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A R» 1 VE. •roin«: — oin g fiist)____ r trif i fxi rrfP, t v" T.rijt No. Vi, <g»ang west) lleiJit So. 14, (going east»............. DE PAKT. .•»ride explose, (goingwest)........... Ctlaiitic cxpioss, (going east;........... ; ; 'i„, lt No. Vi, (going west)............ y eight No- 14, (going «fut, ............. 1:35 p. ni 1 :2.> p. in . 9:50p. m 7 :3U a. m 1: r 1:35 p. in 10:5Up.m 9:rJ a. m Livingston I'ostottioe. Oiten we. k «lays from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. in Sunday*, from'i to 3 ]>. lit. . Mmiev order and register business trails a( 'ir<i from 9a m. to4. p. in. \;..j|s going east and west dose at 12:50 p m F. W. WRIGHT, Postmaster, local layout See til»* advertisement on this page 0 t ('ol. IngersoH's lecture. Tin* contract for the school build i„jr will be let this evening. x„ quorum rcspoi.d ■.-*(! to the Call for special meeting of the board of trade List evening. The Ladies Guild meets to morrow afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Hugh MacAdams, west of town. A large party of Park ward bound travelers arrived from the west to day. beside as many fiom the east. The members of the Masonic order, resident in Livingston and vicinity a>e J rcpai ing for organization into a lodge. 'The Hear Gulch Mining company •ire ground sluicing as well as working their little giant motor. They are taking out good pay. Major Armstrong, Crow Indian agent, advertises for bids for the erec tion of a domitory building at the new agency in the Little Big Horn. A democratic ratification meeting is to he held in Bozeman on Saturday «•veiling. Judge Savage, of Livings ton, is down as one of the speakers. The si x men arrested as the leaders of the strike at Hoffman & Queally's coal mine and examined under the ••gag law" upon t he charge of felony, were all discharged. The latest addition to the stock of Pat*ilie coast products in our local market are California apples, grown this season, as large as a pint cup. They sell at the modest price of **a hit" each. The touring school teachers left Mammoth Hot Springs for tiie upper Paik region this morning. Some of them will he back to Livingston on Sunday next; the others not till Wednesday. Major Conger will demand and ob tain a full investigation of the charges that led to the call for his resigna tion of the Park superintendency. It is not improbable that sensational de velopments may be the result. Last evenirg W. S. Eberrann tend ered his resignation as commander of Farragiit Post No. 13, G. A. R. His lesignation was accepted and the va fancy will be filled by election at the next regular meeting of the Post. The excursion from Livingston and neighboring Montana towns to Mam moth Hot Springs on Saturday, Aug ust 2nd. should not be forgotten by those who wish to make the trip at reduced rates and enjoy themselves with good company. Yesterday John Wren, who was employed on J.* F. Mann's ranch across the river, fell from a log and by a singular accident his neck just below the ear came in contact with a sharp snag which penetrated the flesh to a distance of nearly or quite two inches. The wound is not considered dangerous, but is very painful. A literary and musical entertain ment, under the auspices of the Good Templars' lodge, will be held in the Methodist church on Friday evening "ext. The exercises will consist of Y,, cal and instrumental music, dia l°gues, recitations and charades. Ad mission free. Everyone cordially in v >ted to attend. J be picnic up in the canyon near ^ L* Holliday's ranch has drawn a large fraction of our population out of b'wn to-day. It has not been the priv ilege of the Enterprise reporter to •'Ucnd. but knowing well the beauty the sjK)t selected, a.id the cool,pleas *mt day, we feel safe in saving that 'he picnic has been out*. a very enjoyable Hie grand hall of the National hotel in the 1 ark is said to present n gala M'l^arance every evening. Fifty or tourist guests are generally in • Glance beside a small array-of liffl'i* (,ll ' eis * ^ ,e great room is „ electricity, enlivened by • "• >»m the orchestra «ml .lancing iwlulg' il in.. The gav be as on as dc the of ni in m m in m scene with its ...... j. .... 1 eculiai combination of frontier life and , . .. 1U eas tern refinement, oca nm and its surroundings is ne ia piesents no duplicate in the world. A di uiuen fellow with one arm and a isieputahle appearance, rode bis loise up the depot platform while the I acihc express stood on the track. He made a bold effort to drive his horse upon the platforms of the coaches and. had a real woolly time un ti .. passenger, who was evidently moie of cowboy than the horsemen, diove him away from the depot. After the fun was over officer Wiiuett arrived on the scene, arrested the fel low and led him away. The passen geis on the tram, who hesitate^ be tween amusement and fright, evident ly l egard ed the scene as being charac tei istic of the wild frontier. PERSONAL POINTS. went to Helena yes G. J. Babson terday. M. lioth is back to-day from a busi ness trip to Gardiner. Governor Crosby is back in Helena from hi| eastern visit* J. A. Clark of Mammoth Hot Springs, spent yesterday and to-day in town. Herman Orschel returned at noon from a short excursion through the Park. A correspondent of a Boston paper was among the crowd of Park tourists yesterday. President Harris, of the Northern p acilic, is expected back from his Pa cific tiip in about four days. Ex-president C. B. Wright of the Northern Pacific, with his family went west to-day in a special car. John Halloran, C. II. Manley, W. Sheard and two other gentlemen formed a party who started this after noon for the Park. Independent: Mike Burns and fam ly and Jake Switzer and family left by private conveyance yesterday morn ing for a tour of the National Park. This office received a call yesterday from William II. Sh arts, proprietor of a printing and publishing house at Newark, N. J. He was on his way to the Park. Col. W. F. Sanders went east to-day bound for New York. He is so cer tain of Blaine's election that he al most feels a? if lie was governor of Montana already. Ciptain J. IÎ. Pearse, proprietor of the Lancaster hotel at Cook , is in own to-day buying supplies. He con firms the report of the strike on Lit tle Daisy, and says the richness of the whole district becomes daily more ap parent. Rich Strike lit the Little Daisy. Adolf Wetzstein, who arrived from Cooke yesterday, brings the news of a very rick strike just made in Major Arm strong's mine, the Little Daisy. A con tract hud been let to run a tunnel 100 feet to strike the vein of ore. After the work men had advanced a distance of 40 feet the formation became so hard that they abandoned the tunnel and began running an open inclined cut. In this cut they struck the rich ore body. Mr. Wetzstein saw specimens of the rock that showed wires of gold plainly visible with the naked eye. How large a body of ore there is subsequent developments will show. Major Armstrong will be at Cooke in a few days and will doubt less be encouraged to develop the mine as fully and rapidly as possible. 3Ir. Wetzstein says that representation work on leads throughout the district this sum mer has almost always resulted in a good showing, and prospects in the Clark s Fork country were never as encouraging as at present. I f. to Ï or Jl ley. lent one and The Black Hills Route. Sunday's Pioneer Press: The Marquis dc Mores was iu St. Paul yesterday on business connected with the establish ment of tiie Medora freight route to the Black Hills. He stated that the ware house being erected at Medora, for the accommodation of freight, is being rap idly completed» and will be ready for oc cupancy in a few weeks. He was satis fied Medora would be chosen as the transshipping point despite all reports to the contrary. He said tiie question would be finally settled upon the return of Vice-President Oakes, of the North b Pacific, to St. Paul. The Marquis ..as positive the Northern Pacific would uphold the Medora route for the ôiraplë reason that the company had contributed âpÉk U of is the and bis the He un fel be $2 500 toward the erection of the ware house, and would not agree to any other point as the transshipping place. Vice President Oakes is expected in St. Paul in a couple of days, and the Marquis will remain until tiie question is settled. in NATIONAL PARK HOTEL ARRIVALS. Mammoth Hot Springs. July 21, 1884. C. J*. Shorey, Montreal: E. R. Clapp, wife and child, Des MoinÄs, Iowa; S. E. Budloag. Minneapolis; C. K. Billings and wife, New York ; W.. II. Rowe, Des Moines; Scott J. Anthony, Denver, Col.; Sam F. Jones, Hartford, Conn.; C. F. Perry, Lafayette, Ala.; Thomas H. Smith. Cooke, M. T.; Thomas Robbins, Livings ton; John Richardson, Chicago; Chas. N. Clark, Dubuque; L. S. Fainten, M. C. Quinn, Menomonee, Wis.; D. E. Fogarty, Livingston; 31. Davis, Butte; S. F. Dun widdie, Brodhead, Wis.; Clias. Beattie, New York. Charles Atkins has been appointed general freight agent of the Union Pacific in Montana and Idaho with headquarters at Butte. SPECIAL MENTION. Billy 3Iiles lias just received a carload of wheat, chopped feed and bran. California pears at the Big Horn stores. Go to Mayo's for baths. Fresh pineapples at N. C. 3Iatthiessen's. Go to N. C. 3Iatthi essen's for wall paper. Try a hot or cold bath at T. R. 3Iayo's new rooms. Baled Ilay at 60 cents per 100 at T. P. 3IcDoaald's. Blueberries just received at the Big Horn stores. A carload of oats just received at Cur ran & Lenihan's. T. R. 3fayo has the finest bath-rooms in« Livingston. First California plums of the season at the Big Horn stores. B. Andrus, the tailor, makes a specialty on custom made pants. Horseshoeing, new shoes, $4 per set; resetting, $3, at Griffith's shop, lower 3Iain street. Go to B. Andrus, the tailor, for your fine suits made to order. Billy Miles has just received a train load of fine oats and baled hay. His prices are always a little the lowest, owing to the fact that lie buys in such large quanitites. A splendid restaurant outfit for sale. No. 9 Charter Oak stove, napkins, table cloths.knives and forks, spoons,castor, etc. Cost $200; sell for 25 cents on the dollar. Enquire of C. II. Evans at Metropolitan hotel. A NO. 1 milch cow for sale, Baker, lower Main street. Enquire of S- II, TV] EW TO-DAY—On £.nd after this date cross ing of Benson's Landing will be free. July!), 1884. " Piiilbrick & Co. kej. I j^OR RENT—offices single or with sleeping rooms attached, in the second story of Or schers brick building on Park street. Apply to f. Orschel & Bro. H AVING bought tha island lately owned by Burton Bros., I am prepared to deliver sand to any part of town as cheap as the cheapest. Geo. T. Young. Ï flOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.-The under signed will sell one desirable lot and dwelling house in good location. Also one most desirable house and lot in good location suitable for saloon or boarding house; or will exchange the above pioperty for horses or mules. "A rare chance for good investment. Apply to R. W. Oliver's fruit store, next to E. R. Dean & Co.'s. All ïjio Jl Yellowstone river two miles from Livingston, comprising SO acres of the best land in the val ley. The h usine ss of poultry raising is already established on the place, and it affords an excel lent opportunity for dairy farming and market gardening. With the ranch will be sold a team of horses, harness, wagon, three acres of potatoes, one hundred chickens, incubator, two hogs, vegetable garden, $100 worth of farming implements, a two-story honso, a barn 12x24, 2 log outbuildings each 12x15,2 boats, etc. For price and terms apply immediately to H. Bî Blair, Liv ingston, Mont.' Livingston Skating Rink, JULY 3 T 7 KÏ 1 - Positively One NligRt Only. U Who will deliver his new lecture Orthodoxy." Admission,.with reset véd seats, : $1.50 General Admission, : : - : 1.00 ESTTirketa for sale now at Cam pi h !1 & Mefii Its''drugstore, l*< stoffie-e huildirg. \ of 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, wliere nothing hut Special Brands ot Liquors^ and Cigars are retailed to k the trade, Also Fine Reading; Room equipped with upholstered furniture, in connection.. A place wl.tregent <n.*n will not be insulted, and where you will always get the BEST goods tobe had. 31 AIN STREET, : * : : LIVINGSTON m. T TOTAL ASSETS, $60,731,720.00. Home of J\ r ew York, Hartford of Hartford. Phœnix of Hartford. Connecticut of Hartford, Commeicial of Cal. Germania of New I ork (Scottish, Union % Notional of Edenbr'H Liverpool Sç London Sf Clole , (f Liv. New York Life Ins. Go., Cash0a|ital, $55,553,902.00 CEPERLEY & AYRAULT, Maiil Street, Livingston, Montana. OPENED JULY' 1ST, Wetzstein's Palatial ROOMS ^Under First National Bank building. Entrance on Second Street. M. Roth & Co. WHOLESALE. DEALERS IN Fine Kentucky Whiskies'. KEY WEST AND IMPORTED CIGARS. The Celebrated "Pride of Montana" Cigar a specialty—the best domestic cigar in the m m* kej. All goods sold at bedrock. APOLLO SPRINGS 7 Works ! Mineral and Soda Water A. LANDT, Prop» Keg and Bottled Beer Always on Hand. All kinds of Mineral Water, Soda Water Ginger Ale, Birch Beer, Champagne Cider and" Everything in this line manufactmed and sold at f his place. IF. O'IfcÆE-AJK-â. MERCHANT To all those who intend to purchase a summet* suit to call a his shop see samples and get prices before ordering elsewli You cannot get a better make east or west.. * f^T'Shop on "B" Sfreet: c jfgi Livingston Bak SECOND STREET. rmrn^ Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes; delivered daily by wagon. SiscteezD. I-oa^res for $-1.00 Opposite Pöstoffice.. We keep in stock a first-class; article of Beef, Pork, Mutton* Fish, Fresh Banch Butter and Eggs, Poultry and Vegetables; of all Kinds. 1 thos. p* McDonald ÄrtA