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I k I. ...... The following call to the women of Montana has been prepared by Mis. Clara L. MeAilow, member of the ladies' national committee for this state : We take ibis method of calling upon the women of our state, to awaken at once to the magnificent opportunity that awa ts them in tlie World's Colum bian exposition. The time is rapidly approaching when America will welcome to her shores the women of all lands, and in the brief time intervening between now and May 1. 1893, we must work with great dili gence and unity of purpose in order to make an exhibit worthy of the women of Montana. Never in the history of the world have such brilliant possibilities been within the reach of women, and now, with the gathering of nations at our very doors, it becomes us to join heart and hand with our sister states in one grand effort to lead in the triumphal march and in testifying to the observers of the world what the freedom and privileges of our favored country have , , »lone for the elevation anil advancement of women. The object of this circular is to in form the women of the state that com mittees on woman's work have been ap pointed in the several counties. These committees are ready to act and must have the prompt and cheerful co-opera tion of the women of their respective counties in order to insure success in the work tln-y have undertaken. We want to know what the women of Montana have done, what they can do, and what they will tlo. The time has arrived when we must unite our forces and with one determine»! purpose move forwaril. We must give time anil thought to the work we have in hand, we must lose sight of individual glory anil prejudie s and consider only the final outcome of our labor, which will prove the weakness or strength of Mon tana women. Chairmen of county committees shoulil lose no time in taking the initi ative step and through the local news paper appeal to the women of their re spective counties for assistance. Throughout the state, we believe, we will Hnii a friend in that powerful agent, the press, and through the press we must give publicity to our plans. Upon the efficient county work the success of our exhibit ilepends. Therefore, let the women of each county form themselves • into a band of earnest workers. All along the lines of industrial, intellectual and moral activity in the departments of art. invention, authorship, professions anil manufactures women are employed, and it is essential that each county be thoroughly canvassed in search of the meritorious work that women are doing! Wc most earnestly recommend that women and organizations of women con templating the preparation of exhibits, begin their work at once. Let us pre pare the best examples of our work in whatever line we excel, never forgetting that it is the excellent quality of sam ples, and not the quantity, by which we will be judged. Application for space should be made as soon as possible. Competitive ex hibits will be placed in the main expo sition building. The woman's building will be open for the display of the moBt brilliant work of woman from all parts of the world. Only articles of superior excellence will lind a place in the wo man's budding. The question as to whether exhibits in the woman's build ing should be competitive has not been decided by the board of lady managers but the expectation is at headquarters that they will be. The Montana building to be erected on the exposition ground is intended mainly for a comfortable and convenient home for Montana visitors. It will con tain suitable apartments for the exclu sive use of Montana women. In the reading room we will have on tile a j newspapers, journals, etc., edited in whole, or in part by the women uf the state. We also desire books written by Montana women, and invite every auth or to send us two copies of each of her books. One copy is required for the li brary in the woman's building, which will contain the woman authors of the world ; and one copy for the woman's reading room in our state building, which will include only the women au thors of Montana. Competitive exhibits will not be al lowed in the state building. Each t \.it-., n mil «mt citizen« - ' .....el— uecora lions, etc., w Inch will be properly dis- ! , played and also serve to enhance the j lieauty and interest of our surround ings. The organization of local com- ' county may contribute views of the natural scenery, public buildings, por- j ° >je< ts , I mittees, which will Boon be effected in every section of the state, w ill prepare i us for systematic work. The impor tance of these local committees anil the 1 responsibilities assumed by the wo- i men appointed to preside over the same j is apparent. They are the medium through which must be dissem- 1 " inated in every city, town, village and community all essential information relative to woman's work at the Colum | bum exposition. They are also the channels through which we must go in search of that all iroportant factor, individual effort, end ; upon individual effort a creditable ex- f hibit of the women of Montana depends. I We will take pleasure in answering any inquiries and furnishing all neces-1 ----- ..... I #ary information relative to state work. | PERSONAL POINTS. Herman Kahle of Fridley was in town Sat u rday. Engineer J. 15. Woods visited Hutte Tuesday. s . B. Roberts of Big Timber was in town Monday. Col. Rowley of Billings was a visitor in Livingston Saturday. Mrs. E. Haskins and Miss Hattie Hill visited Helena Sunday. Adolph X. Veit is visiting friends in Milwaukee anil Chicago. Hon. Paul McCormick of Yellowstone county was m the city Tuesday. E. Goughnour went up to Mulherin Monday to look up his sawmill inter ests. County Superintendent Eva M. Hun ter visited the Fridley school vester day. James Howell and E. V. Hedges ! „ tarte j Monday for the Boulder mining Strict 1 ,, ... I Mrs. \\ . C. Sehlbredeand son returned 1 Saturday from a visit with her parents ! in Oregon. Mrs. Andrew Campbell of Billings is visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Eckles of this city. Hon. C. P. Blakeley and W. D. Flow ers of Bozeman were visitors in Living ston Thursday. S. P. Panton of Bozeman was in the city Wednesday on his return from a visit to Billings. Hon. C. II. Eaton and Commissioner Hoppe returned Sunday evening from a trip to Billings. Mrs. D. V. DeHart and Mrs. J. B. Annin of Cokedale visited Livingston friends Monday. Miss Jota Hunter went up to Chico Tuesday to visit with the family of Mrs. W. I). Cameron. Superintendent Finn made a trip over the Park branch Saturday to pay em ployes on that line. George Welcome of Horr was among arrivals from the upper Yellowstone coke metropolis Thursday. Mrs. W. R. Keruiode of Bozeman came down from Chico last evening, where she has been visiting with friends. Conductor J. 1). Brandenburg and wife returned Sunday evening from a visit with friends in Miles City. H. W. Bingham is sojourning at the hot springs of Emigrant in the hope of being benetitted by the waters of that resort. Mrs. Jessie Vaughn came down from Fridley Saturday an her way to Mission where she will reside upon her home stead claim. Mrs. Bruce and Miss Basinski, who have been visiting the family of Herman Orschel, returned to their home at Miles City Monday. William Woolsey and wife and the Misses Wilson departed the first of the weak by private conveyance for a tour of Wonderland. Isaac Orschel returned Monday from a business trip to eastern Park county points in the interest of the firm of I. Orschel & Bro. Mrs. C. E. Gardiner and son, accom panied by Mrs. George Ennis, went down to Billings Monday to visit with Mrs. Gardiner's mother. Dr. A. H. Hersey, the hustling travel ing representative of the Anaconda Standard, was in the city Tuesday in the interest of that paper. Woodson Hodges has gone to Black hawk to superintend representation work upon the Triumvirate group of mines in which he is interested. Uncle John Yancey, the genial host of the Pleasant Valley hotel in the Yellow - stone National Park, greeted his numer ous Livingston friends Thursday. George W. Shawk and wife, who have been visiting their son, Dr. W. L. Shawk during the past year, departed for their home in Cleveland, Ohio, Thursday. John Egeler was in from Clyde Park Tuesday. He reports crops in that lo cality as looking well with prospects for a large yield of both hay and grain. Judge Frank Henry and wife and A. J. Bailey, deputy district clerk, and wife, will start next Monday for a three weeks' outing in the Stillwater country. C. W. Savage, proprietor of the Mc Queen hotel at Miles City, came up from Hunters Hot Springs Friday where he , h id been sojourniug the previous week j. H . Conrad, president of the Park Goal and Coke company, came over from Helena and went up to Horr Tuesday morning to look after interests of the company at that place. Robert Anderson of Melville was a ' is,tor ln Livingston Wednesday. He , JU8t marlleted his this year's wool Cl ' P ' amountin K to 23,000 pounds for whlch lle recelved 11 cellts - Frank Bender, Harry Butler, M. M Wolcott and wife, Miss' Eleda Felsted f, ' " : ", A Stenernagel and Mr. \\ oleott of Chicago composed a party of Park tourists who departed from this citv Sunday Miss Anna K. Stryker, principal and instructress in mental and moral philos ophy of the Strvker seminary St \n f u„ n ., . • , ' * Park. Minnesota, was in the city '' e unesday in the interest of thatedu cational institution. She was on her " "" Iler j return from a trip as far west as Butte. I in in is E. L. Dickey, a mine owner of Emi grant. was in Livingston Saturday. He reports work in the placers of that dis trict progressing favorably and with good results in several of the more prom ising properties. J. W. Nelson returned Saturday from Emigrant Springs where he lias been so journing for the treatment of i:n attack of rheumatism. He is greatly improved in health and will shortly return to that place for further treatment. Herald : Senator Power's return home is a pleasant event to his neighbors, who are extending a cordial reception. The senator's health has recently materially improved, and is cause for congratula tions on the part of a host of friends. Chris. Nutson came in from the Boul der district Saturday. He reports about 300 men in that booming camp, with new arrivals daily. Work is being prosecut ed upon a large number of properties and arrangements are progressing favor ably for nulling operations at the Inde pendence, Hidden Treasure, Golden Star and Poorman mines. P. R. Lowell of Lake Basin and one of the prominent woolgrowers of Yellow stone county, arrived in the city Mon day, where he was met by J. II. Ross of the Boulder, with whom he is interested in mining properties in that camp. They will arrange for development of their mine, work upon which will be vigor ously prosecuted during the season. S. H. Provine and wife of Grand Rapids, Michigan, returned to Living ston Sunday from a two weeks sojourn at Hunters Hot Springs whither he went in the hope that the waters of that resort would prove beneficial to Mrs. Provine in the treatment of the injury received during a tour of the Park last season. Wednesday they de parted for the coast and will visit San Francisco and Denver before returning home. Saturday J. C. Vilas, C. W. Savage and /. E. Bloomberg, officers and stock holder# of the Anna C mining company, went over to Castle to look after that mine, work upon which is being prose cuted under direction of J. C. Nye. The Anna C promises to become one of the prominent producers of that rich carbon ate camp when it shall lie provided with railroud transportation to permit retnun erative working of the ores. Senator Sanders Tuesday presented a petition from citizens of Buffalo creek praying for the imposition of a tax upon dealers in articles to be delivered in the future, such as are covered by a bill now pending in the senate. He also intro duced a bid appropriating 8300,000 for the purchase of a site and the construct ion of a public building at Miles Citv. it >#v™ the Clill<lr«n Mr. C. H. Shawen, Wellsville, Kan., says: "It is with pleasure that I speak of the good Chamberlin's colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy 1ms done my family during the last fourteen years. In the most obstinate cases of summer complaint and diarrhiea among my children, it acted as a charm, making it never necessary to call in a physician. I can truthfully say that in iny judg ment, based on years of experience, there is not a medicine in the market that is its equal. For sale by J. E. Ferte —Druggist. Flying Hlalngn. Flying Hiutoga 3rd P No. 74, 2:30; Flying Hiatoga, Jr. P No. 40, 2:23>4, will stand for service at Big Timber season of 1892. Is u standard bred horse from one of the best pacing families in Amer ica 30 in the 2:30 list. Was bred by A. M. Snyder, of Hopedale, Harrison county, Ohio, dam Lady Snyder 5th, record 2:30, got by Scott's Hiatoga, bred by Samuel Scott of Ohio. For further information see pedigree at postoffice, or apply to R. O. Sinclair. 4-23-tf E. O. Clark. "Two years ago two of my family, a young man and a girl, had very severe and dangerous attacks of bloody flux," says Mr. John Cook, of Pilot, Vermilion Co., 111. "The doctor here was unable, after a week s time, to check or relieve either case. I then began using Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhiea Remedy. Improvement was seen very soon and my children arose in a few day's from what I feared would be their death bed. It is a grand, good medicine. For sale by J. E. Ferte, druggist. Money Makes Money. Deposited in the Merchants Bank pays 8 per cent interest on time deposits. C. S. Hefff.ru», Cashier. Ten Per Cent. .Money to Lomu. On improved ranch property, money to loan on city security. J. E. SwiNDLEHURST. Also Pianos, Onfall*. Before buying a piano, write to J. E. Rees. Big Timber Mont., for terms on a Knabe, or Ivers & Pend Piano. Wilcox & \\ hite. or Dyer Bros., organs. Mr. J. E. Thoroughgood, writing from Georgetown, Del., says : "Two teaspoon fuis of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy saved the life of Mrs. Jane Thomas, of this place." He also states that several other very bad cases of bowel complaint there " have been cured by this remedy. For sale bv J. E. Ferte. druggist. While at Big Island, Va., last April, I was taken with a severe attack of diar rhoea. I never had it worse in my life. I tried several old-time remedies,"such as Blacklierry \\ ine. Paregoric and Laudanum without getting any relief. My attention was then called to' Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhiea Remedy by Mr. R. C. Tinsley who had been handling it there, and in less than five minutes after taking a small dose 1 r rl* e ''**d-— Ö. G. Burford, j Harris Creek, Amherst county, Va. " I sale by j'E FeHe iRugg,^.^ For He so of of of to N|i*m-Ih 1 Notice. As I am going out of this line of trade I will sell the remainder of my wagons, buggies, carts, buck Iwiards. etc., at ac tual cost. Now is the time to get bar gains. E. Gough Not* r. V\Z. B. ANISIN St GO. —DEALERS IN tlit* uHcIiratcd Sealskin CIGARS. a Fruits, Confectionery, Cigars, Tobacco, Stationery, School Supplies, Notions. &c., &c The Celebrated French Cure. "APHRODITIKE" Is Sold on a POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any form of nervous dis ease or any dls orderof the gen erative organs of either sex/ whether arising BEFORE from the c xces- AFTER sivo use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium, or through youthful indiscretion, over indul gence, Ac., such ns Loss of Brain Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains in the hack, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Pros tration, Nocturnal Emissions, Lcncorrlioca, Dizziness, Weak Memory, Loss of Power and Impotency, which if neglected often lead to g remature old ago andinsanity. Price fl.lKi a nx, 6 boxes for $5.00. Sent By mall on receipt of price. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE is given for every $5.00 order received, to refund the money If a Permanent enrols notelTcctcd. Wchave thousands of testimonials from old and young of both sexes, who have been permanently cured bv the use of Aphrodttlne. Circulars free. Mention paper. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Western Branch, P. 0. Box 27. PORTLAND, OREGON. Sold by M. IiRl-UOIST A. PETERSON. Livingston, Montmia. LOST MANHOOD Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored. CiLEUfUTE» English Uemeuv 9 Before Tobacco, INERTIA. It is sold on a positive guarantee to cure any form of nervous pros tration or any disorder of the genital organs of either sex, caused • by excessive use of Alcohol or Opium, S After account of youthful indiscretion or over indulgence etc.. Dizziness, Convulsions, Wakefulness. Headache, Mental Depression. Softening of the Drain, Weak Memory. Hearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nocturnal Emissions, Spermatorrhea^ Loss of Power and Impotency, whicn if neglected« may lead to premature old age and insanity. Positively guaranteed. Price. Si.00 a box; 6 boxes for $5.00. Sent bv mail on receipt of price. A written guarantee furnished with every $5.00 order received, to refund the money if a permanent cure is not effected. NERVI A MEDICINE CO., Detroit, Mich. For sale by M. A, PETERSON, Livingston, Mont H00PES & EATON, NSURANCE. Bisks .afelv placed at the regular rates and ln Hie beet companies. Remember it coats no more to insure in a company that »ill pay you full value for your loss than it does in a company that will pay you from 30 to 40 per cent of said loss. Life and Accident Insurance. MINING STOCK. Do you want to buy Mining Stock in Castle, Cooke City. Bear Gulcli, Emigrant Gulch. Mill Have you Mitiiog Stock Creek or toe Boulder? for sale? REAL ESTATE. Do you want tosellr Do you want to buy? D am to build? Do you want to loan monev want to borrow money? If y u u want aiiy Do - of the call ami see us. Orschel Block, Livingston, Mont, W. McKEE FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE Beal Estate HANDLED ON FIVE PER CENT SION. RENTS COLLECTED -AND MONEY LOANED. With \V. H. Poorman in Court llousd. MONEY Advanced ou Real Estate, Diamonds and Watches HEFFERLIN BLOCK, LIVINGSTON, - MONTANA. All kinds of collateral securities. WEIGEL, FORESTER & CO. , Goes our Stock SUMMER GOOD 0 -A Mrs, M Ri hr lii EVERYTHING In the line of SUITS, SHIRTS Underwear, Straw Hats, Shoe Etc., at and below cost. Come see us and be convinced. an I. ORSCHEL & BRO. Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Liquors & Cigars THE WONDERS OF A WATCH. Very few »ho carry a watch ever think of the unceasing labor it performs Under what would be considered shabby treat ment for any other machinery. There are many who think a watch ought to run for years without cleaning or a drop of oil Bead this and judge for yonrself: Th........ wheel in an ordi nary American watch makes four revolutions a «lay of twenty four hours, or 1,400 in a year. Next, the center »'heel, twentv four revolutions in a day, or S,THU iu a year. The third wheel lilt! in a day, or 5», 080 in a year. The fourth wheel, g 440 in a day or 545, H00 in a year. The tiftli or scape wheel 12, «60 in a day, or 4,728,200 in a year. The ticks or heats are 388,SIX) in a dnv, or 141,812,000 in a year W. P. MULHOLLAND. City Jeweler. Cordon Bros. Lumber CoJ LIVINGSTON. Branch Yard: Stillwater. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Lime, Cement, Hair, Paint, Glass, Oils and Nails. HARDWARE, AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL. All our lumber is dry, well sawed and surfaced to a"| e\en thickness at same prices as native lumber. OATS AND HAY FOR SALE.