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D TIME TABLE. L'KIV Li'Ki .............11:50 p.m. i ....... 1:55 p. ni. ......... 5:55 u. m. \......... 8:35 p.m. ............12:15 p. ra. ]\ \ ......... 1 :25 p. ra. . ......... 2:00 p. in. '...........11:45 a. m. ............ 6 *45 a. ni. ............ 0:13 p. m. ju for îucals. " ' tiOjAL PAUK BE. AIT OH. . ,„?,^_c«nstruction Department. _______ TKAIN3 NOItra «TATIOK3 NO. 4. | NO. :j. ui I i\ in-r.-tou jJ:50 p.m.ji3:20pm i; . < .,;ir. ;o:50 p. m.il2:(X)a m |ci:ü0 p. m.jl.1:39a m 'hickory. 5:10 p m. 10:40a m ). iiy'v. 4:20p.in. 8:5üa m ase ;;tll othors aecondclasa ÜÖAL LAYOUT H'' ion ;.l.l < « Tliii inoou opened their new Main L.ticet vestcrdi Ntv. p-; U. II. :cc3 at L'cnovan s. the Bank v um. of Liviner ;om Billings yesterday. , vo-tîi-.MoH at Donovan'a. ]'. (V; erlry sold live lots in River yesterday and thinks he will in this average right along. SonvrnT A Linn-" of the Na cé ;vcd at Doutas à Wcirick's, National Park just re Park street. Robert Chew, proprietor of the hotel at TUmtcr's Hot Springs, was on the train v^-nlav, bound homeward after a visit to Helena. Gilbert for bargains. Ui kinds of coto just received at F. A. kriegeb's. jfr. Stuff, of the firm of Lawrence & Stuff, is down from Gardiner, where lie nm 9 a branch establishment of the firm's hardware business. McBrayer ''if) whisky at Fowlie'a. Gilbert for boots and shea. General Manager Haupt accompanies the Indian Commission who left St. Paul on Sunday evening to visit the Crow and other Montana reservations. Tiro dollars and a half boots at Gilbert's. Nicolas Imo has sold out the furniture und equipments of his barber business to T. lb Mayo and will engage with John Kicher in the saloon and restaurant busi nes» in the new old Arcade Theatre. bnilding on the site of the at Four dollar summer 6iiita at Gilbert's. The Miles City Press says that there is to be a change in the running time of passenger trains that will bring them into Miles City during the hours of dayligl t. Wears of opinion that there will be no furrier schedule ehauges until the com pleliui of the road. Cools sold strictly at state prices at Gilbert's. "Squid" Rice was a passenger yesterday on the east-bound train. When saluted with the title of Lieutenant be said it was fi trifle premature, but he presumed that In* would receiv e his commission as a tfiond lieutenant in a short time, as he bid been notified of his appointment. Particular attention given to prescriptions at the * Si Street Pharmacy. - m . Douglas & Weikick. Marshal Hathaway left yesterday for hdena with Matthew Christie. Cards "'ore exclusively the ruin of the young >5 n, wlu) was formerly a much respected t*erk for several of our large local busi npiW houses, and was accounted one of the mos t expert book-keepers in the state.— Loiiess Press v 4th. 'Vhitu lead, paints and oils h eiricu: a, Park street. at Douglas & Beet custom suits at Gilbert's. The editorial paity, if the programme ias ,,cc: > curried out, will occupy them E ; lVCs during to-day in viewiug the erup of Old Faithful, the Bee Hive, the G;mt i the.Grand and a host of other gey anf l s, hu 11. It was hoped that tilth visit to the geyser basin was so timed they would see the Giantess, throw ]L 0 grand column 250 feet into the air. A112ocds states prices at Gilbert's. Choice ci Sars at Douglas & Weirick's. : t , e h uvc received a request to exchange (o ' l ' tllL * -Mineral Argus, a weekly paper published within a few days at j*.. i»ii' i n the Magi unis mining district. Mor i * Vr<,<,man - lt win l )e i in the ir;:.°'. t! * prospectus, devoted to min tV f f 1 - 1 " an ^ agriculture. We know in !'i° Pl ï' t<)rS t(> * >c young men, and M lhc - v * iave selected should 1 x -<■' ixpeiimout a success. 01 ''lnch'tm-v Sv P ^ prices on barbed wire, tfcniv f ( . n - (1 1 ; ve u . n muiiense stock- Notiiing f:on» tWi?,uS Cla8;J hartivvaro etore ia Board o Siting < 'nuij.r, .• I 'adö did not meet last if the to ^ ,e unpleasant character demç, , ( '' u " er * by direction of Presi Älü t-'etinif We ^'fl^ted to announce the b f L ( T t <)r ta '* even ing iu the rooms of o'clofk ' co nveue promptly at eight business * * ' °1 # importance is to be r member is m attendance at the hour ^ 'hdderci'i . i requested / 'i e . ver * v û^ember is especially n«n u ,j ü be m atten/i-««- ^ h(j '^ * Wdfif''fiokp and fancy goods ta ^ '-'nue b, Park street. °' r r^Uway uvfii^- aSK ^ iant superintendent V week in T K - rvice ' s P ent îl great part iü Llv 'ihgstoa attending gen erally to the duties iucidc in regulating the Northern Pacific and McDowell .will have at to his position ]vestal service on the its brandies. Mr town ana if H T* ' ? lea8Bd "*h the T u ; xert,,M r . . ° pleasure, ill certain v m.it» Livingston bis headquarters. ot -«we™. plements of alT kind- ran d a?ri $ altural iui Staff, Main street ' 1 Upou Lawr ^ce & Do no t neglect the Board of Trade meet mg tins evening. Five ladies and gentlemen from Ohio. stopping in town nearly a cck lut to-day for the trip to the Park " i*ch brought them to Montana. The regular monthly meeting of the Livingston Hook and Ladder company will be held this evening in Judge Budiong's ofhee. All members are tend. requested to at "The gentle rain from heaven" that fell last evening was blessed not twice merely but twice a thousand times by the people <>1 Livingston who, during 5 v r ceks past have been traveling the dusty, moisture less sheets. The only fault wiili the shower was it ; short duration. If it had "kept up its lick'' all night we would have beec grateful in proportion. An attempt was made on Sunday night to burglarize C. M. Gilbert's clothing store. During the night Mr. Gilbert, who sleeps over his store, heard a sudden noise as ol the fall or breaking of a board in the rear.of the building, and getting up quick ly, saw two men leaving the back window, against which was piled a stack of cloth ing. They had evidently been trying to enter the window and by some means made the noise which resulted in foiling their scheme. Lawrence & Stuff have for sale stoves of even description, and will warrant to suit purchasers in both style and price. They have also full line of general hardware. Mr. Thompson, general superintendent of railway mail service, accompanied by his wife and her sister, came to Living ston on Sunday, and being joined by his assistant superintendent, Mr. McDowell the whole party left for a ramble through tie National Wonderland. The lade;'of the party aroused some amusement among the untutored savages of Livingston by wearing high-crowned felt hats decorated profusely with the emblem of estheticism —the sunflower. We trust that the ladies will pardon the good people of Living ston and Montana if those hats were stared at a little bit and remember that a cow boy's sombrero, with its leather band, if worn in New York might be looked at quite as curiously by them. Cut in Pieces. A fatal accident occurred yesterday morning on the Park branch at the siding near Yaukee Jim's, forty-one miles from town. The victim was a man najned Ringo, who, until recently, had been em ployed as a restaurant waiter, and in vari ous capacities around Livingston, and sometimes was known by the cant alias of "Soupbone." At thetima of the accident he 5vas acting as brakeman on conductor Col ford's train. Out at the end of track siding lie was coupling a carload of iron to a moving train and in .order to make the coupling stooped down to see beneath the projecting rails, as they were piled on the car. While thus engaged his fingers were caught between the iron bumpers, mashing them to a jelly, and it is sup posed that from this paiuful hurt lie for got his usual caution and slipped, falling between the cars and across the rati. The loaded car passed over his body about the region of his hips, cutting him so that only his clothes prevented a complete sever ance. In some manner his legs also got under the wheels and were cut so that they hung only by shreds of flesh. In spite of these terrible injuries he lived three hours from the time of the accident, and seemed conscious of the a5vfui pain he was suffering, His comrades hurriedly placed him on the train and ran from the scene of the occurrence to Livingston— forty-one miles—in one hour. The dying mau was taken tô the hospital, and with everything done to alleviate his suffering, died at about ten o'clock. He came to this country from Ohio, where his rela tives now live. The Indian Commission. A Cilioago telegram of Saturday says: The special committee appointed by the United' States senate to inspect Indian reservations in Montana and adjacent terri tory, held ah inforwrl meeting yesterday. They 5vill first go to St. Paul and will next inspect the Crow reservation. Thence they will go Helena, at which place they will appoint sub-committees to visit the Piemans, Black Feet, Assinaboines, Flat Heads, etc. Senators Logan and Dawes 5VÎ11 probably return eastward from He lena aud will visit the Sioux Indians at the Pine Ridge, Red Cloud, Standing Rock and Brule agencies. Senator Vest and Delegate Maginnu will visit the Fiat Head ageucies. Vest, himself, as he ac companies the presidential party, 5Vill visit the Washfkie agency in Wyoming Territory He will rejoin the others at Livingston. Probably Senator • Cameron and Delegate Maginnis may visit the more northern agencies. The first regular meet i„„ of the committee will be held at Helena about August 23 at which the various Indian agents will be present, they having already been nobSed by telegraph. Another general meeting will be he.! w & Washington about October 1, at which the report win be drawn up. Senator Cameron of Wisconsin, will join the committee at La Crosse. The Presidential Party. It may be safely stated that President Arthur and party are now on the trail leading from Rawlins, Wyoming, to the Yellowstone National Park. According to the programme, the special train by which they traveled was to reach Rawlins on Sunday last. Beside the president, the members of the party are Robert T. Lincoln, secretary of war; Senator Vest, of Missouri ; Gen. Phil Sheridan, Judge Rollins, Col. Sheridan. Anson Stage»*, Sur geon Forward, U. S. A., and Governor Crosby, of Montana, the latttx paving joined them at Rawlins on Sutuwÿk Ac cording to the arrangements'Vie party traveling by ambulance or in the saddle with an escort and a great following of pack animals, will reach the Park August 18th. They expect to spend about ten days in the Park, and will then come down the Yellowstone, reaching Living ston about the 80th, or perhaps a day or two earlier. The president has been in vited to attend the ceremonies in connec tion with the formal opening of the Northern Pacific, but it is not known that he will accept. The party is attended by only one journalist—the representative of the Associated Prass —who will keep up newspaper correspondence by telegraph supplemented by a line of mounted couriers when telegraphic communication is left behind at Fort Washakie. Henry Ward Beecher Will lecture at the SkatingAmphitl i eatre in Bozeman Tuesday evening. August 14th on The Reign of the Common People. T ins is the last lecture tour Mr. Beecher will ever make and no one should miss hearing the great di5*ine, as the oppor tunity 5vill never come again. Do not miss hearing him. D. F. Sherman ) A. K. Yerkes - Wanted. Situation by a Scotch woman who is a first-class cook in all its branches. Apply at this office for further information. Ï ,101t SALE Oil RENT-HOUSE ON SECOND street. Apply at W. Hull's sample rooms, Main street. i^OR SALE.—I HAVE FIFTEEN YOKE OF L Oxen for sale üt E. Goushnour. K ailroad Time Checks cashed at the Brewery Headquarters. P. Plannerv \1TANTED TO LEASE, FOUR OR SIX LOTS Vf suitable for a lumber yard. 48-3t E. Goughnour. I jlOK SALE OR RENT.—HOUSE OF FIVE rooms, kitchen, and upstairs suitable for restaurant and lodging house; located on Second street. Apply at the Putnam house. OYSTER BAY minuit. MAIN STREET, LIVINGSTON, M. T. Meals at all Hours. The Table is Supplied with the Best the Market Affords. LIBERAL. TERMS TO WEEKLY GUESTS THIBADEAU & BURBON. Proprietors. st -AND LUNCH COUNTER. 0. H. M00EE, Propr. CM Street, LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, Milwaukee Keg Beer Always oil Tap and Imported Cheese aud Summer Saus age Sandwiches. SyGIVE ME A CALL.JE1I THE OPERA HOUSE Every IrTiglat. THIS WEEK. nnn I! Milay, Aipt 6 , ' 83 . A SPLENDID BILL. * ê _ _ Refined, Pleasing, ENTERTAINING, ORIGINAL AND MERITORIOUS. w ESTATE Having added some de sirable property to my c List during the week, parties desiring To Purchase WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTEREST TO CONSULT AIE. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. S. T- Geperlt, MAIN STREET, LIVINGSTON, »I. T. Office over E. R. Dean & Co.'s IDOInTT TO SEE RIVERSIDE ADDITION BEFORE BUYING YOUR RESIDENCE LOTS. Tourists Look Here. WHEN YOU "VISIT The National Park, Stop at the POST-OFFICE STORE, GARDTNER, MONTANA, for your Blankets, Groceries, Provisions and Everything you want. PL. .A.. Bell. OSTON oot & Shoe Store ! A Good Calf Boot for $2.50. Lad ies' Shoes from $1 Upw'ds. We have also in stock, a select line of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS ni Sprtim Repairing Neatly Done. Arts, Boots and Shoes Made to order. Oall a,ncL see vis. C- 33 . Towers Go. Main St., Opposite tte Bans, Livingston, Montana. FOR FIRST-CLASS JOB PRINTING CALL AT THIS OFFICE. J. Schreiner & Sons WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS! Carry a heavier and more carefully seleoted stock of Wines, Liquors and Cigars than any firm in*Eastern Montana, consisting of Domestic aud Imported Wines, Whiskies amt Brandies, Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin, every description ôflîitters, Ale and Porter, Mil waukee. St. Louis and Chicago Beor. They are also »gents for the J M Brunswick aud Balke Billiard and Fool Tables. MeinStreet, Lrvfnjgston, Montana.