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AHBITK. y _ rV3 a firpin? wofD. ...........11 ■•i) p.ro. f''îSÂ?>»î 6K!l) ........... l:S5|>m. ï*$\ cj 14' (going eaat)... .......... b:3u p. m. I î ** 1 »rT* « RT. DEPART. , -nri'f.fî, fëoinrvrcst).------ rv!''.' 'V- vssicodu;e«*t)...... ' vesf) ....... fj* ■ , v. 1 jninf ßfflt) ........ (gaine »lobt) ........ î ** 1 'i -oing cast) ........ r "; ;:,„ÏmV; t Livir.jt'toii for 'oalfi 12:15 p. m. 1 :85 p în. 2:00 p. m. 11:4.> a. m. ti:45 a. m. 9:15 p. ui. 7ATI05AL llïTiO TP' PASS ERARÜH. firh«laïc-Con«î moilun Department. FTATIONfl. iLoinüitca T BAIN. -i NORTH NO. 4. I NO. 7 0; s. n: 11 P* :il | miUnsbu. « T L ' D1 :' k ^ • I i:!50 p. ra.|l2:'J0p ni jti;30p.in.j!2:(Oam |C:Oop.m,|l 1:00 a m fi:J0p hi. 10:40a m 4 :20 p.ra. 9:50 a m I.'oa 3. ;ue first chisa ;aL ofcbora secondcjaaa. LOCAL LAYOUT pülwatcr is to he provided with a rail road oila at Douglas & Whitt Veine load, paints ana Park direct. Chas. A. Condon, a prominent attorney d fit. Paul, is visiting Livingston. Col. F. cpeistor. iton, the Clark's Fork mining is registered at the Merchants. George Miles, wife and child, of Milos City, will visit the Wonderland in oonv j,any with Judge Streveil's party. Rev. K. M. Stevenson, of Bozeman, will hold service in the school room this evén ji]ûr at 8 o'clock. All are cordially in vited. JlcRrtyor 79 whisky at Fowlie'a. Cu])t. J. W. Smith passed the night in Livingston. He lias just come down from the Park and will leave this Bowman. morning for J. L. Kolmes left yesterday for the end of track on the Park brauch, where he will operate a hack line to the Park. Finostationery, biank books and fancy goods ta ..t triii« A W'nirick'B. Perk' street Duuciab & Woirick'p, Park street. Drew B. Allen is recovering rapidly from the effects of his recent accident and iiable to use hi* injured limb with very little difficulty. V Convenir Albums of the National Park just re vived at Dougina & Weirick'e, Park street. Thomas Hi ley is suffering severely from the hüllet wound in Ids leg, and it is just possible that amputation may be uect&sary to ensure his recovery. Lawrence & Stuff have for sale stoves of ovorv description, and will warrant to suit purchasers in toth style and price. They have also lull lino of eenerai hardware. Judge J. A. Savage returned last eve ning from his cruise through the Pdfk. He is looking as though he had seen a great deal of out-door life during his ab sence from town. Railroad tickets bought and sold at the Brewery mdquurters. P. Flanuory. Rey. T. Dewitt Talraadge, Beecher's rival ai? a popular preacher and lectUYer, i> fnlloving closely in the latter's foot steps across the continent, lecturing in the principal cities. ' The following people constitute a party *1)0 leave for Wonderland to-daÿ : J. B. Nilleger, Col. Cliarles Squares, both of Chicago, Judge Strevell- and' lädy, and Ceo. M. Miles, of Miles Gitv. Beecher left Bozeman yesterday morn in S By special train for Helena where : he' ff !is billed to lecture hist evening. The regular train would ndt have taken him through in time to fill the engagement. Cbolco cigars at Douglas & Weirick's. A Jt Galllory will bo hero bat a few' day 8 ;,Y " ^ timo to fill your parlors with picture 8 Lbcttom prices. . . C2iwic Four emigrant wagons loaded with T fied cargoes of human beings and their v-iectj ]>;issed through Livingston yester **ay. Thiïy started from Kansas three Months ::go and in about the same time ijom now hope to reach Washington T^r "t (, ry, their objective point. E. Dodson of Philadelphia, yesterday ; ,Jrcll ^d through J.H.Blder'a ReatEstate * gciey, t! )e lot just south ofi-Kreiger's ''^ Ur f store - > He will itnmecHatfyeom -n-e the erection of a commodious two' **T «nek thereon. a '• ' wan , t . tfco best ra& ko of mowers, f e:; W of agricultural im it ï'ji aT. °^ r , 0 ^ /rieud Will O. Hagy is a !"®fman. Will ' is ofie df- yie-j', U^ ß ^ r t !lnd P™sf>èft>us 'büéinèsÿ' inen ôf City r ' imd stc weM : his \vîfe at Sioux Bozeman Clirouicle. upon X&wrence <fc ÇAes us jjcasnre to chronicle the in the id or if and -I! one and the: " Lcriiafl Club," and " f *Wge number of Park It *%*** '<* ««■ ^ ie of visitors is: riiiiity, ij e , ' creat ' ln ? !ind -will, in ail pwd) ^thai;V 8er the next four u *aa-at-aijy nine in the season. T*.j ^ Mile«* pu, lJ ' ilvc ^ anc ^ w *fo arrived ^ nc ? ™ on remain " here 2 1 ! ^coul ^ Judge Stre-' ; Luter couutv prominent lawvers 2 also a the thoir to -in<r ed a dan three ifi that county. lafge owner JL at & »• K- »ca» ÜÎ»*W ««t uponthSïÂ^ ' h?m £°°cl property, aaci adds one OIN: moi _ It îs in town, paying investment* ma,le by M? f' ,lcc lus residence in Livi ' Lcpcrciy through * a J* w ? s m * dc ' sa . vs il ÎJ tin: largest ici estate traus.cr ever made °*- the best t » the Ian ■ingston. H. T. Kwc agency tii: m me town pÄfi^ h « >' i'.v.-.-i DoColab L vVEiiur::. , \- ar ^ e T °/ t° rt * mcn 1,ow working in nc V P. It. It. and Chestnut coal mines west of Livingston, and the number will snortiy be increased to one hundred and -. A double tramway nearly a mile long is being built from the mines to the railroad side track, and when complete the coal cars will be drawn up the stee > grade by means of an endless chain, the descending empty cars pulling up the loaded ones. A "îti s lot of Chamber and Parlor euita inot re ceived at F. A. Kre;ger'a. J Mine Host Abercrombie, of the Cos mopolitan Hotel, Helena, is at present in this city. He reports the hotel business in Helena as firstclass and states that he is remodeling his house and refurnishing it from top to bottom. Mr. Abercrombie is one of the most pleasant of gentlemen, socially, and is withal a first-class hotel man, having had considerable experience in that line. We wish him success, and would advise all of our readers who may have occasion jo go to Helena to stop with him. S. IT. Parsons, salesman for P. IT. Kelly & Co., of St. Paul, G. N. Smith, of Smith, Hagy & Co., and Mr. Lakel returned yes terday afternoon from a visit to the can yon in search of the wary trout. Mr. Parsons brought back 76 of the speckled beauties, and his companions were almost as successful. He thinks if they had not chosen such a warm day and red-hot place for their sport they might have caught more fish. On ordinary occa sions wo have some reluctance about ac cepting trout statistics, but a man with a pious name like Parsons may be implicit ly trusted. An Idle Excursion. Fridley's, Aug. 9, 1683. Editor Enterprise. —Last week I visited the mining camp in Emigrant Gulch and am able to give you some facts. Of all the localities I ever visited I never saw any thing that interested me so much as the scenery of the Gulch, it is superbly magnificent, the towering mountains, some places a mile in extent on each side, where the rock is from 1,000 to 1,200 feet perpendicular, and the even smooth surface all the way up shows that the little devils spilled sulphur while at work building them. The minera all seem happy, doing well ami making money. Glidden & Shafer's, the first mining camp in the Gulch that I struck, are averaging $1.85 per cubic yard of dirt at their works with sluicing, ami I saw several individual miners that were panning out eight to ten dollars per day from their claims with gold pans. I got up to the Clifford mine and stayed all night with the boys and enjoyed myself tip top with them; slept on the top shelf and lived a No. 1 there. The boys have been at work repairing the ditch that brings the water to their pipe, 100 feet up the side of the mountain, and are about ready to wash the dirt and are certain of good results. In the morning I walked up to Billy Gray's camp at the head of the left hand fork of the Gulch, and passed the day looking at his claims, and he showed me one place where he had dug in the side of the mountain and at three feet dbwn had taken out two dollars in gpld to the pan. and he thinks he is on the way to the headquarters of the gold that works its way down to the bed rock of the Gulch. The rock that he takes out id digging isfuli of mineral and is more or less » stained with copper, and down below his cabin there iâ what lie calls copper springsathat xome out into the waters of the Gulch that will eat up iron if left in the water for thirty or forty days, and lie don't think it much safer to drink than Montana whiskey, wliich we all know is bad enough. ;. M. Gray's camp is about 8 miles up, -I! stayed -with him all night, aud in the mdniing started on my way back. I saw siteral rabbirs that lived in the rocks not larger than chipmunks, with tails about one inch'o ig and ears two ind es and fh>ttwn at that. . The miners cail them coneys. There are plenty of gooseberries and whortleberries along the sides of the mountains I finally readied Cliieo, at the: mouth of thegclch, at noon, and sat d:>wn to a splendid dinner at Mrs. Noel's trWrfb run letter believe I relished after which' you tetter believe the eight miles , walk : than ttartecl and Walked down to the Hot Springs, jomifed by tho-.Mathcson Bro's of Billings, which 'iSrô*OiJè~mile': below Chico. I enjoy ed-itfysdf in-the iiteinpor^ry bath house thoir ;.tKfci8ïÿst the right heat to bathe in, andJpts^f it. After resum -in<r iiiy three dollar *uit of clothes, I walk ed three miles .to the. river, and found toatknd came over to my home, and dan say that I nev^ m my life enjoyed three days any better. Yours, A. B. C. For Sale #r «cat. House of five rooms, kitchen and up JL suitable for "ut au. lodging house: located on Second street App y the Putnam house. ; ' i > Notice of Dissolution. Notre is hereby given that J L. Kr.no and Cb:i?. Ro°ebrougb. doing business under the £rn name of Kaue Jt Rosebrongh, is this dav d^-nlved bv nvitusi consent. J L. Kane viù continue the bp.îinoe*, pay all diL-j and reciept f u all dues owing said linn. Dated Li vingstpn M. T., August 8th 1833. James L. Kane. Citas Rosebboug-u. Dost— $3 UcwaTtl. Between town and fret canyon, a Masonic em blem with part ef watch chain attached. If linder will return to Smith, Hagy &, Co. ho will re çoive the above reward. '■ mx * ggK ' ggrjLa i \]bj ANTED. —'J o iiifo, two poums wi'li saddler \ 7 for one wee k. Enquire at this otlice. ANTED.—AN ENTERPRISING YOUNG gentleman desires a situation, as clerk or book-keeperr Will work for reasonahlo salary. Enquire at this Office. F or sale—a housed .Gain street, also a bed AT TUE FOOT OF . , , . d room set and other household furniture, together with 52 yards of nearly new brnsuela carpet Enquiro at Mrs. Lyons' grocery store, Clark street, old town. F or rent—nicely furnished rooms by the day or week at Mrs. Haver's, on ß street, near Paddon'e blacksmith shop. F or sale or rent house on second street. Apply ut W. Hull's sample rooms, Mam street, NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all parties who srive dances at which liquors, wines or cigars are cold that they must hay a license of Ten Dollars. for each danco so given or they will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Such license must be paid in advance, before the danco commences, to tue undersigned at hia office in Livingston, M. T. GEORGE W. METCALF, Deputy Treasurer and Collector for Gallatin county. M. T. P. O'MEARA, "Boss" Tailor, New Building:, 1$ Street. Cutter and Fitter of Ladies' and Gents' garments. Altering, Cleaning and Repairing done in the best style at Reasonable Prices. BON-TON RESTAURANT. MSS. GEO. MAGEE. Proprietress. SECOND STREET, LIVINGSTON MONTANA. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Dining Room Neat and Inviting. The Table is well supplied with all the delicacies of the Season. Uf tarai J. A. Wolcott, Propr. Clark Street, Old Town. gPOPEN DAY AND NIGHT. The Table is Supplied with the Dost the Market Affords. F. H. LORI N G, Proprietor ot the GJ-IH.T EID GEE SAMPLE ROOMS. CHOICEST WINES. LIQUORS aM CIGARS. Princely .famished parlor room in connection. MAIN STREET. - Ell INGSTON. J. Xj. KZ^ISTH], PROPP.IE'fOK OF THE "BRUNSWICK" SAMPLE THE.FINEST Of Liquors and Cigars, Cincinnati, St. Louis and Muwaubeo Beer Constantly on Hand. A Iîoading Room in connection with the late papers always on file. MIXED DRINKSA SPECIALTY MAIN ST., LIVINGSTON. pOR RENT. One of the Best f . ' business Locations on Main Street. Store Fixtures. Ea^uire at*tbe Liringrtcin Bice Store. LOSEKAMP & BRO. i A 12 raawrf-3 A Having added some de sirable property to my the past desiring List during To Purchase WILL FIND IT TO THEIK INTEREST TO CONSULT ME. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. MAIN STREET, T- C@pexl3?% LIVINGSTON, M. T. pm Office over E. R. Dean & Co.'s I *. • , \ TO SEE RIVERSIDE ADDITION BEFORE BUYING YOUR RESIDENCE LOTS. Tourists Look W HEN YOU VISIT The National Park, Stop at the POST-OFFICE STORE, GARDINER, MONTANA, for Blankets, Groceries, Provisions and Everything you want. your !FL Jrx.. ■ I331L 3 B in-MU, nsg T MBg ' CD' • " V l* » ! -ItB ?** VUÆA KmnoHH ■ SOSTO^ oot & Shoe S •- ■ l* : ' V V. '• V ' Â Good Caff Boot for $2.50. Ladies'Shoes from $ Upw'ds. We have also in stock, a select line of GENTS PTJRNISinN tr GOODS. Firs AnITIv juTIE. Soots and Sîioes AüMnißsi! m C. Main St., üüsiîs Iks Baiit ■«n^ÉtPMwwMlc ;«g w aM n>m!.iii K iiiii <■<! ! ■ 1 —iii r i ; TacS§, • aM • Sprliri to order, Repairing Neatly Done. Oa.ll and s©3 ! tjls. • Co Livingston, Montana. FOR FIRST-CLASS JOB . PRINTING CALL AT THIS OFFICE. J. Schreiner & Sons wuukee, St. Louis and Chieagp Beor lUlko Billiard and fool Tables. Main Bl'tyti, They are also agents.for the $ Il Rrûnâvriak Livlngstan, Montana.