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PIÎOCF.EOIXGS Of tile lti»»«'l «f Co mit y ( oininisaionera. It.KttU. S»««io ». LivBK.iTu x. Mon T., Dec. 'J, 1«. B'i:in'. met at < " in: , Vr '« .1 iffioe at 10 o'clock a in. Free :■ . •' iiortitnd II ■! Hoppe, W. i-rl lit, T. Kan. «-ioner*, and > Ucnlri !;. 1 'Hilly : - On m »tli-ri. Wm M u ri.-iil » 1 « chosen chair man. X-,,niiueil and ap i.roveii'o/'" K* W Wi mnty treasurer: kia -V ll.iH'-r. "mn Deiitn': ,1 .r ; . 1 , : r 1 1* '! e ■rintendint : >• j i.-ton. fherifl . Allan I! •1'-/. " nt\ . : Wniiarn A. M.ii.r-. mr • - at: . l ■ Join. S-ill ' : - .1, W. Patton, ( K Kiivann; _di, Peat* Un K. I.G Riéiejt K « «1er, ....... 11 Coe, Sin ■1 i El: I Dillaid. Samuel H« J a 1' > 01 Ibell. ! • A ; I ! ! A .1 t'lif I" ' trict El • r K II. \ ati-i <lir-i ii.tr..: :i«tnc mht, ily. j ist! of to E 1! ! ! . . r i - : - : , v ■••l, . i'" lï' V; Mr-. Eu ,. oner il "m to , !:t '! l 'V r . if, :!, i.:. 1 ! u'l.Tn. • w truVV". ■■ its 'ii a , ; I 1 '. ; : -u - i A. ly , • 1,1 ' 1 ' ' h, t.. *- out ■ • .;. oi M . „ ( ,t : .,;i i rT ,','.. do tific two of the true The The the int:u_i'iit f ind ■ F \V W W 11 I!. nri-r. Or O 1* l'i'iii) .'to 1) 1> Y HU Horn Y follow)! »nun J a ml tu Dob I. Willst D m I. Wiliar SSTTifc»....... Don I. Will «r.L ; Herman Kühlt. No. 3 . . . H.Titian Kaliio. No. 3. extra e: The following allowed, viz: S Ebert. labor . A T Wriglit, la A .1 KingVMiv. F O Shiptun, D N Ely. Wm Hi'mane jii-lg rnr In probat- enurt.. gistuT agent for dt-lr!. -, ..inter an'-nt for district penses ................... 34 Oo lulls on road fund examined and t Hr( S O Boar Board met present. John bkiliii and npprov. d. Tii- follow i: allowed: Hefferlin tiro« J E Ker:-. nee M« E.illif 1». I.idia A I) iwn Wm De Moss. Man Hanson. Dr W I. nhawk E-ten. Flatuo. J antes t arroll. M A ,Vter-on, Wm Loeokami Wm M Wiin!.:. I. W Mete df. t Oliri- Mn ■ ; m . J 1) 1VK-. ind t arver M-n- r The folio win allowed: E 1J Vater, err. A A Burg, ding pauper )\, Ituulier. regl ian, In ire. w ork ne ilin. I e ii, work... It K El ('has Tap; D K lie !; S It H i mi W i' Kink H O Hick Thomas 'i F W Mn. H K Me I.i J Markna Jerome i > A It iftin-r A M Dt dg: J W Col, loll dll _ E K Bak t, « iirlh w J W Krnso, viewim W H l'hlllduk. lie J K. Clin-. . iow ing Eugene l iidenvooi W > Work, w ,rk .. Gordon Bros, li.i-.i. a tiling : iork ... •ills. Jlltinge " lialanci " lumber. etc........ ITatch Ur-- Hi t o, mdse....... K Gonghn ur, plank....... . A E (»wens, lumber........... Win. ingersoll, work with team. D K Bin banan, labor........ John Blake, labor............... Wm Uweiis, labor. Babcock A Miles................ G Olson, damage on road..... Ber: B-nuett, work.............. A A Rich, work witli teams.. The following bills on examined and ailowml: John Clifford, salary probate judge.... Eva M U .iit-r, salary supt schools____ The following bills on general fund ined anil allowed: Truman Kissier, witness..... N C Green, delivering books......... George Nuli. witness.................. J W Evans, labor.........._........ . ' John Kenningham. witness............ Marv Doucett, witness.............' John K Dax is, bailiff . ............... Kill' Root, jailer Red Lodge..... ..... foseph Looby, witness....... .. ..... W 11 Williams, judge of election W 'V Mean..nidge of -lection..... Jerome Williams, witness... *- •' Al kelwi—, judge of election ...' M lit It—11 A slier, jurot Il J Williams, jml-e of election Ctnrl-s Ii I'-nniciot. witness... J W Putnam, witness... James Schofield, w itne.-p.. J W Evans, wood____ J II I'nge, w itness .............. Kirkepdall A Moorman, woisi.;;...... J W Evans, wood............ y? £ l ir''j n ' c '" rk ot election. ].......... C " Slade, juror. Ernest .* S« U 11 3H 49 gS ti 10 31 Its 3>i 1)0 43 3(1 3 00 16 00 IS 50 m oo utul daily after I the i : six . our rent ' The • the the we , being . a ! with ! t tions [ ( pi i way lit and east ,, ! true j e j the "j I, j iation. i would 1 have the j made ' ; • 'I in ing, j lying "It •o with the there. the : j a . apt water : locity t be by over which influx ing human the on : period by the now current, : water and miles. matter, truth the "1. river of the "2. east in tho source. "3. controlled 1 50 ■Si 00 1 50 5 00 1 30 g III !H t*l 30 (»> 1 50 3 OH 6 H» I 1 50 I can ton .. . 80me miles exam- and could JUathehM ,wV' dealer without time large men, hewmt' coatr tfletive contained had single not the cordingly coats one his horse put on mi : SS « wl t. 00 1 so 6 00 9 I tira ' cl «h of election !. i...... A C link, witness............... ..... , **?'Countryman, witness. ..........* Lee Huston, witness... V Nontlu. witness'Z/ -IT" *'tnes*............... s GW If Town, WitnSM... ...... ** %f ■ i »I 1«. o'clock Kan. and > chair ap treasurer: : >• fherifl . A. Patton, _di, K Samuel ! Geo Town, ivitne.- • A L i'■ 1 w. ; Chri« Yi.,-rer,.. wit I M ike 1 .vin ti, v iii •» ! John Hurlev, wi»uc ! Jam.;« Mik.'n, win >e and ir the A II II .1 H V ; ** ................. ; l! ie.-e................... sa» ,n '"'................ ' ' fifth luv. D»cem!)er a. iss«. tant to a< join mm. nt. « pres "• pt-ru-ir a. a Kit h exam i> !! '» I 1 „ '> I 1 , 1 1 • J S. DEITSOH, uric and Kec. re. r THE GULF STREAM. Theories of an Observer Who Says the Dioon Controls Its Current. - "I was anchored lor three months over the true source of the Gulf stream, and , v what I learned of the nature of that mys tcrious and erratic current durmgthat time . knocks all the accepted theories as to lu origin in the head." V; Thus spoke W. 0. Howard, late of the Eu ,. United States coast survey steamer Blake, "m to a Philadelphia Inquirer reporter. l 'V r 'Twas attached to the Blake for three i.:. 1 ! ynars," continued Mr. Howard, "and during • that time we definitely fixed the source of w the Gulf stream. We spent two years in ■■ tracli g up tho Gulf stream and studying its peculiarities, and while we are still in , ; I the dark as to the primary cause of this 1 '. great ocean river, we have definitely fixed ; upon the spot where it originates. Foruier i A. ly it was believed that the Gulf stream was • simply tho continuation of the Mississippi ' ' river, the immens# volume of water flowing *- out of which cleaved its way through old oi ocean, and preserving its own distinctive characteristics as to temperature and color, finally was lost and assimilated by the waters of the frozen northern seas. Others iicid to the opinion that the Gulf stream was formed and coatr-. iled by the trade w inds. "Our observations and investigations ,','.. furnished us with conclusive proof that neither of these elements had any thing to do with it. One curious fact was estah lisaed, however. We found that tho moon affected the Gulf stream, and that tho cur rent was controlled absolutely and arbi trarily by that body. "The true source or beginning of the Gulf stream, established by careful scien tific observation extending over a period of two years, Î3 at a point between Fowey Rocks, Florida, and the Gun Key, on the coast of tho Bahamas. At this place, in 49S fathoms of water, we anchored, and for months devoted ourselves to a careful study of the great ocean river. "Let me tell you something about the peculiarities that we noticed. To begin with, tho current of the Gulf stream at the point where we were anchored, and which we unanimously agreed upon as its true source, varies daily in its velocity. The difference in the flow was at times as much as two and a half knots per hour. The greatest velocity noted was generally * about nine hours before the upper transit of the moon. The variations were most ex eessivo on the eastern side of the straits, Oo and utul least or the western side. The average daily currents vary during the month, the i strongest current coming a day or two ! after the greatest declination of th« moon, i "The axis or true point of beginning of I the Gulf stream (determined by fixing the i position of the strongest surface flow) is : deven and a half miles east of the Fowey .locks light-house. The strougest surface •urrent found here was five and a quarter ! trots per hour, the least one and three juurter knots, and the 'average three and ' six tenths knots. We used two meters in • . our observations, one for the surface cur- ■ rent and one for the sub-surface stream. ' ' The wind has no effect upon the velocity of • the current. Tho surface current, it was noticed, has a much higher velocity than the sub-surfaec. During our observations , we occupied twenty-six different stations, | , being anchored at each for several days at f . a time. Wc took 1,657 current observations : ! with tho meter, end 1,S07 current observa- ; ! t tions with tho polo during this time." [ [ "And what deductions did jron makof" ) "These only: That neither theMisstssip, f ( pi river nor the trade winds were In any | i way responsible for the Gulf stream; that • lit was affected bj*the changes of the moon, and that tins particular point, 11)^ miles j east of Fowey Rocks light-house, was its f ,, ! true axis or source." f j "What theories have you in reference to e j the first cause of tho stream!" "j "Hundreds. It is a great field for spccu- i I, j iation. Just imagine, if you can, what j i would have been tho result if we couid f 1 have donned submarine armor and dived to the bottom in 4ÜS fathoms of water. We j made soundings, but they revealed to us ' nothing. Tho bottom was a sandy, coral ; foundation: fish and other submarine • creatures lived and disported themselves 'I in the depths, and all the time that surg ing, resistless current boiled about us, de j lying inquiry as to its true origin. "It might be, for aught any one could say •o the contrary, tho mouth of a great river, with tho course deep down in the bowels of the earth, among those everlasting fires that scientists tell us are continually burning there. Tho superheated water gushing to the surface of tho ocean at that depth with : j a power that can not be estimated would be . apt to displace the chilled and heavier water of the ocean, and, with an initial ve : locity of nearly six miles an hour, would certainly clear for itself a pathway through t be ocean until chilled and rendered inert by the frozen waters of the Arctic 6eas. "Again, it may be that we were anchored over an immense and ever-active volcano which in no way crippled by the constant influx of the cold oeeau water in to its yawn ing crater continually, with a power that human thought can not measure, hurls back the heated waves, an d this repulsion, going 1 on day after day and year after year or a : period of time that has not yet been fixed t by observation or deduction, has increased ! the volume of the at first puny geyser until now it has become a fixed and well-founded current, differing in temperature from th e : water that surrounds it, and with a swee p and stretch that extend over thousands of miles. \ ou can theorize all day over t ho matter, and perhaps be as far from i ,ho truth as ever. The observations made by the Blake settled several disputed point s: "1. Tuat tho winds and tho Missis jippi river have nothing to do with the form stion of the Gulf stream. "2. That a point eleven and a half miles east of Fowey Rocks light-house, F' .orida, in tho Caribbean Sea, is its true source. "3. That the controlled by the declination of the tft IXis or ' or I velooitv of tho err !„ v etocuy oi tue cur. .sent ts ' Is moon." Traced by a Horse's Hair.. I will venture to relate a story v?hichl ^ can vouch for as a true tale, writes a y os _ : ton Post correspondent. A gray horse of' . 80me value owned at a towm abc tn-entr miles west of here Was stoier oneni.'h: and inasmuch as no trace O'/the anima' could be found elsewhere, it was assumed JUathehM tec. .ata, w ,wV' 'T, e , mp 0 U d ' aCd every public or dealer s stable m the df y „-as visited, but without results. Finally, jast at di nner ; time one day, the detect lVe droppod in at a large hotel much free uen tcd b/ market- 1 men, teamster* and 1 he like, and as it was hewmt' r season, a great number of tep coatr „-ere hanging T ip i u the hall. The de - 1 tfletive examined th-jm, and found that two ! contained white horsehairs, although he ; had previously ascertained there was but a single gray horse in the stable, and that not the one of which he was in search. Ac cordingly he waited for the owners of the coats to conte out from dinner. The first one went straight to the stable and ordered his horse to be harnessed. The second one put on hisenat and went out into the street. detective jammed, and, after tracking y honr or so, finally followed in an obscure street, i. I,' ees Vi t: T **** and ir the Barents shonlr] be careful that their i '.i' lren do not contract (.olds timing the ; i li ■ >r early winter months. Such colds l! weaken the lungs and air passages, mak sa» ing the child much more likely to con? ' ' I tract other colds during the winter. Itis this succession of colds that causes ca iss«. : tarrli and bronchitis or paves the way for pres , consumption. Should a cold be con exam- traeted lose no time, but cure it as quickly as possible. A fifty cent bottle of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy will cure any . cold in a few days and leave the respira tory organs strong and healthy. For sale i> by J. E. Ferte, Livingston; Hatch Bros. !! A Co., Rig Timber, and R. T. Smith, '» (birdinci. ii, __ „ ___ *_____ I ! Change is one of the irresistable laws 1 of nature, and fortunately the change is „ almo.-t invariably for the bitter. As an '> instance of this, St. Patrick's Pills are I fa>t taking the place of the old harsh and 1 violent cathartics, because they are milder , and produce a pleasanter effect, besides 1 they are much more beneficial in remov 1 i ing morbid matter from the system and • preventing ague and other malarious J : diseases. As a cathartic and liver pill I they are almost perfect. For sale hy J. ; E. Ferte, Livingston; Hatch Pros. & Co., I Rig Timber and R. E. Smith, Gardiner. r the over and mys time lu the three of in in this fixed was old color, the was that to moon cur arbi the of the 49S for the at and its as , ' * ' of ! ! S ex- : j Wanted in every town iii tlie northwest, an agent to sell well advertised goods on a go-.xl commission. Xo trouble and big money. For particulars, address Q. D. Bray, P. O. box 203, Butte, Montana. John Gilpin's Kitte. It is evident from the speed attained by John Gilpin's horse that it was well cared for, and all owners of live stock should exercise caution and care by having a re liable remedy at hand. Veterinary Car bolisalve cures cuts, wounds, bruises, collar and saddle galls, sores, mange, scratches, thrush, inflammations and all abrasions of the skin and disea es of the feet of horses and cattle quicker than any other remedy, and L the only preparation that invariably renews the hair in its original color. It is endorsed by Jay Eye See's driver and by prominent horse men generally. Large cans $1.00; small cans 50 cents. 3 MONEY TO LOAN ! —ON — Improved Ranch Property. $ 100,000 In stuns to suit at Lowest Kates of Interest. POTTS & WEBSTER. Livingston. Montana. THE ALBEMARLE r M vs the i two ! i of the is ! and ' in • ■ ' of , | at f : ; [ ) f | • j its f f to i j f to us 1 t ! \ % HOTEL. C. W. SAVAGE, 1'KOl'RIETOR. LIVING!» TOE.', MONTANA. JOHN O. SAX, News Dealer! MAIN STRKKT - iate»: rastern Dailies. Illustrated Joiljb •il- and Magazines always on Laud. Also dealer in Blank Books and Stationery ! TOILET ARTICLES, Ms, Confections, Etc. THE OASIS! J. W. NELSvON, Prop. Havin" just completed our new building on Main Street, and furnished the sam « with erery tiling appertaining to a claee bar, we are prepared to sreet ail our old friends a*id m many new ones as will favor as wii'b a call. The Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Constantly on hand. MAIN STREET. LIVINGSTON LEGAL BLANKS. The Exterpbise Otficb now ha« on hand all tft the following Blanks at the prices quoted, 78 Cts. per Doz., or BOc Half Doz: Liez b, LUnch Claims,' Warrantee Deeds, Deeds of Mining Claims, Water Right Declarations, Extension of Chattel Mortgage. Notice of Mining Location, Quit Claim Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, and Mortgages. Affidavit Oi' Reresentation of Quartz Lode. Leases. NoteC Satisfaction of Mortgage at 50 cents per dozen ' or 30 cents per half dozen. I Also, a full line of Probate Blanks, Anv Blanks net kept in stock will be printed lnd * U npiied on t hort notice when ordered. ' W-Jlail Orden> promptly attended to. ^ : ; 1 1 ! ; QEO H. WRIGHT. i. ,h„ »"<1 most popular scler.tlflc and y/.L per published and has the lure est In.™ i«? c 2 «T Wiper of its class in the world. Kunv n cl"* of Wood Enarav p?.ÏhÎk?V weekly. Send for Fpecimen ivmr m w * fronr mont h»' trUI, $h SEW acôfpÂ. K1 Broriwar, N.T. «Si» ( »Treat sue«-^. Kach u dS^ I,' Im»! rnptiie plates of conn. ^ ees or public builiilnes. Nu. \ »»uUnliii f.nd full plans and speciflcati. %* - nSsavear nieh as contemplate buiMlne. 1 «bee, k ' Vi cts. a copy. Ml'NN St CO, Pt'BIi. _ ^ S*vbcsecu •d by apply Jar n> Mcx.v a ca, w h » aaveLadover years' exfierience and hav • made over 1T1.00U applications for Ameri- ism and l or eitm patent«. Send for llandb. Mk. Corres pondence strictlr confidential. TRADE MARKS. Lead n i t« your mar* is not rtvisteretl in the Pat r ' 1 me. apply t.t Mexx a Co- n>d procure tm-ieJUie pi utéction. Send for Handbook. CiM'VRIGItTS for books, Charta man t: ■_ quicaiy pr<-eare4. Address MI NN x- CC„ Potent Ba!lctgi.rs. Gt-VEnit. OFrtCl: 3 lI UuOAu WXT, N. T their the con? Itis ca for con any sale is an are and pill J. P. by re all its The Spanish have a proverb: "Women! loves with her ear, but man with his eye." Petsuasive wooing captures a woman's heart, while an attractive appearance con quers the man. To retain man's affec tion and secure enduring happiness, woman should be as charming in married life as in the days of bewitching maiden hood. Her captivating weapons are a fair and blooming compaction, soft and spotless hands, freedom from skin and scalp impurities, pimples, chapping, and the possession of the delicate bloom of perfect heaiih Cole's Carbolisoap, the the perfect medicinal toilet, bath and nursnry soap is her salvation. Piice 25 ceuts; sold by M. A. Peterson. 2 What a Fortune Is a good, healthy, pearly skin. Few are aware of the short time it takes for a disordered liver to cause blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin. One bottle of Begg's Blood Purifier and Blood Ma ker will restore this organ to its natural and healthy state and cleanse the blood ot all impurities. It is meeting witli wonderful success. We guarantee every bottle. M. A. Pehsrsoji, Druggist. ! COM'iIEMDanLE. All claims not consistent with the high character of Syrup of Figs ore pur posely avoided by the Cal. Fig Syrup Company. It acts gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the system effectually, but it is not a cure-all and makes no pretensions that every bottle will not substantiate. liens;'» Cherry Cough Syrnp. Is giving splendid « tlisfaction to tho trade and the suies art positively mar velous«, which can l»o accounted for in no other way except that it is without doubt the best on the market. Ask for aad be sure you get the genuine. We keep it. M. A. Peterson, Druggist. When haby wa* sick, we gave her Caatorla, When *he was a child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When she had children, she cave them Castoria. A Good Cough Syrup. There is nothing parents should be so careful about as selecting a cough syrup. Begg's Cherry Cough Syrup costs Jno more than the cheap anti inferior nos trums thrown on the market. The best none too good. Be sure and get Begg's Cherry Cough Syrup. We keep it on hand at all times. M. A. Peterson, Druggist. 3* «7. Combines the juice of the Blue Figs of California, so laxative and nutritious, with the medicinal virtues of plant known to be most beneficial to the human system, forming the ONLY PER FECT REMEDY to act gently yet promptly on the KIDMETS, LITER AND BOWELS —AND TO— Cleanse the System Effectually, — SO THAT — PURS BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH Naturally follow. Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. Ask your druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu factured only by the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.. Sah Fkahcisco, Cal. '■otusviLLm, Kv. New Yohic, N. Y ! / Economical San Francisco, Feb, ft, 1889 . I bare man - - careful examination <- r a cam..' !' • - ' r ' -tcing Fowder, auc 'rritbc - •• t«> • -...l of cheat 'cully S'- f-V• T.-' tar .i.id beat *■: -'t-aic a' Soda only, ;i l'i ' . ferev^v ..is 'are whatever. Lozris r.ti'KFXAU, State Assay Office. A fcysfiid} a S* . U«*:; .n:--n, S.F.,Cal. Cokedale Meat Market EAESLER & DÏÏTWE, Prop's. All kind? of fresh and »sit meats always on hand. -KK Baiegna and Salamesausage a specialty. COKEDALE, MONTANA. HOCKT FORK COAL. (O) I have taken the agency in this city for the Rocky Fork Coal, and am prepared to famish parties with this superior fnel in any quantity desired. Orders left at Krieger & Co.'s store will be promptly filled. (o) GEO. T. YOUNG. DATs. ■rdsaly ly Trad# Big G has given univer sal satisfaction In the cure of Oonorrbosa and Gleet. I prescribe It and feel sate in recommend ing it to all sn Seren. i-JL STONES, U., Osadw, IU. PRICE. 81.00. Sold by Druggists. LIVINGSTON ASSAY OFFICE. tioM and Silver $1 50 1 00 1 00 Lead t 00 Copper... Iron.............$3 00 Nickel............ 5 00 Arsenic........... 6 00 Antimony........ 5 00 .........$ 5 00Ui*15«P ......... 10 00 to »00 Qualitative Ana.. Quantitative Analve. PBH E. LAWBEHCE. j j a a of 25 a Frank White's Billiard and Pool Parlor ! OPEN DAT AND NIGHT. Elegant Bar and Fixtures. The Best brands of Liquors and Cigars. Courteous Bar Attendants. Inviting Club Booms. Licensed Gambling. Park Street, Livingston, M. T. A Cold Wave Has finally reached us giving* ns a g*entle reminder that now is the time to buy your winter garments. Desiring* to make a change in the the location of our business in near future we will from now on of fer big* inducements to purchasers in order to close out our entire stock of Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps Come in and examine our line of Suits and Overcoats and we will con vince you that we mean business. I. Orsdiel & Bra. 8. M. WETZSTEIN. -DEALER IN PUEE LIQUORS ONLY! Traci© of Families --DESIRING LIQUORS for MEDICINAL PURPOSES PARTICULARLY SOLICITED Manufacturer of and Dealer in HARNESS, WHIPS, Ghaperajos, Robes, Blankets, SADDLES, Bridles, Bits Sleigh Bell and Spurs. Repairing Promptly Attended to at Reasonable Prices South Side Calendar, betwern Mala and Seooad Streots. LIVINGSTON, M. T. E. GOUGHNOUR, —Dealer in— Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Lath, Shingles. MOULDINGS, PICKETS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH. BRUSHES, ETC.. ETC:. BUILDING PAPER, PLASTER PARIS, AND CEMENT. &c., &c. —I sell the celebrated — Heath & Milligan Paints ! The best known to the trade. I also sell the White Iron Paint—jn*t patented and warranted to be Indestructible. Prices always as low a9 others, as the lowest _for good goods. £. GOUGHNOUR. J. H. HARVAT, WHOLESALE & RETAIL BUTCHER. Cash Paid for Hides and Pelts. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Main Street, 0 Zjivingsion, M.T. CEORGE W. METCALF, Feed and Sale Stables, CORNER WAIN AND CLARK STREETS. FINEST "TURNOUTS" IN THE CITY, Tourists and Travelers carried toor from the remotest points with safety and dispatcl Horses, Mules, Harness and Wagons bought and sold. Oats and Baled KCav, Stock boarded by the day or week. Spectal attention given to Gentlemen Terms as reasonable as any in the city. Call and see us. PLEASURE RESORT ! AND HOME FOR THE SICK. HUNTEB'S HOT SPBIN6S ! AT MENDENHALL, MONTANA, ^ miles from Springdale station on the Northern Pacific Railroad, where car nages will be in attendance at all trains for 'he transfer of guests Mails Delivered Twice Daily at the Hotel Office. TOWN LOTS for residence mw« business purposes for sale. t. B. MEHDEHHALL. OwneT an! Prfpfltfer. lower tun street Geo. T. Chambers & Co, GENERAL HARDWARE. Main Street, Livingston, M. 1 NEW MEAT MARKET, MAIN STREET, S. L. HOLLIDAY Proprietor. A GENERAL SUPPLY OP FRESH AND SALT MEAT --ALWAYS ON HAND. ALSO Game, Poultry, Fish, Butter, Eggs & Vegetal The patronage of the public in respectfully solicited, 8. L. HOLLIDAY. THE KING CLOTHIER Has the Largest Stock and Latest Styles of Spring ar Summer Clothing to be found in Eastern Montana. Also a full line of Fine Dress Suits, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Etc. MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT—In connection, w: a very large assortment of suitings to select fro All work guaranteed. No misfits. Main Street, .... Livings'* JAMES CARROLL, LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABU Horses Boarded by the Day or >V eek. Baled Hay and Grais alwjTi onh Fine Carriages, Gentle Teams and Saddle Horses Furnished the Traveling Public at Reasonable I LIVINGSTON. .... MONTANA. LIVINGSTON HOTEL! JACOB KRAUSS, Props. The Only First-Class $2.00 a Da; House in Lvingston. Rooms Neatly Furnishet SÖ CHARLES EVERETT & CO., dealer in BEEF CATTLE «J ES, FIS, I COMMISSION MERCHANT. PROPRIETOR OT The Livingston Meat Market, ^ Side Main Street CORDON BROTHERS, « «r w .. DEALERS IN ALL IDS OF BUILDING HA 1 Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Native and Eastern Lumber, dressed and rough, Shing'* Lath, Pickets, Brick, Lime, Plaster Paris, Cement aud Plasterer's Hair, Building Paper, Bodine Roofing, Medal Brand Roofing, Paints, Oils. Store Fronts, Door and Window Frames Made to Order. I^Partics desiring to build and make payment on the Installment Flan Atkinson & Lahm, —DEALERS IN— CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, LAMP^j Stoves, Tinware, Etc. tinning done: to ord^ EIVIHGSTO*'