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"JillEOAD TIME TABLE.
V* Uß 7 AP.1UTK. i K . nfr * Vfiin ,r wflôt) .,#.11 .«jO p.m. »SI'S: sseais^ .......... ßeM >* R ^ ükpabt. ^ rptf** jgoinu west).;. ..... ..... .12:15 p. ni. . 1:25 p. ni. iî p. m. feç« h. <**g*SS '•;;::::::::.n;«â:m. pf"!! JA « 'J: 1 / ....... 6:45 a. m. f^î no. I--. ,. Ht/";;;........y.-ir, P . m. vreitf'- 1 1-, ii.iiroin'r ___ f irai'* ■it Livingston for meals. pake: branch. -r«»n*l ruct lon Wenartment. TRAINS NORTH STATIONS .1 i J" fl». m -• lfi>. ni »14- 1 hPJ iirsc-i'.a 1. au« • NO. 2. „ ni I ivinv'ft ( »n. 6:50 p. in.,12:20p ni • • .....,,,ir. 6:30 p. m.|12:00a ni . j., r jsi.in. 6:00 j>. in.jll :30a ni ('hi. korv. 5:t0p m. 10:40a m n-iil.-vs.* 4;20p.m. 0:50a ni ss ;;tll others second dass. OC AL LAYOUT .inset ILinloy of the Bank Ex adding a second story to <;ilc at tin* Livingston Hook Store, buildings weje moved Siil''i |; 8° M l'» rk8tIwt - v jitaoa Laniher (N.mpnay is still booming. ^company plnying "Uncle Tom's li,,- 1 ,:,s engaged Wetzsteines hall f , ;!m lii-t two evenings in October. K I , rr sr-kction ci' sheet music _ will be 'j*\v<* small •s L ** r <l<iy from the old town to G. II. tatvt r's lot on Main street adjoining iliu jM>st-offl r, e. . Miitliicssen'e three stores for fresh fruit d v(U*tal<l.'* <>I'all kinds, confectionery and Siry Judge BwilongJ-md I). K. Buchanan 1 , 1 t last mght for Bozeman to attend 8 lawsuit, in which the latter is plaint if ;in ,i the first named a witness. rinKfindlnir always on hand at the Montaua Haber Company. We have* received intimations that si.illcr skating rink will soon be es t.Mished in Livingston, if the ar arrangements are perfected full partie rims will be published in a day or tv.". Cal! at the Livingston Hook Store, lower Slim street for fancy stationery. \\\ K. Curry, formerly of the Gardi r»rfirm uf Curry & Whitby, left last lust night foi* the Pacific coast, where jie will look around for a time, and j.rohably return to Livingston to spend the winter. Theist canned fruits and sauces at Mrs. Lyons' 5!« grocer; J. D. Matheson of the Billings Post ail liis brother Walter of the Daily Herald who were among the Billings tr'j.resenlatives at the last spike cele kition stopped off at Livingston on kir return and w ent down the brunch visit some property owned by them m Emigrant Gulch. . er own native lumber is now coming from [> -nix and isut a superior quality. Call and see us I Ivfore baying. John Lisk yesterday purchased I tiiMiigh ,T. II. Eld r, the property up 1 1 1 which Cliezum & Brown's bowling I alley and gymnasium is situated. Mr. Lisk has purchased Mr. Brown's in testin the business ami it will here after he conducted under the name of I Chenmi &■ Lisk. hoy your fishing tackle at the Livingston I We Store lower Main street. Mrs. L, A. Vandyne, of New York, "ho last summer, without any com ! Nous, made a horseback trip from Livingston to the Park and return, is 1 111 Helena, whither she went from h*- • s; hc was awarded several prizes :i! the fair for a splendid display of f i ney me lie work, the product of her |wn lingers. U 1 ' tn, Lei i*k Hro., have just received a ^diipninitof fine custom made clothing ''N to anything imuh* by' any merchant u ' ,r '"rfit, stylcaud quality. He sure and ivl'i« 1 iem klore sei, diin*g east for your U'- railroad hospital now mai utain jH here by the construction depart put U likely to be taken and contin i^d permanently by the operating de 1 utment and if so Dr. Sabin will re ^»charge. We hope the report Cui rect for we would regret to see j^bin leave Livingston! ljU î trr i 11 Livingston is kept and Mietîu J.*, J • v . t ' r,f! ' 1,10 ,ark street grocer. ■*-h in laigcor small quantities. 0Tllv (,is l lay of liquors, bar flx !'p aud droiture, eto., at the Hele y (( 11 " ;is 1 laced on exhibition by v ,U " 1 ^^tzstein, of Livingston, aud tou ,ll0st cr oditabie to its owner, the " na '*l the fair. ! ' !,j idh for He received a di tlj fc the display and readily sold I 'Ceson exhibition before re m,1 K them. Tli 1 ^ iq Wiling to fade, j . U re,u,n( i er of a heating stove 'Wun.' re, a*e & Stuff hâve a fine ;jfl? Uox ; Butte, who years îft Ulin l ' ei,lia "as one of the 1,eld offlce in W '"* ls in town yesterday on H ViS,t * the p *rk. u w ha camped awhile in ni. ni. m. m. ni ni ni m the howling wihlerneis „l, 0 „t piesent Livingston, ami lmiit mac'i. naws for those who wished to leave the country by the river route. II. J. lVrigllt. of Shields river! Chas Wnglu. of Durand, j;ii !1( , is Mr,' C fI " ' ,X Mis c. C. Summers returned from the Park yesterday after an extended! visit, which they have fully enjoyed. This it* the season for fruits of «n i • i veyetabiea, and JtatthWsLS'i, »JS : ' ni! in Livmratun wan k,.,.,,, a full sSJt ,„uij tu any ol his three stores. k ot ,h ""- Oo An exchange says: Tiie rush of tourists for the Yellowstone Park during the past season has made business very dull at the seaside watering places and the summer re sort hotel keepers point to a balance on the wrong side of the ledger at the close of the season. uäÄts?*?: te£'?y d sow " Bre ""-' As appears by notice elsewhere, the young man Newton, who died at the hospital day before yesterday, will be burled this afternoon under Masonic auspices. This will be the first Ma sonic funeral in Livingston. It would seem fitting that there be a good at tendance, not only of members of the order, but of citizens generally. I awrence & Stuff arc daily receiving their winter supply of heating stoves. Landt & Hitter's delivery horse and wagon got frightened on Main street, } estei(lay, and started on the run. Just in front of thp postoffice the wagon struck a stick of building tim ber aud threw the driver down in iront of the wheels, which passed over him. He was not hurt beyond a few severe bruises, however. For a fine quality of tea, or good, pure coffee to the Star grocery store ou Clark street. Mrs. Lyons. The special train, eastward bound, on Sunday night had on board among others a large number bf passengers holding through tickets from Portland to St. Paul, with privilege of stopping off at Livingston. They left the train heieivnd went up the Park branch yesterday morning for a visit to Won derland. All through tickets on the Northern Pacific include this privi lege. What are the wild winds saying—only tlia* winter will soon be here, and that Lawrence & Stuff have received a large invoice ol heat ing stoves. W r m. II. Armstrong United States railroad commisioner who was one of the Viliard excursion party, returned to Livingston on Sunday evening and yesterday started in company with his friend Major Pease to visit the Clark's Forks mining district and it is very probable that before his return he will have become the owner of .valuable in terests in that locality, lfc is highly gratifying to notice visits of such men to our mining districts for they always produce practical results. Mulkern & Sherman of the Metropolitan bar, compound the best cocktail in Livings ton. Most of our citizens know Will Sullierlin, of the Rocky Mountain Husbandman, and will be glad to learn that he has been made happy m the silken bonds of wedlock. The marriage was celebrated verj quietly at Helena, last Thursday evening*and it was not until late next day that even Mr. Sutherlin's most intimate friends learned that the lady driven around town by him in a dashing turnout was his newly-wedded wife, nee Mrs. Settles. The Enterprise extends its hearties congratulations. Fine Gallatin valley potatoes wholesale und retail at Donovan's. * At the time of the presence iii Min neapolis of the Viliard party the Tribune issued and distributed a neat )y printed and substantially bound hand-book, which embodies a histori cal sketch of Minnesota generally and Minneapolis in particular, full refer ences to the business institutions of that city aud a guide to her neighbor ing summer resorts. It is really a valuable little book, and beside being of interest to the general reader, will assist in attracting attention to Min neapolis from those whose notice is valuable. « Those heating stoves of Lawrence & Stuffs are daisies. Call and see them. We have just received from W. H. Lyon of New York who was in Liv ingston a few weeks ago. a copy of the report for 1882 of the U. $- Board of Indian commissioners. For a govern ment repprt it is unusually interesting and embodies much valuable informa tion regarding the condition of the In dians throughout the Union. The re port of the purchasing commi ttee of which Mr. Lyon is chairman is very exhaustive and most earefuUy <»mP" «d aud bears evidence ui (bat diree to ! .' mUKM I I | door Vlews k ' ,n) & l>otk ' 5 ' li;ive l; tk* n. Of the decorations every part is as tion everything possible has been done to secure honest disbursement of the public monies. (Jo to the Metropolitan bar for a good cock tr.ii cv anything, in tue way ol drinks or cigars. J. H. Stanley, of Lisbon, I)akota. writes asking copies of the Entik niisii containing the account of the shooting and death of his son Ward, known in Livingston as Jim Stanley, lie says, among other tilings, t hat when his son went west from their home in Calumet county, Wisconsin, seven years ago, "he was a good, kind hearted hoy, free from bad hab its and respected by all that knew him. At the time he left I gave him good advice, that I always Wanted to hear a good report ol him, and to be a man wherever he was. He would have hem twenty seven years old had he lived till the (Eh of October.*' N. C. ]Matthie*scn lue just received a heavveon Pigmuent of California grapes, pears, i.-nion^, orane'e. apple ;, celery, tomatoes,cucumbers, fresh eggs, and California honey in the comb. Last Thursday and Friday, Kopp & Potier, the Main street photogr.»pliers, with commendable enterprise took nine different views of the depot and its decorations and of tlie Viliard ex cursion trains. Yesterday we were shown a number of the photographs as they are being issued, and consider them tlie finest set of the manv out clear an t <1 istiti *L in the picture as in llie original, while each person wbo.se face appears in the views is recogniza ble as easily as if lie alone bad been photographed. The many orders al ready taken for the scenes shows how they are appreciated. The Saginaw hunting club, of Sagi naw. Michigan, arrived here on Satur day by special car, and went down the Park brandi boon 1 for a visit to the Park and a hunting excursion through tho neighboring country. The follow ing gentlemen are in the party: Amas sa Rust, Sewell Avery, Levi Tillotson, Hugh Smith, X. W. Merrill, superin tendent of Saginaw Valiev & St. Loi; s railroad, T. A. Harvey, I). L. Eaton and son, Robert Burney, C. O. Saige, of Rochester, G. B. Morley, A. II. Mershon, W. B. Mersbon, Janies M Lang. M. Batman, Robert M Tviigh', Waldo Avery, Hon. W. N. Brown. Wilber Hill. Ti iey were accoinpani d by Traveling Agent Lord, ot tl o Northern Pacific, will be gone several weeks an 1 are intent on having a good time. The petition some time ago for warded to the county commissioners for the establishment of a county road from Livingston toward White Sul phur Springs was reported non est in ventus, when the board met last week. The only explanation skeined to be that it had been mislaid, and so no action was taken, and there is no present prospect of a county road up Shields river. The citizens of Liv ingston have opened their private purses and paid out $400 or $500 for the improvement of that road already, and it seems somewhat strange that so much trouble should be experienced in having that amount supplemented by an appropriation from the comity funds, to which Livingston abundant ly contributes. For Sale. A span of horses with new harness and wagon, tent, wagon cover etc . at white hoiiseS. E. of freight depot, Liviugsron, by O. E Morse. Notice. The undersigned being about to close busi ness in Livingston requests of ihr public— First—All parties who may have claims against us are requested to call and g've us a chance to settle before closing our books. 2nd. Parties owein g ns are requested to call ami pay up their accounts. 3rd. Parties holding our checks are re quested to present them to the bank lor pay ment. Kespectfully F. G. W ix st ox à Co For lient. A ho ise at the lower end of Main street two stories high containing eight rooms and finished in the best style throughout. Ap ply at the Post-Oifioe to F. W. Weight. $10 Reward. From Livingston on the aiglit ot Sunday the 12th inst. one brown iuar<$ pony with white füee ? white hind foot and scisors brand on lettshoulder A* liberal reward »'ill be paidtor tiie animais re tarn to J. H. Elduid^b. Livin^sion, Mont. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to ail parties who (tire dances at which liquors, wines or cigars are sold that they must pay a license of Ten Dollars. for each «i^w* so given or they will be prosecuted to the full extent at the law. Such license must bo paid in advance, before the dance, commences, to tne undersigned at his office m Lningstou, M. T. G SORGE I?. METCALF. Collector for QftU»tJa Deputy Treasurer Jtad iawMft It T. the i or ! a LUIVIBERILUMBERI I would respectfully announce that after a successful trade for the past three 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 Yellowstoue 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 line promptly. My motto is: "Live and Let Live." Be sure and call on me before buying and I will do you good. aO'U'G-I^lTO'U" L\szmi ■ POSTOFFICE T Wright & Bartlett, Props., Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints , Oils, Bocks, Stationery, Prescriptions carefully compounded day and night. Main street, Livingston. Ê^*W. E. YOUNG, M. IX, Trill ho found at the P. O. Drug Store night and day. rex r A i V I erchant I ailor. Suits made in tlie Latest Style, and a Sure Fit always guaranteed. Also dealer in Clothing. Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc. Livingston, Montana. H ourists Look Here W HEN YOU "VISIT* The National Park, Stop at the POST-OFFICE STORE, GARDINER, MONTANA, for your Blankets, Groceries, Provisions and Everything you want. ini. . 2 -L. Sell. . BOSTON Boot & Shoe Store A Good Calf Boot for $2.50. Ladies' Shoes from $1 Upw'ds. We have also in stock, a select line of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. FMim ' TaoM- 3 , and gprtini Bools, Repairing Neatjy Done* Fire Am, Boots and Shou^ L3H nn IVlado to order. OsU.1 and see ms. C. IEL Toners Co. Mail SL Ojpoie me M. Livingston, Montana FOR FIRST-CLASS JOB PRINTING CALL AT THIS OFFICE. J. Schreiner & Sons « WHOIjEIS-AXjE LIQUOR DEALERS! Carrv a heavier and morecurefnlly selected stock of Wine«, Liquor* and Cif are than any firm in'Eastern Mon ana, consisting.of Domestic and Imported' Wine*, Whiskies and Brandies, Jamaica Rum, HMlamVUlu, over y descrip Jon of Hitter*, Aleand Porter, Mil waukee, St. Louis and Chicago Beor. They are also agents for the J M. Brunswick aa4 Balke Billiard and Pool Tables. _ .. Main Street, Uvinnaton. Montana.