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ARUIVK. I [il. express, <g° in! -' express, igom'i ..«Ht).. V No. 13, (L'oing w.-.st» .. J. , r j'lit -Nu- 14, tgm«g <*»8 tj... . lIKrAKT. ..«cificexpress, (going w est)... \ t j„ulic express, <g«»ing east.). . j jeitrJit -No. 13, (going ttwll... Jjt >«• 14, ILOiï," cast ..... 1:35 j». n» 1 :25 p. in .8:50 p.m « :3u u. m 3 : P- m 1:33 p. m 10:û0p.m 8:0<) ft. ni Livingston l'ostolfice. Open week d»ys from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m Sunday h trom 2 to 3 p. m. ' Money order and register business trails gcteii Iront 9a in. to4. p. m. Mails going fust and west dose at 12:50 n m k . VV . \\ RIGHT, Postmaster, ' MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS MiiiTk^ Livingston at 7:30 u in. Sundays, Tuesdays and J bursdajrs. A. A. Deem, Agt. lOOAL layout W. F. SUetU'd h;t.s opened It is shoot ing «»He»'!' The train from the west was two horns late this afternoon. Six cars of Polled Angus, Durham and Hereford cattle are now on their way to Montana. The Park train left this afternoon at 2:15. This will be the regular hour of leaving in future. The Northern Pacific now runs drawing room cars with reclining chairs between St. Paul and Fargo. Deputy-sheriff Metcalf took the hall-bieed, Pendleton, away to Boze nM«i to-day, there to await trial in the county jail. Minnesota addition property seems to he selling rapidly. Everybody can afford to build at the reasonable price put on lots. L. Chamberlin sold two lots in Minnesota addition to A. Harris and one lot to N. Peterson. Doth parties will build at once. Married: At Kingoldsby's ranch in the upper Yellowstone, on Sunday, the 27th of April, Mr. Samuel Daly to .Miss Kittie^Goniiig. Tools and supplies with which to work the Cone Placer ground are be ginning to arrive in considerable quantities at Emigrant/Dilch. Yesterday Savage & Elder sold five lots adjoining Riverside addition near the river to Frank Culp, a late arrival in town, who intends to erect build ings on them. The employes of D. J. Kennel Iv's dairy who are engaged in handling milk in town are distinguished by white silk hat bands on which appear the words "Mission Dairy." This is the kind of weather that makes the grass grow to cover the val leys and uplands with the luxuriant carnet of vegetation that renders Montana the greatest stock country in the world. During the first twenty days of March the Northern Pacific took out from St. Paul, 1,218 through emigrant passengers. During the same period in April the same company took out 2.195 such travelers. it is currently reported that two well-known gentlemen, one an En glishman and the other a Yankee from up the river, have arranged to light a duel this evening. Jack Rar onett and Angus McQueen are the seconds on one side and George Huston and George Smith on the other. Orschel's brick building on Park street is being impioved by artificial stone cornice? or arches that are be ing built over the windows of the up per story. The front is also to be raised at the top to a level with the Pease building adjoining, and tlie pavement in front is to be considéra bly widened. One of ;i party of young men who at a late hour this morning were conclud ing the process of imparting a. vermil ion hue lo the town, fell over :i box or something of that nature on Alain street near the postoflice, and before the encounter was concluded, managed to get a cut on the lower jaw that a surgeon bad to sew up. You will know ihm by the wound. Wm. Mitchell's lost horse, spoken of in yesterday's issue, was found last "'ght bv AI. Traeger, où tlif. range •dioiit five or six miles froid tOAh. The miim.il appeared, by unmistakable «îgns. to have been ridden very hard ;| iiil the lariat was missing. Tlfere is "die doubt but what some person or H v 'its bad used the horse to help biemour, ef the town as speedily as lisible. Tiie dance at the rink ibis evening — 1 * ,e lust of the season's entertainments dieie—promises to be the best though *■ "* * l *t. i»rif. Muse's orchestra will music, and that of itself is a fetikatti ' ' ;asuie, A a. on good caller will be in attendance, and the evening promises fo be enjoyable in the extreme. Invited guests will miss a rarely pleasant, occasion by failing to attend. I he suit of S. L. Holliday vs. the Northern Pacific railroad company "as heard before Judge Seward this morning and judgment rendered for the plaintiff. It was brought to re cover $250 damages entailed by the loss of a thoroughbred bull belonging to plaintiff killed by a train on the Park branch in November 1 st. The company did not appear in court either by attorney or with witnesses, but put in written pleadings denying plaintiff's allegations. Like all siini lur eases this will probably be carried up on appeal to a higher court. F. D. Ilager, senior member of the firm of Ilager & Co., of. St. Paul, who are probably more largely interested in Northern Pacific towns than any other one firm, is in town to day. Mr. Ilager lias large interests in Livings ton and is now arranging for the erec tion of about a dozen cottages on the north side of the railroad for rent. This is smficient evidence of his faith in Livingston without quoting his confident expressions. Mr, Hager especially admires the town from the fact that it has been built up by our own people with little or no aid from outside capital. Those who watch the signs of the weather and who are acquainted from experience with causes and effects in this country, predict unusually^ high water this spring in the Upper Yel lowslone. They say that the snow is now lying very much deeper and heavier in the mountains than is the rule at this season, and that by-and bye sudden warm weather with ac companying rains will liquefy it with a rush and cause a high freshet. It cannot be said that such will be the case, but the chances for such an ex perience are favorable, and it is well enough to understand the probabili ties. C. PERSONAL POINTS. L. Taylor, Northern Pacific town site agent, left this afternoon. S. L. Holliday expects to leave this week for Cooke City and may spend the summer there. Messrs. Laughlin and Brazil left this afternoon for Cinnfabar with an outfit for a lunch countor, which tli^v will operate at that place this summer. E. C. Dyer, of St. Paul, and recent ly of the Hotel Lafayette at Lake Minnetonka, arrived in the city to day. He contemplates locating here. Mrs. Coppinger, J. G. Blaine's daughter will soon leave Washington to join her husband. Col. Coppinger, at Fort Assinabome in this territory, w here lie is commandant. An Unexplained Incident. Judge Newton Seward relates to us an incident witnessed on bis recent trip to Miles City, which seems worthy of repetition for the benefit of readers. Upon Ins return from Miles on the night of the 14th inst. about 2 a. m., a shot was fired from the out side through the window of the mov ing car in which he was sitting. It passed through the wiudow within an inch or two of the face of a lady who was reclining half on the seat and half on the window sill, with an infant in her arms. The conductor affected to believe that It, was but a bit of gravel that had rolled down from the bank, but Judge Seward took the trouble tq investigate when it became daylight, and then saw That the perforation of the vi iudow glass was made by a bullet, and that small particles of the lead had been leit on the edges of the glass I . r|M I outside, as it passed through. J lie j fired at a point near the shot was fired at a mouth of the Rosebud, and as the Cheyennes roam along that valley and are not particularly friendly in their feelings toward the whites, it is pos sible that one of them may have fired the shot out of tiie darkness a cold blooded feat that they dare not per form in the open light of day. SPECIAL 1&ENTÏ0H . Go to Mayo's for baths. Seed oats at G. \V. Metcalf & Co.'s. Try a hot or cold bath at T. It. Mayo's new rooms. T. R. Mayo has the finest bath-rooms in Livingston. Go to N. C. Matthiessen's for New Or leans molasses. A very large assortment of California gloves at Harmon's. Baled hay, 75 cents \*r bale, at G Co.'s for good Selling Get to P. T. Padden & blue kstni thing. Money sa veil, is money earned, at cost at Harmon's. Harmon will not lie undersold by any merchant in Livingston. Baled hay, 75 cents tier bale, at G. W. Metcalf & (Jo.'s. J. F. Gallagher is in charge of the bar at the Metropolitan Hotel. Harmon has a few summer dolmans which will be sold below cost. Harmon has a large stock of boots and shoes which will be sold at cost. Baled hay at 75 cents per bale at G. W. Metcalf & Co.'s. Have you seen those fine Brussels and Ingrain carpets at Harmon's? Remember the place: Harmon's, late Savage & Sons, Alain street, Livingston, M. T. Harmon has a large stock of California all wool clothing which will be closed out at cost. A pocket cigar case and five Tunsill's Punch cigars for 25 cents at N. C. Mat thiessen's. Those that intend to purchase blankets would do well to call and examine Har mon's stock. Horseshoeing, new shoes, $4 per set: resetting, $3, at Griffith's shop, lower Alain street. Go to Billy Aides for baled hay, oats, wheat, barley, cheap feed, etc. At whole sale or retail. Tiie gentlemen of Livingston are in vited to call and examine those one dollar shirts at Harmon's. On and after Alay 1st, A. Landt will deliver ice to his customers each day early in the morning. J. F. Gallagher has recently refitted the Metropolitan bar, and now invites his friends to come and see him. A very large variety of Stetson and other makes of hats can be found at Har mon's, successor to Savage & Sons. You can get wood sawed and split to any size and delivered, at N. Ebert's wood yard back of the Aletropolitan hotel. A. Krieger & Co. are selling their im mense stock of furniture, crockery and glassware at bottom prices to make room for a carloads of furniture ep route. Carriages, Buggies and Road Carts. C. A. Gillette, having located in Livings ingston, offers to the public a class of <*oods warranted first class in every par ticular, and will sell at the very lowest living rates. Call and examine, on Sec ond street south of the liverv stable. I lOR RENT—The storeroom now occunied by G: II. Carver & Co., Main street, will be for rent on and after May 9, also one room up stairs. No better lo ration m the town. Enquire of Cep erley & Avranlt. 2 B OCK BEER? Next Sunday, May, 4th, 1884, everybody is invited to take a schooner or Bock beer with me at the Apollo Springs brewery, Livingston, free of charge. The beer will be on tap at 1 p. m. precisely. Adolph Landt. 'YVT ANTED—A cook and table waiter at the Tv hotel at Hunter's Hot Springs. Apply to Dr. A. J. Hunter. \ DMI N I STRATO R*S SALE.—By order of the probate court of Gallatin county, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. on the morning of Wednesday, Mav 7th, the undersigned, administrator of said estate, will, at the residence of the deceased, 4 miles east of Hunter's Hot Springs, sell over 100 cattle and horses, together with farm implements and personal property, belonging to the estate of the late Eliza Gage. Thomas P. McDonald, Administrator. Î jlINE PAIR of iron gray mares, heavy with foal, (i years old, for safe at G. W. Metcalf & Co.'s. J A N TE D . SITU ATI O N :—By a young ro an, capable of taking charge of a set of books in a mercantile business. Can furnish best of references. Address, "S'' Enthhphisk office. W 1 1'ICKET for Walla Walla for sale at Brewery 2 Headquarters. N otice;. The copartnership ing between Thomas P. McDonald and John II. Ilarvat, under the style of McDonald & Harvat is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be conducted hereafter by Thomas V. McDonald, who will collect all moneys due the said firm and pay all indebtedness of the late firm. Thomas P. McDonald. John H. Habvat. D issolution notice.—T he partnership heretofore existing between IL B. Blair and Daniel I. Donovan, as Blair & Donivau, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, H. B. Biair re tiring. D. I. Donovan will continue the business asuniing all obligations of the late lirm and col lecting all accounts due them. Livingston, M. T., H. B. Blair, April 21st, 18,14. D. 1. Donovan. miIE DA 1LY ENTERPRISE delivered to any JL part of the city by carrier for $1.25 per month. W ILLIAM LIEK, stone mason and contractor, has opened a quarry of No. 1 good lire, proof building stone opposite the machine shops, and will sell and deliver stone cheaper than ever sold in Livingston. Defies competition. Leave or ders with Babcock & Miles. William Riek. I O. U. F.—There will be a meeting of the mem • hers of I. O.O. F. Saturday evening at the I Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer's Ilall, j Frank's building, for the purpose of organization. b^o ' h sa î ,E at a bargain, a complete restaurant J. outfit at Cooke, with a large assortment of fine groceries. Have other business on hand. Apply at once to W. F. Bidlingmayer, Cooke, Gallatin county, Montana. TUTOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. Notice is here in by given that the copai tnersnip ot Snyder A DeVoe is this dav dissolved by mutual cousent. V. E. Snyder will' continue tiie business, pay all bills contracted by said firm, and collect ail dues. Livingston, M. T„ April 14, 1884. V. E. SNYDER. B. R. DeVoe. N OTICE.—All parties indebted to P. W. Galla gher of the Metropolitan hotel, will please call and settle at once as he has retired from bnsi ness. r with ()a and after 1st day of May, I will deliver ice to parties having made contract me, or others wanting ice, betwern 7 and 8 TVTOTICE Li delivei h me, or others wanti (''clock every morning. Give your orders in time and they will be promptly attended to. Ice in émail quantities 1 cent per lb. A. Landt. * FREIGHTING and teaming done on short no tice bv N. Ebert. 1 1 *0 R HALE—Business stand, 25x40, two stories. located one door north of Major Bingham's corner, on Main street; also residence on lower Main straet. Apply to S R. Shrake. ■ fiOR RENT-—The building now occupicp by JF the Daily EniekFkise. 'm B street -For office. MAIN STREET, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Pure Kentucky Whiskies ! And the Best Brands of Cigars. A most elegantly appointed Sample Room in rear of the store room, where nothing hut Special Brands ot Liquorsf and Cigars are retailed to],the trade, Also |Fine Reading Room equipped with upholstered furniture, in connection. A place where gent.uwn will not be insulted, and where you will always get the BEST goods to he had. : : LIVINGSTON, a». T. \ Tust lESeceiTred. at Geo. T. Chambers & Co. A large invoice of goods for the Spring and Summer trade,Jin the line of HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, FENCE WIRE, ETC. ALSO A CARLOAD OF' *W-^- 0 - 02 STS Our stock is large and-varied, and we are prepared to quote prices with . any hardware house in the Territory. Come and see us, GEO. T/CHAMBERS & CO. Main street, Livingston. Livingston Bakery ! SECOND i STREET. Prop Fresh Bread, Pies and Oakes delivered daily by wagon. Sixteen. I^oaveG for $1.00 * MAff * Opposite Postoffice. We keep in stock a first-class article of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Fish, Fresh Ranch Butter and Eggs, Poultry and Vegetables of all Kinds. thos. p. McDonald. H. FRANK, Park Street Clothier, Has just received a large stock ol Ready-Made Clothing, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Cloths and Underwear,. Of the best quality, and for the next 30 days special inducements will be offered. -__ MARCHANT TAILORING-- Our cutting and fitting department is complete and we will guarantee satisfaction Park Street, - - - - Livingston. CURRAN & LENIHAN, -^DEALERS in— Groceries and Provisions. AND ALL KINDS OF GRAIN-FEED. Scie Agents for the ('eUbrated Fargo Best Flour. CORNER OF MAIN AND LEWIS ST., LIVINGSTON, MONTANA., THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR THE APOLLO SPRINGS EZ 5 . L Ö W öd LIVINGSTON, : § : MONTANA. A, LANDT, Prop.