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A Golden Dream.
Since gold ha> ever enlisted the most intense interest in civilized man, the various operations for extracting it from the depths of the earth are like wise interesting in a greater or less de gree. The interest is not always meas ured by the success or failure of such operation', but more frequently by the •lrcmnstances by which the) be surrounded. Three before < alifornia's gol the world, the adven pecuna may or may not hundred year' den fame filled tu rou- Spaniard was engaged in gather ing gold by ship loads trom the western 'hores of Mexico to Cape Horn. Mr. Bancroft in his Mexico III narrates an interesting incident of the dreamy days belonging to those earlier times. Three leagues from the city of Grana da in the Lake of Nicaragua, Centrai America, is the volcano of Massaya. in the bowels of which a tiery liquid eter nal! v boiled. The fact that the ebulli tion \va> perpetual, never discharging anvthing but smoke and flame, am. never becoming reduced by evaporation, led a Dominican Friar named Bias Dei C'osthio, to believe the moulton mass to be precious metal. "What a grand idea." thought he. "to draw melted gold irom the bowels of the earth in buckets.' At length taking into his confidence other Spaniards he agreed to descend to tht floor of the crater and endeavor, if pos sible. to obtain some of the preciou. liquid. For this purpose he earriet. with him a bucket-shaped piece of thick sheet iron attached to a long chain Arriving at the door of the crater hi began paying out the chain. One hun dred and fifty tathomsof the chain wert paid out, but as soon as it reached tht regions of the fire below the bucket shriveled, the chain melted for somt distance and the dream of the gold drawers was over. The Spaniards with drew from the alluring scene, meditat ing upon the uncertainty of volcank inieing operations. The Kanou.e Bill. General Claim Agent Ford, of tht Northern Pacific railroad company, i> out with a circular, in which is states the willingness and desire of the rail road company to conform to the recent enactment relative to payment for stock killed or injured through actual negli gence of railroad companies. In accord ance with that law, Agent Ford an nounces that blanks and books are be ing prepared, and as early as possible the requirements of the law will lw obeyed to the letter. Records of stock killed will be kept for the inspection o parties interested in the following named counties at the stations indi cated: For Dawson county, at Glendive. For Custer county, at Miles City. For Yellowstone county, at Billing: For Gallatin county, at Livingston. For Meager county, at Wiekes. For Lewis and Clarke county, a Helena. F or Deer Lodge county, at Garrison For Missoula countv, at Missoula. Yoodooi»in. Macon, Ga.. special: Six out of elevc persons who were poisoned by the vot doo doctor Bonner, in Baldwin count) are now dead ami the five living will di» this week. The sixth death was that o* Father John Harris. He openly ex pressed doubt as to the powers possesset, by the voodoo, whereupon the lattei prophesied that for this want of iaiU not one of the Harrises should li\e tht month through. The father aloDt. who had not eaten much of the fata: meat, recovered sufficiently to move, but when he recovered he was a raving ma niac and had to be confined in the luna tic asylum. He had a fearful vision anu would not eat tor fear of being poisoned, and he soon died in terrible contortions. The news from the settlement is that the j survivors cannot live much longer, sc that it is likely that the voodoo's proph ecy will be fulfilled, and that not on» of the family will live to see the new moon con e ;n. As soon as the white people had learned the facts, Bonnei was hidden by the colored people and has not yet been found. A Dead Outlaw. A Santa Fe Special, March 30th, says: It was reported last nigl.t that Marino Leyba. the notorious outlaw and desper ado and leader of the band who terrorized central New Mexico for six months, hau been killed while resisting arrest near Antelope Springs, seventy miles south o. here. The report is confirmed to-day by the arrival of Joaquin Montera and Car los laconie with the body. Thev were deputized by Sheriff Chavez to make the arrest and met Leyba on the moantaiu trail while on the lookout for him. When ordered to surrender the outlaw pulled a pistol and Montera and Jaconie pulled theirs. The time shots sounded like one Montera got a Gullet through the hat. but Leyba fell dead at his feet shot through the head. Leyba led the gang that mur dered Col Chas. Potter, step-son of Gov. \ anzandt of Rhode Island, in the Dolores mountains in 1880. and buried his body after taking several thousand dollars from it. Four of the gang were cuptured bv sheriff Armi tage and taken to Albuquer que. where they were lynched. Leyba. the fifth member, hid in the mountains, but came out and began operations again after all the witnesses were dead. He was afterwards convicted for stealing and sent up loi five years in the penitentiary. M hen discharged six months ago he re turned to this flourishing mining country and reorganized a gang. They would raid towns, steal horses and rob travelers. Their last outrage was the murder and robbery of Lackey aud Ttsier. near Ante lope Springs, anil these rnen owned 20, 000 sheep down there. Lackey was kill ed in his house and his Ixody burned, and Tesier was shot in the back while running. Two of the Leyba gang were arrested for murder, and are held for trial. A reward of $1,200 was cLered for Leyba. His ! death will break up the gang. A great many people visited the Santa Fe jail to-1 day and viewed the body. The people' of southern New Mexico are greatly i pleased over the death of the outlaw and ! are thoroughly organized for the sup-1 pttsäbb of the rtsl of thê bànfl. ! IS THERE ANY HOPE? NEW AND IMPORTANT OPINIONS ' OF PULMONARY EXPERTS ! Caa the Universal Consumption he Successfully Treated ? Dr. Borgeon, a leading French doctor, * has a new treatment for consump ion. ; He gives an enema of carbonic acid sulphuretted hydrogen gases, the latter gas carrying the former into every part of the throat and lungs. This treatment, too, is directed at i »fleets—the cause remains undisturbed, j What this caus eis has been stated by perhaps the highest pulmonary authority in the world, i. e., the Broinpton Hos pital for Consumptives, in London, Eng. This malady every year carries off from one-seventh to one-fifth of the entire population of England! Dr. Payne, M.P., M.R.C.P., London, ia authority for this statement. The same or a greater proportion of deaths obtains in America. Dr. Payne also says that one-half the total number of deaths from all other cau'es have seeds of this disease in the svstem which only require some irritant to develop! Dr. Hermann Brehmer, an eminent German authority, says that consump tion is caused by deficient nutrition of the lungs, by poor blood. These authorities cannot be disputed. The medical world recognizes them. The uric acid is the irritant in the blood that -.auses the development of the seeds which Dr. Brehmer says lie dormant in the blood. Every particle of blood which passes hrough the lungs and heart, also goes .hrough the kidneys, and if they are in the lea't deranged they cannot rid the jlood of its killing po.son. The thousand little hair-like sewer tubes of the kidneys very easily get blocked up and diseased ; and' when they do. they corrupt insiead of purifying the blood. Kidney disease may exist, and yet no pain occur in that organ, because it is deficient in nerves of a sensation. Dip your finger in acid every day and it soon festers and is destroyed, bend .icid poisoned blood through the lungs every second, and they soon give way. The Brompton Hospital investigation showed that '>2 per cent, of the victims of consumption were afflicted with de ranged kidueys, whh h permuted tiieuric acid poison to remain in the blood And irritate the lungs. This uric acid is al ways fighting every vital organ, and if there be any inherent weakness in the lundis it inevitably causes pneumonia, cough and con.-umption. The real cause of puimonary troubles ueing so authoritatively shown to be :aulty even though unsuspected action of the kidneys, explains why, in order to master the dreaded consumption, one must rid the blood of the une acid irri tant which inflames and burns up the iung substance. For this purpose there is nothing equal to that great specific, tamer's sale cure. Tlus remedy has aow the favor of medical men all over the world purely on its merits. We have no doubt that if the kidneys are kept in natural action, consumption and a great many other diseases, caused by uric acid, will not only be cured but will be pre rented. When the kidney is healthy, no albu men appears in the water, but aibumen is founa in the water of more than half of those wbo die of consumption ! This, then, is the condition of things that always precedes consumption: First, weakened kidneys; secona. re tained uric acid, poisoning the blood ; third, the development of disease in the lungs by the irritant acids passing through them. Then there is a little cough in the morning ; soon thick,yellow matter is spit up, lollowed by loss of flesh and strength, with dreadful night sweats ; and when the patient goes to his school physician for help, he is put on cod-liver oil which his stomach, weak ened also by uric acid in the blood, can not digest. Because there is no pain present in the kidneys, the patient dees not think they are affected, but the kid ney acid is doing its work every minute, every hour, day and night, and by-and-by the disease of the lungs has advanced until pus is developed, then come hemor rhages, and at last the glassy stare which denotes that the end ia near ! A post-mortem examination of such cases shows that the terrible uric a» id has completely destroyed the substance of the lung. It is impossible to cure lung disease when the blood is poisoned with uric acid. Seed tor Bucolic Crows Tellowstone Journal: Leighton Jor dan & Co. have been awarded the contract for furnishing seeds for the Crow agency farming operations this season. They will furnish 60,000 pounds of potatoes. 40,000 pounds of oats. 1.000 pounds of wheat, and 500 pounds of corn. The item of oats and potatoes is likely to ex ceed the amount grown, as the aborigines are noted for the persistency with which they dig up the potatoes shortly after planting to feed themselves, and the oats to feed their ponies. Wheat they have not yet dabbled in. but of corn they are very fond and generally make their har vest while it is yet in the milk, and put away to dry. esteeming it a greater deli cacy in that state than when properlv ! ripened ' j & so w do and to and Best ! i ! ! "H Sand Mr Life" Is a common expression, often heard from those who have realized, by per sonal use, the curative powers of Âyer's Cherry Pectoral. ** I cannot say enough in praise of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, be lieving as I do that, but for its use, I should long since have died from lung troubles.—E. Bragdon, Palestine, Tex. About six months ago I had a severe Hemorrhage of the Longs, brought on by a distressing Cough, which deprived me of sleep and rest. I had usea vari ous cough bai s a m s and expectorants, without obtaining relief. A friend ad vised me to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I did so, and am happy to say that it helped me at once. By continued use this medicine cured my cough, and, I am satisfied, saved my life.—Mrs. E. Coburn, 18 Second st., Lowell, Mass. I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral v °7? r , a 3 re *r. and sincerely believe I should have been in my grave, hsd it not been for this medicine. It has cured me of a dangerous affection of the lungs, for which 1 had almost despaired of ever hndmg a renfcdy. —D. £ McMullen. Windsor, Province of Ontario. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved my life. Two years ago I took a very severe Cold which settled on my lungs. I consulted physicians, and took the remedies thev prescribed, but failed to obtain relief until I began using Ayer's Cherry Pec toral. Two bottles of this medicine completelyrestored my health. — lizzie M. Allen, West Lancaster, Ohio. tf Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, asajamssa-iBh» Climax! Climax! Climax! See that you get the original Climax Flour manufactured and guaranteed by the undersigned and sold only by Thomp son Bros. Russell £ Miller Milling Company. Bismarck, D. T. Will Trade Thoroughbred Cattle for Steers We have a large amount of feed in the Gallatin valley, therefore, will trade thoroughbred cattle for steers. Any one having steers of any age to sell may find Livingston. Montana. * ; it in their interest to address, or come and see us. Richard Dabney & Co., i j Drnakennew, or Liquor Habit, ran be Cared by administering Dr. Haine«* Golden Specific. It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea without the knowledge of the person taking it. effecting a speedy and perma nent cure, whether the patient is a mod erate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been made temperate men who have taken Golden Specific in their coffee without their knowledge, and to-day believe they have quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effects results from its adminis tration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in confidence Golden Specific Co., 185 Race St.. Cincinnati, Ohio. Poore's Announcement of Ben Perly Forthcoming Book. Sixty years of a busy journalist s life at Wash ington are epitomized in Maj. Ben. Periev Poore's forthcoming book. One of the admirers of the Major recently said that "at a judiciouejv ripe period of life the Major stopped growing old, and since then, like some of the choice Maderia of which he writes with so much feeling, he nasonly been accumulating baquet and flavor.'» Maj. Poore has been one of the best known ana one of the most knowing men in Washingtan society for a half a century. His is the 6unny temperament delighting in bright, social intercourse. Yet his connection with daily journalism and his posi tion in the U. S. Senate placed him always in the thick oi political affairs and social gossip* He was ever in the Washington "swim," breast ing the waves with jovial 'vigor, and never fail in': to hear or see wnat was said or done. The Major could never he very solemn, and in his ripened sketches of Washington life every phase reminds him of half a dozen amusing anecdotes. He has a rare gift in telling a etorv, and his anecdotes are inexhaustible. His book will not only add lustre to his fame as a writer, but is of so unique a character and so in tensely interesting in matter th it it will prove a valuable contribution to the literature of the country. It has mirth for the mirthful, wit for the witty, information for all, and we doubt if it has been equalled by any subscription book since the war. It is being issued by the well-known house of A. L Bancroft i Co., San Francisco, Cal., anu sold exclusively by subscription. F OR SALE.—A first- lass square grand pim< in first-class order, cheap: tor cash. E. A. MBLOCK. Main Street near bridge F OR SALEFive-room Cottage corner o. Calendar and Second streets. Enquire of L. R. McGugin or A. R. Jov. N OTICE. —The undersigned has on hand and for saie KW head of first-class Dairy Cows. The same will be sold at reasonable prices. Some are fresh and others are coming in. No "tender-I feet, Iowa diseased cattle, either, and don't vou forget it. M. J. McGINNIS, supt. King Bros' Itanch, on Park Branch Rail road. N 'OTICE OF DISSOLUTION. Not.ce i. hereby given that the co-partnership hereto fore existing between li L. Lowndes andJ. S. Riley, doing business under the firm name and style of Lowndes À Riley, is this day dissolve» by mutual consent. H. L. Lowndes will con tinue the business. H. L. LOWNDES. J S. RILEY. Livingston. Mon:., March, loth, 1S87. A GENTS WANTED to sell "Reminiscences" of 60 Years in the National Metropolis, by B^d P er ley Poore, illustrating the wi, humor and ec centricities of noted celebrities. A richly illus rated treat of inner society history, from "y. olden time" to the w edding of Cleveland. Won derfullv popular. Agents report rapid sales Address for circulas 'and terms, A. L. Bancroft & Co., Publishers, San Erancisco, Cala. can live at home, and make more mone'. at work for ns, than anything else in this | world. Capita! not needed; yon an started free Both sexes: all ages Ànv on* can do the work. Large earnings sure from first start. Costly outfit an terma free. Bettei not delay. Costs yoo nothing to send us youi address and find out: if vou are wise vou will di so at once. H. Haulett Jc Co.. Portliad. Maine YOU MONEY to be made. Cut this out and re- | turn to as, and we will »end voi free, something of great value an> importance to you, that will start you in businesr w ich will bring yon in more money right awa.» than anything else in this world. Anv one caï do the work and iiv«* at home. Either sex: al ages. Something new, that just coins mone; for all workers. We will start you : capital no needed. This is one of the genuine, importan' chances of a lifetime. Those who ar ambition and enterprising will not delav. Grand outfii free. Address Tkl e A Co., Augusta, Maine. WORKING CLASSES ATTEN T IO N : I , We are now prepared to furnish all classes with employ ment at home, the whole of the time, or for their | spare morn nts. Business new, light and profit able. Persons of either sex easilv earn from » cents to S5.00 per evening, and à proportion.»! | sum by devoting all their time to the business Boys and girls can earn nearly as much as men. That all who see this mav send their address.! and test the business, we m ,ke this offer. T* such as are not satisfied we will send one dollar to for the trouble of writing. Full particular 1 and outfit free. Address Geobge Stixsox A Co . Portland, Maine. THE CITY HOTEL, GARDINER, MONT. MRS. GEO. WELCOME, Prop.| Best of accommodations for the traveling public I GEORGE "WELCOME, PROPRIETOR OF SALOON /.V CON SEC TIOS, Milwaukee Keg Beer ON DRAUGHT EVERY DAY. GARDINER . - - MONTANA. _____ ELDREDGEl SEWING MACHINE WITH Antoantic. Self-thmdisg Cjiiader Staitk No. 3. The ELDBXDGE M B" ia sold with the I guarantee of being the BEST that can be MADS. AGENTS WANTED. EL0RED6E MANUFACTURING CO. 303 and 306 WABASH AVE^ CSICAOO, UJ* THOMPSON BROS., H. L. LOWNDES, DEALER IN BEEF CATTLE, WOOL, HIDES. flS, ETC COMMISSION MERCHANT. PROPRIETOR OF The Livingston Meat Market, W««t Sid» Maim Stract. PLEASURE RESORT AND HOME FOB THE SICK. HUNTER'S HOT SPRINGS ! AT MENDENHALL, MONTANA, 2? 2 mile« from Springdale station on the Northern Pacific Railroad, where ear-] riages will be in attendance at all trains for 'he transfère! guests. Mails Delivered Twice Daily at the Hotel Office. TOWN LOTS for residence and business purposes for sale. C. B. MENDENHALL, Owner and Proprietor. : I | | 1 . I MERCHANTS HOTEL WM. MITCHELL, Proprietor. NEWLY REFITTED AND FURNISHED THROUGHOUT. Special Attention given to the Accommodation of the Traveling Public. ly Located, aud Rates Only $2.00 Per Day. C'entral GEORGE W. METCALF, Feed and Sale Stables, f'ORWR VA TV ivn n APir tTurrra CORNER MAIN AND CLARK STREETS. FINEST "TURNOUTS" IN THE CITY. Tourists and Travelers carried to or from the remotest points with safety and dispatch Horses. Mules. Harness and Wagons bought and sold. Oats and Baled. Hav, Stock boarded by the day or week. Spectal attention given to Gentlemen Drivers Terms as reasonable as any in the city- Call and see us. 35Æ. IRotli, WHOLESALE DEALER IN Fine Whiskies and Cigars. McBrayer, Anderson and ether Firstclass Brands kept in Stock, j RANCHMENS' TRADE SOLICITED. Agent for Brunswick-Balke-Collinder Company. Livingston, M. T„ - Jfext door to the Albemarle.] BAN K AT DRUgTt 0 R E ll can be found all the leading Patent Medicines of the day, and as fine a line of! Druggist Sundries as can be found. Those looking for Weddiug and Birthday Presents would do well to call. Also has the St Paul Paint and Color Co. s Mixed Paint considered by all to be the Best, Cheapest and most djxöle mixed paint made. Also, White Lead. Oils, Turpentine, Varnish, and the most complete line of Paint Brushes ever in Livingston. PreOBrfptfon« st All Hours Carofulfy Compounded. I. Orsehel A Bro.'o Special Announcement. I. ORSCHEL & BRO's have received a full line of amples of Merchant Tailoring Goods -FROM- BROWNING, KING & CO., NEW YORK CITY, And would be pleased to take your order tor suit> pants, etc. We invite ail to call around and inspect the same. 1 1 -ouk * stock in WHISKIES, WINES and CIGARS is the Best, Cheapest and Largest in the Territory. and Sole Agents for Ph. B. B. Co.'s celebrated Bottled Iveg Beer for Eastern Montana. Also, sole agents for K. Rothschild's Sons, saloon out fitters, Brunswick-Balke Coilender Co.'s Billiard and Pool Tables. I. ORSCHEL & BRO. BRICK BLOCK, - - - PARK STREET. SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT H. FRANK Has just received direct from the manufacturers the gest and best selection of spring and summer ever laid down in Montana. ar* clothing Also a larger stock of gent: furnishing goods, boots and shoes, and a general stock of merchant tailoring goods, diiect from the mills, ol the latest styles and patterns. -MERCHANT TAILORING_ Our cutting aud fitting department is complete and we will guarantee satisfaction Main Street, _*_- - - Livingston ! BABCOCK & MILES, NEW STOCK OF Flows! Plows! Plows! Harrows! Harrows! Harrows! JUST RECEIVED. Ui £ o o Ik 09 I Z III o < u fle < III * CO © >N 03 "O cd GO > cd a w« o a ■f a. a 3 o *< o ■u o Bain and StndeMer Wagons, HOOSIER Cfl m Bate Sttter BnclM and CALF WEANERS, Champion Mowers and Twine Binders CHARTER OAK STOVES AND RANGES. AV e have added largely to our stock of Paints and General Hardware. Orders from the Country Solicited and Receive Prompt Attention. MULKERN & MURRAY, Iwines, Liquors and I * ! Pool Cigars ! Parlor AND SAMPLE ROOMS ON PARK STREET. Frank Billiard and White's Pool Parlor! Brick Block under Enterprise office Park. Street. PURE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC. Li l B I?'Jl e i _ S,abte JAMES CARROLL, FINEST TURN-OUTS IN THE CITY. Gentle saddle Horses for both Ladies and Gents use. Horses, Wagons, Harnes? etc., bought and sold. BALED' HAY, OATS, And chopped feed of all kinds, always on hand at lowest prices. Forty head oi horses, mares aud colts for sale. Terms strictly cash. Oornor Lewis aud Clark Streets, Livingston