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"" * ■'I hi local LAYOUT. ? ,cial -1-11 t at thf »'I r Sheaf , f fur." fi' larg , : in O' jle-srs. H-l'kii ' preparing 1" >ater. -„.regular I >• jjofn-nntv - jlontliiy g freight f New A Co. ly of ; I , ! s A Burton of this citv ! open up a saloon at K I ing J. . was given Saturday .1 house at. Horr. reived a large eonsign , A laska Tuesday. , a n Jackson has removed his . 1,0 ingston for the winter. bulletin board has been nt of Hefferlin's opera yu'-ng LKni't-' 1 I Iacen to wt cember sessi'-n of the •ommissioners will he -1 received Tuesday was York apples consigned was granted Monday ml Agnes McCartney, via Bin Lé "f this city. I Ihv (iariliner school w ill open Mon ,• fm the winter term, with Mrs. W. LtViHiani*. teacher. if. U. Morris of the Cafe Royal has rated the front of his place of busi es with a new sign. M. N'e of this city has been men if d in connection with the appoint ant of state boiler inspector. Wednesday's Cokedale train brought wn twenty-one carloads of coal and L e for shipment to Butte and Anacon Jlrs. M. M. Crooks has leased the (jforth building, corner Calendar and [streets, and is conducting it as a lodg house. \ meeting of the school board was Id at the office of District Clerk Parks nnday afternoon, but no business of lportanee was transacted. Billv Miles A Bro. are erecting a new a rehouse east of the Northern Pacific eight depot, upon the site of the old ae wrecked by the wind storm of the i'th liit. The monthly meeting of the Livings m Co-operative Building and Loan dation was held Monday evening, loan of 82000 was made to Judge Hen at Ö1 per cent. Potts A Webster have removed to new office in Hefferlin opera house Lek. The office vacated in the Miles (ink is occupied by County Attorney wt H. J. M iller. ïary Gunderson of Melville made a I va for a desert land claim before Dis 'ai'lerk Emmons Tuesday. Her writ fats were John Elliolt and J. R. Park Aith of Melville. The heating apparatus for the Hoffer opera house was put in position past week by the Helena Steam eating company, and was used at the fand opening Wednesday night. At the public examination held at the ice of County Superintendent Eva M. inter Saturday Fred Hathorn, and isses. Mabel Stevens and Nora Prew were applicants for certificates. The Stillwater Bulletin is authority the statement that C. B. Mendenhall Hunters Hot Springs, has let the con ract to an Omaha firm for a 8C.000 iron agon bridge to be built across the Yel stone at that place. The meeting announced to be held at ie office of Savage & Day Monday even !g for the purpose of reorganizing the ialectic club was postponed one week account of the railroad meeting at he rooms of the Livingston Club. Charles Van Housen and wife arrived last week from North Bend, Nebraska, locate in Livingston. They have tased the lodging house and bath rooms Mrs. E. Into, on B street, and will tomluet that establishment in future, •lames A. Bailey has filed his official J as district clerk with the state aud and also in the office of the county <*tk. The bond is for *20,000, with the following sureties: J. A. Savage, James Lxmell, T. S. Ash, Henry Frank, Alva few, George L. Carey and W. J. An <w ût.R. D. Alton, company physician °Lhe Montana division, was in Helena iwurday as a witness in the case of Pirnas Hogan vs. the Northern Pacific r *Hroad company. The action was flight by Hogan to recover damages an injury received by him while in ''f employ of the company. Uarnard Allen, one of the Btaunch Vorrats of Park county, was in the (it r Wednesday. He announces himself •candidate for the Livingston postoffice Wer the coming democratic adminis Wtion. J. K. Swiudlehurst, chairman democratic central committee, *»> announces himself as a candidate lor the office. Engineer Gillott, who came in from -V west Saturday evening, reported W he had seen the body of a man lying ^'h- the railroad track about two "•'•- from Bozeman. Superintendent ^ inn telegraphed this fact to Agent at Bozeman and that official in btnied the ; If' J «dge "fan was < ', ,k >ng for 'Win is a T. at a »ruling Sheriff-elect J. M. Con row has leased the Hoppe residence on north Third street and will shortly remove his fami ly from Mission to this city. Sheriff Templeton departed Wednes day morning for Deer Lodge with Ju lius Alexander, sentenced to one year in the penitentiary for burgalry in the sec ond degree. A marriage license was granted on Friday of last week to Gottfried Olson of Cokedale and Jennie Johnson of Liv ingston. On the same date the parties ; were joined in matrimonial V>onds at the I Congregational parsonage in this city. , Rev. W. C. Fowler officiating. ! The committee appointed to raise ! hinds to defray the expenses of a dele K H Ci°n to Washington in the interest of I l'ark segregation have succeeded in se ing about 8800. The delegates, Messrs. J. R. King, J. A. Savage and A. P. Vin nedge expect to leave Livingston earh next week. da\ of in in L. C. LaBarre came in from the Boul der district Tuesday evening where he is superintending work upon the Golden Star mine. Work upon that property is being prosecuted by a drift upon the lead, which is expected to disclose a fine body of ore, when milling operations will again be resumed. The Ladies Aid society of the Congre gational church will hold their annual fair in the basement of Hefferlin's opera house December 9th. All manner of fancy articles will bo for sale. All de sirous of purchasing Christmas presents will have ample opportunity. There will be u supper served at a very reason able rate. Saturday last Judge Henry appointed George L. Carev, John O. Sax and J. E. Gustine as juror commissioners to select a panel of petit jurors for the January term of district court. These gentle men. with District Clerk Emmons and T. H. Smith, ex-officio members of the commission, met in the office of Judge Henry on that day and completed their labors. United States Marshal Furay was an east-bound passenger on Thursday evening's express, in cha rge of Eugene Turner, sentenced to one year in the state reform school of Michigan, located at Lansing. Young Turner pleaded guilty to the charge of having robbed the postoffice in this city last summer, and was sentenced by Judge Knowles in the United States court at Helena Thursday. Fred Burslem, the gunsmith employed at the store of W. F. Sheard, sustained a painful injury Monday. He was en gaged in removing a Winchester cart ridge from a Marlin rifle. In doing this tlie gun was discharged while in a ik> sition that carried the bullet into his left leg, ploughing a deep furrow through the Hesh. Thç wound though a painful one is not serious. Drs. Alton and Campbell rendered the necessary surgi cal attention. The examination of Mrs. Maggie Dowty for the killing of Patrick Tierney at Cokedale on the 17th of November, set for 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon was postponed on account of the absence of a witness for the defense. A sub piena issued for William Dowty had been returned unserved by the officer in whose hands it had been placed. It was therefore decided by the justice to post pone a hearing for twenty days with privilege of calling it up in the meantime by agreement. A special meeting of the school board was held Thursday afternoon to consider the question of closing the schools to permit the attendance of pupils at the matinee yesterday afternoon. The trus tees, while in common with all other cit izens appreciate the advantage of the new ojiera house to Livingston and the public-spirited enterprise of its proprie tor, very properly decided that the school programme should in no manner be interfered with for the object above stated. Two checks drawn upon the National Park bank and signed by H. E. Nye were passed in this city Monday night by that individual, one for 820 having been cashed by P. W. McDonnell and one for 810 by John Lisk. Investiga tion revealed the fact that Nye had no money in the National Park bank and never had been a depositor of that insti tution. After securing the money upon the checks Nye left the city and al though telegrams have been sent by Marshal Johnson along the Northern Pacific h* has not yet been apprehen ded. He was formerly a miner in the Boulder district where he recently dis posed of property for 81,100. One of tlie enjoyable features of the engagement of the Calhoun Opera Co. in this city was the Ladies' Social Session given last evening by Livingston Lodge No. 240, B. P. O. Elks, assisted by mem bers of the opera company. A choice musical programme was rendered by members of the company, while the so cial portion of the entertainment was carefully looked after by the members of the Livingston Lodge. There were in attendance a delegation of the Helena of ter by Lodge, in addition to the invited guests from this city The entertainment was in charge of * he following officers and committee- Exalted Ruler, A. J. Camp berg A marriage license was issued Thurs- j da\ to \\ illiam Parson and Sophia Gus- j tafson, both of Cokedale. The ladies of the Columbian board for Park county held a meeting at the office of county Superintendent Eva M. Hun ter yesterday afternoon. The ice rink of George T. Young A Co., corner Park and Third streets, has been completed and is in readiness to take advantage of the first feezing weather. Sheriff Templeton returned Tuesday from Deer Lodge, whither he had con veyed Charles May. convicted of forgery and sentenced at the last term of district court to six years in the state peniten tiary. T he regular .Mother's meeting will be held at the Baptist church tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. The subject will be "Read ing and conversation." County Super intendent Eva M. Hunter will address the meeting. George T. Young has been engaged the past week in constructing a dam over tlie north channel of the Yellow - stone river, just below the Electric Light company's ditch, in order to furnish a sufficient head to insure an abundant supply of water for tlie company's canal. Saturday's Park train did not reach this city on the return trip until 4:30 Sunday morning. The delay was caused by a derailed engine at Horr. An extra engine was sent up in response to a tele gram from Conductor Gogerty and the derailed engine placed in position upon the track. Judge Henry, Miss Brunette Ballinger and W. T. Altimus started Sunday morning for White Sulphur Springs, where the regular term of district court for Meagher county was convened Monday. Miss Ballinger went as court stenographer and Mr. Altimus as a wit ness in the case of the State vs. Peler McDermott, the murder trial set for Monday. Charles Angus has executed his bond for 85,000 as county clerk and recorder, with James S. Thompson, F. A. Krieger and Herman Bauman as sureties. The bond was tendered to F. W. Wright, present county treasurer, for filing and approval, but as ins successor is so soon tobe inducted into office he deemed it but an act of courtesy that action be de ferred upon it until it could be approved by Mr. Dyer. The school census of this district as completed and reported to the county superintendent by District School Clerk S. M. Parks Wednesday shows a total population under the age of 21 years of 1070. This number is divided as follows: Between the ages of 6 and 21 290 white males; 300 white females; 3 colored males and 1 colored female. Under the age of six years 204 white males and 200 white females. J. M. Wheeloi, secretary of the Gold Quartz Mining company of the Boulder district, is in the city in the interest of that company. The Gold Quartz com pany recently purchased a Crawford ro tary mill to be placed in the Boulder district and operated upon custom ores. The machinery is now at Big Timber, from which place it will be taken to Boulder as soon as a contract is let for its transportation. Gilbert James, a young man who has been a resident of this city during the past summer, was arrested Sunday by Marshal Johnson on a charge of burg lary. The offense charged was that he entered the lodging house of W. F. Kir by, on Second street, and stole a valise filled with clothing. He was arraigned before Justice Lepley Thursday, when he had an examination, the result of which failed to satisfy the court of his guilt and he was discharged. David Kennedy is the recipient of a well-executed drawing, the work of Law rence Daly, confined in the county jail awaiting trial for forgery. The picture is finished in colored inks, and repre sents an ocean scene with an outward bound vessel in the distance. The pic ture is enclosed in a square of playing cards painted as a border, the aces of the four suits forming the corner de sign. Daly is now employed upon an other and more elaborate sketch which will be ralfled to secure spending money during his confinement. Stillwater Bulletin; On Thursday A. W. Miles, the famous hardware man of Livingston, purchased of White A Gar rigue the second lot from tlie corner of Pike avenue and Sixth street, and will at once erect a tent and remove his en tire stock of hardware and agricultural implements from ids branch store in Big Timber to this place. In the early spring Mr. Miles and White & Garrigus will commence the erection of a large two-story brick business block, the first story of which will contain two magnifi cent store rooms Hiid on tlie second ttoor will be a large hall. Probably the longest message ever re ceived through the Western Union tele on \\ st. a in a in graph office in this city was au applies- : tion in pending litigation in Meagher : county. It was originally dispatched by j messenger but failure to arrive in time ; necessitated wiring the application from j Helena. The document was sent by the ! law firm of McConnell, Clayburg A Gunn of Helena and was presented by The regular social d met Club was postponed from Thursday i sion >f the Calu- j a evening <,f this week to the 8th inst. on account of the engagement of the Cai houn opera company. Deputy United States Marshal Evans was a passenger on Monday's westbound train, on his return from Miles City, having in charge tlie Young Man Col lins charged with the murder of Reed on the Crow reservation, and Medicine Cat, an Indian, charged with killing cattle on the government reservation. New Issue: While Mr. and Mrs. A \\ . Stanton, who have recently moved ; into Mr. Tracy's house on West Lamme j st. were away from home last Saturday, i [ i j the era term loy, a sad accident befell their She and a playmate were "teter" of a plank resting horse. By the tipping of the little girl, making a m a saw saw horse of the plank fell upon her, breaking her limbs. Tlie comet which was bille 1 to appear Sunday night with its attendant mete oric shower did not put in an appear ance, much to the disappointment of many people and the scientists who oc cupied so much valuable space in the newspapers dilating upon it. The as tronomers should now be relegated along with the political prognosticators who failed to correctly predict the recent democratic landslide. Upon complaint of I. N. Daly, Ben Strickland was arrested and arraigned in Justice Lepley 's court Monday upon a charge of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to inflict bodily harm upon complainant. The offense is alleged to have been committed on Saturday last in the upper Yellowstone valley. The defendant waived examination and was held in bonds of 8tX)0 for appearance at the next term of circuit court. The bond was furnished with C. S. Hefferlin and S. L. Holliday as sureties. the sted fid Townsend Messenger: Among those who ate their Thanksgiving dinner at the Townsend house were John 1). Ran kin of St. Louis, a town in the state of Missouri, and David P. Rankin, a stock man of the Yellowstone. The former is making his first tour of Montana under the guidance of his brother Dave. If the pilgrim does not see all that is worth seeing it will not be the fault of Dave who was one of the "trail blazers" and is about as well known as any man in the state. They will go to Diamond City to day, where Dave was once a leading miner. A dwelling belonging to Frank Clark in the northeastern portion of this city was destroyed by fire Saturday forenoon. An alarm was given by the yard engine when the blaze was discovered and the fire department made an effort to reach the blaze in time to extinguish it. Owing, however, to the distance from the engine house, the tinder-like con struction of the building and the fact that the fire had gained considerable headway before an alarm was sounded, the dwelling, with its contents, was a total loss. The occupants, Mr. Little and family, barely escaped and with only the clothing upon their bodies. Tlie fire is supposed to have originated from a stovepipe. The Bozeman Chronicle is authority for the statement that construction be gan upon tlie telephone exchange for that city Thursday. Mr. Murray, the superintendent of the bell telephone company of Salt Lake, says that over *40,000 will he expended in this section of Montana. A toll line will be built from Bozeman to Livingston and from there to Big Timber, to connect the line to Fergus country. One will also be built from Bozeman to Helena, connecting with the west side circuit. Cedar poles and copper wires with the best instruments will characterize the line, and as a whole the telephone line will be a great addition to tlie business faculties of this city. Judge Knowles in the United States circuit court at Helena Monday sus tained a motion for non-suit in the case of Thomas Hogan vs. the Northern Pa cific railroad company. Hogan whs a laborer in the employ of the company at Elton station, this county, under the su pervision of P. Gogerty, a roaduiaster. Gogerty ordered Hogan to couple certain cars. Hogan said he did it against his will, for fear that he would be discharged if he refused. He said he whs not a hrakeman and that the services were ex tra hazardous and distinct from his em ployment. While attempting to make the coupling his hand was crushed. He claimed that he was crippled for life and asked for 810,000 damages. Frank Muiphy was arrested Saturday night on a warrant charging him with cheating. He deposited with John Lisa a check for 8300, signed hv himself anil drawn upon the Gallatin Valley National bank of Bozeman. After making this in let be dy It at th j deposit he used it as collateral to secure a loan of 8100 and proceeded to enjoy ; himself with the proceeds. When this amount was expended he made an at : tempt to replenish his excheque rby an : other loan, bilt Mr. Lisk's suspicions be j coming aroused he telegraphed inqury ; as to the check and received the infor j mation that Murphy had no funds in ! the Gallatin Valley bank upon which to A draw. Complaint was accordingly made by 'against him and he was arrested. He sion next Monday evening. The citv council meets in regular' tes A special train from Big limber Thursday evening brought seventy of the enterprising people of that placeaud surrounding country to witness the op era of Fatinitza as presented by the Calhoun company. Criminal cases set for trial at this term and postponed until the January term are: J. R. Ramsey, assault with attempt to commit murder: James Mal loy, murder; Mike McDonnell, burg lary; Pierce Hoopes and Charles Eaton, embezzlement. George Husted Inis opened up a drug store on the west side of Main street, in the building formerly occupied by A. Schneider as a barber shop. Mr. Bu sted is a voting man of ability, enter , -, , , r big prising and attentive to the details of business, and will no doubt be success her any of sale its the fid in his new venture. a a a Deputy Sheriff Goughnour came up from Big Timber Wednesday, having in charge Mrs. G. W. Reitz, held by Justice Barbour of that place to answer the charge of larceny. The complaint w as made by Thomas Kent, who alleges that Mrs. Reitz took from his pocket a book containing 8160. Mrs. Reitz was placed in jail to await a bond of 84IKI for her appearance at the next term of district court. Handsome cards of invitation are out announcing the marriage at the resi dence of the bride's parents in New Hampton, Iowa, of Miss Eva May Hais let and Joel H. Pemberthy. The cere mony took place Wednesday evening, November 30th, at 8:30 o'clock. Miss Haislet is a neice of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Wright of this city, and will be remembered as a charming young la dy who spent several months in this c'tv last winter. The body of James Crowley, who was killed by a snowslide near the Golden Star mine in the Boulder district, did not arrive in Livingston until Saturday. It was taken to the undertaking estab lishment of A. Krieger A Co. and pre pared for burial. The funeral did not take place until Sunday, in the hope that in the meantime a telegram might be received from the sister of deceased at Portland, Oregon, giving directions as to its burial. As no word was received Sunday the remains were interred in Mountain View cemetery. Tlie body of Thomas Corbett, who was drow tied in the Jefferson river last month while on a hunting trip with William Dawson and Charles Nathurst of this city, was found Tuesday night in the Missouri river, near Logan. The body was discovered by A. B. Lowell, a railroad man, who saw it from tlie plat form of a moving train. The two broth ers of deceased are in Washington at the bedside of their mother, who is very ill. On this account, none of tlie re latives were at the funeral, which took place from Gallatin station Thursday. Rev. Lew is of Bozeman conducting the service. Arrangements are progressing favor ably for the st com! annual ball to be given under the auspices of Snowy Range Division No. 295, Order of Rail way Conductors, to be given ut Heffer lin's opera house, Friday evening, De cember 30th. All the committees are busily engaged with their respective duties and indications point to a bril liant event on that occasion. The ban quet will be served at the Albemarle which will, for convenience and comfort j of participants in the pleasures of the evening, be connected with tlie opera house by a covered bridge. A large at tendance from abroad is expected and provision is being made for their recep tion and entertainment. A special train arrived in Livingston Saturday noon from the east with the committee recently appointed by the -Northern Pacific directorate to examine and rejtort upon the condition of the road and equipments of the company. The committee consists of Braton Ive6, Jay Cooke Jr., and W. E. Rogers. They were accompanied by General Manager Mellen, Chief Engineer Kendrick. Assis tant General Manager Dickinson and Assistant Engineer McHenry. Superin tendent Finn accompanied the party to Helena. After a short stop in this city during which they expressed themselves well pleased with the line between St. Paul and Livingston, they continued their journey westward. Marshal J. W. Johnson had a lively experience with a runaway tea*u on the wood road at the base of "Old Baldy" mountain Friday afternoon of last week. Accompanied by his son he was coming down the steep road with a team of horses attached to a buggy. One of the horses was crowded from the road to the hillside by a snowdrift and in swinging F i i hi'» back the animal came in contact ; with the tongue in such a manner as to in to from the wagon. Fortunately he es cajjed serious injury, the only wound being a severe bruise upon his shoulder snap it in two. This permitted the buggy to crowd forward against the horses and rendered them unmanagable. Mr. Johnson, who was thrown out. was caught by the lines Hnd dragged a considerable distance before the horses finally became disengaged , , , big band and thirty-seven people will .. . Noie<i yvoinHii. The life work of Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe is done, and a full work it lias been. Whether deatli be immediately her lot or not, she is incapacitated for any further literary labors. She has been tlie most successful author in America. < )nr hundred thousand copies of "Uncle Tom" were sold within eight weeks of its publication. The present sale is certainly up among the millions, while it has been translated into all Eu ropean, as well as several Asiatic lan guages. Dramatized, it lias to day all of its earliest popularity. Her theme was the magnificent one that touched every heart. She caught it, it inspired her and "Uncle Tom" will be immortal. Her other works were able, but lacked the power of a great theme. Sutton's grand Double Company, with present this popular drama at Hefferlin's opera house next Monday evening, De cember 5th. a to of F 'OK SALE. At privat* Fifth street. In, lisch i »rira n, pictures, rubber Ik iile at residence on furuiture, ci.rpetH, , dishes, etc. < . (,AI .KKAITII. 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