. Day, Esq., as "Conductor for This Run Only," acted as master of ceremonies, and in this position, as well as in response to ihe toast assigned him, acquitted himself in his usual happy and easy manner. A. B. Garretson, grand senior con ductor of the order, responded to the toast, "Perpetual Friendships," in which he gave a brief and concise statement of the lieneficial features of the organiza tion. "Our Guests- No Dead Heads on This Trip," was appropriately responded to by Charles Alexander. A. R. Joy followed in a resjKinse to "The Railroads- the Arteries of the Country," in a humorous and entertain ing manner. "Our Wives and Sweethearts," by A. F. Leopold, was well received, the senti ments expressed meeting with apprécia tion and approval. "The Windy City" called forth one of Judge Henry's most happy responses, in which he humorously protested against the designation as applied to Livingston and clearly depicted that " 'Tis an ill wind that blows nobody good." Angus Brown, master mechanic of this division, responded to the toast, "Our Motive Power," in which he did full justice to the subject, as was evi denced by the happy manner in which his speech was received. This closed the list of blasts, but in response to inyitation short speeches were made by Col. F. M. Malone, Dr. R. D. Alton, Dr. G. W. Wells, Messrs. Nib lock and Condit, w hich were decidedly appropriate and well timed. With the close of the programme in the banquet hall a number of those present remained and indulged in the pleasures of dancing until an early hour in the morning. The unanimous expression of all in attendance was to the effect that the in auguration banquet of Snowy Range Division No. 295, O. R. C., was a corn niete success, and reflected credit upon all who contributed to the pleasures of the occasion. Cliurcli ... tiers. The Ladies' Aid U/ciety of the Con gregational society will meet with Mrs. W. L. Shawk next Wednesday afternoon. "Dangers and Safeguards of Young Men" will lie the theme of the pastor at the Methodist church next Sunday evening. At 11 a. m., "The Triumphant Disciple." Episcopal: Sunday services at St. Andrew's church: Morning prayer 11a. m., evening song 8 p. m., early celebra tion 7:30 a. in., Sunday school 3 p. m. The Woman's Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. B. T. Gray on Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. There will be evening song and bible class on Wednes day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Congregational: Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The sermon in the morning, the first of a series of morning sermons, on "Sermon on the Mount.' Subject of evening sermon, "Christ Feeding the Five Thousand." Sabbath school at 12 m. Young people's prayer meeting, 6:30 p. m. Regular prayer meeting at 7:30 Tuesday evening. Teacliei-tt' Monthly Report to Trustees ar.ri Superintendent. ►» : a ■ o «8 No. of District < m i < 0» U and Tpaciipr. 6 >* fctfl u tj £ G as 'rz ^ 48 or S*® 'J s da •3J t- rz £ • t+ fc » < •A A s AH Livingston : Il V Ostein, Pr l 50 42 Josie Duke, As i 21 52 45 15 19 53 44 15 20 Marg'et Conway Lillian Miller... 89 9« lti 10 Eleda Felsted... 48 40 15 14 Annie Madden. 73 «0 3 20 Red Lodge : E'ma M Yakeiev 32 5« 27 44 1 82 0 Annie McAneilv 44 94* Î5 44 81+ 3 Stella Yakeley... 53 89 47» 133 3 08 1 Mary Mattison.. M ei.vili.e : 1(13 561 80 ë(> 10 Lulu Jackson.... Cokedale: Nevilla Rice i 24 35 121 18 13 87 3 Ruth liackett ) Horr: 42 .... Florence Elmer. 74 21 « 82 ti Sweetgrass: Maud Randall... h 35 8+ 4 95 McLeod: Esther Johnson.. T 15 5 5 91 4 Fridley : Mrs. Etta Giles.. 15 35 h <; 1 92 1 Cascade : C. VVeet....... 17 38 13 30 4 EVA. M. HUNTER, Co. Supt 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. Mukholland, Recorder. The Secret of Fine Pastry. Is wholly in using Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. The only pure Cream Tarter Powder sold on the market. Other brands contain either ammonia, alum or some other adulterant. Ammonia or alum powders dry out, make the dough too porous, leaving a bitter taste, etc. No agency has assisted so much toward perfection in cookery as Price's Cream Baking Powder. Its ingredients are simple and so blended as to exist in exact chemical pro* portions, so after use there is never any excess of either left in the food. Hence there can be no impurities whatever left in the finished food. No bitter taste, no taint of but food raised with Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder partakes of the natural sweet flavor of the floor and keeps moist and fresh for days. This powder possesses qualities peculiar to it alone. No other makes such delicious pastry. No pt h e * contains the white of eggs. SPECIAL MENTION. Go to O'Neii'b for a speckled Havana. Fresh oysters at Krieger & Cos'. The greatest patent production of the a g e f or sa i e at Goughnour's, Second street. Geo. T. Chambers & Co. do plumbing. Cure your corns. Big 4 does it. At Petersou's. Go to G. T. Chambers & Co. for am munition of all kinds. Money to loan on improved city and farm property. John T. Smith. For choice family groceries go to Krieger «Sk Co. No trouble to make solid plastered walls by using the patent slieething lath. A full line of ladies' underwear, fall and winter millinery, notions, etc., just received at S. L. Davenport's. Don't limp around with corns when you can purchase a bottle of Big 4 Corn Cure for 25 cents. At Peterson's. For summer complaint nothing equals Dr. Hess' Blackberry Balsam. Sold by M. A. Peterson. Builders and contractors should ex amine the patent sheething lath, at Goughnour'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. S. L. Davenport is receiving a large and well assorted stock of Fall and Win ter Millinery, and the ladies are invited to call and see the display. For fresh fruits and vegetables go to Krieger «fc 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 «fc'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 was sick, we yave her Caetoria, When she was a child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clnne to Castoria, When she had children, she save them Castoria. Go to S. L. Davenport's for your clothing, furnishing goods, shoes and fancy notions. Goods bought at bank rupt sales in the east and being sold at bankrupt prices. Hefferlin Bros, have just received a car load of eastern apples. Their second car load will arrive in about ten days. Get their prices before purchasing, they are headquarters on apples. If you wish to secure a certain and speedy result, when using Ayer's Sar sapari'lla, be careful in observing the rules of health, or the benefit may be re tarded. A fair and persistent trial of this medicine never fails, when thedirec tions are followed. 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 pepsin or when there is imperfect secre tion of digestive juices, patients must thoroughly understand that there must be an entire reconstruction of the sys tern 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. "Not all is gold that glitters" is a true saying; it is equally true that not all is sarsaparilla that is so labelled. If you would be sure of the genuine article ask for Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and take no other. Health is too precious to be trifled with. The New Merchants Hotel, of Helena, reopened 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 Lint of Letters Advertised at Livingston Montana, Oct. 13, 1801 Aigern, (' A Aruholt, Mrs N I. Byars, (leo Ball, Judson Buchanan, Robert Cox, Mrs Minnie pi.i Pahl-ren, C J Ferguson, Mrs Annie Franklin, B Fuhrman, Fred Flick, Mrs Kittie Oonld, Mrs E M F (ioldstein. Miss Lillie (iaffnev, Thos Howe, F H Johnson, Miss Mavgit Persons caliin Advertised." Kirkland, James Lewis, N A McNutt, John J ci) Nelson, Louis F Oliver, Mrs May Pulliam, Tom Reinhart, Lewis Reid, W J Shea, Hennis Stuhl, Geo Slusser, John P Templeton, Chas Vance, Edelia Weidei, E Wallick, Wm Ward, W II. for the above will please sav S. M. Parks, P. M His Curiosity Was Satisfied. A stranger stood alone in the streets of a great city. IIis 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, w here 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." For tickets, berths and information ap ply to any ticket agent. Turkish Baths. Mrs. Into has just fitted up alliances for Turkish baths at her bath rooms on B street. Dry and steam sweat baths, shower, medicinal, cool and hot baths furnished all patrons on a moment's no tice. Everything neat and tidy. 17-lm Muncy Makes Money. Deposited in the Merchants Bank pays 8 per cent interest on time deposits. C. S. Hefferlin, Cashier. Furnished Rooms. Mrs. Imo has just completed a new and comfortable lodging house on B street and has fourteen large, airy and elegantly furnished rooms for lodgers. Roomers will find her accommodations most desirable, everything being new neat and clean. 10-17-lm to at to at at a of &ÂMN0 POWDER Absolutely Pure. F. S. Webster & Go., Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. A cream of tartar I,akin- powder all in leavening stren-th l ».-, V ment Food Report. 1 Hi-heet of S. Oovern Refebenoes: ' ?? t . iona . 1 P ^ k , Hftnl f' n , / Livingston National Bank J. A. BROWN & CO. OFI.HRs IN gsi Duo-gists Sundries, Patent Medicines & Toilet Goods. I^-Prescriptionts carefulR compounded. Main Street, Between Calander and Lew is Streets. Bros. Lumber Co., LIVINGSTON, 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 office, which win oc livered prompt!} and in any quantity. It is the liest coal in the market, proved by analysis any. Give it a trial. be dc ilysis and as cheap nel as I. ORSCHEL & BRO., for Fall wi Mr Wear Nov Cools L\ EVERY DEPARTMENT. For Fall and Winter Wear we are prepared to show the largest and moat complete stock ever shown in our line in Park County. —NOVELTIES IN — --j READY MADE SUITS,}* _ J READY MADE OVERCOATS, }>- --j CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, }*- --UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, SUIT- f*-- _J INGS, BOOTS, SHOES, }*- -*1 TRUSERINGS. }* 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 ( Jnaranteed. _A FI LL AND COMPLETE LINE OF BURT & PACKARD Gent's Fine Shoes, Always on Hand. I. ORSCHEL & BRO., Main Street, - Livingston, Mont. HOOPES & EATON Risks Bafely placed at the regular rates and in the best Companies, it costs no more to insure in a company that will pay you full for your loss than it does in a company that will pay you from 30 to 40 per cent, of said loss. Remember value Life and Accident Insurance. mining stock. Do on want to buy Mining Stock in Castle, Cooke City, Bear Gulch, Emigrant * ^°Gu Ich Mill Creek or the Boulder? Have you Mining Stock for sale. REAL ESTATE. ^ „»tn«.ll # Do you want to buy? Do you want to build? Do you want to sen. j * Do you want to loan money? Do you want to borrow money? If yon want any of these call and see us. HOOPES &o EATON, OKSCUEI. BLOCK, - - UVINCSTON, MONTANA.