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railroad time >11 11.111 ! Ill 1 l-M h II S ;i 111. 1 Illi'l 1 I rem 111 VS LA YOU I .( ( Mrs. In I ill ml fut bei - tli iv ! I s not observed in iiIdie demonstration, v tlie usual display of t her I>a<Ip'es emblem i et that anniversary Monday tiled his ofli ty physieiati for Red strict No. 1 with the recorder. The sure r and Thomas I*. .Me a- on Monday appoint I as assistant assesso under the provisions o law . I Ie has tiled hit ■"J.âtHi, with < icorge II nd I. <). I linn m t rk. 1 llg II ',11 11 ver war mild ■ Na ling a a warehouse Hot Springs. •ii. a temperanc e Gist ine! ion of being atever t hat may g meetings in the past week. T interesting speaker an liciting considerable inter •ranee work. ■ of the reijuirements of e law. Assessor Clifford am II. Bowen as his dep lintment was contirmed I county commissioners, 02.ÔI k I li led with The su reties are md ( >tto Krieger. ' I vamination held in imilding on Saturday leaeiiers' cer •e. The num ssl'iil will not be •unty it i< in il lie I illlltV bl til superintendent of their work, eld at 15ig Tim at Red Lodge if the new reve ssor is required I dollar poll tax. and under (id i ;ii'- .1 ff is Ii; 1 ,le for this tux, they ,"iM 1. ■ pri'ii! red to "pungle up" . ii< 1 s:iv • aniioyaiK'e to ; he as ->r ;i:,< 1 l-ossil, e costs to themselves. Ilf ilSSf or and ns depot ies will begin if ir \m ul al,oui the 1st inst. ( ifOI'ff \V. M< tealf makes his an fMIlHVllH* It this week as a candidate ■TTTîT h1 <•<* >»f ui !v marshal. His can Kiiif.i llbjcct o tiie will of the vot -. mul if will unk. 1 the contest on M'tlMh tl whfl icr be reee vos t he en All fll ■ of II f, invention or not. Mr. a in for ; : j ! for his ceny, In in two Tiie Butte m., M'tlMh tl whfl icr be reee vos t he en All fll ■ of II f, invention or not. Mr. ■* rr.-ljl I lie pioneers of Living U'D. U tjiial lied for 1 lie ollice to B 2'J" and deserves a fair Tim,Nil y .1 ii jo, Henry, on motion of Jitfiis Gil is. a pi n in ted James Me Don ll of III itfl'S Ii. ■ Springs as adminis nim ill* f-dil e of Neil Gillis, de 1 if ajijio niaient waseontested II, «' pu »h • îDUiiiuihl ru tor, who was J -n : ( • 1 ; ' . 1 » V III-: attorney, A. J. Camp W. Il l Jl'rDoi ■ dd was represented < » >nn;m and J. T. Smith. No *•' g r l\ VII of II i appeal from fhe do lion ol tli • court. \ Of-'ll l)o mill eli for 650 a side and - r i;. s Inis »een arranged to take dt l «D \ hr K Ii? 1! next i'liesdaveven 1 In* mnîtqs ants are Prof. Will illif iii,' i hi imk lown to be produced •Jol.ll 1 Lilly. i he mutch is Gneeo o 1 '.'I, -. host two in three. A ref f il- 1" 1. ■ select d on the evening of h : ; 1 ■ ' ;,. Tiie monev is now on de : ' 7 1..■ A IIh'iii! rle hotel. Reserved s: ;, at IVt 'ISOUH. 1 : : i ,1 meet ng <<f stockholders of i tone c »mpany occurred at •"! m'.i i KK.li. After the transac h m - ml er but in ess the following il'îl'.m \\ , • n* rhoh en for the ensuing ir: Wm. Purl, er ■y. Le» Lewis, F. L. •imm. | W. Hen sley, J. 10. Hensley, O i • and J . P. 1 diodes. Kubse * ' ! \ [In trust« •s met and elected l |v 1 ry. |,res id ,»i;t; lb \V. Peters, it; J. 1 liluides. treasurer; i. i i loiter. .. sinv ary; 1. M. Hensley, ! IV:■ ■ , -don dis patch snvs that S. S. inil.o ,i| Helena lias secured the ex r lwont \ 'lurai-t for transportation in "•done Park. He was at the pari ment a few days ago with <'iitative ('arter fixing lip the 'ho matter, and they were of •'ire that it took a consulta 0 seoivtary, assistant secretary lanl attorney general before decided upon. The matter ■ "Ie jmblic, but probably will "ft time, or at least when the up in the Park. niai school election will be it unlay. April It h. for the elec trustees, one for one year, years and three for a term years, I'he now latv fixes the 1 'trustees at seven instead of 1 for this reason four additional "Hist Ire elected with a suc 1 'Nando Kmmons, whose term • I"' new law provides that the 1 N ow the names of the can id the length of the term for Ninll ho elected. Every son over twenty-one years of a citizen of the United States mis resided six months in the ,u .' a taxpayer thereof, and "«of the United States e years of age, and who " the « 1 ist riet one year the election, shall be en tl I WIts IT 11;i . r weekly entertainment un T 11 ' s of the local lecture bu , at Fowlie's hall Monday I,. |>'v ,I ll ' pi'ogranmio opened with »'ein!,,. V , 'i'h'gston Cornet band, ,,l ^ having generously volun •ral ir services for the occasion. Ii-ii,.i *r rV 1 l w rendered by the <UM ' of 111' Wl an. 8011 piei ------, the excellence ", "••'"'.itcd a proficiency that l, s "lt from continued prac u ' u t instruction undergone hast winter. The Livingston t tl in ell "ig tin " ui now justify the boast J > possesses one of the best "'int of equipment and mu ln N'e state. After the mx-iU '"an Milos introduced h. Fk.i r i dl ° evening, John T. .e who ' - in LiC ** ting Mired e,, a . delivered his address üruti ,," yur v iv al of the Fit stiiig .„.,1 ■ ,' n " The lecture was m ' product; Htruc, 'v«, nnd as a sehol previouK !" "as unexcelled by L ' r tainn.ent*wm rt i a,n ÏÏ ent - The next n \V ii 11 will be Monday evening, aa 11.111 II till!) tv I Iv i in of olli I lias leise The Chico school opened on the 9th inst. with MissPerev Matheson as teach er. Charles Schustrom is errecting a sub stantial residence on K street, near Liewis. Jerome Williams has been confined to his home the past week by an attack of pneumonia. Dr. R. D. Alton has removed to his new residence on Third street, recently purchased of A. J. Lett. Attorney J. T. Smith will occupy an ofiice in the Realty company's building, corner Park and Second streets. .Mrs. J udkins milding. corne and will tit it up for bath and rooms. The hours for holding school election will l»c from 9 o'clock a. m. to 1 o'clock ii. m. instead of 1 to 6 p. m. as hereto This change is rem from the fact that the republican con vention will be held in tiie afternoon of that date. 1 new arc street lights w tion Wednesday night fi the Kleetric Light company hav mplcted additions to its plant. The ow has eleven are lights eonstant isr, for street purposes, making it ie best lighted cities ol i's size in ! \ j j ....... ..„d the Danforth Calendar and B streets. v put in th(> lirst It in< r u t> 1 lie basement ny's building as an emocratic paper is v the direction of Con I he new paper will be Livingston Herald and — the journalistic sea a won Realty cor >r the nev »ing r.ndci tractor Thomas, christened the ! be launched on about the loth inst. A. J. Campbell has secured a phono graph for use in his law ollice, to obviate the necessity of employing a stenograph er. Instead of dictating to a steno grapher he can simply deliver his mes sages to tin' phonograph, which receives and afterwards reproduces them for copying by a typewriter. Till ie Nicholson, alias Wentworth, alias "Tiliie the Tramp," was arraigned injustice Hosford's court Monday on complaint of H. J. Wolcott charging her with disturbing the peace. She entered a plea of guilty and was fined £00 nml fault of payment she was committed to the county jail. In pursuance of the arrangements made by Judges Armstrong and Henry tht' latter will hold the next term of court foi' ( iallatin county, beginning on Monday. 'The reason for this is that Judge Armstrong is interested in a large majority of eases now upon the docket in that county as attorney, and conse lently will lie disqualified to sit as judge. At the regular meeting of Farragut Post held Tuesday evening, committees were appointed to arrange for memorial hall ceremonies. The day is set apart for the meeting of all Grand Army posts ; throughout 1 he union for the purpose of : raising a fund for the erection of a me morial hall at Decatur, Illinois. Each j member is expected to contribute fifty ! cents which, ii is estimated will raise a fund of sTHi.coo for the object. The building will be used as a safety deposit for all relics of the late war in the pos session of the Grand Army. Lawrence Smith, an old offender, was before Justice Hosford again Tuesday. Lawrence had permitted an unsatible appetite for gin to get the better of his judgment and in order to secure the needed article resorted to irregular methods. He secured a gimlet with which ho bored a hole in a gin barrel be longing to Michael O'Malley and in this sorreptitious manner had* replenished his supply. He was arraigned for lar ceny, entered a plea of guilty, and was sentenced to pay a tine of 832 and costs. In default of payment he now languishes in the county bastile. lod<dn«' " 6 j as Hereto i •d advisable ; : i I j j I j i j at lic of for 8th, and the last tion to the to the ! tim, ical for had for was vious severe death 8. an can vot on en Mr. to fair of de was do of of at L. S. in the county bastile. The announcement is made that the two through trains over the Northern Pacific will bo put on again March 29th. Tiie train which will be run by way of Butte will leave St. Paul at 7 o'clock a m., and will have a Chicago A Milwaukee sleeper attached, thus making a straight, f in of of run from Chicago to the coast in con nection with that road. The train by way of Helena will leave St. Paul at 4:15 and in connection with the Wisconsin Central the same as at present. Botli trains will also have a through dining car service and will run free colonist sleepers. The revenue law passed by the last legislature provided for a board of ap praisers, to consist of the chrirman of the board of county commissioners, the county assessor and a third member to be agreed upon by the above officials. W. E. Thompson has been chosen as the third member of the board to act with Chairman Hoppe and Assessor Clifford. The duty of the board is to appraise all property, real and personal. The result of their work must be accepted as a basis of assessment for the guidance of the assessor. The board as constituted met on Wednesday and entered upon their labors, which will l>e completed during the coming week. John Dillon, the veteran comedian, made his appearance at Fowlie's hall in this city on Friday evening of last week, in "Wanted the Earth." Mr. Dillon is tiie veritable embodiment of wit and humor, and the comedy presented, which is a happily conceived satire upon the fashionable fad element of modern socie ty, gives full scope to his wonderful ability. He was ably supported through out by a company of more than average ability, and in consequence could not fail to interest and amuse. The audi ence fully appreciated the efforts of the company, even under the disadvantage of inadequate stage facilities, and cheer fully accepted the entertainment as an innovation upon the class which visited this city during the past winter. The ball given at Fowlie's hall Tues day evening by G. A. Loasby Lodge No. 295, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, was a complete success. The attend ance was large, a number from other points along this division of the North ern Pacific being in attendance. The hall was finely illuminated, a large num ber of lanterns artistically arranged in creasing the effect. The decorations were good, and in addition to the num erous designs emblematic of the order, were supplemented by the motto: "Be nevolence, Sobriety, Industry." Music was furnished by the Livingston orches tra. Supper for the occasion was served at the Bon Ton restaurant and was fully up to the standard of excellence hereto fore maintained. The event was enjoy able throughout nnd did credit to the committees having the arrangements in charge as well as the order under whose auspices it was given. Prof. Eckhart came down from Bear Gulch Tuesday evening, having perma nently abandoned work ujion the prop erties in that camp upon which he sec ured a bond last summer. It will be re membered that a cotnpany of capitalists represented by Prof. Eckhart, secured a bond upon a group of four mines in that district, and at once erected a ten-stamp mill with which to treat the output. This mill was kept in operation princi pally upon tbeMutput of the Legal Ten ter and Graham until the expiration of the bond with fairly satisfactory returns, but the company were not satisfied with the extent of the mineral deposit as shown by the limited development they were abfe to make. It was therefore de cided to ask, an extension of the bond upon terms favorable to the original owners of the properties, lhe-se nego tations which have been pending, since the expiration of the bond about six weeks ago, terminated unsatisfactoruj the past week and it is probable the company will remove their mill to some other district. It is to be regretted that some favorable arrangement could not have been agreed upon for an extension and opei ations continued in order to de termine the extent and character of the gold deposits of that district. If the mineral exists in quantities claimed and aa is generally believed, the owners of these properties could well aff°rd to ac cept the liberal terms afforded by Mr. EcJthart for an extension of the lease. to Of in his G. for He his of to has It he in the find her Mrs. with took C. ed 7, band to ly man lip er —the old to the a with ing ly hard terra 9th sub near to his an of it : A carriage license was issued by Dis iT 1C d . er ^ Emmons yesterday to David I >uHois and Miss Jessie Gilchrist, both of this citv. Charles Angus was appointed Thurs ! 1 - as tliird member of the board of j appraisers, vice W. E. Thompson who resigned on account of sickness. ! The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jones ;WH8 gladdened yesterday morning by the advent of a bouncing boy, and \ Charlie is now one of the proudest fa j thers in the city. j M ednesday Prank Beley purchased lue furniture and fixtures formerly ' F nvne .'.,-j; P a - vin g there Mercer has sincejpur in is ( ' hased them and leased the building and 6 j will reopen the saloon. Ihursday was pay day on this division of the Northern Pacific. More than the i usual amount was disbursed among the ; ern P lo . ves owing to increased expense in the operating department rendered neces sary in moving trains during the snow storms of the past month. At the regular meeting of Queen Esther lodge No. 5, O. E. S., Wednesday evening seven candidates were initiated. At the close of the work a banquet and : ball was tendered in honor of Worthy i Matron Emma Emmons, upon the eve I her departure for a sojourn in Cali j fornia. The stock of goods of P. C. Robinson and held by Sheriff Templeton under j attachment was sold the past week. I Hie amount realized aggregated nearlv £1.000, a sum much larger than was ex pected. It will cover the greater part of the attachments levied, amounting to about 84,000. j Arrangements are progressing favor i ably for the entertainment to be given j at Fowlie's hall on the evening of the •10th, for the benefit of St. Mary's Catho lic church. The programme will consist of a pleasing comedy, supplemented by vocal and instrumental music, and an enjoyable time will be assured all who attend. I he machinery for the Cumberland company's new smelter at Castle will ar rive from the east today. A number of freight teams have been in waiting here and will be at onee loaded and started for < 'astlo. The consignment consists of 10G,000 pounds, and is exclusive of fire brick and other machinery already started for the smelter site. A special train of twenty cars of sugar passed through this city Saturday en route to St. Paul and Minneapolis. The consignment left San Francisco March 8th, was transferred to the Northern Pacific March 12th at Wallula Junction, and arrived at St. Paul Monday, making the remarkably fast time of eight days between San Francisco and St. Paul. Williams, tiie man who stabbed Kirk patrick at Horr Thursday morning of last week, had his preliminary examina tion before Justice Reese and was held to await the action of the grand jury at the next term of court. He w as brought to Livingston Saturday and confined in the county jail. Kirkpatrick, his vic tim, is still alive and although in a crit ical condition the chances are favorable for his recovery. 4 | j the visit the ness from ness from coast. itor the city R. town S. ston pos was his the with be this lar was the of a Herald: A letter received from'Benny Baldwin, dated at Cleveland, Ohio, gives further particulars of the death of his father, W. N. Baldwin. Mr. Baldwin had been indisposed for some time, and for four days previous to his death was confined to his bed, but his condition was not considered serious. Just pre vious to his death he complained of a severe pain in his breast, and in twenty minutes lie expired. The physician said death was caused by neuralgia of the stomach. The Chow Chow club met Thursday evening at the residence of Mrs. Edith 8. Green. The attendance was good notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather. A short history of the life of Homer was read by P. F. Gilboy, after which the "Mound Builders" and the pyramids were discussed by the mem bers. Owing to an accumulation of facts tlmfc Kttcl not bocn tliocuoBBlI meiiibois were excused from presenting any new f ac t8 at this meeting. Club adjourned by ap of the to all a of in is to meet at Mrs Mary E. Harmon's, north side of the track on Thursday, March 26. Horace McLaughlin, a ranchman of the upper Yellowstone died Thursday morning after a brief illness of pneu monia. He had been a resident of Park county for about five years, having lo cated here in 1886. He was 67 years of age, and leaves a wife and six children— two boys and four married daughters. Of the latter MrB. A. E. Owens resides in this city, Mrs. Stebbins and Mrs. Swan in the upper Yellowstone valley and Mrs. Dr. Foster at Billings. The funeral took place at the family resi dence at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, conducted by Rev. J. W. Van Ingen. Julius Jacobson, a Scandinavian shoe maker, was arrested Thursday upon complaint of C. K. Lower and taken be fore Judge Henry for examination as to his sanity. A jury, composed of Dr. G. R. Wells, J. E. Swindlehurst and John Skillin, was summoned and heard the evidence presented. Jacobson has for some time been considered eccentric, but has conducted a shoeshop on lower Main street. Of late he has refused to accept work offered him and to his more intimate acquaintances has fre quently stated that some person was at tempting to kill him. The jury decided that he was a fit subject for restraint, and he was accordingly adjudged insane. He will bo taken to Warm Springs asylum today by Sheriff Templeton. Reporter: On last Thursday morning Neil Crosby was found lying dead at the Castle hotel. A jury was summoned by Acting Coroner Bert Whitson and a jury empanelled to investigate the cause of his sudden death. Mr. Crosby was one of Montana's early pioneers, having come to the territory in the early sixties, and has followed mining most of the time. It is not known whether he had any rel atives living or not. Like most pioneers he was generous to a fault and was held in high esteem until late years, when he took to hard drinking. His remains were placed in their last resting place in the Castle cemetery Friday evening. Following is the verdict: We, the jury, find that the cause of Neil Crosby's death came by congestion of the lunge produced by excess of alcoholic drink. Octavia Susan, wife of Wm. H. Red field, died at her home in this city Sat urday last, after a long and painful ill ness, having lieen an invalid for nearly twelve years. She was born in St. Law rence county, New York, in 1841 and was therefore in her 51st year at the time of her death. When ten years of age she removed, with her parents to Wisconsin, where in 1864 she was married to Judge Redfield, who, with four sons and a daughter, survive to mourn her loss. Mrs. Redfield was a true woman, a loving mother and bore her physical affliction with Christian fortitude. The funeral took place from the Congregational church Monday, conducted by Rev. W. C. Fowler, and* the remains were follow ed to the grave by a long procession, in cluding members of Farragut Post, No. 7, G. A. R., of which the bereaved hus band is a worthy member. An accident occurred on Main street Wednesday which, though it threatened to be somewhat serious was extreme ly ludicrous. Chris. Jensen, a ranch man residiag in the upper valley, drove lip in front Fowlie'B drug store with the intention of hitching his team. No soon er had he stopped his horses, than both animals quickly disappeared from view —the solid earth apparently having opened and swallowed them. An ex amination revealed the existence of an old well, the platform having beoome covered with dirt to the depth sufficient to conceal its location. The weight at the horses had broken the platform which went to the bottom of the well, a depth of about twenty feet, carrying with it both animals. The wMon tongue and harness was broken, which probably prevented the wagon from go ing into tne hole. A derrick waa hasti ly improvised and after about two nours hard Tabor the animals were landed on terra firms, but little the worse for the in m of ing fall, one of the animals only sustaining •njuries that mav unfit it for service. Mr. Jensen refused to accept the horses and will hold the city responsible for any damage that may result. Husbandman: The parties who had the contract of sinking 100 feet on the Triumvirate mine at Blackhawk have recently completed their work. The ead matter at the bottom is a large body of iron—the same as is found in the Blackhawk, of which the Triumvir ate is an extension. The contractors w-ere so well pleased with the showing that they have entered into a further contract for sinking, and will proceed with the work forthwith, taking pay ment for the same in treasury stock of the company. This new contract which is now being consummated calls for the sinking of the double eopartment shaft -00 feet deeper; also for the erection of a steam hoist, with pumping fixtures if needed, sufficient for sinking and work ing the mine at a depth of 500 feet. William Baker, father of I. W. Baker and Mrs. W. V. Grannis, died at the residence of his son on Shields River, Thursday evening, of paralysis. Mr. Baker was born June 15th, 1819, and was consequently 71 years. 9 months and 4 days old at the time of his death. He was among the early settlers in the Shields River valley, and was held in high esteem bv a large circle of acquain tances who will deeply sympathize with the widow and children in their sore af | Hiction. The funeral will take place at the residence of W. V. Grannis, at 2 o'clock this afterneon, conducted by Rev. H. S. Taft. The body will be tem porarily interred upon the ranch of Mr. Grannis, until it can be removed to the family burial ground in the Bozeman cemetery. A large delegation of citi zens will go from this place to attend the funeral and pay à-last tribute to the memory of one who was universally re spected and esteemed. PEES0NAL POINTS. ar of of en Jack Baronette has returned from a visit to the east. George Urner of Big Timber was in the city the first of the week. J. B. Annin, of Cokedale, was a busi ness visitor in the city Thursday. Judge Frank Henry returned Friday from a month's visit in the east. Frank Cannop of Logan was a busi ness visitor in the city Wednesday. John Tu rco of Nye City was among visitors at the county capital yesterday. E. Goughnour returned yesterday from a six weeks' sojourn on the Pacific coast. B. P. Van Horne of Fridley was a vis itor with Livingston friends the first of the week. Major A. L. Nichols of Hunters Hot Springs was a business visitor in the city Monday. R. B. Briggs, of the Briggs-El lis Cattle company of eastern Park county, was in town Monday. S. M. Fitzgerald and A. W. Coffin of Gardiner were among visitors in Living ston Wednesday. James Connell, the Chico merchant, was among arrivals from the upper Yel lowstone Thursday. J. A. Sample, of Knightstown, Indi ana, arrived in the city the past week with a view of locating. C. W. Savage and wife and J. V. Nye returned Thursday from a brief sojourn at Hunters Hot Springs. Master Mechanic Brown of the North ern Pacific returned Monday from a business trip to St. Paul. D. G. Wilkins, one of the prosperous stockgrowers of the upper Yellowstone, was in the city Wednesday. Frank LaWall of Bismarck, a cousin of Mrs. D. O. Preston, is visiting in the city, a guest of W. I. Slowen. W. H. Coats of East Saginaw, Michi gan, an old acquaintance of Samuel Schott, was in the city Tuesday. J. N. Kelly of Hunters Hot Springs was in this city Thursday to secure a bounty warrant for coyote skins. James Howell returned Thursday morning from a three months' sojourn in Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah. Lee Eisenberg returned Saturday from the east, where he purchased a large line of spring and summer dry goods. T. H. Hogle, representing Wright, Barrett & Stillwell, wholesale paper dealers of St. Paul, was in the city Tuesday. George W. Wakefield, manager of the Park Transportation company, was the city Thursday on his return from the east. Judge J. A. Savage went to Billings the first of the week to look after the interests of his clients in the Barney will contest. Hugh Kavanaugh of the upper Shields River was in the city Tuesday on his re turn from a week's sojourn at the tem porary capital. Rev. H. S. Taft occupied the Method ist pulpit at Bozeman Sunday in the absence of Rev. Mills, who conducted services in this city. Andrew E. Miller returned Saturday from Red Lodge, and has again accepted a position with the Livingston Coke and Coal company at Cokedale. D. E. Bowman, formerly in charge of the dry goods department of the Steb bins Mercantile company, visited his numerous friends in this city Saturday. of of to is in for may dav man by of one and rel he in ill of a at A. Krieger departed Thursday morn ing for Chicago and other eastern cities to make purchases of stock for the furn iture business of A. Krieger & Co., ir this city and Castle. County Clerk S. Deutsch started on Thursday morning for Milwaukee, Wis eonsin. He will be absent about two weeks and may extend his journey to Chicago and other points east. Gov. Toole and Mrs. Toole, accom panied by Miss Rosecrans, a sister of the governor's wife, have departed for Wash ington and other eastern points. They will be absent about three weeks. Journal: Harvey L. Glenn of Living ston has assumed his duties in the U. S. assay office. Mrs. Glenn is now in the city to visit him and see Helena. They will probably locate here permanently. Among Livingstonites registered at the Hunters Hot Springs health and pleasure resort Sunday were: M. Roth, Frank White, George H. Wright, J. V. Nye, Thos. Cole, J. S. Stuff, and C. W. Savage. Glendive Independent, 14th: Mrs. Charles Bowers and daughter, Miss Austa, of Livingston, will arrive from the east this evening and remain several days, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Newcomer. S. P. Wolcott, father of Herman Wol cott, arrived from Buffalo, New York, the past week. He was so favorably impressed with the city that he has purchased real estate and concluded to locate here. J. W. Proctor, of the train dispatcher's foroe at this place, who has been suffer ing from severe illness the past two weeks, departed Thursday for Brainerd for a brief sojourn at the Northern Pa cific sanitarium. M. A. Regan, who has held a position in the chief clerk's office of the Northern Pacific at this place, fenderèd .his resig nation and Wednesday started for Boise City, Idaho, where he has secured a more lucrative situation. A. I*. Love of Crow Creek, Jefferson county, greeted his numerous friends m Livingston yesterday. He had just sold to Mr. Hogan of Red Lodge a hunch of 200 cattle and was superin tending their shipment to that place. Judge F. K. Armstrong, of the new ninth judicial district, came over from Bozeman Tuesday and held a consulta tion with Judge Henry for the purpose of arranging an agreement for the hear ing of caftes docketed in that county. [ for had the have The large in pay of the of if the Mr. and and He the in af at 2 by William Handley and family returned Sunday from a sojourn at Bozeman, where Mr. Handley has been fitting up his tonsorial parlors in the new hotel. He returned to that place the first of the week and will take personal super vision of the business. W. C. Officer of Hunters Hot Springs was in the city Thursday. Mr. Officer, who is one of the successful woolgrowers of this section of the state, has been sue cessful in wintering his flock with the loss of but six head which fell a prey to stock destroying animals. Ed. Zimmerman, the genial junior member of the firm of Schwab & Zimmerman, proprietors of the Cos mopolitan hotel at Helena, was a visitor in the city Monday. Mr. Zimmerman is a brother of Mrs. S. Schott, and was a guest of the family while here. G. L. Henderson and wife arrived in Livingston Wednesday on their way to Mammoth Hot Springs. They have been sojourning in Washington the past year where Mr. Henderson has been working in the interest of the Yellow stone National Park. Among other la bor for the Park he has prepared and issued a pamphlet entitled Yellowstone Park, Its Past, Present and Future, in which he makes a strong argument in favor of more liberal appropriations for that nationel pleasure ground. He be lieves that with proper expenditure to increase the comforts of visitors the balance of tourist travel would soon be largely in favor of the United States as against Europe, and that the number of sight seers would within a few years be increased to twenty or thirty thousand annually. a in The Cumberland Contract Awarded. From T. S. Ash, who returned yester day from White Sulphur Springs, where he attended a meeting of the directors of the Cumberland Mining and Smelting company, we learn that the contract for moving the company's freight for the ensuing year, beginning May 1st, was awarded to Mr. Shepherd, of the Galla tin valley. Mr. Ash says he has no doubt Livingston will be made the re ceiving and shipping point for this freight provided the road from this city is put and kept in good condition. The amount of freight for the Cumberland company alone will require the constant employment of from twenty to thirty ten horse teams and the necessary men to handle the freight and teams. Aside from this it will insure the freight traf fic of the other mines of that camp, which will rapidly increase w ith develop ment. World'* Fair Managers. Pursuant to the law passed at the last session of the legislature, Governor Toole has appointed the following mem bers of the Montana board of managers for the World's Fair: Philip Lavell, of Beaverhead county; HerbertO.Chowen, Cascade county; David G. Browne, Cho teau county; E. H. Johnson, Custer; James G. Ramsey, Dawson; Wm. L. Hoge, Deer Lodge; Alf. J. Stevens, Fer gus; A. K. Yerkes,Gallatin; Thos. Joyes Jefferson; Henry H. Hill, Lewis and Clarke; D. A. Pease, Madison; Wm. H Sutherlin, Meagher; W. M. Bickford, Missoula; J. C. Vilas, Park; George M. Hayes, Yellowstone; Geoffry Lavell, of Silver Bow. of J. in Church Mutter*. The Catholic church celebrates Palm Sunday to-morrow. Low mass at 8 a. m. At 10:30 a. m., blessing and distribution of the palm followed by high mass. At 2:30 p. m. Sunday school and vespers. Benediction at 7:30 p. m. Congregational: Preaching tomorrow as usual at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Services as usual at the Baptist church next Sunday. At night Chapel Day will be observed, a fine programme of music and recitations has been prepared. All are welcome. The mothers' meeting which was an nounced for last Sunday at the M. E. church was postponed to allow all per sons to attend a prohibition lecture, The meeting will be held on next Sun <J»y. Mr. John Davis has moved his family from Castle to Robinson, and has a force of men at work on the Little Dott. On Monday night the gale made havoc of their tent and owing to the severity of the weather the men were compelled to take a short lay off. This property is looking exceedingly well and Mr. Davis is highly encouraged at the pros pects. Castle Reporter. Cily Democratic Conventions A all Cily Democratic Conventions The Democrats of Livingston will hold a con vention on Monday, April 6th, at S a'clock p. m., in basement of the Realty building, opposite En teiu'risk office, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for mayor, city clerk and attorney, treasurer, marshal, and police magistrate, and for the transaction of any other business that may properly come before the convention. The delegates and alternates to the said con vention will he chosen by the democrats of the respective wards of the city on Saturday, the 4th dav of April, at 8 o'clock p. m. "file following is the apportionment of dele gates and alternates from the different wards: First ward—Ten delegates, 10 alternates. Second ward—Ten delegates, 10 alternates. Third ward- Ten delegates, 10 alternates. The primaries will be held at the following places : First ward— Patton & Alderson's furniture store. Second ward— llosford's office. Third ward—Basement of the Realty building, opposite Entehprise office. At tiie ward primaries one candidate for aider man will be chosen from each ward. M. ROTH, Chairman City Committee. Change In Appointments. F. S. Webster & Co. have been ap pointed agents, to succeed Potts & Web ster, for the following companies: Royal Insurance Co. Sun Fire Office Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. Queen Insurance Co. German American Insurance Co. Continental Insurance Co. Providence Washington Insurance Co. Oakland Home Insurance Co. Girard Insurance Co. Agricultural Insurance Co. Citizens Cin. Insurance Co. Rochester German Insurance Co. Security Conn. Insurance Co. State Investment Cal. Insurance Co. Travelers Accident Insurance Co. Carpet* and Oil Clotli. New r patterns and styles, largest stock ever in town. A. Krieger & Co. Cist of Letters Advertised at Livingston, Montana, March 16, 1891. Burton, L P Clark, Wm Drew, F .1 Davey, John (2) Faster, Mrs Louisa Gilbert, Horace Johnson, Chas Johnson, Poete Materson, Charley Murphy, E D McVey, Grace Madigan, J P Milligan, T M Hause, Vv Smith, Harry A Vanhorn, John Wyman. C H Smith, Will Walton, Hattie Wilkins, J B Persons calling "Advertised." for the above will please sav 8. M. Parks, P. M. ' Childrens* Carriages. The celebrated Whitmen carriages from £8 to $30. A. Krieger & Co. 8PE01 AL ME HTIOM. Try Holliday's for 3, 4 and 5 cent boil ing meat. Special bargains in shoes and rubber goods at Hefferlin Bros. Smoke Garnier's fragrant Havana Bo quet cigars. Go to Holliday's cheap cash house for potatoes and oats. Special attention given to buggy painting by J. H. Dewing. Get Hefferlin Bros.' new price list. They carry the best lines of goods and their prices are the lowest. Smoke famous Seal of Chicago clear Havana Cigar, M. A. Peterson agent for Livingston. Furnished Rooms to rent on north Main street. Apply at residence. 1-10 Mbs. N. C. Green. Mrs. Davenport's spring millinery is arrriving and will he complete in a few days. Small island for sale cloee to Living ston^heap and on easy terms. Apply to Hoopes A Eaton. I. Orschel A Bro. are already receiv ing an immense line of spring and sum mer goods for their clothing depart ment. . ns l ne i up of sue the to Cos a in to la and in in for be to the be as of be The best lime is furnished by the Liv ingston Lime Works. O. ÄIattson. Wiener wurst and Finnan Haddie at Krieger & Co's. Lovers of fragrant Havana or choice domestic cigars will consult their in terests by using "Livingston Sport" and "Boquet" brands, manufactured for the local trade bv Charles Garnier. Mrs. Davenport will notify the public in due time of her spring opening of millinery. Patronize home industry and smoke Garnier's cigars. Pillsbury Best Flour at Thompson Bros. "Monarch Brand" of fruits and vegeta bles at Thompson Bros. "Livingston Sport," the favorite brand of cigars, are manufactured exclusively ny Charles Gamier at his Livingston, Park county, factory. Every ingredient employed in produc ing Hood's Sarsaparilla is strictly pure, and is the best of its kind it is possible to buy. In the course of preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla everything is care fully watched with a view to obtaining the best result. 4 Choice coffees and teas a specialty at Krieger & Co's. When baby was sick, we gave her Castoria, When she was a child, she c.ied for Castoria, When sùe became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When she had children, she gave them Castoria. Crescent creamery butter at Thomp son Bros. House painting, sign painting, all kinds of painting and paper hanging done by J. H. Dewirg. Wall Faper. Five thousand rolls of new styles just received.' r 01d stock and remnants at cost. A. Krieger & Co. Notice. To whom it may concern: That the stock of goods and personal property of the Stebbins Mercantile company is now in the possession of the National Park bank as mortgagee, and all notes or other debts owing to said company are now payable to the National Park bank, mortgagee. J. C. Vii.as, Cashier. The lixiik of Livingston, Hefferlin block, Main street, Living ston, Montana, has sale deposit boxes to rent, allows 8 per cent interest on time deposits of any amount, and transacts a general banking business. 3-7 C. S. Hefff.rlin, Cashier. ROYAI F J ^ POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength.—I'. S. Government leport, Aug. 17, 18H0. for will All an E. per On of Mr. m., En a and that the 4th F. S, Webster & Go., Beal Estate, Loans aitti Insurance. References: ^ National Park Bank. I Livingston National Bank A CONCERT Dramatic Entertainment Will be given in Fowl's Hall, Mondai, March 30, Under the auspices of the Women's Catholic Aid Society. For the Benefit of ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. Admission 50 Cents. Doors open at 7:30, entertainment to commence at 8 o'clock. ENNIS & R08S0N. LIVERY, FEED SALE STABLE. <oy Having completed the equipment ot our new -barn, we are now prepared to fur nish customers with STYLISH TURNOUTS Of all kinds at Reasonable Rates. --w HORSES BOARDED 01 THE Oil OR WEEK. -M ' Corner Second and Calendar Sts. LIVINGSTON. MONT. E. O. CLARK, Dealer in RANCH PROVISIONS. Miners' Sollies Etc. MATH boulder. Near the Natural Bridge. PATTON & ALDERSON ! Dealen in * Second Hand GOODS Agents for Che Singer Sewing Machine. Purchasers will find go ods on display at our Store Room of _ T crt P u 1 <,n which we are celling at ridlcnlou«Iy low prices. Yon can d wavs llna what yon want nearly . _ new at half its real value. ns l SIn" h n^!î* or •* COBd husd »rtllcs. Give ne a call. One door north of Holliday's market. i I. Fro* ipd Mask 01 tap* at of A RUSH OF WISE PEOPLE Has taken place to Save their Money and BUT FOR CASH. v is the order of the age. Will von be Wise. Pay not the Debt of thy Neighbor 7 COME! SEE! Finest Hams... Side Bacon____ Kice........... Rolled Oats....... Navy Beans...... 131b Granulated Si BELIEVE ! SCans C orn........... $1 00 3 Cans Tomatoes...... 1 00 s Cans Beans.......... j 00 Cans Peas ........... i oo Bars Soap.......... l oo $ 1.00 Gold Heart Flour Montana Belle... Yellow Com meal Graham Flour... Rye Flour......... Coal Oil $3 40 sack 2 50 sac k 2 00 sack 40 sack 3 25 sack |*er gallon. MEN'S WEAR. The Beautiful Unexcelled "Gold" Shirt, laundried, only 81.25. he W orld I anions "Congress" Shirt, laundried, only 81.50. A Splendid, Good Wearing Shirt, laundried. only 81 . 00 . A £6.00 Shoe for 85 00. , , . . * * c. m , .. „„ . A &>.a0 > s hoe for 84.o0. oe or «.3.00. A good solid wearer, 82.50. A full line of the Celel,rate,l »E. & W.~ Collars and Cuffs, an,I Cutler's A Cros s!"et (TrrTco-U ' ""e'' J r " nks and '"»nke's at lied liock ITIee. weet, Orr A. ( o. s Never Rip" warranted Pants and Blouses. An Immense Stock of At Lowest Pr ices. Lander swum the Hellespont Ilis Hero to embrace; But our Cash Prices take the lead And Win in every race. "BRING YOUR MONEY WITH YOU." Stebbins Mercantile Co. Sold by Mortgagee. PLEASURE RESORT ! AND HOME FOR THE SICK. HUNTER'S HOT SPRINGS ! AT MENDENHALL, MONTANA, mile.* from Springdale station on the Northern Pacific Railroad liages will lie in attendance at all trains for 'lie transfer of guests. when for residence and bn Mails Delivered Twice Daily at the Hotel Office. TOWN LOTS ness purposes for sale. C. B. MENDENHALL. Owner and Proprietor. FAY RANSOM, (Successor to FRANK WHITE.) Billiard and Pool Parlor 1 OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Elegant Bar and Fixtures. The Best brands of Liquors and Cigars. Courteous Bar Attendants. Inviting Club Rooms. Licensed Gambling:. Main Street, : Livingston. THE LIVINGSTON BOTTLING COMPANY, Manufacturers and Bottlers of ALL KINDS OF CARBONATED ORINKS, Soda Water, Still Cider, Mineral Waters, Sarsaparilla, Ginger Ale, Champagne Cider. Mothing but Liquid Carbonic Acid Gas Used. Agents for Louis. Milwaukee and Centennial Beer. St. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. duke: are now Offerini &o WORK, ; their Large Invoice of Fancy PLUSH AND FUR ROBES AT REDUCED PRICES. —(o)— WHIPS, HARNESS, ETC. They have the largest and best stock of Horse Furnish ing Coods in Eastern Montana. REPAIRING! Promptly attended to. Shop in Miles Block on CalendarSt. GORDON BROS. LIBER COMPANY, DEALERS IN Building Material. Will pay special attention to Contracting and Building. We handle everything pertaining to the construc tion of buildings and are prepared to contract complete same ready for occupany. estimates on building complete or on material or on both. YARDS, Get onr furnishimr LIVINGSTON AND BIG TIMBER FORRESTER, DEALER IN Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, Jewelry Clocks And Everything suitable for Holiday Presents. Call Early and Examine Our Stock before Purchasing Elsewhere. Albemarle Hotel, Park Street.