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Northern I'aclfit AH1.IVK, mail (jroinir westt.. ,. N| , r -----uoinc «.-I I mail iiioinr - *' ,1 '11' I r**i..lit I ... ,,.Kreinlit) I reicht).... ! iWL-lit..... ■Ii Kn-i-ht) Ha! I 8 :U) a m s .40 ]>.Ill 4 :tr> u.iii 0.10 ji.m :i :or. 1 ::ir> a.in. 4 :50 H in. K:l, r > a.in. 3ill*I p in. 6:15 a. in. I'.OIK BHAN<11. train, tri-weekly, leaving LiviiiL' ii Tuea.lay, Tliurwtlay and Satur at 5:10 |>. in. id the name day«. Illgntoll i'OHtoltlCe. , vs Irom 8 a. in. to 7:30 j». m, and register liuniness traits in . to7:30 p. ill., week (lays. i est will close at 0:00a to cast w ill close at 7:30 p. in. r\ will lie open on Sundays and HJAL LAYOUT. in toil if this city was on a notary public for f. nieli lias begun the erection residence, located on Y ellow 't.inook streets. I hilmey tV Co. bave opened •-Lie. insurance and mining I : i ; I - * * til t astle. , ,,f c ikedale lias purchased lnrrav property on Second iiigl; i'. S. Webster »fc (A>. P ! I •;! st'd to note that IX K. '■.|,ii has been eonfined to his attack of pneumonia, is • |,o upon the streets. Mr. A. B. Lind an .. i.teiition to be an independ ent- ut the coming muncipal aid. inan of the First ward. iperintendent of motiv . Northern Pacific, has re In- succeeded by .John orIv of the Milwaukee A St I ,a Barre has just complete ..f Livingston, including all plat lions. The work is done for the .once of parties desiring to pur ai estate and is an excellent f workmanship. is issue will be found the adver it of Mendenhall, the Minneapoli The house is recognized as the institution of the kind in tin t, and is recomended to those' a choice plants or flowers. ;rccit, having concluded to re . rnianently in Livingston, has .Hi -e accommodations in Room block. His residence will be in Realty company's buildings, ,■ corner of Third and Clark i-t Cli al pn Mctcdith appeared liefore Dis •k Kmmons Saturday and made ,f of his homestead northwest 'tin* city. He was accompanied by Imiiiiis McAlpin and William Ross, as itniHses of bis continued residence lion ami cultivation of the land. 711 is section was visited liy another , usi.irm Saturday night, covering the oij/hI to a depth of about two inches, rapidh disappeared under tlie in dice of a warm wind so that its only m i was to increase the prospect for a »! bai ami grain crop the coming eeu Kn ii is desires it understood at Ins candidacy for t ho city marshal ip is imt contingent upon the action anv convention. He intends to go be o the voters of the city upon his ■tits and ipialifications fur the posi a, -mil ; sks the support of bis friends on tins platform on election day. A . aliens of parties interested in the nml cl 'ct ion today met the first of the ck and decided to support the follow ; for school trustees: Mrs. Vesta nlker, Mrs. Ii. C. La Barre. W. S. artinand II. C. Thomas. If Mr. Em ms consents to be a candidate for elec in the ticket will probably be com ■toil In the addition of bis name. Architect Frank llornbeck has just nipli'ted plans for a handsome school biding to he erected at Cokedale. The hiding is arranged for two depart ■nts, mth a seating capacity for one mired and ten pupils, and if com b'd in c mforniitv with the plans sub n Mr. llornlieek, will furnish e with une of the best school s of its size in the state. •ipion t blaze occurred Sunday smug in the rooms occupied by H. L, iwinlcs in the two story frame build in Calendar street, owned by A. W. s. I'lie lire is supposed to have igmated from an overturned lamp lieh ignited the carpet. An alarm promptly given and the fire appar ' started for the scene of the blaze, liefere it could be used the fire was ngiiished by the parties who dis •red it and gave the alarm. Appropriate and interesting Easter vices were held in the different urches throughout the city Sunday. ie floral decorations and music were ial features, the Episcopal and ngicgatiomtl churches presenting an igly attractive appearance by twin of their fine displays of cut flow aud potted plants. The cut flowers Nt. Andrews church were utilized '»'lay by the ladies of the society to rate the rooms of sick persons oughout the city. Iereafter all parties doing business icli requires the payment of licenses 1 he eiimpelled to make payment with* ii days after such license bocomes Criless paid within that time the •lint will be placed in the hands of connlv attorney for collection as pro b by law. This is made obligatory m the county treasurer under the visions of the new license law, and I be promptly attended to in order 'lieve the bondsmen of the treasurer n liability for a failure to comply i the strict requirements of the law, ■eneral Passenger Agent Fee, of the rthern Pacific, .accompanied by Mr. n, passed through Livingston Sun airiting on his return from atrip to bound country. In an interview i a representative of the Independ at Holcim he predicts that the them Pacific will carry more immi nts this year than during any twelve tbs since the completion of the road, in 1S8M. a much larger proportion of une to Montana than in for •iisons. It is also expected that urist travel will exceed former as the stringency of the money i ki't will keep many people in Ameri bave heretofore visited Europe. he new time card of the Northern b"' wt nt into effect Monday last, new schedule is hut slightly ehang '"ii that of last summer. Trains ■ and from the east, depart at 8 *• and 8:40 p. m. The east bound us. Nos. and 4. depart at 4:15 a. m. lu bi p. nt. Trains 1 and 2 go by "[ Helena, and trains 3 and 4 by batte. The stub train that was a Ligan to Helena, to connect t ruins by way of Butte, has again 1 11,11 <m and w ill make regular trips, n the Park branch will run of w the and if ng for law, will ford the uties city ich w ill fro train - «••i'kly, t'vory Tuesday, Thursday H int Ur, ' a * ' llllt ' 1 the opening of the ].. . about June 1st, when ' r,tln service will be resumed. ■ I*row was arrested Tuesday , l :'"' >n 'l llill| >t of L. C. La Barre, charg ea w*' V th insan 'ty- The examin Lho 1 h i* * 1>e ^ ore Chairman Hoppe i * ,lml °f county commissioners, in (,f J udge Henrv, and a jury ned of Dr . G R w e il 8t W. E. y," 1 ' »nd J. E. Swindlehurst. " ein e adduced clearly indicated weakness, which has dated r hi at tack of la grippe about one uJn-' " this condition is attri r - 1 H n uul>le at Helena last sum Uuti.u J 18 receut irrational business iiiist H . * l!ls "Iso made threats en 1 • r * des whom he conceived had y, aft'!- - C ! iu . BW . f°. r .. grievance, The erdi„, H , deliberation, returned « taW ntiating the charge. He en to W arm Springs Wednesday, was case. by had ing favor this court miles first past and could The the has ing at senting They clover plause good, The talent, J. market which ern In ables Mr. ment which the Suit Pullman other Augus, Carver bins Park vidually, aside and ing to of the asserted made filed pany aside bank the weeks W. Monday him in at The vision statutes person house, gurdy on called was where was penalty law. has is where ly ment This ducting etc., voked fore, gle their of minded large judged for that who tives, sible to right a m ]>.Ill u.iii ji.m a.in. in. a.in. in. a. in. Satur m, and on for K. his is an where it is confidently hoped that he may be restored to a sound mental con dition. Gordon Bros, have secured the con tract for the erection of the new Big Timber hotel. F. S. Webster & Co. sold Thursday, lots 15 and 16, block 47, to Sarah P. Blodgett, consideration $400. David Dubois and Miss Jessie Gil christ were married Thursday at the Cong regational parsonage, Rev. W. C. Fowler officiating. The democratic primaries will be held this evening to nominate candidates for aldermen and delegates to the city con vention next Monday. D. I. Donovan and G. A. Sproule of this city have taken the contract to ex cavate for the new hotel to be erected by Jacob Halverson at Big Timber. Nine carloads of coal and coke from the Park Coal and Coke company's mines at Horr composed a part of Tues day's train on the Park branch. Among freight consignments received the past week was a carload of seed w heat and oats, which will be disposed of to the ranchmen of this vicinity. Another carload of machinery for the new hoist of the Livingston Coke and Coal company arrived Monday and was taken to Cokedale by Tuesday's train. The new hoist for the Armada Mining company at Cas le arrived in this city Wednesday and is now awaiting the ar rival of freight teams to convey it to the mines. P. J. Tobin, a brakeman on the North ern Pacific who sustained a severe con tusion of tho thumb of his right hand was sent to the sanitarium at Brainerd Minnesota, the past week. Col. J. R. King, president of the Elec trie Light company, has placed the En TKKi'uisK force under obligations for choice box of imported cigars in honor of the recent arrival of a daughter in his home. The Calumet club gave a sheet and pillow slip dance at their rooms on Park street Thursday evening. The occasion was one of the most enjoyable of the series of social hops given by the club during the past winter. Forney Bros, of tho upper Yellow stone last week received from central Iowa three tine stallions, two Normans and one Belgian. Two of these horses w ill be kept upon the stock ranch of the Forney Bros, and the other will be of fered for sale. Theodore Jackson, a car repairer of the Northern Pacific, was severely in jured by having his right hand caught between two vestibuled'coaches Sunday morning. His injury, though not seri ous, will incapacitate him for labor for several weeks. Incandescent lights were put into the Realty company's building, corner Park and Second streets, on Monday, for the convenience of persons occupying offices. The company w ill increase the number if rooms by an addition to the rear dur ng the coming summer, if the demand for offices w ill justify the expenditure. In conformity with the new revenue law, Assessor Clifford and his deputies will begin the work of assessment for the ensuing year on Monday next. Mr. Clif ford will devote his attention to the Shields River country and that portion of the county east of Livingston, while Dep uties Hoopes and Bowen will look after city property and the upper Yellowstone country. At a special term of court held by Judge Milburn last Saturday a decision was handed down in the Barney will case. The principal point to he decided by the court was as to the codicil that had been filed by the attorney represent ing the defendants. The court held in favor of the plaintiff, Ida L. Barney of this city. The case goes to the supreme court on appeal. Upon returning to her ranch, three miles west of the city, Mrs. Macadams first learned that during her absence the past winter her house was broken into and almost everything of value that could be carried away had been stolen. The burglary is supposed to have been the work of tramps, and as so long a time has elapsed since the offense was com mitted, there is little prospect of detect ing the criminals. The Boston Gaiety company appeared at Fowlie's hall Sunday evening, pre senting the comic opera, "La Mascotte." They were greeted by a fair-sized and appreciative audience. Wm, H. New borough and Geo. Whitman, as leading characters, proved to be exceptionally clover comedians, eliciting frequent ap plause by their appropriate hits. The vocalists of the company were generally good, and their renditions well received. The orchestra, composed chiefly of local talent, was one of the most pleasing features of the entertainment. J. H. Harvat has purchased the meat market of S. L. Holliday & Son, and will consolidate it with his market. The business will be conducted at the rooms formerly occunied by Holliday & Son, which will be fitted up with all the mod ern appliances of a first-class market. In addition to all kinds of meats, veget ables and fruits will bs kept in season. Mr. Harvat has just received a consign ment of fat stock from eastern markets which will be furnished his customers at the formal opening next Monday. Suit has been commenced by John Pullman & Co., for themselves and the other creditors of the Carver Mercantile company against H. Stebbins, Charles Augus, R. T. Smith, as trustees of the Carver Mercantile company, the Steb bins Mercantile company, the National Park bank, Charles H. Stebbins, indi vidually, and Charles M. Stebbins to set aside various transfers of the real estate and personal property formerly belong ing to the Carver Mercantile company, to subject the property to the payment of the claims of the creditors, it being asserted that the said conveyances were made with the intent to defraud the creditors. A similar suit has also been filed by Taylor Bros. &, Co., and other judgment creditors of the Stebbins Mercantile company against that com pany and the National Park bank to set aside the chattel mortgage giver to the bank under which it took possession of the company's stock of goods some weeks ago. The suits also ask for the appointment of a receiver. W. W. Livingston, manager of the Bozeman opera house, was arrested Monday morning on a warrant charging him with a violation of the Sunday law in playing the Boston Gaiety company at Fowlie's hall on Sunday evening. The charge was brought under the pro vision of section 1406 of the compiled statutes of Montana, which is as follows: "Hereafter it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to keep open any play house, theater, dance house, hurdy gurdy house, prize ring, or race grounds on the first day of the week, commonly called the Lord's day." Mr. Livingston was arraigned in Justice Hosford's court, where he entered a plea bt guilty and was assessed a fine of $10, the minimum penalty provided for a violation of the law. While this statutory enactmeflt has been in force for several years, this is the first time, so far as we know, where anyone has been found sufficient ly officious to insist upon its enforce ment against Sunday entertainments. This same law applies to parties con ducting gaming houses, racing grounds, etc., but has not been heretofore in voked against them. The fact, there fore, that misguided zealots should sin gle out Mr. Livingston as a victim of their displeasure has created a feeling of indignation among the more liberal minded people, who certainly compose a large per cent of the best citizens of Livingston. But the parties who have instituted this crusade should not be judged too harshly. The real cause for complaint lies in the fact that members of the legislature, who should be endowed with sound judgment and actuated by liberal mo tives, have by their action made it pos sible for others to enforce a conformity to their contracted notions of right and proper. ed and in w T been md of trict hue ° ious house. which ian wan be ith pon Mary George above has Heath which scored ent der lic Mary's The ed of Misses Intyre, Mr. joyable greater feature highly was Dunn, J. and the of the ter some church Tlie der reau, was ance was A. J. this tions opened lowed Intyre, lecturer ered and as was Tuesday closed Intyre. taken agement, the weekly the to the cover decided other was lectures, Rev. of In culated a large the the ence meeting an of W. H. the to be school Upon meeting five and of trustees. ceiving declared next, the following nation: Henry mons, A. E. J. F. J. O. The Gamier Mayne were the H. W. Emmons, higheet lot, Emmons W. what he con con Big P. Gil the C. held for con of ex the ar \Vednesday Judge Henry appointed Miss Brunette Ballinger court stenog rapher for the sixth judicial district, to succeed George Gros, resigned. Miss Ballinger has qualified for the position preparatory to entering upon the duties of the office at the comiDg term. Messrs Lewellin & Hornbeck are en gaged in making a plat of Livingston, showing the entire townsite and ad ditions. The plat will be the most com plete work of the kind ever produced as it will give the location of all residence and business buildings within the limits of the city. Husbandman: The Cumberland com pauy is having trouble again, some par ties having jumped their niillsite claim. vVe are not informed as to the merits of the case, but J. A. Woodson, Eld. Sayre and Wm. (Jordon, members of the com pany, went over this week to investigate the matter. Krieger & Co. are fitting up their store room on the east side of Main street, for merly occupied by the "Mint," prepara tory to removing their grocery stock thereto. The building now occupied by this firm will be torn down to make place for the two-story brick block to be erected by Henry Frank. A new lock seal for this judicial dis trict was received the past week and will hereafter be used in place of the old one. Under the provision of the constitution the old third district seal was continued in service, but the last session of the legislature made provision for new seals for each of the judicial dis tricts throughout the state. evJn'in^ at th ^ t T h ur «Iay e\emng at the residence of Orlando Em mons. Bryant and the poets of last week were fully discussed, after which some of the members engaged in a die cussion on spiritualism. A vote was taken and the proposition carried to hold meetings every two weeks during the summer. The next meeting will be held Thursday, April 16th, at the resi dence of Mrs. Edith S. Green. Lewellin & Hornbeck, who have form ______________ ed a co-partnership in conducting the business of surveying, civil and mining architecture, contracting and building, have secured the front in room on the second finer nf the w iSr® SZ £i he Ä R .; I W the the prise block, which they have fitted up in first class style. Both gentlemen have had wide experience in their pro fessions, and cannot fail to succeed in their new venture. Mr. Lewellin's ex perience as a geologist, covers a period w T ill give special attention, Wednesday Dennis Lenihan, who had been confined in the county jail for several days, was released under habeas corpus proceedings before Judge Henry. Lenihan was arrested in February last md fined upon a charge of assault and of 28 years, and to this department he —' ...... 1 the over H. _______________ . battery. He took an appeal to the dis trict court and gave bonds to secure the hue and costs. Recently the sureties lesired to be released and surrendered ijemnan to the sheriff. Judge Henry the ° c 8 * at sure , ties u P on an appeal bond lege cannot serrender the principal, and a t enihan was accordingly released. Ole Olson made his appearance at was Fowlie's hall Wednesday evening. His coming had been heralded bv a judic-1 been „ ious system of advertising and in conse quence he was greeted by a croA'ded house. Ole Olson is a drama-comedy in which the central figure is a Scandina ian who has only "bane en dee kontry wan yare femt mont and sax wake," and -St'taTtti.gS.-S'tKrp7arha.no especial merit. R. L. Scott as Ole Olson succeeded in keeping that portion of the audience who were fortunate enough to be within hearing distance convulsed ith laughter whenever he appeared pon the stage, by his quaint utterances. Mary Heath as "Genie Dimple," and St. George Hussey as "Mrs. Bridget O'Flan nigan," are interesting characters and above the average theatrical talent that has visited this city. As a vocalist Miss Heath excels, and in the songs with which she entertained the audience scored a success. The entertainment given by home tal ent Monday evening at Fowlie'a hall, Un der the auspices of the Women's Catho lic Aid society and for the benefit of St. Mary's church, was a complete succees. The first part of the programme consist J. where ment New guest firm ed bar A mg for pany ed of vocal and instrumental music by Misses Shepard, Smith, the Misses Mc Intyre, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wilkes and Mr. Faust. It was interesting and en joyable throughout and would have been creditable to musicians who make much greater claim to public recognition. The recitation by Mrs. C. J. Wilkes was a feature of the programme which was highly appreciated. A comic drama was the closing feature. In this the characters were represented by Miss Dunn, Mrs. W. T. Field, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wilkes, Messrs. J. Dunn, A. D. Harris, by the Mr. remove in and itor W. and D. Mclnerney, all of whom acquitted th e ..... " ■ " leased that derson D. ator that better than der ing tion pany, station H. of his is ernment to mer. visitor addition camp ing to dents. J. sion doing opinion below weeks not J. Stebbins, Springs, the changed the Mr. of that ed the where of mittee tween Northern P. from morning, putting for new this number Bozeman, the Gallatin cases been elevation of the posed C. a trip ing company. property m the let, at an J. ber, urn themselves creditably. Notwithstanding the low price of admission the receipts of the evening exceeded $150, which, af ter defraying expenses, will leave a hand some sum to the credit of St. Mary's church treasury. Tlie weekly entertain ment given un der the auspices of the local lecture bu reau, at Fowlie's hall Tuesday evening, was marked by a much larger attend ance than usual. The chief attraction was the announcement of the lecture by A. J. Campbell, Esq., and the merit of this feature fully justified the expecta tions of the audience. The programme opened with an instrumental duet, fol lowed by a vocal duet by the Misses Mc Intyre, which was well received. The lecturer was then introduced and deliv ered an address upon the subject: "America." Mr. Campbell is a pleasing and forceful talker and a careful thinker, as was clearly evidenced by his lecture Tuesday evening. The entertainment closed with a vocal solo by Miss Ada Mc Intyre. Before an adjournment was taken J. T. Smith, on behalf of the man agement, announced that inasmuch as the expenses connected with these weekly entertainments had* exceeded the collections it was deemed advisable to discontinue them The collection for the evening, however, was sufficient to cover all former indebtedness, and it was decided to submit the question of an other entertainment to the audience. It was unanimously voted to continue the lectures, and on Monday evening next Rev. H. S. Taft will entertain the people of Livingston with a dissertation upon "Marriage." The School Meeting;. In response to a call printed and cir culated by authority of the school board large number of citizens assembled at the court room Thursday evening for the purpose of taking action with refer ence to the school election today. The meeting was called to order by W. E. Thompson of the board of trustees, and an organization effected by the election W. E. Thompson as chairman and E. H. Talcott, secretary. The object of the meeting was stated by the chairman be the selection of candidates for school trustees. Upon motion it was voted that the meeting proceed to place in nomination five candidates by vote of those present, and that candidates receiving a majority votes cast be declared nominated for trustees. A motion that the three re ceiving the highest number of votes be declared nominated for three years, the next, two years, and the next receive the one year term, prevailed, and the following persons were placed in nomi nation: E. H. Talcott, Charles Gamier. Henry Frank, F. A. Krieger, O. Em mons, Mrs. L. C. LaBarre, Louis Lahm, A. E. Owens, Alva Mayne, G. T. Young, F. Lawrence, H. C. Howell, F. A. Ross, O. Sax, Daniel Short. The first ballot showed that Charles Gamier had received 43 votes, Alva Mayne 42, and E. H. Talcott 37, and they were duly declared the candidates for the three year term. A tie vote between H. W. Bingham, F. A. Krieger and O. Emmons, the persons receiving the next higheet vote, necessitated another bal lot, which resulted in the choice of U. Emmons for the two year term, and H. W. Bingham for the one year twin. to Miss en ad com as com par of for by be and the the PERSONAL POINTS. Rev. J. W. Van Ingen visited Boze man the first of the week. A* T. French of Gardiner was a visi tor m the city the past week. Major F. £>. Pease returned Monday from a protracted visit to the east. Mrs. W. H. Yeaton and son visited friends in Bozeman the past week. J. W. Johnson departed Monday for Omaha, Nebraska, to visit his parents. Mre. T. Mclnerney is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank D. Merrill, at Helena. R. B. Briggs of Big Timber was among visitors at the county capital the first of the week. Hon. C. H. Stebbins returned Wednes day from a business trip to the tempo rary capital. Mrs. William White of Bozeman visiting her daughter Mrs. J. A. Bailey a# iL : _ _îi ® ^ I I of this city. ° " ' I V ___ j , • ii Park branch Saturday to lS after his sawmill ^ , , 8 t fl ' 'at n ^fr ' one the mine owners or the New World district, came down rrom Looke Thursday. Mrs. J. H. Holliday visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mardis, of Bozeman, the first of the week. I Ben Cornhauser made a trip to Cinna- j bar Saturday, in the interest of the busi ness of M. Roth & Co. Louis Schott made a business trip to Castle Monday in the interest of the firm of I. Orschel & Bro. to H. S. Potts and S. Bnadock returned the first of the week from a business trip to the temporary capital. Conductor Stranahan, who has been spending the winter in the south, re turned to Livingston Tuesday. W. A. Harrison, one of the prominent ranchmen and stockgrowers of Sweet grass, was in the city Saturday. of in George H. Wright and J. A. Savage returned Monday after a successful hunting trip to Jefferson county. Frank Shepard, department foreman I in the Northern Pacific shuns returned ? w 1 J » ra .c snops, returned .; I W «^ a y from a trip to St. Paul. Iheo Norman, the representative of the Gallatin County Hay Press, was in the city Thursday, a guest of H. J. Hoppe. R. E. Cutler came down from Cooke w r he he Saturday, where he has been spending 1 the season in looking after mining in terests. Miss Eva Jacobs came up from Big Timber last evening and will remain over Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Geo. H. Wright. . Mrs. W. C. Sehlbrede, who has been__ visiting her parents in Oregon the past I winter, returned to her home in this city Saturday. Adam Gassert, who has been spending He the winter at the Helena Business col- and lege returned to the home of his parents a t Cinnabar Tuesday. and H. O. Hickox, the Melville merchant, hi was in the city Monday, having recently ca returned from California, where he has cur been spending the winter. and Mrs. II. Macadams and children re turned Sunday from Calidonia, Canada, m. where she has been spending the past ^ winter visiting her parents. „ _ B , . Beter Sorenson, who has been mam on the Butte branch, has been visiting his numerous orancn ' nas 06611 vlslt " Livingston friends the past week. I lows: [ J. Malin came down from the upper of Yellowstone country Thursday evening, ver. where he has been prosecuting develop- 10 ment of properties in Crevice Gulch. Major Burke, general agent of the and Equitable Life Assurance association of 11 Î© New York, was in the city Saturday, a I w .°° guest of the resident agent, Walter Ayrault. Mr. Moore, of the firm of McBride & Moore, was in the city Saturday. The firm of McBride & Moore have purchas ed the saloon of William Hall at Cinna bar and took poseosninn Wednesday. cared the ed for for A letter from M. Roth, who is sojourn- j light, mg in Chicago, states that he will start I and for home the first of next week in com- day's pany with Isaac Orschel, who has been spending the past winter in the east. Frank Keifer, the Northern Pacific switchman who recently lost a thumb by an accident in the yards at this place, returned Wednesday from a sojourn at the company's sanitarium at Brainerd. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Savage.will shortly remove to Miles City to reside. Mr. Savage's mining interests will keep him in Castle a greater portion of the time, and he will therefore be a frequent vis itor in Livingston. W. R. Bramble of Big Timber was in th e city Tuesday. Mr. Bramble has leased the Big Timber hotel of Davis & Tintinger, and has taken possession of that popular hostelry, placing W. E. An derson in charge as manager. D. N. West the Castle sawmill oper ator and lumber dealer, was in the city Saturday. He reports business lively in that camp with a prospect for a much better trade the coming summer than ever before in its history. John Bingham came in from the Boul der Th ursday, where he has been spend ing the winter. He has accepted a posi tion with the Park Transportation com pany, and will be located at Norris station during the coming summer. H. L. Glenn came over from Helena Saturday to superintend the shipment of his household goods to that city. He is pleased with his position in the gov ernment assay office and has concluded to remain in Helena during the sum mer. Martin Ranmael of Cooke City was a visitor in Livingston the past week. In addition to his other interests in that camp Mr. Ranmael is engaged in min ing contracts, giving especial attention to representation work for non-resi dents. J. F. Locke, who was in from his Mis sion ranch Wednesday, reports stock as doing well in that section. He is of the opinion that actual losses will fall far below the number anticipated several weeks ago and that the loss so far will not exceed ten per cent. J. F. Fraser, cashier of the bank of Stebbins, Son & Co., of White Sulphur Springs, greeted his friends in this city the past week. The bank has recently changed hands and will be merged into the First National Bank of Castle, and Mr. Fraser will probably become cashier of that institution. Conductor Charles Alexander return ed the first of the week from St. Paul, where he has been attending a meeting of the Northern Pacific grievance com mittee to adjust differences existing be tween employes and the Union and Northern Pacific railroad companies. P. W. Mahoney and family arrived from La Crosse, Wisconsin, Monday morning, preparatory to receiving and putting his newspaper plant in shape for issuing the Livingston Herald, the new democratic paper to be published in this city. Mr. Mahoney says the initial number will appear in about two weeks. Judge Henry returned Tuesday from Bozeman, where he had been holding the March term of district court for Gallatin county. He disposed of those cases in which Judge Armstrong had been interested as attorney prior to his elevation to the bench. Trie remainder of the business for the term will be dis posed of by Judge Armstrong. C. W. Savage returned Saturday from trip to Castle, where he bad been pay ing the employes of the Anna C Mining company. He says that the company's property is showing up exceedingly well m the present tunnel, which will be sup plemented by another lower down the mountain, a contract for which has been let, and upon which work will be begun at an early date. J. M. Dodge, one of the prosperous ranchmen and stockgrowers of Big Tim ber, was in town Thursday on his re urn from a two weeks' visit to Madison prove Theo. in were vious after up At ing was proval ance, their of ellin the outline be on aurant south. 50x140 in tain now which, detail. ed him be shortly of a In Army will, the zation ragut pared the o'clock. by order is Sons and versary a Illinois, the money to will used in The from The press zens during brother, and A will perfect serving By ever Boze visi for her at of , . , . of which was made in last week s Enter I ma 11 1 ♦ rt/1 in iVio n rvf O T county and other western Montana points. He says in that portion of the state the snow is still lying to a consid erable depth and that in consequence stock is suffering much more severely than in Park county. Senator James S. Thompson and Geo. L. Carey, cashier ot the Livingston Nat ional bank, retured Thursday morning from a trip to the Pacific coast, includ ing a visit to San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Tacoma. They were favor ably impressed with the country, but everything considered are inclined to the belief that Montana offers better in ducements than can be found in the Sound countrv. ARRKSTED FOR -ROBBERY. The Charge Against C. J. Grimes for Al leged Complicity in the Outrage Upon Detective Hart. The assault upon W. O. Hart, an em I ploye of the Northern Pacific, mention ' I prise, resulted in the arrest of C. Grimes, an employe in the Northern Pa his c,fic ^ har « ed with the crime of robbery. The charge was preferred upon the statement of Hart, who claimed ^ have recognized Grimes as one of his aB8a iiants at the time he was relieved of a revolver and pocket knife. Grimes was arraigned in Justice Hos ford's court Friday evening of last week, I where he entered a plea of not guilty, j His examination was set for the follow in K day at 10 o'clock, and in the mean !he was released upon giving bonds to for his appearance. When the time ar rived for hearing evidence in the case the seating capacity of the justice's of fice was found inadequate to accommo date the crowd in attendance, and adjournment was taken to the court room. E. C. Day appeared as attorney for the accused, and A. J. Campbell, act ing county attorney, represented the state. W. O. Hart was the first and only wit ness for the prosecution. He stated, in substance, that while in the discharge of his duties as nightwatohman he was in the yards of the Northern Pacific shortly after 11 o'clock on the night of March 26th, when he noticed two men I êmêrcê^ from "ttoTdoor of ^the material ? merge tùe door ° r tde mater,a 1 1 house of the company. He accosted them with an lnqui ^ £ to what they were doing, and was informed that it was none of his business. He replied that it was, as he was employed to watch the company's property, when the two men * one °* whom he recognized as the w r ere quickly reinforced by three others, who also came out of the same building. Hart was soon overpowered and thrown upon his face, his revolver and knife taken from him and his hands securely tied behind his back. In this condition he was permitted to regain his feet when he was marched to_a point just east of was defendant, Grimes, seized him. They K " ----— I the' stockyards." He was then asked whether he preferred to die or leave the city, and chose the latter alternative, He was then stripped of his coat, vest and underclothing, when the party ap plied a liberal coat of stack paint, Japan and feathers, after which he was given hi ? liberty. He at once repaired to the ca ^ ! ^ ^ )r * ( î& e tender, where he se cur 1 ec l assistance in releasing his bands, and continued his journey over the an n d ,^, the circuitous route of m. 1 returned to the city, ^ " ^ to fll* statements, and the prosecution rested its case. C. J. Grimes, the defendant, was then I sworn and testified substantially as fol lows: On the night of March 26th he [ attended a meeting of the Brotherhood of Carmen, in company with M. D. Ho ver. When the lodge adjourned, about 10 o'clock, he started for his home, ac companied by Mr. Hover, P. Brennan and Theo. Jackson. They stopped on 11 Î© roac * a ^ the home of David Dubois, w .°° y vas confined to his bed by a severe attack of quinsy. Dubois was being cared for by William Stuckey, and Grimes volunteered his assistance for the night. Hover and Brennan remain ed but a short time, when they departed for home. Stuckey remained until S. to bles son her ing and cost. nearly 2 o'clock, when he also departed aaining until day for home, Grimes i light, when he went to his own house and got breakfast preparatory to Lis day's work in the shops. To substantiate this statement and prove an alibi, which was the evident intention of the defense, M. D. Hover, William Stuckey, David Dubois and Theo. Jackson were sworn, and testified in the main to the allegations by Grimes. Orlando Emmons and M. H. Lashorn were also sworn and testified to the pre vious good character of defendant. This closed the case for the defense, after which the evidence was summed up in an able manner by the attorneys. At the close of the arguments Justice Hosford rendered his decision, discharg ing the accused. The announcement was received with acclamations of ap proval by friends of Grimes in attend ance, who crowded around him to offer their congratulations upon his acquittal of the grave charge. An Opera House. Through the courtesy of Messrs. Lew ellin & Hornbeck we are enabled to give the readers of the Enterprise a brief outline of a plan for an opera house to be erected the present season by C. S. Hefferlin. The building will be located on the present site of the Bon Ton rest aurant and adjoining building on the south. It will be a four-story structure, 50x140 feet, fronting on Main street, and in addition to the opera house will con tain office and business rooms. Messrs. Lewellin & Hornbeck, the architects, are now engaged in preparing the plans which, when completed, will be given in detail. Mr. Hefferlin is to be commend ed for the public spirited enterprise and business sagacity which has prompted him in this venture, and Livingston can be congratulated upon the prospect of shortly possessing an opera house worthy of a live and prosperous city. A all report, GRAND ARMY. Observance of the Twenty-Fifth Anni versary of Its Organization. In pursuance of an order from the national headquarters of the Grand Army every poet throughout the union will, on Monday evening next, observe the twenty-fith anniversary of organi zation by appropriate ceremonies. Far ragut Post No. 7 of this city has pre pared a programme for the occasion, the exercises to take place at their rooms in the Miles block, and will begin at 8 o'clock. The address will be delivered by Dr. W. T. Collins. An invitation, by order of the committee of arrangenmnts, is extended to all, and especially to the Sons of Veterans, ministers of the gospel and representatives of the press. It is intended to raise a fund on this anni versary observance with which to erect national memorial hall at Decatur, Illinois, the place where the first post of the Grand Army was organized. Tlie money will be raised by individual Con tributions, each member being expected to give 50 cents, which it is estimated will furnish the amount required. Memorial hall when completed will be used to store the relics of the late war in possession of the Grand Army. Childrens' Carriages. The celebrated Whitney carriages from $8 to $30. A. Krieger & Co. A Card ol Thanks. The undersigned wishes to hereby ex press her heartfelt thanks to the citi zens of Livingston who kindly assisted during the sickneœ and funeral of her brother, Samuel McCampbell. Her gratitude is especially due to Mrs. Young and Mrs. La Barre for their many kind attentions. Mbs.Magpie M cCamp bkt.t., Special Meeting. A special meeting of the L O. O. F. will be held next Tuesday evening to perfect arrangements for properly ob serving the anniversary of the order. By order of N. G. Carpets and Oil Cloth. New patterns and styles, largest stock ever in town. A. Krieger A Co. Civil Fancy T the Geo. Nat but to in the Al em Liât of Letters Advertised at Livingston, Montana, March 30, 1891. Allen, J P Michels, Miss Mary Bhurt, Mrs Gertie f~i Merrill. W H Bisher, Grant Pfohl, W K (2) Baker, Mrs Lilia Rice, Miss Alice Carson, Miss Selma Rose, Mrs Edmore, John Reak, L C Funk, O W Smith, Harry Glodt, Louis Smith, W A Hyatt, J H Ta> lor, Charley Jones, Charles T Wilson, Harry P Kelley. Henry Ward, Geo W Laird', John ' Welsh, John Morris, A A Wilkins, J B Mallen, John Weils, Mrs Mattie Wells, Mrs Mamie. Persons calling for the above will please say "Advertised." S. M. Parks, P. M. Pa his of ar in of 1 1 it City Democratic Convention. The Democrats of Livingston will hold a con vention on Monday, April 6th, at 8 a'clock p. m., in basement of the Realty building;, opposite En terprise office, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for mayor, city clerk and attorney, treasurer, marshal, and police magistrate, aiid 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 bv the democrats of the respective wards of the city on Saturday, the 4th day of April, at 8 o'clock p! m. The following is the apportionment of dele gates and alternates from tlie different wards: First ward—Ten delegatee, 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—Hosford'e office. Third ward—Basement of th* Realty building, opposite Enterprise office. At the ward primages one candidate for aider man will be chosen from each ward. M. ROTH, Chairman Citv Committee. The Bank 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. Hefferlin, Cashier. SPEOIAL^MENTION. For choice family groceries go to A, Krieger & Co. Special bargains in shoes and rubber goods at Hefferlin Bros. For bargains in ladies' muslin under wear, babies' dresses and outfits, go to S. L. Davenport's. 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. Small island for sale close to Living ston, cheap and on easy terms. Apply to Hoopes & Eaton. The best lime is furnished by the Liv ingston Lime Works. O. Mattson Wiener wurst and Finnan Haddie at Krieger & Co's. Pillsbury Best Flour at Thompson Bros. "Monarch Brand" of fruits and vegeta bles at Thompson Bros. Ciioice coffees and teas a specialty at Krieger & Co's. When baby was sick, w<* gave her Cantoris, When she was a child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When she had children, she gave them Castoria Mrs. Welch is organizing a small piano class. Those desiring to avail them selves of this talented lady's services can obtain full particulars by calling on or addressing Mrs. H. V. Welch. Crescent creamery butter at Thomp son Bros. Mlllinnrr Opening. Mrs. J. McClatchey will to day open her Spring Stock of Millinery, compris ing all the latest styles and novelties, and invites the ladies to call before pur chasing elsewhere. Wall Paper, Five thousand rolls of new styles just received. Old stock and remnants at cost. A. Krieger & Co. Do Do tom W ÇR&A iRs aas.J ^ POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Higheet of all in leavening strength.—U. 8. Government report, Aug. 17, 1890. F, S. Webster & Go., Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Min & Met, SURVEYORS, Civil I Mining Engineers AND GEOLOGISTS. ARCHITECTS, Contractors and Builders. Office in Enterprise Bidck, LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. Postoffice Nows Stand! The only place in town to get Fancy California Fruits, Nuts, CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES, Stationery and Books. A. CROONQUI8T, Prop. riages for Will say M. con m., En a aiid that con the 4th dele aider That to a A, to for at at Fv..','!'| at ., Ital - V ha8 declared «gainst the United States, rj body is n ow reading the news about the verdict and sentence of how I.ORSCHEL & BRO. murdered high prices on Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, And foi that crime they have been sentenced to remain in Livingston and do business the balance of their hves and to continue to undersell all other CLOTHIERS in the city. FOR FASHION! FOR STYLE! FOR ELEGANCE! They all wear CLOTHING bought at the Bright. Light, Cheerful Store of I. ORSCHEL & BRO., S treet, _- Livingston, Mont. HOOPES & EATON. Insurance. Risks safely placed at the regular rates and in the best Companies. Remember cos s no more to insure in a company that will pay you full value for your loss than it does in a company that will pay you from 30 to 40 per cent, of said loss. Life and Accident Insurance. MINIIMC STOCK. Do you want to buy Mining Stock in Castle, Cooke City, Bear Gulch, Emigrant Gulch, Mill Creek or tlie Boulder? Have you Mining Stock for sale. REAL ESTATE. Do you want to sell? Do you want to buy? Do you want to build? Do you want to loan money? Do you want to borrow money? If yon want any of these call and see us. HOOPES EATON, ORSCHEL BLOCK, LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. PLEASURE RESORT! AND HOME FOR THE SICK. HUNTER'S HOT SPRINGS ! AT MENDENHALL, MONTANA, miles from Springdale station on the Northern Pncifie Railroad where car riages will he in attendance at all trains for the transfer of guests. ' Mails Delivered Twice Daily at the Hotel Office. XOWN LOTS for residence and business purposes for sale. C. B. MENDENHALL. Owner and Proprietor. FAY RANSOM, (Successor to FRANK WHITE.) Billiard and Pool Parlor ! OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Elegant Bar and Fixtures. and Cigars. The Best brands of Liquors Courteous Bar Attendants. Club Booms. Licensed Gambling. Inviting Main Street, Livingston. duke; WORK are now Offering their Large Invoice of Fancy PLUSH AND FUR ROBES AT REDUCED PRICES. -(G) WHIPS, HARNESS, ETC. They have the langest and best stock of Horse Furnish ing Goods in Eastern Montana. REPAIRING! Promptly attended to. Shop in Miles Block on Calendar St. 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. WDON M LUMBER WINY, 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. Get our estimates on building complete or on furnishing material or on both. 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