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THE LATEST HEWS.
General Grant has been elected presi
dent of the society of the army of the
Potomac.
Milton H. Smith has l>een elected pres
ident of the Louisville & Nashville rail
road.
Herr Von Eiscndeckcr, German minis
ter at Washington, has received a letter of
recall.
Rev. Dr. Worthington, refuses to act as
Episcopal bishop of Nebraska to which
he was elecle l by the synod.
F. J. Sullivan of San Francisco, has
l»een nominrted for congress from the fifth
district of California.
Col. Morrow, who was mixed up will»
Gen. Swaiin in the pay account duplica
tions is to Ije also court-martialed.
The negro l>oy who shot a lad named
Osborn w'hile strawl»errying at Castle
wood, Va., was taken from the jail on
Saturday and hanged by citizens.
Wm. G. Morgan, the defaulting agent
of the New York hanking firm of Put
nam & Earle, was to-day sentenced t<
three years in the jAmitentiary.
Isaac A. Stanley, paying teller of the
National Bank of Commerce, Cleveland.
Ohio, has l>eén arrested for stealing #100.
000 from the bank's reserve fund. lie
speculated in grain and lost.
A BROKEN STRING.
[Comhill Magazine.^
Bing, and to youl No, no; With one nota
jarred
The harmony of Life's long chord is
bioken;
Your words were light, and by light lips
were spoken
And yet the music that you loved is marred.
One string, my friend, is dumb beneath your
hand ;
Strike, and it throbs and vibrates at your
will,
Falters upon the verge of sound, and still
Kalis back as sea waves shattered on th<
strand.
Touch it no more, for you shall not regain
The sweet lost tune. Take what is left, or
let
Life's music sleep to death. Let us forget
The perfect melody we seek in vam.
And yet, perchance, some day before we die,
As half in dreams we hear trie night winds
sweep
Around our windows when we fain would
sleep,
Lader, wnh one long, sobbing, moaning cry;
One laint, far tone will waken, and will
rise
Above the great wave voice of mortal
pain;
Hand will touch hand and lips touch lips
agaiu,
As in the darkness it recedes and dies.
Or, lingering in the summer evening glow,
Theu, when the passion of the crimson
west,
Burning like some great heart that cannot
rest,
Stains us with blood the waters as they flow;
Borne old forgotten tones may rise and waL?
Our dying youth, and s<*t our hearts aflame
With their old sweetness - to our lips the
name
Of Love steal softly, for the old love's sake.
The Abominable Whirl Collar.
[Detroit Free Press.]
The shirt collar originated in fraud
and hypocrisy. In the days when men
first wore linen it came to be fashion to
lea>e more or less of that linen exposed
at the neck to prove the cleanliuess of
that underneath. This naturally took
the form of the collar. Then a genins
caught on to the idea of cutting out a
separate piece of linen in the shape of
the overhanging part and affixing it fo
the top of the shirt. These bit., of linen
could be put on clean every day, thus
giving the public the impression that
they represented the cleanliness of the
unseen garment to which they were at
tached. They were in effect fraudulent
certificates of such cleanliness. Hence,
the collar is but a base subterfuge of
ancient origin. It is as the gold wash
on the pinchbeck jewelry, the rouge on
a dead complexion, or the \olnpcuous
outline of a new pair of corsets. The
collar is a useful aid to the cravat in
strangling the neck and making it un
duly sensitive to cold. The collar did
not attain its perfection of fraudu'ency
and the height of its iniquitous hypocrisy
until starch was invented to gloss and
stiffen it. When this happened mankind
forgot that it was a cheat. The collar is
an unmitigated nuisance in hot weather,
and of very little protection in cold. It is
h joy to the young man and a nuisance to
the old cue.
Lilian Whiting : City life is so full
that one is clogged by over-possession,
h is the mill stopped by the flood, the
engine paralyzed by fueL
"Hobson'* C'hoif <*.*'
[Atlantic Mouthly.l
The explanation of the proverbial
saying about "Hobson's choice" isgiveu
by Steele in The Spectator, No. 509.
Hobson kept a livery stable, his stalls
l>eiiig ranged one behind another, count
ing from tlie door : each customer was
obliged to take the horse which hap
pened to be in the stall nearest the
door, this chanc* fashion of serving
b.i g thought to secure pcr.ect impar
tiality.
With Patriotic Pride.
It is observed with patriotic pride
that the eminent American novelist, Mr.
W illiam D. H ou ells, adopts the pecu
liarly English style of spelling favor,
color, labor, humor, and other words
of that kind with a u.
INTER-OCEAN
RESATURAN T,
Second Street.
meals at'all HOURS.
Tables snj plied with all the delicacies
of the season. First-class cooking
and dining room a model of
netitness.
MRS. A. B. IIARRISON, - PnoriUEToit
T. R. MAYO'S
U pper Main Street,
Are the Most Elegantly Furnished
in the West.
None But Expert Vorioion Employes!
Bath Booms in Connection.
^"Finest slock of Barber supplies
in Montana.
1
Lower Main Street
FEED CORRAL,
Billy Miles, Prop.
BALED IIAY, CHOP FEED, WHEAT and
OATS for sale by the pound or
in CAR LOTS.
Best of care given to all Stock placed in my
care Prices Reasonable
GOING EAST
-OR—
GOING WEST
No matter which, the
IS YOUR LINE,
As it will take you in either direction between
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH,
G LYNDON, MOORHEAD, FARGO,
CASSLETON. VALLEY CITY,
JAMESTOWN. MINNE
WAUKAN.
(DEVIL'S LAKE,) MILNOR, LA
MOURE, BISMARCK, MANDAN,
GLENDIVE, BILLINGS, LIV
INGSTON,
Yellowstcue National Pari ,
Helena, 3 VL T.,
DEEIl LODGE, BUTTE CITY, MISSOULA,
SPOKANE 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.
Bmnomhop T hat t,ie Northern Pacific Railroad
UuiliuliiUui ran» the 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 free bv addressing
THAS. S. FEE,
General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
Montana Lumber
COMPANY.
officers :
W. C. Edwards, Prest., St. Paul, Minn.
J. R. Hatiiway, Vicc-Prest., Billings.
F. L. Miktik, Sec. and Treas., Livingston
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Lumber ! !
LATH,
L 3HINGLES,
Ä MOULDINGS,
SASH,
t DOORS,
WINDOWS,
Building Paper,Etc.
YARDS AT
Billings and Livingston.
F. L. MINTIE.
Manager livings*» Yard. I
ANBACH & MOORE,
Proprietors of the
Chicago Beer Hell.
Fine Concert Every Night and Sunday
Afternoon.
Hot and Cold Lunch
At any time during tlie day. Choice
Liquors and Cigars always on hand.
ST. LOUIS
BEER HALL!
CHAS. M00EE, Prop.
Beer by the jdass, qvart or keg. All kinds of
cheese and sausage lunches.
— ALSO —
GAMBLING HOUSE,
Where nothing but square dealing is al
lowed.
F. H. LO RI N G,|
Proprietor ot the
GILT ED GE
SAMPLE ROOMS.
CHOICEST WINESJIÔÜJRSailâ CIGARS.
Princely furnished parlor room in connection.
MAIN STREET, - LIVINGSTON.
CORNWELL & LOCKE,
FKOPRIETOHS OF THE
Park: Street Saloon,
HAVE ALWAYS IN STOCK THE
Finest Brands of T Vines,
Liq u ors an cl Olga vs.
Tie Best Pool and Billiards Talles
-TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY.—
Furnished Roerns in Connection
Bank Saloon,
J. H. BOWMAN, Prop.
Lower Main St., - Livingston
FANCY DRINKS
A Specialty. Also the lest brands of Im
ported and Domestic Cigars.
BANK EXCHANGE!
JOHN HIGGINS, Preps.
Saloon, Billiard and Pool Parlor
HUE MIXED DEUTES A SPECIALTY.
Choice Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
PARK STREFT, LIVINGSTON. M. 1
The Milwaukee Beer Hall,
JOHN KICHER, Prop.
Lower Main Street, Livingston,
Fresh Keg Beer always on tap. Fine lunches
u
WOLF & WOLF,
Proprietors of
Tlie Daisy '
Lower Main Street.
Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
both imported and domestic
§3TGive the boys a call. •
"THE OASIS"
J. USE, Prop.
Lower Main Street, - Livingston.
Fine Liquors and Cigars.
Bowling Alley and Pool Table
In connection.
P. O. SAMPLE ROOM,
J. V HARMON, Prop.
The public is cordially invited to samp e
my choice brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Keg Beer always on tap
WM. WOOLSEY'S
STAGE, EIPRESS AND FREIGHT LINE
FROM
Livingston to White Sulphur
Springs,
ppvos Livinsrrton on Mommy, Werineedcv am
Friday, makin? three trips per week as follows

Leaves Livingston Monday, arriving at White
Sulphur the eatne day and returning on Tuesday.
Pupsensers and expre-s sa'ely carried at
I £& **
of
al
JAMES CARROLL,
Peed and. Sade StaTble !
Full Rigs and Saddle Horses on the Shortest Notice.
rJTHORSKS BOARDKD BY THF 1)AY, WKEK OR MON 1 II JKl
Horsw Harn«»«, Wagons, Baird Hay and Oats bought and sold- Ocii'le horses lor t)„
Horses, llarn , tse 0 > f lmd moments notice. Prices reasonable.
Stable corner C and Lewis Sis.,__ Livingston, Monta, „
CEO. W. METCALF & CO.,
Feed and Sale Stables,
CORNER MAIN AND CLARK STREETS.
FINEST "TURNOUTS" IN THE CITY',
Tourists and Travelers carried to or from the remotest points with safety and dispatch
Horses, Mules, Harness and Wagons bought and sold.
SEED OATS, Baled Hay
Stock boarded by the day or week. Spectal attention given to Gentlemen Drivers.
Terms as reasonable as any i n the city. Call amlsetMPL_
I. OESCHEL & BEO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
G-EOCEE IBS!
Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
E-Eats, Caps, Boots, S
Tobacco and All Kinds of Smokers' Articles.
JOBBERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS AND ä CIGARS,
AGENTS FOR
Ph. Best Keg and Bottle Beer,
Western Cigar Co., Detroit, Mich., i ahn & Bergman. Merchant Tailors,
Wilson Bros., Chicago Shirt Makers.
LIVINGSTON and MILES CITY.
E. GOUGHNOUR,
Proprietor of Steam Saw and Planing Mills; Also Dealer in
T
I would respectfully announce to the peosle of Livingston and surrounding country,
I now have in stock and am constantly receivingthe finest stock of Eastern and Native
"all ' *
Lumber ever Kent in the Yellowstone Valley, consisting of
Carpet
usual b
di\.. ....................—........... „ --- . . .
for huge buildings made a specialty, and prices always as low as the lowest I ants and
office on Second Street. E. GOt GIINOl R.
44
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Billiard Parlor,
1
e
DRAPER & MULKERN, :
SECOND STREET, LIVINGSTON, M. T.
Proprietor
Fine Bar, supplied with notbirg but the BEST brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, both
• Imported and Domestic. Private rooms in connection.
Parlor Restaurant,
»
The Best Place iu the City to get a FIRST-CLASS Meal .
Always on hand.
FOULKS & KELLEY, :
Main Street, Four doors from Post office.
PROPS.
H. PRANK,
Park Street Clothier,
Has just received a large stock of
Ready-Made Clothing,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Cloths and Underwear,
Of the best quality, and for the next 3« davs special inducements will be offered
-MERCHANT TAILORING--
Our cutting and fitting department is complete and we will guarantee satisfaction
Park Street, - Livingston.
The Livingston Hotel
LIVINGSTON, MONTANA.
The Largest and Most Commodious, accommodating double tlie number of
guests of any other hotel in the town. An excellent cuisine; the table sup
plied with all the luxuries of the season. Parlors and Rooms fitted up with
all the comforts of a home, with polite and courteous attendants. Special at
tention given to Tourists and Travelers, and information freely given relative
ro the innumerable wonders, and different routes through the Great National
A Free Bus attends the arrival and departure of all Trains.
Choice AVines. Liquors and Cigars at the Bar in connection with the House
REASHNARLE. J~. D. 1 STOI_j.A.I£T. IProtcr
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR THE
APOLLO SPRINGS
LIVINGSTON, : : MONTANA
A. LANDT, Prop.

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