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Une of the Boys.
Aurora has a little jackass that enjoys
a drunken spree and will drink liouor
until his ears can no longer wag. Wliiie
under the influence of wine or whisky
he will perform many amusing tricks.
One day a number of Bodieit- s visited
Aurora. After drinking all they could
convt n ently carry, the itodieites turned
their attention to the jack. He was es
corted into a saloon and the champagne
ordered. The jack took his "medicine"
like an old-timer. After the second
quart had disappeared the animal be
came frisky and wanted more. He tried
to climb upon the bar, and when intim
idated he displayed a bad temper by
kicking a county official in the abdomen
and biting a lawyer's leg. Not until he
had drunk a pint" of whisky did the in
temperate jack quiet down. In the
morning he was found stretched out
near a deserted building. A.cocktail re
vived him, and lie was ready for another
"run with the boys."— Bodie (Cal.)
Free Press.
The Result of Ambition.
Competition is the soul of trade. A
case like the following, which happened
in an obscure village in Westphalia, de
serves to be mentioned for its original
ity, strikingly illustrative of the above
axiom. The Selectmen of said village
proposed to give to the lowest bidder
the privilege of cleaning the school
house and making the fires in the same
during one calendar year, a privilege
for which the incumbent had hitherto
been granted the round sum of 1 2
marks per annum. This year a com
petitor came forward, and, af r er re
peated underbidding, finally offered to
do the work "free gratis for nothing."
Unwilling to be ousted, the party "in
office" thereupon actually agreed to pay
1 mark into the village treasury—nay,
went up to 2 marks, but in the end
was overbid by the persistent office
seeker, who offered to pay 2 maries CO
pfennig" for the incalculable privilege
of cleaning and making the lires in tlio
school-house .—American Beg is 1er.
He Couldn't Stand It.
"My son," said a solicitous mother to
her wayward 10-year-oJd, "I want you
to be a good boy or you will go to tho
bad place and remain there forever." %
"Do they keep shingles and slippers
there?"
"No. of course not, Johnny; they
would bo burned up in such a terrible
place in no time."
"Well, then, ma, I guess I can stand
it," and-tho boy slid gently iut-o.n cush
ioned chair with a slight contortion of
the face as though there was a tender
spot about his nature somewhere which
his mother could get at .—Toledo A nier -
ican. ___
Cookery in Dixie.
We state positively that most of the
cooks in the South to-day are ignorant
of the elementary principles of t'uo
culinary art, and that they are either
too stubborn or too stupid to b» 1 in
sructed. A practical brauch of cookery,
taught by an expert would be a valuable
addition to our public-school system.
What is the use of a cook who read?
novels and does not know how to broil
steak or make soup palatable ? —
Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle.
NDERSON & BORLAND,
BLACKSMITH.
Jol) work ftud. kOtfV.ru uu.\n»u 1.1 u.u^. uouro
promptly and to order. Wagon and Carriage shop
ia connection.
oral blacksmithlng done
Wagon and Carriage ehe
B street, Livingston, M. T.
F. H. LORING,
Proprietor ot the
GILT E3DOB
SAMPLE ROOMS.
CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS and OMRS.
Princely famished parlor room in connection.
MAIN STREET, - LIVINGSTON.
Delmoio Restaurant,
J. A. Wolcott, Propr.
Clark Street,
Old Town.
ffrOPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
R. C. Griffith,
FOR
BLACKSMITHING.
He makes a specialty of horse shoeing. Wagon
shop in connection, and job work of all kinds
neatly and promptly done. Shop at the lower
end of MainStreet.
The Table is Supplied with the Best
the Blanket Affords.
METROPOLITAN
SAMPLE BOOM,
Main Street,
Livingston.
FIrilBar and Fixtures. Choicest of
Liquors and Cigars.
FAJÎÇY PRINKS
A Specialty.
mtXKHM A »(»1
Montana Lumber
COMPANY.
officers:
0
W. C. Edwards, Prest., St. Paul, Minn.
J. R. Hathaway, Vice-Prcst., Billings.
C. A. Wustcm, See. and Treas., Billings.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Lumber ! !
LATH,
SHINGLES,
MOULDINGS,
SASH,
DOOPS,
WINDOWS,
Building Paper, Etc.
YARDS AT
Billings and Livingston.
F. L. MINTIE,
Manager Livingston Yard.
J. MURRAY,
DEALER IN
Wines and Liquors
Fine
Imported and
me stie
Do
GARS
Second Street,
LIVINGSTON,
M. T.
FRED W. DRAPER,
PROPRIETOR CF THE
Headquarters
liluaram
Second Street, next to. the Opera House.
Open Day & Night
Large stock of nothing hut strictly
first-class
LIQUORS.
CIGARS.
g-gf*Finest Billiard and Pool Tables in
the city. 1
JAMES FOWLIE,
• Proprietor of the
Badger State
Beer Hall
Finest and largest Hall in the town.
MILWAUKEE BEER ON DRAUGHT.
Second St, LIVINGSTON MONT.
-AND
LUNCH COUNTER.
0. H. MOORE, Propr.
Hart Stet, LIVINGSTON, MONTANA.
Milwaukee Keg Heer Al way* on Tap and
Imported Cheese and Summer Saus
age Sandwiches.
E3TGIVE ME A CALL.^fel
I
WILSON'S
"■ :■ /; .*:• £ v; _. v - ,
CARDEN,
Near Railroad- Bridfik
'of tUiCraal*
<
**v^
THE ST. ELMO
LÉHL © E3 "tcEL'UL 1? cELZ^LT»
Is llie lest place in the city for a first-class
meal, served at all hours.
GARRETT & MURRAY,
Proprietors.
Main Street, - - Livingston
Livingston, Montana,
At the Last Crossing of the
Yellowstone River,
AND
J unction of the National Park Branch I».
K. With Main Line of N. P. B. R.
END OF 3 RAILROAD DIVISIONS.
Railroad Company are building Shops
and Round House*. **
Good Bituminous Coal Mines west of
the town.
Clark's Fork's Mines reached from Liv
ingston.
National Fark entered from Livingston.
For plats and information of lots in the
Original Townsite and adjacent to the
Depot, apply to
GENERAL LAND AGENT N P R. R CO.
St. Paul, Mmi,
NICKELS, WILBUR & NICHOLS,
Jamesiown, Dakota, or
FRANK BUSH,
Agent Land Dept. N. P. R R. Co.,
Livsngstoi^ Montana.
L. Taylor, Gen'l Townsite Agent.
EARLEY & HOLMES,
■. • „ , ; ; " • ^ . N . r $ •
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
Full rigs or saddle horses to let, and care
ful drivers furnished if desired.
buy and sell b
They are prepared to carry travelers into
tho Park or to way other point, ahead of all
competitors.
UTfUMU« on rW»4 »treat, Ur\a *dim ^
When You Leave the Train at
Lrvlngstoin-, - - GVEonto,^
ENQUIRE FOR TOE FREE HACK TO TIIE ^
Merchants' Hotel,
The table is supplied with everything the market affords. p; !r ] nrs .
accommodation of ladies, and the house throughout complete with everythin»
sary for the comfort of guests. Vf|
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGatk
At the Bar in connection with the House.
Terms Reasonable. Park Street, Opposite the D e p 0 |
WM.MITCHELL* Proprietor
SAT THE GATE OF WONDERLAND;
The House Par Excellence.
The Livingston Hotel
LIVINGSTON, MONTANA.
The Largest and Most Commodious, accommodating double the number o*
of any other hotel in the town. An excellent cuisine; the table
plied with all the luxuries of the season. Parlors and Rooms fitted up W jJ
guests
tnble sup
^ed up wjt},
all the comforts of a home, with polite and courteous attendants. Special at
tention given to Tourists and Travelers, and information freely given relative
to the innumerable wonders, and different routes through the Great National
Park.
A Free Bus attends the arrival and departure of all Trains.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar in connection with the House
«J. I 3 . 1 STOI_i^L. 3 Sr, Propr
TERM'S
REASONABLE.
Brunswick Hotel!
M. C. MURPHY, Propr.
Tins elegantly appointed and carefully managed hotel ia now ready forthereffptiui*|
enepts Trrvelns Fickii e i fat ml ctnfolille ic« nia-sud a y ell su* pplied table will lid
them at the BRUNSWICK, Main street, Livingston, Montan«
—^ * ' n
Park Street, jj
o
<4
cer
Groceries § Provisions:
PARK STREET,
-AT
WHO KEEPS ALL KINDS OF
LIVINGSTON,* 1 '
v*
aok * Illinois OreuMry Ratter, Cifisre* Totaco, £•*•

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