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ul« gaily mtrrprisr.
Published every dav except Sondav.
WEIGHT k HENDRY, : Publishers.
LIVINGSTON, M. T,JUNE 18, 1884.
Entered at the poatoffice in Livingston, M. T.
as aecntid-claaa »all matter.
Tlie susjicttsion of t!»e Ikiily Chronicle
again makes the Extkkpiiise the only
daily paper in die county and reduces the
number of towns in Montana supporting
daily papers to five : Butte, Helena,
Benton, Livingston and Miles.
There is a nobility about &.muei I.
TiMen's renunciation of the nomination to
the presidency and ultimate electiou to
that office. seldom evinced by an Ameri
can citizen in public life. Above all con
riderations of emolument or jietty ainbi-i
tion, he lias devoted much of UW life to
the reform of gevernmental abuses which
came under his hand ; elected once to the
highest office in the gift of the American
people, he agreed to a compromise equiv
alent to a renunciation to resene his coun
try from the hnnk of a renewed civil war;
now again the office is offered him, but
bowed with the weight of years and hon
ors and worn with pnysical ills (yet with
a still keen mental power) he feels it his
duty to refuse the great position. IIow
few are tlie men in public life in America
who feelipg the sun ef their existence ap
proaching close to the western horizon
would not prefer to die in the White
House than as a private citizen! How
few would say "a great work is to be per
formed; I have not the physical strength
to perform it tlmugh I could well hold the
]X)sition and enjoy high honor." When
Samuel J. Tilden is laid m his giave the
American nation will have cause to mourn
©ne of the noblest minds the race has ever
evolved.
TILDEN 1) KLEINES.
Tilden has spoken. After a long si
lence that has given rise to all manner of
conjecture, the political idol of the
American democracy sends forth a letter
laying that his public career is forever
closed; he cannot accept the nomination
tollte presidency of the United States,
though believing that such nomination is
practically equivalent to an election. He
fear» that it is liöw beyond his strength to
enter upon four year» (neaily five, includ
in g the canvass) of unremitting mental
and physical toil in the work—of attend
ing to official routine and of reforming
systems established by over two decade»
of misrule. He well knows the work
that such an administrative policy im
poses, for in overthrowing the Tweed ring
m New York City and in reforming the
itite government of New York he has
had an abundant experience. Four years
ago the same reasons, but in a lesser de
gree of intensity, induced him to decline
the nomination; since then those claims
lia vc become imperative'. lie closes his
letter with tlie following: ''I.ought not
to assume a task which I have not the
physical strength to carry through—to re
form tlie administration of tlie federal
government; to realize my own ideal, and
to fulfill the just expectations of the peo
ple would indeed warrant, as they could
alone compensate, the sacrifice which the
undertaking would involve But, in my
condition of advancing years aixl declin
ing strength, I fed no assurance of my
alxlity to accomplish those objects, I
am therefore constrained to say, definite
ly, fhut I cannot now assume the labors of
an administration or of a canvass. Un
dervaluing in no wise that gift of heaven
the occasion and the power sometimes be
stowed upou a mere individual to com
municate an impulse for good, grateful
beyopd all words to my countrymen who
would assign suqh a Iwneticeut function
to me. I am consoled by the reflection
that neither the democratic party »or the
republic, for whose future that party is
tlie best guarantee, is now or ever ean be
dependent upon any one man for their
successful progress in the path of a noble
destiny. Having given to their welfare
whatever of health and strength I pos
sessed or could borrow from the future,
and having, readied tht fwm of my ca
pacity foe such labors as their welfare
mow demands. 1 but submit to flic will of
God in deeming my public casern forever
dosed." .
Pet» La Clair «ml John Murr fell in
the Colusa mine at Butte and were
badly injured.
ivis' residence in Helena
_ irizeil a few nights ago and
jr $50§ wot tit of diamonds and
taben from the room in which
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This Space is Reserved
G. H. Carver & Co.,
Who will present in to-mor
row's issue a complete price
list of their mammoth stock oi
General
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CURRAN & LENIHAN,
-DEALERS in—
Groceries and
Provisions,
AnD ALL KINDS OF GRAIN-FEED.
Sole Asonts lor theeele. rated
FAKGO BEST FLOUR ! I
CORNER OF MAIN AND LEWIS ST.,
LIVINGSTON, MONTANA
Thompson Bros.,
The "Boss" GROCERS,
Will quote y no Prices as low as the lowest.
They Handle the World Famous,
Superlative Minneapolis
Their Large and Varied Stock of
Clothing and Dry Goods!
They are Selling way down, DOW N at Bedrock.
Ranchi)ten, Railroad Men, Mechanics, Tourists, Miners
and\ Sportsmen are all invited, to call and inspect their
goods and Prices.
Frank White's
Billiard and Pool Parlor !
Brick Block under Enterprise office
Park. Street.
ing Purchased direct from the East an entirely new outfit, consisting of the
ok VValnnt Bar, Glass and Fixtures west of St. Paul, and new Billiard and Pin»]
mild rPSllMtfllllV «Aliclf lUltl-AnqirO fl-irn» tl>a nul.iin in ..nna.o I / ' .1 \ . .
Havim
Finest BlacL _____ _ _________, _ _________________________ __ w „.
Tables I would resj>ectfully solicit patronage from the public in general. Gentleman Iv
treatment to all, and none but first class goods will be dealt out customers. Elegant Pri
vate Rooms in connection. Come and see me. PRANK WHITE.
163
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G. B. NIBLOCK,
Practical
WATCHMAKER
AND
TEW'ELEB
General Agent for the Celebrated
Rockford Movement
AND
Boss Patent Case
A large and complete stock of
latches, Clocks, Jeweler?.
Musical Instruments, etc., always on hand.
Harness Emporium
Lowei Main Street.
SADDLERY,
HARNESS MAKING and REPAIRING
Neatly and prcnifAly done.
Have a large and complete stock of goods
in the Harness line and 4 am
now ready to receive
orders.
J. Grannickstadten.
D M. REESE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
STOKE FITTING A SPECIALTY.
Plans and Spec ill cat foils given tor any kind
oi work.
Office at the Brunswick Hotel.
PRIVATE BOARD
' ......AND......
Furnished Rooms,
...... AT......
Mrs* A. H. Brown's,
Bartlett residence on Lower Main Street.
Board by Day or Week.
Will be ready to receive boar .1er 3 oil and
alter Monday, May 26.
A. KRIEGER & CO„
Piactical
UNDERTAKERS.
Metalic, Eastern Rosewood and Homemade
offins and Caskets always op hand ami fur
nished on short notice. * Telegraphic orders
promptly attended to. Undertaking estab
lishment lower Main Street. Leave orders at
A. K II LEGE R & CO.'S,
Slain St. Livingston.. Furniture Store..
JOHN O. SAXE & CO.
NEWS AND FRUIT DEALERS,
AND CONFECTIONER.
The latest eastern Dailies. Illustrated Journ
als and Magazines always on hand.
__ MAIN STREET
Pioneer Barber Shop,
M. IMO, Prop.
"B" St. opposite office of Daily Enterprise
Elegant
BATH ROOMS
Inconnection. Everything neat and nice.
L. C. LaBarre,
PRACTICAL
WAGON MAKER.
„ Qyj Lovre r Main St., next door to
Gnffit h s Blacksmith shop.
New W ork and Repairing done to order.
Also carry full line oi wood stock.
R. C. Griffith,
LU F0R
BLACKSMITHING.
ÎL^ l 2ÜJ!. 8p,!ci 5 lt3r of h-r8 * «hoeing. LaBarre s
eafst uf blacksmith »boj».
RUPTURE
f cored In 80 to 90
Dr. Pierce'* Patent
—--.J Elastic Truss.
W«M'
in the
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