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II. to 7:3« business ii , week ut 9:<Hi a tu tt 7:3« p* ni. ,,n sumlavs local layout. sted irnislieil anil ciumI that —( .-t t<( tho •y of the Veil« in Livingston car attached iper Yellowstone j 1 1 1 \ was .f si I ami t In* 1 »rillt* ght»*r * r ,. ni (ils (■i tl . .1 (•( 1 S atunla -sHhibn afti •rni will, ; 11 •(* frill h tin* fan uily j.as in (,Vl*.l his law i St of y of 1h< ï four the M ill'S 1 ill X? k. nt riNdi i. ml. i* 'iii ing j.urcti Il SIM 1 till * Clarl :ting 1 Hull," f. »rmerl; 11 A V Ison. T In* un ilcsiri <1 as IT» mister 1 1 will j irovt* a Vi aluahli Mr 1 loss' 1 mini of horses del 111 •ii rv ! > ii tz, tWl iisurial art i it H of t ,*<l tlie shoii | fn irmerli , r cc (',i!kins. west side Main i ,\iii •• 111 1 oi rk in the manage I r i,,-r shop upon their own received by W. F. Sheard i,, Nl (i.neral Aassenger Agent , \ in t hern Pacific, confirms that the Bark branch trains upped with dining and sleep ■lie,, during the tourist season ...mm. m lation of Park travel, ne .lames II. Smith of the i,w>1oiie came over the r,.nge litli Mime tine specimens 1 1 i eh he hopes to dispose ,e\ lh says that farmers are his section of country, and la re is plenty of snow on the |c up largely of falls early . which is verv solid and w ae: week iintl decision favorable to de ei,, laut rendered. There were several • riws in timt locality of parties ac .. J illegally enclosing public lands, ÿ the number being Henry Filing nt Hie result of the suits has not sen learned. .:in-e K. lngersoll and Sarah Mon • i «ere iniirried at Bozeman on the ; list.. Justiee A. I). McPherson offi atmg. The groom is an extensive "'•k::nmer of eastern Bark county and '■ riilr a furnier resident of Stillwater, sstate. After the ceremony Mr. and - Ingcrsiill visited friends in this city 'Tal dais before returning to St ill iter tu make their future home. The ci i.i'ij-i: joins in extending congrat III ms. hxceptions Lave been taken to the r, liug * if the eoinieil proceedings last •h i» which it was stated that Dr. •ds was appointed a member of the 1 ! 'nurd to till vacancy "occasioned the nun (|iialitii*at ion of Dr. Green," i «.'ini: the impression that the lat ' Mined gentleman was not qualified '"lunge the duties of the (Nisition. Green is eminently qualified to fill pwition, hut his failure to qualify Lcing appointed left a vacancy, * li; di mis tilled as staled above. l T r "Veinents are being made in the «■ern Pacific round house in this I he center stalls are being fitted 1 drop pits fi ir convenience in hand "''"iimtives w hich it is desired to I ^ itli the addition of these pits, ti ucted to permit the drive wheels bucks to drop with the adjustable "liile the locomotive is held in po II *'•' SII BI"'its underneath, the work k formerly required two days can '-'J" oin pushed in as many hours. It li,! " 1 the intention to increase the ca * it) nf the round house by the erec 1 "f fifteen more stalis to accomodate - 'o s ni fiimi divisional runs, which ,I,1U ' Le kept upon side tracks on '''o'f limited room in the round •'ghtengale has just finished 'k'ered to Spencer Jarrett of an incubator with a capacity n-gs.and two brooders for rear 1 kiekens when hatched. The l '' r similar to that in use by tmtengale during the past five 111 fla* brooders are constructed " ' llev 'b improved plan. They are 11 -.'' il as tu secure an even temper t '"'th heat from both top and bot 1 ' ls plan. Mr. Xightengrleclaims, 'die objection to top heat, which '■e dizziness and an unhealthy ^'" ll "f the young "chicks," and '"tt"in heat, which results in leg '■* and other defects in chickens. "•'Ml expects with his new appli . "engage extensively in chicken ^ a! his ranch near Springdale. ^Tfmm j| p- Case, who is op iftd 'Lige ;il 'd express line between ' Wr and the Boulder mines, -Mr x 11 r 1 Work progressing favora ^ Independence mine, three Miity being constantly kai^j company have driven the Jl11 Ut-ir property a distance of 1 tils ,.i f«r the new ten-stamp mill, I'tojxnses to erect the coming on the Daisy mine ''"tlii-iently to supply all the ^l* it i * | 'ii. I he tunnel *<«! " lt< lt ''* Uie ore body and work V rCT nly BUB l >ende(1 Saturday Srovj, , ld '*** n I'manure is constantly "Htw as deve l°pment progresses ,JUtl() «k m | Pr T rty ' aiMl ^together the lWc riL ' ' l for a lively season in r camp the coming summer. *n. traim and re jMipu pub tw to 5 ol i ; . Register. Do not fail to attend the republican primaries tonight. I he regular semi-monthly whist of the Calumet club was given at Albemarle Thursday evening. M. A. Stevens has put in a stock confectionery in connection with restaurant on lower Main street. The spring term of school in Lovely district opened Monday Miss Maggie Tinling as teacher. Charles Harris of Big Timber was amined Wednesday by the pension upon his application for original pension. The resignation of A. P. McAnnelly justice of the peace for lied Lodge einet was tendered to the county missioners Monday and accepted. The appointment of David P. Horne as deputy county assessor wasap proved by the commissioners Tuesday. He w ill enter upon his duties the Monday in April. The county commissioners on Monday ordered the county bridges insured follows: Big Timber bridge, 84,500: at Livingston, 83,500; Fridley, 82,500; Canyon, si. .'dH); (Jaidiuer, 81,500; Boul der. .<1.0 n. I he county commissioners have thorized the drawing of plans for building to be erected upon the county i poor farm on Chicken creek, and ! clerk is authorized to advertise for j to be received before the loth day j May. An election of the voters of this school j district is called for Saturday, April | 22ml, 1802, for the purpose of electing j two trustees for the term of three years and the transaction of such other busi ness as may come liefere the vote at j annual school meeting. The polls will ! be open from 2 o'clock until sunset. j Plans for a brick building to be erected ; upon the poor farm are being prepared by Messrs. (îalbraith A: Fuller. The contemplated cost of the structure will be from 84.000 to 85,000. and it will be finished that the capacity of the build ing can be readily increased as more room is demanded by the erection of annex. With this improvement made the cost of maintaining the county poor will be materially reduced and a consid erable saving annually result to the count v. Sunday night a slight blaze occurred in the frame building on Main street owned by ('. S. Hefferlin and formerly occupied by M. A. Williams as aeon fectionery store. When discovered Harnes were issuing from the roof near the rear, and as no fire had lieen in the building since its occupancy several weeks before, it was evidently the work of an incen diary. In response to an alarm the fin apparatus was quickly upon the ground and the flames extinguished with slight loss. At the meeting of Farragut Post No. 7 G. A. R., held at their armory in Miles block Tuesday evening a court martial was appointed to enquire into charges made against Dr r G. W. Grant, a mem ber of the post. The members compos ing the court martial arc: F.W. Wright, Pierce Hoopes, George T. Chambers, Thomas J. Mains, J. F. Lawrence and D. S. Richardson., The general charge against Dr. Grant is conduct unbecom ing a soldier and gentleman in his rela tions with the Grand Army. The court martial is instructed to meet Friday evening, March 18th, for hearing evi dence in the case. The Dialectic club met as usual on Monday evening, with Professor Ostein in the chair. After the usual routine work Mr. Goixlall presented a very in teresting paper on "A Day in Modern Egypt." As the paper would not admit of discussion Mr. Goixlall was called on to answer numerous questions, which he did in such an able manner as to amount almost to a lecture. The members of the club also enjoyed a rare treat in looking over Mr. Goodall's fine collection of photographs of Egyptian scenes and antiquities. At the next regular meet ing George L. Carey will read a papier on "The National Banking System." One week from next Monday the Rev. Jones will read a paper on "Gambling." Saturday last the ranch residence of John Holliday, four miles west of town, was burglarized and a quantity of cloth ing and other articles stolen. Messrs. Lobdell and John Bender, adjoining ranchmen, discovered the theft, and were enabled by tracks in the snow to follow the perpetrators to a dugout sev eral miles farther up the track, where, after some difficulty, two men were ar rested and brought to Livingston. One of the men was arraigned in Magistrate Lepley's court Wednesday, where he gave his name as Charles Brown, and succeeded in convincing the court, by a straightforward story, that his compan ion was the guilty party, and he was ac cordingly discharged. The other pris oner was arraigned in Justice Hosford's court, where he gave his name as Fred rick Baker, waived examination on a charge of burglary and was held to ap> pear at the next term of district court. In default of bail he was committed to ihe county jail. Articles of in corporation of the Liv ingston Milling company have been ex ecuted and filed with the county clerk the past week. The object of the com pany is to conduct a general milling business in Park county, manufacturing Hour, meal, etc., and buying and selling grain and feed. The principal office and mill of the company will be located in this city. Incorporators ami directors for the first three months are: Charles Bowers, J. S. Thompson, F. A. Krieger, A. W. M îles, nnd George L. Carey. The capiital stock of the company is 820,000, divided into 1,000 shares of a par value of #20 each. The intention of the com pany is to begin the erection of a custom mill with a capacity of fifty barrels, and h*ve , t copijilpted and ready LQ handle the crop of the coming summer. As the enterprise is strictly a home institution and one calculated to benefit the ranch men as well as the entire community it should receive the encouragement of every public spirited citizen. With its inauguration a new field of industry will be opened to the agriculturists and at the same time the large amount of money that has been sent abroad for a bread supply will be kept in circulation in this county, thus ensuring ito permanency and financial success, if the ranchmen, who will be assured pf a remunerative market, will engage to a sufficient ex tent in the growing of wheat. party the of his the with ex as fire- ! com Van j first, as i two ' au a the of John Pendergast is erecting a dwelling in Riverside addition. Hefferlin Bros, have had electric lights put in their store. Rev. R. E. Smith is holding a scries meetings in Big Timber this week. Herman Bauman has commenced erection of a brick residence in River side addition. i The democrats will hold their convention on the 28th and their maries on the 26th. Alderman Frank Beley has begun w ork upon a brick residence to lx* erected near his bottling works in Riverside dition. Mr. Thomas H. Sharpe, special adjus ter for the Queen Insurance company, was in the city Thursday and adjusted the loss of Smith »t Erb. Work of tearing down the stone ware house of Thompson Bros., preparatory to beginning the erection of the two story brick annex to their store was be gun Tuesday. Manager Young of Fowlie's opera house announces the Maud Granger combination as lxx>ked for an engage ment in this city, beginning April 4th. The Ole Olson company will appear April 14th. Nathan I). T. Weatherman appeared before District Clerk Emmons Wednes day and made linal proof of his timber culture claim in Melville. His witnesses were Dana W. Cross and W. G. Strong, j both of Melville. j A Washington dispatch of the 14tli says: Hon. Allan R. Joy of Liv ingston is here and is interested in the bill to set j off a part of the Yellowstone Park, so as j to provide right of way for the proposed railroad to Cooke. A petition signed by 135 residents of ! Red Lodge was presented to the county . . ,, , commissioners Monday to incorporate that town. It was examined, approved and Joseph L. McAnnelly apipointed to take a census of the proposed town of Red Lodge. Married at the home of Mr. Brown on B street, Mr. Win. E. Jones and Miss Mamie Lundeen, on Saturday night last, by Rev. Robert Livingston. Mr. Jones is the present manager of the Living ston hotel and his bride is the present proprietor of the establishment. The Blue Ribbon club held its regular meeting Monday night for work in the fourth degree. Extraneous influences in the early part of the session proved a dampener upon the proceedings, but confidence was soon re-established and the initiation of new members proceeded with the usual enthusiasm. President Oakes of the Northern Pa cific and party arrived by spiecial train Tuesday afternoon, on their return from a tour of inspection to the Pacific coast. The piarty consisted of President Oakes, General Manager Mellon, E. V. Smalley, editor of the Northwest Magazine, Will ter Oakes aril P. A. O'Farrell. Attorney George Haldron of Butte, and at one time a resident of this city, has returned from Cheyenne, Wyoming, where he graduated in the Keeley insti tute after taking the "jag" degree. He is loud in praise of the Keeley treat ment and believes he is thoroughly cured of the liquor and tobacco habits. Circular letters have been sent out from Butte to base ball men in Helena, Livingston, Billings, Miles City, Great Falls, Dillon, Anaconda, De; - Lodge, Philipsburg, Granite, Missoula, Boze man and Marysville, inviting those cities to send delegates to a base ball eonven tion to be held in Butte on March 26 Each city will be entitled to two repre sentatives. Reporter: A. L. Love has a bond on the Anderson & Ducet coal claims south of town, and on Thursday he and Prof. Swallow, a mining expert from Helena, was here and spent the full day in look ing over flie ground. He did not come into town at all. The bond expires in about twenty days, and it is expiected that the deal will be made before the expiration of that time. The professor expressed himself as being well pileased with what he saw. Bullion from the Cumberland mine has been coming in slowly the past two weeks, but is reported to be accumulât ing up>on the dumps at the mines, ten carloads being piled up at that place last week. So far 170 carloads have been received here since operations were be gun last June. The Reporter states that a contract to run 500 feet of drifts upon the company's mines has been let. They propose to sink the shaft to the depth of 1,000 feet and run drifts in every direct ion to show up the ore body. A Washington special to the Inde pendent of the I4tli says the prospects now are that no bill granting the right of way through Yellowstone Park to any road will pass at this session of congress. The bill for the Montana Mineral rail road was just saved to-day from a mo tion of indefinite postponement and goes over for a week. The feeling in con gress is that no road shall be built in the Park. Representative Dixon has a bill to cut off a portion of the Park and al low all roads to be built there which may be desired, but the sentiment of the committee is against such action. Galbraith & Fuller are engaged in furnishing plans for Thompson Bros', two-story annex and the remodeling of the present store building. It is the in tention to remove the Btairway from the Main street front and continue the plate glass front to take its place. Instead a grand stairway will be put in the center of the store room with a large skylight directly above it. The plans also con template the removal of the elevator to the annex or grocery department, to be propelled by water power. The furnish ings also include a complete system of steam heat, water and electric light, and will make this one of the most elegant and complete general merchandising es tablishments in the state. About 3 o'clock Tuesday morning fire was discovered in the residence belong ing to Erb & Smith on lower Main street. An alarm was at once given by the fir ing of revolvers and was responded to by Policeman Skillin and Nightwatchman Altimus who, owing to the fact that but few people were upon the streets at that hour of the night, were compelled al most unassisted to convey the hose carts to the scene of the blaze. Notwithstand ing this fact a stream of water from the hvdrant at the corner of Main and Clark streets was soon playing upon the struc ture, but the flames which evidently had been confined to the interior of the struc ture a considerable time before being discovered had gained such headway that when tne fire was extinguished the building, together with the contents, was almost a total loss. The building was occupied by Messrs. Erb and Smith as sleeping apartments, but neither of them were at nome at the time of the fire and its origin is uncertain although it is believed to have caught from.» de fective flue. The loes is about #2,500, covered by a policy of #900 upon the building in the Hartford of Connecticut, represented by A. R. Joy, and #1,000 upon household furniture, apparel, etc inthe Queens of America, represented Potts Jk Webster. by of a of the pri ad ! ! j j j I ' wo* of putting . no« pl.nfe :o the com f, .i*( ..... » .......... to the comfort and convenience of department. E. Gough non r, who has been suffering from a severe attack of pneumonia past week, is much improved and pects shortly to be able to again greet his friends at his business office. In observance of St. Patrick's day members of the Ancient Order of bernians marched in a body to the Cath olic church and received holy commun ion administered by Father Coopman. Beginning Monday next the ploy^ of the Northern Pacific shops will beer in mmn o. .......... ne snups win negm upon the summer schedule ten hours per day instead of the nine hour schedule that is in force during winter. A telegram was received Thursday ! H. J. Miller from his partner, A. R. Jay, who is now in Washington, stating that j indications are very favorable to the pas ; s «ge by both houses of congress of i bill providing for a change in the Park I boundaries that will permit railroad con ; struction to Cooke. ! The concert given at Fowlie's hall i AV ednesday evening under the auspices ! of Y. P,----- old, the celebrated Norwegian violinist whose musical selections fully justifies the claim that he possesses rare musical ability. « The first annual ball of the local or der Brotherhood of Railway Carmen of j America was gived at Fowlie's hall Thursday evening and was a complete social and financial success. The hall had been neatly decorated by the com mittees in charge and presented an at tractive ami inviting appearance with its arches of evergreen from which were suspended colored lanterns, while over the stage in Urge letters appeared the following: "The Carmen's Brotherhood of America Welcome to All." Promptly at 0 o'clock the grand march was called and to the excellent music of the Liv ingston Harmonicas the large number in attendance "tripped the light fantastic" until an early hour yesterday morning. Supper was served in the basement of t he Miles block under the supervision of j p. B. Morris of the Cafe Royal, and in every particular sustained the enviable reputation that gentleman has estab lished. Taken as a whole the first an nual ball of the Carmen's Brotherhood was a brilliant affair, relleeting credit alike upon the order and the committees who so carefully arranged every detail for the enjoyment of their guests. of Y. P. S. C. E. of the Congregational church was a successful affair. The chief attraction was Herr August Aam M. K. Church .Social. The M. E. sociable at their church last Friday evening was a financial suc | cess and a very enjoyable affair. The j total proceeds amounted to 840.80,825.70 I of which came from the supper proper; 87.80 from the candy table, and 87.20 from the art galleay. The object of the sociable, a very worthy one, was the raising of funds to repair, rather to furn ish, the M. E. church house, the oldest in Livingston or Park county. The candy table was furnished entirely with a home manufactured article, which was so good as to cause the rumor that the M. E. ladies might go into the candy manufacturing business. The art gal lery gave evidence of uncommon skill in the adaptation of names to things. Of course there were in the gallery some very good specimens of art, but they were entirely surpassed by two living, charming specimens of female beauty, whose evident modesty only enhanced their other attractive qualities. Miss Gussie Johnson and Miss Lillian Miller were in charge of the gallery. A Visitor. List of Lettern Advertised at LivIngsloit Montan«. Mar<-li 14. 18!l'l. Ulingingsmitli, .lohn M Lewis, Miss Ada Carroll, Miss N. Evans, Jeremiah (Iralian. M Hawkins, Dennis Harvey, Miss Emma Kilduff, Harry Keiton. John K ne hr, VV T Wi Persons calling fo "Advertised." Lanphsar, Orriu I.ee, Win E (2> McCov, Alex Melis,' Dr < R Kotlmer, Frank Smith, W II Tliornqnist, Jack Thompson, John iril, Alt red. - the above will pleas S. M. Paiiks, P. PERSONAL POINTS. S. T. Marcliington of Chico was in town yesterday. Isaac Orschel visited the temporary capital the past week. H. J. Pickering of Horr was in the city Thursday on a business trip. Seth Johnson of Castle greeted his Livingston friends Tuesday. W. L. Shanks of Big Titulier was in the city the first of the week. R. E. Cutler of Gardiner was among arrivals in the city Wednesday. William Wright of Springdale was among visitors in town Tuesday. Peter Baer, one of the mine owners of Emigrant, was in the city the past week Andrew Peterson of Springdale was a business visitor in Livingston Monday. Fred Brooks of the Gordon Bros. Lumber company, visited Helena Satur day. J. B. Annin of the firm of Ann n & DeHart, Cokedale, was in the city Mon day. Judge W. G Strong of Melville was among visitors at the county capital Wednesday. R. T. Smith, proprietor of the Halfway station on the Castle road, was in town Thursday. John Officer, of the firm of Shearlock Officer, Hunters Hot Springs, was in town Thursday. A. C. Logan of Hunters Hot Springs was in town Thursday on his return from a trip to Helena. Bert Wright, one of the prominent stockgrowers of the Shields valley, was in Livingston the past week. W. M. Green, manager for the Gordon Bros. Lumber company at Stillwater, spent Sunday in Livingston, David Kennedy and wife went down to Hunters Hot Springs Saturday for a brief sojourn at that popular resort. County Surveyor Charles Tappan went up to Horr Thursday to make a survey for the Park Coal and Coke company. A. W. Miles and family returned Sat urday evening from California, where Mrs. Miles and children spent the win ter. George L. Carey, cashier of the Liv ingston National bank, returned Monday from a two weeks' business trip to St. Paul. Mrs. Alan Maeonoehie returned Wed nesday from Decorah, Iowa, where she spent the winter visiting relatives and friends. C. M. Lovely came over from Bozeman the past week, where he has been spend ing the winter, and went up to his ranch near Clyde Park. D. W. Cross and N. D. T. Weatherman, prominent ranchmen and stockgrowers Melville, were among visitors in the city Wednesday. Benj. Strickland, formerly a promi^ nent stockgrower of this section, arrived from Iowa Saturday and greeted his friends in this city, James Schofield of upper Shields river was in tuwn Tuesday. He intends leas ing his ranch and will again become a resident of Livingston. Lee Eisenberg returned Monday from visit to the eastern markets, where he purchased a large line of goods for his spring and summer trade. J. H. Stinson, formerly of this city, but for the past year a resident of Butte, was in the city the past week looking after real estate interests here. Mrs. Charles Gardner of Bozeman, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. James Fowlie of this city, returned to her home yesterday. J. R. King departed Sunday for a two weeks'visit to California. Upon his re turn he will be accompanied by his wife and children and the family of T. S. Ash x who have been spending the winter in that state. I «"7^. S^ÂÎlfad^ ; -Sf = rîT^Hr'i Sunday with his family in this city. Chief Clerk Hickman of the Northern Pacific offices returned Monday from east, whither he recently went to dergo treatment for partial deafness. William Bowen started Wednesday evening for a visit to his old home Pennsylvania. He will also visit friends j n Bismarck and Minneapolis, returning about the 15th of June. T H. Smith returned Wednesday from a three weeks' visit with relatives and friends in Kansas City, and resumed his position as deputy of „wi, county clerk. D. N. West of Castle was the first of the week. He in the city is confident ■ that that place will shortly be connected j i j j with the outside world by means of rail road transportation and bècome greatest mining camp on earth. Fatal Accident at Logan. Michael Cody, a former section fore man on the Rocky Fork railway and res ident of Mason, fell from Thursday's west bound train about one mile east Logan and sustained fatal injuries ! 1 | on „ hls w _ a 7 t ?_ H ® lena .^ to _ 1 ?? ! for work. He was standing upon the platform between the cars, and being somewhat under the influence of liquor was thrown, by a sudden lurching of the train, forcibly to the ground, striking upon his head and shoulders, crushing his skull, breaking an arm and inflicting a deep cut in his left side. As soon the accident was discovered the train was stopped and the unfortunate man taken on Ixiard and conveyed to Logan, where a physician was summoned, but his injuries were of such a nature that little could be done for him and he died about an hour after the accident. His body was placed on board the east bound train Thursday evening and brought to Bozeman, where it was turned over to the coroner of Gallatin county and an inquest held upon it yesterday after noon. Mrs. Cody, who was notified of the un fortunate accident, went over to Boze man by yesterday's Pacific express and accompanied her husband's remains east by last evening's train. Ileal It of Mr». Gawert. The following obituary notice ap peared in the Daily Journal, published at Henderson, Kentucky, on the 9th inst: Died in this city, Saturday, March 5th, in the 42nd year of her life, Mrs. Annie Gassert. The death of the esteemed lady was much regretted in the community, which mourns with the relatives over the gloomy calamity. She passed away sur rounded by her husband and relatives, peacefully and quietly, her spirit wing ing its invisible flight to the world be yond in quietness and serenity- such a death as is befitting the close of a life of Christian uprightness and purity. The deceased was the wife of Mr. Henry Gas sert, a man of large means and well known in his state of Montana. She was the sister of Mr. F. P. Cooper, of this city. On Saturday afternoon all that was earthly of this excellent woman was consigned to rest in Fern wood. A costly monument will be erected by the husband over the remains of his beloved wife. Church Matters. Baptist church, corner of B and Lewis streets: Regular preaching services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sabbath school at 12 in. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. in. A cordial welcome to all. Wm. M. Weeks, Pastor. Methodist: "Our Treasures and Where to Keep Them," and "The Fourth Commandment," will be themes for dis cussion by the pastor next Sabbath. New Barber Shop. Having purchased the barber shop and fixtures of George Calkins, the un dersigned will conduct a first-class ton sorial parlor in the rooms adjoining Sea man's bakery, west side Main street. As we are both well known to the citizens of Livingston we will need no introduc tion to the people of this city. We will make no reduction in prices, but will maintain the same charges made by other shops, 15 cents for shaving and 35 cents for hair cutting, and respectfully solicit a liberal share of public patron age. Schneider & Deitz. SPECIAL MENTION. Hair cut and shampoo 50 cents at Handly's. Rubber boots for men, ladies, boys and children at Hefferlin Bros. As we have the best equipped shop for doing work and the best of workmen to wait on you, give us a call. Wm. Handly, Oppostie postoffice. Bulk oysters and fresh celery at Parks & G ilboy's. Go to O'Neil's for a speckled Havana. Fresh oysters at Krieger & Cos'. Hefferlin Bros, have sepured the agency for the popular Gold Medal flour of the Washburn, Crosby Milling Co. of Minneapolis. Lovers of good bread should give this flour a trial, Gilt edge creamery butter, ranch eggs, Swiss cheese, Holland herring, finnan haddie and steak halibut at Parks & Gilroy's. Cure your corns. Big 4 does it. At Peterson's. 300 styles fancy rockers and easy chairs at A. Krieger & Co's. For choice family groceries go to Krieger & Co. We will give you the best job of hair cutting to be had in the state for 25 cents. Shampooing 25 cents. Are you made miserable by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, ellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a pos itive cure. Don't limp around with corns when you can purchase a bottle of Big 4 Corn Cure for 25 cents. At Peterson's. For summer complaint nothing equals Dr. Hess' Blackberry Balsam. Sold by A. Peterson. Postmaster Foster of Lubec, Me., writes that after the Grip, Hood's Sars aparilla brought him out of a feeble, nervous condition, into complete strength and health. Hood's pills have won high praise for their prompt and efficient yet easy action. The Rev. George H. Thayer, of Bour bon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure." Which will you have, Gold Medal or Electric Light flour? At Hefferlin's. at Get your hair opt for 25 cepta Handly's. Fancy Npw York apples, cranberries, nave] oranges and Malaga grapes at Parks & G it. boy's. "Monarch Brand" of fruits and vegeta bles at Thompson Bros. We have just received a carload of famous Gold Medal Flour from the Wash bu r n-Croeby Milling company of Minneapolis. This is a superior article lovers of good bread should not hes itate to get a sack All we ask is a trial substantiate our statements. Hefferlin Bros. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.—A positive cure for Catarrh, Diphthafig and Cau ker-Mouth. For fresh fruits and vegetables go to Krieger Jk Co's Family grocery. For boots and shoes made to order go O. Vicain, back of Thompson Bros. take the cake for fine work. Shiloh's Cure will immediately velievg Croup, Whooping Cough apd Bronchitis. Each season t^aa its own peculiar mal ady; but with the blood maintained in a state of uniform vigor and purity by the Ayer's Sarsaparilla little danger need be feared from îeteorological in fluence*. No other blood medicine is eo and effective. 3 m ' boî rf&mÄÄ" 1 wHU.ti"" TT 8oM * MA - | For Dyi the un in of k Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you have a printed gurantee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to cure. Choice coffees and teas a specialty at Krieger & Co's. A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Crescent creamery butter at Thomp son Bros. "I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a number of years, and it has always given me satisfaction. It is an excellent dressing, prevents the hair from turning gray, insures its vigorous growth, and keeps the scalp white and dean." Mary A. Jackson, Salem, Mass. The best lime is furnished by the Liv ingston Lime Works. O. Mattson. That hacking cough can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. J. A. Brown & Co. When baby was sick, we gave her ('astoria, When 9he was a child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she citing to Castoria, When 9he hail children, she gave them Castoria. Mnner Makes Money. Deposited in the Merchants Bank pays 8 per cent interest on time deposits. C. S. Hefferlin, Cashier. &akiH c POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength.—Latest C. S. Govern ment Food Report. Royai. Baki.no Powoek Co., ltm Wall St., N . V. F. S. Webster & Go., Real Estate, Loans anil Insurance. Rffpryvcw J National Park Bank. REFERENCES, j Livingston National Bank HOOPES & EATON, insurance:. Itisks safely placed at the regular rates and in the best companies. Remember it costs no more to insure in a company that will pay you full value for your loss than it does in a company thaï will pay yon from 30 to 40 per cent of said loss Life and Accident Insurance. MINING STOCK. Do yon want to buy Mining Stock in Castle. Cooke City, Bear Gulch, Emigrant Gulch. Mill Creek or tne Boulder? Have you Miniog Stock for sale? REAL ESTATE. Do you want to sell ? Do you want to buy ? Do von want to build? Do you want to loan money? Do you want to borrow money? If you want aiiy of these call and see ns. Orschel Block, Livingston, Mont, HORSES SALE. I have in the neighborhood of 250 head of Horses, Mares and Colts that I wish to dispose of. There are probably sixty head of four and five year old horses. The balance of the band is an average lot of mares, with extra-sized colts from one to three years old. Any one wishing *to purchase any of the above stock, will try and make it to their advantage. W. G, PFOUTS, BUTTE, MONTANA. TAXIDERMY! Parties wishing specimens of taxi dermy mounted in first class style and at reasonable prices will please call at my shop, one block we*t of Enteu i*ii!SB oftl~e, and see fur yourselves, or address by mail. Express orders re ceive prompt attention. Correspond ence solicited. No. 1 prices paid for all kinds of game heads, furs, etc , in good condition. FRANK B.TOLHURST F OUND.—A gold ring with stone setting. The owner can have same by proving property and paying for this notice on application at this office. 3-5 I jlOR SALE. —One hundred and twenty-five head of high grade range cattle, including a number of three-year old steers, will sell the whole band for $18 per head. For further in formation enquire at this office. A. P. 3-I9-4t S EALED PROPOSALS will be received up to 12 o'clock noon March 26th, 1892, to excavate water ditch one mile east of Benson's Landing on the south side of the Yellowstone river. Will be 4 miles long, first 31^ miles to be 6 feet wide in the bottom and inches deepl last 3V* of a mile feet wide in the bottom. i8 inches deep. Where there is no cut must be fill to make the depth above staked. All bids must he by the rod, run ning measure. \Ye reserve the right to accept or reject apy or all bids. Address: A. II. Delone, Livingston. A LIAS si M HONS.— NO. KoS—I n the district Cinrt of the Sixth Judicial district of the state of Montana, In and for the county of Park Helen J. Welch, plaintiff, against Alfred M elch, defendant. The state of Montana sends the above named defendant. greeting to You are hereby re quired to appear in an action broucht against yon by the above named plaintiff in the district conn of the Sixth Judicial district of the state of Montana, in ana for said county of PaLr^a answer the complaint filed therein u-Hhta, days (exclusive of the day of ,*£ D sep-ice on yon of this summons—if èerv.5» î.î!? e this county, or if served out ot tl.il w,t * 1 in this district, then Within t veni. a count r b »t in within forty d»jw^-ir judgment bVVAr^ tagen against you, accofdii e to fault wi 'l aaid complaint. The said action i t a he K l)ra} ' el «* obtain a decree of this court to dtas„ivI? r 2 n l W to rimony existing bet Jh «fi* bonds ™ MHure of defendant* crBe W »4 rd * support of JitatHi ln .^"«rihuUng iinor child bilra of^sHiri ^L"? Wefck, the care «^t Sr „ t fe_ aad . the minor mo/chUd-" «ul cm! be just s^eauitahi ïn ' tller re i^»lb ^ipearhy referekL^ f îf ble > " will more An<1 jou are the complaint on file ÄÄ r .?* hand and . .. dfa) . the il Park, Lord, w *loWff> AlL. k - to com Of One Dollar's Worth ! ■for; ■at; I. Orschel & Bra's. During the next thirty days we will sell Overcoats and Underwear at the Above Rate. We must make room for our im mense Spring Stock which will soon arrive. I- ORSCHEL <& BRO. Main Street, . Livingston, Mont. HAVE YOU COUNTED THE COST? J. U is an unwise householder who takes a risk. __IS YOUR PROPERTY INSURED? 11 not no time should be lost in placing it m a safe company. E. SWINDLEHUEST * — REPRESEN NTS-— RELIABLE COMPANIES. SAFE COMPANIES. SURE GUARANTEE. Ocean Steamship Tickets For Sale, to and from all European Countries on all First Class Lines. REAL ESTATE, Offk mortgage loans, fire insurance, rents. ovki; Krikuek's FchNiTciiF. Store, Livingston. Gordon Bros. Lumber IjIVUN" gston, BIG TIMBER AND STILLWATER, Have constantly on hand a large supply of LUMBER, Lath, Sash, Doors, Lime, In HARDWARE, fact Everything required Contractors and Bulders. by KRIEGER & CO„ WHOLESALE and retail DEALERS IN Staple and Fancy Groceries. We make a .Specialty of Choice Tea, Coffee and Pure Spices. MAIN STREET, LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. CHARLES GARNIER, Manufacturer of CIGARS. Beware of imitations. See that every label bears my signature, NEW STOCK OF Carpets and Wall Paper, -AT A. KRIEGER & CO. Lithograph Plats the New World Mining District, showing the exact position of Cooke City townsite and all the mines in the district adjacent, can be had at this office. Price, 25 Cents. Also the most complete list of Blanks in Eastern Montana. Legal gp-WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.: