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V'OL NIO. 77. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1883. Price, Ten Cents lT daily enterprise. T ^«»bed-vorydny except Sunday. îfiHI & SENDET. : Publishers. "UVI^^TO^I.T.. SEPT, a, 1883 . jjEJIS OP SUBSCRIPTION. 1)V mail $12 00 7 00 5 00 s' y yi'i,. miiil — . Mont.-' M,, a cliP. h >' ,!ia ............. lf T0 CITY SUBSCRIBERS: ,. v prv morning..........Vk-te per Week. 5 ,irri'*V'"- .....................lOcte, ,o i Cop.' • . ju i'opi ( i or more. .............5cte each. ADVERTISING RATES: tU o(Iin2 advertisements, rates will be gDen y,liiati«n. 1 for one insertion only, fifteen •d X, For two or more insertions, ten Kîlïieeach. V i KN 1.L brothers, estate dealers. rrrePpon ilence solicited. Office on main street. 11 . ;rs T. < EPERE REAL ESTATE AGENCY, lots for sale. Lots in ltivcr Addition. Oülre over E. R. Dean k Co ston A SMITH, __ v T TORNEY AT L A W — Main Street,over Lawrence & Stuff's. j- r E A L e R O Y, attorneys at law. e:al estate agents and NOTARIES PUBLIC. Main Street, Smith's block. It D. ALTON, M. D., -SURGEON, N. P. R. R. Co. Ji W. GRANT, M. D., U. PUYCICUH USD SlTUGEON. Ail night and day calls promptly attended to. Office at the Postofflco. llOUX II. ELDER, LAW AND REAL ESTATE, Lift of Town and Farm property. Main Street, Livingston. jjrCHAXAN A SCHULTZ, ■ CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS, fin i 'ahmet Work and Undertaking a specialty. >rn promptly attended to. Plan-ami specification* for all kinds of lmild furnished on short notice. Give ns a call. Main sleet, Livingston. I 11. 1UDLONG, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Office on Main Street, KINGSTON, - - MONTANA. i OF LIVINGSTON, MONT. « "thnrlrcd Capital, "h Capital, $250,000 00 50,000 00 lia® BoigM ai Mon all parts of tbs World. ollections Made, •Cud all Hankin.; business promptly atti-nded to. OFFICERS: "'Huton . Pros. _ D. E. Fooartt, Vice Pré«. riiEit Wahi>, Cashier. v ) ^' Ts '' —M*Tcantil(* National Bank, t-f m;« atK>na ^ Rank of Illinois, Chicago; 1 Minnesota, st. a nk of Livingston. s TEBBIISIS, MUND & CO., 1 Tin iflton, Montan« Transacts a HANKING business. x Lan Allowed os TIME DEPOSITS. * Station* „ » 'Specialty. Correspond A. L. LOVE, Cash] r. . 00 00 00 each. ten to. CHICKORY! Gallatin County, M. T. Is sit'rated on the National Park Railroad, twenty-eight miles from Livingston and about the same distance from tie National Park. At this point the Northern Pacific Railroad company are building a Depot Section House, Jf at er- Tank , Etc ., and, m any other substantial improve * ments are going on. The town is indo sed by the railroad, company , who own ai one-half interest in the same, and wil l do a! I in their power to further its interests. The lands lying north and south are exceedingly fertile, and west cattle ranches arc numerous; cast are the celebrated Mill Creek, Ear grant Catch and Six Mile Mining Districts a fid in the place it : ;c //* thrifty energy and intelligence are to he found among its citizens. The YillardMining Co's claims adjoin the town on the east. The Gold and Silver hearing quartz m ines in Emigrant Gulch are very rich , as arc the Placer mines. Coalmines within one mile of the town <fre being rigorously worked; and Iron, Lime and Sami done abound. Before the town was platted, lumber wus on the ground for a number of buildings, and before i he tor rn was entirely surveyed buildifigs were in course of construction. THE TOWN IS YOUNG YET! And thereby affords opportunities for securing lots at low figures, and we feel confi dent that the constant .and increasing demand for the same will advance prices from twenty-five to fifty percent, within a short time. Full particulars, prices and plats will he furnished upon application to ? LISBON, Dakota. LIVINGSTON. Montana. E^LIVINGSTON OFFICE ON MAIN STREET..^ C. W. SavageSon, DEALERS IN sr'-u.rin.IölLlzi.g' G-oods, CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, Boots and Shoes, Etc. iVIain Street, - Livingston, IV1.T. 33 TTTT TTOTJIR. FANCY GROCERIE THE Peoples' Ca.six Q-xocexsr,, DONOVAN & Co. Main St. 'FICE DRUG STORE, Wright & Bartlett, Props., „ Dealers in % Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Books, Stationery, Eté. Prescriptions carefully compounded day and night. Main street, Livingston. |!^?"W. E. YOUNG, M. D., will be foundtot the P. O. Drug Store night and day. H. FRANK, Merchant Tailor. Suits made in the Latest Stylejand a Sure Fit always guaranteed. Also dealer in Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc. Livingston, Montana. to * THE PRESIDENTIAL PARTY. T TTTTTR ARRIVAL HT LIVINGSTON. of Trade, etc, The Citizens' Greeting through their Board | The citizens of Livingston have en joyed the opportunity of seeing a great many distinguished men during the past season, but none perhaps with seeming greater interest than those composing the presidential party which passed through here on Saturday. It had been generally understood that the train conveying them would not reach here until three or four o'clock p. m., and, consequently, there were not half the number at the depot, wiien it did arrive, about noon, that there would have been ljad it come when expected. Notwithstanding this a goodly crowd were fortunately at the depot when the train bearing the dis tinguished party came in and soon thereafter our courteous governor John Schuyler Crosby, made his ap pearance. and securing an introduction to Mr. A. B. Curry, president of the Livingston board of trade, immediately ushered him and a number of other members of the board into the presi dential car and introduced each of the gentlemen in their official capacity. Mr. Curry, though unexpectedly called into the presence, remembering that I he was representing Livingston, in a low r but distinct voice addressed the president, as nearly as we can recall, jig follows : I Mr. President : After assuring you of the personal gratification it affords me in thus meet ing you, permit me to extend to you, through their board of trade, the con- I gratulations of the citizens of Livings ton upon your safe arrival from your recent toilsçme trip, your continued health and the highlv satisfac good tory and very impartial manner in which you have discharged the duties of your important and responsible of fice, and while they regret that your limited time prevents you and your distinguished associates from accept ing the hospitalities of our young city, they desire me to express to yon their heart-felt wishes for a continuation of your good health and personal prosper ity. President Arthur, who seemed to eagerly catch every word of this brief address, very earnestly and feelingly replied : Mr. Curry : I appreciate your personal greetings and also the kindly expressed congra tulations of the citiz n; ot Livingston. Please return them my sincere thanks for their intended courtesies towards me and my associates, and express to them ray hopes for their future suc cess and prosperity, during our short stay here would be pleased to meet with as many of them as possible. You nor other good citizens must not think for a moment that our declining to be entertained was intended for a slight, as we, in our hurry, have been com pelled to decline invitations from a number of cities including a very pressing one from St. Paul. Again I thank you. After a short personal interview of an apparently cordial character be tween the two presidents, Mr. Curry then proceeded to introduce all of the citizens who availed themselves of the opportunity of meeting our chief ex ecutive, and did not cease until notified that the train was al out to leave. President Arthur is a 'dignified yet exceedingly affable gentleman, cordial without'affectation, genial without un due familiarity, select In the use of his w'ords in a running conversation, and while his stature and general appear ance distinguish him as a man of force, 1rs suavity of manners wins for him the kindest respect, and he is, in fact, an excellent representative of the people, over whom he has been called to preside as chief executive. We regret that Governor Crosby I hastened hbmeward so soon, in fact before but very few of our citizens | liad an opportunity of forming his acquaintance. We regret it twice, first I because we wanted him to see more Of , Livingston, and secondly it had been privately arranged to give Lima "little I twa blow out," as the Montana boys call it on his own account that evening, anti when he was seen going off on the western bound train, which left before the president's train and before the in* troduction of many of the citizens to | the president, it was thought he was only going up as far as Muir City and that he was coming back on the east ern bound train, but he continued west and missed a good time. Taken altogether Saturday was a very pleasant day to all parties con* cerned. The president and his party will have many a hand shaking before they reach home, but will have few warmer greetings than they had during their shoit stay in Livingston. The personnel of the party as it ar rived from the park was as follows: President Arthur, Robert Lincoln, secretary of war; Gen. Phil. Sheridan. Senator Geo. G. Vest, Governor John Schuyler Crosby, Gen. Anson Stager, of Chicago; Judge Rollins, of Wash ington; Col. Sheridan, a relative of the general, and Surgeon-Major Torwood. Senator Vest, who is a member of th« special Indian commission, went west ward to join Major Maginnis, also of the commission, atHelena and the two will then visit the Flathead and Piegan reservations. The others will hasten through to Chicago with all speed aDd thence disperse to the scenes of their respective duties. The members of the party were all in robust health and I a dded to the flush that marks good a Physical condition bore upon their ^ aces » toe indications arising from ex P osur ® to the free mountain air. Gen I Sheridan disclaimed the report ot being unwell. He had been slightly indisposed, he said, but was now fully recovered. They had found the long trip a little trying, but had expected I toat experience when they started and had fully enjoyed themselves. I ÆoTtJmngS.lfl papers of no value to any one save the sui - | Iwil lpaythe I $10 Reward, , From Livingston on tfco night of Sunday the fifth hind foot and scisors brand on taftehonldor I How Assessors Know Rich men. "There's a mighty rich man lives there," said the Assessor, pointing to an unpretentious house in a small lot, "one of the richest men in town, I reckon." "Who is he ?" asked the stranger. "Don't know his name," the Assessor replied. "What is he worth?" asked the stranger. "I don't know that either," replied the Assessor, "don't know anything about him ; he isn't in my district. But I know he is rich. Great Scott ! you ought to hear him swear at the Board of Equalization!" "And that's the way—?" queried the stranger. "I know he's rich," said the Assessor. "I've been Assessor nearly ten years, and I know how to pick out the rich men. They always grumble about the taxes, howl at the assessment, and plead poverty before the Board . Equalization .—Burling ton Haw keye. What He Got Had At. "Where's your son, Billy, now?" "He's away out in Colorado." "What's he doing?" "He's pursuing his avocation." "Ah! And how long has he been pursuing it?" "Oh, well nigh on to three years— ever since he went out there. " "So long as that? It's a great won der he hasn't caught it by this time." "Caught what?" "The avocation, of course." And then Bill's pap got mad at a little thing like that and walked away without saying another word.— Ken tucky State Journal. Prof. Cohn, Breslau, believes that slates lead to shortsightedness, and would substitute pen and ink, or an artificial white slate with black pencil. Black or white is proved by expert men to stand out clearly to the eye. The Zurich School Board forbids slates. They are noisy and invite dirty habits in erasure. A man's business seriously affects liis morals. If, for instance, a shoemaker takes unto himself two wives, and the legal question comes up as to which he shall support and which discard, is it not true that as a cobbler he should stick to the last? An Illinois school teacher offers pack ages of flower seeds as premiums on good behavior and scholarship. $10 Reward. ia Loston the streets yesterday, an account sum o! money and )ve reward for it* D. HopFacAX*. I twa to reward will be paldtor Jr-H. Euwum»«- Lh animate f (trlen, Ment.