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Northern Pacific. AIlnlVE. Parlflt express, (going west)............1 -13 P- m Atlantic exprcBB, (going east)........... 2.34 p. m yîrîghtNo 13, (going west) ..........." 14,(going east)............ ll.30p.m DEFAUT . „ 1:23 p.m Freight . freight >o. Cdfle express, (going west) ..... AtUntic express, (going east)........... *„•££ ra v,eight No. 13, (going west)............ h-M a.m f [eight No. 14, (going east).............11.45p. m Minnesota A Northwestern. Lv.8t.Panl Ar. St. Paul. S t Louis & Kansas City.....^a.m «,50 p.m rbl'ago, Waterloo & huque................ •°°P- m - siD<iolph, North field, lan Suo^rr 111 !^^ p.m. til:20am Dodge Center, Rochester, Austin and Lyle, accom Al ' p , ',j on ... ...........+4:30 p.m +11:20 a.ni. *I)aUv except Sunday. JDaily except Saturday • Daily except Monday. »8:30 a m r 8:30 a.m. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway albert lea route. Lv. St. Paul. *7 20 a m r"'u E ?nes KnV'vBx *7 2'» am Dee Moines & Kan * 7 20 a m Ex... +2 40 pm *«25 pm »k,r A Morton ..... *2 40 p m " KBst Express... d« 25 p m Accommod'n d2 40 p m «Daily Except Sunday. De K x r Chiragc Aihert Le ' d Daily • nrday Ticket "flic Lv. Minpls *8 10 a m *8 10 a'm *8 30 a m +3 30 p|m *7 15 p m *4 15 p m d7 15 ph» d3 30 p ;m +Except Sat St. Paul, 190 East Third street (cor •r Mine./and temporary depot, general office building Northern Pacilic railroad, Broadway, D ot of Fourth street. TP ket office- -Minneapolis, No 3 Washington ,reuiie, under Nicollet House, and New Depot, r or. 3d street and 4th ave. north. S K. BOYD, G. T. & P. A., Minneapolis, Minn. Livingston PostotHce. Open week days from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. Sundays, iront 2:30 to 3:30 p. nt. Money order and register business trans acted from 9 a lit. to4. p. in. Mails going west will close at 12:45 p.m Mails going east will close at 1:55 p. m. F. W. WRIGHT, Postmaster, L00AL LAYOUT j. H. liar vat on Tuesday sold 11,000 pounds ol Indes and pelts to J. E. Hemp hill for shipment to Chicago. Dr Tudor finds it necessary, in order to accommodate parties desiring work done in the dental line, to remain another week in this city before returning to Bozeman. A special school election is called for Saturday, May 22d, to vote a special tax of six mills on the dollar—two mills for the general fund and four mills for school building fund. Holliday & Richards have nearly com pleted the work of fitting up their build in-' recently moved to its location on Main street, and on Monday next will open up their new meat market. Frank White has added to Ins already popular resort by securing a room in the upper story of the Orschel building, which lie lias fitted up in elegant shape to he used as a club room. A reduction from fifty-two cents to twenty-five cents per word lias been made by the Western Union on the rate of ca blegrams to Great Britain, Ireland and France from Montana points. The excavations for the new brick buildings of Thompson Bros, and A. Krieger & Co. have been completed, and work on the stone foundations will lie commenced the first of next week. The strikes throughout the east are having an influence upon business men at this place, some of our merchats being unable to obtain goods ordered by them in Chicago and other eastern cities. The mason work on the three of the five new buildings being erected by C. S. Hefferlin has been completed ready for the roofers, and the work of finishing them will be hurried forward without further delay. Two car loads of Oregon horses, belong ing to H. C. Strickland, were fed at this place on Wednesday. They were ship ped from Wallula Junction and were en route to Miles City where they will be offered for sale. Four horses belonging to J. H. Harvat which hare been missing since last De cember and were supposed to have been stolen from his ranch on Shields river, were recovered this week on the head of Willow creek. Mr. and Mrs. Mentor Wetzstein arrived in Livingston on Sunday last, their first appearance in the city since their mar riage. Mr. Wetzstein is having his res idence on the north side furnished, prepar atory to their commencing housekeeping The new White hotel at Gardiner has been completed and opened to the public. The event was made the occasion for a social dance on Tuesday evening, which is reported to have been largely attended and the most enjoyable party in the his tory of tiie place. TJobert Goodyear has disposed of his in terest in the Bank Exchange to his part ner, Oitjto Lenk, and rented the building an the pear of McGugin & Stillman's, which be lias fitted up and will conduct as a club room, where will lie pleased to entertain his friends. Four car loads of horses were fed at the yards in this city Tuesday. They were the property of Frank Stanton, of Bitter Root valley, and were en route to Miles City where they will be disposed of if the prices are satisfactory, and if not will be -ten/ed upon the range. X car load of work mules passed through this place on Wednesday billed to D. A. Larson, Helena. They were ship ped from the Canadian Pacific country, •and will be used on the grade of the Mon tana Central, wheie Mr. Larson has sccur • ed a rock contract of about two miles. The firm of C. Gamier & Co., of which W. J. Mdlaffie is junior partner, has con cluded to locate in Livingston and engage in the manufacture of cigars on an exten sive scale. As they are both young men of experience, they will no doubt be able to build up a large and lucratfre business. Singleton Buford passed through Liv ingston this week with his freighting out fit—consisting of nine six-mule teams with freight wagons—on the way to Gar diner, where he will make his prepara tions to begin work about the 15th of the month on the contract of the Republic company of Cooke. Among stock received at the yards in this city on Sunday last for Harvey & Tregloan, were three exceptionally fine thoroughbred Clydesdale horses—two stallions and one mare—direct importa tions from Scotland. They will be added to their already well-stocked ranch of fine bred horses on Shields river. The machinery of the Pullman Reduc tion company, which is being removed from Bear Gulch to Reynolds City, ar rived by Thursday's train on the Park branch and was shipped west on Friday morning. Angus McQueen of Bear Gulch accompanied it to its destination and will assist in setting it up and patting it into working order. W. M. Niblock, of Brooklyn, New York, is a new arrival in Livingston. It is his intention to engage with his brother, G. B. Niblock of this city, in the cattle business, and as soon as a suitable ranch and range have been secured will return to New York state for the purchase of one hundred head of young cattle to be added to those already received. R. B. Roche, of St. Paul, has secured the position of chief of the meat depart ment of the new Park syndicate. To the Globe of that city he said : "We shall get all our meat from the government herds, and it is the finest beef in the world. I was out in that country several years ago and I tell you I never saw such meat in my life. It beats anything we ever get down here." Settlers on the Boulder to the number of forty have signed and forwarded a pe tition to the postoffice department for the establishment of a postoffice at Mc Cloud's ranch, to be known as McCloud. One of the greatest inconveniences to many of the residents of eastern Gallatin county is the inadequate postal accommo dations, several populous settlements lie ing compelled to travel long distances to their nearest postoffice, and we trust this petition will receive the prompt and fa vorable consideration from the postal au thorities which it deserves. As will be seen by a notice published elsewhere in this issue, the firm of Geo. W. Metcalf & Co. has been dissolved, Mr. S. A. Oliver retiring. Mr. Metcalf will continue the business as heretofore and it is unnecessary to state to those acquaint ed with him that it will be conducted in a manner satisfactory to his patrons. Mr. Oliver has not definitely concluded as to to his future movements, but will prob ably remove to some other point before engaging in business. While we shall regret to lose him as a citizen, we can but congratulate the locality where he shall conclude to reside upon its acquisition. A building association in this city is now an assured fact, sufficient stock hav ing been subscribed to warrant its organ ization. At the meeting held on Thurs day evening a committee consisting of J. A. Savage, Geo. T. Chambers, D. J. Ken nelly, H. T. Ceperley and C. S. Hefferlin, were delegated to incorporate the Livings ton Building and Loan Association, under the territorial laws, with a capital stock of $500,000. The subscription book of the association will be kept at the Bank of Livingston and remain open for sub scriptions until June 1st, when the first series of subscriptions to the capital stock will be closed. It is therefore important that all who desire to become members should avail themselves af the opportun ity before that date. Another meeting will be held on Thursday of next week when further steps will be taken toward the completion of an organization. Mrs. W. B. Altimus, who liveson Clark street, discovered on Saturday last that her flock of seven tame ducks were mis sing and immediately notified Deputy Sheriff Templeton, who proceeded to in vestigate the cause of their sudden disap perancc. He learned upon inquiry that a number of ducks had been disposed of to the Chinese merchant, Hop Wah, with whom he sought an interview and by rig id questioning elicited the fact that the parties of whom he had made the pur chase were Toni Sullivan, a colored boy, and two recent arrivals, one of whom was an ex-convict. They had captured the birds in the slough south of town, where they were wont to disport themselves, by means of a fish pole, and afterwards dis posed of them to the Chinese merchant A warrant for their arrest was issued by Justice Kelly, but the thieves had in the meantime learned that proceedings were being instituted against them and quietly stole away. We are in receipt of a letter from Eli Perkins enclosing a season ticket to his lectures, which contains the following conditions : "Admit the bearer and wife, bis own wife, to Eli Perkins' lecture, anywhere in the world, for years and years. The lecture will commence at 8 o'clock sharp, and continue until somebody re quests him to stop. In case of an acci dent to the lecturer, or if he should die or be hung before the evening of the dis turbance, this ticket will admit the bear er to a front seat at the funeral, where he can sit and enjoy himself the same ns at the lecture. The highest priced seats, those nearest the door, are reserved for the particular friends of the speaker." As will be seen by reference to the adver tlseraent in another column, Mr. Perkins will be in Livingston on Monday, May 18th, when all will have an opportunity to hear him, enjoy a pleasing and instruc tive lecture, and judge for themselves whether the published "opinions of the press" do justice to the noted humorist. Nick Imo was arrested on Wednesday on a warrant issued by Justice Hanson charging him with assault and battery of Ah Wing, a Chinaman. The case was tried before a jury in Justice Hanson's court; J. A. Savage defending, and A. R. Joy conducting the prosecution. The Chinese population were on hand, all anx ious to have their rights under the Bur lingame treaty vindicated in a court of justice. A large number of witnesses were subpoenaed and examined, but before the trial had proceeded far it became ap parent that the assault complained of was simply the result of an accident, which was brought about through the careless throwing of a stone. It appeared from the evidence that Mr. Imo, in company with William Murphy and Frank Bender, had been for a walk to Riverside addition, and on their return Nie, being in a playful mood, shied a stone at some object which presented a tempting target. The missile however missed its mark and struck Ah Wing, who was concealed from their view by an intervening building, as he was making an exit from bis cabin door, and the childlike heathen construing it into a Chinese outrage proceeded to evoke the protection of the law. The jury very piomptly returned a verdict of not guilty and releivcd Mr. Imo from his embarrass ing position. PERSONAL POINTS. Isaac Orschel visited Helena this week. Wm. Wright, of Springdale, was a vis itor in Livingston Tuesday. Attorney J. H. Elder has been confined at home this week by serious illness. Sheriff King, of Yellowstone county, was in Livingston this week on a business visit. Mrs. McFarland arrived from Bozeman on Wednesday and is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. C. Rogers, in this city. D. P. VanHornc returned Saturday from his visit to Chicago, whither he went to make his summer purchase of goods. James McCartney, George Welcome, H. J. Hoppy, Zed. Daniels and H. J. Baker, were arrivals on Thursday's Park train. Harvey Bliss came up from Big Tim ber on Wednesday, to make the necessary purchase of lumber for adding to his place of business. C. Dennison, of Jamestown, Dakota, brother-in-law of C. H. Manley, has locat ed in this city and accepted a position in Mr. Manley's cigar manufactory. Miss Cora Bates of Bozeman arrived in Livingston Friday en route to Gardiner, where she will teach the summer term of school, commencing Monday next. Enigneer William Vaupel started for Brainerd on Saturday last, and rumor has it the object of his visit is to join the rap idly increasing ranks of benedicts in this city. Deputy Sheriff James Conley was a passenger on Tuesday's west bound train, on his way to the Warm Springs asylum, whither he was conveying an insane man from Miles City. E. C. Thompson, father of the Thomp son brothers of this city, who visited Liv ingston last winter, has again returned, accompanied by his family, and will make this his future home. Mrs. Owens, of Minneapolis, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Munro, of this city, returned on Wednes day. She was accompanied by Mrs. Munro who will be absent several weeks. Jacob Becker, of New York city, was in Livingston on Saturday last. Mr. Becker is in Montana for the purpose of engaging in stockraising and will probably locate a range in the vicinity of Big Tim ber. W. J. Anderson and T. P. McDonald returned this week from their trip to Deer Lodge county, where they purchased a car load of thoroughbred short-horn bulls for the improvement of their band of cat tie on the Boulder. R. M. Johnson, brother of S. M. John 8 in, arrived in Livingston on Sunday last from Chenango county, New York. Mr Johnson came with the intention of locat ing in Montana and may possibly engage in business in this city. Manager Maguire, accompanied by the Bijou Dramatic company, was a passen ger on Tuesday's Pacific express bound for Helena, where the company were bill ed for a three nights' engagement, com mencing on Thursday evening. A. L. Love and Geo. H. Carver were passengers on Tuesdays Park branch train to Mammoth Hot Springs, whither they went on business connected with Mr. Love's recent appointment as receiver of the Park Improvement company. Floyd Chamberlain, wife and daughter, arrived m Livingston Wednesday from their home at Binghamton, New York Mr. Chamberlain is the father-in-law of W. E. Thompson of this city, with whom they will visit during the summer. Rev. W. C. Fowler, Miss Julia Hard castle and Mrs. Geo. Gear, were in attend ance as delegates from the Congregational society of this city, at the annual meeting of the Congregational association of Mon tana, held at Helena*on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. of to is on J. V. Creighton, formerly of the general freight department of the Northern Pacific was a passenger on Wednesday's Pacific express, en route to Portland, where he expects on his arrival to receive the ap pointment of traveling freight agent for the company for Washington and Oregon. W. J. Footner, general superintendent of the Northern Pacific express^company, was a passenger on Wednesday's west bound train for Helena, whither he went to superintend the sale of articles remain ing unclaimed in the express office, the accumulation of the past year or eighteen months. Editor Hendry, of the Helena Inde pendent, was a welcome visitor among his many friends in this city on Sunday and Monday last, and as an indication of the hearty appreciation with which the recqpt marked improvement in that paper is received he was permitted to return with a largely increased list of subscribers from Livingston. Captain Wm. A. Rogers and son, and Charles Sargent came dewn from Bear Gulch Thursday, where Capt. Rogers has been superintending the removal of the Pullman Reduction company's mill to Deer Lodge county. They started by Thursday's train for Reynolds City, where the captain has charge of the Happaranda mine, recently bonded by Chicago capi talists. Rev. H. C. Simmons, general superin tendent of Congregational missions for Northern Dakota and Eastern Montana, located at Fargo, and Rev. Wallace, pas tor of the Congregational church at Bil lings, stopped off in Livingston Thursday on their return from the Montana Congre gational conference at Helena, for the purpose of enjoying a day's sport in ang ling for the wily trout. p. M. Freight Receipts. The following is a list of freight re ceived at this place, in carload lots, dur ing the month of April : No. Cabs. Pounds. Agricultural implements.......... 1 24,000 Beer............................... 2 42,000 Cattle.............................. 5 100,000 Can Goods......................... 2 44,000 Emigrant moveables.............. 2 40,000 Flour.............................. 1 22,000 Furniture.......................... 1 20,000 Hardware.......................... 2 45,000 Hay................................ 5 100,000 Lumber............................ 6 138,000 Lard............................... 1 23.U00 Machinery......................... 1 20,000 Nails............................... 1 23,000 Oats................................ 3 63,000 Potatoes........................... 1 27,000 Salt................................. 2 44,000 Sash and doors.................... 1 23,000 Wood.............................. 5 100,000 Wire............................... 2 43,000 Wagons............................ 1 25,000 Total.............................45 964,000 To this may be added nearly 600,000 pounds in small lots, making a grand to tal of over a million and a half pounds of freight received during the month. The National Park. Washington special, 1st: Mandcrson, from the committee on territories, report ed in the senate yesterday a bill to provide more stringent regulation for the gov ernment of the Yellowstone Park. In ad dition to the superintendent and fourteen policemen there is to be a commissioner who must be a lawyer, and who is to re side in the Park and exercise judicial power. The killing of game and the catching of fish, other than by hook and line, are to be severely punished. The secretary of the interior is to have power to lease plats of ten acres each for hotels, etc. Fort Ellis to bo Abandoned. Chronicle: The abandonment of Fort Ellis now seems to be inevitable. The commanding officer recently requested that necessary improvements be made at the post, and was imformed by the department that no further improve ments could be made, as the post was soon to be abandoned. The general im pression here, in view of prevailing facts, seem to indicate that the post is to be located farther west, perhaps near Helena. If the land comprising the military reservation is thrown open to settlement, the loss of three companies of soldiers to Bozeman will be some what mitigated, but if sold to one party, a long suffering community will be up in arms. Cinnabar A Clarks Fork Railway. A Washington dispatch of the 1st says : The senate committee on territories to-day decided by a majority of one to report favorably the bill which was reported by Mr. Sabin, from the committee on rail roads, to grant the right of way through Yellowstone Park to the Cinnabar Clarks Fork railroad. The bill is consid erably modified by the committee, and instead of one hundred feet wide, this grant is merely for sufficient land to carry the tracks and for station houses and shops. The number of stations to be es tablished in the park is limited to four, and the railroad company is prohibited from erecting any hotels or other build ings. An additional amendment to the bill prevents the company from watering its capital stock, and provides that the capital shall all be paid in before any stock is issued. Senators Morrill, Harris and Gray dissent from the findings of the majority, and will submit a minority re port against the building of any railroad within the Yellowstone Park. at a a a Fractured His Skull. Anaconda Review : On Sunday after ternoon at five o'clock Ed Stevens struck James Roberts with a shovel and fractur ed his skull. The men were both work ing in the concentrator, Roberts being the foreman of a small gang, of which Stev ens was a member. Roberts reprimanded Stevens for neglecting his work, when the latter struck him from behind with a long shovel. The corner of the blade of the shovel struck Roberts fairly on the top of the head and fractured the skull. The fracture is more than two inches long and makes a very dangerous wound. The in jured man was at once removed to his home and given the beließt of the best medical treatment. His condition is very critical. A warrant lias been issued for Stevens' arrest, but he cannot be found. Church Mutters. Congregational: Preaching at 11 a. in. subject: Sonship of Believers; end at 7:30 p. m., subject: Comm rce. Catholic: Services to-morrow in the Donnelly building on Second street, at 10 i'clock a. m., conducted by Rev. J. B. Halton. Rev. G. C. Stull, of Bozeman, will preach to-morrow at 11 a. m. at Luce creek school house ; and at 8 p. m. in the M. E. church, this city. List of Letters Advertised at Livingston, Mont., May 3d, 1886. Allen George McMahon John Douglass May McLoughlin L W Farlade&n Français Proffitt Ë 8 Humphrey David Thompson Mrs Lizzie Kinney D II Watson James Young Wm E., M D F. W. WRIGHT, P. M. SPECIAL MENTION. Look out for a grand dress carnival at the Roller Rink soon. A new lot of wall paper, latest style, just received at A. Krieger & (Jo.'s The transposition of quotation marks in recent music catalogue caused the fol lowing astounding announcement: "She heaved a Sigh in E flat for 35 cents." Oranges by the box at N. C. Matthies sen's. New patterns of carpet, oilcloth and window shades, at A. Krieger & Co.'s. Henry Watterson is reported to have said that he could survive the obituary notices published at the time of his ill ness, but the portraits hurt his feelings. Lemons- by the box at N. C. Matthies sen's. A large stock of crockery, glassware and lamps on hand at A. Krieger & Co.'s. Mrs. A. H. Stephenson is constantly re ceiving new additions to her millinery stock. All the latest styles in hats, bon nets, trimmings and ladies' fancy wear always in stock. Sweet potatoes at N. C. Matthiessen's. Oil paintings and picture frame mould ings of all kinds, at A. Krieger & Co.'s. Cranberries by the barrel, box or quart at N. C. Matthiessen's. Mrs. A. H. Stephenson incites an in spection, by the ladies of Livingston, of her large assortment of fine millinery just received, which is offered at prices that defy competition. Go to A. Krieger & Co.'s and select from the largest stock of furniture in the Yellowstone valley. Cider vinegar by the barrel or gallon at N. C. Matthiessen's. A "three-year-ole" discovered the neigh bor's chickens in the yard scratching. In a most indignant tone she reported to her mother that Mrs. Smith's hens were "wip ing their feet on our grass." Mrs. A. H. Stephenson receives each week a new consignment of all the latest styles in the millinery line. Young husband—I'd like to buy the Prospect avenue house, my dear, but it costs a big pile of money. Young wife— Yes, and then mother positively detests it; says, in fact, that she would net live there under any circumstances. Young husband—By Jove, that changes matters. I'll get a deed of that place this afternoon. A. Krieger & Co. have just received an immense stock of furniture direct from the best eastern manufacturers. New styles and low prices. Call and examine. "Dan," said the president, holding up a bottle to the light, "where did this last champagne come from?" "Same place as last." "Well, it's all marked 'Sec.' We don't want any second quality here. Send it back Dan, and tell 'em we want the best or nothing." 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 invités the attention of the ladies of Livingston. WIT. tion trate lects, will He show orist their great and they state real man tiful and ture. be Get Climax! Climax! Climax! See that you get the original Climax Flour manufactured and guaranteed by the undersigned and sold only by Thomp son Bros. Russell & Miller Milling Company, Bismarck, D. T. Notice. 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 be pleased to learn that they will be cordi ally welcomed at the Laclede Hotel, by Mr. Harder as mire host. F this T B for 1 lars X L at E the N and the F of of bv of Only Hair Alive. There are hosts of men and women who, to coin a phrase, are only half alive. That is to say, they have seldom if ever any appetite, are nervous, weak, fidgetty and troubled by numberless small pains and aches. In the presence of vigorous, exhuberant vitality they seem mere pig mies. Such persons are fond of frequent ly dosing themselves, swallowing in the course of the year enough drugs to stock an apothecary shop of average dimensions. This, of course, defeats instead of further ing the end in view, viz.: the recovery of health and vigor. Were they to seek it from an unfailing source of vitality, Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters, how different would be their case. Then vigor wold return to their debilitated frames, the glow of health to their wan cheeks, their trembling uncertain gait would grow firm and elastic, appetite, that grandest of all sauces, would give a relish for the daily food, were it ever so coarse, and refresh ing sleep would crown the tasks of the i day. or to J. 1 EVERYBODY LAUGH ! !| , I : ! j : ed ELI PERKINS, -At the Livingston Roller Rink, In his new Lecture, PHILOSOPHY OF WIT, Or How to Cause Laughter. WIT. WISDOM. PHILOSOPHY. HUMOR. In his new lecture, Eli Perkins (Melville I). Landon, A. M.,) will give a philosophical descrip tion of wit, humor, satire, irony and the pun, conundrum and bull or blunder. He will illus trate how laughter can he produced by the dia lects, by the anticlimax, and the paradox. He will show how oratory and gesture can produce laughter. He will give hundreds of laugh-pro voking illustrations of grammatical blunders. He will show how exaggerated stories [big lies! produce laughter. He will show the fallacy of Ingersoll's argument based on ridicule. He will show the relation of pathos to humor. The hum orist will also separate wit and humor and show their relations. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. When Eli Perkins delivered his lecture in the Illinois house of reprehensibles, there was a great rush—hundreds of people left the building, and they said if he had repeated it the next night they would have left the city.—Chicago Times. The New York Times pays and punctuates the following high tribute to the distinguished orator : "George Peck an intemperate editor from Mil waukee fell over the gallery last night while Eli Perkins was humorously lecturing in a beastly state of intoxication.'' Says the genial editor of the Congressional Globe: "We never ,but once, experienced more real genuine pleasure than when this eloquent man (Mr. Perkins) closed his remarks. That oc casion was when we won the aifoctions of a beau tiful young lady, and gained a mother-in-law— and then saw that mother-in-law sweetly and se rsnely pass away.'' P. S.—Eli Perkins distributes a six-dollar chromo to all who remain to the end of the lec ture. Parties of six who sit tlie lecture out will be given a house and lot. Admission $1.00; No Extra Charge for Reserved Seats. Get your Seats Rerserved at the Postoffice Cloth ing Store where tickets are now for sale. 1.V He S for of as as F OUND—On Park street, a small door key which the owner can h this office and paying for this T for sale. 4fitf BULLS :, To be seen at Mission. F. G. HILDRIGE. ALED 1-1 AX'— F. G. Hildridge has haled hay in town for sale. Apply to D. J. KEN NELLY. (4«tf) B ANTED.—Man and wifi to work on mill and woman to do cooking for mill crew. E. GOUGHNOUR. W (no kids). Alan iXOR SAFE. 1 Block 112. lars enquire of -Residence and lot on Second St., leap. For partiel H. T. CEPERLEY. X Block 112. Will he sold cheap. For partieu 43-tf L ITHOGRAPH pictures of Livingston for sale at this office at 25 cents each : put up in rollers and mailed to any address tor 50 cents each. Enterprise, Livingston. K OF P.—Meets • Frank's Hall. every Friday evening in A cordial invitation is ex tended to visiting brothers. II. T. CEPERLEX', C. C. A. R. JOX', K. of R. andS. K OF P.—Timberline Lodge No. 15, Timher • line, Mont at Moore's Hall vited. meets every Saturday evening X'isiting Brothers cordially in F. M. HIGGINS. C. C. J. K. WATSON, K. R. S. E STRAYED.—From Livingpton, a roan cow, with tips of horns sawed off, and branded with a Q 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 N OTICE—All persons indebted to Carl Miller in regard to business of the Spring Brewery and Saloon are requested to call on Leo Kahn or the Bank of Livingston and settle same. All ac counts and stock have heen transferred to said Bank. No other person is authorized to make said collections. BANK OF LIVINGSTON. F OR SAFE.—I hav< which I offer for sali the following stock at my ranch at Sweet grass: 27 cows, four and five years old: 65 head of two-year olds ; 50 head of yearlings, and 8 head of yearling bulls. This stock is all Hereford and onê-half and three-quarter Durham. An. Harrison, 46-Sf Sweetgrass, Mont. N OTICE OF DISSOFUTION.-Notice is here by given that the co-paitnersliip heretofore Existing between R. Goodyear and Otto Lenk, do ing business under the firm name of Goodyear & Lenk, is thiB day dissolved by mutual consent. Otto Lenk continues the business. Livingston, M. T., May 4,1886. R. GOODX'EAR. OTTO LENK. N OTICE OF DISSOLUTION.-Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership hereto foie existing between XV. H. Prewett and A. A. Richard«, doing business under the firm name of Prewett & Richards, is this day dissolved by mu tual consent. XV'. H. Prewett will continue the business and pay all outstanding accounts owing; bv said firm. All outstanding accounts due said firm aie payable to A. A Richards. W. II. PREWETT. A. A. RICHARDS. Livingston, M. T., April 14, 188«. it T o All Whom These Presents May Con cern Be it known that the co-partnership heretofore and now existing between George XV. Metcalf and Samuel A. Oliver, under the firm name or style of G. XV. Metcalf & Co., at Livingston, Gallatin county. Afontana Territory, is and is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. It is mutu ally agreed that the said George V\\ Metcalf i9 to collect and receipt for all accounts outstanding due or owing the said firm. Further, the said Samuel A. Oliver by these presents hereby as signs,Jtransfers and 'sets over to said George XV Metcalf all and singular the said accounts. Signed this 4th day of XT ay, 1886. GEO. XV. METCALF. S. A. OLIX'ER. [4-347 N otice for publication.—L and of flee 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 24th, 188«, viz: Geo. J. Allen, of Livingston, H. S. 218 foi the XX'. V S1 NE. i i and NXV, E. h and NE. S. XV h, Beet. 22, T. 3, S. R. 9E. He names the following wit nesses to prove bis continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: John K. Hathhorn, of Livingston; Newton S. Lilly, of Livingston : Florein S. Compiler, of Livingston : John A. Lovelv, of Livingston. O. P. CHISHOLM, Register. First published April 17. N OTICE OF FORFEITURE —Territory of Montana, County of Gallatin—ss. February Si, 1886. To James Howell and John XV. Howell, fco-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. D. 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 me was made in order ti) 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. DAVID H. BUDLONG. 8 L na ' m ' n "™" * ii.____ __ _______ — -, No.537, dated July 13th, 188:), upon the 8. SIX'. (i and 8. of SE. 1 i . Section 22, ashii. 3 North. Range 8 East, in Gallatin April ti, 188«. Complaint having heen en tered at this office bv Oliver L. McCann against , William J. Dunn, for abandoning his homestead I entry - - ■ «■ : of ! Townshit........... j countv, 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, 188«, at 10 o'clock a. m.. to respond and furnish testimony concernin'.' said alleged abandonment, OT P. CHISHOLM, Register. JOHN T. CARLIN, Receiver. First published April 10th, 1886. '4-347i Land Of IkTOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 1.V tice at Bozeman, XI. 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 he made before the Register and De ceiver at Bozeman, M. T., on Mondav, Muv 24th, 1886. viz: John R. Hathorn. 11. 8. No. 567, for theE. 1 2 of 8. W. *4 and S. V t of S. E. of Sec. 4. T. 4, S. R. 9 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous lesidence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz : Florein 8. 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. ApriilO, 1886.] S HERIFF'S SALF.-Joseph N. tiff, vs. James Fowlie Duncan, plain eta!., 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. I). 1886, between the hoiirs of 9 o'clock a m. and 5 o'clock p. m. of said day, all the right, title and interest of the above named defendant, James Fowlie, in and to the following described real es tate, situate, lving 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 ( 12l,in block number seventy-nine (79), together with the two story frame building or structure thereon, ktaown as the Fowlie Theatre Building. Dated at Bozeman thiy 30th day of Anril. A. I). 188«. ANDREW.!. EDSALL, Sheriff of Gallatin County, Montana Territory. MILCH COWS. A lot of young fresh milch cows for sale, or will take in trade yearling steers. Address Box L, Big Timber. 46-4t BAINK EXCHANGE POOL & GAMING HALL, OTTO LENK, Prop. Wines, Liquors and Cigars OF TIIE BEST BRANDS. Club Rooms in Connection. Lumber ! Lumber ! At the Montana Lumber Co.'s old Stand. LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, MOULDINGS, Pickets, Lath- Shingles, Building Pa per, iPiaster Paris, Plastering Hair. Etc., Etc., Agents for Bodine and Keystone Roofing. Office opposite skating riuk. GORDON BROS. S-A-nSTD ! -FOR Building Purposes, Will he furnished in any quantity dersired by the undersigned. A first-class article. 45 tf CEO. T. YOUNG. N. P, FEED STABLE! SECOND STREET, NELSON 4 ANDERSON, Proprietors, Full Rig Carriages and Saddle Horses for the accommodation of the public at reasonable terms. Horses Bought and Sold. Stock Boarded and cared for by the day, week or month. GEORGE WELCOME, PROPRIETOR OF THE CITY RESTAURANT is i9 22, K. of : of of by of to full to the SALOON IN CONNECTION — WITH — Milwaukee Keg Beer ON DRAUGHT EX'ERY DAY. GARDINER. - - MONTANA. JOHN BAMFORD, CARPENTER AND BUILDER. JOBBING A SPECIALTY. Estimates and Specifications for any classof building furnished on application. Shop on Second St.. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, FRANK HOBBS, Proprietor, COOKE, MONTANA. First Class in every respect, and Special Attention given to accommodation of the Traveling Public. Park Restaurant ! CHRIS. McGRATH, Prop , Main Street, Opposite Postcfflce. Meals at all Hours, Everything New and Neat and tables supplied with all tiie delaeaeies the market affords. CHRIS. McGRATH.