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LIVINGSTON. MONTANA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1H95J. PRICK 10 CENTS. Jivm(|.fft«n (fntrvpvisc, ;,V,VOSTOX. HO. H. WRIGHT. .MONTANA. Publisher. sVTL'KHAV. DECEMBER 3. IS!«. -PaVaIM.K IN All' 10 cents per line eacl G. R. WELL*. M. D„ unity l'l mi No. : tlVINO-T" if Park i 'on aria Hotel, Month it. I'oolfMAN, ATTOliNE Y-AT-I.AW pi .it i ice in all the ctutrt »1 to a ; .-late anti ininihe law. In llefferlin block. Koom make collection» l>ecial attention 1HAK1.E> tappan -SURVEYOR.-- , iv 1 sitedState» MineeaeSurveyoi:. ir Entevt»ri»e Block, Livinusto a M p. KELLY, m'UHNEY AT LAW AND NUTARY PUBLIC. Office In Orschel Block, LiviMisTON. Mont. Main street. J 1V1N1.STON watekwohks AND ELECTRIC uMPANY. ice in Realty OH,l »tl'eet«. Offil building, e hours, ! corner Park and Sec a. m. to 3 p. m. Au. «'a Runt« Must be Raid at office. ^yAI.TLK i.noDALL, RESIDENT AGENT SUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, THE BUNGALOW. UVIXGSTON, 1ALBHAITH «V FULLER, MONTANA. -ARCHITECTS, Ik in Realty Company's Building, corne Park ami Second streets. KINGSTON, - MONTA riVINGSTON Co-operative Building and Loan Association Prest , s. M. Nye. Sec. E. H. Talcott. Vice-Pres't, 1). Shout. eae. M. H. Lashohn. Attorney A. J. Campbell Regular meetings on the fourth Monday lag of each month, at W Calendar street. w. C.sEHLBKEDE DENTIST Special attention sriven to the preservation of tlie natural teeth. Uffice in Miles building, Main St., Livingston. RAVAGE A DAY, Attorneys at Law and Notaries Public. Monov Loaned oil longtime on real and ]ier»oiial property. Office in Miles Blocs, Livingston. K 1). ALTON, SI. D. W. H. CAMPBELL, M.D. I'liyaitilian» and .Surgeons. .-orner Main and Park streets, over Na tional Park Bank, Livingston. '. SMITH- -ATTORNEY AT LAW. -Office: Room ti, llefferlin Block.- LlVINoSToN, Montana. W L. SHAWK, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, -Sec. U. s. Board, Pension Surgeons. frt'i:: Rooms 7 and 8, Second Floor, New Ilef iriin Block, Mum street, Livingston, Mont. hofes-iona) calli •f. Office hours •wo lo p. m. promptly answered from 8 to 13 a. m-, 1 to 5 p. m. Livingston Assay Office. fnUsndSdver... SI CO Copper........$! 50 : If**-.. 10(1 Tin........ 5 00 5«,8llver A Lead 3 00 Coal.............. 3 00 Waiitative i naivete .........$ 5 00 to #15 00 vdntitutiv ■ Analysis............ 10 00 to 35 00 fit complete price list, address Harvey L. Glenn, Livingston, Montana. A gold watch, a GOLD RING, A GOLD BROOCH, '.'.Whii'J ill tlie Jewelry Line is more appro ^te for t , hristmas present thaip anything ' ** ,, t can lind tlie handsomest designs in watches and jewelry, at H. J. DIXON'S, Bo TIMBER. MONTANA. W.H.Philbrick, - (fC, - AND EXPRESS LINE Front of Wetzstein's, on Main iif 61. Leave your orders on slate. Uhlers Attended to Promptly. I fatally shot. Cliurle» It It tt>ii) Kitt» I liniiiuH Gavin In hii A lte eullon Over tile Kefoatil ..I « *0 Loan. Three or four pistol shots in rapid succession about midnight Thursday, on Main street and directly in front of White A Ransom's saloon, started those of our citizens who had not retired for the night, and tell the story of another life sacrificed to satisfy a spirit of re venge or to requite some real or fancied injury. To the crowd that quickly col lected the spectacle was presented of the self-appointed executioner, Charles Bloom, standing near the edge of the sidewalk and in the act of putting a still smoking revolver in his hip pocket, while his victim, Tommy Gavin, was staggering to the interior of the saloon, with the statement that he had been shot. Friends quickly gathered around the wounded man who was placed upon a chair and Dr. Alton, who chanced to be just across the street in Mercer's res taurant, was summoned. Upon the ar rival of Dr. Alton he requested that the wounded man be placed in a lying pos ture. Gavin was then conveyed to the club rnoms on the second Hoor, and aged fathei tion showed o to It summoned. An examina- i or one bullet had taken ! effect in the left .eg and another, which ! four hours later proved -fatal, entered * the back just above the hip and two ! and three-fourths inches to the right of the spine, ranging inward and upward. | County Attorney-elect Miller was also j sent for an.l took the dying man's state-, ment which in substance is as follows: ■ I was at the bar and Charles Bloom | came and asked me for £5. 1 told him I j did not have it, showed him £1 and offered him that. He called me a -. I told him I was not. Stepped outside the bar. He hit me in the mouth. I went to hit him back. He clinched me and we fell back and he shot me. Bloom struck me first and I I was not arm went to protect myself, ed in any way, and I don't know w he struck me. . S After signing his dying statement the ; wounded man lingered until 4 o'clock yesterday morning, and, although real- i izing that he was fatally injured, resist- : ed death with all the vitality of a natur-1 ally robust constitution and vigorous faculties. He died at exactly 4 o'clock ; in the presence of his aged father and j surrounded by a large circle of sympa- : thizing friends. After his death the j , , -, body was removed to his late residence j on lower Second street, where it was prepared tor burial and the funeral which will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the fnmil • residence. Directly after the sho- ting Gavin's I slayer, Charles Blootn, crossed the street and stood in the doorway of P. W. Mc Donnell's saloon, where he was subse quently arrested by Sheriff Templeton and placed in jail to await a preliminary examination set for yesterday afternoon. Among witnesses subpwnaed for the state are Lee G. Billings, George W. Allen, C. W. Ritter, A. McMillen, George Germeyer, Al. Harrison, Douglas A. Flint, E. J. Keeney, Thos. Newcomb, Jack Dunn, David Roberts, W. G. Sin gleton, John Skillin, Win. Mitchell and Ben Ransom. It appears from the statement of some of these witnesses that after coming from behind the bar Gavin had followed Bloom to the door for the evident pur pose of ejecting him when Bloom struck the first blow. This was followed by a knockdown blow from the murdered man, when both men clinched and strug gled to the street, where the fatal shot was tired. T. F. Gavin, the deceased, had been a resident of Livingston about three years. He was first employed as a waiter in the restaurant of 11. B. Morris, and subse quently upon the election of P. W. Nel son as marshal and his retirement from Frank White's, Gavin succeeded him as bartender there. After accepting this position he sent for his father and in valid sister, and established a residence here, which he maintained until the time of his death. His naturally genial disposition, strict attention to business, and gentlemanly demeauor had won for him a large circle of friends who deeply deplore the sad occurrence which rob bed him of life and removed a kind friend, au affectionate and devoted son and brother. Charles Bloom, his slayer, has also been a resident of this city about three years. He was at one time proprietor of the Log Cabin saloon on Clark street. Since his retirement from that business he has ostensibly been engaged in gam bling, making his headquarters in the Bad Lands on lower B street. Indigna tion against him ran high and during the excitement threats of lynching were indulged in, but better counsel prevailed and, notwithstanding the feeliDg that justice has sometimes gone astray and been defeated by a mistaken sympathy for criminals, the law will be permitted to take its course. Yesterday morning Marshal Johnson went before Justice Lepley and made formal complaint against Charles Bloom for murder. A warrant, was issued and Bloom was arraigned to plead at 2 o clock, but took twenty-four hours, the time prescribed by statute, and refused to enter a plea at that time. KKI> LOIMiK NEWS. I From the Picket.] •John Hogan says there is no truth in the report that he is an applicant for the position of under sheriff and that he does not want the job. He expects to go in the sheep business with his broth ers. Harney Brothers have received re turns from their wool, which was con signed to Luce & Manning of Boston. It netted them IT 1 ,, cents. They were also informed that the prize certificate which their wool took for being tlie best clip west of the Mississippi river was being framed and would be forwarded them in a short time. "It is rumored that C. L. Guy of Springdale is selected for the deputy ship at Red Lodge," says the Livingston Herald. What is the matter with the Red Lodge democrats, Mr. Con row ? i There are any number of them who can ! creditably fill the position and you will ! probably hear a howl if a deputy sheriff * H imported from an outside precinct, ! True, it is none of our funeral, but a home man ought to have the position, | At 3:30 Sunday afternoon a coil train j of thirty car8 , in charge of Conductor Woodworth and Engineer Vangent, ■ pulled out ()f this 8tat i on . When about | tW o miles this side of Wilsey station one j of the cilr8 broke down, and as a result sixteen cars were derailed and piled up in a heap, but fortunately no one was injured. A wrecking crew from the main line came up to clear the track, but the passenger train due here at noon Monday was not able to get through un til 9 o'clock in the evening. As near as CRn be ascertained it was one of those unavoidable accidents for which no one was to blame. W. R. Hall has just received returns from the silver-lead ore recently shipped to the Omaha reduction works from the Northwestern mine in the Sunlight country, which has been frequently spoken of in these columns. Fourteen hundred pounds of ore was shipped, S ; i : ; j : , , j pay,DK lhe be \ Vy ex > ,ent |? of < ,ack,n « the ore over seventy-live miles, shipping it j , . , which netted the owners £144.49, after of by rail to Omaha and paying drayage and smelting charges. The ore was not sorted, either, but was right from the face of the lead. This would make the ore yield the owners about £200 per ton net, which demonstrates that the North western is a bonanza. The owners are John Weaver, W. R. Hall, George Hub bard and "Dad" Hughes. Financial Kcpnrt Of the school districts in Park coun ty, Montana, for the year ending Au gust 31, 1892: HKCEIPTS. Caeli on lianil \ugu»t3l, ISill.........# ».ml m Amount apportioned to districts during the year............................... 19, «94 29 Raised by special tux.................... 8/483 OP Amount received from sale of bonus____ 25,972 Î5 payments. For teachers* wages.....................$17,143 Htj For School houses, Jcc.................. 2ti,iM)2 44 Incidental expenses..................... 2,841 37 Interest on bonded debt.............. 1,455 uo Amount remaining on hand at the close ot the year, August 31, 18t»2...........$l3,03h 57 Amount on hand unapportioned........ 405 93 STATISTICAL. Number of districts, 34. Number of districts having houses, 31. Number of districts not having houses, 3. Number of children between the ages of si x and twenty-one. 1,754. Pi h ate schools. 3. Number of teachers licensed, 27. Number graduates of Normal schools, 5. Number of children atenuing school during the year, 1,420. Average daily attendance, 958. Whole number of days of attendance, 132,859. W. ole number of days taught, 3,290. Number of visits to schools by superintend ent ; 51. Number of miles traveled, 1,252. Value of schoolhouses and sites, $58,575 00. Number of chi'dren between the ages of four and twenty-one, 2,142: male. 1,107; female, 1,035. Number of children under four years, 810; male, 415: female, 871. W'ages paid teachers while attending county teachers' institute. $201 51. Number of children between eight and four teen, 1,407. Number of children who attended school for at least twelve weeks, l,u75. _____^____ CASTLE CFLLINGS. [From the Tribune.] H. H. Ash came in from Independence to remove his household goods to near Livingston where lie will reside for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Young departed for Livingston Thanksgiving day, where Mrs. Young will spend several weeks visiting among friends. The Iron Chief Mining Co. held their annual election on Monday and elected the following officers: Geo. H. Wilson, president; Kenry Kertz, vice president and treasurer; A. L. Wennestrom. sec retary; Win. Thompson and Sam Smith trustees. H. J. Rowe, yesterday bought tlie Cas tie Mercantile company stock and that of Hewlett Stoll & company and will open out Monday a line line of groceries, fruits and confectionery, and will add other staple goods to make his stock complete. I Harriet Court Walter E. Wright et al. vs. Allan K. Joy et al. Defendants given until De cern lier '20th in which to file answer. The State of Montana vs. John Hayes; grand larceny; time for sentence extend ed until November 26th. Pearl M. Kavanaugh vs. Arthur F. Kavanuugh; decree of divorce granted. In tiie matter of the estate of James R. Dilworth, deceased. The final ac count of the administratrix allowed, ap proved and confirmed, and ordered that the distribution bo made to the heirs of the deceased and that the partial distri- | bution of personal property heretofore ; w made is approved and allowed. In tlie matter of the estate and guar diunship of John B. Dilworth and Thom- < us B. Dilworth, minors. Ordered that A. B. Dilworth be appointed guurdian uf the persons and estates of John B. i Dilworth and 1 homas B. Dilworth, mi- eH8 the iho State of Montana vs. Charles H Northrup; murder; tried by jury 1 nors, and that letters of guardianship of the persons and estates of said minors be issued to said A. B. Dilworth upon lier giving bond to each of said minors in the sum of £10,000. The State of Montana vs. James Mal loy; murder; case continued for the te> m. and failure to agree upon verdict. In the matter of the application of Robert M. Mundeville and Harry W. 1 Dyoi to become citizens of the United States. Upon due proof applicants were admitted and declared citizens of the the United States of America. J. H. Harris vs. R. L. Patton. J. W. Patton appointed guardian ad litem and defendant given ton days in which to for tile answer. Butte Wholesale Meat Market vs. Preble & Co. Decree by default and judgment for plaintiff for £71.34 and cos l® Robert Livingston vs. William M. Kearns. Defendant withdraws demur rer and is given 3d days m which to file answer. • W. V. Fisher vs. Daniel Hogan et al. Defendants withdraw demurrer and file ] answer and plaintiff given 30 days in which to tile replication. A. P. Ross vs. K. C. Thomas. Default of defendant entered for want of an swer. John F. Smith vs. Albert Cook. Plain tiff withdraws demurrer to defendant's answer and is given 30 days in which to A file replication. John Brown et al. vs. The Vinnedge Mining Co. Defendant given 30 days to tile amended answer. A. J. Hume vs. T. S. Ash et al. De fendants withdraw demurrer and given 30 days in which to file answer. L. F. Lundeen vs. Livingston Electric Light Co. Defendant withdraws de tnurrer and given 30 days in which to file answer. John F. Smith vs. Albert Cook et al. Defendants withdraw demurrer and ! given 30 days in which to tile answer. 1 Catherine Prewett vs. W. II. Prewett. ! Defendant withdraws demurrer nnd given 30 days in widen to file answer. Mary Gillen et al. vs. Edwin Patterson et al. Plaintiffs dismiss suit without prejudice. Thomas J. Riste et al. vs. Robert L. j Morton et al. Hearing on statement on motion for new trial continued until next term. Carrie L. Healey et al. vs. Hidden Treasure Mining Co. Hearing on state ment on motion for new trial continued until next term. Estella H. Provin vs. A. W. Chnd bourn. Hearing on statement on motion for new trial continued until next term. I The State of Montana vs. James Mai in tlie sum of ; J loy. Upon defendant's petition for writ of habeas corpus, ordered that defend ant be admitted to bail £5,000. Harry Gassert vs. M. M. Black et ni. i Findings of the jury adopted by the i court. j The State of Montana vs. John Hayes; larceny. Defendant's motion for arrest - of judgment sustained and defendant ordered held in £300 bail to await fur- j ther action of county attorney. ; In the matter of the estate of John S. ! Jones, deceased. Herman Loeber ap- j pointed one of the appraisers in the ; place of Henry Kaiser. Gordon Bros.' Lumber Co. vs. Gros venor W. Barry. Judgment for plain tiff for £570 and costs of suit, aud order ed that decree of foreclosure be drawn in accordance therewith. K**hI L»uie amt Mining Traiiilrra. ., „ I Northern Pacific R.R. Co. to William L C. Simpson, lot 22, block 21, Livingston; £93. D. Hogan to L. Johnson, lots 1, 2, block 11, Yellowstone addition to Big Timber; £100. William D. Stewart to Peter Murpliy, one-half interest in the Silver Treasure quartz lode. New World district; £200. Thomas McKeever to Adam Horn ung and Marie Hornung, one-eighth in terest in the Little Darling quartz lode, New World district; £500. Daniel McLaughlin and Hannah Mc Laughlin to Truman Jackson, lot 30, block 111, Livingston; £950. Alexander Borland to James Healey, one-sixth interest in the Juniper quartz lode. New World district; £100. William D. Stewart to Mrs. Peter Murphy. one-fourth interest in the Blue Bird quartz lode. New World district; 8100. George F. Hudson et al. to R. C. Lane, j three-fourths interest in the Accident, Grand View, Royal Arch, Boulder dis rnct. | Emanuel Ooughnour et ux. to Arthui L. ; w . Miles, lots 1, 2, block 79. Livingston, as Martin Rnnmael to Michael W. Fitz j ^ornld, one-half interest in tlie Gulden < bite, Grand Review. Castle, Golden , stairs and Jacob Ladder, New World j district; £306. 1 i United States to Frank Bender,south eH8 t quarter section 18, township 2, south of range 9 east; 100 acres. j by Samuel Bundock to E. C. Day, one third interest in the Susquehanna quartz lode, one-fourth interest in the Genesee quartz lode, one-fourth interest in the Genesee mill site, one fourth interest in the Pennsylvania quartz lode anil one fourth interest in the Pennsylvania mill H de, all in the New World district; £700. * 1 HEKEKKLIV* lll'KIU IIIMNK I'luy mi**» Formally il* Flegv«iit N*»\v Opened l»y the illtoilll C'HIIprtliy. The form I dedication of llefferlin 's opera house to the purposes of opera by the Calhoun Opera company the past J. week has beer a decided success, music ally, socially and financially. The selection of the Calhoun company for the initial performances was a wise one, as the company is one especially adapted to such purposes both on ac count of the popular character of their repertoire, and the admirable manner of presentation of their selections. The company, while not large, is well bal- \ anced as to their voices and acting, anil the orchestra is especially fine consider- I ing its size. Nought but words of com inondation for them has been heard. i ] On arrival the management changed the programme slightly, making the ! opening opera Said Pasha, instead of I Boccacio, originally announced. The i presentation on Wednesday evening of J I this bright and popular opera, was at- I tended by a packed house. The and ence was in keeping with the occasion. A more brilliant scene has not been wit nessed here. The ladies of Livingston vied with each other ns to beauty anil radiance, and many an opera costume or ! wedding gown was brough forth from i its hiding to display its elegance in com- i petition with more recent creations of ! the milliner's hand. The sparkle of jewels, waving of fans and the merry hum of conversation, was a fitting greet ing to the sparkling overture that in the, to be, enacted opera. The curtain ! rose displaying a scene of oriental splen 1 dor representing the Pasha's palace in ! Constantinople. The plot is not very elaborate and contains in the first act eluded some of the choicest motifs of j the love affair of the Pasha's daughter with Hassan Bey, commander of the body guard, the efforts of the father to prevent tlie match and the disguise of j the daughter as a sailor, in which clinr acter she joins the Pasha's expedition to , India. The second act represents the i Rajah's palace in India and the tableau of tlie sleep-walking queen brought forth loud applause. Mr. Thompson as , Said Pasha, was Buffering from a se- , vere cold, but in spite of it, gave a pleas , ing representi^ion of that monarch, Miss Millard as Serena and Miss Cal- j I houn as tlie Rajah's queen were be j witching and sang their parts delight-1 fully. The musical feuture was the sing ing of the tenor part by Mr. Pache in of ; the character of the Mexican adventurer J in search of his ideal beauty. But Said i Pasha is more comedy than opera anil i this feature was most carefully developed i j by Messrs. Flint and Calhoun as lladad. j an adventurer, and Nock, who assumed j - to be an idiot, and i Miss Nellie Hartley, | the awful sister of the Rajah. The act- j j ing of these gentlemen and lady wus ; something long to be remembered by S. ! those who witnessed it. j On Thursday night, the old favorite ; of Fatinitza was presented. In this the I ICttlUlUD Ul IUO CVCUUIR WOTU 111« HUI1LT I L It is My Native Land" by Mr. Pache and the p.tinitza polka trio in the last act company was given an opportunity to display its musical ability and right well did it accomplish the task set before it. The bright, but difficult music was ren dered with a degree of fullness and ac curacy that would do credit to a larger and more pretentious company. The features of the evening were the song j 2, in by Misses Calhoun and Millard and Mr. Pache. Mr. Flint nmde an exceeding ingly good Russian general,; and an op portunity whs given to hear his magnifi cent bass to better advantage than on the previous evening. The comedy part was in the hands of Mr. Calhoun, who repeated his previous success. Some very clever dancing was done during the performance by Master Mayo. The audience was perhaps larger than on the previous evening. Last evening Boccacio was given. •AUK SKRRKaimX Flllllu»lM»tl«- >1 fell ■ io|E I.fkImIhIIüii lor I *n*|>«»rtHl i A large number of the citizens of Liv ingston assembled at the rooms of the Livingston club Monday evening in re sponse to announcement in last week's En'tkrprisk that a meeting would be held for the j urpose of taking action j with reference to the pending segrega tion bill, calculated to permit railroad construction to Cooke. An organization was effected by the election of George L. Carey ns chairman and H. C. Ostien as secretary. The object of the meeting j was announced, aft« r which Alvin P. Vinnedge was called upon and gave a , statement showing the status of the seg j rogation bill urged at the last session of 1 congress, which v as passed by the sen - ate and was pending in the house at the date of adjournment. He was followed j by Messrs-. J. A. Savage, Maurice Roth and others. A motion then was made by J. E. Swindlehurt that the meeting select a committee of three to go to Washington in the interest of the pend ing bill. The motion was adopted and ■ Judge J. A. Savage, J. R. King and A. P. Vinnedge were unanimously chosen as such committee, and subsequently Dr. * ** ~ ---- .... Subscriptions to expenses of the J. M. Emrick of Chicago, who is largely interested in the Cooke district, was se lected as an honorary member of the committee and the secretary instructed to notify him of such appointment. a fund to defray the lelegates were asked for, and a committee of three, consisting of J. E. Swindlehurst, A. Krieger and A. J. Campbell, appointed by the chair to secure the needed funds. The chair man was also, upon motion of E. C. Day, instructed to appoint at as early a date as possible, a committee of seven to look after the interests of Park county in the next state legislature. On motion of H. \ C. Ostien George L. Cary was named as one of the members of such committee, I after which the meeting adjourned, — - i r iin- Nnriiirup r»i*e. The trial of Charles Northrup for the ! niuider ^ ardtd Durgun near lion on I b ' tb da - v kl8t keptembor which i " HH * n Regress at ,he time of going to J I ,reBB J HS * wt "ek, resulted in a disagree I nient t * 1B J"T ! "J' 00 courts instructions, Evidence in the case was closed Friday afternoon. The coun sel for tlie defense and prosecution oc cupied the attention of, the court and jury from that tune until Saturday noon with an exhaustive review of tlie testi i wh,ch were voluminous, were read to i tl,e i"'*- The J ur >' then retlred nnd U P ! to m,dn, K ht ' when lm adjournment of court was necessary to permit Judge Henry to reach Whits Sulphur Springs Monday to convene court for Meagher county, no agreement had been reached. j l *' at J lour tJ |e jurymen were sum to of moned before Judge Heary and excused from further consideration of tlie case. This will necessitate another trial of Northrup at the January term and in cur u large bill of expense for the tax payers that might have been avoided had the jury been aille »o agree upon a verdict. Reports as to tlie standing of the jury indicate that a large majority wfcre in favor of a finding of guilty, the last bal lot, it is said, showing nine fn favor of to , i convict i° M and th ree fo r acquittal, New . Vear as , The following are the committees ap , pointed for the annual ball of Snowy , hange Division, O. R. C., at Hefferlin's hall, Friday evening, December 30th: j Arrangements—J. F. Barnes, Frank j half, T. J. Laughlin. Reception F. \V. Link, E in Winston, C. F. Johnson, Ed O'Rourke, A. J. Kerst ing, T. L. Bathrick, J. 11. Dunn, H. J. Wilcox, J. D. Brandenburg, C. F. Long, CT. A. Gibson. Introduction J. J. Clark, F. E. Brad i bur y t j. A. Henley, D. Olin, W.J. Smith, j F E ' Adams, L. Lister, A. A. Campbell! j E l. Woodworth T. B. Sloman W. F. | Geswender. j pioor S. W. Dodd A. Loasbv, B. B. I * T , .r n , a/uy i 'Geo^L'cart^ml JaS act S Thorngs.« * * Gogerty, S. J. Fullerton, G. W. Bodle, J. B. Oliver, H. Averill, H. Burg, B. S. Robertson, C. B. VauHousen, W. Kidd. Invitation J. D. Finn, C. A. McCune, C. B. Vaullousen, A. Loasby, A. D. Ed gar, W. M. Stewart, T. J. Laughlin, Chas. Schnedaker, W. M. Tuwhy, J. E. Sper ling, H. C. Gray. J. D. Brandenburg, J. Dorsey. J. M. Rapelje, G. F. Goodhue, C. A. Whipple. Official HouiU. The following bonds of officials elected to it. ac November 8th, 1892, have been filed the j 1<a 5 t , week : op on the on John E. Gustine, county commission er: 83,000. Sureties- John H. Martin, William E. Thompson. Maurice Roth, county commissioner, £3,000. Sureties William J. Anderson and J. A. Savage. Josie B. Duke, county superintendent of schools; £2.500. Sureties- John A. Savage and J. L. Holmes. George T. Chambers, as county com missioner appointed to succeed R. B. Briggs: £3,000. Sureties -S. M. Parks, George A. Gordon.