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TABLE. 10:00 p. ni. 5:(X) a. in. 8:4'? p. in. H:15 a. in. P'! &:» P . ». .........10:85 p.m. * ... iVfirir " 1 M ......... F .«A : ... ' r niKi ■t).... i " •M i:t '.«■ lV .uni; vi-f ■ » :10 a. ni p. in. 8:45 a. m. OhO a. ii'. r^IICPAL PAHK iEEANCH. Tin«* I L':»' v:U> < on'-«rii<-1 ion Department. T TKlNS I TRAINS NORTH 10 I i\ imrston.; Ilils! in. j < Inn ory. Dhiieyg. .*• I 1'itx ( iiinal ar.' ! Ar. 5:15 p. m. 4:42 ji. in. 4 :G9 p. in. 3::25 p. ni. P:0S p. m. Do. 2:15 p. m. I-OOAL layout >•. c r r r the (W-c.-irt will take place at !:f |f h'L T ' ; lllis cveui, ' S ' U Maithicrscii is building a fire , f wni« lieuse; in the »ear of his on Main street. t.,. r Cmnpnav is still booming, «„otiina ' r * contemplate the aie < B r., r Iy a IIol,n " s foliot a large livery stable on ^ ti „ear the Enterprise office. ^ |(!>r c.b. 41(11 of Sheet music will lie :<!u-tioii ni . _ d (IIi W( „. at the Livingston Book Store. wife and family of J. T. Fitz of the Revere hotel, arrived The iicitri*'!' t Moiala) evening from Lecoinpton, Kan« 18 * Work hordes and wagons for sale at Met a !;' iU tl Co.'s livery stable. 1 0 „ Monday Col. Eldiidge found his • ; i„st pony up near Hopper's ranch, Âm- 1 -e she* had been taken up and was being well cared for. , „to M.'ittliii'sfon's three stores for fresh fruit „! v( „r,.(ah!cs of'ull kinds, confectionery and Jacjr groceries. y. L. Mintie of the Montana Lu in fer Comply is huilding a stairway on t!,*.outside of his house to connect uitii the second story. jiinoami hair always on hand at tbo Montaua L.iiiber Company. Judge Matheson and Walter Mathe sol i, the Billings newspaper men, came ,l 0 ,vn from Emigrant yesterday and rill go home to-day. CIimcp oats for sale by Metcalf and Co. in qaantitios to suit purcliasers. The depot at Chickory is being erected as rapidly as possible. It is a commodious and handsome building awl an addition to the town. fall at the Livingston Book Store, lower Sam street for fancy stationery. 1\ Mercer has bought an interest in Jacobs' saloon, building and business, , lately moved to a location on Main |mt, adjoining the postoffice. The h.'?t canned fruits and sauces at Mrs. Lj-ons' [Jur (jrocery. Mrs. Saxton, wife of Dr. C. P. Sax on, lias present charge of the tele jra;li office at Chickory, and will probably receive a permanent appoint ment to the position. She is an ex pert operator. Our own native lumber 1« now coming from fiornix ami is-if a superior quality. Call and see us kiur« buying. Three children in one family have Ü«] in Chickory during the past week of that dread disease diphtlieiia. It not believed that the infection will spread beyond the family already afflicted, and in that house it is hoped there will be no more fatalities. Kiir vour fishing tackle at the Livingston wk Store lower Main strest. George E. ' Hitchcock ani A. D. Pomeroy of Helena and Ed. Andersou mdJudge Seward of Livingston have •dely purchased residence lots of liHiik Bush and will immediately,be ^tbo erection of buildings upon diem. l-brçchel & Bro., hare just received a '^diipmeiit o! line custom made clothing 'We anything made by any merchant ...ii tit» style and quality. Be sure and J- ««them UTore sendiimr cast f scndiiug east for your A gentleman from Billings informs ,ls that Alex. Devine, editor of the ,u, y Herald, will leave for the east 1,1 a ,evv «toys and it is currently sur* 15e, t that upon his return a lady will J "mpany him to share his name and fortunes through life. Æ^tterin Livingston is kept and Mm; will]I n •■D' 1,s ' t,ie Clark street grocer. l Hi large or small quantities. t.^. lof ' Cowart Blaickie,of Edinburgh i^-uisity, accompanied hv his wif - ompanied by his wif # ! ?; in K ll »« National Park. He H, ' n greatly interested by what ^Hheadvseen of the Yellow vi * ( ' >ot,i f,0,n ' l scientific point of r d Wau' * IOm a ^ over »atu y 4 Th l î^fim Pum, J ,<1 r is begi ring to fade, or »inter i. m,,,,i <l*'r o'a heating stove ^tectivu ' reuce ^ Stuff have a fine & to in thfjQoi a f lerul s l )ri, 'g somewhere m Wd fors If ', h8 80,11,1 Livingston the U* * ,,CJ * seem identical with foyrov« Ul U . is ° f commerce is likely j Vnlu Hble property to ils . Kre W>uer and Frye 4 T8 of so in of of ry of to ni. in. in. in. ». p.m. ... ni in. m. ii'. m. in. in. ni. m. m. Leroy. They have already received several tempting offers for the owner ship of the property. id in LiviniÄw^ke^ÄtVk man to any of hi« three etorea tL ° f tU ^ m - 1x0 It was at B lie a surprise to all present yes-, terday afternoon when forty-four members of the Masonic order assem-1 bled to perform the last rites for .. deceased brother. A few of them were visiting brethren, but fully thirty-five were residents of UviJ.I* ston. It seems somewhat strange that ! the members of the ancient order in the town,being so strong numerically, do not move for the organization of a lodge. ti< ke » b dî l, " ht and sold at the Brewerv Headquarters. P. t tannery. The company that owns tne Hot Springs at Emigrant Gulch will aid in the construction of a bridge across the Yellowstone at Chickory, with other resources for this purpose in sight it is hoped that a free bridge can he con structed. If so travel between the railroad town and the mining districts on tiie other side of the river would he greatly facilitated and both sides of the river benefited. Lawrence k Stuft' are daily receiving their winter supply of heating stoves. The members of the associated press excursion party have presented G. K. Barnes of the Northern Pacific with a diamond shirt stud as a testimonial of his kindness and attention to the party while on the trip. This is a terrible innovation upon time-honored news paper traditions. When an editor gets so that he thinks printers' ink will not pay for anything from a rail road pass to a peck of new potatoes lie seriously threatens the independence of the press. For a fine quality of tea, or good, pure coffee, £0 to the Star grocery »tore on Clark etreet. Mrs. Lyons. The formation at the Emigrant Gulch Hot Springs, owned by Walter Matheson of Billings, and a number cf other gentlemen, is pronounced by Professor Phelps of Minnesota, to be the extinct crater of a geyser, which formerly poured forth its boiling tor rents of water. The geyser is a for mation of soda and limestone, in the immediate vicinity of the spot where the warm water now flows,and present every appearance to the scientific eye of the strong probability of Professsor Phelps' theory. What are the wild ^ind* saying—only tha* winter will soon lie here, and that Lawrence & Stuff have received a large invoice of heat ing stoves Fishing in the upper Yellowstone is good from the reports which reaches us from time to time. The last fish erman to report was Judge Matheson of Billings, who called into our office this afternoon from a fishing excursion to Chickory. He produced a trout, weighing over six ounces, which con stituted his catch for the trip. The fiish will be embalmed and will be presented to the Montana Histori cal Society, together with th e item, which appears here, and wi.llnveja tendency to disprove the assertion that in 1883 fishermen atid tneir chroniclers displayed a tendency to exaggeration. Mulkern & Sherman of the Metropolitan bar, compound the best cocktail in Livings ton. The Northern Pacific expected to •start the first through train from St. Paul yesterday. Hitherto passengers have been transferred at Helena, and they had no assurance as to the length of time it would take to make the trip. A party who arrived in Liv ingston from Portland a few days ago had been lufld back between Helena and .Missoula by the Villard trains for so long a time that they suffered for lack of food before being allowed to proceed. This will all be changed as soon as trains begin following sched ule time, and the run will be made between the two termini of the road in four days. Fine Gallatin valley potatoes wholesale and retail at Donovan's. Our thanks are due Messrs. Ivopp & Potter for a set of stereoscopic views of scenery at the depot, taken at the time of the Villard celebration; also a number of views from different points of Rocky canyon. They all indicate the highest style of photographic art, and are meeting with such au active sale that the whole force of the galle ry are kept constantly employed issu ing the pictures to supply orders, which come, not merely from lilt people of Livingston, but from those of the excursionists who knew of the views being taken. Those who wish to obtain these beautiful souvenirs of the celebration should leave orders as early as possible. their N. C. Mattliiespon hrs just received a heavy con sign nient of California "rapes, pears, louons, oranges, apule*. c-iery, torn tto^s,cucumbers, fresh cg^s'an ; i:.i!ift»rj;ia honey in the comb. We are in termed that A. Hamilton ce niai Mackenzie, the genial capitalist of Emigrant Gulch, has located two min eral leads oil Seven Mile creek which are said to exc el the many rich leads I ï r <'ver!>ia!iy h '; istrlct - C,,L ! jI:lek '" ,,lîi8 I'r«»| to form a joint I S ,0<,i t0 " !| ' a,:> ' i!1 ' d ,,Ut ' e t!,e 'hare* i 01 ' U,<? ,,iarket ri,e iei«>rt 0 r " r ' ,n a " tk-a - ! V.?"'? " ! lhe golden treasures which will he wrested from its rocky depths. With two.such insignificant properties on hishanrls, C<d. Maekenzieallhough a proverbial hard worker and rustler will have'euôugh to do. We are pleased to note surli evidences of the magnifi cent mineral resources in the, imme diate neighborhood of Livingston, which assist to build up our vigorous and progressive city. Go to Ihr Metropolitan bar for a cord cock tail or anything in the way ol drinks or cigars. The story comes from Billings that the firm of Marks & Soule have failed with heavy liabilities. Though we cannot state this positively, there seems every reason to believe it cor rect. Marks & Soule came to Billings from Pontiac, Illinois, in August, 1882, and began a general merchandise business and built up a very large trade, chiefly with stockmen and ranchmen in the surrmmdii g country. They always carried a very large and carefully assorted stock that seemed very popular with the buying public. But now comes the story of their fi nancial wreck, with behind it the ex planation of "too much credit." In their eagerness to do a large trade it seems they had trusted to such an ex tent that debts due them to the amount of 815,000 appear on their books. They began business on a comparatively small capital, part of which was borrowed, and. conse quently were always pressed more or less by creditors, and by allowtng their goods to pass from the store without cash, were finally involved in insol vency. I I Those heating stoves of Lawrence <S c Stuffs are daisies. Cali and see them. For Sale. A span of horses with new harness and. wagon, tent, wagon cover etc , at white house S. E. of freight depot, Livingston, by O. E Morse. Notice. The undersigned being about to close busi ness in Livingston requests of the public— First—All parties who may have claims against us are requested to call and g'vc us a chance to settle before closing our books. 2nd. Parties owein g ns are requested to cal! and pay up their accounts. 3rd. Parties holding our checks are re quested to present them to the bank for pay ment. Respectfully F. G. \V in ston k Co For Keni. A ho ise at the lower end of Main sfreot two stories high containing eight rooms and finished in the liest style throughout. Ap ply at the Post-Office to F. W. Weight. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all partie? who give dances at which liquors, wines or cigars are sold that they must pay a license of Ten Dollars. for each dance so given or they will he prosecuted to the full extent of the raw. Such license must be paid in advance, before the dance commences, to tne undersigned at his (»dice in Livingston, 31. T. GEORGE Y r . METCALF, Gallatin Deputy Treasurer and Collector for county, 31. T. A ft; J. *5 i* tc CD a «0 o3 J. any Buiko con of LUMÊER1LUMBER! - a I would respectfully announce that after a successful trade for tho past thieo mouths, that I am STILL IN THE FIELD, And with my increased facilities am prepared to furnish Lumber at Whole sale or Bétail, at prices that cannot he beat in the Yellowstone Valley. I carry as complete a stock of ^ EASTERN LUMBER, SASH, MOULDINGS, DOORS, BLINDS, BUILDING PAPER, As can be found in the town of Livingston. I can furnish anything in the Native Lumber line promptly. My motto is: "Live and Let Live." Be sure and call on me before buying and I will do you good. O-O TT O-3=ï IT O-ÇT For Sale. A saw-mill located ten miles from Liv ingston; also, Teams, Oxen, Yokes, Chains; a large quantity of native lum ber in Livingston. R. B. Emerson, at Burr & Park's, will measure the lumber. Terms, cash, or good security. Address, JAMES ENNIS & CO.. Postoffice Box 2, Livingston. ES Merchant Tailor. Suits made in the Latest Style, ar.d a Sure Fit always guaranteed. Also dealer in Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc. Livingston, ... • Montana. I ourists Look Here. WH El 3ST "STOTT 'VISIT » The National Park, Stop at the POST-OFFICE STORE, GARDINER, MONTANA, for your Blankets, Groceries, Provisions and Everything you want. IT. ./A. Bell. BOSTOIT Boot & Shoe Store ! A Good Calf Boot for $2.50. Ladies' Shoes from $1 Upw'ds. We have also in stock, a select line of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. TacMs, Sportifii Boots and Shoes PVIade to order. Repairing Neatly Done* Oa.ll and see ms. C- S. Toners ds Co. Mail! Si., Opposite Sie M, Livingston, Montana. FOR FIRST-CLASS JOB PRINTING CATL AT THIS OFFICE. J. Schreiner & Sons WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS! Carry a hewier juvLraoyecarqjully selected stock of Wine*, Liquors and Cigars than any firm in'Eastern Muu anu, consisting of Domestic and Imported \Yines, Whiskies and HulUnd Gin, every d-sscripdou of Bitters, Ale ami Porter, Mii Brandies, Jamaica Hum, .. .. . ....... . . ... _. . waükee, St. Louis und Chicago Beor. They are also agents for the J M. Br uns wick and Buiko Billiard aiid Pool Tables. f Main Street, Montana.