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c.-tt SC Y & STAPLE Groceries, For 15 Days only ! OULOTHIXTO AND Un.e G-reat il a !! %i CLO Off it J 9 O F X. ORSCHEL Ä, BrO. Will take place from this date, the cause being overstocked. Knowing it to be hard times and before removing to our new store we now offer Railroad men, Mechanics, laborers and ranchmen the benefit of our Reduction, which means Bedrock Prices, in Local Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, BOOTS and SHOES, GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. We still carry the hugest and hin est Selected Stock of Sour Mash Whiskies, all kinds of Wines and the choicest line domestic and imported Cigars ! T A well selected tt n ie of j Glassware and all kinds of Smokers' Articles. HATS AND CAPS. AGENTS FOR PH. BEST BREWING CO. LIQUORS & CIGARS. ! R. NEW OPEXING OP MILLINERY & LADIES' FDBDil.S LACES, COLLARS, FANS, PARASOLS, HDress G-cods Etc., etc., in endless variety, at prices as low as the lowest. ONE DOOR FROM PARLOR RES TAURANT. Ladies, give me a call. Mrs. J. N. Dannison. G. YV. Metcalp S. A. Oliver G. W.METCAL7& CO. —DJALLRS ivV— Horses. Ht n>.sses, I ugons, 3 HC a.y «& Grain. » I— £hr333 and SjII on O^mmission. PARTIES OUrtiri'ED FOR THE PARK. 1STLower en l of I ark street, LIV NGSTON, M. T. 2 ■ in of EARLEY & HOLMES, Li vary, Fead ait Sale Stables. Full rigi or s&dpe horses to let, and care ful drivers urn'.shid if desired. ste em BUY. iff) SEL L HORSES cf i»* hit __I ed. t7*S|aUas an Clark street,- Livingston They arr prep .red to carry travelers into tlie Park or to a»/ other point, ahead of all MS. Gen. Sherman's PI ; n». An eastern paper says that Gen. Siier in tn ieit Washington ou Wednesday, tue 20th oi June, with his aide, Coi. Tid.sail, .or his summer's trip. He went direct to i>Lffalo, wuere he was met i>y Cnie.-Jus tice Waite and Air. Justice Gray. At LuffaiO toe party took tue steamer is yack, on June 21. lor jJulutii, touching at Erie, Cleveland, Detroit, Sault Ste, ai irie, Ae wauuee, etc. From Oulutti tiiey win g > to Foit Snelliug, where Gen. Terry w ill join them, auu all go to Fort Eins und the National Park, alter which tiiey will visit Helena, Banuack City, Big lioie, ami Missoula. At Fort Sueiiiiig Col. Jochuid I. Do»ige, 11 tli Infantry, will rejiort, e une 2 3, to accompany the General tlience as an escort until relieved. At Missoula General Terry leaves to re turn to his post, and the rest oi the paity go on via Fort Cœur d'Alene, fc>p»»kaiie, ■ Cilville, Osovoos, etc., to Port Hope on Frazer's river, and from tiieie to New Westminster, Victoria, Port Townsend, Seattle, an via Tacoma to Fort Vancouver. From Vancouver they go to IS .u Francisco and Los Angeles by the iSoutnem Pacific, and thence east to Santa Fe via the Needle» and Fort W ingate. Fiom Santa Fe they go up to Fort Lewis and Salt Lake, alii back by Lncomp.tiigre and tlie Arkansas Canyon to Pueblo and Denver, and from Denver-to St. Louis au l Wash ington. Gen. Sherman expects to l>e at Fort E lis (Bozeman) by Juiy 4th, and at Cupur (i'.v cue August 1st; at Fort Van couver A igust 2üth ; San Francisco on September 1st; and Santa Fe about Sep tember 20th. Owing to the opening of the Supreipe Court, the judges must lie in Washington by or before October 8th ; but Gen. Sherman may l>e delayed in Colorado until a little later, although in tending surely to be back by the middle of ( ctober. Col. Poe and Col. Tour tellotte will remain in Washington to ausw r letters and inquiries. It v as e pect'd that Col. Bacon would ac> onipa y the General, but the ill health of M >. Bac n compels him to remain :n Was i ingtt.n. Twest/ on » "assisted" einigr nts wire returned on Satuidty to Engla d on the ste mer Turnessi». One other ss ted em grant aud wife were sent Ls ck on the steamer Spain. The estimated decrease of the pu' l'c debt for June is $17,500. This world make the tot il reduction for thelfecal year ending June 80th about $137,225. 000. Fargo, Dakota, June 3Q.—In the suit cf Marvin against the Northern Pacific i»* road for damages for the Inas of both hit legs while an employe, was decided to-day. Damages of $20,000 were grant ed. The suit will be appealed to the Supreme Court tue to At > ill as re on at at on of ; in iinussELS, June Jo.— A dis]auch .o*u St. Petersburg to Nord Russia n »». gu. here indicates tli t the Itussi.u.s a. e m l disposed to mediate in the tin. cu ;y be tween France and China. A New York special to the Chics go New» says: It was learned in this c ty to-day that President Arthur leaves W s iugton early in Juiy on an extended tup, ami tli it he will probably be absent fr< m the White House îor at least six weeks. be trip will include a trip to the water ing 1 aces on the eastern coast, including i »/..g Branch, Newport and Narragansett Pier, thence along the coast of Maine. From this point the president will branch t ff toward the northwest, and it is said that he may go as far as the Yellowstone region. J. S. BECHTEL, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Buys and sells Horses ITouse-hold Furniture, and Goods of every description. Livingston Montana Main Street. to y >. i GO TO R. C. Griffith, FOR BLACKSMITHING. He makes a specialty of hers«* shoeing. Wagon shop in connecticn, and job work of all kinds neatly and promptly done. Shop in rear of W*no na House. HOLDEN & BINGHAM, newsdealers, LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. The Latest Papers, Magazines and Periodi cal» always on band. Also Fruit«, Nui« ^d Candies, and To Cigaro. l When You Leave tie Train at. X. ii vingstort, - - XÆoxita.na, ENQUIRE FOR THE FREE HACK TO THE Merchants' Hote The table is supplied with everything the market affords. Parlors for the accommodation of ladies, and the house throughout complete with everything neces sary for the comfort of guests. '» 7 ; CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS At the Bar in connection with the House. Terms Reasonable. Park Street, Opposite the Depot. W:k ■ jr./ir. much eu er„ r >rut J. Schreiner & Sons >$*} WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS Carry a heavier and m«>reeare r ul1y selected Hock of Wines. Liquors and Cigars than any firm in Eastern Montana, c* nsicting of Domestic and Imported Wines. W hiskns mii Brandies, Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin, every description of Litters, Ale. and Porter, Mir wank«*, M Louis and Chicago Beer. They are also agents lor the J. M Brunswick aud Bulke Billiard and Pool Table*. Main Street, Livingston, Montana. POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE Wright & Bartlett, Props., Dea'ers in Drugs « MedicinePaints , Oils, Bodes, Stationery , FAc, Prescriptions carefuUy compounded day and night. Main street, Liviugston. BTW E. YOUNG, M. D., w 11 be found at the P. 0. Drug Store night and day. Merchant Tailor. Suits made in the Latest Style, snd a Sure Fit always guaranteed. Also dealer in Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc. Livingston, - - - Montana.