"Dutch Hose," one of
characters of Butte's "bad lands," com
mitted suicide by an overdose of mor
Andrew Armstrong, a section hand,
was struck by the pilot of a train at Red
Hock on the Utah Northern Monday
ami fatally injured. He was brought to
Dillon on the same train and died in the
afternoon. He was slightly deaf and
had not heard the warning whistle of
the engine. He was nlsmt <>0 years of
John McIntosh had the misfortune to
lose his hand while celebrating the
Fourth near Townsend. The miners
were tiring a salute with giant jsiwder
and a stick exploded in the hand of
McIntosh, blowing that mendier to
shreds. The fragments were amputated
and Mr. McIntosh is pronounced in a
fair way to recover.
At Deer Lodge, Tuesday, the three
eighths of a mile dash was won by
Eclipse, Jr., in Tl 1-5 seconds, the fastest
time on record for this distance, beating
the record of Cyclone in Helena, in Au
gust, 1889, which was 34 1 4- It is by no
means the first time the world's record
has been lieaten at the Deer Lodge
track. The horse is owned by O. J.
Gordon of Wakefield, Neb. Yellowstone
was second, Bay Tom third and the Jew
fourth. The purse was 82tM
Mr. Tracy, a farm hand in the em
ploy of William T. Mauldin, was killed
by lightning two miles north of Dillon
Monday afternoon. He and another
man were irrigating wheat when the
storm carne up. His companion felt the
stroke, and, looking over to where Tracy
was working, saw that he had fallen
His clothing was torn and his body bad
ly charred. Tracy was about 'JO years
of age and recently came from Fort
Lupton, Col., where his parents reside
At a meeting of Helena Typographi
cal Union No. 95, held on the 5th, the
follow ing officers were elected for the
ensuing term: President, John Baker
vice president, A. H. Wielrer; treasurer,
Wm. MeClatchey; financial secretary
Geo. B. Starring; corresponding and re
cording secretary, John B. Lannon; ser
géant at-arms, M. H. Rupley; executive
committee, W. Stein, Angus Smith, Geo
Heck; delegates to Trades and Labor
assembly, I). McCall u in, M. II. Rupley
Chas. Ashton; committee on sick, H. S
Kees, E. L. Morris, Mrs. Maggie Wal
Butte Mining Journal: About eight
months ago the Parrot company bonded
the Little Mina claim, lying just north
east of the Belle of Butte, and owned by
John Stewart, Emanuel Hauswirth,
Simon Hauswirth and Ed Hickey. At
the same time a bond was taken on the
Nipper, which adjoins the Little Mina
on the southeast. On Thursday last the
deed for the Little Mina was made out
and signed, and the amount agreed
upon, 8103,500, was paid over to the
owners. The bond on the Nipper was
not taken up and the property reverted
to the original owners.
Chronicle: A. J. Voight of Albert
Lea, Minn., started on the 29th ult. for
Portland to see his dying father. On
Friday he reached Belgrade, and owing
to his wild and uncontrollable actions
was taken into custody and committed
for insanity. He w as brought to Boze
man and under the doctor's care will
soon be all right. A telegram was sent
by Sheriff Robertson to the sheriff of
Albert Lea regarding Voight, and an
immediate answer was returned stating
that Voight was married and in busi
ness. Mr. Voight had been drinking
heavily, which is the cause of his un
At Elkhorn on the 4th an interesting
drilling contest took place. The con
testants in the double-hand match were
J. B. Andrew and James Jenkins of the
Elkhorn Mining company, John Shee
han and Louis Jangraw of the C. & D.
mine. Andrew and Jenkins made 34
inches in 14J4 minutes, while the C. &
D. mine men made 31 Y z inches in 15
minutes. The single-hand match was
between William T. Maddern and W.
Edwards. The latter made 231 £ inches
in 15 minutes, whde Maddern sank the
drill 21 inches in the same length of
time. The timekeepers were Thomas
Davis and Mike McDonald.
.. * •
Land Commissioner Carter has made
an imi>ortant ruling in the various con
troversies over the 'Thompson, Mont
townsite contest with mineral claimants
The case was closed in May, but various
reports were received at the general land
office that the register and receiver of
the Missoula land office were violating
the rules and the practice of the office
and department in allowing testimony
to be taken in the form of depositions in
different sections of the state. The
commissioner has telrgraphed the Mis
soula land officers to exclude all this tes
timony from consideration and to de
cide the case according to their best
judgment on the testimony made up at
the regular hearing,
Helena dispatch: Ada Vaughan, the
young girl whose disappearance caused
her relatives so much anxiety, was found
Saturday. About a week ago she came
to Helena from Silver City. The police
were notified of her disappearance, but
failed to get any clew, and all sorts of
stories were circulated. Saturday night
she came in from East Helena and is
now with her folks. She said she had
some unfriendly relations with her
grandparents and determined to leave
home and work for her living. The girl
is a daughter of C. B. Vaughan, the lo
cator of the well-known Little Jennie
mine. She is a handsome miss of 16,
who has many friends in this county.
Her disappearance aroused a good deal
of feeling, which is now happily allayed
There was a miraculous escape from
death in the Elvrina mine at North
Wakerville Tuesday. P. J. Smith, the
contractor for the mine, was sinking a
double compartment shaft, which is
down 140 feet. Tuesday morning Thomas
Noonan was at work with him there
At the time of the accident five shots
were prepared for explosion. The fuse
had been ignited, but through careless
ness the men lingered too long. They
were in the bucket, but had only been
raised about ten feet when one of the
shots exploded. Flying rock striking
the bucket, knocked Smith out, and he
fell to the bottom. Noonan hung on
and escaped unhurt. Noonan wanted
to return for his comrade but Smith
would not permit it, thinking that his
time had come and deciding not to en
danger the life of another man. He had
scarcely risen when three more shots ex
ploded and Smith was thrown violently
into the air. He was badly bruised and
bleeding, but succeeded in climbing to a
bulkhead, which he reached just as the
last shot exploded. The bucket was
was now lowered and Smith, to the joy
of his friends, was found to be alive,
although badly gashed and bruised.
His clothes were in shreds and his body
burned with powder, but he could talk.
He has been removed to the hospital and
is doing well.
The state land commissioners have is
sued the following circulars to county
superintendents of schools: "Inasmuch
as inquiries have time to time reached
this department from several county of
ficers, we now take occasion to suggest
that the duty of the county superinten
dent of schools in each county of the
state, in making their report to this de
partment should show: The condition
of the school lands located in their sev
eral counties; the number of acres
thereof; the number of acres occupied
by settlers; by whom occupied, giving
the name of each settler and the legal
subdivision occupied by such settler.
The first subdivision would seem to re
S uire, and we are of the opinion that it
oee require that the county superinten
dent to ascertain and show to this board
whether the lands are grazing lands,
timber lands, agricultural lands or lands
lying within the limits of any town or
city, or within three miles of such lim
its, and the estimated number of acres
of each class thereof. The information
required under the last mentioned sub
division will not in the opinion of the
1 !rr,i r l q T r ! a per * ,nal examination of
I f. , , lands ' but may be obtained from re
.able sources, but the other intoTma
™»n W1 nl reqU,re 3 I*ersonal inspection
j or an interview with the settler."
j Bids were opened Wednesday by the
! secretary of the Montana Live Stock as
sociation. Green Preuitt, for the^ub"-1
cation of the registered brands of stock,
under provisions of an act of the legis
made 6 bv^thT sSwrowW f i<1s 7"?
Miles City, 25 cento- *fe Urnal °a
Stock Journal, 24 cents,the"Rockv
Mountain Husbandman. cento. The
i,!!ilifTi? la8t . nam ^d paper being the
stitutim/'ïtoT^ffi 1 *! 111 ,Je . let to il ' c<jn
and farm journal of the atate^andda
selection will be eminentlv satisfactory
to all stockmen. *
The death of Mrs. James Hanniberry,
d»J à i r, U " ed ;M ,r '*' F« 11 » wS
living with a mar. nnmJi t n u
«•Kit is claimed, bea™ and kickÄr
Mrs. Hanniberry formerly lived in Cho
teau county, but was divorced from her
a h D 0 n A ? orU>m examination
was held, and the contente of the
woman's Btomach and Bome'hquoOound
in a glass are to be examined fnr no,«™ i
« . , , , . examined for poison
i\« 8 oh 0t h° ■ b was found at the
base of the brain, which is supposed to
be the result of a violent blow. The
coroners jury is still investigating the
A convention of the manufactu rers
and producers of raw material will be
held at Helena, Montana, between the
22d and 29th of August, 1891, (during
fair week), of the manufacturers, miners
and producers of raw material of the
state, for the purpose of bringing to the
notice of the country at l»rt>n ihn
, ------ —j -n large the pro
ducts of our section, to encourage the
manufacture thereof and toset forth
the rich field for the profitable invest
ment or capital this commonwealth has
All manufacturers, miners and pro
ducers of raw material are requested to
senti samples of their products, with a
description thereof, to the Builders' and
Manufacturers' exchange of Helena, at
as early a date as possible. All goods
consigned to our care will be placed on
permanent exhibit in Exchange hall and
receive the best of care. All freight
charges will be paid by the exchange.
Address all communications to
Will, R. Jones, Secretary.
Hannibal Hamlin Dead.
Ex-Vice President Hannibal Hamlin
died at 8:15 o'clock on the evening of
July 4th, at Bangor, Maine. He was
«own town in the afternoon and went to
the larratine club rooms, where he was
playing pedro, when his head fell for
ward on his chest. A gentleman re
marked: "The senator seems to feel
badly." Mr. Hamlin said, "I do." Men
gathered around him and he was taken
to a lounge. Dr. Robinson, w'ho was in
the next room, attended him and Drs.
Mason and Phillips were called. No
pulse was visible for an hour and it was
thought they could not bring him out.
Finally he revived somewhat and man
aged to articulate freely. The doctors
worked over him faithfully and his fam
ily were sent for. Soon 'Mrs. Hamlin,
Gen. Charles Hamlin, his son, and wife,
and other members were at his side. All
was done for him in human power, but
failed, and he passed away peacefully at
8:15 p. m. He leaves a widow and two
sons, Gen. Charles Hamlin, Esq., a law
yer of Ellsworth, and Frank Hamlin,
now living in Chicago. Hannibal Ham
lin was born in Paris, Oxford county,
Maine, and was 82 years of age. He was
elected vice president with Lincoln in
1860, after long and faithful service in
Patrlotiam and Politic» Mixed.
A Topeka, Kansas, dispatch says: The
Fourth of July celebrations in Kansas
were for the most part immense politi
cal mass meetings. The Alliance cap
tured the day and made it a ratification
of the birth of their new party in Cin
cinnati. There were in all more than
200 distinctive Alliance celebrations.
One county celebration was held in each
of the 106 counties in this state and
many counties held three or four. It
was impossible to provide speakers for
all of the gatherings, and the Alliance
congressional and county lecturers, in
several instances, made two speeches.
A feature of all the congressional
meetings was huge banners telling of the
crises in the nation's history. The first
was in 1776, when the declaration of in
dependence resulted in the freedom of
the colonies from the British yoke; the
second was the abolition of cnattle sla
very, and the third would be in 1892, the
abolition of industrial slavery through
the people's party.
The republicans celebrated by them
selves and the democrats were not in it
at all. There was not a celebration in
the state where the three parties met as
citizens. In all the larger towns where
any attempt was made to have a cele
bration in the old time fashion the Alli
ance people were boycotted because
only republican orators were invited to
Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening
Cordial and Blood Purifier, by its vitaliz
ing properties, will brighten pale cheeks,
and transform a pale, haggard, dispirited
woman into one of sparkling health and
beauty. For sale by M. A. Peterson.
The following frank statement from
J. E. Hare of Trenton, Texas, will be of
of interest to many of our citizens: "My
little boy was very bad off for two
months with diarrhoea. We used van
ous medicines, also called in two doc
tors, but nothing done him any good
until we used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which
gave immediate relief and soon cured
him. I consider it the best medicine
made and can conscientiously recom
mend it to all who need a diarrboeea or
(filic medicine." For sale by J. E. Ferte,
Livingston; Moore A Co., Big Timber:
C. N. Sargent, Gardiner.
A lbert Erwin, editor of the Leonard,
Texas, Graphic, says: "For the cure of
cramps in the stomach Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
the best and most speedy I ever used."
Many others who have tried it entertain
the same opinion. For sale by J. E.
Ferte, Livingston; Moore & Co., Big
Timlier; C. N. Sargent, Gardiner.
To allay pains, subdue inflamation, heal
foul sores and ulcers, the most prompt
and satisfactory results are obtained by
using that old reliable remedy, Dr. J. H.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. For
sale by M. A. Peterson.
Mr. Clark, to the public: I wish to
say to my friends and the public
that I regard Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy as the best
preparation in use for colic and diar
rhœa. It is the finest selling medicine
ever handled because it lUways gives
satisfaction. H. O. Clark, Orangeville,
" te, Livin^
Texas. For sale by J. E. Ferte, Livin*
ston; Moore <fe Co., Big Timber; C.
Sick headache is the bane of many
lives; to cure and prevent this annoying
complaint use Dr. J. H. McLean's Little
Liver anil Kidney Pillets. They are
agreeable to take and gentle in their
action. For sale by M. A. Peterson.
Now is the time to provide yourself
and family with a reliable remedy for
bowel complaints. It is almost certain
to be needed and no family can afford to
be without it It costa but a trifle and
may be the means of saving much auf
faring, if not life. There are many dif
ferent remedies in use, but Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy is undoubtedly the best 25 and 50
opnt bottles for sale by J. E. Ferte,
Livingston; Moore A Co., Big Timber;
N. Sargent Gardiner.
I Here is frora MrFrank
°a ' A. Hale, proprietor of the E* Witt
! House, Lewiston, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel men
the meet the world as it comes and goes,
' a °d are not slow in sizing people
H things up for what they 5re
^ worth - He says that he has lost a
i father and several brothers and sis
j t ers from Pulmonary Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he
: Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
I Consumption^ stomach. When
j ever be has taken a
cold of this kind he uses Boschee's
German Syrup, and it cures him
9^" Vw " a . , man t ' vho
i knows the full danger of lung trou
bles, and would therefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen ! "I
use nothing but Boschee's German
Syrup, and have advised, I presume,
more than a hundred different per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
in the market." ©
Gordon Bros. Lumber Co.,
AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
Yards at Livingston, Big Timber and Stillwater.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Livingston, - Montana.
llaving started my saw mill in this city, I am
now prepared to furnish Native Lumber, Slabs,
etc., in quantities to suit purchasers.
ROCKT FORK COAL.
Having secured the agency for the Rocky Fork
Coal company for this city, 1 am prepared to
supply customers with this desirable fuel coal in
any quantity desired.
f^^Office with J. O. Sax, Albemarle Annex.
CEORCE T. YOUNG.
Liiingston, Oct . 1, 18(10.
M. J. HOPPE,
Fine Cigars aud Tobacco a specialty.
West sido Main Street, Livingston, Montana.
Livery and Sale Stable.
Horses Boarded by theDay or Week.
Baled Hay Grain anil always on hand.
Fine Carriages, Gentle Teams and Saddle Horses
Fnrnished at Reasonable rates.
E. A. STOEL. Proprietor.
Calendar Street, Livingston. Mont.
New and Elegant Fixtures.
None hut the choicest
Dealt to the trade
Hot Lnnoh Served every Day.
e, one mile east of Coal Spur,
season of 1891.
Description and Pedigree : Monte Richelieu
is a beautiful black, with a white star in the fore
head. He will he 8 years old in May, weighs l.tiOli
pounds, j» 16 hands high, extra heavy tone and
well mil soled. Monte Richelien was sired by Im
ported Riche]ien: bis dam was sired by the' cele
brated stallion, Monte Christo; his grand dam by
old David Norman ; his great grand dam by the
celebrated draft horse, Lnmpkine .Jerry, Thus it
will be seen by examining his pedigree that he is
one of the best draft horses in this county.
FRED. T. OSBORNE.
Tivoli Beer Hall
MOHR & GRABOT, Prop's.
U6&18 ät cLll AOUTS,
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Lodging Booms in Connection.
Itv the decision of the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Office, the title of the
Addition to the town of Castle has been confirmed, the protest agains
failed to make out a case against the validity of the scrip
investments can he safely made, and those who ha\e aheadj intested \\i
immediately make contemplated improtements, and
scrip location bavin«.
Now that the Title is Settled,
Real Estate Will Enhance in Value.
'NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST IN THIS GREAT CARBONATE CAMP.!
THE CASTLE LAND COMPANY
are the owners of the most de
sirable and best situated
land for business
THOSE WHO INVEST before the
railroad comes will realize largo
profits on their investments.
Buy now and secure a bargain.
THOSE who have heretofore been timid
and skeptical as to a perfect title be
ing given, need have no fear of mak
ing purchases in this, the greatest
mineral camp in Montana.
regard to this land, that
the title was perfect,
have been vin
Prominent Citizens are Investing.
AMONG THE MANY PURCHASERS ARE:
H. M. Pärchen, Druggist, Helena.
A. J. Seligman, Banker, Helena.
T. H. Kleinschmidt, Banker, Helena.
J. E. O'Connor, Druggist, Helena.
F. S. Lang & Co., Hardware Merchants, Helena.
.Major Burke, agent Equitable Life Insurance Co., Helena.
Charles Lehman, Merchant. Helena.
Witherl>ee, Andrew & Co., Real Estate, Helena.
Win. Schreiber, with Greenhood, Bohni& Co.. Helena.
Clarence Andrews, Capitalist. New York City.
R. P. Barden, County Treasurer, Helena.
Geo. H. Barbour, Physician, Helena.
Frank Daniels, Actor, New- York City.
C. J. Smith. Traveling Salesman, Milwaukee.
Frederick Wurde, Actor, Brooklyn, New York.
A. M. Holter, Capitalist, Helena.
Ovide Musin, Violinist, New York City.
E. D. Edgerton, President of Second National Bank, Helena.
Geo. H. Hill, Asst. Cashier of First National Bank, Helena.
Wm. Nelson. Jr., Merchant, New York City.
Wm. Treacy, Physician, Helena.
Robert Sale Hill, Broker, Tacoma, Wash.
Chas. Snedaker, Conductor, N. P. R. R.
Chas. B. Garrett, Alderman, Helena.
John Maguire, Theatrical Manager, Montana.
Capt. J. V. Stafford, Stockraiser, Montana.
P. P. Pardillian, Jeweler, Helena.
Ike Hensley, Mine Owner, Castle.
Duncan Hunter, Capitalist, Helena.
Allan H. Paine. Banker, Cassellton, North Dakota.
Ex-Governor S. T. Hauser, Banker, Helena.
A. C. Johnson, Cashier of American National Bank, Helena.
Janies King, Capitalist, Helena.
H. F. Collet, Real Estate, Great Falls.
Mrs. Jennie Kimball, Manager Corinne Opera Troupe, Philadelphi
T. B. Johnson, Merchant Tailor, Helena.
J. T. Saw-hill, Conductor, N. 1'. R. R.
Wm. B. Shaw. Traveling Salesman, St. Paul.
Isadore Rush and Roland Reed, New York.
J. B. Annin, Merchant. Cokedale.
H. M. Hunter, Bookkeeper, Helena.
Henry Meyer, Helena.
J. E. Andrew, Dowagiac, Michigan.
J. T. Garrity, Traveling Salesman, Salt Lake.
Wm. J. Gidding, Merchant, New York Citv.
Besides one hundred others. When such men as the above purchasers invest, it is a guarantee that the lots offered by the Castle
Land Company are as represented, and that Castle possesses the mineral resources that will make it a large town.
WALTER J. KING & BROS., Managers,
Rooms 1 and 2, Bailey Block,j
F. S. WEBSTER & CO„
G(, —------ .--- ,~(<r
Missoula, Garrison, Helena, Butte City,
Bozeman, Livingston, Big Timlier,
Billings, Miles City and
AND ALL, POINTS
EAST and west.
There is nothing better than the service on
THE DINING CAR LINE.
Through Pullman Sleeping Cars and
Furnished Tourists Sleepers
Daily between Points in
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO.
PACIFIC COAST TRAINS
Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana,
Idaho, Oregon and Washington
CAIUSY COMPLETE EQUIPMENT OF
Pullman Palace Sleeping Care,
First, and Second-Class Coaches,
Pullman Tourist and
• Free Colonist Sleepers,
AND ELECANT DINING CARS
________________offices of the Northern
Pacific R. R. to points North, East, South ami
West in the United States and Canada.
For rates, maps, time tables or special infor
mation apply to agent, Northern Pacific R. R.
at Livingston, Mont., or
CHAS. S. FEE,
General Passenger Agent. St. Paul, Minr
Fast Trains with Pullman Yeetibnled Drawing
Room SI epers, Dining cars and coache» of
latest design between Chicago and St. Paul and
Fast Trains with Pullman Vestibnled Drawing !
Room Sleepers, Dining cars and coaches of latest ;
design, between Chicago and Milwaukee and
Ashland and Dulnth.
Through Pullman Vestibnled Drawing Room
and Tourist Sleepers via the Northern Pacific
Railroad between Chicago and Portland, Ore. :
and Tacoma, Wash.
Convenient Trains to and from Eastern, Wfst- ]
eru, Northern and Southern Wisconsin points, I
affording uneqnaled service to and from Wauko- i
sha, Fond dn Lac, Oshkosh, Neenah, Menasha, :
Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Hurley, Wis, and !
Iron wood and Bessemer, Mich.
For tickets, sleeping car reservations, time
tables and other informa '
ormatinn, apply to agents of
the line, or to ticket agents anywhere in the
United states or Canada.
S. R. Ainslet, General Manager, Milwaukee, Wie
J. M. Hannai-ord. General Traffic Mgr., St. Paul.
II. C. Barlow, Traffic Manager, Chicago, 111.
Louis Eckstein, Gen'l Pass & Ticket Agent,
STOCK! DAIRY RANCH,
12 mi Ice east of Livingston, Mont.
Finest herd of
Holstein Friesian Cattle !
in the Stats.
Young Stock For Sale !
Certificates of registry furnished with each ani
mal. Old stock was all imported, Cmar bred in
Diennm. Friesland, winner of three prices at the
head of herd. Call at ranch or write to
J M. CON ROW,
Catch on to the Boom.
Life is too Short to Waste in Waiting, Great
Bargains are now Being Offered at the
--Have you seen their
Diagonal Frock Suits,
Prince Albert Suits,
Straight Cut Sack Suits,
Round Corner Sack Suits.
Single Panto of the Latest Styles and Patterns. In BOYS' and CHILDREN'S
SUITS we show the largest line west of St. Paul, and prices
Lower than the Lowest.
Our Kangaroo, Our Cordovan,
Our Dongola, Our Kid, Our Calf
CAN'T BE BEAT FOR QUALITY AND PRICE.
So Try The New Store All Fresh, New, Goods.
Don't forget our Merchant Tailoring Department. Suits to order,
825.00 and Upwards.
Albemarle Block, Main Street,
(Successor to FRANK WHITE,)
Billiard and Pool Parlor
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Elegant Bar and Fixtures. The Best brands of Liquors
and Cigars. Courteous Bar Attendants. Inviting
Club Booms. Licensed Gambling.
AND HOME FOR
(HUNTER'S HOT SPRINGS !
AT MENDENHALL, MONTANA,
2)£ miles from Springdale «talion on the Northern Pacific Railroad, where car
riages will be in attendance at all trains for »he transfer of guests.
Mails Delivered Twice Daily at the Hotel Office.
for resilience and business purposes, for sale.
C. B. MENDENHALL. Owner and Proprietor.
Are Worth Dollar for Dollar when Others are Worn Out.
DEERING BINDER TWINES
THAT OTHERS LEAVE.
SUITS EVERY PURSE
AND EVERY TASTE.
-FOR COPY OF "WHYS AND WHEREFORES" WRITE TO
CEO. T. CHAMBERS & CO.,
-DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
MAIN STREET, LIVINGSTON, MONTANA.
M. ROTH & CO.
and Jobbers in
IT X/T T - OIGARSI;
IT. Me Bray er, Bond & Lillard, Hermitage, O. F. cfk
Taylor, Waterfill & Frazer.
Sole Agents For
8*~Fine nottle goods and Cigars for Private Tra*de** BOl ^ l KT "
Lowest wholesale Prices to the
Ho ! For Castle !
Livingston ai Castle
Staie and Ek Line.
JOHNNY LEWIS, Proprietor,
Castle^very* C j«v Livingston and
m e J ,n L the w «"t, departing -•
. ?° 'hrongh in one day. 8
LIviÄn n1s * Ro * >wn s
Own's livery stable,
Tie Alta ürery auf Feed Stable, Castle,
la eqnipned with Now and Elegant Vehicles,
__ Stylish Horses, etc.
•ÄiSÄSÄ "5 ÄS3""
by the day, week or month.
JOHMIY. LEWIS Prop.
Big O is Reknowleii?
tho leading remedy
Ctononbiea A G le
fUuaraMnd not t
The only sate reme'ly
lacacorrhira or Wt
I prescribe it and : _
safe ln recommendi"? 1 1
Mitt mi* b* safe In recom
ITheEvmuChe miolC q. to all suffere.., , _
--A. J. STONER. M. D.
Hold by Dm««*
rnfi'E $ 1 . 00 .
Joseph E. Swindlehurst.
Fire, Lite and Accident.
European Steamship Tickets f° r
to and from all European Countries.
Office over A. KRIEGEU & CO'S
LIVINGSTON, - MONTANA
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