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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE.
Published overy day except Sunday. TOIGHT & HENDBY, : PubHshers. LIVINGSTON, M. T., AUGUST 30,1833. Tlie New Time-Table, 3?hC ôetv ^Ortlïèlh Pacific time-table for all divisions and branches east of Helena has been received and will take effect at each divisional terminus at Ö a. m., on Sunday, September 2nd. Its provisions apply to 1,648 miles of road, being the following divisions: Wis consin, East Minnesota, St. Paul, West Minnesota, Little Falls branch, Black Hills branch, Dakota division, Fargo & Southwestern branch, James town & Northern branch, Missouri, Yellowstone, Montana, and National Park branch. Another schedule, ap plying west of Helena, and taking effect at the same time, covers nearly 2,000 miles of road. Under the new schedule the west bound passenger train will arrive at Livingston at 10:20 in the evening and depart fifteen minutes later, and the east-bound train will arrive at 5 o'clock in the morning and remain ten min utes. The card applying to the Park branch will not take effect until that road is turned over to the operating department, about September 15tli. There will then be only one train (an accommodation) each way daily. It will leave Livingston at 8:30 a. m. and return at 5:15 in the evening. The operating officers of the Park branch will be the same as those of the Mon tana division, namely; S. R. Ainslie, superintendent; F. L. Richmond, as sistant superintendent, and G. A. Loasby, chief train dispatcher. The two latter have offices in Livingston. Postal Notes. On an after Monday Sept. 3d every money order office in the United States will be ready to issue and cash the new postal notes authorized at last session of congress. Postmaster Wright of the Livingston office has re ceived a supply of the •> notes. They are handsomely engraved in brown on the front and green on the back and are about the size of a bank note though slightly different in shape. Both sides bear lettering embodying directions to the holder and the front will bear the signature of the Postmas ter by whom it is issued. There are also along the margin, columns of months years and ligures which will be punched out by the postmaster to designate the date of issue and the amount for which they are good. They will be issued for any snm less than 85 upon payment of a fee of three cents. The notes will be cash ed at any money order office within three months from the last day of the month in which they were issued. After the expiration of that time, they will be redeemed only by the su perintendent of the money order sys tem at Washington. They are trans ferrable among.private holders with out signature or endorsement but must be signed when cashed at the post-of fice or if signed before presentation for payment, must be endorsed in the presence of the postmaster. If a post al note is lost there is no resourse for the loser and in this way they are no safer for transportion by mail than un registered bank notes. From their cheapness and conven ient form these notes will doubtless be extensively used by persons desiring to transmit small sums by letter as they will obviate the expense of buy ing bank drafts or money orders or of resorting to the awkward necessity of enclosing coins, 'or postage stamps. They are not as safe as drafts or or ders but less expensive and as handy as a bank note. MONTANA NEWS. The proceedings in the court-martial case of Col. Ilges have been referred by the judge advocate general to Adjt. Gen. Drum. The court found him guilty and recommended his dismissal. The papers will remain on Gen. Drum's desk until the return of the secretary of war. The verdict of the president and the secretary, as it is well known that both are anxious to adopt stringent measures to prevent the duplication of pay accounts by ar my officers. Three Young men from the country .came to Bozeman on Thursday last and hitched their horses near the cen ter of the town. They started to go home about 9 o'clock p. m., and found that their horses were gone. They, of Ö Its at It immediately started in search of the animals, which one of the party over took one mile from town. The pur suer yelled to the thief to stop and on receiving no reply fired at him. The thief then dismounted and escaped, tue pursuer firing four shots at his re* treat mg foïiil. The hofâêS Were re covered, but the saddles, more valua ble than the animals, «are still missing. Several Bozeman Chinnamen are anxious to learn the English language. A. K. Yerkes associate editor of the Bozeman Chronicle has with his brother, purchased 400 acres of Gallatin valley land. Since reaching Montana, McCammon & Créé have lost 46 head of sheep from poisonous weeds. The sheep be come crazy, leave the band and run headlong into the water. A female beggar of Helena changed into bank one day 830. That speaks very well for the charity of Helena ites. W. P. Baker, an old resident of Bed ford, is dead. John S. Harrington was killed by lightning about noon on Tuesday, at Holmes' Gulch, four miles east of Helena. Some renegade Indians made their appearance at Flathead agency last week and began to behave badly, defy ing anybody to make them leave. Major Ronan immediately telegraphed to Fort Missoula for troops, on hear ing of which the bad Indians left; TELEGRAPH NOTES. The South Brooklyn Oil Company's works in New York exploded on Mon day and were burned, involving a loss of 860,000. Two youiig men of Vandalia, Ills., had an old grudge which they settled on the 27th by a formal duel, in which both were killed. A furious hail storm on Monday de stroyed 815,000 worth of crops near Sterling, Ills., and the entire tobacco crop of Rock county. Wis„ valued at 8100,000. One principal in an Indianapolis lawsuit killed his opponent immedi ately after leaving court, wounded another man by an accidental shot and then killed himself. There are now 4S,049 post-offices in the United States, of which number, 2,176 are presidential offices, and 6,272 money order offices. Since the year 1876 the number of post-offices have been mcreaed 40 per cent. PIONEER Harness Shop, Main Street, Opposite Bank. Wholesale and retail dealer and manufac turer of HARNESS, SADDLES. Riding Saddles. Side Saddles. Pistols. Hol sters, Horse Collars, Spanish Bits, Riding Bridies and Mexican Spurs. California Saddles A specialty. Round and Flat Bridle Fillings. Ivory and Horn Martingale Rings, etc. Repairing Done on Short Notice. COWBOY OUTFITS A SPECIALTY. ERNEST GOETTLICH, Proprietor. J 302 ST - TON RESTAURANT. MBS. GEO. MAGEE, - Proprietress. SECOND STREET, IMGSTOH, - - MONTAKA OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Dining Boom Neat and Inviting. The Table is well supplied with all the delicacies of the Season., O FFICE OF "THE STAG." The Finest Whiskey in the Country. Everything on Ice. Main Street, - - Livingston, Montana. T. II. MAYO'S mm dut partim i uiï Oüiimii 1 MlLuilü Main Street, opposite Pqstolïiee, Are the MostElegantîy Furnished in the West. Noua But Exprî Worten Employs^ LITFinest stock of Barber supplies in Montana. I HEALTH OFFICE BR. TIPPIE, Proprietor. GARDINER TAT Mo T. Keeps the Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars in the City. When Going to tlie Park GIVE HIM A CALL. «T. 3L«. IS, PIIOPEIETOTl OF THE " B R U N BUCK" SAMPLE ROOM. THE FINEST Of Liquors and C'igais, Cincinnati, St. Louis and Milwaukee Boor Constantly on Hand. A Heading Keom in connection with the late papers always on file. MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY MAIN ST, LIVINGSTON. oyst: Tl A NT, MAIS STBEET, LiyilT&STOIf, K. T. Meals at ah Hours The Table is Supplied with the Best the Marbt Affords. LIBERAL TERMS TO WEEKLY GUESTS THIBADEAU & BUM. Mors. TR I- WEEKLY STAGE Big -FROM Timber- to Martinsclase. Leaves Big Timber (Dornîx) TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, connecting at Martin-dale with stages to White Sulphur Springs, Fort Benton, Barker Mines, Mussel shell and Judith Basin Countries Sf^P'Gfood stock and accommodations eu route. GEORGE M. HATCH, Proprietor. Proprietor. HOPPMAN & Co. Eeep on sale all the latest Daily, Weekly & Monthly Papers, CHROMOS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Also Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Confectionery of every variety, and Fishing Tackle. Main Street, Livingston. BILLIARD PARLOR AND SAMPLE ROMP * Opposite the Depot. U The Eest of Wines, Lienors and Cigars. Finest Amusement Eesort in Town. Oa.ll See XT s. BANK EXCHANGE! Higgins & Hanley, PROPRIETORS. Saloon, Billiard and Pool Parlor FINE MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY. Choice Wines, Liquors Sc Cigars. PARK STREET, LIVINGSTON. V. % The Model Store of the We st w ä I«* ft O PS » £ ■«H «"1 a ft ft "H Où ÖS O pH W. EH H O CO rH o gH Ifi oc 3Q o o ft R ft -ft ft <s> * ft *0 ft a rfs ft -to o -Ki s o ft ft Ps eft •ft & 75 flT * 'I inhnnpk ÿ, mm Ü lilitià ___ lUh Wholesale and retail dealers in Hardware « Stoves, |j Nails, Iron, and Tools of all descriptions Tents, Paints, Cils and all a sizes o! glass. . Builders' Hardware; !» Shovels, Forks, and jjj MINING and CAMPING j I Outfits complete. 'S, isi s V S ft* 0 0, & to » ai a & m Sheet-iron & Copper work-jj A Specialty. j| ! i "A 1" Goods at Low Figures fti s s. <N| 7k o V G ft, Co Hj N 8 o 8 to Old Reliable eve Learn our Prices before Purchasing. i eeii. ■ n rMan. 1 «; ttvrtsarzf& M f isre x a naBwiwwiKMiv««ois v „ m A ' €t s-vi " 4- U J?. fs 11 Ci /*%c à É i I ill y GENERAL AGENTS FOR TEE PARK AND PALACE fl 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. We 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. AVe are selling houses very-cheap, and wish tiiose who anticipate buying would carefully examine ours, and see for themselves we do not pre varicate. REFEKEN0ES : A. O. Slaughter, Banker, Chicago; C. Livingston & Co., St. Paul; Citizens' Bank, Topeka, Kan. WILLARD A. SMITH & CO., Katch. V H-îîW BAIL BOWS WATCH vÿS» 1 G. B. Ni bloc!' IVlanufacturing ur -ANI)— ■Mmßm ÉM Repair ing! LIVINGSTON, M. *• p'limmuw m THE BEST STOCK OF HARDWA -A. 3 STD STOVES In the City is to be found at G. T.ChamberSiCo On Second Street. We carry in stock Shelf and Heavy Hardware, tlie Celtlft ACORN STOVES AND RANGES PLOWS, BARBED FENCE WIRE STAMPED AND PRICED TINWARE- ., o 0flî SHOVELS, FORKS, MIKER5 v *, ■ ot tU'Uuil All 65 in the business warrants us in saying that we can suit you. GEO. T. CHAMBERS & c0 '