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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE.
Published every day except Sunday. HEIGHT & HENDRY, : Publishers, LIVINGSTON» M. T, FEB. 14, 1884. Arnold H. Guyot, professor of phys ical geocraphy and geology in Prince ton college, New Jersey, is dead. He was a great scientist in the special subjects he considered, and few Amer ican students of the past two decade^ have not been brought under the in lluence of his teachings either direct ly or by the excellent series of books he compiled. Board oi Trade. The board of trade continued its regular meeting last night, The dis cussion relative to the bridge question was continued, hud respited in the passage of a resolution "that a bridge committee of three be selected, whose duty it shall be to devise wavs and means and raise funds to build a free bridge across the Yellowstone river, to select the point of crossing said river, and that they be instructed t« report at the next regular meeting of the board." The chair appointed as such committee D. II. Budlong, George N. Smith and E. Goughnour. H. H. Hollidge, a civil engineer, being introduced by the secretary made a statement in regard to the mapping of the mineral regions of the upper country, embracing Emigrant, Six Mile, Mill Creek, Bear and Crevice gulches, and Clark's Fork district. Referred to a committee composed of Messrs. Douglas, Love and Norton, with the president of the board as ex officio chairman. E. Goughnour, as i epresentiug the trustees of the school district, appealed to the board and to Citizens generally for their support for the bonds to be voted upon on the 23d ins:., for the erection of a school building. Moved by W. S. Eberman and car ried, that nO smoking be allowed in the board of trade rooms. Adjourned. The following are the standing com mittees tor the current quarter: Finance— G. J. Babson, A. L.Love, Fred Ward. Trade & Commerce—E. Goughnour, Geo. N. Smith. A. Lawrence. Ggriculture— W. M. Wright, James Ennis, J. P. Nolan. * Mines and Mining— F. D. Pease, E. Goughnour, Fred Ward. Legislation—J.. A. Savage, F. D. Pease, J. II. Elder. Manufacture— F. L. Mintie, Geo. N. Smith, Geo. A. Chambers. Railroads— D. H. Bualong, F. L. Mintie. F. D. Pease. County Affairs— W. S. Eberman, John Ilolloran, D. B, Allen. City Affairs—Geo. T. Chambers, F. W. Wright, E. J. Chamberlin. Stock liaising—James Ennis, W. M. Wright, A. W. Miles. Immigration— F. W. Wright, R. A. Chisholm, J. II. Elder. Reception of Strangers—Fred Ward, G. J. Babson, G. J. Douglas. Advertising and Publication—J. E. Hendry, W. S. Eberman, Mentor Wetzstein. . Auditing— G. J. Douglas, J. S. Thompson, A. L. Love. * Ileal Estate—J. II. Elder, E. J. Chamberlin, Walter Ayrault. Sanitary— H. W. Campbell. J. Corn well, F. A. Krieger. W. Ayrault, Secretary. The Dressed Beef ludustry. . Pioneer Press: A New Englander, fresh from home, commenting on the item that the Marquis de Mores will make his home in St. Paul, said: '•You have no idea how the East de pends on Chicago's refrigerated beef, in all the hotels where I made inquiry 1 was told thattheir steaks came Lorn liiu West. The local shambles are wholly ignored, and your gns-s and corn fed meat from the West receives preferred prices. As tar down as Bangor, Me., there is a distributing house, which is pimply a big refriger ator, Into which the cars of frozen meat can be pushed and shut up until unloaded, the meat all the time being kept at the same temperature. Routes are made up into the country all around, ami by railroad and wagon this beef is sent to consumers. At Worcester, Providence, Hartford and other points are distributing houses. I forget how much is re ceived and peddled in this way, but I think it was two cars a day." Any packing system along the Northern Pacific has a splendid field. j have been in the Iiaoib ui onying beeves in St. Paul, ilmals_tl£,t l.ave ie!fa from Mon* mgm isfC tana. The leading hotel there buys all its steaks and choice cuts in Chi cago, paying 35 to 40 cents a pound for btef, and freight besides. Theie is a market for refrigerated meat all along the Northern Pacific and Mani toba roads. _ Depredations By Wolves. Press: Reports have reached \own of great depredations by wolves upon the stock ranges on Mizpah and Pow der rivers, and tributary country. The attacks are generally made by the wolves ypon the "dougies," or recent ly arrived states cattle, new to the ranges, and as foolish and scary as the name they are generally known by im plies. The wolves nail them when they have strayed back in the hills, in twos and threes, and generally single out the weakest of the lot. They at tack it and pull it dawn, and then the famished pack pounce upon and tear it to pieces. The older native cattle are never bothered by wolves, as they show fight and in most cases force the wolves to beat an inglorious retreat; and another reason why the wolves seldom attack native cattle is because they graze In bunches of from ten to twenty-five, and are a match for any number of wolves, be they famished, fierce or otherwise. The "dougies" probably catch on after a few attacks of the enemy, and hang together after the manner of the native cattle. A house owned by Dr. Lebcher, in Miles City, formerly a school house, but more lately occupied by a party of young men, took fire on Monday and burned to the ground with its furni ture. Loss, S3,000, mostly covered by insurance. PAT. FLANNERY'S E SÜLOOIT. Money io Loan on Collateral. Upper Main St, - Livingston, Montana F. H. LORING, Proprietor ot the GS-ULAT EZDGEE SAMPLE ROOMS. CHOICEST WINES LIQUORS and CISAES. Princely furnished parlor room in connection. MAIN STBEET, - LIVINGSTON. REMEMBER ' That I keep constantly on hand a complete stock of native and eastern lumber, sa sh, doors, blinds, mould , ings, shi utiles, lath, build - inti paper, brackets > plaster inti hair, plaster Paris, and everythin g usually kept in a first class lumber yard Prices always as low as the lowest • E. GOUGHNOTTR. J. MURRAY, DEALER IN Wines and Liquors Fine Imported mestic and Do - ARS The Neatest and Tidiest Place in Town. Second Street, LIVINGSTON, - M. T. BANK EXCHANGE! Saloon, Billiard and Pool Parlor FUJI MIXJ Ö ' , :?//■■■ tES A SPECIALTY. >n, as. t* JOHN higgles, JOHN O. SAXE, NEWS AND FRUIT DEALER, AND CONFECTIONER. The latest eastern Dailies, Illustrated Journ als and Magazines always on hand. MAIN STREET. New Harness Shop Lower Main Street. SADDLERY, fl ASSESS MAKING and ESP A ISIS G Neatly and promptly done. Have a large and complete stock of goods in tne Harness line and I am now ready to receive orders. J. Grannickstadten. WILLIAM SCOTT Has Purchased the And will serve all callers with the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars To be found in the city. Card Tables, News pa pers and Periodicals toamuseand entertain customers. One door from Postoffice, .A.. EARLEY, CIEKABAR. Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. Full rigs or saddle horses to let, and care ful drivers furnished if desired. BUY AND SELL HORSES I am are prepared to carry travelers into the Park or to any other point, ahead of all competitor«. T. R. MAYO'S TiSBRIAL PAMS Main Street, opposite Postoffice, Are the MostElegantly Furnished in the West None But Eipert Worten Employed' ^"Finest stock of Barber supplies in Montana. 1 Located on the Livingston, Montana, Main Line Of the N. P. R. R., and at its Last Crossing Of the Yellowstone, and at the Jinctionof the National Pari BranclE,R . '* • '* - % 0 ' A jjf With the main line of the N. P. Railroad Company are building Shops and Bourn! Houses at this point. Good Bituminous Coal Mines west of the city Clark's Forks Mining District reached from Livingston. National Park entered from Livingston. For plats and information of lots in the Original Towasite and ad in/v-nt to the Freight and Passenger Depots, apply to GENERAL LAND AGENT N PR R.CO. St Paul. Minn, NICKEUS, WILBUR & NICHOLS, Jamestown, Dakota, or JOHN IL ELDÉR, Agent Land Dept. N. P. R R. Co., • • W > r .. ï' Livsngston, Montana. L. Tati be, Gen'l Towasite Agent. Props. Bavarian Beer Hall Lower Küaif» Street.- # uk /fl f Having moved my l>eer hall from the old tiwn to lower* Main street. I shall koep con stantly on hand all kinds of Hot IjTJLXlplA, Cheese and Sunsnge, Sandwiches, Pigs Feet, Tripe and Steaks. Keg Beer Always on Tap, A. WEXSS01S3B. ■ I ■ •- J: 3is2fi£v : .j KANE'S m m k ming Hall AND SAMPLE ROOM, Open day and night and games always running. THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS and CIGARS Constantly on hand. DTXIfcTE ZLÆTTSi C Every Evening, Square Dealing and Good Treatment alike to one and all. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR THE y APOLLO SPRINGS BREWERY, LIVINGSTON, • : : MONTANA. JOB PRINTING. The Enterprise Carries as Elegant an Assortment of Stationery for Commer cial Printing as Can be Found in the Northwest. BOOK BINDING ^he Enterprise will Duplicate Eastern Prices in Magazine and Periodical Binding, having Spe cial arrangements therefor. LITHO. VIEWfH The Enterprise has the Exclusive Sale of Handsome Lithographic Views of Liv ingston. Send them to your friends. THE ENTERPRISE. Contains a carefully prepared resume of the day's news, is in dependent of any party, clique or faction, and purposes to be a faithful exponent of the mate rial interests of Livingston. STILL STANDS AT THE HEAD. The Parlor Restaurant v 1 ■ • . i ; Still Leads the Van, Headquarters for Oysters Servi Main Street . Two Boors freni Postoffice. KELLY - Proprietors |Eg LM j ij