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>nrinu Announcement! receiving from ttie best and most reliable Manufacturers and Job l^rsof the t ni tod States the largest and most complete stock ever before offered by us. We call attention of the trade to the largest stock of apleand Fancy Groceries The oest. most complete and stylish stock of Dry Goods and Notions. The largest STOCK of FOOT WEAR of all desjriptions. The best stock of iis Furnishings, Hats. Shirts and Underwear. The .most popular stock of Men's and Children's Clothing*, and especially to our great leader the INC "PERFECT FITTING" PANTS. To our complete line of TRUNKS and VALISES. The MOST STYLISH Millinery Department IN EASTERN MONTANA. I Mof which we are now prepared for business and can and will offer in ■wtHSi superior to others. Price list of groceries and samples furnished upon THOMPSON BROS., KINGSTON, MONTANA. LW. MILES, "Having received a car load of BUGGIES and PHAETONS are now exhibit line line to suit all in price and style. Drop in and look them over. -AGENTS FOR iCormick, Wood and Crown Mowers and Binders. A r > ; '■ :v ' ^ERVtiony CALL AND SEE OUR VARIETY OF CARTS.- -7 Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. A. W. Mil_ ES, . l! UX'K. LIVINGSTON, MONT Eyesight Saved Aft. r Scarlet Fever, Diphtheria, Pneumonia and ot her pro strating di .rates, Hood's Sarsa parilla is unequalled to thoroughly purify ttie blood and give needed strength. Head this: "My boy had Scarlet Fever when 4 years old, leaving him very weak and with blood poia onrd with canker. His eyes became In flamed, his sufferings were intense, and for 7 Clifford Blackman. WRcks be could not even .. . „ _ °P en hl» eyes. I took Hood's Sarsaparilla which soon cured him. I know it eared his •iaht, it not Ills very life." Annin F Black max. 2S8S Washington St., Bo it m, Mass HOOD'S PlLL8 are the best after-dinner Pills, assiit digestion, cure headache and biliousness. LIVINGSTON NATIONAL BANK, Livingston. Montana. CAPITAL, - - - $50,000. SURPLUS, SIO.OOO. OFFICERS J. A. SAVAGE, President. A. W. MILES, Vice President GEO. Is. CARET Cashier. A MACONOCHIE, Ass t Cashier. DIRECTORS : J. A. Savaoe. A. W. Miles. »V. K Thompson. Alan Maconochie. O Kkieueh. M. Roth, II. U. IllCKOX. A GENRAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. National Part M OF LIVINGSTON. CAPITAL, - - $100,000. SURPLUS. $16,000. E. H. TALCOTT, President. G. T. CHAMBERS, Vice-President. J. C. VILAS, Cashier. D. A. McCAW, Assistant Cashier. B0AR0 OF 0IRCCT0RS : HEU. T. CHAMBERS, W. D ELLIS. E. UOUUHNOl H, R. B. BRILLS, F. A. KRIEGER D. A McCAW, E. H. TALCOTT. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS THANS ACTED. Leading Bank of Park County. N T K HEBT ALLOWED ON T1MK DKPUSH> Collections Promptly Attended to THE MERCHANTS' RANK LIVINGSTON, MONT.. Allows S per cent. Interest on Time Deposits. Has Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent 82.00 Per Year. Tkansact A General Banking Bi sine**». C. S. HEFFERLIN, Cashier. J. F. ROBSON LIVERY, FEED SALE STABLE, -(o) Having completed the equipment ot our new barn, we are now prepared to fur nish cuetomer* with STYLISH TURNOUTS Of all kinds at Reasonable Rates --- )o( HORSES BOARDED BÏ THE DAK OR WEEK ! i I i j j ! Corner Second and Calendar Stm. LIVINGSTON. MONT. GRIFFITH & OUIMET, B LAC KSMITHING AND WAGON MAKING. All kind« of rei»alrlntr (lone neatly and promptly to order. Special attention iriven to HtrecihoeiRg, Making Stock Braadt and Plow Work. Livery and Trottim: Shoeing Solicited. Shop, lower Main Street near Billy MilesABro F OH A good, substantial too buggv for a. sal... Price »50. Apply to J . F. Kotmon. W A i^ioïr. I .-~ , .: t ' l .. f,,r housework on ranch. Address "H," Entert»! tH)H SALK Broken and unbroken horses for I sale or traite. Knuu îï •■•upiire of C lark & McKenzie, Hunters Hot Springs, .Montana. tt a l t I Ion : At i'TION : All kinds ot personal *-*- property sold at the highest tigur— ( harles Millard, the licensed auctioneer. En quire at V\ et /.stein's or address, uharlks millakd, Livingston, Montana. .J -—Meets every Friday in the Miles • nui kling. A cordial invitation is extend 10 visDiul' brothers. K. B. MORRIS, C. U. »OXFORD. K. of K. and S. 1 *-llowstone Lodge No. 10, Livin/eton, Mont. A TTKNTION —Farragut Post No. T, Depart .i'iu* 11 !. ^ ontan * A»- A K., meets at Masonic liajl the first and third Tuesday of each month at half past seven sharp. Visiting members are cordially Invited. II. \K . BINGHAM, Com'dr. A. B. lllCKs, Adj't. \\T ANTKD—A band of 1000 or 1500 sheep to » run 0,1 . t,le shares on and aft-r October 1st, 1HÎFJ, by parties having ranch, good ranije and feed. Address W. S. W., Box 482, Livingston. A NNOl NCKMENT.-I hereby announce iny self as a candidate for tlieotticeof assessor of I ark < ounty, subject to the action of the countv republican convention. Z. II. DANIELS. ' RATIONAL PARK LODGE, No. 10, A. O. U. ... y ' nif * et8 e\erv Tuesday evening in the Miles Geo. T. Collins, M. W. F. H. Hough, Rev order. i^iOR **ALE. I have eight head of thorough J. bred Pollen Anirtis cattle which 1 wish to sell at reasonable figures. For further informa tion call on or address, M S HOLDERBAUM, 8-2U-4t* Liv ngston, Montana. N OTICE TO CREDITORS.—Estate of John llalloran, deceased.—Notice is hereby given bv the undersigned, administratrix of the estate of .lohn lia loran, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them with the necessarv vouch ers, u it hin four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administratrix at the office of Savaire A Day, Livingston, Montaus, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the County of Park. Dated July 21st, 1892. Signed) L. A. 1IALLORAN, Administratrix of Estate of John llalloran, de ceased. N OTICE TO CO OWNER - To W. C. Pendle ton or his assigns: You are hereby notified that I have expended two hundred dollars <$2U(h in labor aud improvements on the Beller mining claim,situated in the w>\v World mining district. Park county, state of Montana, for tiie vears 1890 and 1891, and if within ninety (lays after this si r vice of notice by publication, you fail or refuse to pay your proportion, sixty-six dollars, ($tttt.00) of such expenditure, together with interest and cost of publication as a co-owner, your iuterest in said claim will become the property of the subscriber uuder section 2824 revised statutes of the United states. FRANK BELLER. »1st pub. April :40th, 1892.) T\[GTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of John an Peterson, deceased. Notice is hereby "iven b.v the undersigned,administrator of the estate of John Peterson deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims agaiust the said de ceased, to exhibit them with ihe necessary vouchers, within four months after the first pub lication of tfiis notice, to the said administrator at the office of John T. Smith, attornev at law, Livingston, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the county of Park. Dated August 1st, 1892 THOMAS S. CARTER, Administrator of the estate of John Peterson, deceased. (First pub. Ang tt.) D ESERT LAND FINAL PROOF.—Consoli dated Notice for Publication.—United states Land office, Bozeman, Montana, July 14, ls92 — Notice is hereby given that the following named have tiled notice of intention to make proof on their land claims before the judge or clerk of the sixth judicial district court at Livingston, Mon tana, on Mondav, the 29th day of August, 1892: Charles M. Lovely, on I). L. A No. 41Ö, for the area of section 42, T 8 N R 10 E unsurveyed. Witnesses: George C. Sarver, William Rogers. George s. Killorn, Charles McClung, all of Clyde Park, Montana. George C. Sarver on D. L. A. No. 428, for the W l 2 SW i 4 SE '4 of S\V \ and S\V *4 of SE l 4 sec tion 84, T l 4 N R 10 E, unsurveved. Witnesses: Cl aries M Lovely, William Rogers, George Killorn. Charles McClung, all of Ch de Park, Montana. E. F. FERRIS, Register. (First publication July 23, 1892.) N OTICE FOR PUBLICATION.-Land Office at Bozeman, Montana, July 18, 1892 —Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof iu support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the judge or clerk of the sixth judicial district court of Montana in and for the County of Park at Livingston, Montana, on August 29,1892. viz: Francis M McCarty II. E. No. 1117. for tfaeE. », of NE. V*. E », ot SE V4 section 30, township 3 south, range 10 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Thoma* O. Carter, Thomas G. Reese, Rudford Wood, Louis S. Price, ail of Liv ingston, Park countv, Montana. E. F. FERRIS, Register. (First publication July 23, 1892. » N OTICE TO CO-OWNER.-To George H. Car ver or his assigns: You are herein notified that the undersigned, together with James Hall and D. G. Ross, has, in accordance with the re quirements of section 21424, Revised Statutes of the United States, expended $200 in labor and improvements upon the North Cross quartz lode mining claim, situated in the New World Mining district. Pant county, Montana, lo represent said uiDiiu.1. I aiü iuiiuu, .nHumiiii, hi rt*»am quartz lode mining claim tor the years ending jjeceinber 31st, 1890, and December 31st, 1891, as will more fully appear by reference to the ccrtilf cate of representation on record in the office of the recorder of said district. That unless you, the said co-owner nr assigns, with the under Mg> ed in said claim, pay vour proportion of said expenditure (one-eighth>, together with thee st of publishing this notice, witliin niuetv days after the coinpl te publication hereof your|intèrt*st in the North Cross quartz lode mining claim will become the property ot the subscriber linder the piovisions of section 2324. Revised Statutes of the United States. CHARLES ANGUS, Dated at Livingston, Mont.. February 1st, 1892. < 1st pub. June 4, 1892.) J^TOTlCE TO CO-OWNER. —Notice is hereby In given to James Gourlev, his heirs or as signs, that the undersigned, 1). G. Ros», ad minis trator of the estate of Duncan I. McDonald, has expended the sum of one hundred dollaas i$l00) in labor and improvements on the White Lily quartz lode mining claim in representing the same as required by law, situated in New World mining district, county of Park, state of Mon tana Said labor and improvements was done in pursuance of section 2424 ot the revised statutes of the United Mates, being amount required to be expended in representing said above men tioned mining claim for the year 1891. Now, if you, James Gourlev, your heirs or assigns, refuse to contribute within ninety days after the com plete publication of this notice your proportion of said amount expended, together with the costs of this publication, as co-owner "f s«id mining claim, your interest in sa.d mining claim will be come tin* property of the estate of the said Dun can J. McDonald iu pursuance of said section 2324 above mentioned. D. G . ROSS, Administrator of said deceased. Cooke, Park county, Montana, June IT, 1892. (First publication June 18, 1892. ) 4 LIAS SUMMON^.— N* ». 713.—In the district xV court, of tiie Sixth Judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Para. Josephine Schmidt, plaintiff, against Leopold Schmidt, defendant. The state of .Montana sends greeting to the ! above named defendant : You are hereby rn i <|uired to appear in an action brought against I you hv the above named plaintiff, in the district i court of the Sixth Judicial distri t of tin* state of Montana, in aud fm said county of Park, and to j answer the complaint tiled therein, within ten j days (exclusive of the day of service» after the service on you of this summons—if served with-n ! this countN : or if served out of this county but in this district, then within twenty days: other wise within forty days—or judgment by default will be taken »gainst you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of this court to dissolve the bonds of matrimony existing between plaintiff and de fendant upon tlie grounds of extreme cruelty tor such other and further relief as may be agreeable to equity and good conscience, as will mote fully appear by reference to the complaint on file herein. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer the said complaint, a- above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said complaint. Given under my hand aud the seal of the dis trict court of the Sixth Judicial district of (he stale of Montana, in and tor said county of Park, thi* 17th day ot August, in the year of our Lord thousand eight hundred and ninety two [seal.) ORLANDO KMMOSs. Clerk A. J. Campbell, Attorney for Plaintiff (First publication August 2u, 1892.» i ' The Old WoiiiHii ns an Art Critic. An imposing monument to Max Schneckenburg, the poet who has ob- : tained lasting ^historical renown by a single song, "Die Wacht Am Rhein.' was unveiled last week at Tuttlingen, in Wurtemberg. He was born in 1819 at the neighboring village of Thalheim, but as this was too insignificant a place for the monument, where few would see it, it was set up in t the town of Tuttlingen, where the young poet went . , , , , ... J b * to school, and whither Ins corpse was translated from Basvdorf. in Switzer land, about seven years ago. Several high dignitaries of the king dom of Wurtemberg a id the grand duchy of Baden were present at the ceremonies. Congratulatory telegrams j were sent by the Emperor Wilhelm, the king, the grand duke and Prince Bis mark. The literary Grand Duke of Weimar delivered over the monument to the care and charge of the burgomas ter and common council of Tuttlingen. But the most striking episode in the proceedings was an impromptu speech made by an old woman. After staring hard at the mother "Germania," whom she took to be a representation of the poet, she shouted out at the top of her voice: "Do you call that Max Schneck enburg? I remember lnm right well; he did not look in the least like that!" Stuttgart Tagblatt. - Thunderstorm indicator The signal service station established at Woodlawn park is intended to fur nish prompt information ophe approach of thunderstorms originating in or cross ing New York state The letter of A. F. Sims, the observer in charge at Al bany, explaining the plans of the gov eminent, to Judge Hilton, is as follows: 1 The chief of the weather bureau is ! desirous of extending the usefulness of the service, and with that end in view | proposes to disseminate thunderstorm information by telephone. Arrange ments are now being made with the Hudson River Telephone company to ! handle this information. ' Kindly inform me if you will post ! notices telephoned to you from time to j time (luring the summer months rela- ; tive to thunderstorms. We find that thunderstorms move across the state, aud hope to be able to furnish accurate information relative to their progress. Saratogiun. Mach hit* to llelieve Imlian Coolies. The poor punka "cooly"—the name has an appropriateness which is in itself refreshing in these days of Indian tem perature—is it appears destined to be superseded by a "patent-compressed-air punka-pulling machine," which has been tried at Fort William and adopted on a large scale. Tlie military authorities have, it is stated, ordered the necessary plant for pulling the whole of the pun kas in the Dalhousie barracks, a mum i exceeding 000, The barracks are ... vided into three flats, with six rows »»I punkas iu each, and the pulltrs are stated to be fixed at the end of the rows in such wise that each machine is pull ing over fifty punkas.—London News. There were seventeen young men in the graduating class at Harvard who failed to get their degrees this year. Illfi TIUltKK ITKMS [From the Pioneer.| Miss Smith, who has been teaching the Hoff school near Melville, was here Thursday returning to her home in Liv ingston. A glove contest took place Saturday night in the K. of P. hall between Mick ey Slavin, of Livingston, and D. Peirrie, of this place. The contest was unusually interesting, six rounds being fought, with the result that Peirrie was easily declared the winner. Development work will soon be com menced by John Renfro and Harry Stone in their Monroe and Surprise lodes situated in the Boulder district. Al though but little work has been done as yet on these claims they show' up re markably well and it is safe to predict that they will in time be good paying mines. It was thought that all the buffalo had gone out of the country, but, a short lime ago two cowboys working for the 79 outfit, Billy Titus and Frank Young, while riding near the mouth of the Musselshell discovered a small band of about 20 head of this large game. The boys roped one calf, about three weeks old, and after having some fun turned the calf loose to its anxious mother «ho was getting rather angry at tiie. to her, strange proceedings. E. V. H. Nye owner of a one-third in terest in the Big Elk mine, Boulder dis trict, was in town the first of last week. Mr. Nye informed us that they were now running a 100 foot tunnel and were down about 20 feet on the shaft on the Big Elk with the result that a 24 inch vein of rich free-milling gold ore be i tween two well defined walls has been encountered. This property is situated about three miles east of Hicks Park and the outlook being so promising the company have decided to put in a mill and have it runniug the first part of next month. HEU LOIICC NEWS. [From th** Picket.] \V. H. Raspbery and family returned from Horr Wednesday to again make their home in Red Lodge. , ,, , John Hogan, roadmaster of the Rocky , , . Mountain division, with headquarters at Livingston, arrived in Rad Lodge Satur day to visit his brothers, Tom and James Hogan. Eleven hundred and fiftv tons of coal was loaded at the Rocky fork mines last Monday, which is within forty-three tons of the largest amount ever loaded in a . single day. Win. Cunningham, who works for Clark Bros., on Clark's Fork, was kicked by a horse Friday evening of last week while hitching a tug. He fell under the wagon and the v heels if the vehicle passed over his body, breaking several ribs. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Rocky Fork Town and Electric company, postponed from July 18, was . , , , I. , ,, . .. hold at the company s office m tins city rn , Tue8d «y ami the following trustees were elected for the ensuing year : S. T. Han 8er Helena, Henry Villard of New York, J. M. Fox of Red Lodge, John Dorsey of Glendive, C. A. McMaster and w. A. Lewis of Red Lodge and Sydney Fox of Bozeman. At a future meeting ... , - . . ? t |' e b °" d of trustePS W,M and e Pct officers, DttHth of h Mirter. Gillon Examiner: Samuel Garrett, an pioneer living on the Big Hole river about six miles above Dewey's Flat, died last Saturday morning, pre suinably of general debility. He had been sick for several davs and his neigh bo r8 ftdvi8ed him to call a doctor, but ... . . , . . the s,(:k man refused to do 8 °' The da >' before his death severul of his neighbors came to visit him, but he had the door barred and refused admittance. Xext morning the people living in the nearest house saw his cabin door open and on roi ng up to the cabin found Garrett K . • . , , . . . 1 T . 1 > ln « d f d a ™ *"» I 1 «as sur ralsed * ia *' * le i e(u ^ man had money h'Men somewhere on the premises and « search was instituted. After digging in several places somebody suggested to search the mattress. It was cut open an( ] a package discovered in it. The k , e contain „ d four certificates of , ", ., , , depo9lt of the i ' ir8t Nat,onal bank of Helena 10 the total amount of «9,409 ; gold coin to the value of «740 and «500 in one hundred dollar treasury notes, The money and other valuables were brought to Dillon on Monday by Col. Dolman and turned over to the clerk of the district court. The deceased was about sixty years of age and was an old timer in the state. It is supposed that he made his money while mining in German gulch. For many years past he has lived the life of a miser and only a few days before his death he refused to pay a small bill that was presented. He has a brother in Pennsylvania and other relatives in Ire land. They have been notified of his death and will be entitled to the estate, which in addition to the sum above named consists of a tract of land and 4U or 50 head of cattle. Capital OpiuioiiM. Castle Tribune : It seems at present as if the three great claimants, Butte, Helena and Great Falls, will divide the field. The lesser aspirants will have to content themselves with receiving the complimentary vote, probably of a ma jority of the voters, residing in each of these towns and the section of country tributary. The people of the state in making their selection should aim to choose the place that is destined to be one of the easiest of access to the people of the whole state. Billings Times : Speaking seriously on the subject of the capital, we believe the preponderance of the arguments de cidedly in favor of the retention of the capital at Helena, even as against Boze man, which is the only city in the state that could possibly draw anv Yellow stone votes away from Helena. Since Butte has entered the field Bozeman is apparently not in it, as the Bozemanites counted on a big vote from the copper camp, and the entrance of Butte into the arena kills whatever chances the beautiful little city in Gallatin county possessed. ltHilroH«l YhI liai i«m. The total valuation of all railroads in Montana has been fixed by the state board of equalization at «9,288,.)3J, repre seuting twenty nine railroads with an aggregate mileage of 2,062. The North ern Pacific main line has a mileage of an d R 8 rolling stock is valued at 31,635 per mile for assessment purposes; ndls 8700 per mile; the roadbed at 3400 per mile, and the roadway 81(Ki per mile. Its main line and branches have a combined mileage of 1,274.76, valued at «4,187,331. The Great Northern und its branches count 1,057 miles, valued at 83,712,701. Rolling stock on the latter road is at 8500 per mile : rails, 81,700 per mile : roadbed. 81,700, and roadway 8100 per mile. There is an increase of the assessable value of tiie railroads over 1891 of 81,506,142, due to the construc tion of the Pacific extension of the Great Northern. Of this there are 137.0 miles in Park cctunty. including tiie Xorthern Pacific main line, tlie Ricky Kork branch, the Park branch and the Coke dale spur, tiie total assessment of which is «402,000.50. A state league of building and loan associations was organized at Helena Thursday and the following officers elec ted : Johu Steil man, of Halena. presi dent: C. S. Whitney, of Billings, first vice president ; F. C. Stoddart, of Mis , , • • ,__. e- v „ soula, second vice president ; S. \ . K im pel. of Butte, secretary : George L. Ram sey, of Bozeman, treasury. The execu tive committee is composed A. B. Clem ents, of Helena ; A. H. Barrett, of Butte; E. H. Talcott, of Livingston, and the president and secretary. The league wd j meet again at Helena on the second Wednesday of January and hold annual | sessions thereafter.