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Northern Pacific AllnlVK. No Limited < •Xpro«: s (going euPtb. . 12:40 a.m. . i*. Limited » •Xprop: s ( going wept).. 10:20 a.m. N < 1 p3, Freight ( going weet i... .. 3:05 a.in. \, » 15. Freight * going wept i... . 2:30 p.n>. 1 ;, Freight » going wept)... . 6:00 p.m. \ « » 11 , Freight 1 going eaet|... . 1:30 p.m. Nan N') pi. Freight . is. Freight < going i going eiiPt )____ east).... . 3:05 a. in. ,. 7:00 a.in. Minnesota & Northwestern. I.v, St. Paul Ar. St. Pan ; KaripaH City.....t8:10a.m +7.50 p.m. :0ü p m 18:30 a m Wutcrloo A I)ii ...................77:05p.m. ^8:30 a.in. 6, Northfield, Fari nd Waterville accom ...............+4:30 p.m. Ml :90am enter, Rochester, and Lyle, accom ...........t4 :30 ji.m +11:20 a.m. pf Sunday. 71)ailv except Saturday ondav. tiol ni. .,1 from Livingston I'ostofttce. ■<>k days from 8 a. m. to 7:30 p. irom 0:30a. m. to 10:30 a.m. pier and register business trails Sa m. to7:30 p. in., week days, lg west will close at 10:00 a. m ing east will close at7:30 p. m. LOCAL LAYOUT. Mrs. bath the tij incuts G. W. Reitz has leased the rooms of Mrs. N. I mo on B street. 'Plie census of the c 1 1 y , as taken by Joseph Swindlehurst, shows a population of 1,802. A. L. Croonquist is erecting a hand tome cottage on Yellowstone street near Calendar. Monday Carl T. Peterson received his commission as postmaster at this place und on Tuesday assumed the duties of that position. Jack Anderson has been appointed superintendent of the Livingston C oal & Cuke company at Cokedale to succeed II. K. Graham. H,,, machinery for the Yellowstone mn; , ; ,t Castle itas arrived in Livingston an, I will shortly be conveyer! by teams to it., destination. Robert Glasgow has sold his ranch in iper Yellowstone, including imple aml fifteen head of cattle, to Henry Tier for a consideration of $1,500. \ Davenport has purchased the Wm. Wright property on the east side of Main ! .street, recently vacated by Ur. Campbell, and will fit it up as a business bouse. We understand that II. H. Andrews lins been tendered and will accept the po sition held last year by A. A. Deem, that of superintendent of transportation m the Park. Mayor A. \Y. Miles and W. E. Thomp son have been selected l>y Yellowstone lodge No. 10, K.of P., as representatives at the grand lodge which incuts Ueer Lodge next week. The stock of dry goods, millinery, boots and shoes of N. Davenport will next week he removed from the Smith building to the store room ou the opposite side of Main street, which he recently purchased of Wm. Wright. A water right of 10,000 inches was filed by the Livingston Electric Light com panv yesterday. It will he taken from the Yellowstone rivci west of town and is to he used for mechanical and manufact uring purposes. Drs. Collins & Shawk have dissolved ■ the partnership that has existed between I them during the past year. As will be f seen I» v his professional card, Dr. Shawk will still continue his office over Shcard's store on Park street. Ruht. II. Miller, who has been in the employ of the Northern Pacific at this place during the past winter, was married Tuesday to Miss Sadie A. Mills, Rev. Win C. Fowler officiating. The Enterprise extends congratulations. ; in is 6 We regret to learn ot the death of Mr. Archie Anderson, father of Mr. James Anderson, superintendent of the mines at Timberline, and of Mr. John Anderson, superintendent of the mines at Cokedale. He was of quite an advanced age. Pierce Hoopes, Jr., chief clerk for the Northern Pacific at this place for the last three years, has been transferred to Glen dive. * C. W. Hickman of Glendive will succeed Mr. Hoopes, and arrived Thurs day preparatory to entering upon his du ties here. The committee of the city council ap pointed to ascertain the valuation of the city property report that they find property valued at $800.000, and that to meet present indebtedness and city expenses for the current year a tax levy of 7i mills will be necessary. Through a typographical error in last [ week's issue, in speaking of the history of Joe Meeks, the first marshal of Oregon, our Red Lodge correspondent was made to say that in 1884-5-0 that brave fron tiersman traversed that section of country. It should have read in 1834-5-6. 8. M. Fitzgerald and H. H. Andrews started for Minnesota Thursday morning for the purpose of purchasing a shipment of stock for the Yellowstone Park asso ciation. The shipment will consist of seventy-five head of milch cows and 100 hogs. They expect to be absent about two weeks. The numerous friends of J. F. Long will be pleased to learn that lie will again open up a harness and saddlery shop in Livingston. A building for the purpose will be erected adjoining Ennis & Daw son's livery stable, on Second street, and Mr. Long expects to be ready for business by June 1st. On Tuesday evening next the Coke dale baseball club will give a grand ball at that camp. Excellent music will be provided for the occasion and all arrange ments have been completed for an enjoy able time. Handsome invitations, print ed by the Extekpkise, are out request ing the attendance of their numerous Livingston friends. The frame buildings on the south-west corner ef Main and Calendar streets, be longing to A. W. Miles, have been moved to lots on Calendar street, near second. This was done to make room for the new three story brick block to be erected in their stead, ground for which will be broken next week. Mentor Wetzstein, manager of the opera house, has, through extra exer tions, secured for the night of July 4th, Newton Beers' great attraction, "Lost in London." Mr. Wetzstein having thus started the ball rolling for a proper 4th IL V. Forbes, a former resident of Livingston who came to Montana eight years ago with N. Ebert from his home in Wisconsin, died on Bear creek, in the eastern part of the county, on Saturday last, of pneumonia. Deceased leaves a wife and five children in Chilton, "Wiscon sin, to mourn his loss. of July celebration, thinks our citizens sliould immediately further arrangements for the proper cxeicises of the day, and thus make a gala day in the history of Livingston. The possessory right to Grinnell Park, in the Upper Yellowstone, together with its improvements and water rights wns sold at sheriff's sale on Mondav. The price paid was $358.80, the amount of the mortgages and costs of sale. The property was bought by Attorney Joy for the mortgagee, Mrs. J. M. Rowe. W. Ji. Blanton, delegate from Living ston to the convention of Train Dispatch ersof America, to be held at Indianapolis June 12th, finds it impracticable to at tend. and has therefore issued an able and elaborate address to that body. The ; address was printed in pamphlet form and issued from the Enterprise office. Louis Miller, of East Helena, accom panied by a Mr. Ross, was in the city the first of the week arranging to put in a concentrator for Livingston Coal and Coke company at their works at Coke dale. The object of this additional ma chinery is to separate and remove foreign substances from the coal, thus enhancing its value for coking purposes. Architect Galbraith has just completed the drawings for a two-story brick build ing 30x25 feet, to be erected by Geo. II. Carver on the vacant ground in the rear of his store building. It will have a frontage on Main street of thirty feet. The first story is to be used exclusively for the dry goods department of the Car ver Mercantile company, and the upper story for the boot and shoe department. iss Margaret A. White died at Boze man on the 10th instant, after a lingering illness, at the age of nine years, three months and five days. Deceased was sister of Mrs. J. A. Badey of this city. The funeral, which took place on Sunday, from the Methodist church in that city, was attend s! by a large circle ot friends and acquaintances who deeply regret lier untimely death. As will be seen by the advertisement elsewhere another industry has been ad ded to those already existing in Living ston. The candy factory on lower Main street is now in successful operation. Mr. Reed, the propuetor, is an experienced confectioner, and aside from the manu facture of every description of confection ery to supply the wholesale trade, has opened a retail department tor the ac commodation of small purchasers. In the contest before the board of county commissioners for furnishing plans for a court house, our local archi tect, I. J. Galbraith, succeeded in capt uring the persimmon. Three plans were submitted, J. II. Hancock, of Fargo, Da kota, and Stranahan & Neuhausen being the other contestants. The plan adopted is for a building to cost in the neighbor hood of $25,000. The matter of a suita ble location for the structure could not be settled, and final action was deferred until the June meeting of the board. The Park branch is rapidly being put in first-class condition for the summer travel, two gangs of Italians lieing con stantly employed upon it. The necessity for this improvement is apparent when it is understood that under the summer ar rangement the company propose to take passengers from No. 1 to Mammoth Hot Springs for dinner, making the run of fifty-one miles from here to Cinnabar in one hour and forty minutes. Returning tourists will arrive in Livingston about 6 p. in., taking supper at the Albemarle preparatory to departing by the midnight train for the east. The election in this city on Tuesday fur members of the constitutional con vention passed off quietly, very little en thusiasm being manifested for either of the candidates. But a light vote was polled, which is accounted for in a meas ure by the fact that the polls were open only during working hours, thus com pelling the laboring classes to lose the time consumed in depositing their ballots or forego the privilege of suffrage. It is doubtful, however, if the result would have been materially changed, which is gratifying to the republicans. The vote was: Eaton, 215; Joy,221 ; Mvers,133; Field, 184. In pursuance of a resolution of the hoard of stock commissioners at their meeting at Miles City last month, the secretary, R. B. Harrison, has sent a cir cular letter to the owner of each record ed brand in the territory asking them if they are the owners of brands which they do not use, and which they are willing to have cancelled upon the records. This is done for the purpose of getting rid of the very large number of dead or unused brands which are upon the records. The large number of brands upon record, some 6,500, renders it extremely difficult for anyone to now record a brand without coming in conflct with some of those previously recorded. At the meeting of the city council Monday evening little business of im portance was transacted, aside from effect ing an organization for the ensuing year by electing standing committees and the passage of several ordinances which ap pear elsewhere in this issue. Following are the committees: Sidewalks—Nye, Sehlbrede, Willard. Streets and Alleys White, Nelson, Carroll. Ways and Means—Willard, Nelson, Nye. Fire Apparatus—Nelson, Willard, White. In order to obviate the necessity of special meetings another committee, consisting of Mayor Miles and Aldermen White, Nel son and Carroll, was appointed with authority to act in the matter of building permits, removal and repairs of wooden buildings within the fire limits. Is the Fourth of July to be celebrated in Livingston? We trust and believe it will be by the grandest demonstration ever witnessed in eastern Montana. The Enterprise would deprecate a repetition of last year's folly m permitting the citi zens of this town and surrounding coun try to go elsewhere for the purpose of dis playing their patriotism, and we believe our citizens are in accord with this feel ing. Another reason that should stimu late us to action is the fact that we are just entering upon the threshold of state hood and we cannot afford to be behind neighboring counties in this matter. In order to have a celebration commensurate with a growing county and thriving city, a move in this direction should he made at once. Let a meeting be called and ac tion taken without delay. S. M. Fitzgerald received a letter Tuesday from his son-in law, W. J- Hen derson, in which he stated that Hank Klamer had become separated from the rest of the party at Tacoma and waa lost; that a reward of $10 had been offered and i the police notified of his mysterious dis j appearance; hut that no great alarm was . felt for his safety, as he was equipped I with blankets and had with him the lunch ; basket belonging tu the party. Later ad I vices, however, state that like the pro | verbial bad penny he turned up, much to ' Jl ,e satisfaction of hie traveling compan ' i ,,ns i who assure his friends in Montana that a closer watch will be kept upon his movements in future to prevent a recur rence of such an accident—especially while he remains the custodian of their lunch basket. Charles Endlich, a German, was ar rested on Saturday last by Sheriff Tera pleton at a point below Park City and brought to Livingston, charged with for gery and uttering a forged check. His offense was the forging of a check on Bert Wright, of Shields river, and passing the same upon Otto Lenk. Sheriff Tem pleton experienced considerable trouble in capturing Endlich, owing to the fact that he lie is well acquainted with the country and avoided the railroad, but he wus finally apprehended as above stated He was arraigned before Justice Redfield on Saturday, waived examination and was held for his appearance at the next term of district court. Endlich is an old offender, haVing been guilty of i similar offense before, but secured iin munity from punishment through the efforts of a wealthy relative in Chicago. He is an educated man, being a graduate of Heidleburg. and can speak four lan guages, English, Greek, French and Ger man. He was, prior to coming to Liv ingston, a resident of Helena, where he is wanted by the authorities for some offense committed there. A sad and fatal accident occurred on Saturday evening last near the Northern Pacific shops, resulting in the death of Nelson Daly, the four yenr old son of Wm. Daly, and the mental affliction of M. II. Lashorn, foreman at the shops. It appears that Mr. Lnshnrn rode up to the residence of Mr. Daly and dismounted, when little Nelson, who was a favorite of Lashorn's, requested to ride, and as the horse was perfectly gentle, he was placed upon the animal, which for some unac countable reason became frightened and ran, throwing the little fellow, who in falling, stiuck upon his head and broke his neck. The fatal outcome of Mr. La shorn's intended kindness so preyed upon his mind that he became distracted, hav ing unjustly held himself responsible for the accident. So severe was his affliction that friends, believing he would only be benefited by a removal from the harrow ing event of Saturday, sent him in com pany with John Martin to Tacoma, to visit his old friend, Mr. Cressweller, where it is hoped he will soon be restored to sound reason. The body of the child was taken to Bay City, Mich., for interment, whither it was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Daly, who have the sympathy of the entire community in the sad affliction which so suddenly befell them. PERSONAL POINTS. Hoppe visited has Commissioner H. Bozeman this week. Ed. Dickey, of Emigrant Gulch, been in the city the past week. C. C. Murphy, of Horr, paid his Liv ingston friends a visit Tuesday. J. R. King of Castle was among the arrivals in Livingston Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Harvat visited friends m Bozeman the past week. Top. Foley, of Gardiner, has been so journing in Livingston the past week. County Surveyor Deutsch made a flying visit to Big Timber Wednesday evening. J. C. Vilas made a business trip to Upper Yellowstone points the first of the week. Editor Aldcrson, of the Register, came over from Bozeman and spent Tuesday iu the city. W. D. Pinkston, superintendent of the Horr mines, was in Livinsston Tuesday on business. George Alderson, ©f the Bozeman Reg ister, was in town Tuesday rustling in the interest of that journal. Mrs. S. B. Gillette, of East Boulder, was in the city Monday ou her way to visit friends at Springdale. Mrs. G. H. Wright will start for the east to-night for a six weeks' visit with her parents and friends in Iowa. S. R. Robinson and wife, of Billings, spent Sunday in Livingston as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crippen. H. S. Potts, of the enterprising real es tate firm of Potts & Webster, has been on a business trip to St. Paul the past week. Alfred Myers, delegate-elect on the democratic ticket from Dawson and Yellowstone counties, was in Livingston Thursday. J. J. Bowers, a building contractor, arrived with his family from California Wednesday for the purpose of locating in Livingston. Mr. Haskell, representing the publish ing house of Barnard & Co., of St. Louis, was in Livingston Tuesday in the interest of that firm. D. P. Van Horne, C. T. Peterson, Henry Howell and E. J. Bowen returned the first of the week from a successful fishing excursion in the Upper Yellowstone val ley ' E. C. Waters, manager of the Yellow stone Park association, waa in the city Tuesday on his way to the Park to put the company hotels in shape for the tourist season. City Treasurer Joseph Swindlehurst started Sunday evening for Wadena, Minnesota, whither his wife and brother were recently summoned by the serions illness of his mother. Charles Bowers, wh© is interested in mining property in the upper Yellowstone, arrived with his family from Glendive the first of the week and will make Liv ingston his future residence. James Krippner came down from Mill Creek Thursday and brought with him some nch samples of ore from the Silver Cliff, one of the group of mines recently bonded to the Minneapolis syndicate. Geo. W. Wakefield, manager of the Park Transportation company, was in the city Wednesday on his way to Mammoth Hot Springi to arrange for the opening of the tourist season. A letter from C. A. Baker, former ly receiver of the First National bank of this city, hot now of Merriam Park, Min nesota, states that he will pay Livingston a visit daring the coming summer, for the purpose of looking after his Cooke City interests. of & & a Wm. Carr, who has been a police officer at Miles City the past two years, was in Livingston this week ou his way to Mam moth Hot Springs, whither he went to accept a position with the Yellowstone Park association. District Clerk J. A. Bailey went over to Bozeman Sunday to attend the funeral of his sister-in-law, Miss Margaret White. He was accompanied on his return by Mrs. Bailey, who had been in attendance at the sick bed of her sister. A. J. Kenney, accompanied by his witnesses, E. Bennett, J. E. Gustine, Lure Taylor and R. 8. Kenney, appeared before District Clerk Bailey Thursday and made final proof of his homestead entry in the Shields river valley. L. C. Quoncc, the popular mixologist who has been with Jas. H. Deane at Su perior, Wisconsin, the past winter, has J returned to Livingston and will accept his old position at Mammoth Hot Springs during the season. He reports that Mr. Dean is prospering in Ins new field, having one of the finest hotels in the northwest. Earl B. Wittich and Chas. Gamier re turned Tuesday from a trip through Wonderland, having accompanied a party of three gentlemen from Neilsville, Wis. They succeeded in reaching the Geyser basins, but were unable to get to the Falls on account of the snow, which still renders the road to that point impassable foil teams. Pierce Hoopes returned Tuesday from St. Paul whither he went to meet Mrs. Hoopes and daughter Gertrude, who have been spending the winter in PennsyUan ia. They were accompanied on the re turn trip by Mr. Hoopes' sister, Mrs. Annie White, two sons, Louis and Wil liam, and Miss Sadie A. Mills. Memorial Day Programme. Headquarters Farragut Post No. 7, Livingston, Department of Montana, Grand Army of the Republic. General Order No. 1: 1. The 30th day of May, 1889, the twenty-first anniversary of Memorial Day—a day set apart by the Grand Army of the Republic to commemorate the glorious deeds of our departed com rades—will be observed by this post in such manner as will testify the undy ing love of a grateful people for the memory of those who died that the na tion might live. The commander de sires at this time and in this manner to thank those patriotic men and women within the jurisdiction of this post who have given their aid and sympathy to make successful this National Memorial Day, and they are cordially invited to unite with the comrades of this post in the approaching ceremonies. 2. Pursuant to orders of National and Department Headquarters, Farra gut Post No. 7 will assemble at Post hall promptly at 1 o'clock p. in., May 30,1889, form and march to the head of the line, to be formed on Main and Cal endar streets, in the following order: Yellowstone Band. Farragut Post 7, G. A. R., Orator and Chaplain. Children representing the Forty-three States of Our Union. Chapter and Lodge of Masons. Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Lodge of Knights of Pythias. " Knights of Labor. Locomotive Engineers and Brakemen. Children of the Public Schools. Citizens in Gênerai. The line will march to the Li ving ston cemetery, where the established ceremonies of the Grand Army of the Republic will be observed in the decora tion of the graves of our late comrades, whose remains repose therein. The line will then form and return to the Park Opera House, where the concluding cer emonies, including the oration, will take place. By command of F. W. Wright, Post Commander. Official: Geo. T. Chambers, Post Adjutant. To Dispel Colds. Headaches and fevers, to cleanse the system effectually, yet gently, when cos tive or bilious, or when the blood is im pure or sluggish, to permanently cure hab itual constipation, to awaken the kidneys and liyer to a healthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, use syrup of figs. SPECIAL MENTION. and Fargo's $2.50 calf shoe at Mayne's. Go to Mayne's for your groceries. Vinegar at the Brewery, good strong. Full line of ladies' and gents' furnish ings at Mayne's. Try "Best Tonic." For sale every where. Fresh lettuce, radishes, onions and spinach at Krieger & Co's. Lawson & Benjamin photographers will remain in Livingston until further notice. The "Best Tonic" is indispensable as a spring beverage. For sale by I. Orschel & Bro., agents. Choice eastern comb honey, at Krieger & Co's. The use of "Best Tonic" will insure certain and speedy relief from indiges tion. Give it a trial. Allan R. Joy advertises some special bargains in real estate. Call and investi gate. Hefferlin Bros, have now got a dried beef shaver, to furnish their patrons with fine chipped beef. Shoes to work in, shoes to walk in and shoes to wed in, at Mayne's. The attention of property owners is invited t© the list of standard fire iusur ance companies represented by Allan R. Joy. Just received a mammoth lot of sample gloves at Mayne's. Fresh strawberries and vegetables at Hefferlin Bro's. Ice will be delivered to families Mon days Wednesdays and Fridays. Leave orders with the driver or at the Brewery. Choice coffees and teas a specialty at Krieger & Co's. Wanted.— One thousand men to buy a pair of shoes at Hefferlin's. Call at I. Orschel and Bro.'s store and see the handsome suits of clothing they offer for sale at bed rock prices. You can get the best $2.50 shoe in the city at Hefferlin Bro's. Thems Sing has opened a laundry in the new building on Main street next to Johnson's blacksmith shop and wishes to aunonnee that he will do a superior class of washing. A share of the patronage solicited. Give him a call. 4t Until May 25th, you can get one dozen of Benjamin's best cabinet photos for from $3 to $3,50. Gallery West Park street will be closed indefinitely after June 1st. J- O. Benjamin. in to by ! j j j j ! J iSOUirtLY *95 POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sola onlv in cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall St., N. Y. N OTICE. —I have left my accounts in the hands of Mr. Wm. Dawson of Livingston, Montana, to collect forme. All persons indebted to me will pay to Mr. Dawson, who will receipt for all money paid him. may-4-tf. W. II. CAMPBELL. I/STRAYED.—From Livingston, two ponies. JLi one sorrel, branded - on left thigh: one ' branded brown pony, bald face,' branded T S and dash, and lias other brands indistinct. Supposed to have strayed in the vicinity of Castle. Five dollars reward will be paid for information lead ing to the recovery of said ponies. Address A. J. YOUNG. D ESERT LAND FINAL PROOF.—Notice for publication.—United States Land Office, Bozeman, Montana Territory, May 2nd, 1889! Notice is hereby given that Benjamin F. Myers, of Park county, Montana Teiritory, lias 'tiled notice of intention to make proof on his desert land claim No. 282, for the East half of Section ■JO, Township 4, north range !) East, Montana Tei ritory, before the Judge of Third Judicial Dis trict Court or in his absence before the cierk of said court at Livingston, Montana Territory, on Saturday, the 15th day of June, 1880.' He names the following witnesses to prove the com plete irrigation and reclamation of said land : John H. Martin. Samuel O. N. C. Brady, Charles McClung, Edward Ricketts, all of Park county, Montana Territory. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of such proof, or who knows of any substantial reason, under the law and the regula tions of the Interior Department, why such proof should not he allowed, will be given an opportunity at the above mentioned time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted bv claimant. GEO. W. MONROE, Register. [First publication May lltli, 1889.j OTICE FOR PUBLICATION.—Land Office N tice is hereby given that the following named settler has Hied notice of his intention to make final proof iu support of his claim, and that said proot will he made before the judge of the 3d ju dicial district court, or, in his absence, before tiie clerk of said court at Livingston, M. T., on Mon day, June 10th, 188it, viz : Hiram Bacon, who made H E. No. 7!t8, fur the east half of the south east quarter Section 13 and east half northeast quarter Section 24, Township 9, South of range 8 East, except 12 69-100 acres cancelled by Hon orable commissioners letter of November 23rd, 1H88, for conflict with Mineral Entry No. Si, in southeast quarter of northeast quarter Section 24. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation ot, said land, viz : John 11. Sharp, Frank Bussear, of Gardiner Montana, Josiah C. Vilas, George Stull, of Livingston, Montana. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of such proof, or who knows of any substantial reason, under the law and the regula tions of the Interior Department, why such proof should not be allowed, will he given an opportu nity at the above mentioned time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submit ted by claimant GEO. \V. MONROE, Register. (First publication May 4th, 1889.) D' ESERT LAND FINAL PROOF—NOTICE for Publication.—United States Land Office, Bozeman, M. T., April 6, 1889. Notice is hereby given that Thomas T. Prather, of Big Timber, Park County, M. T., lias tiled notice of intention to make proof on his desert land claim No. 30fj, for the S\V> 4 of NW E 'i <>f N\V bj, VV >, of NE (4, N '-ot SVV >4 and NVV >. t of SE g, sec. 1, tp. 1, so. R., 13 E, before reinster and receiver, at Bozeman, M. T., un Monday, tiie 20th day of May, 1889. He Dames the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: Spencer Jarrett and William May horn, of Springdale, M. T., J. M. Dodge and A. M. Dodge, of Big Timber, M. T. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of such proof, or who knows of any substantial reason, under the law and the regula tions of the Interior Department why such proof should not be allowed, will he given an opportunity at the above mentioned time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. GEO. VV. MONROE, first pub apf 13.b Register. N OTICE OF FORFEITURE.—Cooke, M. T. N' Pendleton, Omar Hoskins and Geo. F. Shelton : You are hereby notified that I have expended §75 in labor and improvements upon the Ben Frank lin and Melissa quartz lode miniiiLT claims, situ ated in New World mining district, Park county, Montana territory, as will appear by reference to certificates filed in the office of the recorder of the New World mining district, in order to hold said premises under the provisions of section 232+ of the revised statutes of tiie United States, being the amount required to hold the Ben Franklin for the years 1887 and 1888, am the Melissa for the year ending December 31,1888: and if within ninety days after the publication of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportions of such expenditures as co-owners, viz. : Ed. VV. Wolfe, Charles E. Pendleton and Omar Hoskins, one-fourth interest in the Ben Franklin, and Geo. F. Shelton, one-fourth interest in the Melissa, said claims will become the property of the subscriber under said section 2324. Settlement to be made with Geo. H. Wright, at the office of the Living ston Enterpkise. R. L. MORTON. (1st pub. Feb. 16th.) OTICE OF FORFEITURE.—To Philip Lynch Lewis Sperling, M. L. Strasberger and to their heirs, administrators or assigns: You and each of you are hereby notified that we, the under signed co-owners, have expended in labor and improvements the sum of one hundred dollars for each year upon each of the following quartz lode mining claims, situated in the New World mining district. Park county, Montana, to-wit: The "Puck" and the "Silver Zone Number Two," in accordance with section 2324 of the revised statutes of the United States and the acts amend atory thereof, being the amounts required to hold said' premises for the years 1887 and 1888. Said improvements were made by us as aforesaid, dur ing the years within which said work was neces sary as required by law to bold said claims. And if vou and each of you shall fail or refuse to con tribute your proportion of such expenditure, to gether with interest and costs, within ninety days of the complete service of notice of publication, viz: To Philip Lynch, his heirs, administrators or assigns, three-eights in the Silver Zone Num ber Two, and one-sixth iu the Puck, for the years 1887 and 1878 on each; to Lewis Sperling and M L. Strasberger, the'i heirs, administrators or as signs, one-twelfth in the Silver Zone Number Two, for the vears 1887 and 1878: then all your right, title, interest, claim and estate in and to the aforesaid quartz lode mining claims will be come the property of the undersigned, your co owners, under said section 2324. Settlement to be made with Savage <fc Elder, Livington, Mont. THUS. SHI ELIS, S. A. BEECHER. (1st pub. April 6.1889.)_ SHERIFF'S SALE.—Stanley R. Kitchell, Plain S I_______ tiff, vs. Minneapolis Mining & Smeltin« Company and the Stillwater Mining Company, Defendants.—To be sold at Sheriff's Sale, at the front door of the Office of said Defendants, at Nye City, in Park Countv. on Monday, the 3rd day of June, 1889, at 2 o'clock p. m., of said day, all the right, title and interest of the Defendants in and to the following described property, situated in the Stillwater Mining District, Park Countv, Mon tana: Mountain View, Rough Rock, Red Bird, Bigthing, Stillwater Mines and Millsite, in T No 7, S of Range No 16 E, Survey No 63, A BCDE ana F. Minneapolis Placer No 1 in T No 7, S of Range No 16 E, Survey No. 64. Summit and New Wabe lisky in mineral District No. 2, in T No. 7, S of Range No. 15 E, Survey No. 68, A and B. Perse verance, Emerald, Blue Jay, Copper Bottom and Ridge Lode Claims, and millsite in mineral Dis ■ . - m \ T — S' D D..n/wA V a 147 L' Cr vi-iif trict No 2, in T No. 7, Sof Range No. 16 E, Survey No. TO, A BO D E and F. Rough Rock, No._2. Something Lode Claims, Survey No. 72, A and B. Brooklyn, Avalanche, Cataract and Bald Eagle Lode claims and millsite, Survey No. 69, ABCJ) andE. Stillwater Placer No. 1, Survey No. 71. Smelter Lode and Stillwater millsite, together with all and singular, the tenements, heredita ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining. All of said mining claims and millsites are recorded in books of rec ord of Eh»rk Countv, Montana, to which records reference is hereby made for a more particular description of said property v O. P. TÈMPLETON, Sheriff of Park County, Montana. Dated May 11, 1889.—H. ALBEMARLE DRUG & ORE! HEADQUARTERS FOR Pure Drugs, Patent Medicines, Druggist's Sundries, Fancy Go Toilet Articles and Artists' 1 : Faint Brushes and Fishin Imported and Domestic Cigars, Stationery, Etc., Etc., terials, Tackle, Our Stock of Spectacles and Eye Glasses is the Largest in the Valley. We Guarantee a Fit. It is our intention to stay in Livingston and to push ourselves forwa'd and we intend to do so bv selling only tirsi class woods and at the most reasonable price. Come one and all and give usa trial; our motto is quiek sales and small profits. Those who come once will come again. Ms A. PETERSON. Albemarle Hotel, - - Livingston, M. T. ALBEMARLE DRUG STORE, Agent for the Great English Remedies. Prescriptions compounded night and day with accuracy and dispaten by a regular pharmacist of 20 years experience. Orders from the country promptly attended to. ALWAYS THE LEAD Having just completed remodeling our store, with the additional room we have gained we arc now enabled to display to better advantage our Spring Stock of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes and Ilats, which is now complete, at prices lower than you probably have ever purchased goods before. Hereafter we shall pay special attention to this department. Anything you may need in the line of Men's or Boys' wear, be sure to call first at . Orschel & Bro. W. P. MUI-HOLLAND, --AT THE City Jewelry Store ! Makes a display of Goods that is seldom equaled and never surpassed, in a town of the size of Livingston. Here is a partial list of the many pretty tilings he has to offer customers: LADIES 1 AND GENTS» SOLID GOLD AND GOLD FILLED WATCHES AND WATCH CHAINS An endless variety of Finger Rings, at prices varying from §1 to §100. CALIFORNIA GOLD QUARTZ JEWELRY ! Scarf Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Gold Filled and Silver Thimbles. Finest assortment of Go Pens in the Territory. Ladies'Sets, Pins and Ear-rings. Full line of Clocks. Solid Silver and tl Best quality silver Plated ware—Knives, Forks, Spoons. Castors, Pickle Castors, Fruit, Berry ar Preserve Dishes, Card Receivers, Butter Knives, Sugar Shells. Napkin Kings and other articles to numerous to mention. If you w ish to purchase ;u ytliing in Gobi or Silver you w. 11 certainly .in something to please you by callin ; on W, P. MCLHuLl.AND at the City Jeweiry Store. Gold the and HEFFERLIN BROS. Just received a large stock of Boots and Shoes From Boston Manufacturers at very low figures, enabling . . » . • rm T a 11 us to offer some Special Bargains. Try our "B. J." line of $2.50 Shoes. We warrant every pair. Best grades of Miners Boats and Shoes always on hand. Hats and Caps, Gents' Furnishings, Gloves, etc. General Groceries and Fruits at wholesale and retail. 0 We will be pleased to have our delivery wagon call at your house tri-weekly for orders. We always endeavor to give you the best of goods at the lowest prices. Main Street, ----- Livingston. Daniel Hanley & Co., Wholesale Dealers in FRUITS AND PRODUCE, Tobacco and Cigars, FISH, GAME AND POULTRY IN SEASON. IUHBI Office No. 132 Granite Block, Main street, Helena, Mont. Warerooms and Cold Storage near Northern Pacific Depot.