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A mute. <' west'. At!» 11 1 .( 0 ' J.ivin AÜ ! _____11:59 p.m. ] :55 p. m. 5:.V) a. in. 6:3ö p. in. ____1-2:15 p. m. .... 1:35 p.m. .... 2:00p.m. i'............11:45 a. m. I.*'.......... 6:15a. m. ............. 9:15 p. in. rou for meals. ^rpioiUL PASS BEANCH. ■ ,.^rliv-Consîi action Department. r **„Vö» f:W* So#. 1- ar - a "■ TI1AINÖ MOBTU I STATION*. 3 1 NO. 4. j NO. 2. .ni! Livingston. ! in; rie M/îir. m brifeffin. i ! m ('hickory, .in Daileys. 6:50 ]). hi. i 12:20p m 6:30 j». in. 112:00a m 6:00 p. ni.jll:3t)a m 5:10p m. 10:40am 4:20p.m. 9:50 a in • irst-clasa ;all others ßecond class. m It« p f iDt ? VTeiriek's, Park street. local layout and oils at Douglas & Edwin Curd, J. Rickenbaugh and Isaac Mo., came in from the Curd, °( Fulton Purk last cicaiug Gallatin county last year produced < 30,000 worth of the gold and silver pro duct of .Montana. q h bright, of the Enterprise, left terduy for a visit to Gardiner and 3 lamuv>t!i Hot Springs. Af.no lot of Chamber and Parlor suits just re ceiv'd at i- A. Kreijjer a. Charles Auceney, of this county, is driv ing 800 cattle through from Idaho to sup plement his present same number. herd of about the Rev. B. F. Shuart, a former Billings clergyman, now occupying a dairy ranch near that town, went east to-day from a visit to the western towns. McBr&jer '70 whisky at Fowlic'a. The report is current that a party of surveyors are at work laying out a town site about two miles this side of Gardiner as the terminus of the Park branch. Particular attention given to prescriptions at the Park Street I'harmacj. Douglas A Weirick Among Park ward bound travelers now in town are Chus. Spear, Mrs. P. McCor mick, Mrs. W. Bracken, Mrs. J. A. King and Miss Ella Ilicox, all of Junction City F. D. Dibble, of Fargo, manager of Farnsworth A Wolcott's real estate busi ness in that town, is a guest at the Bruns wick Hotel. He leaves to day for the Park. Fin. Arncll, one of the proprietors of the Headquarter's Hotel, Lisbon, Dakota, und friend of Drew B. Allen, is paying a visit to the booming town of the Ycllow stone Finostationery, blank hooka and fancy goods ta Douglas £ Weirick's, Park street. C. A. Roberts, wife and three sons, Miss Fannie Holliday and W. A. Roberts, all of Fargo, came down from the Park last evening and will return homeward to-day. They may be found at the Livingston. Lawrence & Stuff have for sale stoves of every (ifptriptiun, and will warrant to suit purchasers in both style and price. They have also lull line of puerai hardware. The dense cloud of smoke l\y which tlie atmosphere is obscured and the staong smell of burning vegetation indicates that tires are raging in the brush aud prairie grass somewhere not a great many miles away. Souvenir Albums of the National Park just re oe;ved at Douglas & Weirick's, Park street. A rumor was in circulation a few days ago that Henry Villard had failed. It proved untrue upon investigation, and he will still hold his firm grasp ujkui North cru Rucitic aud other northwestern railroad stocks. Railroad tickets bought and sold at the Brewery 1 *«adqua"ters. P. Flannery. Choice cigars at Douglas & Wcirick'a. T S. Applegate, of the Adrian Michi f an Hines, returned from the Park Thurs ( f* v ami made us a pleasant call. Mr. Applegate is accompanied by his wife W1( ' H wit! 1 Air. W. B. Thompson's party, * 10 8° to Helena and will return home by the Union Pacific. the disappearance of the high peaks wliich Tiie present period of warm weather is S;i 'u to l»e causing [he snow from" [»order the b !! t kavc the mountain tops : 1 ' c cked with the snowy patches, I j uc 0 f covered with white caps os be u ppcr valley. It will not take Tv ^ 0w Uthotim lle f y 1)0b <*ro but »few days is th„ y ... uerg out a iew ciaya MboUym nri n<J tu ^ i0ur l>*riora with pictures priLttS - (W 1 wk M^!* R0C v kand J ' A * M c3Iartin, of Livi«,,> 011, w * 10 have been visiting thr« 1 neks' Park <krin 2 ,h " P a9t Carry , .t'," 1 8° east lu a or two r of thief " lul ^ le,u ®uch goldeu opinions toain J, Unt 7 88 bring them back v.;.i ., lü( luee many others to come *®l> tlicrn. x. ]) t ^ n<1 ''' Cl ^^ e the compliments hii\ 0 ( )tl ^r ry ', J n Cï; * G c; n t, a ticket of ad U :. ' 1,1 ,lle hoard of eStoa - Tlieoffi in Trade rooms at 1 f *• " " lc ' er3 aud members of g are live " ch, e b Us i, representatives of $trir!«s'V' ftinesi c °uiLiuaity, whose U P a ffreat our^.p 1 ' '' J bue. We expect to U * OQicifi. we expect K M d s: , i the !' rivi let. ! >y the ticket.— Avant no^l^Z mdG l^ d «* «M ni C g upon Johi ^• K j 1 of ^ trepan-1 openingin his cnest sized catheter was cavity wliich was so found, however. The under the influence of into wliii inserted, iif ht for 'a a j The was n iige ])US not Fßrniere, If you wan' y ^ in 1 i - i" i \ pi emeu ts of all Lind!;, cal' Stuff, Main street. It was considered ndv : , lust two eights to put an ter of precaution tlian f; sily. There was a strong 3IcFarland, ami among talk of lynching was not went no further than i to-duv. ifiv Ut \v. -3 piac ,1 . U oatheli-j. 3 for t ; *J rc.vs ICi l. ht t u'd /'.;»• p Tnovrp —'.uni i; ,Sr ? a upori Lawrenc« uJ Ic <!■ iC extra force < '• a — more :io a i:k 'oui act: ai fee;!-a :■ again S v ' a ccrt. .i:i "cl;: uoeom n >n, i>; It -icre ta Ik. r i'I 10 til3 COt uty ja ii Call at the Gilt Edge 'for "L'tOsg Ch' " "£a*ro las Rosas" Cigars. ' ~ 1 ' end On the 14th the presidential pirty were encamped at the forks of Wind livJr and intended to remain there a whole day. When they left there they were to take with them sufficient supplies to last them through the remainder of their journey, as that was the last supply camp. They were in a hue game country, and at the time the dispatch was sent* the whole party were out hunting. James Stanley's funeral will take place this afternoon about 2 o clock— or alter ! the arrival of the train from the west. | which will bring from Bozeman a large number of friends. The funeral arrange ments are in charge of F. W. Draper. The pall-bearers will be P. S. Robison*, T. S. Haverly, 31 r. Locke, 3Ir. Murray, J. T. Lilly and Frank Loring. The procession will be headed by the Opera House brass band. General Anderson's private "Montana," went west yesterday car, tin* bearing that gentleman and Henry Thompson. John L. Davenport, and Garret H. Smith, commissioners appointed to inspect fifty miles of the Northern Pacific. AY. Ftz hugh Smith, of New York, a relative of Walter Ayrault, of Livingston, and R *v. 31 r. Dickey accompanied the party and they will all return here on Saturday for a trip to the National Park. i Yesterday, before D. H. Budlong, act ingcoroner, a jury was empanelled which, after viewing the remains of James Stan ley, and hearing the evidence relating to his death (which has been already pub lished) returned a verdict "that the said James Stanley was a native of AVisconsm. aged twenty-seven years, and that he came to his death on the 16th day of August from a gun-shot wound received at the hands of Walter C. McFarland, in tentionally, on the night of the 11th or the morning of the 12th of August, 1886, at Livingston, in the county of Gallatin, Montana." It was signed by J. P. Nolan, J. II. McNamara, A Lawrence, Jr., Isaac Orschel, F. A. Kreiger, and Wm. Wright, jruors. Judge Boyne, Northern Pacific land agent at Bismarck, and one of the oldest land agents in the employ of the road, is visiting Livingston, Und after a stay of a day or two will make a trip into the Yellowstone Park, and perhaps across the divide into Bozeman and Helena. He is very much pleased with Livingston, and says that from railroad aid alone we are bound to have a good town here. The shops at this point, lie says, arc larger than any on the line of. the road except at Brainerd, aud from the nature of their location at the 'base of the mountains, must always em ploy a greater force of men than any where on the road except at the terminal points. Opinions coming from such a man as Judge Boyne are entitled to the highest consideration. Though the number of tourists who have passed through Livngston this season en route to the Park has been very large, it is said that fully as many have entered by the western border, coming by w ay of the Utah & Northern railroad and Beaver Canyon. Great numbers of visitors have come from California, Colorado and Utah, and have all come by the western route. Beside these, there has been no inconsiderable number from western Mon tana who have preferred to travel the old route rather than come by way of the Northern Pacific. As the season advances, however, those going in by way of Living ston are in a majority, and though the western entrance will l>e patronized more or less by tourists from the southwest, tiie brauch railroad will in future be traveled practically all visitors to the Park. It is with much surprise and regret that we learn of the firm of Schreiner & 3 oqs wholesale liquor dealers of Bozeman and Livingston, being involved in financial difficulties, aud with an equal amount of satisfaction that we receive the assurance that the trouble is only temporary. An assignment has been made to John Lnfives & Co., distillers of St Louis, but this >y would not have involved the suspension of the firm had not Kelson Story, the Doze man banker, placed the business under attachment to secure a debt owed to him. The Liviug^ton house will continue with out closing up, and it is Ixv.cved ta.it ail liabilities of the firm w.U bo settled and business resumed. We are nssijrcd t.iat m firm has credit sufficient to tule .t over ail difficulties. J. Scbremer & S-ns were anions our m.Bt popular snd sqnarc-dcab î„w wholesale bouses «» we sboffid g.-eat ÎVgret seeing them withdraw from the field and trust that as announced the em barrtjSfi ?r pn t is ooi^ temporary* A gentleman from the Park says that notices arc posted up around the Hotel n ! at Mammoth Hot Springs forbidding anv ! one to ihre trains or conveyances of any ! kind within the boundaries of the Park ! except when the rargaiu is w ilîi Yvake fi fid & II.' ffman die i iroprieto y-i of the s uige line Th eyes :u oimd the h >: fi are ai 30 C a refill to disco orage any l te nipt to act c< >ntrary to the si) irit of the ? 11 !:.d. Tl »is ii f'j be accord ng to the p rov Lions '.lid u: iul.ge embed .cd in the !.. :o-e to t!: Park Imprt cement company ft nr it look. as i f Slldl a rule st r urgently cs LOiYfd m !g:it l v ''oino a iiartlsl ii}) to the •V anaral }K! die. Vde fe: r there v vill, from r ir.e t > ii.n V, dev alop tin mselves incidents ' o ' ;i is ti l urc o f Hie P ark tkat will ere a. vride >p; a:.d d .-satis. • etiou. r Hie terms t>. tin: teas a to J late'i Dud liis issociates ;n ■e not alto gaine • ia acct on lance .vitli jiub i: a desire, : rid if any a;r lea.rance of an at tempt is made to exceed those privileges there will be no lack of angry comment. th< IJ. W. Alderson, of Bozeman, was in Livingston last week, and seems to have pat his visit to good use in taking a close survey of the town * in all its details. Upon his return home ho wrote for the Courier a most practical, and ii' not strict ly llattering, at least truthful sketch of Bozeman's sister town of the Yellowstone. The article comprises a classified list of t!ie business houses; an account of the better class of buildings, complete and in course of erection; and seme reference to lv.iiroa/i shops ! '"The town is truly boomm | that, though few of the realize it." Business i but all expect it to b: In conclusion he says: and lively at residents seem to reported as good, much better, and constantly improve for the next two years at least. Good resiliences are very few, nearly all the money being in business and business structures. The lots' on which the town is built were purchased from the railroad company on time, and but few deeds have as yet been made." ."GfETSrj »fxvmsn rsvn n* . ivrrk-i Notice o' Dissolution. Notcc is hereby gi"ca that J. L. Kane and Char, lioctbrougb, doing business under the lirai name i of Kano & RodOhroagh, this day dissolved hy muta .I coiu ent. J. L. Kano will continue the business, pay ail bills and recicpt for ail dues owing said lirai. Dated Livingston 21. T., August Sth 1333. Ja;, ms L. Kaxe. Chah Rosebuoucu. Liosi—$5 Ecwanl. Eetwoou town and first canyon, a Masonic em blem with part of watch chain attached. If linder will return to Smith, Hagy & Co. he will re ceive the above reward. TMTANTED.—AN ENTERPHIS/NG YOUNG V'? gentleman desires a situation, as clerk or hook-keeperr Will work for reasonable sal: Enquire at this Cilice. ry. SALE—A HOUSE AT THE FOOT OF JL Main street, also r. bed room set :m<l other household furniture, together with 52 yards of nearly new hrussehs carpet Enquire at Mrs. Lyons' grocery jstore, Clark street, old town. ■jpOIt KENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS by the day or week at Mrs. Ilaver's, on 13 street^ near Paddon's blacksmith shop. F or sale or rent street. Apply al W Main street, -HOUSE ON SECOND Hull's sample rooms, NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all parties who give dances at which liquors, wines or cigars are sold that they must pay a license of i en Dollars. for each dance so given or they will be prosecuted to the full entent of the law. Such license must be paid in advance, before the dance commences, to tne undersigned at his office in Livingston, M. T. GEORGE W. METCALF, and Collector for Gallatin Deputy Treasurer county, Yl. T. P. O'MEARA, "Boss" Tailor, New Euildinjr, H Street. Cutter and Fitter of Ladies' and Gents' garments. Altering, Cleaning and Repairing done in the best sti le ät Reasonable Prices. OYSTEE BAY ILIiiJi if?, T.TATTI SHEET,. IOTI 56 ET 05 , M. x. rVleais at iii Hours. The Table is Supplied with the Best the Kaiket Abords. LIBERAL. TERMS TO WEEKLY GUESTS THIBADEÂU & EDM®. Frepfe pOR RENT. One of the Best business Locations on rtfain Street. pOR Store Fixty Enjnite at thclivla jîtcc Sk* Store. bOSEKAMP & BRQ. am RUB LUMBER! LUMBEfH I would respectfully announce that after a successful trade for the past thiee months, that I am STILL IN THE FIELD, And with my increased facilities am prepared to furnish Lumber at Whole sale or Retail, at prices that cannot be beat in the Yellowstone Valley. I carry as complete a stock of EASTERN LUMBER, SASH, MOULDINGS, DOORS, BLINDS, BUILDING PAPER, . As can be found in the town of Livingston. I can furnish anything in the Native Lumber lino promptly. My motto is: "Live and Let Live." Be sure and call on me before buying and I will do you good. Ui^T^3P| namadi O- O ü 3 a- 3HE 3^T. O TT 23 CESS ZMBMHnfti wbbbwb— ragan —bp mm — * ■ arasa «sss g pan a hhh aoB—ggg —i mtoatmmxm Bro v (! w preparing to remove into; tiieir new brick store on Park: streets and will continue to sell, goods at greatly reduced prices. ourlsts Look Here WHEN YOU "VI The National Park, I T Stop at the POST-OFFICE STORE, GARDINER, MONTANA, for your Blankets, Groceries, Provisions and Everything you want. jR. .A,. Bell. BOSTON . loot & Shoe Store ! Â Good Calf Boot for $2.50. Ladies' Shoes from $1 Upw'ds. AYe have also in stock, a select line of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. 3 V\ùm fn Fir-o Ans. Aiimüoii, mm ïaciio, m sir™ Boots and Shoes IVSade to order. Repairing Neatly Done.. C^SLil cE^XUCi "ULS3. G. 2 >. Tcwsais cs Co. Maill St., OpiMla tîlG M, Livingston, Montana.. FOR FIRST-CLASS CALL AT THIS OFFICE. chreiner & Sons WHO DEALERS! Carry a heavier and nur?c3??fuiy Wine«, TJnnors Cip.r* llir.iv. ftrni in Hus'rn: Mon ;>n- . ofDom^iic fttul l:iV»o»tfd Yv hu.*. Whiski. « JliTJid!0?i, Jqratdc-; Itniu. Hi.: w.;ukg*x f.u Lmiis bud f li tg.co lie or. Biiiks Lli'Ukrd a:.d Pool Tables. '«very »L**orirüoa oi' rbUer», AI-*nud i'ori'-r. lU'y. TL r y arc also ugmi» for the J M. Liuoswkk ia;< Main Street, Livingston,