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AKlIVK. *• . ,, il( exj ress, (going west) ...... eNPM t*- <going e»st)...... ...... !- fjr.l*t No. 14, <going ea»t'.. v ..... .....1:35 r>. ni ..... 1 p. ni ......d:.jO p. m ..... 7 ::k> a. m PEPAllT. .'m, ilic exprefs, < r oni„ ....... irStic express, .going ctst,...... i r .Hit No. 1«, (going west)....... >o. 14, .going east......... ..... 1 p. m ..... lürôüp.m in. LiviueKton l'ontolilce. < > 1**11 werk d:*vs f rom 7 X. lu. to 7:30 p. to 3 p.iu. . v il,„ipy order ami reinster business trans 8l to<i from 9 a m. to 4. V . in. " j jujui:past ami west ch..-v. «•» •». aster, ( *o<l I roll I y a in. h*, r- m. u.iis noil ut east ami west close at 12:o0 p m h t\ W. WRIGHT, Postuia LOCAL LAYOUT 'l om VcDomiM wants a butcher. K II. Talbot of the Railway Age, wit li a party of friemls, will be here .«f I in this year to visit the l'urk. A new hotel is to be built in Boze all by a company of subscribers. M,i <»i lVase, of Livingston, is said to be down for $250. A correspondent of the Mandait Pi oneer writes a good letter Iroln Liv ingston. We take the writer to be oui friend Mr. Gurley. Tickets for tbe G. A. It. ball and supper on the night of July 4th, are foi sale at the postoffice, at the Rank of Livingston and at the First Na tional hank. Attorney Frank Henry has moved bis offiee to a room in the front part of the upper sto»y of Pease's brick building on Main street, where he will be found hereafter. The First Cavalry band which is to be stationed at Fort Custer in luture. went east to-day from Fort Walla Walla, where their headquarters have heretofore been. The regiment is on the march coming this way. The Italian band employed by John Smith, at Billings* Bozeman and last at Eagle City, went east to-day to play in McKee's saloon at Billings. Times were too hard in the Coeur d'Alenes to warrant their employment there. A special car attached to the west bound train to-day bore Mr. Winter, an official of the Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha railroad, accom panied by his family and friends. They are bound for Oregon on a pleas ure trip. j'lie bankers* association of Ohio has arranged for a trip to the National Park and will start from Cleveland. July 8th. The chief promoters of the excursion are a party of gentlemen who were out here last summer— M. \V. Green, Win. Dashler and Mr. Van Dorian of Ohio, who spent about two weeks here and in the Park. Their report lias stimulated a large excusion for 'the summer. Excursions for the National Park are being arranged in New York, Bos ton. Chicago, Cleveland* Cincinnati and St Paul, besides others already noted in these columns. It is the common ojdnion and that of tbe En~ TKitiMii.sE that tbe travel to the Park during the summer of 1884 will be much larger than tha* ,of 1883, and will consist of a people who are not(as last year) largely of the deadhead class hut of men and women who will spend their money liberally and pay loi what they get. v Win. Harmon lias been appointed îactiver for C. W. Savage £ons. This course tvas taken because o i the fact that no decision on the assign ment could be obtained till the sitting of the district court for Custer county in September next, tbe iudge not hav ing the power to deotde the case in chambers or outside the county. The receivership is not adverse to the as signees but rather in favor of tl»e as signment and the appointment is in the nature of a defeat to the attaching creditors. A noticeable feature of the tourist travel to the Park tiiis year is the fact that the great majority of the travelers so far have been English people. We take this to be an indication that such will be a lead-* ing characteristic of the tourist travel lor the year. Hitch » result is not*uit - expected t.o the Enterprise. Uttfus Hatch's advertising is having its ef fect. The it.st aiment of so-cutled ' dudes'* that he brought here last summer included correspondents of the leading British journals, and their J, of on in in writing has gone far toward advert is b'g in that kingdom the beauties and "°n(l a rs of the Bark* and is bringing this year a crowd, of touiifftft. ttf see fortbewseijuM*. v PEBSONAL POINTS. George Huston came down from Cooke to-day. Byron Vreeland, the architect, is in town this afternoon. Col. W. F. Sanders came over the range to-day and went up the Park branch. S. T. Hauser went east to-day bound for the democratic convention at Chi cago to which he is a delegate. \ Charles S. Fee, general passenger agent cf the Northern Pacific, went east to-day after a visit to Helena and Butte. J). M. Sadder and wife and H. Dex ter and wife, of Cincinnati. Ohio, were among Park tourists at the Al bemarle to-day. S. S. (Bidden, of the firm of Glidden. Griggs & Co., was on to-day's Pacific express bound for Thompson's Falls and the Coeur d'Alenes. 0 C. D. Davis, of the United States geologieal survey, is in town. His party will arrive here shortly and en ter upon the season's work. Frank Merrill returned to-day from Thompson's Falls where he has adrug store. He will remain here a few days to enjoy himself with his many friends. George W. Magee, the prospective landlord of the Park hotel, his frienu J, II. Heron and Mr. Moore, vice-pres ident of the First National bank,leave St. Paul for Livingston on Friday next. Among the visitors in town to day are George B. Hulme, receiver of the Park Improvement company, accompanied by W. B. Webb, L. Bates and M. C. Sullivan. They are on their way to Mammoth Hot Springs where Mr. Hulme will arrange for the opening of the hotel. Eeu. Ho^an. Among the arrivals in tow* this after noon was Ben. Hogan. This celebrated individual was but a few years ago a champion prize-fighter with a reputation in his line as wide as the civilized work 4 , and habits of life and occupation in uni son with his work as a professional pugil ist. He is now and has been for some years an earnest advocate of Christianity and temperance and on the lecture plat form and in social life has done much to advance the principles for which he con tends. During the winter past he has been laboring in western Montana and Utah with marked success. On Sunday evening next, in compliance with a request from the temperance society here, he will deliver a lecture in the skating rink, tak ing as his subject his past life. Stolen Time Checks. The time checks issued by the North ern Pacific company June during the last day or two are not negotiable at the banks in consequence of the fact that several have l)ceu stolen from their legitimate owners and payment has been stopped on them. Merchants will do well to have a care in receiving time checks as cash. Among others upon which payment has been stopped is No. 196 issued to Henry Gooch, for $23.20. It has been stolen and is worthless. _ ___ - • ' The Oregon Short Line. Work on the Oregon Short Line bridge across Snake river is progressing as rap idly as high water will permit. The dis tance from the bridge to Huntington, tbe intended point of junction with the O. R. & N. is about four ami a half miles. The track will follow along Burnt river, which Will be crossed four times. These small er bridges are now in process of con stitution. Trains over tins great trans continental line will lie running into Portland, it is anticipated, about the first of October. . Lieut. John Mullan. who built tbe government road across the Coeur il Aleiies in '58 69, and branded tbe trees -*R. M.,*' meaning military road, but construed by the mountaineers to mean Mullan Road, writes that Moise (supposed to 1m Moses lieever, who lives near Frenchtown) came into camp one clay with a lmndful of coarse gold that he found on the north fork of The Coeur d'Alene, but it was thought by the patty that lie obtained ft of miners from Frasier river. A A man tiaiuptl Spangler found gold on .... i. « river. the south hank of Bitter rlvejr. lint lie WHS such a M.incti-inset. Mar that |*M any attention to his Stoll'. livixoton • £ * % * • ' - ■ ■ CREED HOOK RANGE. RIFLE , Regular Monthly Shoot for the Following Prize* and Championship: First Prise. $10.00 ; Second Prize, $5.00. The scores w^re made as follows out of possible 50, striclly off-hand shooting, Creedmoor regulation target: 1). C. McRea. ...455555555 5—41) Geo. Ennis......5 554545 5 4 5—47 D. B. McDonald. 5 45554554 5—47 V. Porter.......544 5 54545 5—46 A. Croouquist. ...4 5 54 5 5 4 4 4 5—45 Lieut. Partello. ..5 5544544 5 5—45 A.H. Matthiessen.5 4 4 5 5 5 4 5 4 4 -45 P. T. Gilboy.....5 4 5 4 5 4 H 5 4—45 McRea won first prize; McDonald sec ond—Ennis not being here to shoot off the tie. 1 will offer a gold badge, valued at $25, for the liest score made during the month of July. Wm. F. Sheakp. A heavy gale last Friday night blew down the high board fence sur rounding the Deer Lodge penitentiary. a to A SPECIAL MENTION. Dentistry by A. A. Bearup. Parties wishing dental work done would do well to call at my office. Best sets from $18 to $25. Artificial teeth mounted on gold, rubber or celluloid, and warranted to give satisfaction or no charge. Anaesthetics administered for the extraction of teeth. Office hours from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. A. A. Bearup. First California plums of the season at the Big Horn stores. Horseshoeing, new' shoes, $4 per set: resetting, $3, at Griffith's shop, lower Main street. Misses Baker and Fay, of the English Kitchen, will serve* a grand dinner on the Fourth of July. Turkey, chicken, Eng lish plum pudding and ice cream will constitute part of the bill of fare. Butcher wanted by Thos. P. McDonald. A good reliable man can secure a steady situation. Apply at once. Curran & Leuihan have just received some very fine potatoes. Blueberries just received at the Big Horn stores. N. Elieyt has enclosed a large area of fine pasture land near town, for the ac commodation of the town stock. His charges are reasonable. Just received, a large lot of furniture of all assortments by the carload at a cheap rate and bought at very low figures for cash. We are prepared to compete with any house m the country in price and in quality of goods. Give us a call before purchasing. À. Krieger & Co. A carload of furniture just received at Bingham's. Baled Hav at 60 cents per 100 at T. P. •> McDonald's. Fresh pineapples at N. 0. Matthiessen's. Fresh California fruits at the Big Horn Stores. Go to Mayo's for baths. Try a hot or cold bath at T. R. Mayo's new rooms. Go to N. ('. Matthiessen's for wall piper. T. II. Mayo has the finest bath-rooms in Livingston. Go to Scbree, Ferris & White Co. T for oats, Second street. Billy Miles has a large stock of baled hay, oats, wheat, bran, chopped feed and barley, w hich, owing to the late financial panic* in New York must be closed out at once I IOK SALE OR EXCHANGE.—The under I signed will sell one desirable lot and duelling house* in good location. Also one most desirable house and lot in good location suitable for saloon or beaming house; or will exchange the above property for horses or mules. A rare chance for wood in'vestment. Apply to R . W. Oliver s fruit store, next to E. R. Dean & Co. s. I jlOR SALE—Fine upright piano. Enquire at k the Brunswick hotel. H ERDING—N. Ebert, hiving ondosed several hundred acres of fine pasture land near town will keep city stock by the wv*ek or month, bring ing it in every evening it cfesürwl. Stock maybe loft at Billv Miles' stable. W ANTED.—one or two first class coat makers at P. O Meara's. 1 10R SALE—A first-class, upright Piano, qnire at this office. En 1 *OR SALE—A -fine piano. Enquire of Y 1 Snyder, at Northern Pacific-Livery barn. E. 1 * 0 R RENT efieap, a first cTh*» store in a very 1 desirable location «a Main street. Rent low. Apply to Allen Bros. H AVING bought tb,» island lately owned by Burton Bros., I am prepared to deliver sand to anv part of town as cheap as the cheapest. on TkTQTrCE TO CONTR ACTORS.—Sealed propo gaig for excavating for foundation and fuel room f >r f irnishing material and doing stone work for furnishing material and doing hnck work' and plastering, also furnishing material ami doing camenter work, will he receive« by the board of trustee» of Livingston school district numherV until July imh. 18*1, for the erect on of a Brick School Builditag m said district, according to plans and specifieatftma tr> he seen Ht the office* «f H. T. C*pcri*y until «T uly < th Bids will b# received for each oftbe-idmve classes ot work separately or as a whole. The successful bidder will he required to fnrni&h bonds in the fnll Amount of his contract; conditioned for the faithful performance of his contract in accord ancewflÄVthe plans and specifications, and forth« navnwnt of all just claims for all the labor or work performed andmateriiU furnished for or on account of said' contract: Fifteen per cent, of all prelimi nary «ntünate» will be retained by said board un til thi-completioa of said contract. The board of trustees reserves the right to reject anr or all bitte*. By »«ter of the board. ^ .1 .1. McBRTDF. Hi-trie: Glerk. Livinedoir, M. T-, luce VCl Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Pure Kentucky And the Best Brands of Ci^rs* A most elegantly appointed Sample Room in rear o. tim I» 'Stoi ' Special Brandif ot Liquors.and Cigars are retai.od to. the ^ Room equipped with upholstered furniture, in conn • , , * j will not beinsuited, and where you will always get the REST goods tobe had. MAIN STREET, : : : LlUX Cto-K»' 1 TOTAL ASSETS, $60,731,720.00. Home of New York, Hartford of Hartford . Phoenix of Hartford. Connecticut of Hartford^ & Com meicial of Cdl. Germa nia of New I ork Scottish. Union % Motional of Efltnbr fc. Liverpool fy London 8ç Glole , tfLiv.. New York Life Ins. Co., Cash Capital, $55,553,902.00 CEPERLEY & AYRAULT, Main Street, Livingston, Montana. OPEN TO-NIGHT, JULY 1ST, Wetzstein's Palatial! BILLIARD t^TUnder First National Bank building. Entrance on Second Street . Roth & Co. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Fine Kentucky Whiskies. KEY WEST AND IMPORTED CIGARS., The Celebrated "Pride of Montana" Cigar a specialty—the liest domestic.cigar in the mar- , kej. A11 goods sold at bedrock. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ..AND. f AGRICULTURAL. IMPLEMENTS. Ba.rlD©dL "Wire By- the*Pound or Car Load. Special attention girsuii to Sheet-iron and Coupe» work; also Tin Roofing. jer- w -LvjLj&d MERCHANT I Tg all those who I intend to purchase* a summer suit to call a shop see samples and get prices before ordering elsewhere You cannot tret a better make east or west. g^pShop on "B" ytreet.^JFj his k Livingston SECOND STREET. ft Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes: delivered daily by wagon. S i -g teen. fox $1.00 Opposite Postoffice; We keep in stock a brst-class: article of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Fish, Ffcesb Ranch Bntter and Eggs, Poultry and Y egetablea of all Kinds. THOS. P. (VtcDONALÖ 1.