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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE.
I*ublinhecl everyday except Sunday.
HEIGHT & HEIÎDET, .• Publishers.
LIVINGSTON, 31. T., AUGUST f>, 1883.
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The Editorial Excursion.
Never lias a more distinguished party
arrived in Livingston than the party of
journalist» who graced our city by their
presence yesterday afternoon. The Liv
ingston Board of Trade had contemplated
giving them a complimentary dinner but
from some inexplaiuable reason the
arrangement was not carried out. A rep
resentative of the Enterprise met them
at the train and had the pleasure of mak
ing the acquaintance of the majority of
die members of the excursion, and the
entertainment was largely enhanced by a
ride from Livingston to the end of track
of the Park branch and return. We have
never met a better crowd of gentlemen.
But when were newspaper workers
found to be lacking in the elements of
disposition which go to form the true j
nobleman of nature?
it had been known that the representa
tives of the Associated Press were to pass
through Livingston en route to the Yellow
stone National Park. Yesterday they
arrived, occupying three special cars—one
dining car and two sleepers—attached to
the regular Pacific express. After a stay
in Livingston of about one hour the cars
which they occupied were formed into a
special train and sent toward the Park.
The time spent at the Livingston depot
Wits not spent idly by the distinguished
journalists. The majority of them occn-l j he
pied their time in making mqui-1
ries in regard to Livingston and
in its environs. To this work they de
voted themselvcd sedulously, most of
those participating in the excursion, using
their utmost endeavors, by inquiry, ob
servation, etc., to obtain the fullest and
most reliable information in regard to both
town and country. Those of the party
with whom conversatson was had ex
pressed themselves as highly pleased
with Livingston, and as considering it
the most desirable place to settle and live
in, that they had seen in their western
trip. They only wished that they bad
made arrangements to stop in Livingston
leng enough to see the effects of
a seven months' urban growth.
Of the run hence to the end of track
on the Park branch it is almost impossi
ble to use language that would do justice J g
to the sentiments expressed by the talent
ed writers who formed the party. One
and all, they were enthusiastic over the ]
magnificent panorama presented to their I *
gaze as the train rolled onward from Liv
p
ngston to the Park. One gentlemau,
wiio was evidently versed in eastern
scenery, pronounced the scenery far supe
rior to that with which he was familiar
rior to that with which he was familiar
in the Rio Grande country or the Alle
ghany mountain views m Pennsylvania.
The platforms of the cars were crowded
with an admiring crowd all the way
through the succession of grandly beauti
ful scenes from the point of departure
from Livingston to the end of track. At
this latter point a busy scene was pre
seated. Beside the journalistic party
fully thirty-five tourists were in waiting
to secure conveyances to the Park. All
were provided for after a little rustling,
and as carriage after carriage rolled away
from Yankee Jim's toll-gate the ground I
w:is finally cleared and, this accomplished,
ye scribe of the Enterprise climbed
upon the returning train, and after more
or less delay was in Livingston.
The names of the full party of gentlemen
who wield the quill upon this inter-conti
nental excursion is as follows. It will be
found perfectly correct, as furnished the
Enterprise by G. K. Barnes, Esq. :
Francis F. Browne, Dial, Chicago.
David Blakely, Pioneer Press, Minne
apolis.
Bruce Holdman, Louisville Courier
Journal.
Prof. A. II. Young, Courier, Madison,
ladiana.
Win. P. Fuller, Post and Tribune, De
troit, Michigan.
H. E Baker, Post and Tribune, secreta
ry Associated Press.
Henry J. Wiuser, New York City.
Delavan Smith, Associated Press, Chi
cago.
Lewis H. Cowles, Leader, Cleveland.
Martin J. Russell, Times, Chicago.
John S. ReiUey, Courier, Evansville,
Indiana.
L. M. Fay, Democrat, Madison, Wis.
George K. Shaw, Tribune, Minneapolis.
Major. Wm. D. Bickham, Journal, Day
ton, F.
General B. R. Cowen, Journal, Colum
bus, 0.
A. W. Campbell, Intelligencer, Wheel
ing, West Virginia.
Albert Shaw, Minneapolis Tribune.
L. Markbreit, Volksbladt, Cincinnati.
Marshal Halstead, Commercial-Gazette,
Cincinnati.
Henry Haaoke, Volksfreund, Cincinnati.
O. Phillips, Dispatch, Pittsburg, Pa.
C. B. Williams, World, New York.
Paul Shelby, State Journal, Springfield,
Uliuois.
Wm. C. Hall, Gazette, Terre Haute, In
diana.
lion. Horace Rublee, Sentinel, Mil
waukee, Wis.
Herman Bieyer, Wisconsin, Milwaukee,
Wisconsin.
A. W. Bray ton. Journal, Indianapolis.
Indiana.
O. C. McCulloch, Sentinel, Indianapo
lis, Indiana.
Chas. K. Nison, Intcr-Ocean, Chicago.
(continued on 1st page.)
newly
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<AFE.
ICE CREAM AT ALL HOURS.
The best stock of Wines, Liquors and Cigars to
be had in the city.
A. L. FORCES, Prop.
J. MURRAY & CO.
DEALERS IN
Wines and Liquors
Fine Imported and Do
mestic
Cigars
I I f
Second Street,
M. T.
LIVINGSTON,
j he Best of w L; d oi
u °
p
BILLIARD
ARLOR AND SAMPLE
Opposite the Depot.
ROOIP
Finest Amusement Besort in Town.
OalP-See Us.
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and
both
ex
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live
bad
of
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the ] W TYT? A TP1VS-?
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JAMES FOWLIE,
Proprietor of the
Badger State
Beer Hall.
Finest and largest Hall in the town.
MILWAUKEE BEER ON DRAUGHT,
LIVINGSTON MONT.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
I the city.
Headquarters
i
Second Street, next to the Opera House.
Open Day & Night
Large stock of nothing but strictly
first-class
LIQUORS, WINES AND CIGARS.
Finest Billiard and Pool Tables in
1
I. Orschel
Bro
Are preparing to remove into
their new brick store on Park
street, and will continue to sell
goods at greatly reduced prices.
Livingston House,
J. IP. USTOI-LAJSr, Pro.
The Best Accommodations in the City.
The table is at all times supplied with the best the market affords,
newly furnished, and Parlors at tue disposal of Ladies.
Oar
Rooms large and
Wines, Liquors» and Uigurs at the
to
WHOLESALER OF
Milwaukee Beer!
and proprietor of the
MAIN STREET.
IF'reeXd-a.^cZb.
Every dny at 10 o'clock.
Milwaukee Keg Beer
on draught.
Jp£?"The finest stock of domestic and im
ported Wines and Cigars in the Territory.
TR I-WEEKLY STAGE
-FROM
Big Timber to IVIartinsdaie.
Leaves Big Timber (Dornix) TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and SATURDAY, connecting
at Alartinsdale with stages to White Sulphur
Springs, Fort Benton, Barker Mines, Mussel
shell and Judith Basin Countries
jpÉFGood stock and accommodations eu
route. GEORGE M. HATCH,
Proprietor.
ËOFMÂÏtTCo.
Keep on sale all the latest
Daily, Weekly & Monthly Papers.
CHROMOS, BOOKS, STATIONERY,
so Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Con feet ionery
^oF every variety, and Fishing Tackle.
Alain Street,
Liviu est on.
F. H. LORI NG.
Proprietor ot the
GILT EDGEE
SAMPLE ROOMS.
CHOICEST I DIES. LIQUORS anti CIGARS.
Princely furnished parlor room in connection.
MAIN STREET, - LIVINGSTON.
Kane & Rosebrough
PROPRIETORS OF TIIK
"BRUNSWICK"
SAMPLE ROOM. '
THE FINEST
Of Liquors and Cigars, Cincinnati, St. Louis and
Milwaukee Beer Constantly on Hand. A
Reading Room in connection with
the late papers alw ays on file.
MIXED DRINKSA SPECIALTY
BIAIN ST., LIVINGSTON.
;
The Model Store of the "W
iSM tt
Wholesale and retail dealers in
Hardw<
jRfjO'
Nails
I
.!
PS
SCs
Iron, and Tools of ail description»
Tents, Paints, Oils and all
sizes of glass.
Builders Hardware
Shovels, Forks, and
MINING and CAMPIN(i\
Outfits complete. 5
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Tin Sheet-iron & Copper work j
i
A Specialty. 'jj
"A 1" Goods at Low Figures. ijj
Old Reliable ever on Deck.
Learn our Prices before Purchasing.
i«m psunenr b ve5 ! Wb t A «ra»r
8 m
h & Co.
GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE
PARK AND PALACE
B
s
ö 1 i
AND MINNESOTA ADDITION,
North of Machine Shops. Very desirable property for investment.
All wishing residence lots, come and investigate for yourselves
before purchasing elsewhere, and buy only first-class property. Be
sure and do not buy property which will separate you from the best
part of the town, and those who have examined the Park and Palace
Additions acknowledge them to be far superior to all for residences.
We have already sold lots to persons who will build immediately, and
in some instances bring their families. V r e aim to constantly keep
houses for sale and rent, thus to accommodate those who wish to go
to housekeeping in great haste and not Laving time to build. Yve are
selling houses very cheap, and wish those who anticipate buying
would carefully examine ours, and see for themselves we do not pre
varicate.
REFERENCES: A. 0. Slaughter, Banker, Chicago; C. Livingston
& Co., St. Paul; Citizens' Bank, Topeka, Kan.
WILLARD A.
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CO.,
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I have carried different Watches, Ameri
can and Foreign, for nearly 40 years, ami
for over 6 years the Rockford watch, which
runs on closer time and steadier than any I
ever used. Judge D. H. Bldloäö.
We have carried tlie Rockford watch for
about 6 years. It gives us the best of satis
faction; would not have anv other.
Beem Bros., R. R. Contractors.
FOB SALE BY
5
isprite
G. B.
km
Mggy Manufacturing Jeweler,
JLii
dYIKGSTOy,
THE BEST STOCK G
HARD
.AJSTTi) STOVES
In the City i« to be found at
G. T.ChambersîCo' 5
On Second Street. We carry in stock Shelf and Heavy Hardware, the
Celebrated
ACORN STOVES AND RANGES,
PLOWS, BARBED FENCE WIRE,
STAMPED AND PRICED TINWARE, ol ;Tfl^
SHOVELS, FORKS, AilNE^ u ,
. p a y SI* 1 '
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Revolvers and Cartridges. At! !size* of'
attention to Rooting and all kinds oi fin, Copper and "
and guar i • hi' action An experience ol twenty } «ara
" in the business warrants *s in saying that
we can suit you.
GEO. T. CHAMBERS & C°*

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