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ARRIVE. raciti, cxprosa, (going west) ........... 12 a. n,. Atlantic expiât*, «going east) ........... 1 ; *• v rwisrl t Ko. IS, (going west) ............ 1 >'o. 14, (going east) ............. ^ *• m Knight No. lti, (going cast)...-, laicht No. IG, (going east).. .. DEPART. Pacific express, (goingwest).... Atlantic express, (going east).-.. i reight No. 13, (going west)..;. 1 rci^lit No. 14, «goingeast»..... Kr«-i"!it No. 15,(going went) Freight No. lfi, (going east)...... 4:io >. w. ...... 5:35 p. m. ......12:55 a. ra. ...... 1:40 a.m. ...... 1-25 a. ra. ..... 7.55 a.m. ..... 9:45 a. m .....2:00 p. m. LiviujfHtun I'oatollice. Oj au week Jays from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. SumiaiM, Iroui l to 2 p.m. Monev order and register business trans acted irom Ha in. to 5. p. m. XI «il« going east and west close at 9 p. m. F. W. WRIGHT, Postmaster, MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS Mail leaves uivingstoa at 7:3U a m. Sundays, Tuesdays and l linrsdays. -A. A. Deem, Agt. LOGAL LAYOUT The Queen of Song and Dance, Miss Lottie Alien, at tbe National 1 lieatie to-night. J. Ellis, one of Bozeman's leading merchants, is spending a few days in Livingston. Judge McFadden Fenton at tlie National Theatre to-night G. II. Carver was present at tlie meeting of the Park Improvement Company directors in New York on naturel ay. The P erless Motto and Serio Comic Vo « aiiM. Mim Lillie Harrington, at the National Theatre K -night. Kev. IV. E. Archibald returned yes terday from a visit' to Park City. He lound much more snow and cold down the valley than in Livingston. Kennedy and McBride, the great Irish teem at the National Theatre to-night. J. A. Smith, attorney at law, lias re moved his ollice from B street to tlie very pleasant and commodious room in Ayrault's building on Main street, which lias been occupied of late by the board of trade. The Acrobatic Wonder, J. Kernan, at tlie National Theatre to-night. Our latest reports stated that the train from the east, due here last night :«t 12:20, would be bore about 4 o'clock unless further delayed by the snow. That from the west would arrive somewhat later—at what time could not be certainly stated. See the gentlemen from Ireland to-niglit at the National Theatre. A day or two since a herder employ ât near Holliday's ranch just above ill« canyon suffered a fracture of his leg caused by his horse slipping and falling upon him. The bones were broken just above the ankle joint in the light leg. Dr. Alton went up from Livingston and reduced the fracture. Go to the Big Horn Stores for the cele brated Punch cigar—only 5cents. Near the railway crossing this morn ing, opposite the Headquarters board ing house, Charles Angus' horse, at tached to the bread-wagon, became l astive under tlie stimulus of the en gines that were rushing to and fro, and after a show of obstreperousness managed to catch a fall that overturned both horse and wagon. The damage was flight, , Lwl>s rbo ilfl call upon Mrs. A. IL Stephénson <.u Calender street near Mam, for bargains in niiPiM'f.v and fancy goods. Sbe is closing out her vtoek at cose. At the board of trade meeting last evening a commit*ee was directed to wait upon the road supervisor of this district, and call his atteution to the necessity of improving the road through the lower canyon of the Yel lowstone, It appears that that officer lias lull power and means lo make the improvement, and that it his duty to do so. Mrs. A. II. Stopheson is selling cut her stock of millinery and tuucy goods ac greatly reduced piic.s. L. Taylor, general townsite agent of the Northern Pacific and one of the most agreeable gentlemen connected with the company, spent yesterday in town, and lias been here all day wait ing for the west bound train. Mr. Taylor joins in the belief that Liv ingston will enjoy very lively business during the coming spring and summer, and that tunes throughout the country are to be good during tne year. Go toBilly Miles for baled hay, oats, wheat barley chop lecd, etc. At wholesale or retail D. J. Kennelly accompanied by his wife, children and servant is among late arrivals at the Brunswick. Mr. Kennelly is originally an Englishman, but has spent much of his life in the Colonies, particularly Canada and India, engaged in' railroad build ing. lie comes to this country with out any definine location in view, and lias stopped at Livingston for the present, and may remain heie perma nently. He is a gentleman whom our citizens would be glad to i.umber as one of them. Go to N. C Matthias sen'« for meerschaum pij«s, cigar holders and all kind« of smokers' uriicies. , • Four new performers will make their first appearance at the National Theatre this evening, in addition to John Kernan, who lias played there only a few evenings. The Thuzets and the Fentons—the tried favorites— are retained and with the addition of this aggregation of new talent a very strong cornpauy is made up and a fine entertainment assured. Valentines at N. C. Mattliiessen's, both l>eautiful and absurd. Horseshoeing, new shoes, $4 per set; re setting, $3, at Griffith's shop, lower Main street. It has corne to our notice that a family in the »Id town is in a state of destitution and suffering. They are Swedes, North or Nord by name. The wife was lately confiued and still re mains ill, and the husband is forced to remain at home and attend to the wants of her and their child. We are told that they are but poorly protected agninst the inclemency of the weather and are scantily provided with neces sary food. There is an urgent oppor tunity for the exeiclse of practical charity which some one should look after immediately, Collection of ai; kinds carefully atlended to hv Morris Cook. Fresh Oysters at the Big Horn Store«. The season is so far advanced with out any move in that direction being made that it seems mo^t improbable that Livingston will be provided this year with hotel accommodations of any improved class, such as the town will require, This outlook is most deplor able. The lack of a hotel suitable for tlie accommodation of those who will pass through Livingston during the season of tourist travel, means the loss of thousands of dollars that would otherwise be spent in the town. Go to the Big Horn Stores for fresh oysters Hot drinks and beef tea at Jim Kane's place. I). E. Fogarty, vice president of the First National bank, has returned from his visit to Washington, New York and Boston. He reports that the bill granting tlie right of way through the park for the Cinnabar & Clark's Fork railway, in which he is interested, lias been introduced into both branches of congress and referred to committees, from whom he thinks it will receive favorable consideration. He feels very confident that the bill will pass, and if so* work will be begun ou the railroad next summer. The eastern capitalists who are interested in the enterprise will be here in May to inaugurate the work, j Delicious beef tea' and all kinds of hot drinks at Jim Kane's place. N C Matthieu sen, of the Big Horn Grocery Stores, is tlie only grocery man who gives his whole attention to that exclusive busi ne*.*,therefore Ins stock is large,complete,and the liest, which accounts lor tlie large trade lie enjoys, and the good satisfaction he gives to all who deal with him. Our Need of .Schools. One week from Saturday the elect-« ors of Livingston school district will be called upon by their votes to auth orize the board of trustees to pledge the credit of the district for the erec tion of a school building. What this means must be universally understood. The district is not now in position to pay from its own immediate resources for such an institution, therefore bonds will be issued conditioned for the payment of the sum after a term of years when the town shall have become vastly more rich and popu lous than at present. Meantime these bonds will be converted into cash, the building erected, and Livingston wiil enjoy the benefit thereof. It does not seem piobable that any opposition will be offered to this proposition. Our citizens are so universally intel ligent and so thoroughly alive to the interests of their town that they must readily appreciate tho necessity of providing better educational facilities as soon as possible. For a town of Livingston's size and petentions we are miserably provided with schools. The main difficulty arises from the fact that the only available school rooms are of such character and so lo cated as to preclude the possibility of conducting the schools on a proper system according to accepted educa tional principles. Montana towns are remarkable for their support of good schools and the population of the territory was noted at the last census for presenting a very low comparative percentage of illiteracy. Livingston is behind other towns of tlie terri tory in this regard. We cannot name s a community of nearly this size in Montana that is so ill supplied with educational advan tages. This can not but militate to our injury. The class of settles who •ome to Montana are tor the mest p ' ••• %;• ?v*.JL-Y4b-Jh 'figs t È. those who give keen attention to the social and public institutions of the places to which their attention may be called. If they have children, good schools will outweigh many disadvan tages. Just as soon as arrangements can possibly be made, this town shoulc be provided with a commodious schoo building, with a corps of competent trained teachers. Such an institution would supply the needs of the town, and draw to it pupils from the sur rounding country. Our board of trus tees, in asking authority to raise funds fur the erection of such a building, are making a move long ago demanded, and one In which they should have the support of all citizens. Such author ity was granted nearly a year ago, but because the proceedings were not in accordance with legal requirements, it was as if nothing had been done. Every step in the present process is being conducted so carefully that when the-affirmative vote shall have been given, the board of trustees will be in readiness to safely make arrangements for the erection of the building. The matter is sp clearly a public necessity that we feel sure no opposition will be offered. Ladies Night at th« Rink. This will be "Ladies Night" at the roller skating rink and an exception ally good time is expected. Jas. E. Mintie will superintend the arrange ments and manage the entertainment. The rink will be well warmed and made thoroughly comfortable. Every body is requested to attend. Those having skates of their own will please take them along. 4—NEW STARS-4 At the National Theatre on Thursday night. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that M. G. Mulkern and P. VV. Gallagher, heretofore doing busi ness under the firm name of Mulkern & Gal lagher, have this day dissolved partnership by mutual consent, P. W. Gallagher will continue the business as heretofore, pay all bills against said firm, and collect all dues outstanding. M. C. Melkern, P. W. Gallagher. Livingston, M. T., February 6, 1884. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that Pete C. Robinson and John II. Cowman, doing business under the firm name uf P. C. Robinson & Co., ie this day dis solved bv mnturl consent. John C. Bowman con tinues the business and pays all bills ; P. C. Rob inson collecte all bills. P. C. Robinson. John C. Bowkan. Livingston, Mont, January 23,1884. Notice of Election. An election will be held February 23, 1884, between the hours of 12 in. and 5 p. m. of said day. in the school room in Livingston, Gallatin county, MoiPana^ for the purpose of allowing the tax-payers of Livingston school district to vote Bonds Yes or Bonds No on the proposition to bond Livingston school district Iso. 30, Gallatin oounty, Montana, for the sum of Seven Thousand Dollars ($7,000) with which to build a school house in said district By order of Board of Trustees. • G. W. Grant, Clerk. February 2,1884. For Rent. The lower story and cellar of Carr's build ing, on Main street, is for rent. Apply to B. J. Carr, at Judge Budlong's office. Freighting. The undersi gned have twenty heavy work teams which they desire to employ during the winter in freighting or contract work ot any description. Apply at the Metropolitan hotel, Livingston, Mont. P.W. Gallagher, J P. McDonald. For Sale. Blacksmith shop and tools, good location and good run of business. For particulars inquire at this office Ice ! Ice ! ! White, Mercer & Co , will again daliver ice to the multitude during the coming sea son. They will also handle on and after May 1, Milwaukee, Bozeman and Billings beer. Drcatmiaking. Mrs. N. Davenport wishes to announce to lier Jriends that she is now prepared to do dressmaking and fancy sewing at her resi dence, next door to the Cafe restaurant. The Indies will- find on the first trial that Mrs. Davenport's work is of a superior character and reasonable price. Ice Again. Parties who do not contract for ice before the first of March can then obtain ice in quantities above 50 pounds per day at the rate of 75 cents per 100 weight, and tor less than AÔ pounds at $1 per hundred. Call at t he Aj folo Springs Brewery. A. Landt, Prop. Ollice Rooms to Rent. Over Smith & Hagy's store on Main street. Apply to Smith & Hagy. _■ iïay Frees tor .sale. A P. K. Deitriek, \4xl8, over circle hay press lor sale. As good as ue\v. Apply to È. Gouvhnour. To Loan. $5,000 to loan on good security, from 1 to 5 years. P. W. Gallagher. Metropolitan Hotel. WAKEFIELD & HOFFMAN'S Carrying U-S. Mail between Livingston and Mammoth Hot Springs, via C hickory, Ciunabar and Gardiner, running iu one day, leaves ingston SUNDAY. TUESDAY AND THURSDAY, of each week, at 7:30 a. in. through iu ' ' - Liv quit A NEW DEPARTURE. BLAIR & DONOVAN, The Cash Grocers. Have reduced prices on every thing since January 1, and will sell out their present stock for less money than ever, but it takes CASH to buy their goods. This rule applies to everybody, friend or foe. They do not pub lish a list of prices for the ben efit of competitors, but will be pleased to have you bring the lowest prices quoted and they will show you that their cash system takes the cake for low prices. BLAIR & DONOVAN Livingston Bakery SECOND STREET. Plop Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes delivered daily by wagon. I^T'Speeial inducements offered to Hotels and Boardinghouses. TWOHY BROS. & CHISHOLM, Commission Merchants AND ^WHOLESALE DEALES3 IN Flour, Feed and Provisions. Apples and Other Fruits in Car Lots. Corner Main and Lewis Streets. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. Merchant Tailor. Suits made in the Latest Style, and a Sure Fit always guaranteed. Also dealer in Overcoats at Cost for next 30 days Livingston, Montana. G.T. Chambers & Co gal' [ W ■ $f§ 4# HI mf Ll . », ,