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A paper called the Golden Rule h an article on smiles, which contain« tL following : "The world is suffering for smilir faces. The age is too intense in th bnsine s direction, too flippant in tl social line, too sarcastic in its politic; tendency, too aimless in it« relig:o - .life, too heartless in its literature. TJ. world needs more smiles and f* w« frowns, more sunshine and less ligb ning. It costs nothing to allow a srnil to play resthilly upon the features whe.* trading or voting, when talking or rear, ing. It pays infinitely more than i J costs in friendship, in finance, in ind vidual growth. We can win more peo jde by a smile than we can frighten V a frown, just as the sunshine grow: more trees than the lightning shatters/' No paragraph ever contained mon truth than the above. A good, healthy smile, one that comes naturally, with out being sent for, or coaxed, one that seems to bubble up among the dimple? like the water at the bottom cf a spring, showing pearly teeth like tlie little pet» bles thrown up by the water of the spring, a smile that goes rippling alo^g the face like the aforesaid water among the daisies and water cress, on its way to the sea, is worth more to the world than a gold mine. Who is there in thy world who has not been made better be a smile ? A smile is a legal tender any where, and a person who smiles natur ally is as safe from harm as it is possi ble to be. Men who grow tired of their homes, sick of the world, and ready to give up the battle, can be trengthened and make ready for the fght of another day by a smile, if it comes without being sent f r. One an with a good-natured smile can go to a crowd of grumbling, growling usi iess men, who think the country is 11 going to the dogs, and change the / ole atmosphere in ten seconds. "i man with a good smile can stop a ght between angry men, when police men would fail. The smile of a good woman, when she comes upon a party of gossipers of her own sex, will change the subject in a moment, and make them ashamed of themselves. Some times we think it would pay a city to lir e more smiling faces and less police men, to keep the peace. There are some men who are cno tinually and constitutionally devoid of smiles, who would be sick if they should a cidcnt llv sm le, and such men should Ik* compelled to pass two hours a day i » the presence of good, single-handed smilers, and learn to be happy. If there is anything in the world that has more power than a smile, when it is s tot off from the ight kind of a gun we lure never seen it. The smile of a gir will draw a young man from his mother an-1 from bad company. It will teach him to be a man, and he will, if he loves the girl, do nothing that would c1&,e the smile away. The smile of a mother can conquer the way war i child and compel it to come into camp to be spanked or cares ed. The smile of a cacher can do more with a pupil than . btind-e of hazel brush. A good, • "d fashioned, natural, unaffected smile cuds nothing, wears ont no costly machinery, but rather oils it and makes it run smoot », and it is a medicine that we all like to take, and it 1 aves no bad t.«ste in the mouth.—Peel's Sun. A!ex. Stephens' Ability to Swear* When Mr. Stephens first came back o Wash ngfo:i lie had it advertised to *'ie *v rhl that he was seek ng an easy .»! d » h ir, and the result was he was r ui With inventors and their » : !s. i was in Mr. Stephens' room n o i.i g when a red-faced "man a tie in and »a d he had a chair which kt e » would suit Mr. Step hens. The L ttei bowed with great courtesy, and ■ .* Aed him to bring iu the chair. Mr. Stephens look d as pleased as a young iv.i Id who is about to be handed a new toy. The chair was wheeled in, his t >o servant* lifted him into it, and then t-i trial began. Mr. Stephens whirled o the right with it, then as suddenly to tue left. Iu doing this be gave his frail ' oiy a wrench. The pain threw him nto a frightful rage. His high, piping t nes were a perfect squeal as he sh.nked: "Take me out of the-- t mg and smash it over the head of the — mau that brought it liere. H •.ring and groaning he was lifted m lie chair. While Mr. Stephens n the arms of his negro servant 1 dde ly stopped swearing. He o ght for the fir^t time of the poor vc tor, who was still in the room, r uig toward him, Mr. Stephens , w th a grarions wave of the hand: • a->> your pardon, kind sir, for the ish etulai.ee of a miserab'e in • i. I thank you sincerely for your :.us$ an coming here with thia •r :nd regret that Ido not find it s a tory. Washington Cor, Bom Ti acelsr. Grapes as Food. ^Aoenedrog to the views entertained by Vf. Hartneu, of Cannes, in Franco, the or atiie acids in grapes do oomri. fetation, dietetically, W" genenai.T received, and tinfimtri Ï I.**,*• *" en *• commonty nnder It is known that they are changed to cat bonus aotd in the blood, and posai Wy oarefnl researches will show that they are convertible into fata. It is thought that they should be ranked with the carbo-hjorates as food ; they have also been found a valuable diet in fever "grape cnrsa w ii the Tyrol prove their benefit in other . , ■ This space is reserved for the BOSTON BOOT AND SI10K STORE. be it go is a to of If is a a EARLEY & HOLMES, Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. Fnll rigs or saddle horses to let, and care ful drivers furnished if desired. BUY JJVDSELL HORSES They are prepared to carrj traveler* into the Park or to any other point, ahead of all competitor*. cr Stables on Clark street, Livingston JAMES CARROLL, Keeper of Livery, Feed AND Sal© StaTble Wagons, Horses and Ponies For Sale. Old Tow LIVINGSTON. Mt. G. W. Mktcalf. S. A. Oliver. G.W.METCALF&CO. -DEALERS IN Horses. Harnesses, r nens, Hay <& Grretin. Horses Bought and Sold on Commission. PARTIES OUTFITTED FOR THE PARK pyXawcrendof Park street, LIVINGSTON, M. T. 4 Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Draper & Lill vis this day dissolved by mutual consent. F. W. Draper will continue in business, pay all bills, and collect all accounts. F. W. D BA PER, Joun T. Lilly. Livingston, M. T. June 29, 1883. jySSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. The partnership heretofore existing between John Byard and C. J. Swanson, doing business j *nul®r the firm name of Byard and Swanson, is i this day dissolved by mutual consent, John Byard I JOHN BYARD. C. J. SWANSON. Cheznm con DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP . NoUmIs hereby givaiT that the linn of Ch< •t Stackable is this day mssolvéd by mutual wu m 4, a Jfaivn'.Mfßamm all debts, and all Ula due said Arm are payable to him. Living*^», Mt, June 25,1883. 8. C. CHEZUM. G. W. STACKABLE. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS, Bid* will - be received at my ofliee- wherein 8 F®cific»Boiis may be.seen—until Friday n w , tiy 13th, 1888, for the erection of à Method! ■ '■"Copal Church in Livingston, Montana. '• Tao right to reject any and all bids in rcaervoq H. T. CEPBRLEY l 1 * Secretary^of the Board of fruntee« t I. T. R. MAYO'S L Main Street, oj posite Postoffh e, Are the Most Elegantly Furnished in the Was?. None Bat Eipert Worten Employed. GO TO R. C. Griffith, FOR BLACKSM1THING. He makes a specialty of horse shoeing. Wagon shop in connection, and job v.ork of all kinds neatly and promptly done. Shop in rear of W*uo na House. HOLDEN & BINGHAM, NEWSDEALERS, LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. The Latest Papers, Magazines and Periodi cals always on hand. Also Früh*, Nuts and Candies, and To bacco and Cigar*. NEW OPENING MILLINERY & LADIES' FURNISHINGS, LACES, COLLARS, FANS, PARASOLS, DressŒoods Etc., etc., in endless variety, at prices as low as the lowest. ONE DOOR FROM PARLOR RES TAURANT. Ladies, give me a call. Mrs. J. N. Dennison. V . . —. _ - _ - . » —I flfj I I H Iw C j I J r\ • iMVViij PROPRIETOR OF Steam Saw and Planing Mill. Alio, dealer in all kind* ot EASTERN AND NATIVE LUMBER, PASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS AND BUILDING PAPER. Beearefnl to, VA hi* price* before pu rcharit i elsewhere. * • j.nrl yards on Second stree; Co & mith, Hagy Mammoth Dry Goods, Groceries, and Provision tore PARK STREET, OPPOSITE PASSENGER DEPOT, Hirvingston, - Montana mmmmmm WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS AND GROCERIE| LADIES' DRESS GOODS A SPECIALTY ALSO DEALERS IN FL@a,d.y-!Æetd.e Olotïiing Cmts'burnish ng Goods,Boots, Shoes, Hut.-., Caps, HARDWARE, TINWARE, CROCK Eli! And all kinds of Ammunition and Sportsmen's Goods. Prices Reduced 25 to 40 percent, in order to make room for New Goods arriij rally, Call and exa nine .roods and jet prices. Terms strictly cash. TTY YOUR Fancy Groceries CANNED GOODS AND PROVISIONS -OF THOMPSON BRO m; ? if THEY ALSO KEEP A FULL LINE OF Dry Goods Gents' Furnishing Goods, Quilts and Blankei MAIN STREET, ,..... LIVINGS!? When You Leave the Train at Livingston, - - IMIontsini ENQUIRE FOR TIIE FREE HACK TO THE Merchants' Hote The table is supplied with everything the market affords. Parlors forj accommodation of ladies, and the house throughout complete with everything sary for the comfort of guests. CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAj At the Bar in connection with the House. Terms Reasonable. Park Street, Opposite the Cel . _ n'M MITCHELL, Pmpiiei .<■[ _ J. Schresnet & Sod WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER Carry a heavier ar.d mr-reearefnllr «elected *tock of Wine*. Liquors and C igarj any firm in Eastern Montana, consisting of Domestic and Imported Wines. WhteM Brandies, Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin, every description of Bitters, Ale. and J'orterj waukee, St Louis and Chicago Beer. They are also agents for the J. M Brunswig fit Balke Billiard and Pool Tables. Main Street, Livingston, Montana! POSTOFFICE DRUG ST OR Wright & Bartlett, Props., I H Dealer* in firttgs. Medicine* Paints, Oils, Books, Stations?!!•& Prescription* carefully compounded day and night. Main street, Liriugst« 11 ETW E. YOUNG, M. D., will be found at the P. 0. Drug Store night and <b'j Merchant Tailor. Suit* made in the Lr.t«*t Style, and a Sure Fit always guaranteed. Also Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, u,