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Northern Pacific. ARRIVE. CnrilU pxpreef, (goini; woBt)............I o? P ' m Atlantic pxpresp, (goina fast )........... ?•? Kreiglit No. 13, (goinu weal) .. Freight No. 14, (going eaet)..... ÜEPAKT. i>ai-ific express, (going west)— Ulantic express, (going east)... Freight No. 13, (going west)---- Freight No. 14, (going east)..... 6:30 a.m _____ll:30p. m ..... 1:23 p. m ..... 2:29 p. m .... 6:50 a.m .....11:45 p. m St. Minnesota * Northwestern. Lv. St. Paul Ar. St. Paul. l.ouis * Kansas Citv.....+8:10 a m +7.50 p.m. X~ :05 p m '8:30 a m , , ,,'a ,r o, Waterloo & Dn ^ .......................... »7 :05 p.m. *8:30 a.m. Kaniiolph, North field, Fari tmiilt and Waterville accom modation..................+C30 pm.+ll:20am p.idee Center, Rochester, \,7utin and Lvie, accom modation .................. +4:30 p.m +11:20 a.m. except Sunday. JDaily except Saturday. » Pailv except Monday. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway. ALI1KRT LEA ROUTE. Lv. St. Paul. ;l ._.o Express ....... *7 30 a m . Moines A Kan C'y Ex *7 3 1 a in tertown Kxpress..... *8 10 a m l.ouis Through Ex... +*i 35 p m Moines Kxpress — *•> 35 p in Morton..... *4 35-p m < mi ago Albert l.> d Daily nrday. Ticket ner Sihle building Fast Kxpress. .. (Hi 35 p ill •a Aocommod'n d3 25 p ni ♦ Daily Except Sunday. Lv. Minpls ♦8 55 a m *8 55 a m *8 30 a m +7 15 p in *7 15 p in *5 10 p m d7 15 p m d4 05 p in tExcept Sat ,lli, • St. Paul, 199 East Third street (cor ;ind temporary depot, general office Northern Pacific railroad, Broadway, mrth street. foot of Fourth street. Ticket office—Minneapolis, No 3 Washington avenue, under Nicollet House, and New Depot, F. U . et and 4th ave. north OVD, (L T. & i'. A., Minneapolis, Minn. Wakefield Stage Line. Livingston to Mammoth Hot Springs, daily ex P . 1 Î .• ■ n two tnn T a m • arrive at Mammoth Livingston q>rini Leave Springs 7 a. in. Hot . . . . „ arrive Ht Livingston I p.-- For express and passenger rates, see T. \ INE, nr ,-ail at N P- Express office. K. RICHMOND, Agt. N. P. Express m Livingston Postoitice. 0p p n week days from 7 a- m. to 7.30 p. midavs from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Money order and register business trans etid from 9a m. to4. p.m. Mails going west will close at 12:4o p.m Mails going east will close at 1:55 p. m. .1. J. McBRIDK, Postmaster. Notice*. There will he a citizen's meeting at the old Bank of Livingston building, next Monday night, to consider the advisabili ty of getting up a Fourth of July celebra tion. A large attendance is earnestly re if quested. LOCAL LAYOUT The Yellowstone has raised about five I feet since the morning of the 17th inst. J. o.Sax is fitting up the rear rooms of his establishment to be used as ice cream j parlors. The hank people closed their doors on Arbor Day in respect to Governor Leslie's proclamation. A force of carpenters have been at work this week placing a neat railing in the of fice of the probate judge. The employes of the railroad company at this point received their regular month ly stipend last Wednesday. Phil Mercer has purchased twenty I head of the Oscar Ewers band of cattle, and has placed them on the range west of town. Frank White is engaged in a complete renovation of his Baloon, and when com pleted will be one of the coziest resorts in town. Young Hoppe, who was injured at Coal Spur last week, is rapidly recovering and will be able to resume his duties at an early date. Wittich Bros, shipped a fine pair of antlers to R. L. Belknap, a Northern Pa cific official who lives at No. 5 Gramercy Park, New Y'ork, this week. Snow in the Park is from three to seven feet deep and some days may elapse be fore tourists will be able to enter. The hotels will not be open earlier than June 15th. Judging from the number of cars oa west-bound trains the freight traffic is on the increase. A great deal of mining ma chinery and lumber for poiuts in the north west is daily visible. We observed three bran new cabooses for the Montana Union on No. 13 Wed nesday, which were going to Garrison. Their bright color made quite a contrast amongst the old freight cars. The Northern Pacific road is placing some elegant cabooses on this division. They are of the standard build, but differ in color, besides having three coats of var nish on both the interior and exterior. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Shea will have [ the sympathy of their Livingston friends I hi the loss of their youngest child, . which died on the 6th inst., at Min neapolis, whither Mrs. Shea had gone on a visit. Moore, the absconding Northern Pacific agent from Timberline, has been appre hended at Redding, California, and is be ing held there to await proper requisition papers. The express company propose to make an example of him. We were shown two specimens of coke this week, one from Pennsylvania and the °thcr the product of the Coal and Coke company of this place, and to a person other than a connoiseur both articles ap pear alike in every respect. When your license expires don't wait for the county treasurer to so infornf you, hut walk up and renew* it. Treasurer Wright has enough to attend to without running around after delinquents, (and wes are informed that they are not few). The water tank in the rear of the Albe marle hotel is fast approaching comple tion, and its gigantic height is noticablc all over town. When completed, if a suf ficient amount of water can be lorced into it, it will be the source, of supply for all the hotel connections. The ladies of the Women's Christian Temperance Union will serve ice cream at the Free Reading Room, May 25th, be at of is U. he The they can He the but all early on mud ple mail, off ins, labor road some these was and so few ' m ?•? a.m m m m a.m m m m m m in in m m in tween the hours of 6 and 10 p. m. Pro ceeds to be appropriated for the benefit of the Reading Room, which is now open in the old postoffice building. During the latter part of this week travel in both directions has picked up wonderfully, all passenger trains being well loaded. Mr. Tinling says the daily freight receipts at this station will run from $1,200 to $4,000, winch shows what an enormous business is done at Livingston. Two novel engines went through during the early part of the week. They are for Nelson Bennett, the Cascade tunnel con tractor. The engines are small and rest upon four driving wheels simply, and will be run upon a track about three feet wide. It is presumed they are to be used in re moving rock from the tunnel. Last week while Charles Atkins, alias ''Chuck,'' who lives at Pfohl's ranch on the upper Yellowstone, was engaged in enriching the soil in that locality, he re ceived a gunshot wound in the upper por tion of the right leg. The ball struck his le and circled around, making but a slight flesh wound. His assailant is unknown Before Justice Ilosfurd, on Monday Philip Bottler waived examination on charge of assault with a deadly weapon against the person of C. C. Murphy, and was bound over in the sum of $500 to await the action of the grand jury, whicl amount was given by the defendant and he was released from custody of Sheriff Templeton. Train No. 1 last Thursday, whilst near Stillwater, met with a slight delay owing to a huge boulder falling from one the hills near the track. The baggage car was badly damaged, but fortunately no one was injured. The baggage and mail were transferred at this place and the car sent to the shops for repairs. We wish to announce to the public that we are prepared to do job work equal to any executed in the territory, and have on hand a fine quality of material. Persons desiring note, letter or bill-heads in tablet form, envelopes, business cards, meal tickets or anything in the line of print ing, will do well by calling on us and ob taining our prices. William Handley, who lives at Gardi ner, was brought to Livingston Friday by deputy sheriff Jackson, and placed in the county cooler where he will serve out a fine of $50 and trimmings imposed upon him by Justice Metcalf for abusing his family He had been on a protracted drunk but will have ample time to study the tem perance cause now. We are informed that the good people at Cooke have been considerably irritated of late regarding the irregularity of the mail system between here and that point, and in justice to ourselves we desire to state that the Enterprise is always mail ed on Saturday morning in time to catch both the eastern and western trains, so the alleged irregularity must exist with the postal department, and immediate steps should be taken to remedy it. Reports from the lower country state that the Y'ellowstone is running over her banks in some places, which we presume is the effect of the light falls of snow we have been having. If such be the case, judging from the reports from the Na tional Park concerning the great depth of snow there, there will be an unusual rise within a few days, as the warm weather has already begun to melt it, and when it disappears to make room for tourists it will make things boom. Captain LaGardc, medical department U. S. A., who has been stationed in the Park with Captain Moses Harris' com mand, came in on Thursday evening's train en route to Fort Assinaboine, where he lias been assigned for duty, bringing with him three private horses. They are perfect beauties, one especially being a thoroughbred Kentucky named "Bush whacker," and brother to Rolley, who trotted in 2:28i at the last Helena fair. The captain thinks the world of these horses and, judging by their appearance, they get the choicest forage Uncle Sam can buy. Nelson A. Story has been down on the range amongst his cattle, attending the round-up, returning home on the 17th. He states that he has about one third of the cattle he went into the winter with, but these arc in good condition, as well as all stock he saw at the round-up. Mr. Story thinks the road irom Laurel to Coal Banks will be pushed right through as early as the work of grading can be com menced; that the Minneapolis mining company bave some very fine coal deposits about forty-six miles from the Northern Pacific, and in order to place their product on the market will push the scheme. Owing to another heavy avalanche of mud in the Muir tunnel the railroad peo ple were obliged to transfer all passengers, mail, baggage and express matter last Sunday, which placed both trains slightly off their schedule. While there is no danger to personal safety from these cave ins, it necessitates an enormous amount of labor and expenditure of funds for the re moval of the debris, and we hope the rail road company will soon be able to devise some plan in making a provision against these occurrences. No. 2, last Saturday was delayed three hours on this account, and conductors say it is a matter that is beginning to try their patience, although so far as the company is concerned it is unavoidable. In passing by the old bank building a few days ago violent language was heard issuing trom the probate judge's office and, desiring to ascertain the cause thereof, we to a tle ble be Pro of in up well for rest re on in to entered and found his honor in a state of hostility. Timidly approaching the tri bunal we were shown what a Chicago firm had furnished for a seal. It resembled a small iron cistern pump, and the impres sion it made reminded us of a "Rising Sun" stove polish advertisement, such as may be seen upon board fences through out the country. As early as practicable it will be returned to the place from whence it came, and one of a more desir able appearance ordered. The blanks furnished the county by the Enterprise are satisfactory in every respect, and the officials claim they can discern no differ ence between them and those sent out by houses who make this line of printing a specialty. PERSONAL POINTS. J. C. Vilas returned from Helena on Monday. Sheriff Templeton went down the road Thursday on a business trip. Samuel Schott, of I. Orschel & Bro.'s, is visiting in Helena this week. Superintendent Root returned last week from a short trip up the road on business Constable L. A. VanHornc of Gardiner was among visitors in Liyingston during the week. W. H. Martin of Bozeman, brother of County Clerk Martin, went west on Wed nesday's train. Patrick Shea lias resigned his position at the railroad shops and has connected himself with McLaughlin's bridge force on this division. Under-Sheriff Eph Davis of Miles City passed through here on last Tuesday, en rote to Deer Lodge with William Smith convicted at their last term of court. Mr. A- C. VanDoren, the pleasant and gentlemanly representative of Bradstreet's commercial agency at Helena, stopped off here last week while en route from Miles City homeward. Dr. C. S. Whitney, the popular dentist of Miles City, spent a day at the Allie marie last week, visiting Mr. and Mrs. C W. Savage. He went to Butte to attend the Knight of Pythias conference. Dr. Sipes, a young medical graduate who has been practicing at Miles City, passed through Livingston last Sunday en route to Spokane Falls, where lie will probably locate, provided everything proves congenial. Joe Swerdfigger, deputy county clerk from Miles City, started for Butte but was corraled by mine host Savage and obliged to stop off here for a day or so. He went west early in the week, being a delegate to Butte's conference. Jim Conley, deputy United States mar shal from Deer Lodge, on his way from Miles City where he was in court attendance, after spending a few days vis iting amongst friends here, went home wards on Sunday's delayed train. General Agent C. F. M. Tinling of the Chicago & Northwestern railway, who is located at Miles City, went through on No. Monday on his way to Butte. Frank's official duties keep him on the road almost constantly, working up shipments. Express Agent Richmond received a letter from his brother this week stating that he had arrived at Brainerd, and had entered upon his duties as assistant to Su perintendent Ainslie. He is very much pleased with his new home, and likes the new duty that has been assigned him. Edgar Potter of the Stiig ranch on the upper Shields river was in the city this week. While here he purchased ofH.L. Bishir, late from Iowa with several cars of blooded cattle, Louan Duke, a handsome Shorthorn bull. He is a beauty and Mr. Potter is fortunate in securing so fine an animal for the improvement of his herd of cattle. Carl T. Peterson returned from Miles City last Saturday, where he had been in attendance on the famous McGurk case as interpreter. He was accompanied by Mrs. Peterson, who will hereafter make Livingston her home. They are at pres ent domiciled at the Albemarle, where they will remain until the completion ©f their residence. Colonel Wilbur F. Sanders of Helena was on No. 2 last Monday, bound for Bil lings to attend court at that point, where the Northern Pacific people are greatly interested in the field of litigation. The colonel informed one of our "rustlers" that most every one in the vicinity of the capital city are more or less inter ested in the new railroad schemes, also that the latest projected line was from Bozeman, which will be known as the Helena, Gallatin Valley & Madison rail road, but was unable to say by whom it was being run. The surveying party started out on the 16th inst. II. to ty, ple ty and for One Way Around. A peculiar point has been raised which, to the shipper of live stock, will result m a victory against the inter-state law, and which we clip from an exchange, as fol lows : "It has also been discovered that cattlemen have to trail and feed their cat tle en route, and are therefore recogniza ble as employes entitled to transportation." Should there be any foundation t«» the above, various other methods will arise, whereby the patrons of railroad corpora tions may, technically speaking, be considered as employes; de vices will spring up, which will at first seem ridiculous, in order to evade the stringent measures the law has adopted with reference to the issue of free trans portation, which will require the present sections in force to be amended. last any of is of ing ter for en be at of tri a as by a on Arbor Day. Although Tuesday, the day set apart for the planting of trees in this territory, was one of the most favorable we have had tor the occasion thus far tiiis season, our citizens seemed to take no interest in beautifying their premises. This derelic tion, however, was not the result of any disinclination to comply with the man dates of the proclamation. The merchants were obliged to remain at their respective business places in attending to the wants of customers, and the railroad boys, who comprise a considerable portion of our population, possess no homes of their own and were therefore not interested in ar boriculture. Again, persons who desired to ornament the grounds surrounding tiieir premises, did so about the middle of April, Tuesday being altogether too late in the year to plant trees, and to effectual ly make Arbor Day an occasion for the planting of shrubbery, his excellency must see the necessity for establishing an earlier day for this beautiful ceremony. A May Snowstorm. Early Sunday evening a light snow commenced to whiten the ground, contin uing for three or four hours, until a deptl of six inches was reached and Livingston presented a wintry aspect. However, its duration was short and, even if found dis agreeable, it will greatly benefit the agri cultural and stock interests, as it was un accompanied by cold, and is surely what the country requires. If we are to be blessed during the coming summer with an unusual amount of moisture, which the chief of the signal bureau predicts Montana will be amongst the first in the union in the production of cereals and with her abundance of meadow or hay land, a sufficient amount of grass can be cut this fall for winter feeding of all classes of stock, and we will be better prepared to meet the chilling blasts of a rigorous winter, provided we are again to be so af flicted. An Alleged Assault. Last Saturday morning Tommy Thomp son, a ranchman who is located on Mission creek, was arrested on a complaint filed by Henry Klump, a neighbor, charging Mr. Thompson with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to do bodily injury said complaint being issued by Justice Redfield. The case was called for hear ing at 2 o'clock p. m. the same day, and Judge Savage, after listening to a rambling story from the lips of the complainant, in conjunction with the nonfulfillment of the balance of the witnesses produced on be half of the territory, to corroborate even a syllable of the flimsy yarn spun by Klump, interposed a motion for dismissal, which was sustained by the honorable court, and the prisoner was released from custody. Mr. Hicks, counsel for the defense, desir ed to have the complainant assessed the costs, as the prosecution, which was but one of numerous others against this gen tlemen of a similar character, was shown to be malicious, but Justice Redfield fail ed to concur. Our Sports. The secretary of the Livingston base ball club on the 18th inst. addressed the following communication to the editor of the Independent, which shows that our boys have pluck as well as plenty of money when it comes to matters that will interest the people here : Dear Sir:—We hereby challenge the Helena base ball club to play a match game of base ball at Livingston, on Dec oration day, Monday, May 30th, for two hundred dollars ($200) a side. National league rules to govern. Livingston Base Ball Ci.fr, Per M. Wetzstein, Secretary The following is a list of the members : II. Wallace, captain; J. Tibbits, assistant captain; C. Booth, C. Betz, J. E. Mintie, W. Hughes, T. Conan, J. J. McBride, H. Os borne. No reply as yet lias been received to the challenge, but we have it from a re liable source that the Helena boys will accept, and an interesting game be played here on memorial day. The Fourth of July. This, the one hundred and eleventh an niversary of our Independence, in con nection with the organization of our coun ty, should be made an event that the peo ple of Livingston and surrounding vicini ty should long remember, and the busi ness men should call a meeting at an early date for the purpose of appropriately cel ebrating both events, arrange a programme and appoint a committee to solicit funds for the occasion. Let the good work be commenced at once. The Game Law. The game law is so amended by the last legislature that it is unlawful to kill any buffalo, moose, elk, deer, mountain sheep or antelope, between the first day of December and the fifteenth day of August of the ensuing year, and at no time can they be killed for the hide or head, or for market or speculative purposes. Also, it is unlawful to kill any grouse, prairie chicken, pheasant, fool hen, sage hen, par tridge, or quail between the fifteenth day of November and the fifteenth day of August of the ensuing year, and it is un lawful at any time to kill them for market purposes. Game of every description is becoming scarce and under the old system of kill ing for the market was becoming rapidly exterminated. It would have been bet ter had our lawmakers prohibited the killing of large game for any purpose for at least five years; that would have giv en them a chance to multiply, and under subsequent protective laws, they would be spared to us many years. The buffalo, at the present time is nearly extinct. in Some can be found on the Musselshell, Wind river and in the vicinity of Fort Assinaboine, but they number few. In ten years, where a buffalo robe or skin could be purchased for a small amount of money they would be looked upon as great curiosity, and unless the above named classes arc protected by a more rigid law they, too, will in the course of a few years become extinct. Church Matters. Rev. Win. B. Coombe will occupy thé M. E. church pulpit to-morrow, both morning and evening. Morning service at 11 o'clock; evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Sabbath school at the close of the morning service. On Sunday evening, May 29th, the children of the Mission band will give an entertainment, consisting of singing, dia logues, recitations, etc. Congregational : Preaching at 11 a. in., subject: "Joy in Suffering," and at 8 p. ni., subject: "The Christian Religion Unique." Sabbath school after morning service. Baptist: Preaching at the old Bank of Livingston, on Maiu street, Lo-morrow, at 10:30, 3:30 and 7:30. At the afternoon services a series of lectures will be com menced,— subject: "The Church;" in the course of which a position taken by the Roman Catholic church will be assumed and defended. 11. Livingston. The Chautauqua Club. The Livingston C. L. S. C. will meet at the residence of Mrs. Joy, on Tuesday eve ning, May 24th. Roll call: Quotations from Goldsmith. W. E. Harmon, Pres't. Edith Rossfter, Sec'y. 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 to Builders. I am prepared to furnish dimension and rubble-stone in any size or quantity, for building purposes. The rock is of a first class quality and will be supplied at very reasonable rates. Call on or address D. K. Buchanan, 48-tf Livingston, Montana. Ice ! Ice ! Ice ! There is nothing like having a nice piece of clear, crystal ice to put on your butter. I have got it, and will furnish private fam ilies during the season at the rate of 1 cent per pound. Don't buy slush ice ! Respectfully, A. Landt. Queen Kapiolani was offered free trans portation over the Canadian Pacific, but preferred to pay her fare through the United States. Straws show which way the queen goes. Drunkenness, or Liquor Habit, can be Cured by administering Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea without the knowledge of the person taking it, effecting a speedy and perma neni cure, whether the patient is a mod erate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been made temperate men who have taken Golden Specific in tiieir coffee without their knowledge, and to-day believe they have quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effects results from its adminis tration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in confidence Golden Specific Co., 185 Race St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Dark Transportation. J. A Clark lias refurnished' his already extensive outfit of horses and carriages, and is prepared to do a general transpor tation business through the National Park during the coming season. He will also run the Cooke City maii and stage line, for which he has the contract. All wish ing to make a tour of the Park will find it to tiieir interest to consult with Mr Clark before engaging transportation else where. His place of business is the White Barn south of the National Hotel, at Mammoth Hot Springs. Call and see him or address him at the above place. List of Letters Advertised at Livingston Mont., May 16,1887. Andreasson, Man<rnns Lewis, Mrs J A Baird, Miss Elizabeth Livingston, John Ewart, Ole Oleson Monaker, John Henekson, Macks  Nilsson, Nils Lemon, C O Whitker, D W J. J. McBRIDE, P. M. SPECIAL MENTION. Fresh Salmon every Friday at Holli day & Richards'. Choice broken candy, 25c per pound, at P. O. store. Life: "Papa," said Mr. Gladstone's little boy, "how many legs has an ass?" "That depends on the ass,-my boy," re turned the Grand Old Man, Lord Salis bury has only two." All the leading papers and periodicals at the P. O. store. Our mixed paint we sell with a guar antee. Try it. Savage's drug store. We will save money for any one who will give us a call at the Savage drug store. The cowboy who had to break the news gently to the bereaved parents showed himself equal to the occasion by writing the following laconic letter: "Mister Smith, dear sir, the Kiotes has ete your son's bed off—Yurs, John Jones. 100 boxes apples for sale by N. C. Matthiessen. Window glass cheaper than dirt at Sav age's drug store. Headquarters for lead and oil, window giass, and mixed paint and paint brushes is Savage's drug store. First Knight of Labor—"What do you suppose Smith said the first time he saw that baby of his?" Second Knight— "Give it up. What did he say?" First Knight—"Let's make a knight of it." 2,000 pounds California Silver-Skm Onions for sale by N. C. Matthiessen. Cigars, imported and domestic, playing cards, stationery, etc., at Savage's drug store. Mixed paint, warranted strictly pure, and unequalled for covering capacity, at Savage's drug store. Slander is like a tin kettle tied to a dog's tail—very good fun so long as it isn't our dog. There is no danger to human lite more to be dreaded than that which arises from vitiated blood. Dyspepsia, rheumatism, headache, and general debility, all result from it and are cured by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Take it this month. Six bottles, $5. Fishing tackle at the P. O. news stand. Grocery and notion store for sale at Gardiner, Mont. Stock and building at j a bargain. Good paying trade of four years standing. Address 4t C. T. Wernecke, Gardiner, Mont. The cost of the cigars and whisky of the average man would buy his wife a $300 sealskin sacque, but it doesn't. Whether on land or at sea, on the prai rie or in the crowded city, Ayer's Pills are the best cathartic, being convenient, efficacious aud safe. For torpid liver, in digestion, and sick headache, they never fail. When God made man He seemed to think it best To make him iu the east And let him travel west. When you hear a merchant complain of slow salts and hard times just make up your mind that he neglects to advertise, which is the most important feature in any business. When a heavy consignment of goods arrive inform the public through the columns of your local paper, and the result will be surprising. at 1 ALBEMARLE DRUG STORE! HEADQUARTERS FOR Pure Drugs, Patent Medicines, Druggist's Sundries, Fancy Goods, Toilet Articles, Window Glass, Paint Brushes, Paints and Oils, Imported and Domestic Cigars, Stationery, Etc., Etc., We sell our mixed paint with the guarantee that no better paint is handled in Livingston. We are willing to prove it at any time. It is our intention to stay in Livingston and to push ourselves forward and we intend to do so by selling only first das« goods and at the most reasonable price. Come one and all and give us a trial; our motto is quick sales and small profits. C. W. SAVAGE, Agt. Albemarle Hotel, - - Livingston, M. T. Agent for Garcia &, Co.'s celebrated Havana cigars. Prescriptions compounded night and day with accuracy and dispatch by a regular pharmacist. Orders from the country promptly attended to. Cattle for Sale. We cordially invite everyone who is interested in Stock raising to come and see the finest lot oHhoroughbred, cross bred and graded Herford, Short Horn, Polled Angus, Gallo way, Holstein and Jersey Cattle ever shipped to Montana, and which will be in Livingston about the 20th ot May. mmm Our Stock is guaranteed to be what it is represented to be, and we will not be undersold. In exchange for thorough breds we will take stock cattle at reasonable prices. RICHARD DABNEY & CO. Livingston, Montana. APOLLO SPRING BREWERY --AND Soda & Mineral Water Works ADOLPH LANDT, Proprietor, LIVINGSTON, M. T. Another Carload of Falk's Milwaukee Lager Beer on the road. Prices are lowered. ONLY $3.50 PER QUARTER BARREL. Parties along the R. R. line and other places will please note reduction in price. LUMBER, LUMBER! At Montana Lumber Co.'s Old Stand. Lumber, Sash, Doors, Pickets, Lath, MOULDINGS, Building: Paper, Plaster Paris, Shingles, Plastering Hair, Etc., Etc. •LIME Always on hand, in any quantity from a barrel to carload lots. Agents for Bodinje and Keystone Roofing. Ofiice opposite Skating Rink, GORDON BROS. & CO. AT J. E. MINTIE'S BANK DRUG STORE! can be found all tlie leading Patent Medicines of the day. and as fine a line of Druggist Sundries as can be found. Those looking for Wedding and Birthday Presents would do well to call. Also lias the St. Paul Paint and Color Co.'s Mixed Paint considered bv all to be the Best, Cheapest and most durable mixed paint made. Also, White Lead. Oils,Turpentine, Varnish, and the most complete line of Paint Brushes ever in Livingston. Prescriptions at All Hours Carefully Compounded. I , a , Day Mad ? ,n kllhn S ff°pl)ers, squirrels and j P™™ dHgs^by usmg the, lately invented prairie dog destroyer, sold by Babcock & Miles, who have an agency for Gallatin and Park counties. They are guar anteed to kill dogs or squirrels in their holes or smoke them out. It beats traps by one hundred per cent. Go and wit ness this wonder and rid your farms of these torments. Lower Main Street. Board and Lodging $5 and $6 per week. Lodging 50 cts. and 25 cts. The house has been thoroughly renovated ami painted : Rooms and Beds cleaned and well aired and a Lar<re Sitting Room attached. Satisfaction guaranteed. JJgT'AIso Rooms to rent for family use, partly furnished. PARK RESTAURANT in connection. Good Meals for 25 cents. C. McGRATH, Proprietor.