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H. ( ). 11 ick<»> : of Melvillo »as in t. •wn Sat ii relay. S. i 1,'. Slirako is visiting at his < »Id ho •me* in M, inroc. Wir •consin. As: sessur Cl: IF.Til returned y. ■steri lav from a trip to 1 lieil Lodge. Frt >il C. Sum nier of the upper Shie Ids V.llllM >■ » as inti tie city Tuesday. \V. A. Hall of Cinnabar was aim »ng \ isitu us in Livi ngston Tuesday. Km nvh H» ni» son of Bozeman i was a \ isito r in Livingston Thursday. M. W. Hati •h of the Big Tim l»er Pioneer was in the city Saturday. Mrs. John Lalfertvof Bozeman visited friends in this city the past week. Thomas '1'. Prather and wife of Big Timber were in Livingston Monday. Miss Emily Staats of Connecticut is visiting w ith her sister, Mrs. 1 >. S. Green. Mrs. A. L. Nichols of Hunters Hot Springs visited friends in the city Mon Lawrence Link, of the firm of Christie A Link, Cinnabar, was in the city Sun il ay. Herman Kahle of Fridley was a busi ness visitor in Livingston the first of the week. Mrs. W. T. Collins of Hunters Hot Springs visited friends in Livingston Monday. Route Agent Kirk of the Northern Pacific express company, was in tow n Saturday. Mrs. T. H. Smith returned Tuesday from a visit with her mother and broth ers at Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Jarrett of , , ' , Springdale were among arrivals in the I city Monday. j Bert Holland, a prominent mine owner ,. . ot Cooke, is spending a few days at the I county capital. T. T. Thomas, one of the prosperous ! ranchmen of the Shields vallev was in i.iijc.linen ot me »meins \alley. was in i in . city Tuesday looking after mining and , other interests in this locality. the city Thursday. W. M. Green, manager >f Gordon Bros.' lumber business at Stillwater was in the city Monday. James A. Clark of St. Paul was in the J. E. Taylor representing James H. Bishop A Co., paper dealers of Minne apolis, was in the city Monday. A. L. Love came over from his ranch in Jefferson county Tuesday to look after business interests in this city. Joseph Bailey, of the mercantile firm of Busha A Bailey, Big Timber, was among visitors in the city Saturday. Charles Turley, of the firm of Turley Lowry, saw mill operators of the A upper Yellowstone, was in thecity Tues day. Mrs. C. B. Mendenhall of Hunters Hot Springs was among arrivals from that popular health and pleasure resort Mon day. Louis Schott and George Bixby went down to Hunters Hot Springs Tuesday for a brief sojourn at that [»opular re sort. Pierce Hoopes and S.,F.Whitney made a successful trip to the Boulder the first •of the week in quest of the feathered -tribe. Isaac Orschel, accompanied by Ihomas T. Howe of Milwaukee, Wiscon .sim started Thursday for a trip through the Park. Conductors Barnes and Link secured a ten days' lay off this week and depart ed Thursday for an outing in the Galla tin valley. James George, proprietor of the "Yan kee Jim" toll bridge at the middle can yon of the Yellowstone, was a business visitor in Livingston Monday. Horace Bartlett, traveling representa tive ol Kuhls A Stock, cigar manufac turers of St. Paul, returned Monday from a trip to eastern Montana points. Ben Cornhauser made a trip through Meagher and Fergus counties the past week in the interest of the wholesale liquor and cigar trade of M. Roth A Co. Mrs. C. W. Savage of Miles City was a passenger on Tuesday morning's west bound train en route to Helena to visit friends and attend the State Fair meet ing. Thomas S. Ash, accompanied by his daughter. Miss May, Mrs. J. R. King and the Misses Turner of Missouri, vis ited Helena lo attend the state fair Wednesday. the for to the be sal on (i. s. à. P. I*. K. »I . M J. H. Conrad, president of the Park Coal and Coke company, accompanied j by Capt. Couch of the Boston A Mon- ! tana company of Butte and Great Falls, : went up to Horr Monday. j A. Bruton, formerly w ith Lee Eisen- j berg in this city but now employed in the dry goods house of Wilson A Co., ! Bozeman, was renewing Livingston ac quaintances the past w eek. H. (»assert returned Wednesday even ing from Butte, whither he went to at tend to pending litigation. Twoof three cases were decided, in both of which Mr. G.issert was successful in obtaining a judgment. L. E. Sling, bookkeeper for the Liv ingston Coke and Coal company and railroad agent at Cokedale, went east Saturday for a two months' visit with relatives and friends. J. R. Williams. A. relief agent for the railroad company, is acting agent during Mr. Shug's absence, j Engineer A. L. Simpson came over from Hutte the past week where he has been engaged in manipulating the throttle of th.» switch engine in the Northern Pacific yards. Deputy Postmaster Seybert, accom pained by Ins brothers » ho stopped o\er to visit him on their return to the east nl lev mines of Emigrant as being prosecuted with good results. ■ , r, 1 , , ., . J. .1. Donnelly, one of the pioneers of Livingston and owner of valuable real from Denver, went up the Shields v; Wednesday for a week's outing. S. T. Marchington of Chico was among arrivals from the upper Yellowstone Saturday. lie confirms the recently reported rich strike in the St. Julian mine, and reports work in the other estate here, arrived from Spokane last week. He has been engaged in con tracting on the Great Northern railroad the past two years, following construc tion as far west as Spokane. Sir Knights F. VV. Wright. J. 1). Finn, Ike W. Baker and W. L. P.McCaw, repre senting St. Bernard Coinmandery of this city at the triennial conclave at Denver, , I rr , ,, . , returned Tuesday evening. Sir Knight E. C. Day, who accompanied the party to Denver, continued the journev to his n Kentucky for'a brief former visit. Jonas Hedges of Stillwater, who re cently had an encounter with a large brown bear in which he sustained nu merous painful Hesh wounds and a broken arm, is again able to be around and will shortly return to his home. Mr. Hedges considers himself extremely fortunate to have escaped with his life, which he attributes to the fact that the wound he previously inflicted upon the ' , . , ' I l,ear WHS » "ortal one. j S. A. Oliver, one of the pioneer busi lless men of Livingston and former part , ... . I "cr of George \\ . Metcalf, was in the city Monday on his way to Butte. Mr. ! ! Üliver ex jessed surprise at the wonder j ful growth of Livingston since his de i ., ,, i parture hve years ago, as is evidenced by j the erection of numerous substantial ! brick blocks and commodious residences I in every portion of the citv. He w ill . . , .'. , , again stop over and visit his old time friends on his return to the east next wee k. j — _ _ I World's Fair Committee Meeting. j At a committee meeting of the depart ment of Woman's Building for Park county it was decided to send a collec tion of minerals and semi-piecious stones found in Park county to the Fair. The exhibit as designed by Mrs. Win. M. Wright, is to consist of a table made of Montana cedar and pine, with a broad pedestal, the corners of the table to be covered with marble from Park county quarries ; the top covered with unpol ished stones, petrified wood and miner als, surmounted by a bowl tilled with choice specimen ores which will play a small fountain ; beside this will be a miner's cabin also formed of choice stones. It is desired that miners and all interested in sending a tine selection of the mineral products of Montana will donate choice minerals and specimens for the purjiose. They should be sent to Mrs. Wm. M. Wright, who will ac knowledge their receipt, number them and keep the numbers and names of the donors in a book prepared for the purpose, which will l>e sent with the ex hibit. Any interesting items of infor mation sent with the specimens will also be recorded. Specimens of gold, silver, iron, copper, coal, marble, etc., are de sired. Also moss and water agates, em erald, amethyst, chalcedony, cornelian, jasper, sapphire, etc., petrified, oxalized, sal icitied and agatized woods, tiger eye, etc. The choicest specimens should be sent. Live Muck Market. The following sales of Montana cattle on the Chicago market yesterday were reported to Agent Merriman at this place : No. head. Av. w'gt. Price. (i. Lang..... Mamlaru l at tie lo..... but) Mttiiiiard 1 uttie Co..... bü s. Barline.............. 21 à. iiurlme.............. U P. Wibaux............. 16 I*. Wibaux ............. rt K. L. Eviu............ lb Swifts AT............ 27 »I . R. 1 «»were.......... lb Kerry-Boice C. Co...... 1 ,' Berry Boue t . Co...... 142 Berry-Boice C. Co...... iss Murphy Cattle Co...... 2u Murphy Cattle Co...... 4 Murphy 1 attie t o...... :lu Murphy Cattle Co...... 2lfi Murphv Cattle Co...... 15<J « llaslau.............. 1,4 M au halt an Co.......... 50 Tower» A Uudgell..... 21 'Powers A Guiigell..... 44 3 .0 b 5j 2 b5 U81 1105 lives vtib 1100 KT: lino 11 ob b 50 b b5 b b5 a 4u b b5 Order of KxorcUes j At the dedication of the Big Timber ! Congregational church. Monday even : August 22nd, 1892 : j -Vi Indication j 4 sVVipttire leason 2 Autiiem. ! •ton. by Ke\. \V. C. Fowler of Li in_' II V ii n. h Uetuiiiiscem ea of Earl ber : Mipt. \V. s. Bell. •* --statement of Building A. Branch, Big limber. 10— Dedicators Covenant. ui-G* led by Hev F. 1). Kelsey 11 iiloria Fatri. 12 1 indicator v Prayer: 1 nix Pails, >. i). Work in Bit, Tim ev. J. Exer L. Kinirshurv lb ll v ii n. 11 - Benediction. Mr. J. K. 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, j Ferte. druggist. For sale bv J. E. Soliceof Ke pu lilI i*h ii PriniHrlea. t.I VINOSTON PKKITXfT Xo. 1. Notice is hereby given that the pri maries for precinct No. 1. city of Living spin. will lie held on Saturday. August 27, 1892. at 7 p. m.. at the school house, for the purpose of selecting nine delr gates and nine alternate delegates to the republican county convention to meet at Livingston, Montana. September .'1, and for the transaction of such other him. ness as may properly come before the meeting. L. S. Lahm, Committeeman. I.rVINOSTON I'RKCI.NOT XO. 2. Notice is hereby given that the pri maries for precinct No. 2, city of Living ston, will be held on Saturday, August 27, 1892, at 7 p. in., at the new west side school building for the pur pose of selecting nine delegates and nine alternate delegates to the republican county convention to meet at Livinir ston . Montana, September 3, and for Urn transaction of such other business as | ni| *>' properly come before the meeting. M W KTZ.HTKIX, Committeeman. L1VI.VI1STOX PliKl'INCT XO. 3. A caucus will be held at the court house at 7 p. m.. Saturday, August 27ih, 1892, for the purpose of electing dele gates and alternates to the county con vention. By order Com.mittkk. SHIELDS K1VEK PKKITNC'T. Notice is hereby given to the republi can voters of Shields River precinct that the primary for the purpose of electing ! two delegates to the republican countv j convention of Park county will Ik» held i f* 1 ? 51 hone 0 , sehool district No. lo, on Saturday August 27th at 2 p. m. A full attendance of ali the republican voters order of committee. requested. By The Kano He. The Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway is and always has l»een the pop ular line between St. Paul and Minne apolis and Milwaukee and Chicago. Its road along the banks of the Missis ! sippi from St. Pa'ui to^La 'Crosse,*'s'kuT dig also as it does the full length of i Lake Repin, gives to the trav eler one of the most delightful and nie. I turesque daylight and evening rides on the continent. From La Crosse east to i Milwaukee and C hicago this road j»ene ! trates the garden of Wisconsin and j touches, witn its mail line, the largest ! cities and towns in that state. Its road j bed, train service and general equipment 18 absolutely unexcelled. the famous i vestibuled limited train, with its electric j i^hts, electric reading lamps, and ele ! gant sleeping and dining car service, is I uot surpassed by any train in this count ;D ou are to take a trip call for the Milwaukee —the Government hast Mail Line -and secure absolute comfort, speed and safety, From Minneapolis and St. Paul to Milwaukee and Chicago, four passenger trains each day. From Minneapolis and St. Paul ti Kansas City, two passenger trains each From Minneapolis and St. Paul to St. Louis, two passenger trains each day. For further information apply to near est coupon ticket agent or address J. T. CONLEY, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent, St. Paul. Minn. Ir >hv**k lit«* C 11 i III r«j i» . Mr. C. H. Shawen, Wellsville, Kan., says: "It is with pleasure that I speak ot the good Chamberlin's colic, cholera and diarrhiva remedy has 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 my iudg based S is Z a XiS i'Xhe' m'iXt that is its equal. For sale by J. E. Ferte —Druggist. rtaiiott. Organa. Before buying a piano, write to J. E. Rees. Big Timber Mont., for terms on a Knabe, or Ivers & Pond Piano. Wilcox A White, or Dyer Bros., organs. Moiipv iMukcM Money. Deposited in the Merchants Bank pays 8 per cent interest on time deposits. C. S. Hkfpekux, Cashier. "Two years ago two of my family, a young man and a girl, had verv 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 Diarrluea Remedy. Improvement was seen very soon and my children arose in a few days from what I feared would be their death bed. It is a grand, good medicine. For sale by 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 Blackberry Wine. Paregoric and Laudanum w ithout getting auv 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 iii less than five minutes after taking a small dose 1 was entirely relieved. O. G. Bi rford, Harris Creek. Amherst county, Va. For »ale by J. E. Ferte. druggist. ßistBiia For Infanta and Children. Castoria promotes Digestion, and flatulency, Constipation, Sour overcomes Stomach, Diarrhtva, and Feverishness. Thus the child is rendered healthy and its sleep natural. Castoria contains no Morphine or other narcotic property. "Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. Archf.k. M. l>.. Ill South Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "I use Castoria in my practice, and find it specially udapted to affection« of eh Mren." Alex. Robertson, M. D., 1057 2d Ave., New York. "From personal knowledge and oliservation I can say tliat Castoria is an excellent medicine for children, acting as a laxative and relieving the pent up bowels and general system very muen. Many mothers have told me of its ex cellent effect upon their children." Dr. G. C. Osgood, Lowell, Mass. The Ci-NTY t ü i » »mi* Murray street, N. InL. B. ANNIN St GO. DKAI.KKS IN Fruits, Confectionery, Cigars, Ai^nte for the uelehrated I Tobacco, Sealskin Stationery, CIGARS. School Supplies, Notions. a^c>, &c HEFFERLIN BLOCK, LIVINGSTON, - MONTANA. The CeleàiïtL mi Cure. 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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 After«- . Tobacco, Alcohol or Opium, or on account of youthful indiscretion or over indulgence etc., Dizciness, Convulsions. Wakefulness. Headache, Mental Depression. Softening of the Brain. Weak Memory. Hearing Down Pains. Seminal Weakness, Hysteria. Nocturnal EmiMions. Snermatorrhoa, Loss of Power and Impotency, which if neglected* may lead to premature old age and insanity. Positively guaranteed. Price. $1.00 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 HOOPES & EATON, NSURANCE. Risks 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 that will pay you from 80 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 (iulch, Emigrant tinlch. Mill Creek or ine Boulder? Have you Miniog Stock REAL ESTATE. Do yon want to sell? I)o yon want to buy? I)o you want to build? Do you want to loan money? Do you want to borrow money? If you want any of these call and see us. Okschel Block, Livingston, Mont, W. McKEE FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE Beal Estate HANDLED ON FIVE PER CENT. COMMIS SION. RENTS COLLECTED — AND MOXKY LOANED. Office: With \V. H. Poorinan in Court Honsd. MONEY Real Estate, Diamonds and Watches —AND— All kinds of collateral securities. WEIGEL, FORESTER & CO. Goes our Stock of SUMMER GOODS • -c - m -4 - I EVERYTHING In the line of SUITS, SHIRTS, Underwear, Straw Hats, Shoes Etc., at and below cost. Come am see us and be convinced. I. ORSCHEL & BRO, Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Liquors & Cigars WONDERS OF A WATCH. Very few «ho carry a watch ever think of the unceasing labor it perform- under what would be considered ehahhy treat ment for any other machinery. There are many «ho think a watch ought lo run for year» without cleaning or a drop of oil. Head this and judge for yourself: The main wheel in an ordi nary American watch makes four revolutions a day of twenty four hours, or 1,4110 in a year. Next, the center wheel, twenty four revolutions in a day, or 8,7«0 in a year. The third w heel, I!« in a day, or 59,IKO in a year. The fourth wheel, g 440 in a day, or -V4Ö.000 in a year. The fifth or scape »heel 12,960 in a day, or 4,7^4,200 in a year. The ticks or heats are 386,800 in a day, or 141,812,000 in a vear. W. P. MULHOLLANO City Jeweler. Gordon Bros. Lumber Co. 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 ami surfaced t«' **| u\en thickness at same prices as native lumber. OATS AND HAY FOR SALE.