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A tjeueral court martial will convene at Fort Maginnis on the 17th inst. Katie Putnam has been elected honor ary member for life of the Helena rifle clüb. H- T. Gilbert's brewery at Virginia City was burned on Saturday. Loss, between $6,000 and $7,000. Miss Jennie Corson, the shepherdess of Montana, has purchased R. H. Clendenin's large band of sheep. Andrew Dunn, the man who met with the railroad accident at Miles City a few days ago, has since died. Outside copper is always quoted from one-quarter to one-half cent higher on the Chicago market than in New York. The blacksmith shop at the Anaconda works took fire and burned a few days ago, and greatly endaugered the immense smelter. A party of Montanians will leave Hel ena in a few days for California to spend the winter. The party includes Dr. and Mrs. Parberry, of White Sulphur Springs. Two or three of the soldiers went around among the Fort Assinaboine garrison and collected $75 as an "O'Donnell fund," and then proceeded to blow it in after the most hilarious manner. Steve Stoner, from Highwood, reports the farmers of that creek all busy with fall plowing. That would be a novelty for a more eastern agriculturalist at this late season of the year.—River Press. On the 1st of the present month there yet remained about 270 feet of tunneling at the Drum Luramon, in order to com plete the big working tunnel. The entire length of the tunnel is to be 1,130 feet. L. C. Stark was arrested in Benton for the robbery of T. C. Power & Bro.'s store, which he says "was accomplished after he was knocked down by the robber. His story was believed, and he was discharged. The workmen who were throw n out of employment and the wages due them by the Barker failures are all to be paid off in a short time, and the smelter will also be set in motion once more in a few months. A private telegram received in Helena yesterday conveys the information that Chas. F Gray, assignee of C. II. Tilling has & Co. of Chicago, is awaiting Mr. Tillinghast return from Montana to offer creditors forty cents on the dollar. He places the liabilities at $300,000; assets at $150,000. A special of the 11th, from Las Vegas, N. M., says: This morning, in digging for the foundation of the new court house the laborers—old miners—saw symptoms of pay dirt. They at once gave it a trial, winch resulted in their striking it rich. There is great excitement in the town, and everybody is staking off claims. Walter Matheson, editor of the Bill ings Herald, has been appointed coroner of Yellowstone county. This is a grace ful act, and shows that the county com missioners have their eyes open. When Matheson finds it necessary to kill ob streperous callers it will not be necessary to send out for the coroner. Very handy arrangement. Charles Cox, a colored porter belonging to a Northern Pacific dining car, was drowned in the Yellowstone at Glendive on Sunday. He and another man attempted to cross on the ice, when it broke and let Cox in and he was swept away very quickly. The porters on the division have offered $150 for the recovery of his body. Portions of the press report of late are being transmitted iu very unsatisfactory shape. It is a constant struggie in the printing offices to get sense out of non sensé with respect to many of the dis patches. The W. U. has evidently got some "cubs" at the instruments at some one of the repeating offices. What they can't do at mangling a dispatch no one need try.—Herald. Lu Moore, of Butte, had lately sold her house for $1,600 and kept the money in her stocking, wearing it during the day and putting it under her pillow at night. One morning a Chinaman came for the washing and the sheets were hurriedly taken off the bed, rolled up anti sent away, and it was not till some time after ward that Lu discovered that she had sent away stocking and money. She rushed to the wash-house, but only in time to dis cover that by some means the stocking with its contente had been thrown into the fire, where the aahrs of ffic visible. m « 5 s DEALERS IN Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods, HATS AND'CAPS. Pioneers From Away Back, and Our Motto: "Low Prices." MAIN STREET, LIVINGSTON, MOTANA. Metropolitan Hote MULKERN & GALLAGHER, Props, MAIN STREET, LIVINGSTON, M. 1'. House well furnished throughout, and all hard-finished rooms. Centrally loocatcd with a Large Sample Room for the accommodation of Commercial Travelers. Table, the Best. Fine Bar attached. Brunswick Hotel ! M. C. MURPHY, Propr. This elegantly appointed and carefully managed hotel is now ready for the reception o guests Travelers seeking neat and comfortable rooms and a well supplied table will find them at the BRUNSWIClt, opposite passenger depot, Livingston, Montana H|t IS A FACT ! ^^vercoats at reduced prices. m Jjjj^ubber Goods constantly on hand, j^juits, ready made, we carry the finest selection. ^*j alifornia Underwear we sell at a Bargain. and Caps, the latest Styles always on hand, ^-jverything as represented. j^Qyjiquors, we carry the largest stock. ^^^^ssortment of Groceries. Special figures to dealers. eckwcar just received ; the latest styles, mi^omestic and Imported Cigars. New brands. m3 oots a °d Shoes, Blankets, Quilts and Glassware, ^j^^emember our New Brick Store, C^b n Park Street, next to Merchants Hotel. I. ORSCHEL & BRO Livingston, Montana, Located on the Main Line Of the N. P. R. R., and at its Last Crossing Of the Yellowstone, and at the Junction of tbs National Pari BrancbR. R With the main line of the N. P. Railroad Company are building Shops and Round Houses at this point. Good Bituminous Coal Alines west of the city Clark's Forks Mining District reached from Livingston. National Park entered from Livingston. For plats and information of lots in the Original TowDsite and adbic°nt to the Freight and Passenger Depots, apply to GENERAL LAN D A GENT N P R. R CO. St Paul. Minn, NICKEUS, WILBUR NICHOLb, Jamestown, Dakota, or JOHN H. ELDER, Agent Land Dept. N. P. R R. Co., Livsngston, Montana. L. Taylor, GenT Townsite Agent. New Harness Shop ■r . Lower Main Street. SADDLERY, HARNESS MATTI NG and REPAIRING Neatly and promptly done. Ilave *a large and complete stock of goods in the Harness line and I am M!U Orders left at the Office on Second street will be tilled promptly. F. D. PEASE, Agt. THOMAS J. NOBLE (Successor toF. W. Draper.) PROPRIETOR OF THE Headquarters Main Street Open Day & Hight. Large stock of nothing but strictly first-class LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGARS. Finest Billiard and Pool Tables in the city. 1 -AND LUNCH COUNTER 0. H. MOORE, Propr. Main Stet, LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. Milwaukee Keg Beer Always on Tap and Imported Clieese and Summer Saus age Sandwiches. CF'GIVE ME A CALL.jgJ J ames Ennis WHOLESALE AXI> RETAIL Butcher ! Shop on Main Street. Having purchased Wright & Holliday's old stand, we soîicit the patronage of all their old customers. and as many new ones as wish to be squarely dealt with, both m quality ni mem**. A. KBIEGEK & CO, furniture. Glassware and Crockery Wholesale and Retail, Our furniture establishment has been greatly enlarged, and we have just received in carload lots a complet e stock of our line in every description direct from the best factories, which we will sell at prices that will compete with any in the territory. Call and examine our large stock and be convinced. Also a complete stock of undertaker's line connected with the above. o l00( i g delivered to all parts of the country on short notice. Main Street Opposite Postoffice, LIVINGSTON - - MONTANA Santa Cla/ix -AT J. BINGHAM'S FURNITURE Store GRAND EMPORIUM Of nicejthings for THE HOLIDAYS. Silver-ware, Maj olica-ware, China-ware and Glassware in every form and of every de scription. Now is the time to make Selections of Xmas Gifts to gladden the hearts of those you love best. FRANK WHITE'S GAMING HALL! AMD BOOSTS The ONLY first-class estab lishment of the kind in the city The Best Cigars and Liquors in the West\ eous attendants to wait upon visitors • with co»* -AT-- K EBERT'S "Wood .Va* 1 Back of the Metropolitan Hotel. Wood Sawed and Split any Size V may wish and Delivered. Office at the Metropolitan Hotel.