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ARRIVE. rncili« express, (going west) ...........12:30 a. m Ai:antic express, (going east)........... 1 :» a. m £St So* 13, (going west)............11:56 p. m Vrei'ht No. 14, (going east)............. 7::» a. m. Fici^Ut No. 16, (going east)............ 4:15 p. m. Freight No. 16, (going cast)............ 5:35 p. m. * * DEPART. Pacific express, (going weet)............12:55 a. m. Atlantic express, (going east)........... 1:40 a. m. j. rvi-'bt No. 13, (going west)............ 1:25 a. m. Freight No. 14, (going eaet,............. 7:55 a. m. Freight No. 15,(going west)............. 9:45 a. m Freight No. 16, (going east)............ 2:00 p. m. Livingston Postoffice. Open week days from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. Sundays, Irom l to 2 p. in. Money order and register business trans acted f rom 9 a ui. to 4. p. in. Mails going east and west close at 9 p m. F. W. YVRIGHT, Postmaster, MAMMUTI1 HOT SPRINGS Mail leaves Livingston at 7:30 a m. Sundays, Tuesdays and '1 hursdavs. * A.A.I)EEM,Agt L00AL LAYOUT This is St. Patrick's day. Go to the Big Horn Stores lor the cele butted Punch cigar—only 5 cents. Henry F»auk is back from his trip eastward. Try a hot or cold bath at T. R. Mayo's new rooms. W. H. Frye leaves to morrow for YV hue Sulphur Springs. Go to John O. Sax'* for pure home made taffy and other candies. YVillianiC. Cannon, one of the as sistant superintendents of the M otional Park, is paying Livingston a visit. T. R Mayo lias the finest bath-rooms in Livingston. Hon. H. J. YVright of Shields ltiver was among the many visitors who enjoyed yesterday in Livingston. Fresh Oysters at the Big Horn Stores. C. P. Blakely, sheriff of the county, and II. P. Vivion, one of the leading attorneys of Bozeman spent yester day in Livingston. Go to Mayo's for baths. 0. H. Manley informs hs that Liv ingston will receive a large addition to her population this spring from Jamestown, Dakota. Horseshoeing, new shoes, $4 per set; re setting, $3, at Griffith's shop, lower Main street. Y\ r e regret to learn that G. L. Hen derson, assistant superintendent of the Park, has been unwell for some time but is now recovering. Delicious beef tea and all kinds of hot drinks at Jim Kane's place. % If the appropriation of $210,000 needed for the improvement of the roads in the Park is granted, 500 men will be put at work as socn as the 8now goes off. John O. Sax is making choice confectionery from pu re material. Try it. The leading editorial in the Miles City Journal of Sunday is ah uncred ited extract from the Enterprise. Next time we see it we presume it will be credited to the Journal. Go to Jas. Fowlie 's sample room for the cel ebrated VV. 11. McBrayer whisky. C. H. Hendricks, Lieut. Kingman's assistant engineer in the Park, who went from here a week ago to St. Paul, gave the papers of that city and Minneapolis rome straight talk about the condition of affairs in the Park. You can get McBrayer whisky at the Sam ple Room. G. L- Henderson, of Mammoth Hot Springs, in referring in complimentary terms to our Special Edition, says if lie had 200 copies next July he could easily sell them. YY r e wish we had them to save for him. YY\ H. McBrayer whisky at Fowlie's Sam ple Room. Yesterday a freight car passed through Livingston bearing placards with the following words: ''Free contributions from tha citizens of YValla Walla, YVashington territory, to the flood sufferers at New Albana, Indiana." The car left YValla YValla a week ago. • , Hot drinks and beef tea at Jim Kane's place. The administration to two gentle men of the rite of baptism by immer sion in a stream down near Riverside addition drew out a large and admir ing crowd yesterday. The interest seemed very strong though we fear it arose more from .motives of mere curiosity than from religious sym pathy. Go to the Big Horn Stores for fresh oysters Go toN. C. Matthiessen 's for meerschaum pipes, cigar holders and all kinds of smokers' articles. Mr. and Mrs. George Haldorn spent yesterday at the Brunswick hotel. Mr. Haldorn was Northern Pacific at torney stationed at Billings, but is now making a trip over the road to look for another eligible location, and will go as far as Portland. During their visit here they were so charmed with Livingston as to be almost per suaded to remain here, and may yet return and make the town their home. it is to Under the new Northern Pacific schedule to go into effect in April, passengers will be taken from St. Paul to Portland in 90 hours. Go toB'lly Miles for baled hav, oats wheat, barley chop feed, etc. At wholesale or retail J. O. Y\ r oiley, formel ly of the Northern Pacific engineer corps, but now a resiuent of Bozeman is in town to day. Later in the spring lie will remove to Cooke City and engage in engineering and surveying. The train from the west arrived at at 11:30 this morning. She was only a few hours late when she left Hel ena, but near Bedford the locomotive broke down and refused to do its work and relief was telegraphed for. The train was forced to wait until an engine was sent up from Bozaman. E. Goughnour is back from a visit to Minnesota and Iowa. He says that Livingston seems to be attracting great attention in the east and every intelligent person who learned that he was from this famous tow n was anx ious to have him detail a full descrip tion of the place and its surroundings. The county treasurer is about to be gin the summary collection of delin quent taxes. According to usual cus tom unpaid taxes are considered de linquent after December 1, but last year the time for payment was ex tended three months to March 1st. Now the extension has expired, ten per cent has been added and unpaid taxes will be collected by attachment of the property if necessary. C. F. Hobart, agent of the Park Improvement company at Mammoth Hot Springs is securing the claims of a few of the creditors there by giving mortgages upon the company's chat tels. To one a lien upon the stock of liquors has been issued, and to anoth er security upon the piano at the hotel, and so on. The carpenters who are holding the hotel wished to be se cured in the same way, but Mr. IIo bait told them he thought they had a good enough thing, if they could maintain it, without any mortgages. The seductive influence of the per fect weather yesterday combined with the fact that it was Sunday, drew a large part of our population into the country. The river bank for miles in every direction was lined with patient fishermen and the hills and slopes around were alive with pedestrians who went out ro enjoy the air or in spect the prospects for this year's banana crop. It was a field day in deed. Livingston merchants report a marked improvement in trade. E. R. Dean & Co. say that for this month their sales will double those of Feb ruary, and if all our wholesale mer chants were interviewed we have no doubt they would give reports nearly if not quite as encouraging. The open ing of spring and the mild pleasant weather begins to wake the latent live liness of this country ai.d trade imme diately quickens under its influence. Governor Crosby said a few days ago that no postoffice route had been established in Montana since his resi dence here without his endorsement. As it is susceptible of proof that h* was not consulted by the department regarding the Livingston and YVhite Sulphur Springs, his boast will not hold good in the future, whether it <iid in the past or not. T here is a proper channel through which federal concessions to the people are dispensed; that channel is the elected representa tive of the people; Governor Crosby is a government appointee, and what ever may be the respect due him or his position we should be sorry to believe that the federal patronage had been diverted from our representative to pass through the governor's hands. N C Matthiessen, of the Big Horn Grocery Stores, is the only grocery man who gives his whole attention to that exclusive busi n«u .therefore his stock is large,complete,and the liest, which accounts for the large trade he enjoys, and the goed satisfaction ne gives to all who deal with him. as to of 24, E. of in of the the to the the by the IN Notice of Dissolution. The partnership heretofore existing be tween J. C. Twohy,D. D. Twohv, M. K. his holm and R À. Chisholm* doing busi ness at Livingston as Twoliy Bros. & Chisholm is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Twohv Bros, will continue the business, and all bills will l*e collected and all debts of the former firm paid by them. J. Twour, D. D. Twohy, M. K. Cihsholm. R. A. Chisholm. Livingston, March 16,1881. Notice of Dissolution. The copartnership heretofore existing un der the firm name of YV. V. Jobes & Co., of Chickory, M.T., is this day dissolved by mu tual consent. All accounts dne the firm and all bills against the firm will be «ettléd by E. N. Edwards. , YV. V. Jobe*, _ K. ,N. EnwAitir. Dated February 33,1884. to be at Freighting;. The undersigned have twenty heavy work teams which they de^irr to employ during the winter in freighting or contract work oi any description. Apply at the Metropoliten hotel, Livingston, Mont. P.W. Gallagher, J P. McDonald. To Loan. $5,000 to loan on good seeurhy, from 1 to 5 years. P. YV. Gallagher. Metropolitan Hotel. IVDTICE.—Notice is hereby given that the Ly undersigned taxpayers and residents of the territory hereinafter described, will ap pear at 1C o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter as council can be heard, on Monday, the fourteenth day of April, 1884, during the regular term of the district court of the first judicial district of the territory of Montana, to incjrporate a» a town the following de scribed property, to-jvit: The north \\ the S. YV. * ; the N. W * of the S. E. * , and lot 1 and 2 of Section 13; and the west g of the N. W. )» , and lots 1 and 2 of Section 24, and the S. E. & of Section 14, and theS. E. )» of Section 12, of Township 2, south, Range 9, east, and lots 1, 2 and 3 of fractional Section 18, Township 2 south, Range 10 east of Gallatin county, territory of Montana The name of said town to "be Livingston The survey, map and census of the above described territory, required by the statute in that behalf, and the affidavits verifying tiie same have been left at the office of Cep erly & Ayrault, in the so called town of Liv ingston, where they are subject to examina tion from 9 a. in. to 5p. m. daily by any per son interested therein Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Geo. T. Chambers, A. L. Love, F. W. YVright, YVill 0. IIagt, J. E. Hexdry. A LIAS SUMMONS.—In the District Conrt, of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Montana in and for the county of Gallatin. Laura McCormick, plaintiff against James McOormick, defendant. Action brought in the District Court of the First Juoicial District of the Territory of Montaua, in and for the county of Gallatin, and the complaint filed in said county of Gallatin, in the office of the clerk of said District court. The people of the Territory of Montana, send greeting to James McCormick, the above named defendant: You are hereby required to aopear in an action brought against yon by the above named plain tiff, in the District Court of the First Judicial District of the Territory oi Montana, in and for the said county of Gallatin, and to answer the com plaint filed therein, within ten days [exclusive of the dav of service] after the service on you of this summons—if served within this county; or if served out of this county, but in this district, then within twenty days ; otherwise within forty days —or judgment by default will be taken asainßt von, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of this court dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between the plaintiff and defendant and that the plaintiff mav resume her maiden name of Laura Morris, and for any further relief the court may award to plaintiff, as will more fully appear by reference to the complaint on file herein. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff w ill apply to the court for the relief demanded in her complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the Dis trict Court of the First Judicial Dis trict of the Territory of Montana, in [seal.] and for the said county of Gallatin.this 29th day of February in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-four. TnEo. Muffly, Clerk. By E. M. Gardner, Deputy Clerk. James A. Smith, Atty for Fill. jVTOTICE OF FORFEITURE OF MINING IN Interest. Territory of Montaua, County of Gallatin, 1884. To John Walch, John McCarthy and John C. Rogers & Co. : You are hereby noti fied that we have expended one hundred [$100.00] dollars in labor and improvements upon the Chipmunk lode, as will appear by certificate filed January 8, 1884, in the office of recorder of said county itt order to hold said premises under the provisions of section twenty-three hundred and twentv-fonr (2324) of the revised statutes of the Uqite'd States, being the amount required to hold the same for the vear ending December 31,1883. And if within ninety (90) days from the service of this notice (or within ninety (90) days after this notice by publication) you fail or refuse to con tribute vonr proportion of such expenditure as co-owner rour interest in said claim will become the property of the subscribers under said section 2324. Thos. Ackles. I Henry W. Snibley. Settlement to be made at this office. Wed. Jan. 10. BONDS. The trustees of School District No. 30, Gal. latin county, Montana, offer for sale to the highest bidder, bonds of the district to the amount of seven thousand ($7,000.00) dollars, payable in fifteen years, redeemable after ten years at the option of the board of trustees, and bearing interest at the rate of seven (7) per cent, per annum, payable annually at the office of the county treasurer in Bozeman. The above district* comprises the town of Livingston and the adjacent country, and these bonds are issued in accordance with t he provisions of an act passed at the last session ofthe Territorial Legislature, entitled "An act to authorize sch«*ol trustees to issue bonds to build or provideschool houses," and were voted by the district at an election held on the twenty-third day of February. 1884 The bonds cannot be sold for less than their par value. The board reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Bids will be received until the first day of April, 1884, and should be addressed to E. Goughnour, Chairman Board of Trustees, Livingston, Montana, Livingston. M T„ February 25, 1884, S UMMONS.—Territory of Montana comity of Gallatin, ss. In Justice conrt, before Newton Seward, Justice of tho Peace. Matt J. Meehan, Ressie Dickinson, William S. Eberman, plain tiffs, vs. Porter & Eldridge, (copartners], whose Christian namesare unknown, defend ants. The Territory of Montana to Por ter & Eldridge: You are hereby commanded to be and appear before the undersigned, one of the Justices of the Peace in tnd for said county, on the 23rd dav of March, 1884, or within ten days thereafter,* at 10 o'clock a. m. at my office at Livingston, in said county. Tho above action was bronght to recover the sum of $21.00 for three months advertising, tor the months of September, October and November, 1883 also subscription for the Weekly Tribune $2* total, $23.00. And you are hereby notified, .that if you fail to appear and answer to the plain tiff's complaint, the said plaintiff will take judg ment against vou in the sum of twenty-three dol lars an3 costs'of this action. . ' Given under my hand tbi3 2oth day of Feb rnarv 1884 NEWTON SEWARD, ruarj, iw*. justice of the Peace. WAKEFIELD & HOFFMAN'S Sie & Express Line Carrying U. S. Mail between Livingston and Mammoth Hot Springs, via Chickory, Cinnabar and Gardiner, running through in one daV, leaves Livingston SUNDAY, TUESDAY AND THURSDAY, of each week, at 7:30 a. in. l^fFor Passenger and Express Rates en quire at the office of the N. P. Coal Co., SKsxmd Street. A. A. DEEM, Agent. Montana Lumber COMPANY. orncEES : W. C. Edwards, Pre«t., SL Paul, Mins. J. R. nATHWAY. Vice-Prest, Billings. F. L. Mi. nt ie, Sec. and Treaa., Livingaton Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Lumber ! ! LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS, WINDOWS, Building Paper,Etc. YARDS AT Billings and Livingston. P. L. MINTIE, Manager Livingaton Yard. Livingston Bakery ! SECOND STREET. Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes delivered daily by wagon. Sixteen. Hoarves for ^1.00 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, - • • « ß MontaoaJj G.T. Chambers & Co i\ c o ) : n Cut » TO CLOSE OUT.