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«in UtofVE. •pai l I ti IM p.m depart, arriif, at.>ttii I j J l.ivin«»»!» ,-,-k days Iroiii S a. in. to 7:30 in. , r .l«*r and register Imsiness trans h s m t<>7:30 p. in , week days. '„Ù west will close at 9:00a m j,,« past will close at7:30 p. in. ..'.■lii.-rj will lie open on Sundays and «.lu II to I- a in. local layout. Bi.nk of Livingston pays 8 per posits. Aid society will meet at lurch Wednesday, Oct. 29, Mrs. N I is enlarging her r i street inking it a full sidewalk is being h nf 11 street, between two-storj j id on the Park and flint child of Mr. and Mrs. E. «licil on Friday last and was I Saturday. . Bros, are building an annex ,rick residence on C street, oc y I!. T. Smith. ■ ■«>. six wheel swit'-h engines for mm Union composed a part of ;i \ *s west bound freight. r foundation for the Living . annex is completed and in for the brick masons to begin ork. filler wee. - Gamier ijury to I sustained irst of the „ as usual at ext Sunday at 11 « ning subject: r money makes ad of potatoes imposed a part suffering from a right arm and a fall while bunt the Baptist a. m and 7:30 "Labor and the mare go." and other veg rlit of the frei finit», Thursday. They were con «I Annin A Burlingame and were «I on the ranch <>f Lemuel it Mission. «ling of tho railroad employes I Miimlav evening at which 8260 «•■I to meet the immediate needs widow of .Janus Theroux. A ( (> was also appointed to solicit niil from the business men of past irk Coal company of Red annual report with the und recorder Monday. The the capital stock to be 82, the full amount paid in. if existing debts does not The llockj I Lmlge tiled it county clerk a report slenvi The amount exceed 845.000. ,). V. Nye. who came over from Castle last week, submitted to an operation for the removal of a growth from his eye that threatened to destroy the sight. The oiierat ion was successfully perform ed mi Monday by l>rs. Collins & Wells, and he is now rapidly improving. Workmen have been engaged the past »•eek upon the Main street front of I. Orschel A Bro. 's store building, tearing it down preparatory to putting in a glass and iron front in both stories. When completed it will add materially to the appearance of that portion of the street. The annual meeting of the Volunteer Mining and Smelting company was held at the oiliee of I listrict Clerk Emmons Tuesday evening when the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Frank Henry; vice president. J. C. Vilas; treasurer, E. H. Talcott: secretary, James A. Bailey; general manager. Joseph Reed. Locomotive No. 544 was derailed and partially overturned in the yards Sun day night. it was in charge of Engi neer Veaton. who in attempting to run it nut on the main track encountered an ''pen switch, with the above result. Aside from u slight injury received by Mr. Yeat on no one was hurt, and but slight damage resulted to the engine. A. A H. Pemberton last week pur ' ased the lumber yard in this city and the saw mill on the upper Yellowstone ^Sherman A - Collins. He has since dis |»isednf the saw mill to Lombard & Lyle, who will continue to operate it Mr. Pemberton has assumed control of the yards in Livingston and will be as 8l8 ted in their management by Daniel I Donovan. Conductor F. J. Harper met with an aillent at Springdale Monday night »hii'li resulted in the loss of the little uoger nf | us right hand. He was at * ,n I'ting to make a coupling on his ■inn when he slipped and fell, but fort uaatelv succeeded in getting clear of e tnuk with the exception of his hand. ^'atne to Livingston where his wound ** kiven attention by Dr. Alton, the ^fflpany surgeon. Uiuiuas Lenihan, Sr., beats all prévi ns records for large vegetables, grown ' c hi*garden in Riverside addition. On •lomlay he brought to the Enterprise a turnip that weighed twenty k'Unfis and a potato just four and a half fight. During the past P 'Unds •sason raised eighty sacks of pota Gffiom a patch of ground 65x140 feet. ' a,ani ' certainly excels in the pro '-U'-tion of large vegetables as well as in * * quantity of the yield. L 'n. \\ \\- |)j xon< the democratic " c 'Ldate for congress, and \V. Y. Pem * r '" n > "f Butte, addressed the people Kingston on Fjiday night of last 011 the political issues of the day. ; "ere greeted by a fairly good au u Lieh accorded them a patient earin k. They talked about the tariff, Slllt ' r an, i precinct 34, but offered noth ^ ni * w and left the impression that the OQi °Lject of the democrats is to antag ^ every measure enacted bv the re ^ican party. . / a, nes A. Hailey, secretary of the Vol '*h 1 nin K uonipany of this city, re b'l'l ' a '''ttcr Thursday from Joseph lotifvi at it be ply the the manager of tho mine at Castle, • U| K hitti that ore had been struck '.I,*, " tUnne *- Lut that the exact size of could not be ascertained until ' '* the tunnel had been straight «I«,] TI is is good news to the the is in that to was In fnr Sic stockholders of the Volunteer company, and they are to be congratulated upon the result of their development. 1 Married nn n . , 04 , H Beal and \ ° dames Ïnï F - Bums, Justice I M m. H. Red field officiating. The W. C. T. U. meets at the Y. M. C. j A - roonis the first and third Friday of J every month at 3 o'clock p. m. Wesley Ricketts is adding a second Story to his residence in Riverside ad dition and otherwise same. improving the in. Bovee & Fust have purchased the tonsorial parlor of Byron Smith, and will hereafter conduct the business of that establishment. Robert McCuen and Mrs. Mary M. Pfohl were married in thiscitv cm Thurs day. October 23, 1890, Justice W H. Kedtield officiating. Oeorge and Reuben Meigs returned : ; ; iam i from a trip to the Boulder on Thursday j ami brought with them a fine specimen j of silver tip bear as a result of their excursion. At tho supreme council of Scottish Rite Masons, in session at Washington on Wednesday, W. C. Fowler of this j city was elected a member of the thirty-* third degree. George T. Collins has purchased the : i I ! I ; of interest of his partner, John McLaugh j he lin in the blacksmith and wagon shop, ! and will heraafter conduct the business can was to to to fell who tion on his own responsibility. The young ladies of the Congrega tional church will give an oyster supper and social in the Albemarle annex build ing on next Wednesday evening. Music and a first class time in general. The extensive coal sheds of the North ern Pacific at Billings caught fire from sparks of a passing locomotive Wednes- | in day night and were entirely consumed, together with about 1,000 tons of coal. There will be a meeting of Phil Sher idan Camp, Sons of Veterans, at their hall on Monday evening nextat 8o'clock sharp. A full attendance is desired, as business of importance will be trans acted. Tlie Green Blakely has purchased a half interest in the Livingston dray and ex press line with Benj. V. Clark. J. \V. Patton has assumed management of the business and will promptly attend to all orders entrusted to him. Marriage licenses have been issued the past week by District Clerk Em mons to Samuel Deloyer and Anna Garr of Cokedale; Robert McCuen and Mary M. Pfohl of Horr, and to Dani Joseph and Mary Shaffer of Livingston. Troop A Captain Bomus in command passed through Livingston Tuesday on their way to Fort Custer. They have been stationed in the Park during the past season to assist the troops under Captain Boutellein doing police service. The report of the Livingston National bank which appears in this issue shows an increased business as compared with former reports and one that is certainly flattering when it is considered that it is a comparatively new institution, hav ing been in existence only about one year. Through some oversight we failed to give notice of the marriage of Charles R. Nichols of this city and Miss Hattie Crandell of Warrensbourgh, N. Y., on the 9th day of August. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. W. Van Ingen of this city at the ranch of Mrs. Dun ham near Big Timber. Journal: Annual meetings of com panies operating at Castle are announc ed as follows: The Great Eastern at White Sulphur Springs, November 17; the Cumberland at White Sulphur Springs, November 15; the Judge at White Sulphur Springs, October 25, and the Amelia, same date and place. The Carver Mercantile company has been merged into the Stebbins Mercan tile Company. The "change brings to the management of this establishment C. H. Stebbins, whose demonstrated business ability is sufficient guarantee that it will lose none of its former pres tige as a leading institution in Park county. j of The Caroline Gage and Harry F. Keene company of players returned on Saturday last from their tour of the Park and in the evening presented the play of Damon and Pythias at Fowlie's hall. On Monday they departed for Bozeman where during the past week they have been playing an engagement in the new opera house. Thomas S. Ash of this city has se cured the franchise for a water system at White Sulphur Springs. The matter had been under consideration for some time and was definitely settled last week by a vote of the city council of that place. The water company agree to furnish the city with water for fire pur poses, seventeen hydrants for 860 a year apiece. All over seventeen will be 850. Water for domestic use will be 81 per month for each faucet, and parties us ing large amounts of w-ater wiil pay for it by the 100 gallons. The pressure will be sufficient for all purposes in any por tion of the town. R. D. Kinney of Shields River was in the city Thursday with a new riding at tachment for plows, a device of his in ention and one upon which he will ap ply for letters patent. The invention consists of a cross piece attached to the beam of the plow at one end and sup ported at the other with a wheel. Upon this attachment a seat is provided for the driver, who regulates the depth of the furrow by a lever which connects with the end of the plow beam. The machine is simple and cheap of construc tion and will prove advantageous to far mers as its practicability was clearly demonstrated by a test made upon ground west of the city. Quebec (Ont.) Daily Telegraph: Last evening the academy of music was crowded with a very intelligent and ap preciative audience to bear Gorton's Minstrels, which is without any doubt the finest company of the kind that has visited the city of Quebec for many years. Every member of the company is a finished professional. The singing in the first part, both sentimental and comic, was highly appreciated by the audience. A very unusual thing was that each singer was obliged to respond to the calls for an encore. The end men were simply immense. They kept the house in continual laughter with their jokes and funny sayings, and one feature was very noticeable, there was an ab sence of everythig that was not refined. In fact the whole performance was of such a gentlemanly standard that the most sensitive lady could not find room fnr remark The performance and mu Sic on the whole is of the highest order. A 1 * liverv , upon 1 Kirbv became 1 ' * Came team belonging to W. F. unmanageable near the passenger depot Saturday by the break ln 6 °f a breast-strap and started east along P ark street at a lively gait. When C. of ad the the and of M. in front of the Merchants hotel they made a sudden turn, throwing the oc cupants. Mrs. H. H. Smith, her two : children and the driver forcibly to the «round. Fortunately all escaped in jury except Mrs. Smith, who wassevere ; 1> bruised alxmt the body and sustained a bad wound above to right eye. She "as taken to Kirby's hotel where she ; received medical attention from Dr. G. K. \\ ells. Mrs. Smith had just arrived j from Minneapolis to join her husband, ! " ho is employed at Sherman & Collins'! saw mill on the upper Yellowstone, and j was on her way to that camp when the i accident occurred. I he democrats held another "grand rally' Monday night which was ad j i j dre.ssed by W. D. Hill, an ex-congress man of Ohio, and Barrister Luce of Bozeman. The speech of Mr. Hill was : the best exposition of the democratic i position yet heard in Livingston, as it was a consistent defense of free wool I and lead as advocated by that party. ! Not being a resident of Montana and I therefore uninterested in tlie protection ; of the lead miners of the United States j he did not dod 2 e this question, but op ! enly adv . ocated free trade with Mexico, thuK inviting the com P et >on for Ameri can labor of the peons employed in the mines of those countries He was fol lowed by a short and feeble effort by Judge Luce, who in the belief that he was highly amusing, attempted to cast odium upon the record of Congressman Carter, and insinuated that the failure to secure a railroad right of way to to Cooke City was due to Helena's grasp policy and the loyalty of Mr. Carter to that city. In this the speaker made a dismal failure and his effort fell exceedingly flat upon the audience who were too familiar with this ques tion to permit of successful pettifoggery. | in and but w can as \V. A GUAM) DEMONSTRATION. Tlie First Republican Rally of ihe Cam paign a Ilrllliant .Success. The first political rally of the republi cans in this city was held on Tuesday evening and was a success in every par ticular. In the evening the streets were ablaze with enthusiasm. An imposing torch light procession formed on Park street and headed by the band marched through the principal streets which were illuminated with a brilliant pyro technic display. Arriving at the hall the speakers were escorted to the stage which had been handsomely and ap propriately decorated with the national colors, while appropriate mottos adorned the walls. The hall was rapidly filled, all the available seating and standing room being occupied, and many com pelled to remain upon the outside. The meeting was opened by Chairman S. Deutsch, who introduced Hon. William M. Thompson of this city as the first speaker. Mr. Thompson confined his talk exclusively to the tariff, which he handled in an able manner as was evi denced by the applause that greeted the numerous telling points he scored in favor of protecting home industries. At ihe close of his speech the chairman announced the next speaker as one who would need no formal introduction to the audience- Senator W. F. Sanders. This was followed by a fresh burst of enthusiastic applause. Senator San ders stepped to the front of the plat form and for over an hour and a half held the large audience by one of those masterly efforts for which he is noted He arraigned the democratic party for its failure to give the people a pledge of what it proposed to do should they be successful at the election, and stagma j tized it as a party of negation. He then entered into a discussion of the tariff, and clearly showed the beneficial effect of protection in the past and the advan tages to be gained in the future. As an instance he cited the tin plate industry, and showed conclusively how its manu facture had been crushed out in the United States by the British manufact urers who took advantage of its free admission to glut thG market and re of duce the price whenever an attempt was made to produce it in this country His treatment of local state matters was no less effective than that of national questions. In a forcible manner he portrayed the revolutionary action of Governor Toole in his attempt to fore stall the proceedings of the legislature by the inauguration of his Yale lock assembly, and the subsequent flight from the state of the democratic sen ators. The speech was enthusiastically re ceived throughout, and judging from the success that attended this, the first republican rally of the campaign, Park can be safely counted upon to sustain her reputation as the banner republi can county of the state. A Fatal Wreck. A frightful wreck occurred on the Northern Pacific near Hopper's Station and about eight miles west of this city at eight o'clock Monday morning. As freight train No. 52, with Conductor James Dunn, was coming down the hill from the tunnel the locomotive jumped the track and was followed by twenty c ars of the twenty-seven comprising the train. The engine and cars were all piled up within a distance of three or four car lengths, and to the height of nearly fifty feet. The engine was turned over upon its right side, crushing the en gineer, James Theraux, underneath, and confining him where he was terribly burned by the escaping steam. The fireman, Richard Dundan, made his escape through the window- of the cab, having sustained but slight bruises, while the brakeman on top of the cars were equally fortunate in escaping un injured. Word was at once sent to this city and an engine and caboose dis patched to the scene of the wreck with Dr. R. D. Alton, the company surgeon, and everything possible done to allay the sufferings of the unfortunate engin eer. Although his injuries were neces sairly fatal he was conscious when dis covered by the train crew and remained in that condition until in the afternoon when death relieved him of his terrible agony. The body was brought to the undertaking establishment of Krieger & Co., in this city and embalmed prepar atory to the funeral which took place Wednesday afternoon. Deceased had been but a short time a resident of this city, where he leaves a wife and five children. Owing to the accident the passengers with the mail and baggage of Monday's west bound mail train was transferred at Hopper's, ahd Tuesday's train was held at this place until late in the after noon when the wreckage had been re moved and the track rebuilt. The acci dent is supposed to have been caused by the spreading of the rails. F. the east PEBSONAL POINTS. oc two the in G. j ! j Hon. C. P. Blakely of Bozeman was in the city Monday. Frank D. Merrill of Helena was in the city Thursday. A. T. French was among arrivals from Cooke Friday evening. James Connell, the Chico merchant, j was in the city Monday, i J. H. Buskett of Helena was regis tered at the Albemarle Tuesday. W. A. Imes of Bozeman was in attend ance at the district court Thursday. Hon. Peter Breen of Jefferson county was in Livingston the first of the week. J. H. Bacon, one of the rustling busi ness men of Castle, was in the city yes ! f | I j i terday. The Howell Bros., Henry and James, j came down from Cooke Wednesday on a business visit. Lambert Maegele, publisher of the Montana Staats-Zeitung, of Helena, was in the city Tuesday. Dr. J. H. Fox, manager of the Rocky Fork Coal company at Red Lodge, w as in the city on Saturday last. D. P. Van Horne, of the firm of Van Horne & Harris, proprietors of the Meyersburg hostelry, was in the city Wednesday. Miss Ella Russell, who has been visit ing with Mrs. R. D. Alton during the past summer departed Tuesday for Portland, Oregon. M. H. W T . Brow-n w-ent up to Mulherin creek Thursday to accept a position as draughtsman with the Montana Coal and Coke company. George Keifer, formerly of this city but now engaged in the butcher busi ness at Bozeman, was a visitor in Liv ingston the past week. Hon. Geo. M. Hatch and R. B. Briggs were among residents of Big Timber w ho were in attendance at the republi can rally Tuesday night. 1, lots tion 7, to 4, 8300. 14 lots Uncle John Yancey, mine host of the Pleasant Valley hotel in the Yellowstone National Park, was among his Living ston friends the past week. S. P. Tunnell and son of Mission started Wednesday with a four horse load of vegetables which they will dis pose of in the Castle market. W. R. Nichols, of the merchandising firm of Nichols & Chittenden, at Cooke, was in the city Thursday on his return from the western part of the state. Col. David Noble and wife came down from Cooke Thursday evening, where the colonel has been looking after min ing interests during the past season. John Harvat returned' Monday even ing from the Park, whither he went to settle up his season's contract for fur nishing meat to the Park association. Fireman Parker returned Monday from Brainerd, where he has been con fined at the Northern Pacific hospital with a severe attack of rheumatism. County Commissioner G. T. Lamport was in the city Monday, having com pleted his Btirveys on the Crow reserva tion and in the eastern part of the county. Mrs. F. W. Wright and sons, Fred and Ray, with Horace Bartlett, started Tuesday for California. They were ac companied as f ar as Missoula by Mr. Wright. Mrs. H. Gassert came down from Cooke Friday evening to join her hus band. Mr. and Mrs. Gassert will prob ably again reside in Livingston during the winter. W. Arthur Davis, the poet and miner of Castle, w as in the city yesterday. Mr. Davis has been successful in his mining ventures and has secured interests in promising property in that rich camp. B. F. Myers, formerly a member of the extensive stockgrowing firm of My ers Bros, and a resident of Shields valley, but now of Missouri, has been a wel come visitor among his Park county friends the past week. James Martin, as ly er car the gan, m. m. 12 at on James Martin, as a representative of the Brotherhood of Firemen of this city, went to Helena Sunday to superintend the care of Engineer H. H. Mayhew, in jured in the accident on the Boulder branch Thursday of last week. Samuel Bundock, who has been en gaged upon contract survey work on the Crow reservation, came up to Living ston on Thursday. He will finish his surveys within the next ten days or two weeks and return to this city for the winter. Col. E. Lamartine came down from the Park Monday evening where he is in charge of government work. He states that work upon the roads is being vigorously pushed and material im provement made in the thoroughfares of that reservation. W. F. Stone came down from Cooke Friday and is preparing to go to Min neapolis for a course of medical treat ment during the winter. He is slowly recovering from hi6 affiction of paralysis, and believes that with a proper course of treatment he will be fully restored to health. H. J. Griffin of Castle was in town Monday on his return from a visit to Helena. Having disposed of his mer cantile business at Castle, Mi. Griffin will devote his entire attention to the numerous mining interests in which he is interested in that great carbonate camp. Chief Clerk Barstow of the Crow agency, who has been visiting friends in this city the past week, departed for Tacoma Thursday to visit relatives. During ten years' service in his present position this is the first time Mr. Bar stow has enjoyed a leave of absence from his post of duty. Ernest Greiger came over from Robin son Monday, where he is now engaged with his partner in conducting a board ing house. He states that even more activity is apparent in the mines around Robinson than in the neighboring camp of Castle, and more men are engaged in the development of the rich and promis ing properties of the district J. F. Seiberling of Akron, Ohio, spent several days in the city the past week. He is an old acquaintance of Senator Sanders and had the pleasure of hearing him address ihe citizens of Livingston Tuesday night on the political issues. Both gentlemen were residents of Ak ron when the republican party was in its infancy, and were associated together in the formation of the first young men's republican club of of that city. in the Real Estate and Minin« Transfers. The following transfers have been filed with the county clerk and recorder ! the past week: f Isabella L. E. Anderson and J. Pear | son Anderson to J. A. Savage, lots 14 I and 15, block 34, Livingston: 8*275. j J. A. Savage to H. R. Whitehall, one i half of lots 14 and 15, block 34. Living ston; 8150. John Anderson and Alonzo M. Harris to Stepen Perrine, lots 11 and 12, block 24, Big Timber; 8125. Wright & Bartlett to F. W. Wright, lot 26, block 62, Livingston; 81,000. Northern Pacific railroad company to Charles W. Savage, lots 17, 18, 19 and 20, block 36, Livingston ; 8400. Stephen Tredennick to Thomas Mc Keever, two-thirds interest in the Little Darling and one-half interest in the j Emma quartz lodes, New World district; consideration nominal, Owen Teeters and wife to Fidelia A. Locke, west half of southwest quarter and east half of southwest quarter of section 30, township 2 south, of range 12 east; 81,000. L. A. Mirrielees to M. L. Hatch, lots 1, 2,3, 4 and 5, block M, Boulder addi- j tion to Big Timber, and lot 1, Big Tim- j ber. j L. A. Mirrielees to Jacob Ilalvorson, j lots 11 and 12, block E, Boulder addi tion to Big Timber; 880. L. A. Mirrielees to Henry Bush, lots 16,17, 18,19 and 20, block 27, and lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, block M, Boulder addition to Big Timber; 8200. Ralph W. Kavanaugh and Matilda Kavanaugh to John G. Hinkel, one tenth interest in the Grubstake mining claim, New World district. Louis Weigel and Ely Ruben to Eliz abeth A. Stoel, lots 17,18,19 and 20, block 37, Livingston; 1,200. Isaac D. McCutcheon and wife to Thomas E. Shafer, lots 15 and 16, block 4, Gardiner; 870. Joseph B. Annin and wife to Thomas McLaughlin, lot 11, block 93, Livingston; 8300. J. L. Work to Jerome Williams, lots 14 and 15, block 102, Livingston ; 8200. Jerome Williams to Mary C. Williams, lots 14 and 15, block 102, Livingston; 8700. j I ! j our At for at and tion, is son's. of oy Park Court Notes. Tuesday James Morris was mulcted in the sum of 822.30, fine and costs, for disturbing the peace, by Justice Hosford. In default he was committed. Charles Williams was arrainged on Monday in Police Magistrate Hosford's court and convicted of being drunk up on the streets on the previous 'day. As it was his second offense, he was as sessed a fine and trimmings, amounting to 817, in default of which he was com mitted to work upon the streets. Upon complaint of Martin D. Kelly a warrant was issued by justice Hosford Wednesday, for the arrest of B. V. Clark charging him with disturbing the peace in the neighborhood of Mr. Kelly's res idence. Clark was arrainged Thursda, and entered a plea of not guilty, and upon agreement of the attorneys, the case was set for hearing November 6th In Justice Kedtield's court Wednes day, Robert McCuen was arrainged on a charge of assault and battery, preferred against him by William H. Pfohl. The assault complained of occurred in the upper Yellowstone. The evidence clear ly substantiated the charge and McCuen was assessed a fine of 825 which togetl er with costs amounting to 8113, he paid and was discharged. Another Fatal Accident. While assisting the wrecking crew clearing the debris from the track at the scene of the accident at Hopper's sta tion Monday afternoon, Brakeman E. M. Purcival was instantly killed. A freight car that was being raised slipped from the hydraulic jacks and fell back to its former position, catching the unfortu nate man underneath and crushing him upon the trucks. The deceased was well known in this city, where he had resided in the employ of the Northern Pacific. His relatives reside at Michi gan, to which place his body was sent Wednesday eveding for interment. Church Notice. Services at St. Andrew's church to morrow as usual at 11 a. m, and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12:30 p. m. The seats are free and all are welcome. Congregational: Preaching at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at 12 m. Young people's prayer meeting at 6:30 p. m. General prayer meeting on Tuesday evening. of Annonncement. To the Citizens of Park County and Vicinity: We beg to announce that af ter November 1,1890, we will succeed to the business of the Carver Mercantile company and will continue the same on a strictly cash basis. Goods will be sold strictly for cash and at cash prices, and at the lowest possible margin al lowed by a minimum of expense and loss and always for wholesale prices. Hav ing abundant capital, we are enabled to buy our goods for spot cash, and coming into possession of the lirgest and finest stock of general merchandise in eastern Montana on the above date, we cordially invite all to call and examine our goods and prices. They will speak for them selves, and we are confident that if com pared to any others in the county, either as to quality or prne, they will appreci ate in your estimation. We do not in tend to give them away; we sell them only for cash on delivery. You will not help support those unwilling to pav for what they get when you buy from us. In a few days we will have out a price list, to which we would most respect fully invite your attention and careful inspection. You will find it worth the trouble. Respectfully yours, Stebbins Mercantile Co. Lost. A gold bar breastpin, (flowered) Oct. 14, in Livingston. Finder will be liber ally rewarded by leaving the same at this office. . C. W. Forester, The watchmaker, jeweler and engraver, Park street, Livingston, has a full and complete stock of diamonds, watches, clocks, silverware and jewelry, also spec tacles and eyeglasses. Fine watch work a specialty. All work promptly and properly attended to. Reduced. The Bank of Livingston have reduced the price of rent for safety deposit boxes to two dollars per year. C. S. Hefferlin, Cashier. A SPECIAL MENTION. For Rent— Commodious office room in the Enterprise block. Smoke Garnier's fragrant Havana Bo quet cigars. Have your piano tuned and repaired while a skillful and conscientious work man is in town. A nasal injector free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. At J. E. Ferte's. 2 Stop paying fancy prices for fishing tackle and go to Peterson's. For good, cheap shoes got to Mayne's. Patronize home industry and smoke Garnier's cigars. For fishing tackle outfits go to Peter son's. You can get a lance wood rod and reel for 83.50 to 84.50 at Peterson's. Pillsbury Beet Flour Bros. at Thompson Stop paying fancy* prices for fishing tackle and go to Peterson's. Monarch Brand" of fruits and vegeta bles at Thompson Bros. 14 to j j j j j For dyspepsia and liver complaint you I have a printed guarantee on every bot ! tie of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to cure. At J. E. Ferte's. 2 More coal miners wanted at the Horr j coal mines immediately. Apply at once, Park Coal & Coke Co. Horr Mont. Mrs. S. B. Worral desires to give no tice to the parties who removed two stoves and other furniture from the hall in front of her rooms in the Donnelly building, that the same must be re turned at once or she will resort to legal measures to compel their return. Our optical department is in charge of Dr. H. L. King, a very competent and experienced optician, who will visit Liv ingston occasionally for us. Parties liv ing at a distance should send for his system for fitting glasses by mail. Tue Steinmetz Jewelry Co., Helena. Electric Light flour never fails to give satisfaction. Sold only by Hefferlin Bros. Mrs. McClatchy invites the ladies to call and see her fall and winter goods comprising all the latest styles of trim med and untrimmed hats and fancy goods. Main street. Carload of fine red apples just re ceived at Hefferlin's. Get your winter's supply early. The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure." At J. E. Ferte's. 2 Second hand heating and cook stove for sale cheap by Hefferlin Bros. Best cabinet photos 82.00 per dozen at Benjamin's. Abbie & Imbries' celebrated fishing tackle kept only by Peterson. * Get your fishing tackle at Peterson's. A good split bamboo rod fnr 86.00 at Peterson's. A. Mayne's is headquarters for gloves and mittens. Are you made miserable by indiges tion, constipation, dizziness, loss of ap petite, yellow skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive cure. At J. E. Ferte's. 2 For fishing tackle outfits go to Peter son's. Choice coffees and teas a specialty at Krieger & Co's. "Livingston Sport," the favorite brand of cigars, are manufactured exclusively oy Charles Gamier at his Livingston, Park county, factory. for on as a a The best cigars in town for the money at Peterson's. Go to Mayne's for your fine furnish ing goods. Why will you cough, when Shiloh's Cure will givo immediate relief? Price 10 cents, 50 cents and 81, at J. E. Ferte's. 2 Abbie & Imbries' celebrated fishing tackle kept only by Peterson. Get your fishing tackle at Peterson's. If you want to buy a second-hand umber wagon cheap, go to Mayne's. When baby was sick, we gave her Castoria, When she was a child, she cried for Castoria, When sue became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When she had children, she gave them Castoria. A good split bamboo rod for 86.00 at Peterson's. Lovers of fragrant Havana or choice domestic cigars will consult their in terests by using "Livingston Sport" and "Boquet" brands, manufactured for the local trade by Charles Gamier. "Hackmatack," a lasting and fragrant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents, at J. E. Ferte's. 2 The attention of property owners is invited to the list of standard fire insur ance companies represented by A. R. Joy. You can get a lance wood rod and reel for 83.50 to 84.50 at Peterson's. Allan R. Joy advertises some special bargains in real estate. Call and investi gate. Crescent creamery butter at Thomp son Bros. A. Mayne has just received a large lot of white goods and Hamburgs. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, a positive cure for catarrh, diphtheria and canker mouth, at J. E. Ferte's. 2 A new line of prints, satins and ging hams at Mayne's. All persons are hereby cautioned not to remove or take away from the Yel lowstone river any saw logs belonging to me. 8-9 E. Lamartine. The best lime is furnished by the Liv ingston Lime Works. O. Mattson. Shiloh's Cure will immediately relieve -roup, whooping cough and bronchitis. At J. E. Ferte's. 2 The confidence of people who have tried Hood's Sarsaparilla, in this prepara tion, is remarkable. It has cured many who have failed to derive any good whatever from other articles. For dis eases caused by impure blood or low state of the system it is unsurpassed. 7 Is William Hruza, having resumed the butcher business and associated himself with the firm of Harvey & Co. in con ducting the People's Meat Market, is desirous of thanking his old friends for past favors and solicits their future patronage at his new location, assuring them courteous and fair treatment. The People's Market will be supplied at all times with the choicest meats, and pa trons can rely upon getting just what is ordered. & 4 KJN 6 POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all m leavening strength.—1 : . S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 38JS«. L OST—Somewhere between Judge Henry's residence and Major F. D. Pease ranch, or between the latter place and the Northern Pacific machine shops, on Friday, October 24th, a lady's gold watch with chain anil ball charm attached. A suitable reward will be paid for its return to this office. POTTS & WEBSTER Real Estate ! INSURANCE AND Financial Agents. THE HARRIS BARBER SHOP CHANGED HANDS. Having secured an interest in the barber shop formerly owned by Harris & Smith, on the west side of Main street, in the Hefferlin block, and having re modeled and refitted it, we propose giv ing the business our personal attention, and we will strive to retain all the old customers, and as many new ones as may favor us. We Guarantee Satis faction. BOVEE & FUST. you bot fails Horr no two re Anti another one built into the Carver Mercantile Company's STORE! Fully equipped with the latest stjles and best assortment of goods in the city. Our lines are complete in all departments of the store, and for the next 60 days we will sell anything in Gents' Furnishing Goods, -Such as Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Overshirts, White Shirts, Suspenders, Hosiery, Neckwear, Collars, Cuffs, Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc. At a great sacrifice. This a fact anti not misleading talk, is Joy. reel lot to 7 is OUR DRYGOODS EMPORIUM Is very complete, and in the line of Ladies' and'Cliildren's Shoes we are loaded down, and must close out and will sell at greatly reduced prices. Where there is smoke there must be fire. Come and get our prioes and be convinced that this is not * the oid advertising ''gag." We have also added to our Grocery Department Some of the choicest brands of vegetables that are put m tin cans. Come and get a can of our Red Coat Toma whfre an tK Honey P ro P Coi ' n ' and tell your neighbors where they can buy the finest goods in the market. We have purchased an entirely new brand of California Fruits That are superior to any ever offered to the trade. From this on we mean business and prices and quality of goods must speak for themselves. Call or frite is for Prices. We will Gnarantee Satisfaction.