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MONTANA NEWS.
Independent: The Montana company
(limited) has filed its annual report with
the secretary of state. It shows: Capi
tal stock, £600,000, of which £400,000 is
paid in: assets, £737,375; liabilities, £11,
281. The assets include the Drum Lum
mon and other mines, £553,443; plant
and machinery, £153,481; cash, £7,240;
bullion and concentrates, £8,126; stores.
£15,085.
A fire broke out Sunday morning at
Bozeman in the row of frame buildings
at the corner of Main and Bozeman
streets, owned hy Lewis Kruger, King
Bros, and Samuel Lewie, occupied by
Sweet & Orton, saloon; John Graham,
barber, and L. W. McPherson, paints
and oils. The damage to the Kruger
building is alxiut 8800, with $500 insur
ance. Graham & McPherson's loss is
light and fully covered by insurance.
At Anaconda on Tuesday Peter Wil
son attempted suicide by shooting him
self in the breast with a pistol. He was
taken to the St. Annis'hospital where.he
now lies in a critical condition. He was
about 35 years old, an Englishman by
birth, and has a medal which he says
was sent to him by Queen Victoria for
bravery in rescuing a man from drown
ing while he was in the British navy.
The cause of his attempted self destruc
tion is believed to be disappointment in
love.
A Missoula dispatch of the 18th says:
At the trial of the Indian murderer,
Pascal, today the identity of the hereto
fore unknown victim came to light by
the testimony of Mr. G. M. Scott of Post
Falls, Idaho. He identified the clothing
found with the remains as the same
worn by James W. Dunn of Iowa, when
he left his hotel at Post Falls on June
22, 188!), for the Flathead country to
look up a location. He was a man about
50 years old, wore a gold watch and
Knight Templar charm, and Mr. Scott
says that the man had about $2,000 in
his possession.
The trial of John Evans for the killing
of David Davis at Butte in July last re
sulted in the acquittal of the accused
on Saturday last. Davis was a large
man and had attacked Evans before the
fatal affray, knocking him down several
times. They afterwards met in front of
the Clarendon saloon, when Davis re
peated the attack and was stabbed by
Evans in the abdomen, inflicting what
proved to be a fatal wound. The in
jured man lived several days and as two
sets of surgeons operated on him, a fight
between them ensued and their charges
against each other of having really
caused the death of Davis assisted ma
terially in the closing events.
Great Falls Tribune: The labor ques
tion seems to be almost entirely settled,
Reports received from the various em
ployers are to the effect that many of
the men who went out have returned or
their places have been filled and that
work is progressing as usual. As a re
suit of the conference on Friday be
tween Mr. Eilers and workmen of the
Union smelter the men have returned
to work and the smelter will soon be in
full operation. It is understood that no
change was made in wages, with the ex
ception of White & McSherry, who had
a few $2.25 men whose pay was increas
ed to 82.50 and at the Union smelter the
furnace men had been receiving $3.00.
It was Mr. Eilers' intention to pay these
men $3.25, but through some misunder
standing they had not received that
amount. With this change all the men
went back in the smelter.
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A democratic paper recently took for
its text the statement that when Secre
tary Windom bought up .$10,000,000 of
bonds to relieve the money stringency
he paid a premium of 25 and cents,
or about $4,000,000. It was claimed
that this was a generous gift to the
bondholders and that the $4,000,000
came out of the people in taxes. This
statement properly w orked would prove
a democratic boomerang. When Secre
tary Windom took charge of the treas
ury a democratic administration w'as
paying a premium of 29 cents on every
dollar of bonds purchased. The 25 or
26}^ cents premium is less than the in
terest on the bonds would be if they
should run until their maturity. The
$4,000,000 would be paid in interest
during the next ten or twenty years
This purchase of bonds is no new thing
and has been in progress under republi
can and democratic administrations
Any attempt to make capital out of the
recent bond purchases shows ignorance
on the part of the person manufactur
ing campaign thunder on this subject.'
CASTLE NOTES.
fFrom the Reporter.l
The Cumberland mine employ over
sixty men in their different workings
and are pushing things with rapidity,
and will have one of the best equipped
mines in the state, and if we are not
mistaken, one of the largest ore pro
ducers, too.
The California people are sinking
their shaft deeper, and when the depth
is reached we think this will be one of
the great mines of the camp. They
have been cross-cutting through the ore
body, and it is found to be rich and ex
tensive.
Very flattering reports came in from
the American last evening, and we were
told by an old-time prospector that the
day was not far distant when the Ameri
can would be the best paying property
in the camp.
The American Mining company has
employed Mr. W. A. Davis to find the
lead from which comes the rich float
that has been found on their claims, and
he thinks he has it already. If that
should prove correct the American stock
is likely to advance briskly soon. If
they only find a small vein of this rich
ore, it will make this a very valuable
mine.
The Yellowstone Mining company ex
pect to be down 500 feet by spring, and
then they, too, can show to the world
ore bodies wonderful to behold. The
owners of this property have always re
garded this as one of the best mines in
Castle, and all they have to do is to
show this mine up to prove that their
judgment is correct.
Our merchants are experiencing great
difficulty at present, owing to the
scarcity of freight teams to haul their
goods from Livingston and it is reported
that over 300,000 is lying in the freight
office consigned to Castle merchants
awaiting freighters. One per cent, per
pound is being offered, and the Cumber
land offers $12 per ton for ore so that
teams can pe loaded each way.
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SYNOPSIS OF PROCKFD1NGS
Of the Board of County Commissioner*—
October Special Session.
Thursday, Oct. 16, 1890.
Board met according to call. Present.
Chairman W. M. Wright, Com'r H. J.
Hoppe, Clerk S. Deutsch. Absent—
Com'r Geo. T. Lamport.
Resolved, that the order of this board
made at the June special term relating
to the issue of bonds be amended so as
to make the interest payable January
1st and July 1st of each year, instead of
February 2nd and August 2nd, in order
to comply with the statutes of the state
of Montana.
Resolved further, that the following
lie adopted and approved as the form of
bond, and all other form« heretofore
adopted be rescinded:
No...... Jl,«».
United States of America,
State of Montana, County of Park.
rrwDiNo BOND.
Know ali men hy these presents, That the
county of Park, in the state of Montana, for
value received, is indebted and firmly bound unto
Lambrecht Bros. & Co., or bearer, in the sum of
one thousand dollars, due and payable in lawful
money of the United States, on the second day of
August, A. D 1910, together with interest there
on at the rate of seven per centum oer annum,
payable semi-annually on the first day of Janu
ary and July of each year until the nrincipal sum
is paid. But the county of Park expressly re
serves the right to redeem and pay this bond at
any time after the second day of August, A. D.
1905, at its pleasure. The principal sum and in
terest thereon are payable at the office of the
treasurer of Park county, or at the Hanover Na
tional bank, in the city of New York, in the state
of New York, as the holder may elect. This
bond is one ot a series of ten bonds of
like tenor and denomination and of even date
herewith, being numbered from 71 to 80, both in
clusive, and issued for the purpose of redeeming
outstanding indebtedness, under authority of an
act of the thirteenth session of the legislative as
sembly of the territory of Montana, entitled an
"Act to authorize county commissioners to issue
bonds to redeem outstanding indebtedness," ap
proved March 6, 1883, and acts amendatory there
of, and by virtue of an order made by the board
of county commissioners of Park county, June
25, A. D. 1890, and it is hereby certified that all
acts and things required to be done precedent to
and in the issuing of this bond have been done
in regular and due form as required by law. And
the faith and credit and all the real and personal
property of the county of Park are pledged for
the prompt payment of the principal and interest
hereof at maturity
In testimony whereof the board of county com
missioners of said Park county have caused this
bond to be signed by theii chairman and the
treasurer of the county, and countersigned by the
clerk of said board, and th ■ county seal to be af
fixed thereto this second dav of August, A. 1).
1890- W. M. WRIGHT,
Chairman of the Board of County Commission
ers. F. W. WRIGHT,
I SEAL] County Treasurer
Attest:
S. Deutsch, County Clerk.
I, S. Deutsch, clerk ot the hoard ot countv
commissioners of Park county, Montana, do
hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was
adopted by the board of commissioners of
said Park county on the 16th day of October. 1890,
Witness my hand and seal.
[sea,..] s. DEUTSCH,
County Clerk and Recorder.
Road petition of J. N. Kelly et al.
Road commencing at a point on east
Duck creek at or near the ranch of J. N.
Kelly, thence by the most practicable
route through what is known as the
Duch creek pass to and across Shields
river to connect with the county road
on the west side thereof.
Approved and following road viewers
appointed to meet November 10,1890, to
view said road: J. H. Lowell, J. N.
Kelly and A. M. Clark.
Prosper Tessier road supervisor's re
port, laid over from last meeting, ap
proved. Prosper Tessier's bill as road
supervisor, laid over from last regular
meeting, allowed and warrant drawn on
road fund for $83.25.
Ordered that the amount of $11,161,
amount from sale of bonds, be put in
the contingent fund.
Ordered that the amount 812,218.96,
now in sinking fund be transferred to
the bond and interest fund.
Road viewers report of A. A. Berg
et al. approved and ordered road opened
as follows: Commencing at the north
% corner of section 18, township 4, north
range 14 east, thence west % of a mile,
thence north about 180 rods till we get
on the old road.
Report of S. B. Wyman et al. on road
near Cooke City approved and S. B.
Wyman, road supervisor, ordered to
post notices according to law.
Petition of A. T. French et al., in re
gard to the Cooke City road district No.
13, laid over.
Petition of D, N. Ely et al. for road as
follows: Commencing at the main road
south of Deep creek, running one mile
east, on the % section line of sections 36
and 31, approved and following road
viewers appointed to meet November 6,
1890: M. S. Ballinger, John R. Hathorn
and James Smith.
Road viewers report of D. N. Ely et al.
on road described as follows: Beginning
at Emigrant Hot Springs, thence by
present traveled road to southwest corner
section 32, township 5, south range 9
east, thence due east along township
line 100 chains, (with a right of way
through Davis' ranch in section 32 for
winter travel, going north 64 deg., east
21.60 chains, thence south 52 deg., east
14 chains to road, also a bend in road
16.50 chains, east of southwest corner
section 32 of north 60 deg., east 4 chains,
thence south 70 deg-, east 5 chains to
pass ravine,) thence north 71 deg., east
16 chains, thence north 61 deg., east 4
chains thence north 53^ deg., east 27
chains to bridge over Mill creek, thence
by the cut grade to top of bench, which
is ten chains from the bridge, thence
north 24 deg., east 5 chains, thence
north 1% deg., west 42 chains, thence
north 78 deg., west 5 chains into section
28, thence north 33 deg., west 7 chains,
thence north 13)£ deg., east 8.45 chains,
thence north 39 deg., east 10 chains,
thence north 25 deg., east 4 chains,
thence north \2 l A deg., east 5 chains,
thence north 32 deg., east 6.70 chains,
thence north 21 deg., east 1.20 chains,
thence north 62^ deg., west 4 chains,
thence north 26 deg., west 24.50 chains,
thence north 10% deg., west 25 chains,
thence north 44 deg., west 10 chains,
thence by the present traveled road to
southwest corner of northeast % of
northeast % of section 16, thence north
100 chains, thence east 10 ehainö, thence
by present traveled road to the county
road up the Yellowstone river. Approv
ed and road ordered established.
Bids for road at Harvat's ranch opened.
J. M. Moorman..............................«"MO
Kirkendall.................................. aoo
Contract awarded to J. M. Moorman,
he required to give bond in $500.
Contract let to C. F. Cady for bridge
across coulee 16 feet wide for $300. Bond
required, $600.
Ordered that Prosper Tessier, super
visor road district No. 16, open up county
road near Melville to Cook's ranch.
Board adjourned sine die.
S. Deutsch, County Clerk.
F.
RED LODGE NOTES.
[From the Picket.]
The surveyors are still at work sur
veying the southwestern portion of Red
Lodge.
The furniture for the school house of
this city has arrived and been put in the
school building.
The school directors have purchased
a large bell weighing three hundred
pounds. It will be put in place at once.
W. J. Anderson, the cattleman, re
cently purchased several hundred head
of young calves from J. R. Dilworth.
Two hundred and fifty fiat cars re
cently constructed for Rocky Fork coal
have arrived and will be used in the fu
ture for our coal alone. This arrange
ment will expedite the facilities in the
output of coal.
A
Registration Returns.
The registration as returned by the
agents of the following districts in Park
county is:
Livingston................................... 785
Uokedale..................................... 116
Meyersburg................................ 40
Fridley....................................... 35
I Cnico......................................... 59
: Big Timber................................... 117
j Cascade..................................... 61
! Springdale.................................. 9
I Red Lodge.................................. 309
I Cooke................................... 83
! Melville...................................... 74
A Ripe Old Age.
J. H. Holcomb and wife, of Belcher
ville, Texas, have celebrated their fifty
fifth wedding anniversary, and are still
hale and hearty. The secret of their
long life and good health is that they
correct any slight ailment promptly, and
in that way avoid serious sickness.
Like most every one else, they are more
frequently troubled with constipation
than any other physical disorder. To
correct this they take St. Patrick's Pills
in preference to any other, because, as
Mr. Holcomb says, "They are a mild pill
and, besides, keep the whole system in
good order. We prize them very highly."
For sale by J. E. Ferte, Livingston;
M<x>re & Co.. Big Timber; C. N. Sargent,
■Gardiner.
Persons who lead a life of exposure
are subject to rheumatism, neuralgia
and lumbago, and will find a valuable
remedy in Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic
Oil Liniment; it will banish pain and
subdue inflammation. For sale by M.
A. Peterson.
When you are constipated, with loss
of appetite, headache, take Dr. J. II.
McLean's Little Liver and Kidney Pil
lets. The* are pleasant to take and will
cure you; 25 cents a vial. For sale by
M. A. Peterson.
Faults of digestion cause disorders of
the liver, and the whole system becomes
deranged. Dr. J. H. McLean's Strength
ening Cordial and Blood Purifier per
fects the process of digestion and assim
ilation, and thus makes pure blood. For
sale by M. A. Peterson.
We find St. Patrick's Pills to be very
extra and to give general satisfaction.
They are now about the only kind called
for.—W. A. Wallace, Oasis, la. For
sale by J. E. Ferte, Livingston; Moore
& Co., Big Timber; C. N. Sargent, Gar
diner.
There may be persons in this com
munity who are at times troubled with
colic, or subject to attacks of bowel com
plaint. If so, they should try Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea rem
edy. It will afford almost instant relief,
and when reduced with water is pleas
ant to take. If taken as soon as the
first indication of the disease is felt it
will ward off the attack. Many people
use it in this way, and find that it never
fails them. A 25 or 50 cent bottle may
be obtained from J. E. Ferte, Living
ston; Moore & Co., Big Timber; C. N.
Sargent, Gardiner.
Our customers all speak highly in
praise of St. Patrick's Pills. They are
the best. Berry Bros., Carroll, Neb
raska. For sale by J. E. Ferte, Liv
ingston; Moore & Co., Big Timber; C. N.
Sargent, Gardiner.
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LIVINGSTON
Dray and Express Line.
8. V. CLARK, Prop'r.
Having purchased the business of J. W. Patton,
I am now prepared to attend to all dray
and transfer business in the city of Living
ston, promptly und to the satisfaction of
patrons.
B. V. CLARK.
A. L FOWLIE.
EUFtTTG-S
AND
DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES.
Lower Main Street,
Livingston,
Montana.
IB &
LIVERY, FEED
-AND
SALE STABLE.
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Having completed the equipment ot our new
barn, we are now prepared to fur
nish customers with
STYLISH TURNOUTS
Of all kinds at Reasonable Rates.
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BY THE DAY OR WEEK,
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Corner Second and Calendar St*.
LIVINGSTON. MONT.
F. W. Merrill, Bert Ford, F. D.
MERRILL. FORD & CO..
HELENA, MONT.
Clothing, Shirts aid Underwear to Order.
Will call npon our Livingston trade every
tnirtydays. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
_ r «jures In
J\ to & DAYS,
'üuirtolfccd cot to
I Stricture.
Big G is acknowledged
the leading remedy for
~ I A Gleet.
The only saie remedy for
Lencorrliœa or Whites.
I prescribe it and feel
ii/4 only by safe in recommending it
Hf4 odi. by saie in reenmme
1 The ÉXAH8 Che mical Co. to all sufferers.
CINCINNATI, oMHB A. J. STONER, M. D..
1 — Decatur. III.
Sold by Druggist*.
PRICE 91.00.
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A. CR00NQUIST, Prop.
A Full list of *11 the leading Daily Papers, Illus
trated Periodicals and Magazines.
California Fruits,
Confectionery,
Nuts, Etc.
Also National Park Views
and Specimens.
on
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A. B. LIND,
OD Mi
Estimates furnished on all kinds of work. Brick
work a specialty.
Manufacture Brick,
and will contract to supply; quantity
to suit purchasers, rr will lay
them in wall as may be
desired.
LIVINGSTON,
MONTANA.
RC. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Estimates Furnished on Application
-General Jobbing Phomptlt Attended to.—
Shop on Front Streot, north of the Northern Pa
-cific passenger depot,--
LIVINGSTON.
MONTANA.
THE NORTHWEST.
Homeseekers will find the last of the I
public domain of agricultural and |
grazing value along the Great North I
ern Ry. in North Dakota and Montana |
Lands.
New
Towns
I 100 or more, alongthe Great Northern
Railway Line. Business Chances.
Write F. I. Whitney, St. Paul, Minn.,
for bovks, maps, Ac. Write now.
Settlers on free government lands
along tlie Great Northern Ry. Line in
North Dakota and Montana get low
rates and fine markets for products. I
Low
Rates.
Hunt I Finest resorts in America along Great
In*, j Northern Rv. Line in Minnesota, Da
I kotas and Montnna. Best climate for
Fisliitnr. | health seekers.
Montana produces the finest horses j
and cattle. Free ranges yet in Mouse, j
Milk and Sun River valleys anil Sweet |
Grass Hills. I
Horses,
Cattle.
In Montana. Free lands, new towns,
new railways, new mines, low rates,
large area of good vacant land.
Health,
Wealth
Sweet Grass Hills, Milk and Sun I
River valleys, Montana, reached only | ane ''P»
hy the Great Northern Railway Line. I „
The stock raisers' paradise. I nn " 8
I The regions tributary to Great North
Gold, trn Railway Line iu Mont na produce
I all the precious and baser metals.
Coal I New towns and railways are being
I built.
Go to the Great Reservation of Mon
tana and get a good free homestead.
Low rates and Free Sleepers on Great I
Northern Railway Line. Go now.
Herds,
Mines,
Great
Falls
Milk
Hiver.
These have made Montana the richest
state per capita in the Union. Plenty
of room for more miners and stock
raisers. Now is the timo.
Along the Great Northern Bailway i
Line in Montana are free ranches and | Young;
pasturage, mines of precious metals, I
iron mid coal, and new cities and | Man !
towns. Now is your chance.
Surrounded by a fine agricultural and
grazing country, close to mines of
precious meiale, iron and coal, pos
sessing a water power unequalled in
America, it is Montanas industrial
center.
Thé valleys of Red, Mouse, Missouri, j
Milk and Sun Rivers reached hy Great G. N.
Northern Ry. Line. Half rate excur- |
sions Sept.' 9, 23. and Oct. 14, 1890 R. I.
F. I. Whitney, St. Paul. .>» inr..
PILES! PILES! PILES!
I)r. William's Indian Pile Ointment is the only
sure cure for blind, bleeding or itc hing piles ever
discovered. It never fails to cure old chronic
cases of long standing.
Judge Coons, Maysville, Kv , says: "Dr.
William's Indian Pile Ointment cured me after
years of suffering."
Judge Cofflnbury, Cleveland, <)., says: "I have
found by experience that Dr William's Indian
Pile Ointment gives immediate and permanent
relief.''
We have hundreds of such testimonials. Do
not suffer an instant longer. Sold hv all drug
gists at '"■Oc. and gl per box.
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THE
RUN
Fast tnains with Pnllman Vestibnled Drawing
Room Sleepers, Dining cars and coaches of latest
design, between Chicago and Milwaukee and
St. Papl and Minneapolis.
Fast tbains with Pullman Vestibnled Drawing
Room Sleepers, Dining cars and coaches of latest
design, between Chicago and Miiavaukee and
Ashland and Ditlcth.
Through Pullman Vestibnled 'Drawing Room
and Colinist Sleepers via the Northern Pacific
Railroad between Chicago and Pobtland, Ohe.
Convenient tbains to and from Eastern,
Western, Northern and Central Wisconsin points,
affording unequalled service to from Waukesha,
Fond du Lac, Oshkosh, Neenali, Menasha, Chip
pewa Falls, Eau Claire, Hurley, \\ is., and Iron
wood and Bessemer, Mich.
For tickets, sleeping car reservations, time
tables and other information, apply to Agents of
the line, or to ticket Agents anywhere in the
United States or Canada.
S. R. AINSLIE, Gen'l Mgr., Milwaukee, Wis
J. M. HANNAFORD,
Gen'l Traffic Manager, - St. Paul, Minn
H. C. BARLOW, Traffic Mgr., - Chicago, 111
LOUIS ECKSTEIN,
Ass't Gen'l Pass, and Tkt Agt., Chicago, III
A. N. Sherman.
Chas. Collins
Sherman & Collins,
Dealer* in
LUMBER,
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS.
Estimates furnished on all
kinds of 1 uildings, store and
saloon fixtures, Etc. Yard
on C street and riverfront.
THE
International Typewriter.
A strictly first-class machine. Fullv warranted.
Made from very best material, by skilled work
men, and with the best tools that have ever been
devised for the purpose. Warranteu to do ail
that can be reasonably expected of the very best
typewriter extant. Capable of writing 150'worde
per minute—or more—according to the ability of
the operator.
PRICE,
SIOO.OO.
If there is no agent in your town, address th
manufacturer«.
THE PARISH MF'C. CO.
GEORGE WRIGHT Agent. Livingston, Mont.
PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET,
HARVEY & CO., Props.,
Dealer* 1* Meav. of all Kinds.
BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL AND POULTRY.
All Kinds of Country Produce,
BUTTER, EGGS, VEGETABLES, ETC.
Fresb ait Salt Fisk, Bacon, Haas an! Mel Meats a Specially.
Please call and give us a trial. Prices reasonable. No business will be trans
on Sunday and all orders for that day must be left at the shop Saturday nightr
Pa
E. LAMARTINE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
NATIVE LUMBER.
Livin Eaton,
Montana.
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Having started my saw mill in this city, 1 am
now prepared to furnish Native Lumber, Slabs,
etc., in quantities to suit purchasers.
E. O. CLARK,
Dealer in
RANCH PROVISIONS.
Miners' Snmlies. Etc.
MAIN BOULDER,
Near the Natural Bridge,
CON
STOCK § DAIRY RANCH,
12 miles east of Livingston, M. T.
Finest herd of
Holstein Friesian Cattle !
in the Territory.
Young Stock For Sale !
Certificates of registry furnished with each ani
mal. Old stock was all imported, Ciesar bred in
Dienum. t'riosland, winner of three prizes at the
head of herd. Call at ranch or write to
Livingston, Montana.
J M. CONROW.
Lumber !
Turley
Lumber !
Lowrey
Have started up their saw mill, located 27 miles
up the Yellowstone from Livingston, and
are now ready to furnish Lumber t:>
the trade in quantities to suit
purchasers.
Special Bargains ip Car Load Lots.
A liberal share of the trade is solicited. For
particulars call on or address
TURLEY & LOWREY, Fridley.
GEO. L. HOPPE !
News and Stationery !
FRUITS,
I
Confectionery, Etc.
Fine Cigars and Tobacco a Specialty.
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West side Mala Street, Livingston, Montana.
GRIFFITH & OUIMET,
B LAC KSMITHING
AND WACON MAKING.
All kinds of repairing done neatly and promptly
to order. Special attention given to
Horseshoeing, Making Stock Brands and
Plow Work.
Livery and Trotting Shoeing Solicited.
Shop, lower Main Street near Billy Miles&Bro.
LOWER MAIN STREET
FEED CORRAL,
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BILLY MILES & BRO.
PROPRIETORS.
BALED HAY, CHOP FEED, WHEAT and
OATS for sale by the pound or
in CAR LOTS
Best ol care given to all Stock placed in my
care. Prices Reasonable
Collins & McLaughlin,
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON SHOP.
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Horse Shoeing & Plow Work a Specialty
YOUR PATRONACE SOLICITED.
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Murphy's Old Stand, Corner Lewis and B Sts.,
LIVINGSTON, MONTANA.
NORTHERN PACIFIC
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The direct line between
SAINT PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS,
Or DULUTH,
And all points in
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana,
Idulio, Washington Territory,
ORECON,
British Columbia. Puget Sound and
ALASKA,
Express Trains Daily, to which are attached
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPERS
AND
ELEGANT DINING CARS.
NO CHANGE of CARS
BETWEEN
ST. PAUL anb PORTLAND
On any class of Tickets,
EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE.
The only all rail line to the
ÏELLOWSTOiNE PARK!
Full information in regard to the Northern Pa
cific linee can be obtained free by addressing
CHAS. S. FEE°
General Passenger Agent. St. Paul, Mint
am
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
a New Assortiment of
Flower Pots, flanging Baskets, Glassware
AND
DECORATED WHITE GRANITE.
in
the
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Call and see us before purchasing.
ATKINSON & LAHM,
LIVINGSTON, MONTANA.
BODEGA SALOON!
E. A. STOEL. Proprietor.
Calendar Street, Livingston. Mont.
New and Elegant Fixtures.
None but the choicest
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Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Dealt to the trade.
Hot Lunch Served every Day.
BANK SALOON !
CORNWELL & MCGREGOR,
PRORIETORS.
Wines, Liquors § Cigars
of the Choicest Brands, constantly on hand. Pat
rons will always be assured of courteous and
prompt attention as none hut efficient
Bartenders are employed.
East side Main Street,
LIVINGSTON,
MONTANA.
THE OASIS!
J. W. NELSON, Prop.
Having just completed our new building on Main
Street; and furnished the same with every
thing appertaining to a first class
bar, we are prepared to
greet all our old friends and as
many new ones as will favor ns with a call.
The Best Brands of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars Constantly on hand.
MAIN STREET,
LIVINGSTON
P. A. SEECHRIST,
DEALER IN
CHOICE LIQUORS & CIGARS,
General Gambling in Connection.
A LUNCH COUNTER supplied with
all that the market affords, is also con
ducted in connection with the business.
BIG TIMBER, - - MONTANA.
Tivoli Beer Hall
MOHS & GRABOW. Prop';
Meals at all Honrs.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Lodging Rooms in Connection.
THE ALBEMARLE
HOTEL.
J. C. CALLAHAN,
manager.
livngston.
montaha.
W
Geo. T. Chambers
HEADQUARTERS FOR STOVES
HEATERS AND COOK STOVES,
ALL STYLES!
We can suit you in Stoves.
ALL PRICES!!
We call your attention to
DIAMOND SOFT COAL BASE HEATERS.
The best thing yet in a Soft Coal Stove.
We also have the
Je^Krett Steel !R.a,nge,
The most perfect in operation and most durable style of cooking apparatus u i
Come and See Us. We handle absolutely Pure Paints. Don't h U v ** " *
Mud that will wash and peal off before the season is out.
but come and buy the
SENOURS MONARCH,
Made of Pure Lead, Zinc and Lineeed Oil.
MINERS' SUPPLIES, BUILDERS' HARDWARE
And Everything in the HARDWARE LINE can be hat
GEO. T. CHAMBERS & CO.
>f us.
Main Street,
Livingston, M. T.
NEW MEAT MARKET.
MAIN STREET,
S. L. HOLLIDAY A SON, Prop s
A GENERAL SUPPLY OF
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
-ALWAYS ON HAND ALSO
Game, Poultry, Fish, Butter, Eggs & Vegetables
The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited.
S. L. HOLLIDAY & SON.
THE KING CLOTHIER,
Has the
Winter
Largest
Stock and Latest Styles of Fall and
Clothing to be found in Eastern Montana
A1 so a lull line of Fine Dress Suit*, Cents'
Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Etc.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT— In connection, with
a very large assortment of suitings to select from.
All work guaranteed. No misfits.
Main Street, .... Livingston
Pat
Main
JAMES CAP ROLL,
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE
Horses
Hoarded
by the
Day or
Week.
1 »alts] Hav
and Cram
always
on hand
Fine Carriages, Gentle Teams and Saddle Horses Furnished the Traveling Fuie at Reasonable te
PLEASURE RESORT
AND HOME FOR THE SICK.
HUNTER'S HOT SPRIN6S
AT MENDENHALL, MONTANA,
2J£ miles from Springdale station on the Norlhern Pacific Railroad, where car
riages will he in attendance at all trains for *he transfer of guests.
Mails Delivered Twice Daily at the Hotel Office.
TOWN LOTS
for residence and business purposes for sale.
_ C, B. MENDENHALL. Owner and Proprietor.
J. W. NELSON,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable,
CORNER MAIN AND CLARK STREETS.
NEW AND ELEGANT CARRIAGES
AND STYLISH HOBSES.
Tourists and Travelers carried toor from the remotest points with safety and dispahl
Horses, Mules, Harness and Wagons bought and sold.
FAY RANSOM,
(Successor to FRANK WHITE.)
Billiard and Pool Parlor
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Elegant Bar and Fixtures. The Best brands of Liquor*
and Cigars. Courteous Bar Attendants. Inviting
Club Rooms. Licensed Gambling.
Main street,
Livingston.
GORDON BROTHERS,
DEALERS IN
OF BUILDING
Sash, Doors, Mouldings,
Native and Eastern Lumber, dressed and roygh,
Lath, Pickets, B;ick, Lime, Plaster Paris, Lein
and Plasterer's Hair, Building Paper, Bod»*
Hoofing, Medal Brand Roofing, Paint 8 ? Oi
Store Fronts, Door and Window Frames Made to Order
W Parties desiring to build and make payment, on the Install» 1 * Mt *
well to consult, with us.jfl
les.

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