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AU1UVK. WHSt)' 1:3T> p. m iu in 7:3U a. m P M.r«>pf, <?<>«»« ............i r |. ff , iii p- l tgoimr **ast)........... 1 ~i> p. IfNoWw Wl ' st > ............ i : ™ iK ......... * lCj HE PAKT. :* e f .xpr«'PP, ( west > ............ J !... VSÄicMpWiUOinS^t» ........... ÄSÄW). No- 14, («ouifi euat,.. p. m p. m 10:5 ip.m 0:00 a. m Livingston I'ofctofll«». W eek days f rom 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. ciii.VSlromato3p.iu. S l J oJ( ' v or der and register business trans *' i truii» 0 a m- to 4 . p. m. going east and west close at 12:50 p.m. F. W. WRIGHT, Postmaster, local layout Scott, a well-reputed dentist of Killings has his card in this issue. Frank Luring is displaying consid erable enterprise in iKistmg conven tion bulletins at the Gilt Edge. The ladies of the Presbyterian so ciety are making arrangements to give an ice-cream festival on the Fourth. Our regular court correspondent failed to report that Mrs. Flora E. Dexter of Livingston, has obtained a divorce from her husband W. II. Dex ter. The brass band at the link last night drew a large crowd and made a pleasant evening for all who attended. The hand will appear on Tuesday and Thursday evenings of each week in future. The coal spur branch of the North ern Pacific w f est of here, for the con duction of which James Lenilian, of Livingston, has the contract, will he an extension of the present line about ene mile in length to another coal semi!. The county commissioners have ex amined the report of the viewers ap pointefl to examine the proposed route of the load petitioned for from Mis sion creek up the south bank of the Yellowstone across Buchanan's bridge and the island to Livingston, and have oidered that it be established a county road. The G. A. U. at their meeting last evening passed a motion to take in itiatory steps toward making arrange ments for the celebration of the Fourth of Julv in Livingston. For ibis purpose all old soldiers are re quested to meet at Bingham's hall next Monday evening at 8 p. m. to take this subject into consideration. The following gentlemen have been ap pointed a committee in charge of pre liminary arrangement: L. E. Hanna, Joseph McDonald, John Newland. D. I. Donovan has inaugurated a needed reform by adveitising to close his store on Sunday hereafter. As one who views that matter fioin a dis interested standpoint, we desire to see his example universally followed. On every work day stores are kept open till a late hour in the evening and ori Sundays the same routine is followed. AY hat chance is there for the proprie tors or employes of mercantile estab lishments to rest? If Sunday was es pecially intended for any purpose it was meant to lie a day of rest and rec reation, and human experience has proven that the observance of such a day once in seven is good for man or beast. PERSONAL POINTS. E. K. Brui nerd of Chicago, went through Livingston to day on his way to the Park. 0. E. Fogarty, accompanied by J. S. Boardman and Miss Boardman will leave St. Paul to-morrow bound for Livingston. C. B. Haynes, Montana agent for the Fargo Republican, was a passen ger on the Atlantic express to day for a visit to his firm. F. Jay Haynes, the famous pho tographer of the Northwest and the National Park, was among visitors in tewn yesterday and to-day. Mrs. McGowan of Washington, who "as manager at the Park hotel last summer, passed through here to-day bound for Mammoth Hot Springs. A Correct Ion.. A. A. Deem, agent of Wakefield & Hoff man's stage line, iu forms us that Hie statement from J. A. Dan forth, leeently published in the Enterprise t*»at tke latter was not able to get tramqHirtation from Cinnabar to Mam Rmth Blot Springs and therefore re turned to Livingston, was incorrect. Mr. Deem says that Danforth had his Gioiee of five carriages ranging in class lirmii n nhaeton to a 'four-horse rig, Ihi'.t be'dul not appear to want to m iu in m m m m go to the springs and liad^hisjtiekets cashed. We make the correction wil lingly though tills is the first time we have hail reason to doubt Danfoith's word. Will Clone on Sunday. A Vest ward, ho! the course of civili zation tends its way. Sunday, June 8th, and on every succeeding Sunday thereafter, my store will not be open for the transaction of business, and hope my patrons will provide them selves accordingly on the preceding Saturday, so that the Sabbath may be recognized as becomes a civilized community. Dan'l. I. Donovan. Harris' Circus. There was quite u large house pres ent this afternoon at the first per formance of the circus. This show has been widely advertised and de serves the liberal patronage that has been bestowed upon' it. They visited Montana and the western states and territories last summer, and every one remembers the first-class entertain ment they gave. This season they are here again, but vastly augmented in every department. The enterprise showm by Mr. Harris in thus present ing to the public such a splendid airay of aienic talent and zoological rarities has met its reward in the large and crowded tents that he has every where had. The circus performance itself is one of the best that ever vis ited Montana. Many startling and sen sational acts are introduced and the equestrians, gymnasts, acrobats, leap ers and. tumblers are all of them first-class in their var ious specialties. The heavy jug gling of cannon balls by Mens, and Madame Josephs; the bare-back riding of Miss Daisy Belmont; the horizon tal bar exercises by the Irwin broth ers; the high tight wire act and bi cycle riding of choicest, the funny clowns, Josephs, Belmont, Griffin and Harding formed a performance that gave universal satisfaction and will undoubtedly crow'd the large canvas to-night. The museum contains Dora, the famous tatooed lady, Zula Zeno bia. the handsome Circassian lady, the Zulu Cannibals, monkeys, birds, etc. a punch and Judy, and magic perform ance, and was visited by large crowds. ance, was "7—444." On Monday morning last the mystic combination of figures, '*7—444," was found carefully chalked all over the side walks in Bozeman. The Courier in referring to it, though it does not state it in plain words, intimates that the symbol means the existence of a vigilante organization that will wage war on the impudent tramps, roughs, vags, burglars and general criminals of that town. Its article concludes thus: " '7—444'—wliatf does it mean? AA r e don't know; but w r e do know' that criminal prosecutions have become oppressive to tax-payers; and that tax payers have grow'» tired of feeding a jailful of loafers. We also know that the households of Bozeman shall cease to be alarmed by strange intruders, come they in What guise they may." Reward. The attorney-general has instructed U. S. Marshal Botkin to "offer a re ward of SI,000 for the arrest of all the seven persons engaged in the assault on Paymaster Whipple, or a propor tionate sum for the arrest of any part of the seven." A Voluntary Testimonial. From the Mandan Pioneer w'e learn that Gen. 0. D. Green, assistant-adju tant general of the U. S. army passed over the Northern Pacific a few days ago on his way from Fort Vancouver eastward. He paid Mandan high compliments, and among other things said: "Maiuhin and Livingston are the most beautiful towns on the Northern Pacific, and I believe they will both develop into great cities." Democratic Delegates From Montana. The democratic central committee for the territory met at Deer.lodge <*n Wednesday, the 4th inst., to select delegates and alternates to the nation al democratic convention and to trans act other business. All counties were represented except Dawson. The delegates selected w'ere 8am Word, of Butte, attorney for the Utah & North ern railroad, and Samuel T. Hauser, of Helena, themulto millionaire miner. The alternates are W. J. McCormick, of Missoula, and W. B. AVebb. of Billings. Dr. C. A. - Mitchell, of Deer Lodge, was recommended as the member for the territory of the na tional democratic committee. The committee was unanimous iof the -old ticket" ami the dr legal os selected will vote that way (aï ways provided they are allowed a vote.) The Committee fixed on September 25th as the date for the congressional convention for the territory and Deer Lodge as the place. Delegates io that convention were appointed to the counties as fol low's: Beaverhead, 5; Choteau. 6; Custer. 12; Dawson, 5; Deer Lodge. 8; Gallatin, 15; Jefferson, 6; Lew'is and Clarke, 11; Madison, 6; Meagher, 10; Missoula, 1G; Silver Bow, 1G: Yellowstone. 8. The Albemarle. The new* hotel, the Albemarle, opened yesterday for dinner according to announcement. A very large num ber dined and all were uniformly pleased with the lay-out. "The best meal I have eaten in the country" w r as the common expression of approval, while many entered into detailed praise of the menu, of the attentive waiters and the general care displayed in even the smallest features that go to make up the management. The table service and tiie furnishings of the hotel throughout correspond with tiie superior display of culinary art, and if the Albemarle maintains the standard upon which it has opened (and we fully believe it will) it will in a little time be universally known as the best hotel in Montana. This is the hotel that Livingston has needed during a year past, and w'hich during the present summer w'ill supply such accommodations as visitors to the town have often demanded but never obtained. Mr. E. C. Dyer, the pro prietor, deserves all local encourage ment, for his venture is a public ben efit beside presenting abundant pros pects of being profitable to himself. The stockmen on the round-up re port that there w ill be a larger brand ing this year, in proportion to the number on the range, than ever be fore. 'Good News to Smokers. Fresh cigars every day at the Cigar Factory; also a complete assortment of meerschaum pipes, cigar holders, brier pipes, ahd in fact anything in the smoker's outfit in the market. Home made cigars from $40 to $100 per M. Eastern cigars from $25 to $G0 per M. SPECIAL MENTION. a a SPECIAL MENTION. of of of Baled Hav at GO cents per 100 at T. P. McDonald's* Large assortment of candies just re ceived at John O. Sax & Co.'s. Fresh pineapples at N. C. Matthiessen's. Fresh California fruits at the Big Horn Stores. Strawberries and asaparagus at N. C. Matthiessen's. Go to Mayo's for baths. Try a hot or cold bath at T. JR. Mayo's new rooms. Go to N. C. Matthiessen's for wall paper. T. R. Mayo has the finest bath-rooms in Livingston. Go to N. C. Matthiessen's for New* Or leans molasses. Go to Sebree, Ferris & White Co., for oats, Second street. Horseshoeing, new shoes, $4 per set: resetting, $8, at Griffith's shop, lower Main street. Billy Miles has a large stock of baled 'hay, oats, wheat, bran, chopped feed and barley, which, owing to the late financial panic in New York must be closed out at once. ■\TSTANTED—A man to shear sheep immediate VT ly. 'Enquire of T. P. McDonald, Livingston. RADDLE PONIES for sale at Billy Mile's Liv 5 ery, Main street. W ANTED.—one or two iirst class coat makers at P. O Meara's. I jlOR SA LE—A first-class, upright Piano. En quire at this office. t AOli SALE—A fine piano. Enquire of V Snyder, at Northern Pacific Livery barn. I jlGR RENT cheap, a first class store in a very desirable location on Main street.' Rent low. Apply to Allen Bros. T HE firm heretofore known as Cbizetim & Lisk has this day dissolvocl by mutual consent. Lisk carries on the business and pays- ail debts and collects ail duo the-firm. John Lisk. Cal. Cuizeux. Livingston, May 13,1884. D ISSOLUTION NOTICE. The copartnership heretofore existing between Geo. N. Smith and Will. O. Hag}' under the firm style of Smith & Hagv, is this d'av dissolved by mutual consent. G.o. N. Smith will continue the business, assum ing all obligations of the late firm and collecting all accounts due thsrn. Geo. N. Sxitii. W'ill. O. Haut. Livingston, M. T,, May 14, 1884. Ail persons indebted to the late firm of Smith & Hagv are herebv requested to call at mf office and settle their Mils, that the accounts of the late firm may be settled its quickly as possible. f Geo. N. Sxitii. H AVING bought the- island lately owned by Burton Bros., I am prepared to deliver sand to anv part of town as cheap as the cheapest. Geo. T. Young. mUE DAILY ENTERPRISE delivered to any X part of the city by carrier for §1.25 per month. jj s.sconvD. D. s., DENTIST. Billings, - - - Montana. Fills teeth with Goid and Plastic fillings. Mounts Artificial teeth on Rubber and Celluloid and on the roots of the natural teeth : Solicits difficult eases and guarantees satisfaction or no cb&sjr*. Av«K'$thetics administered. Office 4th door west of Wiudscr Hotel Mor,taqa Avenue. 6; ZBO~CTGK££ , XC:bT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Pure Kentucky And the Best Brands of Cigars. A most elegantly appointed Sample Room in rear of the store room, where nothing 1 l ut Special Brands ot Liquors (and Cigars are retailed to. the trade, * Also Fine heading Room equipped with.upholstered furniture, in 0011110011.111. A pDce w .tic gent mia-u will «not be insulted, and where you will always get the BEST goods to he had. MAIN STREET, : : : LIVINGSTON *u. T TOTAL ASSETS, $60,731,720.00. Home of New York, Hartford of Hartford Phoenix of Hartford. Connecticut of Hartford x y & ^ Cormneieial of Cal. Germ ania cf New 1 or7c Scottish, Union 4 - Notional of Edtnbr y Liverpool Sç London § Globe ,, tf Liv. New York Life Ins. Co., Cash Capital, $55,553,902.00 CEPEKLEY & AYRAULT, Main Street, Livingston, Montana. The Albemarle Hotel, E. C. DYER, Proprietor. A STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, Newly Fitted and Furnished throughout for the especial accommodation ot National Park Tourists and the travelling public. Babcock <& Miles, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in AND T Agricultural Implements., EAEBED "WIIEŒ By the Pound or Car Load. Special attention givent to Sheet-iron and Copper work; also Tin Roofing. TuLSt m^eceiTred ©,t Geo. T. Chambers & Co.. A large invoice of goods for the Spring and Summer trade,'in the line of HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, FENCE WIRE, ETC. ALSO A CARLOAD OF COOFEB. W-^.a-03SrS_ Our stock is large and varied, and we are prepared to quote prices with any hardware house in the Territory. Com«and see us. GEO. T. CHAMBERS & CO. Main street, Livingston. Livingston Bakery.!. SECOND STREET.] ^ILTO-TTS, Prop Fresh Bread, Pies and Oakes delivered daily by wagon. SIsiteean. Loaves for $1.00 MA** Opposite Postofäcc. We keep in stock a firsrtclass article of Beef, Pork, Mutton* Fish, Fresh Banch Butter and Eggs, Poultry and Vegetables of all Kinds. THOS. P. MCDONALD,