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2:25 a.in. oingeast). !*:15 a.in. ........ 2:10 a.in. join g east]............ Frei '"tit I «»in« «est» ............ 2:00 p.m. y fright «going «'ast) ............10:30 a. in. | M )iinil accommodation train stops 25 Tl ". mil the east-bound train 20 minutes, for < U, Th' ........ "•"''arrival Nortliern Pacific. arrive. iin,litwl express ( going west).... 3:55 a.m. *• . .. „mnioclation ex. (going west) i>:30 p.m. r Mmifed express (going east)... I' ir.omnxHlation ex.(- ......* Freight (going west)............ ..........., il Freight (going east]............ limited trains depart fixe minute after. !ii' Minnesota & Northwestern. l,v. St. Paul Ar. St. Paul la jfc Kansas City.....+8:10 a.m +7.50 p.m :7:05 pm *8:30 a Waterloo A I)u ...................:7:05p.in. *8:30 a.m nili'lph, Northfield, Fari I,alt and Waterville accom .'„l.gion..................+4:30 p.m. tll:20am , '..nfer, Rochester, liwtin and Lyle, acconi miiilaii'in..................+4:30 p.m +11:20 a.m .ii iil) except Sunday. JDaily except Saturday .paiiv except Monday. I.Ivingston I'ostofilce. , )|K .ii week «lays from 8 a. m. to 7:30 p. m | . |f j ;l v<, from 0:30a. m. to 10:30 a. m. jl'rtiey order and register business trans ipuii Ha in. to7:30 p. in., week days. Mails going west will close at 7:30 p.m llaiN n' i'ig east will close at 7:30 p. m. J. J. McHRIDK. Postmaster, Close ot Volume. Witli this issue the Enterprise closes , fifth year of its existence, and in this „ruction we desire to call the attention ( tliiise subscribers wlio are in arrears the fact that this is a proper time to -plate their obligations. It has not ^ the custom to annoy our readers with pistent duns in the columns of the Ex fti'itisK. but we take this opportunity .täte that lulls for all arrearages will m ade out and mailed to such sab j 1 „. r . as we cannot reach in |>crson and .t that tlii» modest invitation will meet |itl, a prompt response. LOCAL LAYOUT. II. Cornwell, formerly of this city, )cn ,]s building a fine two-story hotel at |nrt Custer. L. Wallace lias purchased the Mor n property on the north side of Con iictnrT. J. Laughlin. Giono: W. Metcalf is nursing a very me arm as a result of coming in contact $tli a sad-eved cay use. Engineer George Geer is erecting a neat (I commodious two-story residence on iird street near Lewis. The floral festival given at the rink lursdav evening by the young ladies of I Congregational church was an enjoya affair and a financial success, j. ,s. Shepherd's panorama of war lies at tiie rink last night attracted a ir sized audience, to whom the entér inaient proved highly satisfactory. Mulkcrn & Murray have added to the tctiveness of their saloon by fitting up •ast window with an aquarium and king it with trout. It is fed by a mature fountain supplied from the wa works. The Livingston base hall club is now lly organized and will be pleased to ar from other nines in the territory. Mr. to on ing tana Dowd captain. All communica ns should be addressed to S. L. Wal secretary. In compliance with the direction of imnndcr-m-chief Rea Farragut Post 7, Grand Army of the Republic, will lemble at their hall to-morrow morning the purpose of attending divine wor « in a body. ■Wer: All the delegates to the con ion. as well as the various members of Montana press in attendance, were ted right royally by the good citizens ivingston, and their only regret upon hng'was that their visit was necessar so brief. "lie much-needed crossing over the mad track on Third street is being put Hiis will he a great benefit to team • who have often been compelled to >t the switching of trains in order to the crossing on Main street—that be tlic only one hcretbforc available, brough parties returning from Castle, tairn that \Voodson Hodges has bond I'is interest in the Alick mine in that riet to Carter Porter for $18,000. The adjoins the Mother lode, in which rwent rich strike was made and in !• Orschel owns a half interest, wxt Wednesday being a legal holiday, public schools will be closed to per d't pupils to participate in the dcco <m day exercises. As the school year on the following Friday, the two amiug days will be devoted toexam 1<)us i and parents and others arc invited (tend. ^responding Secretary A. K. Yerkes tailed upon the various members of Montana Press association for a bio i ) ' l 'c;il sketch of their lives, especially pw+ion relating to their connection ' press, in accordance with a rcso ' D jessed at the last meeting of- the M association. Party consisting of cx-Governor ** aiJ d daughter, ex-Trcasurer Ray ami wife and Mr. and Mrs. II. F. tljas of Dakota and Mrs. John Worthy ca »o passed through Livingston in ,:, 1 car attached to Tuesday's east ad train. They wqre on their return 111 tour of the Pacific coast. * u ' ^ rs t tourists to the National Park •seuMitj were Mr. Hammond and wife lu t nited States army. Arriving in '"»'•ton, they learned of the active 1 tiori of ''Hell's Half Acre" and con d to avail themselves of this oppor to witness Excelsior geyser in uc m y found the roads in passable *'">1 and no lack of necessary trans utl, m and stopping places in the Park. this tion est to of tion the zens He izens will in a on open ment have tary. sist board will liian, tick, Joseph carried ters and as of $5,000 1st mine erty bank district. Park pm the not have the the Thorne having tion Park through ago. dent the a pnted At dining gant pared. over ors ing been a.in. a.in. a.in. p.m. in. 25 for Stockgrowers' Journal: Messrs. Briggs & Ellis, who have been ranging their cat tle on the Crow reservation, have with drawn them to their Park county ranges. These gentlemen say that the rate of tax a.m. p.m. .... at,on ls lower m Park county than is the , e( • C ^ 1C ^ roW8 for grazing privileges. This speaks well for the financial management of Park county. Hound trip tickets to the St. Louis and Chicago conventions will be sold by the Northern Pacific railroad at one first class unlimited fare for the round trip. The tickets for St. Louis will be sold on May 30th, 31st and June 1st, good to return until June 14th. Tickets to Chicago will be sold June 13tli, 14th and 15th and will | be good for return until June 24th. If any further extensions of limits are agreed upon dne notice will he given. I Arthur Noler, a diminutive specimen of the artist tonsorial, hut endowed with a large-sized gall ami unlimited propensity as a dead heat, skipped out Tuesday after a brief stay in the city. During his so journ here he formed numerous financial attachments, that were ruthlessly severed I by his sudden departure, leaving the vie tinis to console themselves in the'belief that their individual loss resulted m the I city's gain in thus ridding it of his pres-1 ence - The Livingston Pleasure Seekers were to greeted by a large audience on Monday evening last at the rink. The entertain ment, considering the fact that the com pany had hut a short time, in which to re hearse and prepare for the occasion, was above the average of those given by ama teur performers. The company propose ! to repeat the entertainment at some future date, and in the meantime will attempt to become more proficient by devoting the necessary time to rehearsals. L» at necessary time to rehearsals. T _ _ James Martin was arrested Wednesday on a warrant charging him witli cattle stealing. The complaint was made by j George J. Allen of the upper Yellowstone, I from whom Martin was accused of steal ing a calf and confining it in the barn of John Merene. Martin had an examina tion before Probate Judge Kelly, who hound him over in the sura of $500 to | await the action of the grand jury, in de fault of which he was remanded to jail. Major Pease of I Yellowstone Journal Park county is not a member of the Mon- 1 tana Horticultural society. He makes! this statement as introductory to the rela tion of an act performed by him in 1864, which certainly entitles him to the high est honors that can he conferred by that honorable and venerable body. It is only to be regretted that Major Pease has not carefully preserved the material evidence of the act. It would prove a valuable addi tion to the society's collection of relies. Castle special : T. S. Ash, treasurer of the Cumberland company, came in from Livingston Sunday to lay before the citi zens a proposition to build a smelter here. He lias arnngements all made to order a $15,000 smelter on condition that the cit izens raise $3.000 bonus. The amount will he raised easily by the residents and in a few r weeks the smelter plant will he on the ground. F. L. Hensley has thrown open forty acres in town lots for settle ment near the original townsitc of Castle Articles of incorporation of the Main Fissure Quartz Lode Mining company have been filed with the territorial secre tary. Capital stock $1,500,000, to con sist of 30,000 shares at $5 each. The board of trustees for the first three months will lie Frederick Carr, Charles H. Litcli liian, William F. Wittick, Erle B. Wit tick, John Byard, Andrew H. Paton and Joseph W. Clymer. Operations are to be carried on in Park county, with headquar ters at Livingston, branch office at Phila delphia. Pa. The bond to A. K. Barber of Helena and Joseph Reed of New York on the Homcstake mine at Cooke City' lias been accepted and work will be begun upon it as soon as snow will permit. The terms of the bond require the expenditure of $5,000 in development of work before the 1st of ' September, at which time if the mine is accepted the purchase price of $70,000 will be paid. This is the prop erty in which the defunct First National bank owns a onc-fourth Interest and is considered one of the best mines in the district. President Gibson of the Yellowstone Park associstion is in Washington for the pm pasc of getting his lease from the gov ernment properly adjusted. Several of the hotel buildings of the association are not on leased grounds and changes will have to be made to carry out the terms of the agreement. The formal transfer of the property was made last week by E. E. Thorne of New York to the syndicate, he having purchased it as trustee for the Northern Pacific and the present associa tion at the sale by the receiver of the old Park Improvement company effected through the courts of Wyoming two years ago. Thursday evening the Englishmen resi dent in this city and vicinity observed the anniversary of the queen's birthday by a dinner at the Albemarle iiotel. A few intimate friends were invited and jiartici pnted in the festivities of the occasion. At 8:80 o'clock the party repaired to the dining room of the hotel, where an ele gant and elaborate repast had licen pre pared. The festal board was presided over by Walter Goodall, who did the hon ors of the occasion in a graceful and pleas ing manner. After ample iustice had been done tbe dinner, the evening was is P A. lar 25 etc. by no the the the for In of spent in social intercourse, interspersed by toasts and responses. Chronicle : Last week the deputy vet erinarian shot two horses belonging to Mr. Hendnckson of this city, both of I which were afflicted with glanders. He allowed Hendrickson $10 foi burying them......George Josephs informs us | that an accident occurred on the Cook City stage road that came near resulting fatally to one or more passengers. The stage team, which was trotting down the hill, broke the harness and could not be controlled. Dave Fleming, one of the passengers, was quite badly injured, and it is feared that hones have been broken. George says that the roads to Cooke are splendid and that several parties are going to Cooke. The Livingston base ball club went to I Bozeman yesterday to play the nine of that city. The game was an overwhelming defeat for Bozeman, the score standing at the end of the ninth inning 36 to 12 in favor of the Livingston "wielders of the willow." The home team was score indicates that our I greatly superior to their j ^ I opponents, hut the fact that they permit'I ted the Bozeman hatters to make twelve ** runs demonstrates the necessity of he systematic practice before trying conclu- 1 sions with the Helenas on Wednesday next. J The Livingstons are composed of material ted to win from Helena the laurels earned by I last season's games, and should not permit themselves to fail by lack of necessary the practice. I was re- Benton and several other towns in nor-1 was them Montana are erecting large wool warehouses for the convenience of flock ! masters in handling wool. Such an en terprise would he advantageous to Living-1 to ston and would he the means of bringing the here much of the fleecy product that now L» to «tar m arkets and takes with it , , the business that can and should be di-1 verted to this place. A large warehouse by j where woolgrowers could properly store I their product, so that it could be inspect ed and bought upon its merits, is one of of the needs of this city. Such facilities would attract buyers and offer advantages to the woolgrowers that would make Lm to | ingston one of the principal markets ln ! the territory. The announcement of a republican ] I ra ^T a * d,e rink Saturday night brought] 1 out a lar S e audie oee, the seating capacity of the buildin 8 ,jein g taxed to *ta tumost. The meeting was addressed by Messrs. Goddard of Billings and McCutcheon and | Carter of Helena. The speakers arraigned the democratic party for false pretenses | of reform and showed the evils that would result to the industries or the country and the injustice that would he worked to the laboring classes in the reduction of the tariff as proposed by the present adminis tration. The speeches were listened to with close attention, only broken by the repeated outbursts of applause indicating that the sentiments expressed were fully concurred in by the audience. I. Orschel returned from Castle on Sun day last, whither lie had been inspecting the Mother lode, owned by himself and C. F. Martin, and in which a rich strike had just been made. The load was struck in a drift from the main shaft, which is down aliout fifty feet, and is pronounced the finest ore yet discovered at Castle. It | is a three-foot vein of carbonate and gale na, assaying seventy ounces in silver, one half ounce gold and 57 per cent, lead, the body of ore increasing in width as work upon it progresses. It is needless to state that Mr. Osclicl is more enthusiastic than ! ever over the luture of that wonderful camp. He is making arrangements to ship the product of the mine for reduc tion and will freight by teams to this P ,ice ' The officers elected by the board of di rectors of the Livingston Building and L Loan association are: R. Law, president; (| John McNaughton, vice president; L. H.I 0 Talcott, secretary; P. Hoopes, treasurer;L A. R. Joy, attorney. The capital stock has been increased from $500,000 to $1,000,000. Over 2,600 shares have al- j ready been subscribed, which insures a loaning capital of $1,300 monthly with which to togin business. The first regu lar monthly meeting of the association will he held in the Dodson building on Monday evening next. A special tax of 25 cents per share will be collected at this meeting from all stockholders to defray incidental expenses, such as books, rent, etc. This special assessment will be paid by all present and luture stockholders and no other special levy will ever be made. A meeting was held at the Albemarle parlors Wednesday evening to consider the advisability of taking steps towards city organization. It seemed to he the almost unanimous opinion of those present that some more effective method for con trolling the affairs of the town should he adopted than at present exists. As a re sult, a committee consisting cf C. H. Stebbins, George T. Chambers and A. R. Joy was ap|iointed to procure a mop of the proposed corporate limits and secure the neceseary names to a petition praying for incorporation. The movement is a good one and should receive the hearty support of every property holder in the town. The time has come when Living ston should be something more than a mere aggregation of buildings. Some recognized authority is needed whereby a (letter sanitary system can lie enforced and needed public improvements secured. In order to bring about these desired re forms incorporation is a necessity, and for this reason it is urged upon the attention of our citizens. + a in of by a I to vet to of He us PERSONAL P0IHT8. Cook The the be the and are going to that at in the Geo. W. Wakefield of Bozeman is in the city. Martin Ranmael of Red Lodge was in the city Monday. T. P. McDonald of Red Lodge was among arrivals in the city Tuesday. Route Agent Kirk of the Northern Pa cific Express company was in town yester day. J. M. Dodge, a prominent stockgrower of Big Timber, is registered at the Albe marie. Mrs. R. D. Alton visited several days this week with the family of J. W. Alton at Springdale. J. C. Vilas started Thursday for the Park to witness the eruption at "Hell's Half Acre." Chas. Crippen, of Billings, was in town yesterday renewing acquaintance with Livingston friends. R. T. Smith, the genial Gardiner mcr our I chant ' was amon S »«rivals from the upper j ^ ellowstone Thursday. James Hall was in town the first of ** ,e week on his way to Cooke City, where of he will spend the summer, 1 Frank White and C. A. Burg spent sev J eral days during the week at the célébra. ted pleasure resort at Hunter's Hot by I Springs, Special Agent and Adjuster Mead, of the City of London Insurance company, I was jq the city Monday in the interest of that company. Capt. Dave Noble was a passenger on Tuesday's Park train, on his way to Cooke, 1 where he goes to look after his mining in terests in that camp TT . T , . r ... ar , o îe e ar am an it H? eased tta K«melly residence in Park addition and removed | Jig f ani j| to Livimrston Herbert Nicholson, of ^ Helena, was in Thursday participating in the ^ es ^ v «** cs in honor of the queen s birthday ■ He is car, T in £ a broken arm, the result ! J car l ,as been conducting the hardware of a kick from a fractious colt. William Adkinson, who for the past ] business in company with Louis Lahm at Willistoo, Dakota, returned to Livingston Monday and will again make his residence here. son only the mer very new the at here. C. F. Martin, who owns a half interest in the Mother lode at Castle and to whose | indefatigable labor Mr. Orschel attributes the recent rich st|,ike in that property, ar | rived in Livingston yesterday and will re ma in over Sunday, Yellowstone Journal : Arthur G. Hatch, lately connected with the Stock Growers Journal as editor, has severed his connec tion with that paper and left yesterday for Big Timber,, where he will remain sev oral weeks, a guest of his brother, Com« missioncr George W. Hatch, of Park county. Eli Perkins, who delivered his lecture, "The Philosophy of Wit and Humor," in this city two years ago, was a passenger on Monday's west-bound train, accom panied by his wife and daughter. He is on a journalistic tour for the purpose of furnishing letters to the eastern papers re garding the northwest, | P. F. Hanley returned Thursday from Boulder, where he, with the other view ers, completed the work of locating wagon road to that mining district. The estimated cost of the proposed road is about $3,000. Mr. Hanley will remain ! in Livingston until after the meeting of the county commissioners, when he will go to the Boulder district and devote the summer to development work, David Boerum W'as in town the first of the week on his way to the Boulder min in g district. He is interested with sev L ral others m a number of rich claims at (| ]a t pi ace an d will superintend the work 0 f development upon the property the oming Night and day shifts will ^ em p Ioye d to thoroughly demon gtrate the extent and riclme8S of the mine8 j putting in machinery to handle it the ores. Decoration Day. Wednesday next, the 30th inst., will be a memorial day, the day set apart to com memorate and pay tribute to those who, in life, offered all in defense of the nation. The day will be observed in this city by Farragut post, by appropriate ceremonies. They will assemble at tbe rink at 1 p. m., and join the pnblic procession, from where they will march to the cemetery and deco rate the graves of the heroic dead. Upon returning from the cemetery they will again proceed to the rink, where memo rial services will be held. A Challenge. The following challenge from Ira Dodge of Bozeman to W. F. Sheard of this city appears in this week's Courier: "I here by challenge you to shoot a rifle match with W. B. Bcnliam of this place, of fifty (50) or more shots, two hundred (200) yards, off hand, at American Field target, for two hundred and fifty ($250) dollars a aide. Match to be shot at Livingston or Bozeman any day you name before June 10th, 1888. Fifty dollars forfeit money up at Bozeman National bank, which must be covered within ten days from date and balance to be put up on day of match." In reply to the above Mr. Sheard says: "As I am not a professional and not in practice I decline to accept the challenge. I will further state that I will lie unable to shoot tills season." is the S low bay five to N : iy of and the the N is has will snd all N n N. M. at in in was Pa days Alton the town with Chautauqua Circle. Roll call; quotations from George El liot. Lesson : Reading, "The Children's Crusade," from Longfellow, Mrs. A. W. Miles; sketch, Heine, Mrs. C. A. Burg; reading, sketch from George Eliot, Mrs. A. R. Joy ; life ofj Mohammed, Rev. W. C. Fowler; reading, "Mignon's Song;" "Wilhelm Meister," Goethe, Mrs. Har mon. The circle will meet at the resi dence of Rev. W. C. Fowler Tuesday ev ening. Church Matters. Services will he held at the Catholic church on to-morrow, conducted hv Rev. V. J. Vanden Broeck. Rev. Wm. B. Coombe will preach at the M. E. church to-morrow both morn ing and evening at the usual hours. Sun day school at 12 o'clock. Prayer meet ing Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Congregational church : Preaching at 11a. m. and at 8 p. m. The pastor will preach a sermon to the business men of Livingston. Sabbath school at 12 m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. of of of . XXXX Coffee. This celebrated brand of Coffee, so well known in the states as the Best in in the World, is now for sale at all grocery stores in the territory. Agents for Park county : Carver Mercantile Co., Livingston. 49-tf Ice! Ice! Ice! Parties desiring to have clear, Crystal Ice furnished at their respective homes, please leave orders at Charles Berg's wholesale liquor store, or at the Brewers. Respectfully, A. Landt. SPECIAL MENTION. Stall-fed beef at Holliday's. Fresh vegetables and fruits of the sea son at the O K Store. Lime always on hand at Livingston Lime Works, established 1881. O. Mattson. The latest Spring Styles of Suits and Underwear, Hats and Shoes are at I. Orschel & Bro. New and fresh Drugs and Medicines only dispensed by a regular Pharmacist at the Albemarle Drug Store. Use printed stationery and leave your orders for the same at this office. Our Stock of Furnishing goods, Sum mer Underwear and fine Flannel Over shirts is complete, and ami will be sold very cheap. I. Ouschei. & Bko. An elegant invoice of paper stock and new faces of type, received at the Enter prise office. Wilson Bros.' White Shirts, considered the best made shirt in the market, for $1, at I. Orschel & Bro. An elegant English Tooth Brush given away to every $2 customer at the Albe marle Drug Store. It you need a nice and nobby Suit take look at what I. Orschel & Bro. are offer ing this week. Special bargains, and great inducements to all. I. Orschel & Bro. are offering great bargains in fine Men's Shoes this week. Look at them and he convinced that you have never seen their equal for quality and price. Hefferlin Bros, have just received a car load of the celebrated Minneapolis White Satin and Cataract flours, noted for their superior qualities and no doubt the best flour ever brought to the territory. Don't fail to get a sack and try it. The largest and finest invoice of print er's paper stock carried by any country office in the territory just received at the Enterprise office. An investigation will convince business men and others that it is cheaper to use printed stationery than to buy blank paper. and Special is F OR SALE.—I hav«> for pale one hundred and fifteen head of medium and fine grade cattle, among which are thirty fine good milch cows, also fourteen head of horsep, including fonr <;ood brood mares with foal. Also one of the finest ranches in Parkjcounty, near Livingston, includ ing wagons, harness, etc, all of which will be sold at fair prices. E. GOUGIINOliR. May 24, 1888. 52-tf L ITHOGRAPH pictures of Livingston for sale at this office at 25 cents each ; put up in rollers and mailed to any address for 50 cents each. Enterprise, Livingston. K OF P.—Meets every Friday evening in • Thompson's Hall. A cordial invitation is ex tended to'visiting brothers. W. E. THOMPSON, C. C. A. R. JOY, K. of K. and S. Yellowstone Lodge No. 10, Livingston, M. T. JjTOR SALE CHEAP. 30 hoad of good cows and 2 year old heifers. Will give six to twelve months on part of it. This is a bargain. Come and see for yourselves, Willowdale stock ranch, Shields river, Montana. Address, O. P. Dabney, Livingston, M. T. 16yl C ATTLE FOR SALE-*! have between 40 and 50 head of stock cattle which I offer for sale. Parties desiring to purchase can see the stock at Barney Maguire's, on upper Yellowstone. For further particulars address MARTIN O'HERN, lm52* Livingston, M. T. L IVE STOCK FOR SALE.—I have for sale, at King Bros, ranch, (formerly Brisbin ranch), a number of shorthorn hulls, shorthorn and graded cows, fine Hereford bulls, No. 1 milch cows and saddle horses. The above stock, is in goou order, is acclimated and will he sold in numbers to suit purchasers, on reasonable terms. Call and see the stock or address. 41tf C. J. SWANSON, Foreman. S TRAYED OR STOLEN—The last of October, 1887, two mares from Rock Creek between Shields river and Crazy mountains, one dark bay, low set. with mare colt of dark color; one light bay with light bay, or sorrel horse colt; both mares branded A D on left shoulder, some old brands. Colts not branded nor weanea. Twenty five dollars reward will be given for their return to undersigned. A . C, DAVIS, Livingston, Park connty, Mont. N OTICE TO CREDITORS.-Estate of Hugh M. Munro, deceased. Notice is hereby given r the undersigned Administrator, of the estate : Hu"h M. Munro, deceased, to the creditors of, iy the undersigned Administrator, of the estate of Hugh M. Munro, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publi cation of this notice, to the said Administrator, at store of Babcock & Miles, Livingston, Montan place for the ti estate in the Coni ALBERT L. BABCOCK, the same being the place for the" transaction 1 **! the business of said estate in the Connty of Park. Administrator of the estate of Hugh M. Munro, Dated at Livingston, BI. T., May 4, A. D. 1888. N OTICE FOB PUBLICATION.— Land of fice at Bozeman, M. T., April 21,1888—Notice is herebv 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 Friday, June 8th, 1888, viz: " ' * " of south, _______ig wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, snd cultivation of, said land, viz : Charles Turley, John H. Rowe, Wm. H. Lee, Edward O. Lourv, all of Fridley, Park connty, Montana. GEU. W. MONROE, Register. (First pnh. April 28.1888.) N OTICE. —U. 8. Land Office, Bozeman, M. T. May 4th, 1888. Complaint having been en tered at this office by George 8. Klllorn. against William R. Clifford, for abandoning his home up on the section 24, uunxiueut +« • wax ilium, tf UUC OlII, loOO, sac. Samuel H. Trout, H. S. 796 for the west Vt of frac tional NW >4 and lots 3 and 4, sec. 8, tp. 6, south, range 8, east. He names the following wit n imam n. i inora, ior ananaoning h stead entry No. 585, dated Julv 13, 1883, N. H of SW. »4, and N. 4 of SE. 4, s« township 3, north, range 9 east, in Park connty. M. T., with a view to the cancellation of said entry: the said parties are hereby snmmonedto appear at this office on the 18th day of June. 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish testi mony concerning said alleged abandonment. GEO. W. MONROE, Register. WM. A. IME8, Receiver. (!•< pab may 12, b) El W. W. ev at 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 tlie guarantee that no better paint is handled in Livingston. We are willing to prove it at any time. Our Stock of Spectacles and Eye Glasses is the Largest in the Valley. We Guarantee a Fit. It is our intention to slay in Livingston and to push ourselves forwaid and we intend to do so by selling only first class goods and at the most reasonable price. Come one and all and give us a trial; our motto is quick sales and small profits. Albemarle Hotel, C. W. SAVAGE, Agt. Livingston, M. T. Agent for Garcia A Co.'s celebrated Havana cigars. Pre^r^thu^^c^mpounded night and day with accuracy and dispatch Orders from the country promptly attended to. NEW STORE! NEW GOODS, AND NEW PRICES! I have just received a newstock ot goods, consisting of DRY GOODS,GROCERIES, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats and Caps, and a full line of LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING be sold at VERY LOW PRICES. GOODS, which will BUTTER A portion of your AND patronage is solicited. a EGGS ALWAYS WANTED. Give me a call before purchasing. ALVA MAYNE, Main Street, Livingston. and $1, given take and you the HERBERT NICHOLSON, LITE STOCK, COMMISSION MERCHANT, DEALER IN Hay, Grain, Hides, Wool, AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE. Parties Desiring to Buy or Sell any of the Above will do well to Com municate with me. Office and Warehouse Opposite N. P. Freight Depot. HELENA, - - - MONTANA. MERCHANTS HOTEL, WM. MITCHELL, Proprietor. NEWLY REFITTED AND FURNISHED THROUGHOUT. . Special Attention given to the Accommodation of the Traveling Public. lj T Located, and _ Rates Only $2.00 Per Day. Central and be for in in ex MULKERN & MURRAY, - DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars ! Pool Parlor AND SAMPLE ROOMS ON PARK STREET at at a GORDON BROS. & CO., DEALERS IN ALL ÖHDS OF BUILDINO MATERIAL, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Native and Eastern Lumber, dressed and rough, Shingles, Lath, Pickets, Brick, Lime, Plaster Paris, Cement and Plasterer's Hair, Building Paper, Bodine Hoofing, Medal Brand Roofing, Paints, Oils. Store Fronts, Door and Window Frames Made to Order. Parties desiring to build and make payment on the Installment Plan will do well to consult with us._^nü H. L. LOWNDES, DEALER IN at L, COMMISSION MERCHANT. PROPRIETOR OF The Livingston Meat Market, Went Side Main Street. THE CITY HOTEL, GARDINER, MONT. MRS. GEO. WELCOME, Prop. Best of accommodations for the traveling public GEORGE "WELCOME, PROPRIETOR OF SALOON IN CONNECTION , __ — WITH — Milwaukee Keg Beer ON DRAUGHT EVEftY DAY. GARDINER. - - MONTA NA. F IR SALE—Forty-five bead of cattle; 10 dairy cows and one Shorthorn Durham bull in the lot. I. E, IRVING, Chico, M. T. l»-3m ANDY DEVINE, Barber and Hair Dresser, Hefferlin Bloc*, Main Street TH E MOST EXPfiRTWORKM EX EMPLOYED B. C GRIFFITH BLACKSMITHING AND WAGON MAKING. All kinds of repairing done neatly and promptly to order. Special attention given to Horrahotiig ud Making Stock Bruit. Shop, Lower Main Street, near Billy Miles A Rrw