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The Livingston enterprise. (Livingston, Mont.) 1883-1914, March 19, 1892, Image 4

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MONTANA NEWS.
Great
Mooring
3 <ni barrel
tmiiiBsioned
i. Missoula
Falls is to have
mill to cost $50,(KH
James A. Allen lias been t
as postmaster at Thompsi
county.
'I'lie house committee on public build
ings has agreed to report favorably the
bill appropriating $150/mo for a public
building at Helena.
Commissions were sent the past week
to M. G. Maire, postmaster at Billings:
Frank J. Nesbitt, at Bozeman, and Alice
Shannon, at Red Lodge.
Harry Samuels, the five-year-old son
of Isaac Samuels of Anaconda, was fatal
ly crushed Tuesday afternoon under the
w heels of a wood wagon.
Nets Anderson, an insane Swede, com
mitted suicide Monday at Missoula by
shooting himself in the mouth, the ball
coming out at the top of his head.
The livery stable of Charlie Shinn at
Butte was destroyed by tire Wednesday
morning and Ben Irby, one of the stable
hands who was asleep in the building,
lost his life in the flames.
Commissioner Carter has approved the
survey of the south and east Ixmndaries
of the Fort Belknap Indian reservation.
He
th
tension m
the
>rth
till
state of
doned Fort
as
follows;
f* c
tjiital of
ate
norma!
täte
reform
aiso confirmed
case of John Winscott against the N
ern Pacific railroad in the Helena land
district, and holds the railroad selection
for cancelation.
The senate committee on military af
fairs has reported favorably on Colonel
Sanders' bill granting the right of way
to the Northern Pacific road through
the Fort Missoula military reservation,
with an amendment providing that the
secretary of war may, at any time when
tlie public service demands, compel tbe
railroads to take up its tracks at its own
expense.
The commissioner of the general land
office Tuesday certified t<
Montana lands in the ahai:
Ellis military reservation.
For public buildings at tbe
the state, 1.4(58 acres; for
schools, 2,564 acres; for
schools, 042 acres; for deaf and dumt
asylum, 640 acres; for a school of mines.
1,277 acres; fora permanent militia camp
ground, with the old buildings, 640 acres.
Bozeman Chronicle: B. F. Yerkes of
this city, who for a dozen years has been
connected with various papers in the
state, will start a new paper at Pony
Madison county, about April ist. B. F.
is a practical printer and starts tbe
Monitor with a guaranteed advertising
patronage that makes the paper a tinan
cial success. The Monitor will be neu
tral in politics and will lie devoted to
the interests of the rich mining and ag
riculture reigon at and near Pony. The
paper will be a seven col urn folio.
Governor Toole and secretary Rotwitt
have just put into proper shape the claim
of the state for about $7,000 against the
United States for expenses of the late
constitutional convention, that amount
being in excess of the amount appropri
ated by congress to pay the expenses of
the convention. The record includes
copies of sundry ordinances, resolutions,
etc., all of which certified and authenti
cated in due form have been sent to our
senators and Represenative Dixon, with
a request to argue an appropriation to
reimburse the state.
A.
tle
to
of
by
in
the
sate
to
the
day
cific
David Davis, confined in the Beaver
head county jail awaiting trial for the
murder of Charles Bliven, attempted su
icide Saturday. He swallowed a solu
tion containing 120 grains each of chlo
ral and bromide. Dr. Dond treated him
for nervousness and left the solution
witli the sheriff, hut the prisoner got
bold of it. When the effects of the
poisoning became apparent fellow pris
oners got alarmed and called the sheriff.
Doctors Leason and Bond were sum
moned and succeeded in saving his life.
Dnvis is fast recovering from the effects
of the dose.
Gazette: Sheriff Ramsey made
an important arrest on the 9th
i list., taking into custody C. M.
McCoy, alias J. B. Armour, alias
Geo. Barney, who is charged with
having disposed of a carload of stolen
horses in December last and the sheriff
has been on the lookout for him for some
months. According to the charge Mc
Coy loaded a car of horses at Rod Lodge,
the horses bearing brands of half a dozen
different stokmen of the reservation and
Wyoming, took them down to Dakota
and sold them to farmers. He has only
recently returned, unaware of the sus
picion directed against him and stepjied
right into the sheriff's arms.
Pasqual Antay, aged 19, and Thomas
Lavatta, aged 17 years, two Flathead
Indians, were sentenced in the district
court at Deer Lodge Monday by Judge
Durfee to five years each in the pen
itentiary, the minimum punishment for
obstructing a railway. Antay and La
vatta. while en route to Deer Lodge
about a month ago, were put off a North
ern Pacific train for not paying their
fare. In retaliation they put obstruc
tions on the track just west of Drum
mond in that county. The obstructions
consisted of a fish plate inserted between
the end of two rails and rocks piled
around it to hold it firmly in position.
It is understood that an effort will I>e
made to bave them pardoned at the end
of two years.
In speaking of the fraudulent bounty
eases of Choteau county the River Press
says: "Thirty-five indictments were
found, nearly every one Wing connected
with the crime of defrauding the state
by means uf securing certificates for
wolf and other pelts for which the state
allows a bounty. Four have been jiried,
found guilty and sentenced. They are
J. M. Wilson, Ed Burke, Peter Devaney
and Jantes M. Arneaux. The latter gets
one year, in accordance with the find
ings of the jury. John M. Wilson was
given two years and Edmund F. Burke
four years. Peter Devaney was sen
tenced for one year. Devaney, it is
claimed, was drunk at the time he com
mitted the offense and assisted but once
in the fraud as an accomplice. A par
don is to be asked for him. The cases
of Sam Dunbar, John F. Murphy and M.
S. Richards go over until next term of
court. We understand that the inten
tion is to use Murphy to convict others
before finally giving him his dose, which
will surely come. He is the principal
witness and his testimony is essential.
There are thirteen indictments against
Murphy and his bail is placed at $13,
000, which has not yet been furnished."
A Bad Cold
If not speedily relieved, may lead to serions
issues. Where there is difficulty of breath
ing. expectoration, or soreness of the throat
and bronchial tulies, with a constantly irri
tating rough, the very la-st remedy is Aver s
Cherry Pectoral. It removes the phlegm,
soothes irritation, stops coughing, and In
duces repose. As an emergent medicine,
Ayer s Cherry Pectoral should he in every
household.
"There is nothing better for coughs than
Ayer s Cherry Pectoral. I ,,se no other
preparation. —Annie ». Butler, 1C9 Pond st.,
Providence, R. I. '
suffered severely from bronchitis;
but was *
CURED BY
^ssstsstsijtsrr m -'
"Almut a year ago I took the worst cold
that ever a man had. followed by a terrible
cough. The best medical aid was of no
avail. At last I began to spit blood, when
it was supposed to be all over tfith me.
E ver>' remedy failed, till a neighbor recom
mended Ayers Cherry Pectoral. I took
half a teaspoonful of this medicine, three
times a day, regularly, anrt very 80on
began to improve. My cough left me, my
.sleep was undisturbed, my appetite re
turned my emaciated limbs gained flesh and
strength and, to-day, thanks to the Pectoral,
I am a well man/'-H. A. Bean, 28 Winter
st., Lawrence, Mass.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
PREPARED t.r •
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by all I»ruggi.u. Price $1 ; . 1 * bottle., $5.
Robert W. Lamb has been appointed
postmaster at Monarch, and Edwin J.
Doty has been named as postmaster of
the new office of Doty, Meagher county.
I he shaft of the engine of
conda mine at Butte broke again Tues
day, necessitating another shut-down of
the mine for six weeks. Most of the
employes w ill be given work in other
mines of the company.
The house committee on public build
ings has ordered a re { iort on the Helena
public building bill. It authorizes an
appropriation of $150,U00. Mr. Dixon
appealed strongly to the committee to
report the Butte bill first, or the Butte
bill alone, but the committee resolved to
report only one bill for each state, and
that where the federal necessities ap
peared to lie the greatest.
In the United States supreme court
luesday the judgment of the court
below was affirmed in favor of P.
A. Largey, Charles S. Warren. Lee Man
tle and Nick Bielenberg, in the cel
ebrated Coinmanche case, involving title
to one of tlie most valuable copper
claims in Silver Bow county. W. W.
Dixon was counsel for tlie winning side
of the case and ex-Attorney General
Garland for the other side.
I he commission sent out last summer
by Secretary Noble to investigate certain
matters regarding Indians and Indian
reservations made a report Tuesday.
They recommend the extension of the
Tongue River reservation so as to take
in a large tract on the river, and express
the conviction that 850,000 will compen
sate the fourteen or fifteen settlers who
must he removed in order to give back
to the Indians the land that was taken
from them by President Arthur's procl
amation throw ing tlie land open to set
tlement.
the \na
]
Journal: Action was commenced in
the United States supreme court Tues
day by J. Weinberg vs. the Northern Pa
cific railroad company. Weinberg asks
damages in tlie sum of 85,000against the
railroad company for injuries to his feel
ings in being ejected from one of the
company's trains at Clark's Fork, in
Idaho, and for 8241 for loss of time and
other expenses entailed by reason of
said ejection. Weinberg is a Chicago
traveling man, and he claims that he
had a ticket in his possession good for
transportation from Tacoma or Seattle
to Chicago at the time lie was thrown or
pushed off tiie train.
Krai Estate and Mining Transfers.
United States to Keyser Brown,south
west quarter section 34, township 7 south
of range 20 east; 100 acres.
United States to Jacob Durst, we-it
half of southwest quarter of southeast
quarter of southwest quarter and south
west quarter of southeast quarter sec
tion 34, township 8, south of range 21
east; 160 acres.
George W. Brown and Eva Brown to
Thomas K. Lee, lots 1 and 2, block 14,
Big Timber; 8900.
Thomas K. Lee to James Medley, lots
1 and 2, block 14, Big Timber; 81,000. j
Stephen Perrine to J. W. Medley, lots :
11, 12, block 24, Big Timber; 8600.
Nelson Cooper to William G. Camp |
bell one-third interest in the Maryland i
quartz lode, Boulder district; 8200. !
1 „ , i t at 1
C harles Connop to Edward L. Ma- 1
honey, lots 31, 32, block 94, Livingston; j
^
Big Timber; 8100. J
LT, „ uv „ ! „„ T w Med v I
Harvey Bliss et ux. to J. W. Medlej,.
lot 8, block 7, Big Timber; S-iUO. ^ |
F. A. Krieger to Worthy McKee, lot
26, block 46, lot 17, block 34, and lot 24, 1
,, , t ■'' • i „.®vtn j
block 44, Livingston; W». !
Anderson & Harris to Iroutman &
Winkler, lots 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, block 9,
and lot 17, block 22, Big Timber; 8315.
W. E. Anderson to Jas. W. Medley,
lots 3, 4, block 14, Big Timber; 8200.
Anderson & Harris to Samuel A.
A. Stubblefield to C. R- McKinzie, lots ,
7, 8, block 2, Boulder addition No. 2 to
Brown, lots C, 7, 8, 9, 10, block 12. Big
Timber: 8260.
Peter O. Sandelius to William P.
Dowty, lot 14, block 1, Sandelius addi
tion to Cokedale; 850.
Wilbur J. Hobbs to Montana Bismuth
Mining company, one-half interest in
Tippecanoe mining claim, Emigrant dis
trict; consideration 15, shares of Mon
tana Bismuth mining stock.
E. O. Gill to J. B. Brown, one-sixth in
terest in the J. H. Moore quartz lode,
New World district; $100.
James E. Graves to John B. Brown,
one-half interest in the Bottle placer
ground, New World district; $100.
Roltert Donagin to Isaac Orschel, one
sixth interest in the Acme quartz lode, j
New World district.
Worthy McKee to Angie C. Fowler, ;
lots 24, 25, block 34, and lot 17, block 34, ;
Livingston; $250.
Krank S. Webster and Eva A. Web
ster to Angie C. Fowler, lot 18, block 34,
Livingston; $100.
Albert B. Woolverton and Anna M.
Woolverton to Worthy McKee, lots 24,
25, block 33, Palace addition to Living
ston; $125.
Crawford Livingston to Alexander
McDonald, lot 17. block 8, Park addition
to Livingston; $125.
Alexander McDonald to Harvey &,
Co., lot 17, block 8, Park addition to
Livingston; $125.
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HEFFERLIN BROS.,
GENERAL
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
MERCHANDISE.
We Wish to Call Special Attention to our
We carry tbe largest and liest stock of LADIES', MISSES', MEN'S, BOYS', CHILDREN'S and BABIES' SHOES,
in coarse, medium and tine goods, in all tbe jiopular styles, sizes and widths.
WE ARK REPLENISHING WITH NEW HOODS Ol R DEPARTMENTS OK
Dry Coods, Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises.
•WHILE IN*
WE ARE AGENTS
FOR THE JUSTLY RENOWNED
GROCERIES .
We aim to keep supplied with the best goods the market affords.
GOLD MEDAL AND ELECTRIC LIGHT FLOUR.
WHICH PLEASES THE MOST CRITICAL.
GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
Kail Orders Given Special Attention. Goods Delivered Promptly.
Main and Calendar Sts., Livingston, Mont.
J.
of
of
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to
P.
New York Tribune: The republicans
have gained in every part of the state. It
may be said that this is a natural reaction
from that foolish epidemic of senseless
voting w hich followed tlie false charges
a b° ut the last republican congress and
] the new tariff. But tlie returns show
something more not merely a return
swing of the pendulum, but a smashing
of the democratic machines and candi
dates in democratic strongholds, which
can be attributed only to indignation of
democrats at the infamous conduct of
Hill and his tools. A moral nausea has
forced thousands of democrats to throw i
up Hill and all who are associated with
or represent or support him. The re
action in many counties reaches the pro
portions of a revolution. Republicans
are chosen where only democrats have
been elected for ten or even twenty years.
Even in Elmira, the city so long de
bauched by Hill's own methods of cor
ruption, the democratic defeat is over
whelming. The violent storm which
swept over the state made the result even
more significant, because bad weather
almost invariably costs the republican
party more votes than tlie democratic,
and yet. while in some places tlie vote
was moderate, in many others it was as
tonishingly large.
J. M. Fox, president; Otto Franc, vice
president, and Charles A. McMaster,
secretary and treasurer.
j
:
attend to business about two days before
K^ing 'J 0 *' 1 ''" . 30 T L ' ent ^ ttle « for
8a ^ e »y J. E. Ferte, Livingston; Moore
& ^^ Big Timber; C . N< Sargent, Gar
diner.
New Washington, Penn., People
a new
A few
months ago David Byers, of that place,
bought his first stock of Chamberlain's
Cough Iiemedj , He ha8 sold it all and
ordered more. He says: "It has given
the best of satisfaction. I have war
renled every bottle, aiyi have not had
one come back." 50 cent and 81.00 bot
ties for sale by J. E. Ferte, Livingston:
Moore & Co., Big Timber; C. N. Sargent,
Gardiner.
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ihe Clarks pork Bridge company has
been organized and the bridge will be I
built in the immediate future and will I
uuiii m ine immeuiau future arm v\ in
be it god-send to Red Lodge in the way I to
of securing the most of the trade from
the Bin Horn basin Fremont countv i
uie mg, norn oasin, r remont county, |
Wyoming. there IS no such word as fail l
with our business men when they start I
out on any proposition The following j
gentlemen have been selected as officers: I
KKI» LODGE NEWS.
I From tlie Picket.)
The school bonds of school district No.
21 have been sold at par. This speaks
volumes for the school district and its
efficient directors. i ■
Samuel C. Hunter came in from Horr
Wednesday. He stated to us that he
was working two hundred men on full
time in his mines and expected to put on
more in a short time.
Dr. A. C. McClanahan has been ap
pointed an examining surgeon for the
pension bureau at Red Lodge, by Geo.
B. Raum, the commissioner of pensions.
This will enable all those who wish to
apply for pensions to be examined and
not be compelled to go to some other
town to be inspected.
A Kemarkaltle Cure of Klieuinatiaiii.
Mess. Cage and Sherman, of Alexan
der, Texas, write US regarding a remark- j
able cure of rheumatism there as follows:
"The wife of Mr. Wm. Pruitt, the Post
master here, had been bed ridden with
rlieu matism for several years. She could
get nothing to do her any good. We
sold her a bottle of Chamberlin's Pain
Balm and she was completely cured by
its use. We refer any one to her to
verify this statement." 50 cent bottles
for sale by J. E. Ferte, Livingston;
Moore it Co., Big Timber; C. N. Sargent,
Gardiner.
La Grippe SucreNSfully Treated.
"I have just recovered from a second
attack of the grip this year," says Mr.
Jas. O. Jones, pobhsher of the Leader,
Mexia, Texas. "In the latter case I used
Chamberlin's Cough Remedy, and I
think with considerable success, only be
ing in bed a little over two days, against
ten days for the first attack. The second
attack I am satisfied would have been
as bad as the first but for the use of this
remedy, as I had to go to bed in about
six hours after being 'struck' with it,
while in the first case I was able to
in
of
for
on
and
fith
tlie
by
the
sum
trict
state
this
one
New Washington, Penn., Peopl*
^ re no ^ s ] ow about taking hold of ;
thing, if the article has merit. A
A'
court
of
Maty
tile
the
ants.
the
"August
Flower"
How does he feel ?—He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed
in-the-wool, eternal blue, and he
makes everybody feel the same way
—August Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel?—He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stant, but sometimes excruciating—
August Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel?—He feels a
y ioleut hiccoughing or jumping of
Î " Dörnach after a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
♦La d ° r dnmk—August Flower
the Remedy.
., How , do , e ® ho feel ?—He feels
the gradual decay of vital power
he feels miserable, melancholy
hopeless and longs for death and
peace-August Flower the Rem
eay.
How does hefeöl ?—Hefeek
meal that S ^
Rem 1 Lly! lk ~ AUffU8t: Flower the
G. a GREEN, Sole Manufacturer, *
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
i
D'n
ISSOH'TION OK CO PARTNERSHIP
stiiii heretofore existing between Charles II.
.Mohr anil William Grabow, limier the tirm nano
of Mohr Grabow, has been dissolved by mutual
consent. Mr. (irahow retire g from the business.
All hills (»vino by said firm will he paid by ('has
II. Molir, to w hom all accounts due the late firm
tnlist also be paid Chaules H Moiih,
William Gkabow.
Livingston, Mont , March 5, 1892.
list pub. March 12.1892.)
ward.
ha-.e
jf the
s will
N OTR E is HEREBY RIVEN that ell the sec
ond Monday of April, 1N92. (April lltlii, an
election will lie held in the city of Livingston,
Park county, stale of .Montana, for the purpose
of electing the following officers for said city, to
wit: One mayor, one city marshal, one city at
torney. for one jeir (to fill vacancy), one aider
man for the First ward, one alderman for the
Second ward, one alderman for the Third
Tiie places of votinu for the several wards
been designated as follows, to wit: First
Carroll's livery stable: Second ward, oil ce i
city clerk; Third ward, Fow lie's hull. Pol!
lie open a' 8 o'clock a. in., and remain open mi
til ti o'clock p. in. of said (lav.
Dated March 2nd, 1892.
A. J. O MVItELL, City Clerk.
1st pub. March 5, 1892.)
A Lumberman's Rendezvous
This term might lie applied to Stevens Point, lo
cated on the Wisconsin ( entrai Lines, at the gate
way to the vast forest reigon which extends
North to l.ake Superior, a distance of 2*Kl miles
without a break, on account of its vast lumber in
terests. I he Wisconsin River to which tlie turn
hermen have given the familiar and somew hat
affectionate title of "Old Wiscons." not alone acts
as a lumber feeder to the city by furnishing
through its numerous tributaries an outlet for
thousands of acres of pine in tlie upper country,
but it furuislies a water power that is second only
to that of Neenab and Menaslia, w hich cities are
also located on the "Central. ' Millions of feet
of lumber are cut every year, giving empcivim nt
to hundreds of men. In addition to ti.'' lumber
trade, it lias numerous other manufactories: it is
here w here the large car shops of Hie Wisconsin
Central Lines are located.
For tickets, maps, pamphlets and full informa
tion apply to R. F. McNeill C. I' & T. A., Minne
apolis Minn., or to .las. C Pond, Renerai Passen
ger and Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111.
4 LIAS SIM MON- N<>. IßT. -In the district
court, of the Sixth Judicial district of tlie
state of Montana, lu and for the county of Park.
Sarah J. Goar, plaintiff, against S. II II. Roar,
defendant.
The state of Montana sends greeting to the
above named defendant. You are hereby re
qiiired to appear in an action brought against
you bv the above named plaintiff, in the district
court of the Sixtti .Judicial di.-tri t of th" state of
Montana, in and for said county of Park, ami to
answer the complaint filed therein, within ten
days (exclusive of the day of service) after the
service on you of this summons -if served w ith n I
this county : or if served out of this county lmt ,
in this district, then within twenty days: other- j
wise within forty days or judgment by default I
w ill tie taken against you, according to tiie prayer !
of said complaint. The said action is brought to ,
ohtaiu a decree of this rouit to dissolve tlie!
bonds of matrimonv existing between plaintiff I
and defendant, upon the grounds of desertion :
""d abandonment; and that plaintiff have such
1411,1 fllrt,l " r r** 11 *' 1 i,e * ">".v he just and j
oqilit!1 | )le ae vviil more f„n v appear by reference
to the complaint on file herein. And you are j
hereby notified that if you fail to appear and
ani '"*' r tllH »u>< 1 complaint, as above required,
tlle sait , pi aintifI „m to the court for the
relief demanded in said complaint,
Riven under my hand and the seal of the (lis- I
'Ji^^fM.i'ntana. in and
this loth (lay ot March, ill the year of our Lord,
me thuiiei
Hear]
W. II. P
nd
ight hundred and ninetv-tvv(
OH LA X Do EMMONS, Clerk.
dyJ-ME* A. Bau EY, Deputy Clerk.
Kidman, Plaintiff's Attorney.
First pu dished March 12
LIAS SI MMONS NO
I n t he district
.
\ court, of the sixth Judicial district of th
j state of Montana, in and for the county of Park
Hugo J. Hoppe, plaintiff, against Carroll T.
Hol. art and William II. Armstrong, defendants.
The state of Montana sends greeting to tiie
above named defendants You are hereby re
quir'd to appear in an action brought against
yon by tlie above named plaintiff, in the district
court of the Sixtli Judicial district of the state of
Montana, in and for said county of Park, and to
answer tlie complaint filed therein, within ten
days (exclusive of the day of service! after the
service on you of this summons- if served within
this county: or if served out of this county but ,
in this district, then within twenty days: other- !
wise within forty days— or judgment liy default
will be taken against you, according to tlie prayer
of said complaint Tli • said action is brought to
recover the sum of eleven hundred and thirty
eight and 97 llX) dollats, alleged to lie due for
work and labor performed by plaintiff as agent
for defendants as per contract entered into on or
about the first day of October, 1885, and for
money paid out for ta'.es for defendants for the
years of 1884, 1885, 18 . 89 , 1887. 1888, 1889, 1890 a d
1891, and for money expended for improvements
on lands of defendants during years of 1887, 188,8
and 1889, and money loaned defendants on the
fith day of January, 1889, and for costs of thi
action, as will more fully appear by reference to
tlie complaint on file herein. And you are here
by notified that if you fail to appear and answer
the said complaint, as above required, the said
plaintiff will take judgment against you for said
sum of $1,138.97 and costs of suit.
Given under my hand and the seal of the dis
trict court of the Sixtli Judicial district of the
state of Montana, iu and for said county of Park,
this 10th day of March, in the year of'our Lord,
one thousand eight hundred and ninety two.
[seal] OltLAXDO EMMONS, Clerk.
By James A. Bailey, Deputy Clerk.
A. J. Campbell, Plaintiff s Attorney.
First published March 12, 1Ö92.
A'
LIAS SUMMONS, FOKKCLOSIKE OF
.MORTGAGE.—NO. 045. In ths (listiict
court of tlis sixtli Judicial district of the state
of Montana, in and for th- county of Park.
Livingston Co oneratr.e Building ami Loan asso
ciation, jilaint iT, acainst Stephen S. Ritody and
Maty J. Rhoily, Wm. A. Gordon and George A.
Gordon, doing I. usinées as Gordon Brothers:
Charles H. stelih ns, Ch tries Angus and it. T.
Smith., statutory trustees of tiie Carver Mercan
tile comparu-, and tlie National Park hank, a cor
poration dniv organized under and by virtue of
the banking laws of the Cnited Mates, defend
ants.
The state of Montana sends greeting to |
the above named defend -n*« You are h >reby j
required to appear in an action brought [
against ion by the above named plaiut.JT in tiie :
district court of the sixth judicial district of the
state of Montana, iu and for said county of Park,
and to answer the complaint tiled therein, within
ten days (exclusive of the day of service) af er
the servil eon you of this summons — if served
within this county; or if served out of this
county hut in this district, then within twenty
days otherwise within forty days—or
judgment by default will ' he taken
against you, according to the praver
of said complaint. The said action is brought to I
obtain a decree of this court for the foreclosure
of three certain mortgages d-scibed in the said !
complaint, and executed by the said Stephen s. |
Khody and Mary J. Khudv. on the 21st (lav of!
September, 1889, October 3fst, 1889, and Novem-]
her 21,1891, to secure the paymentof three certain |
bonds or obligations of the dates aforesaid, and j
far premiums and dues for fifteen shares of stock i
held by defendants Stephen S. Kliodv and Marv !
J. Khody in the association of pla ntiff, and for
taxes and insurance paid by plaintiff for defend
ants Stephen S. Khody and Mary J. Khody,
amounting in the aggregate to the sum of utne
te-n hurdr-'d, seventy-four aud 43 1 (A) dollars,
with interest thereon a't the rate of 10 per cent
oer annum fr mi Januaty 20tb, lXti-J. and for the
fur her sum of two hundred aud forty dollars at
torney's fees and costs of aet'on, that the prem
i*ea conveyed by said mortgage may lie sold and
the proceeds applied to the payment of said sums
as aforesaid, and that plaintiff ne allowed to have
possession of the premises described in the com
plaint during the pendency of this action, and
t at the sheriff of Park county be authorized by
Writ of assistance to place the plaintiff in posses
sion thereof, and in ea a e snch proceeds are not
sufficient to pa- the same, then to obtain an exe
cution against said Stephen S. Khody and Marv J.
Khody for the balance remaining dtie, aud also
that the said defendants and all persons claiming
by, through or under them may be barred and
foreclosed of ail right, title, claim, lien, equity
of redemption and interest in and to said mort
gaged premises, and for other and further relief,
as will more fnllv appear by reference to the
complaint on file* herein. And yon are hereby
notified that if you tail to appear and answer
the said complaint, as above required, the
said plaintiff will apply to the said court for tbe
relief demanded in the said complaint
Given under my hand and the seal of the dis
trict court of the sixth indicia! district of the
state of Montana, in and for said countv of Park,
this 23d dav of February, in the vear of our Lord
— •WÄ'SxsoilÄ..
By Jam* A. Bailet, Deputy Clerk.
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(lat pub. Feh. *», 189».)
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AGENCY Jor
A pamphlet of information and ab
stract of the laws, showing llow toy
S Obtain Patents, Caveats, Traded
IL Marks, Copyrights, sent free. Am
■^Address MUNN A. CO./Æ
Jgg^rjOl Brondwny.^^S
s New York.
MONEY TO LOAN
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
And All Kind* of Personal Property.
Transmitted and Tickets sol
European Points.
! Yiredeemed Pledges For Sale
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots,
Shoes and Clothing sold at half price.
The Helena Loan Office,
LOUIS WEICEL,
Corner Main and Calendar Sts., Livingston. Mont.
oim«RN
meine r.r.
CREAT
THE
CONTINENTAL ROUTE,
Passes through Wisconsin, Minnesota, North
Dakota, Manitoba, Montana,
Washington.
Main
THE DINING CAR
Dining < ars art* i
Minnea polit», W » i »
>uattiu and Portia
r**gon and
LINE.
. St. Paul.
■, Tacoma.
Pullman Sleeping Car Route.
Pullman service daily between Chicago, St.
Paul, Montana and the' Pacific Northwest: and
between St. Paul, Minneapolis and Minnesota,
Xorth Dakota and Manitoba points.
THE POPULAR LINE.
Daily
Sleepin
man Tourist
ing Cars.
xpress trains carry elegant Pullman
Cars, Dining Cars, Day Coac es, Pull
leepers ami Free Colonist Sieep
Yellowstone Park Route.
The Northern Pacific K. H. is the rail line to
Yellowstone Park : the Popular line to Californ
ia and Alaska: and its trains pass through tlie
grandest scenery of seven states.
of
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THROUGH TICKETS V
sold at all coupon
______________ s of the Northern
Pacific K. R. to points North, East, South and
M est in the l nited States and Canada.
TIME SCHEDULE.
( ISO WEST.
?xpress.....
11 :G0 a m.
10:25 p. m.
11:30 a m.
0:45 a.ill.
12:05 a . m.
Ii:40 ii.m.
0:00 a. m.
11:00 p.m.
8:30 a.m.
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No. 1, Pacific mail and
No. 53 (Fast Freight)..
No. 55 (Through Freight)...........
ai Freight.)...............
No. 01 (Butte Freight).............
DEPART —GOING) EAST.
No. 4, Atlantic mail and express____
No. 54 (Fast Freight.................
No. 50 (Through Freight)...........
No. .58(Local freight)................
Freight trains 57 and 58 carry passengers.
Park Itrancli.
No. 10.3, Cinnabar accommodation, departs
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdav at 11 :lo a.m. and
No. 105, returning, same days, arrives at8:30 p.m.
For rates, maps, time tallies or special infor
mation apply to agent, Northern Pacific R. If.
at Livingston, Mont., or
CHAS. S. FEE,
General Passenger Agent. St. Paul, Mini,
GRIFFITH & OUIMET,
BLACKSMITHING
AND WACON MAKING.
All kinds of repairing done neatly and promptly
to order. Special attention given to
Horseshoeing. Making Stock Brands and
Plow Work.
Livery and Trotting Shoeing Solicited.
Shop, lower Main Street near Billy Miles ABro,
$1,000,00 REWARD.
The above reward will he paid for the arrest
and conviction of any person or persons for
stealing, unlawfully killin<r. or defacing or alter
ing the brands of cattle or horse*» hearing the fol
lowing, and the property of the undersigned:
79
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The Montana cattle co.
The Northwest cattle co.
J. F. ROBSON
LIVERY, FEED
SALE STABLE,
-(D)
Haiing completed the equipment ot our neu
barn, we are noiv prepared co fur
nish customers with
STYLISH TURNOUTS
Of all kinds at Reasonable Rates.
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HORSES BOARDED BT THI DAT OH VEEf.
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Corner Second and Calender Sts.
LIVINGSTON. MONT.
Livingston Loan Office!
A. MALINO, Prop.
Money advanced on Personal Property.
Also Dealer in
WATCHES. DIAMONDS,
JEWELRY, CLOTH I NR,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
RENTS Fl LMSIIINR
■deemed Pledges sold at ;i big sacrifie«
Watch making and repairing
done to order.
Main Stiskkt,
Livinoston. Montana.
R.C. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Estimates Furnished on Apulication
General Jobbing Promptly Attkndkip to.—
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on Front Street, north of the Nortlu
-cific passenger depot,--
LIVINGSTON.
MONTANA
W. H, Philbrick,
DRAY AND EXPRESS LINE
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Office: Front of Wetzstein's, on Main
Street. Leave your orders on slate.
All Orders Attended to Promptly.
FRANK IRVINE.
WATCHMAKER,
And Dealer in
Electrical Appliances.
Montana. [
St.
and
James Carroll,
Livery and Sale Stable.
Horses Boardeil by theDay or Week.
Baled Hay Grain and always on hand.
to
m.
Fine Carnages, Gentle Teams and Saddle Horses
Fnrnished at Reasonable rates.
Tivoli Beer Hall
MOHR &GRAB3W, Prop's.
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Meals at all Hours.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Lodging Rooms in Connection.
KOCKY FORK COAL.
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Having secured the agency for the Rocky Fork
Coal company for this city, I am prepared to
supply customers with this desirable fuel coal in
any quantity desired.
{2T~Omce with J. O. Sax, Albemarle Annex.
CEORCE T. YOUNC.
Livingston, Oct. 1, 189(1.
a».
CURE
YOURSELFf
1 . NoH-pouonou» * and
l , n< i t *° *tPicture.
Universal America * Cur».
Manufactured by .
JTh» Evans flhaimca] (joJ
CINCINNATI, O.
u. a. a. ^
WE TELL
the
truth
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[for 1892, which tells
the whole
truth.
We illustrate and give
Eli ; h this ,c a taio!i*,
^*®TJUN© BUt THe
Write for it to-day.
r.M.FERRYtCQ.,Sjli*Mj7hl
john McLaughlin.
SECOND AND LEWIS STREETS
All kinds of Blacksmithing
promptly to order *
MBBW0B » STOWT.
done
-AT THE—
Roston One-Pric
CLOTHING HOUSE.
Call
m
Our SPRING GOODS have arrived.
see our prices on our
SPRING SUITS,
SPRING OVERCOATS
Spring Underwear,
Spring Hats in all C 0 i 0rs
SPECIAL AGENTS FOR THE
Celebrated "KNOX"
In all Co'ors and Shapes.
Hat.
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MERCHANT TAILORING
WE ARE RIGHT IN IT
SUITS Made to Order, SIS 00. $20 00
PANTS Made to Order, 00. $0 Oi
Don't MLs This Chance at the
BOSTON ONE-PRICE.
Main Street, Livingston, Montana!
G. T. CHAMBERS
1)KALI. PS IN ALL KINDS nr
H ARDWARE —
Have the largest assortment of
Heating Stoves
AND—
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RANGES
Ever brought to this city, and intending purchasers should not fail to
see them. We are now prepared to do all kinds of plumbing.
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CEO. T. CHAMBERS & CO.,
MAIN STREET, LIVINGSTON. MONTANA.
M. ROYH & CO.
Wholesale Liquors
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\ \ D .JoliliKHS l\
OIGARS-I
H. Me Bra y er, .Bond tt JJlInrd, Ilermitiiuc, 0, F,
Taylor, Watcrfil! & Frazer.
Sole Agents Tor
t&~ Dine
St ill n Z S PI ( k RIBBON I I I It.
ST.Vt HFi.BFL'G'S HAVANA l It. Alix
ALLEN A OUTER'S <TGAHK'I'lLs.
EL LEON KEY WEST < D ABs
HOFFMAN HOI SE ROI <jl ET "
Kittle goods and Cigars for Private Trail
Lowest wholesale
'rices to the tram*.
to
in
FAY RANSOM,
(Successor to FRANK WHITE.)
Billiard and Pool Parlor !|
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Elegant Bar and Fixtures,
and Cigars. Courteous
The Best brands ot Liqu»
0«*«. wmicvuB Bar Attendants. Inviting
Club Booms. Licensed Garni
liillU
Main Street,
Livingston.
PLEASURE RESORT 1
AND HOME FOR THE SICK.
HUNTER'S HOT SPRINGS !
AT MENDENHALL, MONTANA,
til nail, « ||W> ' |,; ' r '
2>2 miles irotn K|iringilule station on the N
Hagen will lie in attendance at all trains for
ithern Pacifit
'lie transfer d gin
Mails Delivered Twice Daily ai the Hotel Office.
TOWN LOTS
for reside.nee and business purposes for sale.
C. B. MENDENHALL. Owner and Propriety
E. GOUGHNOUR,
DEALER IN
mt rat'l'";
but
And all kinds of Building Material. Builders and
v V'j Pj®ase take notice that I am not in the contract business
will give them better figures than ever before, and my sli«'* 4
be more complete than can be shown by any tirm in ba-^'
Montana. Good Goods at Moderate Prices is m y nl0tt0 ' (Jlaflt.
Livingstorb" -
'•wuioini. VJOOU liOOlIt:
Second Street,
WILKIN BROTHERS,
Live Stock Dealer 6
l* j -hip 8,<?I,tÿ
DresiJu^hrmcHe sheep on commission, and make
essed fro,n Minnesota every 30 days.
■Highest Cash Price Paid for Hides, Pelts and t"*
LIVINGSTON,
MONTANA

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