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arrive. r«««-. «P"-»'- Ä ::::::::::*1 iS H: S: ........ 5:55 a.m. ..........*=*>•"• derart. cp, (r oin g west)............12:15 p.m. ' going e.-.t;........... jin 1 ' webt) ............ „.00 p. tn. iinç east).............11:45 a. m. ,, n J cent) ............. 0:43 a. m. ....... 9:15 p.m. Jrfrain«'rto|, at Livingston formcals LOCAL LAYOUT Jam os Connell cam 3 down from Emi grant last eveuicg. En era vin g done at Charles F. Easton's, opposite the haul: I) K. Buchanan is improving his prop <r tv on Main street. Gilbert for bargains ( < 1. Clough, Hccomi anied l>y his wife a id daughter, paid a vLit to Hunter's Hot Springs yesterday. jdiir dollar summer suits at Gilbert's. (,'oiigl.nonr*s for lumber. I 5 i iv Mi'ci on Monday sold his live y interest to Montgomery Bros. Bill will rust'c :te for a few days in the Park. Goughnour's for lumber. Goods gold strictlv at state prices at Gilbert's. II. T. Ceperlcv is adding :n>urance to his real estate business. He has already received the agency for the Phoenix of Hartford. Coughnotir's for lumber. W. A. Smith on Monday sold two resi dence lots in the Park addition to Mr. Elmer, who is in the employ of the Mon tana Lumber Company. The best of lumber at the lowest possible prices at Goughnour's. G. W. Metcalf & Co. will erect a two story livery barn on the corner of Clark and Main streets. The barn will have a capacity to accommodate 100 head of stock. I e neml er that my prices will always be as low uh t.ii* lowest. E. Gougunouk. William Wright met with quite a seri ous accident on Monday. While unhitch ing his team one of them jumi>cd upon him injuring his right limb very badly. Two dollars and a half boots at Gilbert's. Toney Earley's outfit of twelve fine mules, which have been doing duty on the Cmadian Pacific for the p ist few mo h , returned yesterday greatly to Toney'8 pleasure. L. H. Gilbert for boots and shea. H. T. Oe per ley received an order from Gr nd Rapids. Michigan, for two lots in Riverside with instructions to build a house. He will commence building at once. All goods at states prices at Gilbert's. Hats in all the latest styles and in great variety just received at Smith, llagy A Co. Take a look at them. M •. Blair, from Minnesota, a friend of our papular sto.rk mm, Fox, parch wed a lot on Third street, opposite Mr. Bush's, and will thoreon erect a handsome resi dence. Mrs. Blair will arrive here in a fear days. * ;£ .Montana Lumber Company, agents for Pease A Myers' lime. Pest iu the country : try it. Several loads of wool came in on Mon day from Smith River valley and were uu louled at Smith, Hagy & Co.'s store. This linn is now acting as consignees for » great part of the wool from the uorthern districts. Best custom snits at Gilbert's. About forty horses belonging to Fitz gerald & C.>. were branded yesterday afternoon in the corral near town. Those w.io witnessed the process of applying the iron to the untamed creatures describe it as having been a very interesting scene. N( w poors striving at Lawrence A Stuff'efaard A** V v l )ut ® v «y day. Get their prices and look eir stock before purchasing elsewhere. 81 A telegraph station has been established at Brishiu with G. T. Noblitt in charge. As the line advances instruments will also 1,0 put in at Chickory and Mr. Noblitt ("ho "ill continue at the front) transferred to that btatiou. 1 i!mi! I )Ia8tft r paris on hand at the Montana ^umoci co. s yards. The long drawn-out examination in the Case wl spencer, Haley and Muldowncy ( onc to a close last evening and Judge Bud long will remit r his decision as t > "1 tether defendants shall be committed or trial or discharged at ten o'clock to day. taiiumU-K,ïmfa U y r th ° car ' load at tho Mot * Among the autographs cn the register j *^ e re liants last evening were those ° f T ; W ' ^«gstaff and John Waters, hail g from the faraway Canadian province (t * n ' a Scotia. They arc traveling by rni y? ^° Ugh t0 thc stop o .vjps & route txd S: viewing the continual succession of natural beauty and the wonders aecom p ished by man's invasion of die west. Ä bTÄ JhÄr 1 Hip Boot6 ' At tb0 During the dance last night at the Bad ger State becr.hall, Air. Fowlie'a piirate room in the rear of the building was en tered and his trunk broken open and its contents examined. Nothing was taken however. Aloney was' what the thieves v. ere after and none Was to be found. On a similar occasion a few days ago the same room was broken into and a gold watch taken. C,eonfv 8 ®cured the services of Luanmtor* 9 a ^ at ^ n county and satisfaction in this line to customers. 18 Got emor Crosby told a newspaper man d jwn the road that the presidential party uid not yet decided whether they woulti come out from the National Park to Br ings or Livingston. We feel pretty cer tain that they will select Billings. After the President has traveled up across M yoming and wandered through the Park he will hanker after the privilege of bestriding a cayuse and following bridle paths 100 miles through the Clarks Fork country to strike the Yellowstone at Bill ings, and this in preference to taking the railroad at the Park. President Arthur says he wants to rough it but it is pretty safe to wager that after he reaches Mam moth Hot Springs he will begin to think that a palace car is not a very bad in ;ti tution, even if it is a device of civiliza tion. Step into Lawrence A Stuff's and inspect fheir new stock of silver-plated water pitchers and wait ers and glassware, without exception the hamfcom eef iu the town. »a a of , The Hook and Ladder Company. According to announcement a meeting was held last evening m Judge Budlong's o :tce to perfect the organization of a Hook and Ladder Company. A good number were present and the following officers were elected: Sam M. Le Roy, chief; Harry M. Heitnerdinger, secretary, and Henry S. Helburn treasurer. The follow ing persons signed the constitution and enrolled themselves as charter members of the first fire company in Livingston : D. I. Donovan, John Coaly, Henry S. Helburn, Harry Burdon, G. H. Williams, L. M. Heizer, Sam. M. Le Roy, Frank Losekainp, H. M. Ileimerdinger, W. H. Dexter, John Wimmett, Joseph Lang, W. H. Frye, J. E. Hendry, G. H. Wright, W. Trowbridge, W. O. Gabriel, A. M. LeRoy, G. W. Potter, David Van Horn and E. D. Lawrence. The meeting adjourned till to-morrow ! evening at ten o'clock to convene again in Judge Budlong's office. The officers of the company especially invite a full at tendance of all citizens who arc interested in protecting the town from the ravages of fire. The movement is one which deserves e cry encouragement as it pertains to the welfare of every property owner in Living ston, and in fact every resident of the town. It needs no argument to prove that an organization for this purpose is not only most desirable but necessary, and we trust that our citizens will heartily assist in placing the fire company now formet] in such condition as will make it to be of practical benefit to the town. The com pany contemplate giving a ball for the purjxise of raising a portion of the funds necessary to equip the force. ç Incensed McCutcheon. On Sunday last the columns of the Helena Independent contained a detailed account of Secretary I. D. McCutcheon 's divorce case anti the fraudulent trickery employed by him to rid himself of a faith ful wife in order to espouse another with ail haste. This was done, as the editor of the Independent states, in order to correct thc public iuipressiou that that paper was disposed to defend McCutcheon 's iudecent behavior, such impression having been created by an interview with himself th t thc Secretary had managed to get pub lished in the Independent in the absence of its editor. On Monday last, the day succeeding the publication of the con demnatory article McCutcheon accosted Col. A. M. Woolfolk, the editor of the In lependcnt, on the public street of Helena and with an angry remark struck him over the head with a heavy cane. Col. Woolfolk, though unarmed, defended him self with nature's weapons and the com l>at continued till the two were separated by friends. The assault was a cowardly one as McCutcheon is a much larger man than Col. Woolfolk and beside used a weapon heavy enough to, kill if forcibly wielded. The belligerent Secretary oi 3Iontana h::s bscn arrested and, it is prob able, fi re d altar thc moaner of treating a common slugger» Is Man convicted of lying who declared that E. R. DEAN & CO., Did not sell more Liquors, of better quality and cheaper than any house in Eastern Montana. "Note the Address. Main St., Livingston, Mt H. D. ! in of of $15 Dollars Reward. Lost,two ponies; one sorrel with stripe in face branded II on left hip: the other, a bay, with a white st=ir in the forenead. Both small. The a bove reward wilt re paid for the ret am of said animals to, I Orschel A Bro, Livingston. To Hotel Men or Restauranteurs. A large amount of Queensware and Glassware which must be sold or given away, at the St. Paul Clothing House, Main Street. L IST ON OR ABOUT JULY 1ST. A POCKET i look con tail ia*j dralt j. The finder will be r - %. ...ùed by leaving tne same at Smith üagy & Co's store. K uuMö r\J at KENT—FURNISHED OK UN furnished, suitable for single gentlemen or small families. (tf) II. T. Ceperley. I jlOR SALE—CHEAP-A DESIRABLE HOTEL property on Main street. Building plastered throughout;* 12 rooms, well lighted and ventilated. Barber shop and bath rooms in basement. Now rent, n g for 3200 per mouth. H. T. Ceperley. TIT ANTED—A MAN WITH WIFE THAT IS A IT good cook. St E- Goughnour. S MALL HOUSE WANTED.—FURNISHED OR un furnished. Location no consideration. One or two rooms will suit. Address, Lock Box 112 Livingston Post Office, giving price per month OPERA HOUSE, Every USTiglit. The Invincibles, CARROL & HALL, Ocie and Tommy, The Acrobatic Song and Dance Wonders. MONDAY, JULY 16 The great sensational Drama, MOLLY MAGUIRE POWERFUL CAST. New Costumes, Scenery, Music, Et.\, THE ST. ELMO R.esta/u.reLXit Is the best place in the city for a first-class meat, served at all hours. GARRETT * MURRAY, ...V Proprietors. 1 Main Street * - Livingston H T. Ceperley, Real Estate. RI VERSIDE ADDITIO N, The best evidence of the quality and popularity of property.is in the selection of locations made by actual settlers—parlies who bring their families before they buy and are here to stay. We have to-day in Riverside Addi tion five times as many tamilies who own their proper ty as there are in any other Addition in town. These people come here with their eyes open and money in their pockets■ They are under no obligations whatever to antf one• Why, Ihen, do they buy their Residence Lots in Riv erside Adaition? Simply because it is the pleasantest and most desirable place to live. Pure Spring Water, Grassy Lawns, Natural Shade, AND GARDENS Without being among llie attractions. We still have choice Tots at low prices. 1 am directly interested inthepropirty and can make you terms to suit yoùr circumstances . Come and see mebeforeyou buy. Correspondence solicited, H. T. CEPERLEY, ■ n Livingston, Montana. Kelerences: First National Bank. Winona, Minn.; Reynolds Bros Bankers Albuquerque, N.M.; Hmu Fred. Waisen, State TreusurerColorado ;Slebbîns, -Mund <s Co., Bankers, Livingston, M. T„ POSTOFFICE STORE. DEALE It IN V- • A Drags, Notions and Dry Goods. Tourists outfitting point for the Park K. A. BELL. *: *