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( '. II. Little made a ti i)i to Mozetnan Monday. . Faines Connell of Cliieo was in tlie city Minday. II. ( ). KHlugg ,,f Ui»; Timber was in town Monday. A. .1. Steele of Helena was a visitor in Livingston Monday. Thomas M. Robbins of Cooke was in the city Wednesday. lien Strickland of the upper valley was in the city Monday. Mrs. Charles Schustrom of (Trey Clitf was in the city Tuesday. Dr. .1. M Fox of Red Loilgo was in the city the lirst of the week. Frank Hobbs of Cooke was union»' ar rivals in Livingston Tuesday. M iss Kate Crane was up from Hunt ers Hot Springs Wednesday. Mrs. darin of Hillings was a guest of Mrs. T. S. Ash the past week. George Hancock, the architect of Bozeman was in town Wednesday. A. C. Logan, the Springdale wool grower. has been in town the past week. John Egelar of Clyde Park w as among prominent ranchmen in Livingston Monday. Conductor Henley made a suecesfui hunting trip to the Boulder country the past week. Charles Turley of the upper Yellow stone was a business visitor in the city Wednesday. L. A. Henry and Robert McClung of Meyersburg were in Livingston the first of the week. Mrs. W. T. Collins of Hunters Hot Springs was among arrivals in Livings ton Wednesday. Chairman H. J. Hoppe of the board of county commissioners, was down from Cinnabar Wednesday. H. Gassert of Cinnabar was attending to business matters at the county capi tal the first of the week. J. L. Goughnour, deputy sheriff at Big Timber, was attending to business in Livingston Wednesday. Arthur Gray and wife of Gardiner at tended the formal opening at Hefferlin's opera house Wednesday evening. Uncle John Yancey, proprietor of the Pleasant Valley hotel in Yellowstone Park, was in the city Wednesday. Benj. Urner, the hustling real estate and mining broker of Big Tiaider, was a visitor at the county capital Tuesday. W. F. McLeod and William Dutton of McLeod were among prominent ranch men and stockgrowers in town Monday. Joseph Stepan, formerly with W. F. Sheard but now proprietor of the Town send gun store, was in the city Thurs day. J. B. Hooper came over from Melville Tuesday, preparatory to going to the Boulder mines, whither he will start to morrow. Master Mechanic Angus Brown and Department Foreman M. H. Lashorn and wife were visitors at Tacoma the past week. Mary Gunderson of Melville was in the city Tuesday and made declaration of her intention to become a citizen of the United States. A. F. Kavanaugh of Stillwater was in Livingston Wednesday to witness the opera of Said Pasha as presented by the Calhoun opera company. D. I. Donovan, who has been freight ing for the Henderson Mountain Mining and Milling company at Cooke, has re turned to Livingston for the winter. Will Kearns, who has been employed in the bridge force on the Northern Pa cific, went over to Great Falls Sunday to accept a position with the Great Northern. Arthur Bingham departed Friday for North field, Minnesota, to accompany his father, Maj ir H. W. Bingham, on Ins return from a sojourn with relatives in that city. John Hogan, who has concluded to en gage in woolgrowing, will make his home in Livingston. He went over to Bozeman, the lirst of the week to-ar range for removing his family to this city. J. Fear of Springdale was in Living ston Monday. He has been spending the summer in the Stinkingwater coun try where lie has secured several good mineral properties and believes that dis trict will prove an extensive one with development and transportation facili ties. Charles Anderson went up to Cooke the past week to renew operations upon the Enterprise mine which were sus pended the lirst of the month. He has everything in shajie for continuing de velopment work during the winter, hav ing erected a whim, whim house, stables and other necessary buddings during the past season. E. Goughnour returned Saturday night from Missoula county, where he had been superintending the starting of his sawmill. lerejsirts warm weather in that locality with almost constant rainfall during his sojourn. The mill has been started for the purpose of cut ting lumber for the erection of neces sary mill buildings, which will be com pleted in about two weeks. After that date the mill will be operated in manu facturing lumber for the market. I j I R. T. Smith of Meyersburg was in the city Wednesday. I W. J. Anderson made a business trip to Helena Tuesday. James A. Bailey, district clerk elect, visited Bozeman Tuesday. I)r. Mussigbrod of Warm Springs was in t he city yesterday. Hon. C. P. Blakeley of Bozeman greet ed Park county friends the past week. Hon. C. S. Hartman, congressman elect. was over from Bozeman Thursday evening. Henry Wright of Creamery, Gallatin county, was a visitor in Livingston Wed - j nesday. R. T. Smith, proprietor of the Half way station on the Castle road, was in the city the past week. E. E. Schüfe, bookkeeper for the Liv ingston Coke and Coal company, was down from Cokedale Tuesday. Engineer Lutz returned Sunday from Minnesota, where he has been manipu lating tiie throttle during the past two months. J. A. Hall and wife and Mr. and Mrs W. L. D. Shawks of Big Timber were among arrivals in the city Thursday morning. S. C. McMaster, the genial traveling representative of the Rocky Fork Coal company, greeted his host of Livingston friends yesterday. William Broadway, who has been em ployed as cook at J. B. Lingerman's res tiiuraut, departed Friday night for a visit to his former home in England. C. N. Sargent, the Gardiner merchant, was in town Wednesday and attended the formal opening of the Hefferlin's o[iera bouse by the Calhoun opera com pany. Surveyor Charles Tappan returned Monday from the Boulder mining dis trict where he had been engaged in making a survey of E. J. Keeney's placer claim. Dr. W. L. Shawk and Joseph Mere dith returned Monday from a hunting trip to the Belt range where they were successful in capturing seven tine black tail deer. George Colpitts came down from Gar diner Saturday evening on his way to Castle. He will probably remove his family from Castle to Gardiner and re locate in the blacksmithing trade at that point. L. J. Wescott, George Simmons and John Farington of Melville came in frem the east Thursday morning and at tended the opera of "Fatinitza" as pre sented by the Calhoun company in the evening. CIHIKK m v Mil ES. Every one has a cold. There is from two to three feet of snow in the moun tains, but only four inches in Cooke. W. E. Nichols has moved his bed and board up to the new mill. Warren & Vogal have closed their meat market for the winter. Judge Potter saw a fresh bear track when he was going to work Monday. He carried his gun and snares with him the following morning. He will have bear track steak for supper. The house logs belonging to D. W. Stewert, and sold at constable's sale Nov. 25, were bought by John Curl for Dave Seaman. Representing is about all done for the year but the paying for it isn't, half done yet. Parties having the work done seem to think that a man living in C<Kike can work for nothing and live on snow balls and rabbit's trucks. H. A. Ortnsbee and Frank Wells are getting ready to put up ice. Tom Harden has taken his horses down to Gardiner and turned them out for the winter. Vandyke the live hunter will winter on Grandie creek. T«ke Noli«*« Should our advertise fail to see you and explain to you our plan of present ing this great library, free of cost, drop a card to R. S. Peale Company, Chicago, 111., and they will send a full explana tion. Did you know that the ninth edition of the great Encyclopedia Britannica was only completed in December, 1889, and that it has enabled the public to take the measure of this incomparable work and place it in contrast with other cyclopedias? This result has been to establish beyond <(uestion its unqualified superiority. It is a giant where others are pygmies. It stands the noblest work of all literature; the one only adequate representative of the advanced thought and scholarship of the world. In the amount of brain work furnished it im measurably transcends all competition. It is the only cyclopedia in which each principal subject is treated by an ac knowledged authority upon that sub ject. No other has spent one-third as much money on literary labor as the Britannica. Not one has given 810,(KK) for a single article, or 8000 a page for written matter, as it has done. The Bible contains 3,500,000 ems; Webster's dictionary, 30,000,000 ems, at 812; Chambers' cyclopedia, 48,000,000 ems, at 850; Johnson's cyclopedia, 56, 000,000 ems, at 848; Appleton's cyclope dia, 00 , 000,000 ems. at 885; Encyclopedia Britannica, 140.000,000 ems, at 8125 to 8200. But through our special offer the Peale reprint of the Encyclopedia Bri tannica. with entirely new maps brought up to date, is supplied absolutely free of cost as a gigantic advertisement. Parties desiring the above work can leave orders with Talcott & Sax. M«>nev Makes Mutiny. I _ Deposited in the Merchants Bank pays 8 jier cent interest on time deposits. C. S. Heffkrlin, Cashier. SPECIAL MENTION. Full line of trusses at Peterson's. Go to O'Neil's for a Speckled Havana. Full line of trusses at Peterson's. Fresli vegetables at Krieger A Cos'. Sacks and sacking twine at Krieger a Ladies' felt slippers and shoes at Hef ferlin's. A large stock to select irom. A choice carload of New York appli s just received at Krieger A Co's. Cure your corns. Big 4 dois it. At Peterson's. Guarantee to tit any rupture with truss, at Peterson's. If you like good, strong coffee try some of our African Java. Parks A Gilhoy. Guarantee to lit any rupture with truss, at Peterson's. Go to Sheard's Gun Store and see the finest line of Opera Glasses ever shown in Montana. Shoes, shoes, shoes. The largest stock of children school shoes in the city at Hefferlin Br< )S. For summer complaint nothing equals Dr. Hess' Blackberry Balsam. Sold by M. A. Peterson. When Ibiby was sick, \\** uavc bnr Cftntoria. When sin* was a ('hi Id. slip t ri»*d for t ist mi a \\ Iipm she bpcaiiD* Miss, slu* cl mi u to < ustmia When slit had « 'hildrpn, slip gave them Castoria. Crescent creamery butter at Thomp son Bros. The best lime is furnished by the Liv ingston Lime Works. O. Mattson. For choice family groceries go to Krieger A Co. Guarantee to tit any rupture with truss, at Peterson's. Swiss, Edam Pineapple and Limberger Cheese at Parks A Gu. hoy's. Don't limp around with corns when you can purchase a bottle of Big 4 Corn Cure for 25 cents. At Peterson's. "Monarch Brand" of fruits and vegeta bles at Thom oson Bros. For fresh fruits and vegetables go to Krieger A Co's Family grocery. Choice coffees and teas a specialty at Krieger A Go's. Full line of trusses at Peterson's. Are you constipated or billions? One box of Common Sense Pills will entirely cure you. Sold by M. A. Peterson. I)o you wish to know the quickest way to cure a cold? We will tell you. To cure a cold quickly, it must be treat ed before the cold has become settled in the system. The first symptoms are a dry, loud cough and sneezing. The cough is soon followed by watery expec toration and the sneezing by a profuse watery discharge from the nose. In severe cases there is a thin white coat ing on the tongue. What to do? It is only necessary to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in double doses every hour. That will greatly lessen the severity of the cold and in many cases will effectually counteract it, and cure what would have been a severe cold in one or two days time. Try it and lie convinced. 50 cent bottles for sale by J. E. Ferte, druggist. Tu Prevent the Grip Or any other similar epidemic, the blood and tlie whole system should be kept in healthy condition. Take Hood's Sarsa parilla to give strength, purify the blood and prevent disease. Hood's Pills cure liver ills. 1 .\ in«*ri« a aii CliiilttiH. I From the Daily Reveille, Whatcom, Waai.J "T. C. Burnett, the democratic candi date for sheriff, was taken violently ill at Clearbrook. He had all the symtoms of Asiatic cholera, and for an hour or two it was feared ho would die. They finally gave him a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which revived him until a physician arrived." That is precisely what the manufacturers of that medicine recom mends for cholera. Send for a physical» but give their medicine until a physi cian arrives. If cholera becomes preval ent in this country next summer this preparation will be in great demand because it can be depended upon. For sale by J. E. Ferte, druggist. Farragut Post No. 7, G. A. R. will hold their annual election of Post officers at 8 o'clock p. m. sharp, Tuesday, Dec. Gth, 1892. All members are requested to at tend. By order, Thomas J. Mains, A. B. Hicks, Acting Commander. Adjutant. 'Jt In a recent letter to the manufactur ers. Mr. A. W. Baldridge, Millersville, 111., says: ''Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy gives the best satisfaction of anv cough medicine I handle, and as a seller leads all other preparations in this mar ket. I recommend it because it is the best medicine I ever handled for coughs, colds and croup." For sale by J. E. Ferte, druggist. Kutlwav r«»iiiiii<lriiniK What is the railway mileage of the United States? 170,601 miles. What has been the cost? Over ten billion dollars. What state heads the list in point of mileage? Illinois— H ),079 m i les. What is average cost of constructing a mile of railroad? About 830,000. \V ho built the tirst locomotive in the United States? Peter Cooper. \\ hat is the cost of a Palace sleeping car? About 815,000, or 817,000 if vesti buled. What road carries the largest number of passengers? The Manhattan Elevat ed Railroad, New York—525,000 a dav or 191,625,000 yearly. What are the chances of fatal accident in railway travel? Statistics show one killed in every ten million. What road runs the famous vestibuled, electric lighted and steam heated train between St. Paul, Minneaiiolis and Chi cago? The Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Ry. It leaves St. Paul at 8:10 o'clock every evening. Considered oneof the most complete and handsomest trains in this country. How many trains per day via this road from the "twin cities" to Chicago? Four —from S*. Paul Union Depot at 7:50 a. m., 2:55 p. in., 6:55 p. in. and 8:10 p. m. Are they all heated by steam? Yes. Is there any road, except "The Mil waukee," which furnishes electric berth lamps to read by? No. Who should a passenger apply to for information as to lowest rates to all IKiints in U. S. and Canada via "The Milwaukee"? To any coupon ticket agent in the Northwest or address J. T. Conley, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent, St. Paul, Minn. THE FINEST LINE OF Cigars, Cigrettes. Pipes and Tobacco, f . B. ANNIN & CO'S. Mirabilia and Westward Ho! Fl VK CENT CHiAKS Castoria For Infanta and Children. Caitoria promote» Digestion, and overcomes Flatulency, ConHtqiation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, 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. Archer, M. D., Ill South Oxford St., Urooklyn, N. Y. "I use Castoria In my practice, and find it specially adapted to affections of children." Alex. Robertson, M. D., 1057 ad Ave., New York. •* From personal knowledge and observation I can say that Castoria Is an excellent medicine for children, acting as a laxative and relieving the pent up bowels and general system very much. Many mothers have told me of its ex cellent effect upon their children." Da, G. C. Osooon, Lowell, Mass. The C Ff'TAUiï Forçant, 77 Murray Street. N. V . The Celebrated French Cure. 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