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abuive. I «rill. expr« p<*. (JL-Oinjr Wfstr............1:3r> p. m 1 .lir ,,V|,1.«. .P»n? ™* >........... 1 » »■ 5 , r . i.r!it Nu. 13, l going west) ..... 'ht Nu. 14* lg'>»'g east) ....... IlKPART. J I* ...9:50 p. m 7:5lü a. tu ^Sÿ«:::::::::: , t N«.. M, «going went)....*. ....... Himop.m !, i .lit No 14, igoiug east; ............. 9:00 a. m t| . , "" t ________ :30 p. m. J.I» ill« "tOUl (hieii week days Irom 7 a. iu. to 7;. umiuavL Iroin % J> to 3 p.m. Muiu'y urder ami register business trans acted i rom y» »'*• to4. p. in. Mails «oing east and west close at 12:50 p m. K. w. WRIGHT, Postmaster, LOCAL LAYOUT wool continue* to arrive 1'eieI lan!" i|uantitles. Freight from lu re to hite Sulphur firings is 85 cents pet hundred. To-morrow is the .anniversary of tin* lioiy feast of Corpus Christi. All lovers of base ball will meet to-' ni^lit ovt r Cornwell So Locke's saloon s o'clock for the purpose of organ! 7 ition. The assessment for Gallatin'county this year is expected to reach some what heyoml #5.000,000. Last yearjit t, ll below that ligure. Tind Yellowstone at this point was l,i tf |ier yesterday than at any time this year and hut little, if any. lower than llie'higliest stage of last year. The Lent lit ball for the Livingston brass band which was to have been given on Friday evening next, lias been postponed until the latter part of next week. Messrs. Anbacli &. Moore have rent <•<1 the whole upper story of the build-1 iiig, the lower story of which they now occupy. They will bring their families here fiom Chicago. D. K. Buchanan has obtained the cable upon which to suspend the span iu his bridge over the main river and is at work upon it. In but a few da>s| as 150. The rolling stock of the road, I if made up in one solid train, would occupy fifty-six miles of track. One of the most interesting features of the June number of the Magazine | of American History is an account of travel between the two sides of the river will begin. The Northern Pacific is the longest railroad in the world. An averagej>f ](M) trains are constantly moving upon it. Sometimes the number is asjiigh the "Discovery of the Y'ellowstone National Puk" by P. Koch, of Boze man—for surely there is no other of the name so fully acquainted with the subject. Captain Dan Edwards has a force of men at work upon the claim in Emi grant Gulch upon which is located the peculiar spring which deposits such large quantities of native copper. The work is expected to develop the lead where aims copper deposits have their I origin. A. J. Bent has lately received some handsome specimens of ore consisting of rich silver-bearing galena in con junction with quartz showing free gold. The specimens came from newly discovered leads in Mill creek. I located in the tu*mes of Mr. Bent and associates. The Northern Pacific freight and passenger receipts at the Livingston office have for some time past aver aged about #1,000 per day or #30,000 is monthly. Ibis is a very large busi ,,e88 a,,d miikes Livingston one of the ïi iipoi tant stations on the road, | and in Montana second to only Hel cna. Horn: On the 11th of June, 1884, to Mr.and Mrs. It. II. Norton of Liv ingston, twins, a son and a daughter. Hie mother and lmbies are all flour isliing, an 1 Mr. Norton Is not iu the lightest degree overwhelmed by this •tecession to his family but evidently led* twice as proud and twice as ,la lTy as under ordinary circum stances. A. L. Love emphatically denies that * ,e * ,!ls retired from the receivership n t the National Park Improvement Company, and says he does not intend tu do so except in Hie event of a de cision in the courts vacating his ap pointment. Such a suit is now in pro k ,< s sat the instance of Mr. Huhne in tl>e New Jersey court \v licit appoint or. Love receiver, ^ e * lave strong confidence that the ^uiifeieiice now* in progress in St. '*"1 between C. T. Hobart. G. B. ilulnie, c. W. Hoffman and the 01 them Pacific officials will result in dîn **' 1 ^ tl,e *fc an early ^ ^oiior before the first of July. ^summation will be hailed mvtisai satiolaction. in for F. p. m »■ 5 p. m a. tu —- ■■•-- — conveniences, they w a. m . . with the trip, several m. A large |uuty of tourists returned from the Burk by the train this fore noon. Notwithstanding that they had not been able to visit the most inter esting |iorfion of the Park and that they had been subjected to some in ere well pleased of them saying they would not have missed it for any cousi ieration; . . . A great part of the large passenger traffic now enjoyed by Woolsey's stage m. .. ...... „ . . L | ll,ie to White bii[pliur Springs consists oT eastern people who are going into I the couuti v north of here to settle the .Smith river valley, the upper Mus selshel , valley alul the uppel . po Ition of Shield* river valley. A fen' are going into the mining camps but the majority will engage in some depatt of | ment of husbandry. to-' was lias of PERSONAL POINTS. Harry Ilorr. of Cinnabar,] came down the Park branch to-day. George W. Savage went west to day bouuu for bis Coeur d'Alene mine. J. M. Holt, a leading stock man of eastern Montana, was iu town yester day and to-day. W. Y. Smith, county assessor, is in town this week attending to the duties of bis position. Col. Johnson, attorney-general of the territory, was on to-day's train re turning from St. Paul. D. E. Fogarty accompanied by J. S. Board man and Miss Boardman of New 'ork arrived to-day fiom St. Paul. J. K. Pardee went up the' river yes terday and will spend a week in the mining districts of the upper Yellow stone. Mr. Wolf, the mining expert upon whose recommendation A. M. Holter bought the Gold Leaf, is now in Em igrant Gulch district. The following guests were at the Albemarle today: W. F. Ilinz, Filield, Wis.; Willis Hand, Phillips, Wis.; Bas com O'Hair and W. R. Grogan, Greencastle, Ind.; Gen. Jas. Barnett, Cleveland, Ohio; Jl II. I Jones, member of the San Francisco Stock Exchange; Mr. and Mrs. Per kins end Mr. and Mrs. Brekenn, New York, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hill, | Chicago, Admitted to the Bar. Yesterctoy D. J. Kennelly, Esq., propri etor of the Mission Dairy farm,' was ad mitted to practice as an attorney in all the courts of Montana. Mr. Kennelly is an English barrister and has his certifi cate as such, but as that certificate is a foreign document, it was not accepted by the supreme court of Montana as a suffi cient warrant for admission. Judge Co burn appointed three attorneys as a board I of cxamint,rs aml u l ,on their rc l K,rt of Mr ' Kennelly'» knowledge of the law he was admitted to practice. Dairy Machinery. To-day a carload of machinery, includ ing a small engine, arrived consigned to I). J. Kennelly. It is for use at his Mis I siou Dairy in the process of cream and butter making. By its use the milk is taken from the cow' and converted into butter ready for the market without be ing touched by the hand. By this pro cess the fresh milk, warm from the cow*, is worked in ceutrifrugals driven at a great speed and in fifteen minutes every parti cle of cream has been extracted lrom it. | r^ ie c j iurns ^ also driven by steam as are also the butter workers,so that the old creamery process of handling milk, cream and butter is vastly improved upon. By the employment of such means it is ap parent that if the milk as it comes from the cow is pure and sw eet the butter pro duced from it within a little time after must be equally free from any taint of Impurity. Mr. Kennelly finds that the butter he has been marketing is appre ciated to the extent of commanding prices largely in advance of any other, and ex pects that made by the new* process to meet with even higher consideration. He now has 10 cows at Livingston, 31 at Mission and has arranged to get 20 more in a few davs. Jl Minute« of Meeting: of Farntgat Post G. A. It. Far rag ut Post G. A. B. met on Monday evening, June 9th. G. AV. Grant called the meeting to order. F. L. Mintie was made chairman and G. W. Grant secre tary. The chair stated the object of the meeting, namely to make arrangements for the celebration of the Fourth of July. On motion of comrade J. McDonald, a committee consisting of Major Bingham, F. W. Wright ami J. McDonald was ap I I & G alf & to fore had that in any L into are the of in of S. jxnnted to confer with the board of trade on the subject. On motion of E. M. Tower, a committee of three was ap pointed to solicit funds to defray the nec essary, expense of the celebration of the Fourth of July. Mr. Bartholomew was appointed to secure a flag for the occasion. The secretary was instructed to have the matter advertised in the Daily Enter prise. On motion of Major BingKam the meeting adjourned to re-assemble at the call of the committee on arrangements. F. L. Mintie, Chairman. G. W. Grant, Secrerary. Northern Pacific Prospects. Pioneer Press: An old railroad stu dent says: -'The railroad outlook is not so sanguine in the northwest as it might be. It begins to look as if the Northern Pacific would be the liest property, not only in the lorig run, but from the start. Its earnings are something phenomenal, and promise stronger every day for ulti mate profit to holders of its stocks. Should the present rate of earnings con tinue, and bring the year's grand total up to or over fifteen millions, as there is now every sign that they will, preferred stock will go up to 75. It is the earning qual ity of roads that must first be proven, after all visions of land grants and'quickly bold bonds are gone. The onslaught on Vil lard was probably a good tiling. It pulled the road out of Wall street and insured it a careful, steady and economical manage ment, up to the full measure of its terri tory and advantages." Good News to .Smokers. Fresh cigars every day *at the Cigar Factory; also a complete assortment of meerschaum pipes, cigar holders, brier npcs, and in fact anything in the smoker's outfit in the market. Home made cigars from $40 to $100 per M. Eastern cigars from $25 to $00 per M. SPECIAL MENTION. a ' Thermometer hats at I. Orschel & Bros. Something new, novel and cool. Call and look at them. A carload of furniture just received at Bingham's. Baled Hav at 60 cents per 100 at T. P. McDonald's. Large assortment of candies just re ceived at John O. Sax & Co.'s. Fresh pineapples at N. C. Matthiessen's. Fresh California fruits at the Big Horn Stores. Strawberries and asaparagus at N. C. Matthiessen's. 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. Horseshoeing, new shoes, $4 per set; resetting, $3, at Griffith's shop, lower Main street. Billy Miles lias à large stock of baled hay, oats, wheat, bran, chopped feed and barley, which, owing to the late financial panic in New YY>rk must be closed out at once. Ladies' nights at the rink Tuesday and Thursday, on which evenings the brass band will play. Three or four waltzes will be played after skating. H ERDING—N. Ebert, having enclosed several hundred acres of line pasture land near town will keep city stock by the week or month, bring ing it in every evening it desired. Stock maybe left at Billy Miles' stable. _ : -- -- - RADDLE PONIES for sale at Billy Mile's Liv Ö ery, Main street. ANTED.—one or two first class coat makers at P. O Meara's. w "tlOR SALE—A first-class, upright Piano. Jl quire at this office. En I jlOR SALE—A fine piano. Enquire of V. E. Snyder, at Northern Pacific Livery barn. 1 I M4R RENT cheap, a first class store in a very desirable location on Main street. Rent low. Apply to Allen Bros. T HE firm heretofore known as Chizeuin & Lisk has this day dissolved by mutual consent. Lisk carries on the business and pays all debt3 and collects all due the firm. John Lisk. Cal. C'HizKcaC. Livingston, May 13,188-1. D ISSOLUTION NOTICE. The copartnershin heretofore existing between Geo. N. Smith and Will. O. Hagy under the firm style of Smith & Ilagy, is this dav dissolved by mutual consent. G o. N. Smith wifi continue the business, assum ing all obligations of the late firm and collecting alf accounts due them. Geo. N. Smith. Will. O. IIacjt. Livingston, M. T., May 14, 1884. All persons indebted to the late firm of Smith & Hagy are hereby requested to call at mv office and setcie their bills, that the accounts of the late firm may be settled as quickly as possible. Geo. N. Smjtii. 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. Yol'xg. B. S. SCOTT, D. D. S., DENTIST. Billings, - Montana. Fills teeth with Gold and Plastic fillings. Mounts Artificial teeth on Rubber and Celluloid and on the roots of the natural teeth : Solicits difficult cases and guarantees satisfaction or no charge. Anaesthetics administered. Office 4th door west of Wiaus;;r Hotel Mol tana A'emiu. «MÜS «■ ? . a "„gg! 1 ^»'» " ■ ggg 'gw »* ' ■ J W MMA !, I - , »!WUJHL -Jtlüm trade M. ap nec the was the the the stu not not up it of Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Pure Kentucky Whiskies! And the Best Brands of Cigars. A most ejegantly appointed Sample Room in rear of the store room, where nothing hilt Special Brands o t Liquors and Cigars are retailed to t tlie trade, Also line Reading Room equipped with upholstered furniture, iu -connection. A place wl.eie gent em*u will-not lie insulted, and where you will always get the BEST goods to lie had. • - LIVINGSTON öa. T MAIN STREET, TOTAL ASSETS,' $60,731,720.00. Home cf Hew York, Hartford of Hartford . Phoenix of Hartford. Connecticut of Hartford, \ f Cornmeicial of Cal. Germania of New 1 ork Scottish. Union $ Notional of Edtnbr & Liverpool Sç London Clobe, (f Liv. New York Life Ins. Co., CashCcqfitah $55,553,902.00 & at CEPERLEY & AYRAULT, Main Street, Livingston, Montana. TheAlbemarle Hotel, E. C. DYER, Proprietor. A STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, Newly Fitted and Furnished throughout for the especial accommodation ot Nationa* PhrR Tourists? and the travelling public. A Bakerv has been established in connection with the Albemarle Hotel from which Vienna Bread, French and Vienna Rolls will be delivered to families in any part ot the city. Babcock Si Miles, Wholesale and Re.tail Dealers in AND T Agricultural Implements. E 33 D By the Pound or Car Load. Special attention givent to Sheet-iron and Copper work; also Tin Roofing. Trist SSeceiTred. a-t Geo. T. Chambers & Co. A large invoice of goods for the Spring and Summer tra de,*in the line of HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, FENCE WIRE, ETC. ALSO A COOPED *W^aOPTS. CARLOAD OF i 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._CHAMBERS & CO. Main street, Livingston. Livingston Bakery ! SECOND STREET. Fresh Bread, Pies and Oakes delivered daily by wagon. Siszteeaa. for $1-00 Oppösits Postoffice. We keep in stock a firs-tclass article of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Fish, Fresh Ranch Butter and Eggs, Poultry and Vegetables of all Kinds. THOS. P. MCDONALD