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« 'The McCuteheon tiw« Again.
The family affairs of Isaac D. Me Çiitcheon, late secretary of Montana, are again brought to the surface l»y the brief report from Charlotte,Mich., that Alice McCuteheon was granted a divorce from 1. I). McCuteheon on the 9th inst. Alice McCuteheon was the first wife of the ex-secretary; from her he obtained a divorce at lîozeman last Jim«, a divorce which has been somewhat impugned as be ing irregular and not binding on the partie.«?. However, McCuteheon mar ried in St. Paul a few days afterward, but his Michigan wife seems to have disdained to consider herself divorced and began proceedings on her own ac count with the result as chronicled. Congressman Belford, of Colorado, said that Mr3. Langtry was the handsomest women who trod the American continent, in acknowledgment of which Mrs. Langtry sent Mr. Belford a magnificent medallion portrait of herself, inclosed in an elaborate velvet case studded with diamonds, pearls, emeralds and rubies, with a note express ing her conviction that Mr. Belford\s re mark was the highest compliment ever paid her. »She also asked for a lock of his hair to be placed in her album devoted to such mementoes contributed by her most notable friends, the Prince of Wales Glad stone; Sir Charles Dilkc, Lord Lome, Bradlaugh, Bright, Spencer. Mill and other eminent persons. Of course, Mr. Belford had to comply and a lock of bright red hail was remitted to Mrs. Langtry, with a felicitous note.—Chicago Times. A scheme for crossing the Atlantic by another telegraph line is exciting much support among the capitalists of Copen hagen. It is proposed to start from Thur so, in Scotland, from there to run to the Faroe Islands,from the Faroe Islands to Iceland, and from Iceland to the West Coast of Greenland; from whence it dips southward to Lawrence Bay, striking the American Continent finally at Gaspe Har bor. The total length of the cable is to be 3,150 miles. The longest section will be leas than 900 miles, and on that account it is anticipated that it will do the work of any two of the cables now uniting Europe and America. The scheme however, has not advanced beyond the stage of project. THE NEW YORK SUN. Ahoi'.t sixty million copies of The Sun have gone ont of our establishment during the past twelve months. If you wore to paste end to end all the columns all The Sun printed and sold last year you would get a continuous strip of interesting information, common sense wisdom, sound doctrine, and e^ine wi t long enough to reach from printing house square to tho top of >Ionnt Copernicus in the moon,then hack to printing house square, and then three-quarters of the way back to the moon again. But The bun is written for the inhabitants of the luirth: tiiis same strip of intelligence would girdle the globe twenty-seven or twenty-eight times. If every buyer of a copy of The Sun during the past year lias spent only one hour over it, and if his wife or his grandfather has spent another hour, this newspaper in 1883 lias afforded the human race thirteen thousand years of steady leading, night and day. It is only by little calculations like these that you can form any idea of the circulation of the most popular American newspapers; or of its influence on the opinions and actions of American men and women. The Sun is,and will continue to be, a newspaper which tells the truth without fearof consequences, which gets at the facts no matter how much the process costs, which presents the news of «11 the world without waste of words and in the most read able shape, which is working with all its heart for the cause of honest government, and which there of ore believes that, the Republican narty must go, and must go in this coming year of our Lord, 1881. If you know the Sun, you like it already, and you will read it with accustomed diligence and profit during what is sure to he the most interesting year in its history. If von do not know The Sun, it is high time to get into the sunshine. TJOHMs TO MAIL SUB8C KIIJERS. The several editions of The Sun are.sent by mnil postpaid, as follows: DAILY—50 cents a month, $(> a year; with Sunday edition, ST. SUNDAY—Eight pages. This edition furnishes the current news of the world, special articles of excep tional iutereat to everybody, and literary review »of new books of the highest merrit. $1 a year. WEEKLY—$1 a year. Eight pages of the beet matter of the daily issues; an Agricultural Depart ment of unequalled value, special market reports, and literary, scientific,and domestic intelligence make The weekly Sun the newspaper for the farm - era household. To clubs of ten with $10, an extra copy free. Address I. W. England, publisher, The Sun, N. Y. City. ItONDEAU. [Samuel Mintunu Pock.] Sée tossed to me a k ; ss! 'Twa- night, Yet every brooding care took flight. The fountain leapt andlaughed with glee, And all the star» leant out to soe, And wondered at my wild delight. • 'Ï hough fate my sweetest Ikmo may blight To crown with buss a rival knight, One joy I have can never flee, biro tossed to me a kiss! 4 -GO TO ►SEPII BOWERS' New mid elegant. y furnished TONSORIAL PARI OR a first êtes» shave or hair cut. Two ïràtiun. LOWER MAIN »STREET. LIVINGSTON. Me l»y a on was at be the ac re his to red a by the to the be be it of T.C.POWER & CO., BOZEMAN, MONTANA, --DEALERS IN Agricultural Implements. GENERAL AGENTS FOR WALTER A. WOOD'S THE OLD RELIABLE SCHÜTTLER WAGOISI. in the if the go, is - All sizes anil kinds of John Deere Moline Plows » —including the— Celebrated Power Lift Sulky and Iron Gang Plow, Irrigating Ditch Plows, etc. THE SUPERIOR SEED DRILLS AND BROAD-CAST SEEDERS, CHICAGO SCREW PULVERIZES WITH SEEDERS-DIFFERENT SIZES. Steel Barbed Fence Wire. Harrows, Feed Mills, Road Scrapers, Fair banks Scales, Eclipse Wind Mills, Cli max Cliurns, Flour and Grain Sacks, Fanning Mills, Shovel Plows, etc. . Domestic Sewing Machines, Tom Connelly Buggies. Garden Seed Drills. Scofield & Coo])or's .Buggies, Blackboards and Road Carts, Etc., Etc., Etc. BOZEMAN, MONTANA. G. H. CARVER & CO.. Are our only authorized agents;«! Livings ton, M. T., who will cheerfully' furnish prices on all the above goods. Give them a call. Bank Saloon, • J. II. BOWMAN, Prop. Lower Main St., - Livingston. FANCY DRINKS A Specialty. Also the lest brands of Im ported and Domestic Cigars. C. F. MILLER, Inrthif» . Shop on B Street, next to Pad den 's black smith shop. All kinds of Job work neatly and promptly done. Estimates made upon , all kinds of work. Montana Lumber COMPANY. OFFICERS : W. 0. Edwards, Prest., St, Paul, Minn. J. R. HatiiwAy, Vicc-Prest., Billings. F. L. M intie, Sec. and Trims., Livingston Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Lumber ! ! LATH, SHINGLES, *?• MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS, WINDOWS, Building Paper,Etc. YARDS AT Billings and Livingston. F. L. MINTIE, Manager Livingston Yard. A. KRIEGER & CO., Pi activai UNDERTAKERS. ]*r«u»f»tiy attended to. Undertaking estuh ibhuieiit lower Main Street. Leave orders at A. KRIEGER A CO.'S* ilaic fet. Livingston. Furniture F tore. » Iron a Im ! WINONA HOUSE, J, W. STOEL, Prop. Lower Main St. - Livingston. House well furnished and tables supplied with best the market affords. THE HOME OF THE TRAVELER. at POOL AND SAMPLE ROOM In connection. Lower Main Street FEED CORRAL, Billy Miles, Prop. BALED HAY, CHOP FEED, WHEAT and OATS for sale by tire pound or in CAR LOTS. Best of care given to all Stock placed in rny care. Prices Reasonable. R. C. Griffith, FCJp BLACKSMITHING. He makes a specialty of h»rse shooing. LaBarre's wagon shop one door east of b.'acksmith shop. Job work of all kinds neatly and promptly done. Shop at the lower end of Main Street. Howell, Gordon & Co., -A-rcla.5.te©ts I Contractors anfl Builders. • Plans and Specifications furnished and con tracts made at the lowest figures. Give us a call beiore contracting. * Jobbing promptly attended to. Shop opposite Skating Rink. ST. LOUIS BEER HALL! CHAS. MOORE, Prop. Beer by the glass, qvart or keg. All kinds of cheese and sausage lunches. — ALSO — GAMBLING HOUSE, Where nothing but square dealing is al lowed. GOING EAST '—OR— GOING WEST No matter which, the Mm Pacific By. IS YOUR LINE, As it will take y oil in either direction between ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, G LYNDON, MOORHEAD, FARGO, CASSLETON, VALLEY CITY, JAMESTOWN. MINNE ' WAUKAN, (DEVIL'S LAKE,) MILNOR, LÀ MOURE, BISMARCK, MANDAN, GLEN DIVE, BILLINGS, LIV • INGSTON, Yellowstone National Fait Helena, 1\Æ. T., DEElt LODGE, BUTTE CITY, MISSOULA, SPOKAA'E FALLS, WALLA WALLA, THE DALLES,] Portland, Or., Olympia, Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, B. C., all points in British Columbia, and Alaska, Salem, Albany, and Roseburg, Or. Pp T n0THhp r » tll<? Northern Pacific Railroad nUlllDllHiOl runs th» only Emigrant Sleepers, The only Day Coaches, the only Pullman Sleepers and the only Dining cars between St. Paul and Portland, Oregon. * Full information in regard to the Northern Pa cific lines can be obtained tree bv addressing €11 AS. S. FEE, General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. MURRAY'S PLACE, Second Street. Wines and Liquors Fine Imported and Do - me stio CIGARS j The Neatest cud Tidiest Place in Town. Second Street, LIVINGSTON, ___ M. T. a Y* " o e OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ffiacksaitliii ail Wap matin ALL WORK WARRANTED! Special Attention Given to >rse Shoeing. Shop on B S r« t. ^ P. T, FiBDEN & CO. and rny shop. I • con a of al and Pa - T. JAMES CARROLL, ' Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Full Bias and Saddle Horses on the Shortest Notice. ' g^HORSES BOARDED BY THF DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. J£J Horses, Harnesses, Wagons, Baled Hay and Oats bought and sold. use of ladies to be had at a moments notice. Prices re; Stable corner C and Lewis Sis., Gen Me horses for the easonable. Livingston. Montana. MERCHANT TAILOR, To all those who intend to purchase a summer suit to call at his shop see samples and get prices before ordering elsewhere. You cannot get a better make east or west. ggpSliop on "B" Strect.^g GEO. W. METCALF & CO., Feed and Sale Stables, CORNER MAIN AND CLARK STREETS. FINEST "TURNOUTS* IN THE CITY, Tourists anil Travelers carried toor from the remotest points w ith safety and dispatch Horses, Mules, Harness and Wagons bought and sold. SEED OATS, Baled Hav, Stock boarded by the day or week. Spectal attention given to Gentlemen Drivers. Terms as reasonable as any in the city. Call and see us. "I. OESCHEL & BRO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 5 GROCERIES Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Caps, Boots, SDo-oes, Tobacco and All Kinds of Smokers' Articles. JOBBERS .IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars. AGEMTS FOB, Ph. Best Keg and Bottle Beer, Western Cigar Co., Detroit, Mich., t aim & Bergman, Merchant Tailors, Wilson Bros., Chicago »Shirt Makers. LIVINGSTON and MILES CITY. Tlxe EEeeud.q.ia.sixtexs Billiard Parlor, DRAPER & MULKERN, Proprietors. SECOND STREET, LIVINGSTON, M . T. Fine Bar, supplied with nothing hut the BEST brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, both .Imported and Domestic. Private rooms in connection. Parlor Restaurant, é The Best Place iu the City to get a FIRST- CLASS Meal. ICE CŒŒ3.A.2Æ Always on hand. FOULKS & KELLEY, : : PROPS. Main Street, Four doors from Postoffice. H.FKANK, Park Street Clothier, Hits just received a large stock of Ready-Made Clothing, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Cloths and Underwear, Of the best quality, and for the next 30 days special inducements will be offered. --MERCHANT TAILORING-- Our cutting and fitting department is complete and we will guarantee satisfaction Park Street, - . . Livingston. «PAT THE GATE OF WONDERLAND! The House Par Excellence. The Livingston Hotel LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. The Large^ and Most Commodious, accommodating double the number of guests of any other hotel in the town. An excellent cuisine; the table sap plied with all the luxuries of the season. Parlors and Rooms fitted up with all the coni torts of a home, with polite anti courteous attendants. Special at tention given to Tourists and Travelers, and information freely givhn relative to tlie innumerable wonders, and different joules through the Great National Park.p A Free Bus attends the arrival and departure of all Trains. Choue V nies. Liquors and Cigars at the Bar in connection with the House maV^ik. jr. ;p. itsre yr . a ~nt :pro-or