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Msiguire is in town for aS (ayofofow days. . n- c., V orro & Sons are npents foj>tfré ' \v A v York tailors, Devlin & Co. f " r 'l vcaii immense line of samples, will 'C' -, i, f itsincami furnish a suit to your ■ • fj'i, y guarantee satisfaction. CT'li i • 1 - - ]))JI0 t tail to hour Maggie Stewart Vl , 1)(j housc this evening inWetzstein's I *i n ji ;*»• ,, i„-«i hotter in Li v hunt on is kept and Mr-. I, vous, the Clark street grocer. i a (; ii in' large or small quantities. , ;lli;CS Ennis the saw-mill man re- . yesterday after it visit to Miles t t V iuid oilier towns down the road. - i. : tnf'season for fruits of all kinds, and ar id Mattliiopsen is the only man ! i;, -'io! w.io keeps a full stock ot them. Go j,7uy<ii liis three stores. W. II. Fi ve, of Frye & LeRoy, has -„ne to Helena on legal business eon with his defence of Bauers and Fisher. r srim a, if von want the host make of mowers, ..',7 lifrù'.'tirur machinery and airrimltural im ;hit- ot ail kinds, call upon Lawrence & mS, Man street. A late issue of the Northern Pacific railroad Journal contains an exquisite view of the Yellowstone river near Livingston. Railroad tickets beucht and sold at the Brewery IkiKkuaiters. P. Flannery. Johnny McMahon who shot Riley in the leg was surrendered by his bonds* iren yesterday and sent to Bozeman jail to await trial. Anything in the lino of dry goods or cloth ; will be sohl by C. W. Savage & Sons at $; ] J au\prices. 'Give them a call. Dr. A. II. Mitchell, member of the Id tori al council from Deer Lodge Minty, passed through Livingston on 7 wav to the National Park. r. IV. Savage & Sons have just received a large stock of carpetings of all kinds, which Ç will sell at St. Paul prices; also ladies' collars in great variety that are warranted to please. Rev. L. R. Brewer, Episcopal Bish op of Montana will hold service this evening in Bingham's hall. Bo not siiss the opportunity of hearing him. 0« t pome uf Donovan's fine creamery butter, just reemed. Mr. Davenport yesterday secured a lot on lower Main street through J. II. Elder and will soon erect a building thereon, to be fitted lip with furnished I rooms. I Fur a fine quality of rr-a, or cood, pnro coffee, |M.) the ütj- grocery store on Clark street. Mrs. I tjroas. Elmira Clark and Roger de Lisle of putliainpto'.i, England, and AV T m. Nel |*on of New York, are prominent ar rivals at the Livingston on their way |b the Park. I.awronco A StofT liavp for sale stoves of every I, A^F'ion. and will warrant to suit purchasers in l r ' R tvlc unit price. Thev have also full line c|f |f fn "rai hardware. three days'work will complete the F'k branch. It has been delayed by li( 'k of iron, but yesterday a quantity drived and will be sent forward to phplete vi ,e road immediately. three stores for fresh fruit 'f" °^ <a ^ kinds, confectionery aiul Luddutli and A. E. Ludduth ^Bloomington, Ills. L. E. Montgom | n - <u "i L. S. Montgomery of Helena, a, u)]iin; U iied by two ladies, formed a ' ll ; "i* 0 returned from the Park yes j Pr a y b y private conveyance. ^ reen doers it cost at ^ Goucnsoru's. •?* ( liarnbers lias his hardware ln ° !l ^ 0, it half way upon its new ,Uon on M; iin street and if no mis «uni nu mi» I y 0t 0,11 s 'vill get it in place to-day. L e !?> lL ' VHS sided before being Pi'l flank p eeU tUe buildln S s which I Oti* u" 11 * w-iuof ,s D ow ™rainç from I " l Jerior quality, call ami see us Ljl j", Holcomb of the C , Living K i,ï0 1,US relurned *° l^reoae 11 ® w " inspecting sur ""'• c8 %oiot,!» and uistrict knd re P°rtstliftr» uttlie northwest and tion i Veil m" g( * neral! y in good condi ^siness. au< I doing a lar^e tTb,' Mrs. Lyras', AY right & Hendry, of the Livingston Enterprise, have purchased the X.v TiONAL Park Pioneer of W. B. Knight, and will continue its weekly issue. The gentlemen are good news paper men-better than Mr. Knight— and have the best wishes of the Cour ier for abiding success.—Courier. Eck^r ^ ational Pari ci 2 ar is for eaie at the Gilt lhe Pioneer Press has learned from the officers of the Northern Pacific at. St. Paul that T. C. Armitage has been appointed train dispatcher of the Park branch. Air. Armitage has been filling that position under the con struction department, and Ins reten tion by the operating department is RTost proper, though by no means the rule, in railway management. The head of an extinct species of rhinoceros and two vertebrae of a large fossil saurian in an excellent state of preservation were found in the bank of Yellowstone lake near the camp of W. A. Tor wood, surgeon to the president. Of course they are liable to be the bones of buffalo or elk but be considers them a great prize just the same. Among the guests at the Merchants are Prof. J. B. Butler and George E. Bryant of Madison, Y\ r is. J. P. Sehoda r and Chas. Fitzner of Brownsville, Minn B. F. Spauiding and wife, of Fargo, Tlios. Ilogg and TYm. Wallace of Scotland, Mr. Swift of Chicago; E. A. Strange, of Butte and G. A. Worth of San Francisco. They all returned from the Park last evening. The best butter in the town at Donovan's. The last fifty miles of track was put down on the Northern Pacific in less than twenty days, beating the time set by the engineer three days. Nine miles and three hundred feet of track was laid on the finishing day before 3 o'clock, or at the rate of twelve or thirteen miles for a full day's work^ This beats the Canadian Pacific all to pieces. Montana Lumber Compnay ie still booming. II. L. Boon of New Y"ork, agent for that staunch and popular company the Equitable Life Insurance society, ar rived in town yesterday and will pro ceed to canvas the town, lie has been doing a good business elsewhere along the line and hopes to be as suc cessful here. He is accompanied by bis brother, of Austin, Texas and the two will visit the Park before leaving this part of Montana. Lime and hair always on hand at the Montana Lumber Company. Luigi Gleck and Giacomo del Sarto, two Italian gentlemen of wealth from sunny Naples, are stopping at the Liv ingston hotel. They will take a drive through the town and its environs to day and then go on their way to the National Park. This is another pre cinct heard from among the concourse of Park tourists. Italy had failed to represent thus far during the season. The best canned fruits and sauces at Mrs. Lyons' Star grocery. Allen Bros., come out in this issu with an advertisement of the new town of Chicory situated in the beau tiful agricultural bottom now becom ing famous under the name ot Para dise valley. Chicory will bean im portant station on the Park branch and in the natural order of things should grow rapidly to become a pios perous town. The Northern Pacific own half the tovvnsite and with thcii aid to the energy of Allen Bros, who control the other half, Cuicoiy is bound to be more than a .paper town. Clermont is the name of a new sta tion on the Northern Pacific, eight miles this side of Pompey's Pillar; Rapids is made a station thirteen miles west of Park City; Mountain Side, Chestnut and Fort Ellis are made stations between the summit oi the divide and Bozeman; Belgrave and Central Park are established between Gallatin and Townsend; Carlton, the station at Canyon creek, is re-christ ened Laurel, and Dornix will hereafter be known by the old name, Big r l im ber. The following item is going the rounds of the press.— -The Yellow stone National Park branch of the Northern Pacific Railway is now com Dieted to Cinnabar, fifty miles sont« of Livingston, and will be open for bus. ness September 1st-, after "h"- * a SJü-aS.»« «m-« ïÂsrrï within the Park. There have been enough false impressions about the Park without continuing to pile them up. Owing to the lack of general adver tising, Maggie Stewart-'Woodhouse's entertainment set for Wednesday even ing was attended by but a few persons and to these the money taken for tickets was refunded. She kindly gave a short exhibition of her ability as a reader, however, and those present felt that by it they would have been fully repaid the price of admission. By their urgent request, added to that of other citizens, she has consented to appear this evening in Wetzstein's hall for a full entertainment. She is able to show a great list of most bat tering press notices from metropolitan papers, and it cannot be doubted that she is a great elocutionist. Those wiio fail to attend this evening will miss a rare intellectual feast. Prices of admission, adults, SI; children half price. G. X. Mellon, a real estate agent of Bismarck, and John Leasure, also of Dakota's capital, drove into town to day, and are lodged at the Livingston. They have been making a tour of the Judith and Musselshell valleys for the purpose of looking up a stock range, and have driven 600 miles. Seven years ago one of them was over the same ground and found it then almost an uninhabited country, and as a mat ter of precaution when they left lien ton they supplied themselves with a camping outfit and enough groceries to last during the entire trip. But they brought it into Livingston un touched. To their surprise, they found the whole country settled with pros perous and hospitable ranchmen, who were glad to accommodate them with food and lodging. Air. Leasure will leave to-day for Park, while his companion will return directly to Bis mayek. /The Enterprise contained an ac count some time age* of the difficulties which had overtaken the town of Maiden and the surrounding mining distri *t from the fact that they were included in the Maginnis military reservation. An order lias been issued from the war department, ordering all intruders off the reservation, and as its execution was imminent, immedi ate action was necessary. A. M. Esler and C. W. Gardner, two representative men of the town, were sent to the Na tional Park to lay the matter before President Arthur and Secretary Lin coln, and to ask a suspension of the order until such time as congress could be petitioned to reduce the mili tary reserve. They passed through Livingston a few days ago on their re turn from the Park, having accom plished their errand, and bearing an order from the president and the sec retary of war, suspending execution of the order until July next. $10 Re-tràrd. Lost on the streets yesterday, an account hook containing a small sum ot money and papers oi no value to any one save the sub scriber. I will pay the above reward for its return. D. Hoffmann. For Kent Cheap. Nc'vly built residence, in best part of town ; or will sell on reasonable terms to suit purchaser. Apulv at once at First National Bank to l\v* FRED WARD, Taken X'p. c .'rr.fi to the re? '.iencc of t :e 1';. clercie ned • i n the î'ello.v-lone y; .Hoy hir e ;nih-=< e:Ud" of Dig Tir dmr, o:i -r ah out July 2 ira, 1 - b on e b ack ma re male, '••raaù .* ! S T on le I f ulioiild or, and dr a k-Jrm a rope ti % Vi II v.'-ig. a Vmt eiovt * un dre l poiini. i. i In o.vuer is r-ipuu eed O > prove pm pi-rty, pay cb:u ge.- a;«litu.-a t m: tv ROM limiii. RT C ON, Big Timber. Ul) Knvüiil. From Livinrrr-tou on tu • night of Sr.u.lay the 12th iiitb. one brown mure pony v* ith wait * face, white hind foot and seisorä brand on bvttehov.kief A liberal reward will be pahitor the animais re turn to J. Ii. EimniooK- J.iviagsion, Mont. •yr .r\ rvyh -r t Notice is hereby given to all partie? who give dance* at which liquors, wines or eigara ale acid that they iunst pay a license of Ten Dollars. for each dance so given or they will be prosecuted to the full estent o£ the law. bach license must be paid in. advance, liefere the dance^ continences, to tha under signed at nib oSice iu Livingston, AI. T. GEORGE Y T . METCALF, Deputy Treasurer ami Collector for Galla tin county, SI. T. METROPOLITAN SAMPLE BOOM, Main Street, Livingston. Fine Bar and Fixtures. Choicest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. FANCY DRINKS A Specialty. * MULKEUN & SHERMAN, Props. !!■■! I II II Ifl I IT ERfLUtVtBER! 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," ÈSASH,0 ; MOULDIN GS, DOORS, BLINDS, BUILDING PAPER, As can be found in the town of Livingston. I can furnish anything in the Native Lumber line promptly. My motto is. "Live and Let Live." Be sure and call on me before buying and I will do you good. s. . Orsche! Bro., Are preparing to remove into i store on Park their new iricl street and will continue to sell goods at greatly reduced prices. tSCTTi fourists Look Here. W HEN YOU VISIT The National Park, Stop at the POST-OFFICE STORE, GARDINER, MONTANA, for your Blankets, Groceries, Provisions ancl Everything you want. IFL. .A.. Bell. v waa■ r c»r. nw s et m—M wa— KiLlij'j pgai oot BOSTON Shoe. Store Good Calf Boot for $2.50. Ladies 5 Shoes from $1 Upw'ds. We have also in stock, a select line of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. Fire Arm Ammanilioa, FisMm Tat Boots and Shoes Made to order. Repairing Neatly Done. Oa.Il arrcL seeus. CL 23 - Xo-vT'ers ds* Co. Main St, Opposite tic ' Livingston, Montana. FOE FIRST-CLASS G B NG CALL AT THIS OFFICE. chreiner & Sons WI^OÎ-iEB-^JLiE LIQUOR DEALERS! any ^. Brandies waukee. St. toi« and Chicago Beor. They are ahto agents for tho J M Brunswick and Baike Billiard ^hd Pool Tabieä. • \ 0 . Ä-: Main Street : 1 « Montana.