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1 =35 p. m 1 :£ r > p. m AUUIVE. j with express, (going west)*........ -r\ï ii ntic express, (going east ;......... . _ »-•eight No. IS, (going west; ........... 9*50 n'nî 1 „ icht'No. 14, (going ............. Y:«j £ m OKPAUT. J'rcific express, (going west).......... i* nn tJrntic eA ]» ress, (going es it)..........! 1 ]? A ^ m 1 mt « Jo. 18, uotng west,........... : i0:5op. m 1 I« in lit No. 14, (going ea^t,............. «:<*) m Livingston I'ostofllce. O^n week days from 7 a. m. to 7:30 n m Sundays, from 2 to 3 p. m. r Motley order and register business trans acted Iron I 9 a m.to4. p. m. Mails goingeast and west close at 12:50 n m F. W. WRIGHT, Postmaster, MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS Mail leaves Livingston at 7:30 a m. Sundays, Tuesdays A. A. Deem, Agt. and Thursdays. LOCAL LAYOUT George Kiefer's saloon on Main street will open for business this even ing. ( hizeuin & Lisk, of the Oasis, have dissolved their business partnership. Mr. Lisk continues to operate the bus iness. Louis Strasburger, of the firm of Strasburger & Sperling, of Bozeman and Cooke, died at Los An geles, Cal., yesterday morning. E. S. Kent was very drunk and dis orderly lastevening.and officer Ryason found it nfcessary to take him to jail. This morning lie was brought before Judge Seward, fined and discharged. The daily output of the group of coal mines west of here—the Chest nut, Maxey and others adjacent—is about 100 tons. The entire product is taken by the Northern Pacific com panv for use in their engines. All former soldiers now resident in Livingston should bear in mind the meeting to be held to-morrow evening in Bingham's hall to take steps for the organization of a post of the G. A. R. and to arrange for the proper observ ar.ee of Decoration Day. It is said that the legal profession in Livingston has an addition in the pe: son of Mrs. D. II. Budlong, who was educated In law and admitted to the bar in the east. It is not under stood, however, that the lady intends to practice the profession in Montana. Hugh McAdams has received a let ter from Cornelius Judge, of Quebec, enclosing a draft for $101. to heap* plied to the building fund of the Epis- J copal church of Livingston. The money was the proceeds of a concert gotten up by Miss Annie McAdams, a sister of Mr. McAdams mentioned above, together with a few private subscription? from members of St. Matthew's church, Quebec. Messrs. Thill art and Coryell, who lately visited the Rock creek coal fields say that parties in the interest of the Union Pacific company have bonded or filed upon coal lands there to the amount of nearly 3,000 acres. There is apparently an abundance of coal there, and.of fine quality. Some of the veins are being developed, and at least one carload lias been shipped away to he tested. Campbell & Merrill have sold the lot on Main street next te D, I. Donovan's store to A. Kreiger Sc Co. for $1,500. The sale also carries with il an agree ment. on the part of the purchaser to erect half of the north wall of the brick building to be erected on the corner lot by Campbell & Merrill, and this would indicate a purpose on the part of Kreiger & Co. to put up a brick store on their newly acquired property. P. Llllienskyoldt has complained be fore Judge Seward that at Chickory a few days ago James Krippner assault ed him violently and after striking him, told him to keep away from Mill Creek Mining district or he would hang him (Lillienskyoldt) to a tree. It is asked that Krippner be placed under bonds to keep the peace and also that be he punished for the assault. Dep uty-sheriff Metcalf will go to Chick ory to arregt him. Chronicle: The attempted escape of the prisoners has been a good thing. In that it has demonstrated the weak ness of the jail. It is but fair to say that Sheriff Blakely has been aware that such an attempt was liable to be made at any time, and to bis extra force,* due credit should be givpn for having prevented this erneute. He is also aware of, and knows all the pris oners in the plot. * None of the worst characters in his charge could have escaped, anyway, as he has taken good care that they are in a secure place. The wide circle of Smith & Hagy's acquaintance will he surprised to read their dissolution notice published in this issue. Mr. Jlagy I» as disposed of of is did $2 los Interest in the business to Mr Smith, who will continue to operate the store. He will not leave Livings ton at present, though we understand it is his intention to return to his for mer home in Sioux City next autumn We notice by papers from that city that Iiis father is owner of a large amount of real estate there which has lately become very valuable by reason of the growth of that city, and Mr Hagv's return there may have some connection witli that fact. We are sorry to note his retirement groin the ranks of our business men, and hope he may yet conclude to make Livings ton his permanent home. PERSONAL POINTS. is F. L. Mintie is in Billings. George Knight left to-day for Bil lings. C. W. Hoffman of Bozeman, is in town. i/3'im McCartney of Gardiner, among the visitors in Livingston. Major Gordon, of Fort Ellis, came over the range to-day and returned by next train. Con Kohrs, the greatest of Mon tana's cattle kings, was a passenger on to-day's Pacific express. Capt. Mitchell, of Fort Ellis, and T. B. Sackett, of Bozeman, made a sort of excursion over the range to day, returning on the next train. The Press says that Mrs. J. A. Maxwell, who has been in the milli nery business in Livingston during the past year, will shortly open a store at Miles City. Col. John T. Blake, government sur veyor, passed throifgh here to-day on his way to Helena. He has been sur veying in the Tongue river valley and will complete his contract on the Crow reservation this summer. W. B. Judd, a well-known old-timer from down the valley, was in town last evening visiting Capt. Pearse and family and other friends. He has now gone up the valley to Lee's ranch to get a herd of fifty horses. J. W. Hath way, deputy internal rev enue collector, was in town yesterday and to-day. He was accompanied by a special revenue inspector who was making close inquiry into all matters J over which the department lias super vision. Miles City Press: Walter Granniss of the Shields river valley, after spend ing a few days in town renewing old acquaintances, and making arrange ments for the disposal of some prop erty belonging to his father in the old town of Miles City, will leave for his home this evening. T N are MONTANA NEWS. The man shot by Jack Long atPow derville in Custer county, died twelve hours after receiving the bullet. The Helena people have subscribed $125.000 for the Helena & Benton rail road . Wm. Bonner, who was injured by an explosion at the Elkhorn mine, died in the hospital at Helena on Sunday. Tne Husbandman is reliably inform ed that Bell & Chamberlin, owners of the Montana Belle mine at Neihart, have been offered $200,000 for their property. L. Y. Milior of Hinsdale. N. Y says he lived in Montana eight years and was a resident of Diamond City in its palmy days eighteen years ago. He writes to subscribe for this paper with the idea of coming to Montana to live again. Buying a Range. The Messrs. Ames, father and son, of Massachusets, and Thompson, of Olean, New York, have purchased of the North ern Pacific all of the odd Actions in a whole township on what is known as the Mendenhall range in Montana. There are 23,040 acres in the tow nship and they have secured half by purchase. A part of the balance they have acquired by en try under the various land law's. The object of the vast acquisition of property is to secure a sheep range. A large band will l»e shipped to the range this season. The land is* located on the Bad Route creek, on the north side of the T ellovvstone some sixteen miles ai>ove Glendive, has tine w'ater front and choice hay ground. Bad Boute creek rises in the Sheep moun tain« and flows into the Yellowstone, and always furnishes a good supply of splen did running water. It is understood the price paid for this was a lfttte oyer $2 per acre. has Good News to Smokers. Fresh cigars every day at the Cigar Factory; also a complete assortment of meerschaum pipes, cigar holders, brier pipes, and in fact anything in the smoker's outfit in the market. Home made cjgars from $40 to $100 per M. Eastern cigars from $25 to $60 per M. SPECIAL MEUTIOH. is in Go to Mayo's for baths. Try a hot or cold bath at T. R. Mayo's new rooms. Go to N. C. Matthiessen's for wall paper. T. R. Mayo has the finest bath-rooms in Livingston. Go to N. C. Matthiessen's for New Or leans molasses. Go to Sebree, Ferris & White Co., for oats, Second street. Curtains and curtain fixtures will be sold at cost at Harmon's. Fine dress bunting is being sold for 25 cents a yard at Harmon's. J list received at the Big Horn stores, a Large invoice of wall paper. In order to close out his stock, Harmon has marked all goods down to cost. A carload of oats just received at Se bree. Ferris & White Co.'s, Second street. Harmon lias a few more pairs of those fine boots and shoes wiiich he is selling at cost. Fine wool and fur hats of any color can be found at Harmon's, late Savage & Sons. Hannon has a large stock of gents' furnishing goods wiiich will be sold at cost. i More money can be made by buying qf Harmon than by digging for gold in the canyon. A pocket cigar case and five Tansill's Punch cigars for 25 cents at N. C. Mat thiessen's. Horseshoeing, new' shoes, $4 per set: resetting, $3, at Griffith's shop, lower Main street. Go to Billy Miles for baled hay, oats, wheat, barley, cheap feed, etc. At whole sale or retail. Harmon's, late Savage . & Sons, is the place where you can buy fine goods at cheap prices. Remember the place, Harmon's, sue cessor to C. W. Savage & Sons, Main street, Livingston, Montana. Fifteen thousand dollars worth of dry goods and gents' furnishing goods will be sold at cost at Harmon's. You can throw' some light upon the subject by buying one of those 90 cent stand lamps at Harmon's. A few more of those fine, California, all-wool suits can be found at Harmon's. successor to Savage & Sons. You can get w'ood sawed and split to any size and delivered, at N. Ebert's wood yard back of the Metropolitan hotel. T HE firm heretofore known as Chizoum & Lisk has this day dissolved by mutual consent. Lisk carries on the business and pays ail debts and collects all due the firm. John Lisk. Cal. Cuizeux. Livingston, May 13, 1884. N OTICE .—All persons owning houses on Clark street (Old Town) which obstruct said street are notified to remove the same forthwiih or pro ceedings will be commenced against each person owning the obstruction . Hugh MacAdams, Road Supervisor District 14. D issolution notice. heretofore existin The copartnership between Geo. N. Smitt and Will. O. Hagy under the firm style of Smith & Hagy, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Geo. N. Smith will continue the business, assum ing all obligations of the late firm and collecting all accounts due them. Geo. N. Smith. Will. O. Hagt. Livingston, M. T., May 14, 1884. All persons indebted to the late firm of Smith & Hagy are hereby requested to call at my office and settle their bills, that the accounts of the late firm may be settled as quickly as possible. Geo. N. Smith. N otice to contractors. posais willbe received until 7 p. m., May 17th Sealed pro- ] at the store of Daniel 1. Donovan, for the erection of the new Catholic church, according to plans and specifications now on file at the above named place. The right to reject any and all bids is re served. R. A. Chisholm, J. J. Donnelly, '-Committee. Dan'l. I. Donovan. | H AVING bought the island lately owned by Burton Bros., I am prepared to deliver sand to any part of town as cheap as the cheapest. Geo. T. Young. N OTICE—A grand opportunity for any one wishing to eng».ge in the general merchandise business in one of the best business towns in Mon tana. As I wish to devote my time exclusively to ranching, I will sell my store and stock, located in the tow n of Big Timber, at a bargain. For full particulars call on or address R. B. Dunham, Big Timber, Mont. N OTICE. The copartnership heretofore exist ing between Thomas P. McDonald and John II. Ilarvat, under the style of McDonaid <fe Harvat is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be conducted hereafter by Thomas P. McDonald, who will collect all moneys due the said firm aad pay all indebtedness of the*late firm. Thomas P. McDonald. John H.,IIabvat. D issolution notice.-T he partnership heretofore existing between 11. B. Blair and Daniel I. Donovan, as Blair & Donivau, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, H. B. Blair re tiring. D. I. Doiiovan will continue the business asuming all obligations of the late firm and col lecting all accounts due them. Livingston, M. T., II. B. Blaiu, April 21st, 1884. D. I. Donovan. mHE DAILY ENTERPRISE delivered to any J. part of the city by carrier for $1.25 per month. W ILLIAM HIEX, stone mason and contractor, has opened a quarry of No. 1 good fire, proof building stone opposite the machine shops, and will sell and deliver stone cheaper tium ever sold in Livingston. Defies competition. Leave or ders with Babcock & Miles. William Riek. I jlOlt SALE at a bargain, a complete restaurant ' outfit at Cooke, with a large assortment of fine groceries. Have other business on hand. Apply at o.Tce to W. F. Bidlingmayer, Cooke, Gallatin county, Montana. TfcTOTICfi OF DISSOLUTION. Notice Is here in hv given that the eopartnersnip ot Snyder. <fc DeVoe is this day dissolved by mutual cousent. V. E. Snyder will contiune the business, pay all hills contracted bv said firm, and collect all dues. Livingston, M. T„ April 14,1884. V. E. SNYDER. " B. R. DeVoe. F REIGHTING and teamirgdone on short m* tic® by N. Ebert, * * ........ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Pure Kentucky Whiskies ! And the Best Brands of Cigars. } A most elegantly appointed Sample Room in rear of the store room, where nothing Lut Special Brands ot Liquors £ and Cigars are retailed togthe trade, Also Fine Reading Room equipped with upholstered furniture, in connection. A place where gentleman will not be insulted, and where you will always get the BEST goods to be had. MAIN STREET, : : : LIVINGSTON m. T Ceperley & Ayrault, JFLEJLHi ESTATE, Fire and Life Insurance. -- ■»« ♦«»- - We have business lots improved and unimproved in desirable locations : - 4 . «» » - We have the exclusive sale of lots in Riverside Addition, acknowledged to be the most desirable residence portion of the town. Prices"and terms to suit everybody. Choice ranches for sale situated from three to sixty miles from Livingston. Valuable quartz lodes for sale in Clark's Fork, also quartz and placer mines in Emigrant, Bear and Crevice Gulches. Agents ot the New York Life, and seven- of the leading insurance companies, Correspondence solicited. Babcock & Miles, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ? AND Agricultural Implements. By the Pound or Car Load. Special attention given t to Sheet-iron and Copper work; also Tin Roofing. Jiist 23eceiTre<3. a,t Geo. T. Chambers & Co. A large invoice of goods for the Spring and Summer trade, in the line of HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, FENCE WIRE, ETC. ALSO A CARLOAD OF' O OO-FIEIEv "W ^.GO^TS. Our stock is large and varied, and we are prepared to quote prices with any hardware house in the Territory. Come and see us, GEO. T.*C II AMBERS 8t CO. Main street, Livingston. Livingston Bakery SECOND STREET. CHAS. AAlkTGhTTS, »I ] Fresh Bread, Pies and Oakes delivered daily by wagon. Sixteen for $1.00 * Y Opposite Postoffice. We keep in stock a first-class article of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Fish, FresM Ranch Butter and Eggs, Poultry and Vegetables of all Kinds. thos. p. McDonald. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR THE APOLLO SPRINGS LIVINGSTON : MONTANA A. LANDT, Prop* ■ »