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ABKIVE. I'flcifio express, (going west)...... Atlantic expies«, (going eo^t)..... J-'reiglit No. 13, (g«»ing west(...... i-iciju No. 14, (going east)....... ......11:50 p. m. ..... 1:55 p.m. .....5:55 a. m. .....8:35 p.m. DKPAKT. päcifc express, (goingwest)...... \tlM.t:r exprès», (going ea.-tj..... >i«-ii.l*t No. 11, (going west)...... J-ieigbt No. 12, (going east)----- ... f reight No. 13, (going gest)........ Freight No. 14,(going *-ast)..... .....12:15 p. m. ..... 1:25 p.m. ..... 2:Ui p. m. .....1 1 'A) a. in. _____ 8:45 a.m. AiJ tmins utop at Livingbtou for meals. LOCAL LAYOUT. Nvc «fc Co.'s building, next the bank, is to îje built of brick. K-memher tliat three dollar« worth of work ch i.c atChas. K boaton'e, watchmaker, entitles ; -,u to a tic ket to the Luu drawing, lor a $50 watch, c i posite the bang. K. R, Dean & Co. received a portion of their s ock yesterday. Orange» and lemons just re:eived at Burr & J at x o. W. E. Young is alxiut to visit the Park and tv.il make the trip one of business as we ll as pleasure. A choice lot of butter and eggs at Burr & Parks 'llie iront of Mr. Wetzsteins buiiduig begins to show signs of what it will be when complete—a handsome facade. Just received a lot of canvased hams and break fant bacon at Burr & laiko. Flannery, of the Brewery Headquarters, lias Improved his building by electing ii. front a wide portico or awning, whicl forms a grateful shade. Co to Burr & Park's for fresh candy and nuts. David Bamham, of Barnhamville, Minn, yesterday purchased four lots in Riverside addition, and has already commenced the erection of a residence. Any quantity of fresh lemon« at People's Cash Croce... F. L. Greene, who, wit IF W/L. Peck, of this trwn, is proprietor of ItheHead %g m - t # • qui.rters Hotel at Li hugs, came up the road yesterday. Fine lemons at Donovan's. The finest pair of hordes that'we have gjifed upon for some timi were those S. A. Oliver w is driving abo it town veste: - day attache 1 t) an Amemury four-spring Wacom Ice cream ai Parlor Restaurant. 11:30 p. m. Ooen until Gilbert for boo' i and sbes. Dan Robertson has disposed of his in terest in the St. Paul clothing store, and now figures in tlie role of a horny-handed granger, lie has bought a fine ranch in the Shields river valley. Four dollar summer suit a Gilbert'«. Goods sold strictly at state prices at Gilbert's. Among the gut;t at the Livingston are Dr. V. T. West and James liockwe 1, of Mundun, and J. A. Middleton and W. H. Middleton, Dal las,Texas.all of whom in tend to start for tlie National Park to-day. Bett custom suits at Gillert's. Gilbert for bargain». Dr. Alton goes again to the Park to-day to attend the injured men who fell from the staging on the hotel at Mammoth Hot I prings. The condition of one of them is somewhat serious, but theMoctor hopes to bring him through all right. '•i v. o dollars and a half boots at Gilbert's. All goods at states j riejs at Gilbert's. Among the numerous building im provements around town wj notice that J. W. Stole has caused the front of the Wi nona house to rejoice in a new. covering of siding, greatly adding to its neat appear si of jincc. Keep it before the people that Goughnour is but receiving an immense st >ck cf eastern lum ber. Keep it before the people that Goughnour eon Inn ihh you an\thing in the lumber line from a piece «tf moulding to a house ready furnished. Honors are being heaped upon A. L. Love's youthful head in a way that ' does him proud." Two Board of Trade offices at the same time are abundant tribute to his business qualifications and his personal populari y. nair and plaster paris on hand at the Montana Li.ij.u r vo. 6 y dixls. ( N«*w good- anivin » at Lawrence & Stuff's hnr w* «*very daw Get their prices and loo , at their tdo«. k before purchasing elsewhere. 13 J. R. Mark* and A. G. Topliff came down from Gardiner on Sunday, and yes terday toi k tlie train for a business trip to Brzcman. Mr. Topliff says his saw min at Gardiner. is running almost night and day. To eure to call at the Montana Lumber Co.'s r.fi.« *• and j.it prices Ltfoie purtliaciug buLding u.aiU nul, Bai gains in boots end shoes at Losekamp's. In these days of Fourth of July cele bmtic u do n< t forget the Opera House, where a first-class entertainment is given every night. New performers are con stantly arriving, and a change of pro* gramme is made three times each week; an w: A. A. 8; L. 7; N. 2; 1 m. p.m. m. m. m. in. is & as be ii. Notice the progranpne for tlie Fourth of July festivities contained in this issue. It seems to embody the promise of a 10 y 1 good time, and it will be strange if it is not enjoy .\, by the whole population of Livingston, great and small, old and young. Go to the Parlor Restaurant for your ice cream Every lady or gentleman in Liviug>tcn wh> can sing, or w.to ha i any musical talent whatever, is expected to meet at Bingham s hall this afternoon, at 4 o'clock to rehearse for the musical exercises at the fourth of July^ celebration. All to whom this applies are esjiecially requester to comply with tlie request container herein. If you want a good breakfast; if you want a good dinner: if yo a want a good sapper; if vou want a good mea. at any time, gj to the Pario: Rest..u. ant. Metcalf & Co. very nearly lost a fine hirsc last Friday by falling through the bridge eight miles up the river. The ani mal was being driven by a party of toui iats, and in crossing the bridge the flooring broke, le. ting t le horse's leg through, but fortunately not hvuring him beyond a bad bruise. The di riet road supervisor should attend to i.u repair of the bridge before a more serious accident occurs t Lawrence & Stuff have secured the services of tae only Ural caj tinner iu Gallatin county aim guarantee saUoiaction in this line to customers, lb Invitations are out for the dance at Wetzstein's hall on the evening oi the Foartli. A h.a ;o party has been invited, a id the gent.em ;n who have the arrange ment in hand are confident tliat the occa sion will lie a most enjoyable one. The hull is handsomely pi tinted mid brilli antly lighted, and all in readiness to be de .ic neu »>y me uanc.ng assembly to its future u>es, as a place of amusement. Keep it before the people that Goughnour has lumber for the miliioi s. A cow-boy is not a ba l fellow under ordinary circumstances but when he takes a notion to gallop through the streets in the dead of night shooting off his mouth and his revolver, at the same time he is an luisui.cj, and an offende: )ublic pe ice. This wa» the little game several of these frolicsome gentry were flaying laat night during the "wee sma' lours," and but. for the fact that when cn lorse back they are a little hard to corn 1 would have been rounde l up by the offi cers. The day when Livingston stree.s are the arena of any such ruffianism i», » r should, be past. Step int ) Lawrence A Stuff's and inspect their new Btock >i silier-pl .ted water pitchers and wait ers and glassware, without exception tlie handsom est in the to .vu. lb Yesterday was a sort of arbor day in Livingston. Lvergreen trees were planted in front of a large proportion of the busi ness houses in town and are now bowing ai l sighing :n the breeze as if they had never teen removed from their mountain homes. They add gieativ to the beauty of our streets, and it is only a matter of regret that they are not a permanent at traction, but will in a few weeks wither and fade and cease to be '*a thing of beauty.' 1 But they can be rep'aced at any ti ne with fresh cuttings. They si ion Id remind our people of the beauty of trees around their homes and incite them to make within the citv. unmitigated against the I an effort to grow them tlie & For your health tike a walk to the Apollo Spring Garden, near Riverside, and use the Apollo Spring mineral water, l^andt & Ritter, proprietor. -♦ » #«*■ - IJoare of Trade Officers. Agreeable to the provisions of the con stitution adopted last Saturday evening, an election o; officers of the Board of Trade was held last evening. Tlie polls w: re open iu Wetzstein's h ill from 7 to 9 o'clock, and thirty-three votes were cast. A. B. Curr}', G. J. Babson and G. J. Douglas acted as tellers, having been ap pointed to that duty at last meeting. The election resulted as follows; For president—A. B. Curry, 19; F. L. Miutie, 11; E. Goughnour, 8. For first vice president—E. Goughnonr, 17; F. L. Miutie, 5; A. B. Carry, 4; Willard A. Smith, 3; F. W. Wright, 2; A. L. Love, 1; Dr. Weirick. 1. For second vice president—A. L. Love, 8; F. Goughnour, 6; G. J. Babson, 5; F. L. Miutie, 4; Dr. Campbell, 2; A. B. Curry, 2, G. J. Douglas, 1; H. T. Cejier ley, 1; G. N. Smith, 1; Mr. Smith, 1. For third vice president— G. J. Babson, 7; W. S. Eterman, 4; F; L. Mintic, 3; G. N. Smith, 3; G. J. Douglass, 2; J. Eld lilge, 2; F. W. Wright, 2; J. P. Nolan, 2; A. B. Curry, 1; H. T. Ceperley, 1; M. Dean, 1 : * T TVurr. 1. Fo se rctu—~'n: k B ;s v , 27; H. Ceperley, «>; ±>. Guiry, 1; A. L. Love, 1 ; J. H. Elder, 1. For assistant secretary— G. J, Douglas, Mr. issue. a if and at at to a vou fine the ani toui but bad of aim lb at the The be its has in his the cn 1 r in of the 8; G. J. Babson, 4; H. T. Ce|»erley, 3 Wliter Ayrault. 3; J. H. Elder, 2; E Chamberlin, 2; F. J. Ward, 1. D. Donovan, 1 ; J. Eldridge, 1 ; D. B- Allen 2; Frank Bufli, 1 ; E. Goughnour, 1. For treasurer—V. L. Love, 11; G. J Babson, 4; G. J. Douglas, 4; W. A Smith, 5; H. T. Ceperley, 6, Frank Busl 1 ; G. N. Smith, 2. Tlie officers elected are. A. B. Curry president; E. Goughnour, 1st vice *presi dent; A. L. Lqye, 2d vice president; G. » Babson, 3rd vice president; Frank Bush secretary; G. J. Douglas, assistant secre tary; and A. L. Love, treasurer. After the officers had been declared elected e ich in fitting terms expressed his thanks Mr. Curry, the president, giving language to especially five sentiments. As tlie hour was late the Board th m adjourned to meet, at Wetzstein's hall next Monday evening at 8 p. m., when the various standing committees will lie appointee and regular business entered u ion. Dropped to it. It is an evident fact from large sales tlie past week, that tlie people of Living ston appreciate a huge stojK of goods to select from, and where they can get goods once more at eastern prices. At Charles Gill erl*s Iveif run innt, Main stieet, Livingston. Notice oi' Ditisolution. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Draper & Lilly is this day dissolved by mutual consent. F. W. Draper will continue in business, pay all !>.. 1 b, ..nd collect ah accounts. F. W. Draper, Joun T. Lilly. Livingston, M. T. June 29. 1883. Dentistry. Dr. Gardinier, a thoroughly competent surgeon dentist, who has practiced his profession sixteen years, has opened his office with Dr. Campbell on Second street, Livingston, where lie will be pleased to meet those who wish to consult him or have dental work performed. noli &ALE CHEAP—A . erty on Second street. DESIRABLE PROP 11. T. Cbpkrly R ( __furnished, suitable for Bingle gentlemen or .small families. (tf) il. T. Cepeklev. 1 will buy a house and lot on B. street. Leased for oi year at tftkJ per month II. T. Ceperley. 7I0R SALE.—A DESIRABLE PROPERTY ON ? Main street, next door to the post-office. Leased for one year at $75 per month. 1-tt II. T. Ceperley. t jlOR SALE—CHEAP-A DESIRABLE HOTEL propelty on Main street. Building plastered iroughout;* 12 rooms, well lighted and ventilated. Barber shop and bath rooms in basement. Now enting for $JÜÜ per mouth. il. T. Ceperley. F or sale.-one of the best business locations on Main street for sale cheap, near pnstotfice. Enquire at this office for particulars I ilOR SALE—A SQUATTERS'CLAIM ON ONE 1 of the finest Ranches in the Yellowstone Valley, located only seven miles from Livingston Forty acres fenced, a log house and a small garden with good hay lands. Can be bought very cheap, and on the best of terms. Enquire at this office. D ISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. The partnership heretofore existing between John Byard and C. J. Swanson, doing business under the firm name of Byard and Swanson, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, John Byard continuing the business, paying all debt owing by tlie firm and collecting all bills due the same. Livingston, M. T., June 25, 1883. . b JOHN BYARD. C. J. SWANSON. TySSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice is hereby given, that the firm of Chezum & Stackable is this day dissolved by mutual con sent. S. C. Chezum assumes all debts, and ail bills due said firm aie payable to him. Livingston, Mt., June 25, 1883. S. C. CHEZUM. G. W. STACKABLE. Oper a. FT o~u.se OPEN EVERY NIG HT Change of Program Three Times a Week. 3 IfcTJBW 3 DO Mr. Artlr O'Bryan. Miss Kitty Morris. Miss Mio Kasans. SPECIALTY ARTÎSTS in new Bur lesques, Songs, Dances, etc. - MONDAY, JUKE 25th, THE BEST VAUDEVILLE Entertainment West of -Chicago. New Attractions Every Week. rjlHE STAG SALOON, D E A R D 0 R F F & W fi L B O R N. Fancy and mixed drinks a specialty. Two doors south of Arcade Theatre. T. R. MAYO'S TONSORIAL PARUS Maiu Street, opjaisite Postoffice,^ / W •:V; • ' . ' . *W. - j -i I Are the Most Elegantly ^Furnished in the West. Ms But Eusrt Worte Employed. H T. Ceperley, Real Estate. RIVERSIDE ADDITION, The best evidence of the quality and popularity of property is in, tïe sdestim o r * L n iG m* m i le by (tetri'll settlers—parties who bring their families be. ore they buy a nd a re h ere to stay. We ha ve foal ay i n R i verside Add i tion^five times as man y m milles who turn their proper ty as there are in, any other Addition, in town . These people comehere with their eyes open and. money in their pockets • They are under no obligations whatever to any one • Why , then, do they bun their Residence Lots in Riv erside Addition? Simply because it is ths pleasantest and most desirable place to live. Pure Spring Water, Grassy Lawns, Natural Shade, AND GARDENS Without Irrigation, being among the attractions. We still have choice to*s at low prices. 1 am directly interested in the jropirty and can make you te ms to suit your circumstances. Come and see mebetoreyou ht up Correspondence solicited H. T. CEPERLEY, Livingston, Montana. References: First National Bank, Winona, Minn.; Reynolds Bros., Bankers* Albuquerque, N.M.; Hon. Fred. Waisen, State Treasurer Colorado; Stebbins, Mund & Co., Bankers, Livingston, M. T. Peoples' Cash Grocery. FULL LINE OF Grocers' Specialties Main St. AT LOW PRICES. D. I. DONOVAN, BUY YOUR Fancy Groceries, CANNED GOODS AND PROVISIONS OF THOMPSON BROS THEY ALSO KEEP A FULL LINE OF Î Dry ■ Goods Gents' Furnishing Goods, Quiitsand Blankets. MAIN STREET,..... LIVINGSTON. Smith, Hagy & Co.'s Mammoth Dry Goods, Groceries, and Provision STORE! PARK STREET, OPPOSITE PASSENGER DEPOT,. Iji'vi.ngstori, - IMTontansu WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALERS LV Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES* LADIES' DRESS GOODS A SPECIALTY. ALSO DEALERS IN E^eady-^Æsicie OlotliirLg^ Gents 9 burnishing Goods. Boots. Shoes , Huts, Gaps* HARDWARE, TINWARE, CROCKERY, And all kinds of Ammunition and Sportsmen's Goods. Prices Reduced 25 to 40 per cent, in order to make room for New Goods arriving daily. Gall and examine goods and get prices. Terms strictly cash..