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0$ OAV *Î TIME TABLE. iv K. .„-I 10:2^ p. pi. ... 5:00 a. ni. ... 8= p. m. ... H:ir> a. m. ... 5:lôp. m. ,.. 10:35 p. m. li. ni'' i,L'lM-t'..... <X M'C.-tl...... ■r «itl'....... ...... 5:10 a. ;n. ...... 0:1" p. in. .....s :ar> a. m. ..... 10 :<0 a. ii . piffS t BRANCH. ____ ,»i»slruction D<*partment. .t\TK>N s TRAINS NOIiTII ________ —--*----- J ivinç.-î >n. Ar. 5:15 p. m. !>: -1 î ;s. « : ic! orr. 4 . a- y. 1*1. 4 :0V p. m. I»aib •j .'yj p . iii. > : vz 1?:0S p. m. cLuuhar. Do.~: j 5 j). in. VOCAL LAYOUT on jaunis left Dst evening ]. ( . r hu.Aawl, in Gallatin efVrt /r rff-l.frt nnisir be (j.,. I.ivin^!'ai Look Store. :)i ovsters is at liand, llf 1 Tf «•j.jte is on hand with a for sale ut Met .■A jiwry subie. ; .,j t (Mj-eanie in from the east l'ilôt car-loa 1 of rortlaml." tn York to wells. Apply at this i J.elder Company . will spécial ses. ion—at 8:30 ' i;v cilice of Frye & Le in me n ! ; u jest received «. heavy con r >.*• I : \ ur.-Mn-s. i-i-ars. Union«, \. m bars, fresh ;j;i lioijcj ill lliC COlIll). , is about to transfer his t im-inesR from Hadden's 'lark street, to a 1 mat ion •U .Vein J ebne :vtlnng in Ike r for a pood cock iv o! drinks or Kidier lias finally closed his |fjj5(*of ihielianan's building on and is now tilting it up ■ r smnnipr is begb'ing to fade, relit V rH. linder of u beating stove Lawrence À Stuff have a line ; Maguiro Juts telegraphed to Wetzstein's hall for September bd, -fkli and 27th, probably Itodifferent companies. -'• r Iblii'w tackle at the Livingston ■•■rrloivt-rMain street. B.furry will leave this morning ubitiess trip to Miles City, and rd go to St. Paul. He will re— limiliout two weeks. |d lisir always on hau cl at the Montana ::pai»v. irqwrt routes from Gardiner Sunday evening a resident of iwtiaccidentally shot his wife. «t the name nor any other par ■irswere obtained. |no; nativ* lumber Is now comimr from l a superior quality. Cull au<l see us ïlit.nf the Milps City Journal. "■aing for bis winter household Hr wants farmers to bring fplfs of fruit and vegetables to i! 'td in that paper. w* for sale by Metcalf aud Co. in - to suit purchasers. ^ ^vage, of C. W. Savage & Jldt yesterday for a visit of a h}*to Miles City, leaving Ch.;s. f •"'Uperintciid the unpacking of :11V ll0Xts of goods just received firm. ■ li«' I/VMip^ton Hook Store, lower ..... . ;0r kiticy stationery. I'obinson, a la other of the pro r" 1 llle s tar laundry, on Clark at his brother 4 « house on • ni ^d. Ilis death resulted " "-J trouble brought about by & hro., have just, received a 0 ' kne rust mu made clothing I r t hy any merchant nl ■'•mV "'"''Lniality. he sure and *' ,ore s '-ti<liii!g east for your w iV ly the ing lar be ami fancy M. Butler is in Uvin 5«t'iu Din ^ £ Butler, of > town delivering rectory gotten up is a neat little h;:i! ."vei't y .five pages, and will 'ihihubi,, adjunct to every Ç ofi >ce hi the town. k ,la *' Um *' c ' r Company is still ' senior member of the Lv f Jia ^ Brother, arrived Liiii n' 11 ^'"«stoii, and will Lq, lS A c ' ty loi ' d few days li<! ° r '^lively ,.i * B.uly Journal. ,, M . f () . # -f, '• a!| 'l M»u i= î. :s °*. h11 ki, ulß, anrl (■ f ! ,a uf. 1 'iT°. , ' Y t,l .° on b' man ^roeatcr.jj ' 'of them. Go t 't. \ Y a telegram f-^-uV mu,,t tf Sn »iti:, Ilagv i . , child, a boy L ' I? 1 at '; ioux City, ^autb'i children Mrs. Wm. and and Rath rived tion lie fine Some into from tana and to l pice, bacon, and joyed hanker came and were naw, ing and the ory fine a tiip few Park, hunting go to The ingston, needed, kyol.it from whom and opening ing, He obem'st. p. pi. a. ni. p. m. a. m. m. p. m. a. ;n. p. in. a. m. a. ii . NOIiTII p. m. y. 1*1. p. m. p . iii. p. m. j). in. Truly evening be Store. liand, a Met east of have lived ever since the death of then-mother. The bereaved lather n ';. 1 "^mediately by Ule trjlil| f t- ioiix Oit>, hoping t( , reach Uiere |n tune lor the funeral. Smith is sorely afflicted IL E. Burch has begun excavations for las two-story brick building on Mam street, adjoining that in course of election by E. R. Dean & Co. Mr Burch, beside investing his money in Livingston, has brought his family with him and will make the town his future home. a JdSÜ!fa^^?iiir rcn " * Stu& We know now why those "Red wer« sent out with the Pacific invitations. They were temperance badges and President Vi Hard never opened a bottle of wine lor a person who displayed one. Rev eral were removed before night.—New North-West. Ribbons" Northern this will 8:30 Le con fresh his ion or his on up line to re— What are the wild winds saying—only tha f w inter will soon be here, and * that Lawrence iV Stuff have received a large invoice ol heat ing stoves. Judge Shipman and wife, of Cold water, Michigan came down from the Park last evening. Owing to lack of time they went no farther than Mam moth Hot Springs, but found enough there te interest them . They say that the springs, the hotel and the prices are all on a mammoth scale and equal ly wonderful to the average visitor. Melkern & Sherman of the Metropolitan bar, compound the best cocktail in Livings ton. V . H. Frye returned last evening from a visit to the mineral springs in the mountains south of town owned by him and his associates. He brought a quantity of the water with him and ye scribe had an opportunity of examin ing it. It is a clear, sparkling liquid, with a strong tendency to efferves cence and a very pleasant taste, simi lar to that of appollinaris. It will not be surpiising if it becomes a famous article of commerce. Go to Matth iessen'e throe stores for fresh fruit ami vegetables of'all kinds, confectionery and fancy groceries. And. Holes and wife. Moohead; J. M. Allen and is as of the hav vrai a wife. La Porte, Ind.; Mrs. R. A. Miller. Webster City, lo.; Wm. II. Allen, Helena; F. J. Buck bout, Saginaw; W. J. Lawrence, wife and son, Kalamazoo; Miss Fannie A Chapin. Kalamazoo; G. B. Schooley and wife, Cleveland; Prof. G. Von Rath and wife, Barne, Germany, were among the arrivals at the Brunswick yesterday. and ness name by o' At cotton ness against chance call meut. of us to a The emigration department of the Northern Pacific road is making a col lection of ores and minerals from the various Montana mines. A large number of specimens have already ar rived at the office in St. Paul. A por tion will Vie sent for exhibition at the Cincinnati exposition, a portion will lie sent to Boston exposition, and a fine lot kept in tiie emigration office. Some remarkably fine specimens of petrified wood have found their way into the collection. Maurice Roth, a commercial traveler from Chicago, well known in the Mon tana circuit', accompanied W. II. Frye and G. W. Potter upon their excursion to the Appolinaris spring. He expe l ienced all the delights of riding a la eayuse, climbing over a six-mile preci pice, wadmg mountain streams and subsisting on dry crackers and raw bacon, proportioned according to taste, and sauced with cold w ater. He en joyed the trip first-rate, but doesn't hanker for a similar one just now. The private car "City of Saginaw" came down the Park branch yesterday and went eastward. Its occupants were about t wenty gentlemen of Sagi naw, Michigan, members of the hunt ing club of that city. As sportsmen and sight-seers they came to „this country, and were fully rewarded for the trip in both capacities. At Chic ory they stopped a few days aud had fine trout fishing and grouse and duck shooting, and some of the party made a tiip into the mountains and killed a few deer. They then visited the Park, am] afterward had some more hunting and fishing. From here they go to Dakota to kill prairie chickens. The latest institution promised Liv ingston, and one that Las been long needed, is an assay office. P. Lilliens kyol.it on Sunday evening came down from Cooke City with Major Pease, whom he lias known for some years, and is now making arrangements lor opening an assay office in Imo s build ing, opposite the Enterprise office. He is, ive are assured, a thoroughly competent assiyer and analytical obem'st. having followed the business of lather f |n on Mr in his the f the of a in the mining districts of Nevada and Arizona for some time. past. He will probably not be ready for business until about three weeks from now, but after that time there will be na need to send to Helena or Butte to obtain an assay, as has hitherto been neces sary. We are informed by Frank Bush that he has forwarded to the Northern Pacific authorities the resignation of his present position as their land agent at Livingston, and will shortly leave for White Sulphur Springs, there to assume the general snperintendeiicy of the whole property owned by the Springs syndicate. No one in Living ston will fail to join witn us in a sent - ment of deepest regret that Mr. Bush is about to leave the town, but as lie finds it to his advantage to make the change, "White Sulphur Springs will gain an excellent citizen and his em® ployers a most thorough and efficient business manager, Mrs. Bush will he as greatly missed in the social circles of Livingston as will her husband from the ranks of our best and most enter prising business men Taken Up. Hv the undersigned, on the l r tli ins!., in the Yellowstone v.-ilicy aboveLivingston, five horses marked as foilows: One'hav horse branded With heart on right shoulder: i hav horse, branded 11 on left tlhgh; one bay without brand; 1 bay horse, about three vrai s old, with large star in forehead, no brand; i yearling ally with blazed face, no brand. The first three an finals have the ap pearance of being work horses. One carried a saddle made by A J. Davidson, Helena Address DABNEY BROS., or < >. T. Aumstong, Livingston, Mont. I A fine team office. For Sale. of mules. Enquire thl Notice of Dissolution. _ » Noti™ is hereby given, that Peter Robison and S. \V . Atderson, heretofore doing busi ness in Livingston, M. _T.. under tlie firm name <u Robison A Co., is fids dav dissolved by mutiru consent. S. W. A Pierson con tinues the business' and will pay u!l bills and collect all dues outstanding againsts&id linn o' Robison & Co. Livingston, M. T., Set A. 15,18S3. P. C. ROBISON. S. w. ADD EPSON. Wanted, At this offico, ten cords of dry pine or drv cotton wood. Notice. The undr-rsigned being about to close busi ness in Livingston requests of the public— First—All parties who may have claim-' against us are requested to call and g'vc us a chance to settle before closing our books. •2nd- Parties owed; g us are requested call and pay up their accounts. 3rd. Parties holding our checks are rf quested to present them to the bank for pay meut. Respectfully F. G. Wixstox & Co. to For Kent. A ho ise at the iower end of Main* street two stories high containing eight-rooms and finished in the best style throughout-. Ap ply at the Post-Office to F. W. Wright. JJ bE w A It D, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Office on Callender St., between Main and 2d Street.*, Livingston. M. T. New Barber Shop, N. IMO, Pt'op. "B" St. opposite office of Daily Enterprise. Elegant BATH ROOMS In connection. Everything neat and nice. h o o 0 U £ H § L a fszssa r. h i r h CO lit 0 iS I h and will but need of to of the - lie the em® he LUMBER1LUMBER! in i Lwould respectfully announce that after a successful trade fc>r the past three months, that I am STILL IN THE FIELD, And with my increased facilities am prepared to furnish Lumber at Whole sale or Retail, at prices that cannot be beat in the Yellowstone Valley. I carry as complete a stock of EASTERN LUMBER, SASH, MOULDINGS, DOORS, BLINDS, BUILDING PAPERS As can be found in the town of Livingston. I can furnish anything in the Native Lumber line promptly. My motto is: "Live aud Let Live." Be suie and call on rue before buying and I will do you good. öyOQSCj UtÄiläElj M 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. _ ß. Emerson, at Burr & Park's, will measure the lumber* » orms, cash, or good security. Address, JAMES ENNIS & CO.. Postoffice Box 2, Livingston. E33SEZ esgssa m&izs EaaassD BEZSSa STeili: H a vuygg ^a.,sa xg azmis æfM o H nsi ail Suits made in the Latest Style, and a Sure Fit always guaranteed. Also dealer in Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc. Livingston, Montana. Look Here. W I'l JEù YOU VISIT The Hational Park, Slop at the POST-OFFICE STORE, GARDINER, MONTANA, for your Blankets, Groceries, Provisions and Everything you want. JL. 11 . 001. 30ST01T 3 Store ! Ä Good Calf Boot for $2.50. Ladies' Shees from $1 Upw'ds. We have also in stock, ?. select line of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. Fire Am,5, Ammunition, Fislii Ms, and Snortii Goods, Boots and Shoes IVüade to order. Repairing Weatiy Done, Oa.ll a.3nd see ms. C- S- ToTxrers ds Co. Main 8L, Opposite tie Bant, Livingston, Montana. FOR FIRST-CLASS JOB PRINTING CALL AT THIS OFFICE. 1 Schreiner & Sons WHOLES A T ,TP. Dinars than hiskie? and g or ijqmestjc ana luiportwl Wines, Whiskies and every dàseripdaa of Biitee», Ale and Porter, Mil-. They are also agente for the J U Lruuswick aud vraukec, St. Louis and Chicago Beor. Baike Billiard and Pool Tables. Main Street, Livingston, Montana.