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ABRITE. r . r jtfr expreß. (JCoing ««*»*) ...... u u tic fxpie.-is (going east)..... Kro'iiiit No. 13, (going wc«t(...... height No. H. (goingeast)....... DEPAKT. ru if.c cxpr.v-p, (going weet)...... a Vi i, i tic cxpiwe, (going east)..... V,,j ht No. 11, (going west)...... vu-K.it No. 12, (going east)....... v iu 'm No. Jo, (going gest)....... ifj.j.rht No. 14 , (going east)........ (if tii'ius stop at Livingston for ,11:50 p. m . 1:55 p. m 5:55 a. rn 8:35 p. m. ......12:15 p. m. ..... 1:25 p.m. ...... 2:00 p. m. ____11 :45 a. rn. ..... 6:45 a. m. ..... 9:15 p.m. meal*. LOCAL LAYOUT. A L. Brown is erecting a building in the Montana Lumber Company's yard for the storage of the company's lime. Remember that. three dollars worth of work oi e ateiia*. F. Laston's, watchmaker, entitles vou o a ticket to the free drawing, for a $50 watch. '. [ o»j:e the luiiK. Janu s Gelaty, C. W. Savage's chief oink at Miles City arrived to-day to take , iiaig<' ut the Livingston business. Arr. quantity of fretb lamous at People's Cash Warren Stilson, of the firm of Stilson & Mann, ma m arturers of effervescing waters in Billings, is in Livingston, lemon* Mt Doqovid b . Messrs. French and Dodson are erect ing a very commodious double dwelling house just east of the business portion of town. Two dollars and a half boote at Gilbert's. W. 1). Knight is expected back from bis visit to Miles City to-day. He has been delayed much longer than he ex pected to remain. (ioujhnour'» for lumbor. C. W. Savage started yesterday for a trip to Miles City. Ilis business there ;.t Living.dou keeps constantly. him traveling 1 Tour dollar summer euits at Gilbert's. Wakefield & Hoffman's line of Concord coaches to run from Livingston, and later from the end of track to the Park, are to be put in operation about July 15. For lumber go to Goughnour's. The boarding cars for the Park branch track-laying force pulled out on the brauch yesterday afternoon, and to-day the work of laying iron will go forward in good earnest. Gilbert fur bargains An engine went off the track up near the Park brauch switch yesterday at noon. It so remained nearly au hour but was finally replaced on the rails with the assistance of another engine. Call on Uougbnour before buying lumber. St By a misunderstanding the eight lots sold by Fr;uik Bush a day or two ago were mentioned in yesterday's edition as being» in Park addition when they are really in the original townsite. Mr. Bush handies no property in the additions. Best custom suit» at Gilbert's. Mijor Eaton's smelter for the Republic mine in the Clark s Fork district still re mains on the cars in the Livingston yard. It is diiheult, as we understand, to get freighters to undertake its transportation to the mines in the present condition of tlu* roads and with every stream swollen Just received a lut of canvased hams and break ust bacuu at Purr & Park's. by the melting snows. C'apt. John Smith, the bonanza saloon man oi Montana, is about to move a stock ot hijuors and cigars into the Park, where he has the bar privileges. He will have everything in readiness for busiuess by "Uly loth, which is the date for the open lu £ of Park Improvement company's hotels for the accommodation of tourists. VJoodö »old strictly at state prices at Gilbert's. About August 1st President Arthur will leave Washington on a tour through the northwest, including a visit to Yellow *tone Park. So say the Washington dis patches. He will consume about six Neck» or two months on the trip. We of Livingston may therefore expect an early 'idt from the chief magistrate of the nation in addition to the other notables ^bo have already been here. All goud* at state« prices at Gilbert's. T he iron rails on about seventy miles of back on the Missouri division of the Northern Pacific are lieing replaced with This tnuk was laid in 1878 and am l °f late h is given much trouble both from the rails spreading and from their being battered and worn at the joints, thus making a rough track. As the old iron is l>emg removed it is being brought 10 Kingston to be utilized for a time on the Park branch. 60 to Burr * for freoh candy and outs. At the meeting of the Board of Trade next Monday evening the committee of citizens appointed to secure the improve ment of the White Sulphur Springs road will report what has been done and give an account of all monies received aed ex ])cndcd in this behalf. Every person in terested in the matter, either by contribu tion of money or otherwise, should make it a point to be present. Park"*" " d lemOM jU8t receiTed ^ Burr A Yesterday afternoon Sam Le Roy and Gus Losekainp went in search of the horse and saddle which the former was forced to abandon in his journey to the mountain peak to unfurl the Fourth of July banner, which journey closely resembled and proved almost as perilous and eventful as that of the hero of Longfellow's poem "Excelsior." The horse was found yester day but was so full of natural cussedness that when held by the pickett rope the animal made a bolt which drew the rope through Mr. Le Roy 's hands so rapidly that it left his palms almost covered with blood blisters. The last end of the flag trip and its consequences was almost as bad as the first. T Ha ! r "* d P la8t< * r paris on hand at the Montana Lumber Co. a yards. On Wednesday evening ten car-loads of silver bullion passed through Livingston, and last evening twenty-six car loads of the same precious stuff came in from the west. This is a portion of the shipment of 1,000,000 pounds of bullion from the mines in the vicinity of Helena shipped on the 4th of July and bound for the re fining works at Newark, N. J. This is the first bullion shipped from Helena over the Northern Pacific, and may be consid ered the vanguard of many such ship ments of precious metals from Montana mines. This, however, is not the first consignment of Montana bullion to pass over the Northern Pacific. During last winter several car-loads of bullion from the Barker mines were shipped from Bil lings. Be sure to call at the Montana Lumber Co.'s office and get prices before purchasing building material. We Notice. That when complete, the town jail will be as secure as a state's prison. That railroad travel both east and west shows no sign of abatement. That the hotels in Livingston are all crowded to their utmost capacity. That merchants in town are doing a good trade. That real estate agents are full of busi ness. That we ought to have a daily mail from Livingston to the Park. That there is no complaint about the heat these days. That everyone who eomes to Livingston is mightily pleased with the town. That there is much talk among railroad men that the Benton branch will be started from Livingston before many months. That the Opera House draw's a crowd every night. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Bids will be received at my office—where plans and specifications may be seen—until Friday noon, J uly ibth, 1883, for the erection of a Methodist Episcopal Church in Livingston, Montana. The righf to reject any and all nid» is reserved. H. T. CE REKLET, Secretary of the Board of Trustees. Livingston, Al. T., J uiy 6 , 1888. 29-1w. New goods arriving at Lawrence & Stuff's hard ware depot every day. Get their prices and look at taeir stock before purchasing elsewhere. 18 Lawrence A Stuff have secured the services of the only first-class tinner in Gallatiu county and guarantee satisfaction in this Une to customers. 18 Gilbert for boots and ahes. Step into Lawrence A Stuff's and inspect their new stock of silver-plated water pitchers and wait era and glassware, without exception the handsom- est in the town. . 18 - ^ ► — -— Card of Thanks. James Fowlie would thank bis many frends in Livingston for their liberal pat ronage last evening at his opening dance. Dropped to it. It is an evident fact from large sales the past week, that the people of Living ston appreciate a large stock of goods to select from, and where they can get goods once more at eastern prices. At Charles Gilliert's Evergreen Iront, Main street, Livingstqp. LORINC & CO., Proprietor! of the ,T EDGE SAMPLE ROOMS. CHOICEST HUES, LIPBS and CISABS. Princely fnrniabed parlor room in connection. maik KI R EXT, • UtlWaiOK, Don't Buy any more Liquors or Cigars un til you see the mam moth stock of <50 CO. WHO HAVE THIS SPACE RESERVED. a K OOMS FOR RENT-FURNISHED OR UN furnished, euiUble for single gentlemen or small families. (tf) H. T. Cbpbkle . I TtOR SALE—CHEAP—A DESIRABLE HOTEL * property on Main street. Building plastered throughout; 12 rooms, well lighted and ve " tll "^ d ; Barber shop and bath rooms in basement. Now renting for $200 per month. H. '1. Cbpkblb y. F or sale.—one of the best business locations on Main street for sale cheap, near postoffice. Enquire at this office for particulars. F or sale-a squatters'claim on one of the finest Ranches in the Yellowstone Valley, located only seven milos from Livingston. Forty acres fenced, a log house and a small garden with good hay lands. Can be bought very cheap, and on tae best of terms. Enquire at this office. jySSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. The partnership heretofore existing between John Bvard and C. J. Swanson, doing business under the firm name of Byard and Swanson, is this dav dissolved by mutual _ consent, J obn iSyara continuing the business, paying all debt owing by the firm and collecting all bills due the same. Livingston, M. T., 35,»^ BTARD C. J. SWANSON. D ISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice is hereby given, that the firm of Cbezum & Stackable is this day dissolved by mutual con sent. S. O. Cbezum assumes all debts, ana all bills due said firm are payable to him. Livingston, SU., June 35,1881 CHEZUM G. W. STACKABLE. OPERA HOUSE, Livingston, - * Montana. The only first-class Vaudeville Theatre West of Chicago. TUESDAY NIGHT, JULY 4' First appearance of Ocie Hall, The Standard Comedian and Prince of Acrobats, in his Zig-Zag Evolutions and his Black and White face challenge sbecialities. New Attractions Weekly! CIPlS EVERT NICHT THE TEAS ROMD. DELIGHTED AUDIENCES! CROWDED HOUSES! Change of Program Tri-Weekly - i Meters. GALLOWAY & 7RUAX, Prop«. Jam. H. Rousts, Director of Amusement«. H T. Ceperley, Real Estate. RIVERSIDE ADDITION, The best evidence of the quality and popularity of property is in t'teselection of limitions m wie by actual settlers—parties who bring their families before they buy and are here to stay . We have to-day in Riverside Addi tion five limes as many ramilles who own their proper ty as there afe in any other Addition in town. These people comehere with their eyes open and. money in t L >eir pockets • They are under no obligations whatever to any one • Why, then, do they buy their Residence Lots in Riv erside Addition? Simply because it is the 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 lots at low prices. 1 am directly interested inthepropirty and can make you te ms to suit your circumstances . Come and seemebe/oreyou buy. Correspondence solicited H. T. CEPERLEY, Livingston, Montana. References: First National Bank, Winona, Minn.; Reynolds Bros., Bankers, Albuquerque, N.M.; Hon. Fred. Walsen, State Treasurer Colorado; Stebbins, Mund 6 Co., Bankers, Livingston, M. T. Peoples' Cash Grocery. full Line of 5 « * AT Main St. LOW PRICES. O. I. DONOVAN