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EAILBOAD time tables.
Northern Pacific.
.-ciflc Express, (Rolnu west) .....
Atlant!« express, (g«in? cast).....
Atlantic express, (going cast
flight No. 18, (Roinu vest)
Kreleht No. 14, (going east).
. 1:18 p.m
. 2:34 p. ni
. .6:30 a.m
1:23 p. m
' p. m
6:50 a. m
.ll:45p. in
fdtlc express, (going vest) ...........*
Atlantic express, (gome cast)........... --W
plight No. 13, (going west)
freight No. 14, (goin-eastY
Minnesota & Northwestern.
Lv. St. Paul Ar. St. Paul.
bonis & Kansas City.....+8:00 a.m +8.30 p.m
Chicago, Waterloo
Ml llP ;
A Du
-SftrfphV North field, Fari
Dodge Center,
*7:00p in. *9:25am.
Austin and
♦f)aiSv except Sunday. fDaily except Saturday.
»Daily except Monday.
Minneapolis A St. Louis Railway
Lv. St. Paul.
30 a m
Des Moines A hMw-- .7ψm
Ex.. • tS 40 p in
*8 35 p m
*2 40 p m
Lv. Minpls
*8 10 a in
*8 10 a*m
*8 30 am
t3 30 p|m
*7 15 m
*4 15 p m
d7 15 pjm
Moines AKan O-Èx
Watertown Kxpres
K Louis Through
IV« Moines Express
Kxcelslor A M<'rP»" eg d+j 25 p m
Chicago 1 '" 8 . .. r *ni,nod'n d2 40 p su d3 30 pjm
AlVrtLea Except Sunday. tExcept Sat
Br »flli " St Paul, 199 East Third street (cor
Tlr I lev and temporary uepot, general office
'Northern Pacific railroad, Broadway,
5"i! of Wurth street.
Ticket office- Minneapolis, No 3 Washington
' 1 , under Nicollet llouse, and New Depot,
3d street and 4th ave. north.
r ,s K. BUYI), G. T. A P. A., Minneapolis, Minn.
Livingston Postolfice.
0|>en week days from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.
Suidays, trom 2:30 to 3:30 p. m.
Money order and register business trans
ited from 9 a in. to4. p. m.
Mails going west will close at 12:45 p.m
Mails going east will close at 1:55 p. in.
R F. W. WRIGHT, Postmaster,
An awning is being built in front of
the Pease building on Main street.
Saturday's Atlantic express was delayed
live hours by the derailing of the Pullman
sleeper near Wallace station.
Holliday & Richards are building a
slaughter house and yards on Fleshman
creek, about one mile west of the city.
Leo Kahn is erecting an addition to his
place of business, corner of Second and
Calendar streets, to be used ns a resi
Circuit court adjourned on Wednesday
last, every case on the docket having
been tried except those continued by
Mr. Ellis, of the firm of Briggs & Ellis,
lias purchased in Canada a number of
thoroughbred Clydesdale marcs, which he
will place on his ranch at Big Timber.
On last Saturday's west bound train
was a party of Russian capitalists bound
for Alaska, where they will go to make
preparations for an extensive Russian em
The depot at Chicory on the Park
branch, was this week moved to the new
station of Emigrant, two miles north, and
the former station will hereafter be dis
We notice by the Evanston Examiner
that Oscar S. Swanson and Barbara S.
Swanson were granted a decree of divorce
in the district court of Unitah county,
Wyoming, last week.
Geo. B. Niblock this week received a
car load of York state cattle, yearlings
and two-year-olds, which will he placed
upon the Boulder range, where he has al
ready secured a ranch,
Pruvcr & Hausen will this evening open
their Ilrcwery Headquarters in the Landt
building, corner Main and Calendar
streets. Bock beer and a grand free lunch
will be features of the occasion.
Attached to Saturday's Pacific express
was Vice-President Oakes' special car,
■"Glacier." Mr. Oakes was accompanied
on his annual tour by C. B. Wnght, ex
president of the Northern Pacific.
Sim Roberts came up from Big Timber
on Tuesday. Mr. Roberts recently sold
his herd of about fifty head of cattle,
ranging on the Boulder, to J. W. Mc
Donald. The price paid was $31.00 per
Trains on the Park branch will hereafter
be run tri-weekly—making the round trip
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of each
week. This arrangement will be continu
ed until the opening of tourist season
June 15.
A. F. Kavanaugli, who was so seriously
stabbed by John Victor several weeks
since, had so far recovered as to be able to
visit Livingston on Tuesday. The wound
is rapidly healing and he expects soon to
.resume work.
Chronicle: Mr. Carey has secured a
position with the Republic Mining com
pany of Cooke, and leaves this week to
mould fire-brick from, a deposit of valu
thle fire-clay having recently been dis
covered at Cooke.
B. F. Myers recently shipped a car load
of p t died Angus cattle from the Shields
river r. Mich to l" 9 hrother Alfred at Bil
lings, w'h° will place them upon the
thoroughb.'cd farm which he is establish
ing near tha * pl RCe *
The Stock* 'rowers Journal reports the
sale, by Alfred .Myers & Bro., of seventy
head of half-bree, d Polled Aberdeen-An
gus bulls, during t!.' e convention at Miles
City last week. The V -ere one and two
year-olds, the prices ra nging from $50 to
$65 per head.
From A. L. Brown, just arrived from
Gardiner, we learn that as a result of Mr.
McCutcheon's visit the lottf in that tow n
have been placed upon the market under
the plat recently filed with the county
recorder, at prices ranging from $50 to
Thomas Delaney, familiarly known as
"Beaver Tom," died at Big Timber on
Tuesday last. He was employed as a
laborer along the road during construc
tion days, and has since made his home
at Livingston. He has for the past three
years been engaged in hunting and trap
ping, and the hardships and exposure in
cident to such occupation produced the
sickness which resulted in his death.
E. Goughnour has built an addition to
his present quarters on Second street to
be used as an office. He has also enlarged
his store room and otherwise increased his
facilities for handling lumber, measures
which have been rendered necessary by
his rapidly growing business.
By an accident resulting from a runa
way, William Fly of Central Park, and
Frank Wells of Radcrsburg, were thrown
from a wagon at Townsend last week.
Mr. Fly was quit« severely injured about
the head and shoulders, and Mr. Wells
sustained serious internal injuries.
As per announcement, George Knight,
threw open the doors of the Roller Rink
Thursday night and nearly one hundred
people put in an appearance and enjoyed
running round on the rollers. One ex
cellent feature of the opening was the
music discoursed by the band in attend
The switch on the north side of the
track and west of the passenger depot has
been extended east along the depot plat
form for the accommodation of the Park
branch trains. This arrangement will
enable tourists arriving by the east and
west trains to change to the Park train
without any unnecessary delay.
Gordon Bros, have rented the Montana
Lumber company's yards in this city and
will engage in the lumber business. They
will remove the building at present used
by them as a carpenter shop to the
yard, remodel and fit it up as an office
Their first installment of lumber will ar
rive next week.
Wm. M. Wright received at Spring
dale on Monday, three hundred head of
high grade cattle which were purchased
in York state. They were taken to Iris
ranch on Duck creek, and were accompa
nied by John Ennis who will superintend
the branding preparatory to turning them
upon the range in that vicinity.
On Friday evening, May 7th, the ladies
of the Congregational church and society
will give a necktie-apron sociable at thé
church rooms on Second street. Refresh
ments will be served and a good time as
sured to all. The ladies wish to finish se
curing funds to paint the church and par
sonage, so a large attendance is hoped for.
Forty thousand pounds freight of was
this week received by A. Kreiger & Co., to
be added to their present extensive stock
of furniture. Owing to the insufficient
storage capacity of their present quarters,
the goods have been placed in the Smith
building on Main street to await the com
pletion of their large brick building now
in course of erection.
Mr. and Mrs. Will C. King, of Oregon,
who are working in the interest of the
cause of temperance, in Montana, under
the auspices of the Grand Lodge of Good
Templars, were in Livinsgton this week
and held two meetings in the Congrega
tional hall. The attendance was fair, but
there was not as lively an interest taken
as might have been, and but a few sigued
the pledge.
F. F. Baker and Miss Lyla M. Parcher
were married on Sunday evening, April
25th, at the residence of A. B. Hicks, Esq.,
at Mission. The ceremony was performed
by Justice M. D. Kelly of this city, in
presence of relatives and friends of the
bride and groonl. Mr. Baker is a promi
nent ranchmen on the Boulder and has
many friends in this city who will lie
pleased to learn of his good fortune in se
curing so congenial a life partner. The
Enterprise extends congratulations.
John Quinn was arrested on Tuesday by
Deputy Sheriff Templeton on a warrant
charging him with larceny. His offense
consisted in the stealing of clothing and
several other articles of minor value from
the room of Wm. Tuakey, in the Fowlie
building, as well as the unlawful taking
of a rifle from Peter Wolcott, at the Mer
chants hotel. He had a hearing before
Justice M. D. Kelly, who found him guilty
as charged in the complaint, and sentend
cd him to thirty days in the county jail
and to pay a fine of $20 and coat9.
At a meeting of the school trustees on
Monday evening it was decided to re-en
gage Prof. Harmon as superintendent of
the schools for the coming school year, the
present year ending June 11. Mrs. L. A.
Flanagan will also be continued as teach
er of the primary department. The teach
er for the other department has not yet
been selected. Much of the credit is due
Prof. Harmon for the present flattering
condition of our public schools, and tlie
action of the trustees in thus retaining him
is but a merited recognition of the eifi
cient manner in which he has perfomed
the duties of his position in the past.
G J. Allen delivered to Bozeman butch
ers on Saturday last six head of beef cat
tle, two of which weighed dressed 856
pounds each. The cattle had been hay
fed on Mr. Allen's ranch an the upper
Yellowstone and brought the handsome
price of 8 cents per pound, net weight,
the six head bringing some cents over $66
each. From this it would appear that it
pays to feed cattle for beef, even in Mon
tana, When such stock is to be had our
local dealers should not overlook securing
them, as we know of no place where
choice beef is better appreciated than
right in Livingston.
The Building association meeting held
Thursday evening wan better attended
than that of the previous week, and a
growing interest shown in the movement
by the largely increased subscriptions to
the capital stock. Not enough stock has
yet been subscribed, however, to insure
the organization of the association, and it
was deemed advisable to defer action in
that direction until another meeting,
Thursday evening of next week. The
progress already made is of a substantial
kind, and it is gratifying to note the in
terest manifested by our citizens in this
scheme, as well as all others, calculated
to benefit and advance* the interests of
Mr. Hazen, the third assistant postmas
ter general, makes the following sugges
tion the public : Write or print your
name and address, and the contents of a
package, upon the upper left hand comer
of all matter. This will insure its imme
diate return to you for corre'ction, if im
properly addressed or insufficiently paid,
and if it is not called for at destination it
can be returned to you without going to
the dead-letter office. If the patrons of
the mails would avail themselves of this
privilege it would enable the department
to restore at least 90 per cent, of all the
undelivered matter. Letters would be re
turned free, and the parcels upon pay
ment of return postage.
Cashier A. L. Love returned yesterday
from his Wyoming trip, whither he went
to secure his appointment as receiver of
the National Park Improvement company
—the original Rufus Hatch company—
which position has been held for the past
two years by George B. Hume of Billings.
Mr. Love appeared before Judge Samuel
T. Corn at Evanston, that territory, and
made such showing as not only permits
his return with his own appointment as
receiver, but an order for the displacement
of Mr. Hume. An order has been issued
for the sale of the old Park Improvement
company's property, to take place at Ev
anston, Wyoming, May 12th, and
will doubtless result in securing to the
creditors of the company a part at least of
the claims held against it.
Just after the section gang left Livings
ton on Saturday morning last, and when
about one mile west of town, they were
brought to a stop by the foreman, George
Wilke, receiving a bullet wound in the
fleshy part of the left leg. Mr. Wilke
was brought to town and the wound
dressed by Dr. Alton who, upon examina
tion, pronounced it nothing more serious
than a painful flesh wound. The source
of the bullet remained a mystery for a
time, until investigation revealed the fact
that it came from a revolver in the hands
of Rev. R. Livingston, who, in attempting
to kill a crow, had been the innocent
means of inflicting a wound upon Mr.
Wilke as he chanced to pass in range of
the gun as it was being discharged. The
wounded man is rapidly improving and
will soon be able to again resume his du
H. C. Davis, assistant general passenger
agent of the Northern Pacific, arrived in
Livingston Wednesday on his way to
Mammoth Hot Springs, where he will be
joined by Preston Gibson, secretary and
treasurer of the new syndicate, and under
whose direction the work of erecting the
five new hotels is being burned forward
ns rapidly as possible. The work of de
livering material to several of the most
difficult points has been somewhat imped
ed by the unusually heavy snowfall in that
region at this season of the year. This
delay will only prove temporary, however,
as a sufficient number of men will be em
ployed to assure the completion of all ho
tels before the opening of the tourist sea
son. It is understood that Mr. Davis will
have supervision of the new syndicate's
property when completed, and that no
special privileges will be granted to out
side parties, the whole to be under the
one management. It is expected, by rea
son of the increased hotel accommodations,
to extend the season from September 15th
to November lGth.
E. L. Boughton made a business trip to
Miles City this week.
Frank Bliss, of Big Timber, was among
his Livingston friends this week.
£ P. C. Robinson paid a visit to Hunter's
Hot Springs and Billings Thursday.
George Barringer of Shields river visit
ed the county capital on Thursday.
Gov. À. P. Swineford, of Alaska, was a
passenger ou Monday's Atlantic express.
Col. Dave Noble of Cooke fa reported
to be in Butte negotiating for a ten stamp
J. N. Harder, of the LaClede, Bozeman,
was among his friends in Livingston this
E. Dodson returned on Monday from
Pennsylvania where he has been spending
the winter.
P. H. Touley, Gardiner's hardware mer
chant, made a business trip to Livingston
this week.
Thos. Mai Ion, of Billings, was in the
city on Wednesday, en route to Mammoth
Hot Springs.
Attorney Frank Henry this week visit
ed Montana's capital on business connect
with his legal paofession.
Zed Daniels, of Cooke, was a visitor in
Livingston this week on his return from
attendance at district court.
Dr. H. J. Smith, the eminent specialist
whose appointment was announced in our
last issue, has arrived and can be consult
ed at the Albemarle Hotel on Saturday,
Sundtfÿ and Monday, May 1st, 2d and 8d.
H. G. Bartlett came up from Spring
dale Wednesday. He reports the sale of
his interest in the lease of the hotel at the
Springs to his partner, W. C. Officer.
G. L. Henderson and daughter, Nellie,
returned on Wednesday from their trip to
St. Paul, and started by Thursday's Park
branch train for Mammoth Hot Springs.
I. D. McCutcheon, of Helena, was in
Livingston Monday en route to Gardiner,
where he went on business connected with
the recently platted townsite of Gardiner.
George Ennis returned from his eastern
trip on Saturday last. Mr. Ennis has so
far recovered from his recent illness as to
be able to again resume his position on
the road.
J. M. Robertson of Bozeman was in the
city Thursday on his return from Shields
river, where he has been engaged in es
tablishing the boundary lines for several
of the ranchmen m that locality.
O. P. Chisholm, register of the land
office at Bozeman, returned on Tuesday
last from his visit to the east. Mr. Chis
holm sent in his resignation, to take effect
May 1st, and intends removing to the
Lake Superior region.
A. A. Deem arrived in Livingston Tues
day on his return from a visit to Helena
and Wickes, and will remain here until
he goes to Mammoth Hot Springs to ac
cept the superintendency of Wakefield &
Haynes' stage line in the Park.
Capt. Wm. A. Rogers came over from
Deer Lodge county last Monday to super
intend the removal of the Pullman Re
duction company's plant, now at Bear
Gulch, to the property secured by Chica
go capitalists near Reynolds City.
Charles H. Gould, formerly register of
the U. S. land office at Miles City, but
now representing Keenan & Hancock,
live stock and commission merchants of
Chicago, was in Livingston Friday in at
tendance at the meeting of the stockmen.
A. Harmon and son Royal, father and
brother of Prof. W. E. Harmon, have ar
rived in Livingston with the intention of
making this their future home. Mrs.
Harmon, who is in the east, will also ar
rive in this city about the middle of the
D. P. Van Horne is in Chicago this
week making his spring purchase of goods.
He was accompanied by his wife and
child who will extend their journey to
York state, where Mm. Van Horne will
spend the summer in visiting with rela
tives and friends.
J. R. Cope, who has-been suffering from
ill health for several m onths, started for a
visit to his old home at Gallatin, Missouri,
on Monday. Mr. Coj»e expects to be ben
efitted by the change of climate, and we
trust to see him on his return to Livings
ton fully recovered to health.
Editor Yerkes and wife and Mrs. F. W.
VanAllen were passengers on Friday's
east-bound train. The ladies were en
route to Dilworth, this county, for a month's
sojourn with their father, «T. R. Dilworth.
Mr. Yerkes accompanied them to Park
City, and will return to-day.
W. J. Anderson, who is largely inter
ested in stock raising in the vicinity of
Red Bluff, returned this week from Eng
land where he has spent the winter. He
started yesterday, in company with T. P.
McDonald, on a trip to Deer Lodge coun
ty, where he expects to increase his pres
ent band of cat le by the purchase of sev
eral thoroughbred bulls.
X. Beidlcr was in the city this week,
en route to Gardiner and the National
Park. While here he entertained his
listeners with some of the reminiscences
connected with the early days of Montana,
when men of undaunted courage and a
determination to sustain the right were
required to restraici the lawless element
which at that time ii ifested the territory.
Isaac Orschel, s enior member of the
firm of I. Orschel & Bro., arrived in Liv
ingston on Wednesc lay, his first appear
ance in this city sinc e the return fiotn his
travels in Europe. I Ie is the same genial,
wholesouled gentlem an as of yore, and
seems to have been pihysically benefitted
by his sc.joum abroad. Mr. Orschel ex
presses himself as gratified at the substan
tial im provement in. this city since his
last v'.git and predict* even greater pros
perity for the future.
Plan of the Blulldlnff Association.
In our last issue we referred to the
I proposed Building Association for Livings
ton, and as some of our readers will be
interested to know the practical details
of the subject, we give the following :
The association has tike primary aim of
mutual benefit for its member. It forms
a safe investment for sn tall savings. It is
co-operative ; for all me.mbcrs share equal
ly in its advantages. I Members who de
sire to borrow money f or building pur
poses can do so on more favorable terms
than can be obtained thr ough other chan
nels, and are permitted to repay the loan
obtained by small monthly installments.
With the exception of a small salary to
the secretary there is no other paid officer,
and apart from the initial expense of sta
tionery there is no outlay. In fact the
chief aim of the association is to aid its
members to become owners of homes by
advancing the purchase money on terms so
easy that the repayments will be no heavy
burden. On the other hand, members
who deposit and who do» not borrow, re
ceive a substantial rate of interest on the»
monthly savings. The shares are each of
the value of $200. The monthly sub
scription on each share is $1, but in order
to meet the expenses of starting the asso
ciation, each share pays lor the first
month $1.25, and thereafter $1 only.
Now let us suppose that the members
have subscribed sufficient to offer loans,
and that a meml>cr wishes to obtain a loan
of say gross $1,000. Te do this he must
hold at least five shares, at $200 each,
equal to $1,000 Let us suppose that he
bids for the loan at a premium of 20 per
cent—for a member has to bid a premium
within certain limits, say 15 to 25 per
cent. The transaction would be as fol
Amonnt of loan.........................
Less premium of 20 percent........... 200.00
Sum actnally received by the borrower, $800.00
To repay this he pays each month on
each of his five «hares of stock...... 5.00
Interest on $1,000 at 6 per cent, each mo. 5.00
Total monthly payment................. $10.00
Thus it would take one hundred months
or eight years and four months for the
borrower to wipe out his loan. In other
words, for a monthly payment of a rent
of $10 he gets his building free at the
end of eight years and four months, while
the lending members receive for their in
vestment a liberal interest, probably from
20 to 25 per cent, per annum, according
to the rate of progress towards maturity.
Stock that matures in eight years earns at
the rate of 27 per cent, per annum.
We cheerfully Commend the above
scheme to our fellow townsmen, who, by
joining the association, each taking a few
shares, will materially help themselves
and the community of our town as well.
The subscription book is now open at the
Bank of Livingston for proposed sub
scribers. Ladies are also permitted and
solicited to become share holders in the
A meeting of the stock growers of East
ern Gallatin county will be held in Liv
ingston, Saturday, May 15, 1886, at one
o'clock p. m., to further discuss the stock
interests. All stock men are respectfully
invited to attend. By order of
B. F. Myers, Pres.
Walter V. Granniss, Sec'y.
Important to Hotel Patrons.
The Laclede Hotel of Bozeman, under
the new management of J. N. Harder,
formerly of Livingston, has materially im
proved and has already become one of the
most popular stopping places on the road.
The excellent reputation Mr. Harder has
made for himself as a caterer to the wants
of the public, both here and at Bozeman,
is manifested by the liberal share of pat
ronage which he is receiving. Former
patrons and friends this side of the range
on making visits to Bozeman, will he
pleased to learn that they will be cordi
ally welcomed at the Laclede Hotel, by
Mr. Harder as mine host.
Church Matters.
Congregational: Holy Communion at
11a.m. Pleaching at 7:30 p. m., sub
ject: The School, or the 4th Lamp of the
Oranges by the box at N. C. Matthies
Mrs. A. H. Stephenson receives each
week a new consignment of all the latest
stylos in the millinery line.
Alta Californian : Jones of Florida goes
up and down Detroit repeating the name
of the new' bridge over the Niagara at the
Lemons by the box at N. C. Matthies
Richard Dabney closed a contract this
week to furnish E. M. Knadler, of Boze
man, a carload of fine states heifers, to be
delivered the 1st of June.
"I dropped $48,000 at poker last night,"
remarked Hon. Thomas Ochiltree the oth
er day, "and the worst of it was that $2
of the amount was in cash."—Washington
Sweet potatoes at N. C. Matthiessen's.
Life is too short to prospect for that
you can find at once. Imported and do
mestic wet and leaf goods of the finest
brands; also club-room entertainments,
etc., at the Bank Exchange Saloon.
Bob & Otto.
A Minneapolis girl went out to buy gin
ger-bread and came home married. There
is considerable local pride felt over the
circumstance because the husband was a
St. Paul man, and every little helps in
census matters.
Cranberries by the barrel, box or quart
at N. C. Matthiessen's.
We understand that Richard Dabney is
making another large shipment of cattle
from the states, and that he intends hav
ing all classes, from common stock to
thoroughbreds, for sale.
Bagley—"Strawberries will be plentiful
this year, I suppose?" Dealer—"On the
contrary, they will be very scarce." "Is
that so? Then I suppose they will be con
foundedly dear." "Oh, no—jnst about
the same. We will move up the bottom
of the box about two inches, that's all."
Cider vinegar by the barrel or gallon at
N. C. Matthiessen's.
Mrs. A. H. Stephenson has just received
a large invoice of spring millinery, com
prising all the latest styles in Hats, Bon
nets and trimmings, to which she invites
the attention of the ladies of Livingston.
Fond husband—"Well, my dear, what
are you sobbing about?" Young wife—
"Why, that sponge cake I sent to the ag
ricultural fair has just taken the first
prize. Boo-hoo." Fond husband—"What
is there to cry about in that? You ought
to feel proud, my dear, of your knowledge
of the pulinary art." Young wife—"But
you don't understand. The judge gave it
the award as the best specimen of concrete
sent in. Boo-höo !"
List of Letters Advertised at Livingston,
»(ont., April 26th, 1*86.
Baker Frank Clark James
Buckler John Derer J H
Brennan William Hanvard Harry
Innery F H
__ BORN. •
LOVELL.—At Livingston, April 25th, 1886, to Mr.
and Mrs. K. Lovell, a daughter.
F IR SALE.—Resideneeand lot on Second St.,
Block 112. Will be Bold cheap. For particu
lars enquire of '2. T. CEPERLEY.
... ... . , ... -iRWLi;.. __
T ITHOGRAPH picture# of Livingston for
JU sale at this «nice at 25cents each; put up in
tollers and mailed to any address for 50 cents
each. Enterprise, Livingston.
TOT OF P.—Meets every Friday evening in
ijEV * Frank's Hall. A cordial invitation is ex
traded to visiting brothers.
A. B. JOT, K. of R. and 8.
for sale. To be seen at Mission. |
46tf F. G. HILDRIGE.
B ALED HAY— F. g. llildridge has baled hav
in town for sale. Apnlv to D. J. KEN
NELLY. ' (46tf)
K OF P.—Timberline Lodge No. 15, Timber
. line, Mont., meets every Saturday evening j
at Moore's Hall Visiting Brothers cordially in
J. K. WATSON, K. R. S.
E STRAYED.—From Livingston, a roan cow,
with tips of horns sawed" off, and branded
with a □ on left hip and JJ on right ribs. Rea
sonable reward will be paid for the recovery of
the cow by J. N. HARDER, Bozeman. 48t4
W ANTED—For Falls Hotel, Yellowstone Na
tional Park—to commence 1st of June
Three lady waiters; Two chambermaids: One
laundry girl; One yard man; One porter; Boy to
milk and take care' ot cows; One teamster. Ap
ply at once to C. F. HARADEN, Livingston, M. T.
F OR SALE.—I have the following stock
which I offer for sale at my ranch at Sweet
grass: 27 cows, four and five years old; 65 head
6f two-year olds; 50 head of yearlings, and 8 head
of yearling bulls. This stock is all Hereford and
one-half and three-quarter Durham.
Al. Harrisox,
46-tf Sweetgrass, Mont.
N otice of dissolution.-noHc* is
hereby given that the co-partnership hereto
fore existing between W. H. Prewett and A. A.
Richard«, doing business under the firm name of
Prewett & Richards, is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. W. H. Prewett will continue the
business and pay all outstanding accounts owing
by said firm. All outstanding accounts due sain
firm are pavable to A. A Richards.
Livingston, M. T., April 14,1886.
N OTICE.— IT. S. Land Office, Bozeman, M. T.,
April 6, 1886. Complaint having been en
tered at this office by Oliver L. McCann against
William J. Dunn, for abandoning his homestead
•ntrv, No. 537, dated .July 13th, 1883, upon the S.
Vt of SW. hi and S. Vj of SE. >4, Section 22,
Township 3 North, Range 8 East, in Gallatin
county, Montana; with a view to the cancellation of
said entry: the said parties are hereby summon
ed to appear at this office on the 20th day of May,
1886, at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond anil furnish
testimony concerning said alleged abandonment,
OTP. CHISHOLM, Register.
JOHN T. CARLIN, Receiver.
First published April 10th, 1886.
i.v flee at Bozeman, M. T., April 2nd, 1886. No
tice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has tiled notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made'before the Register and Re
ceiver at Bozeman, M. T., on Monetär, May 24th,
1886, viz; John R. Hathorn. II. S.
No. 567, for theE. Vt of S. W. *4
and S. Yt of S. E. *4 of Sec. 4, T. 4, S. R. 9 E.
He names the folio« mg witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz : Florein S. Compiler, of Living
ston, M. T. ; E. J. Balinger, of Livingston, M. T.
Newton S. Lilly, of Livingston, M. T. ; Geo. J.
Allen, of Livingston, M. T.
O. P, CHISHOLM, Register,
[first pub. ApriilG, 1886.]
[4— 347]
Xv lice at Bozeman, M. T., April 5th, 1886. No
tice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before Register and Receiver
at Bozeman, M. T., on May SMth, 1886, viz: Geo.
J. Allen, of Livingston, H. S. 218 foi
the W. 'A, NE. (4 and NW. >4, S
E. U and NE. *4, S. W [4, Sect. 22,
T. 3, S. R. 9 E. He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of, said land, viz: John K.
Hath horn, of Livingston; Newton S. Lilly, of
Livingston; Florein S. Compiler, of Livingston:
John A. Lovelv, of Livingston.
Ü. P. CHISHOLM, Register.
First published April 17.
[4— 347]
N otice for publication.-L and of
fice at Bozeman, M. T., March 16,1886.—No
tice is hereby given that the following-named set
tler has filed' notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before Register and Receiver at
Bozeman, M. T., on Monday, April 26th, 1886, viz :
Edward F. Olney; D S. 770 (770) for the S. W. (4
section 16, Tp. 4, No. K., 9 E. He names the fol
lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz:
John II. Martin, of Livingston, Gallatin county,
M.T.; Foster T. Brennan, of Livingston, Galla
tin county, M. T. : S. O'N. C. Brady, of Living
ston, Gallatin county, M. T. : Newell Parker, of
Livingston, Gallatin county, M. T.
O. P. CHISHOLM, Register.
(1st pub. March 20, 1886.)
N otice for publication. — Land
Office,at Bozeman, M. T., March 29, »886.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before register and re
ceiver at Bozeman, M. T., on Tuesday, May 11,
1886, viz: Franklin F. Fridley, H. S. No. 282*, for
the S. E. M, Sec. 28, Tp. 5. So. R. 8 East. He
names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said
land, viz: Edward C. Alderson, of Bozeman
P. O., Gallatin County, M. T. ; Jas. A. Bailey, of
Bozeman P. O., Gallatin County, M. T. ; Benj.
F. Fridley, of Bozeman P. O., Gallatin County,
M. T. ; Jno. W. Ponsford, of Bozeman P. O.,
Gallatin Countv, M. T.
O. P. CHISHOLM, Register.
First published April 3,1886.
erley, W. Ayrault, H. M. Sloan and Charles
T. Doty: Yon are her 'by notified thatC. H. Sow],
the undersigned, has expended one hundred dol
lars ($100) in labor and improvements upon the
Little Mack quartz lode mining claim, situated in
Emigrant mining district, in Gallatin county,
Montana territory, as will appear by certificate
filed in the office of the Recorder of said district,
in order to hold said premises under the nrovis
ions of section 232-1, Revised Statutes ot the
United States, being the amount required to l:«»id
the same for the year ending December 31,1885.
And if within ninety days from the service of
this notice (or within ninety days after this notice
by publication) you fail or refuse to contribute
your proportion of such expenditure, as co-own
ers, your interest will become the property of the
subscriber under said section 2324.
Chico, M. T., March 31. 1886. 44
Montana, County of Gallatin—se. February
25,1886. To James Howell and John W. Howell,
co-owners: You are hereby notified that 1 have
expended one hundred dollars in labor and im
provements upon the Snipe quartz lode mining
claim in New World mining district, in the afore
said Territory snd County, for the year A. I). 1885,
as will appear by certificate filed in the office of
Recorder of said district, on page 215 of Book No.
1 of Affidavits of annual expenditures (and also
on page—of Book—of affidavits of expenditures
on mining claims in the county recorder's office
of said Gallatin county.) Said expenditure by
mo was made in order to hold said premises under
the provisions ot section 2324, Revised Statutes of
the United States, being the amount required to
hold the same for the year ending December 31st,
1885. And if within ninety days from the full
publication of this notice you fail or refuse to
contribute each your proportions of such expen
diture as co-owners, (being each one-tourth own
ers) you. interest in said claim will become the
property of the subscriber under said section 2324.
S HERIFF'S SALE.-Joseph N. Duncan, plain
tiff, vs. James Fowlie et al., defendants. By
virtue of an order of sale in the above entitled
cause, issued out of the district court of the first
judicial district of the territory of Montana, in and
for the county of Gallatin, I will sell at sheriff's
sale at the front door of the Court House at Boze
man, in said county of Gallatin and Territory of
Montana, on Monday, the 24th day of May, A. D.
1886, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 5
o'clock p. m. of said day, all the right, title and
irterest of the above named defendant, James
Fowlie, in and to the following described real es
tate, situate, lying and being in Gallatin county,
Montana Territory, and more particularly des
cribed in said order of sale as follows, to-wit: All
that certain piece or parcel of land, situate on
Main street in the original townsite of the town
of Livingston, in county and territory aforesaid,
as follows, viz: Lot number twelve (12), in block
number seventy-nine (79), together with the two
story frame building or structure thereon, known
as the Fowlie Theatre Bnilding.
Dated at Bozeman this 30th day of April, A. D.
Sheri® of Gallatin County, Montana Territory.
N otice of forfeiture.-to p. w.
Norris, his heirs, legal representatives or as
signs, and to C. M. Stephens or his assigns : You
are hereby notified that A. G. Hemphill, the un
dersigned, one of the owners of the quartz lode
mining claim, hereinafter described, expended the
full sum of one hundred ($100) dollars between
the 1st day of October, 1885, and the 31st day of
December, 1885, in labor and improvements upon
the "Baby Mine" Quartz Lode mining claim, situ
ate in the New World Mining District, in the
County of Gallatin, Territory of Montana, as re
quired by law, a9 will more fully appear by proof
recorder! in the office of the recorder of said min
ing district, said mining claim being the same
that was located on the 19th day of April, 1882,
record of which location will he found in Book
One of mining claims, page 391, in the office of the
Recorder of saidcounty ; said expenditure having
been made by the undersigned upon said mining
claim, in compliance with' section 2324 of the Re
vised Statutes of the United States, and you are
hereby notified to pay to the undersigned yonr
proper share of said expenditure. If, therefore,
yon fail or refuse for the period of ninety days
from the service of this notice, or for the period
of ninety days after the due publication of the
same, to contribute yonr proportion of such ex
penditure as co-owners of said raining claim,
yonr interest therein will become the property of
the undersigned by virtue of said section 2324*.
P. O. Address, Bozeman, M T.
Dated February 24,1866,
A lot of young fresh milch cows for
sale, or will take in trade yearling
steers. Address Box L, Dig Timber.
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