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( , ;i ] n) iik dealers have concluded to increase t!ie price of tliat article. j-jiP r oad from here to White Sul vprings is very muddy and heavy £0 tint (earns make but slow time, jorrv Ilaley came up yesterday from Timber, where he lias been at w ork on the bridge, to obtain treat ment fur a severe wound in his foot, inflicted with an adze. On Saturday of this week the ad journed meeting of county commis sioners will be held in Helena to de cide upon a uniform system of taxing \ortliern Pacific property in the var ious counties of the territory. Vhomimible weather ! Every cloud that comes up from the horizon seems overloaded with moisture and seems to seize this particular locality as its point of attack. The weather is not g0 chilly as a few days ago, but not less disagreeable. There seems an opinion current that the term of S. L. Holliday as county commissioner expires this year and that a successor to him is to be elected this autumn. The idea is widely erro neous; Mr. Holliday holds office for yet four years to fill his term of six years. The member of the board whose term expires this year is C. W. Hoffman. PERSONAL POINTS. ,T. A. Hall of Cooke was in town yesterday. R. II. Norton went to the Helena fair to day. S. !.. Holliday went to Helena to day to attend the fair. William Moore, late of Anbach & Moore, left to-day for Butte. Mr. Daniel Lee, of Bozeman, is among visitors in Livingston to-dav. Elias Sperling, a prominent mer chant of Cooke came down on to-day's train. Mentor Wetzstein returned last eve ning from a visit to White Sulühur Springs. Mr. Carpenter, the new superintend ent of the Park, enters upon his du ties to-day. Rev. A. F.King and Edwin Fresh field, of Oxford College and J. Gra ham of London, England, were among Park tourists at the Albemarle hotel yesterday. Two daughters of assistant superin tendent G. L. Henderson, of the Na tional Park went east to-day to spend one year at Prof. Thayer's female col lege at Chicago. L. Taylor, general townsite agent of the Northern Pacific, was on to-day's Pacific express. He stopped in Liv ingston only long enough to have some conversation with J. H. Elder, the lo cal agent. •Sheriff C. P. Blakely and County Clerk M. M. Black are in town this afternoon. They are both feeling well over the victory gained at the Boze man primary yesterday, and are in clined to take it as an augury of suc cess at the convention and on election day. From Cooke City. • Gentlemen just arrived from Cooke ffy bringing most encouraging news r °ni the rich district surrounding camp. The Little Daisy is at 'acting most attention as work pro e els. The tunnel upon which work as been progressing of late has cut hr° u gi| ;i L 0 dy 0 f ore twelve feet in h'ekness, and sampling over $100 per It is also stated upon authority la t seems indisputable, that sped nens of ore showing wire gold have leen from the same tunnel. It 'ill be remembered that ore of that j^arkable character was taken from 0utc,0 P of the lead, and there is °?f rea son to believe that the wi*e 0 bas again been found in the ore in m in where tapped by the tunnel. Neither the owner. Major Armstrong, nor any one employed about the mine, has in formation to impart on the subject. ihe Homestake, the Josephene and the Red Mountain are being developed and promise as rich as the Little Daisy and the Republic have been proven. Hie work of the season of 1884 in the Clark ? s Fork district has revealed good reason for the strong confidence that those best acquainted with that region have always reposed in the prospects. The reports received to-day from reli able and conservative gentlemen are more flattering than any that have preceded them. The boom which that district will certainly enjoy can not long be delayed. The National Hotel. Mammoth Hot Springs correspond ence of the Pioneer Press* Since June 15th of this year up to the present time the number of visitors registered at the hotel is 1,725. The revenue thus derived is not enough to pay the current expenses of the hotel. The hotel heavy indebtedness of the com pany, $75.000, is thus increasing, with no possibility of any reduction this year. The receiver, Mr. Hulme, is authority for the statement that the daily expenses of conducting the hotel and the four "camps" or branches in the Upper and Lower Geyser basins is $300, fifty men being employed. Hatch's contract is, of course, nullified by his failure to provide the funds and make the improvements as agreed, and his lease can at any time be rescinded. What policy Secretary Teller intends to pursue, however, in relation to the matter is not known. Receiver Ilulme thinks that a reorganization will be effected, but he is unable to state posi tively as to that. It seems to be the general impression at the hotel that a second collapse can not long be avert ed, and should one occur it is likely that the government officials will take good care hereafter to give a lease only to responsible parties who may be de pended upon to conduct the hotel en terprise on correct business principles. Receiver Hulme seems to be a compe tent men for his present position, but he arrived too late. It is a consoling reflection, however, to know that the failure of the Park hotel does not seri ously lessen the attractions of the na tional pleasure ground, and that what ever may happen to Mr. Hatch's hos telry, the park will always be a popu lar resort for lovers of the grand and beautiful in nature. The Primary Election. The primary poll held yesterday af ternoon to select twelve delegates to the county democratic convention ex cited comparatively little interest, and only 95 ballots were cast, one of which was a blank. The vote stood as fol lows: J. E. Hendry, 94; J. A. Sav age, 93; H. M. Sloan, 91; F. L. Min tie, 90; N. Imo, 90; D. J. Kennelly, 89; J. P. Nolan, 85; J. Halloran, 81; J. H. Mclnerney, 80; R. H. Norton, 73; J. H. Elder, 72; J. J. McBride, 54; M. Roth, 40; scattering, 17. The first twelve named above are the dele gates who* will represent the town ot Livingston at the county democratic convention which meets in Bozeman *at 12 o'clock, noon, on Monday next. New Precincts. Among new precincts established by the county commissioners at their last meeting were the following: Mission creek, at Ben V. Clark's; Shield's river, at Ben Myers'; Cas cade (above lower canyon on east side) at Allan's; Chico; Timberline; Mon forten's, and several others in the western part of the county. Bozeman was divided into two voting precincts. Found Drowned. * The sheriff received a telegram last night from Jeff. Payne, of Stillwater, stating that the body of a drowned man was found on the bank of the river near Stillwater. Judge Mathe son left by this morning's train to bold an inquest, the coroner having left town yesterday.—Billings Herald. This was doubtless the body of the man McMahon drowned a week or more ago at Reed's Point. The Bozeman Primary. The democratic primary meeting at Bozeman yesterday afternoon seems to have developed into a warm and de termined contest. The fight centered over the candidacy of Sheriff Blakely for renomination and the opposing tickets were distinctively Blakely and anti-Blakely. His opponent in the struggle for the nomination was T. L. Dawes, backed by ex-sheriff Macken £Td Vfew Jfn. Blakely woo overwhelmingly. Below are the names of the delegates of the Blakely ticket, and following them are the majorities of each over the oppos ing delegate on the other ticket: F. K. Armstrong, 167; S- H. Crockett, 212; W. W. Wol verton. 154; Wm. Ellis, 153; J. W. Ponsford, 151; S. A. Bostwick. 157; John W. Nelson, 168; John Hows, 169; Jacob Oakwood, 153; N. E. Davis, 147; H. Bremer, 167; Geo. W. Monroe, 226; Dan Lee, ,158; P. P. Worsham, 151. Alternate dele gates were also elected. Mining: in Alaska. The steamshi p Idaho, bound for Alaska, iias on board a stamp mill which, it is said, cost $160,000. The mill has 120 stajnps, and by the time it is erected and in working order on Douglass Island it will have cost its owners probably $250.000. Among the owners of the mine are James Freeman, Colonel Fay, Ned Fay, H. Hill and Senator J. P. Jones. This island is between Admiralty island and the mainland of Alaska, or to be more particular.in latitude 50%degrees north and in longitude 124 degrees 24 minutes west. The owners, it is said, are very confident of having a bonanza that will astonish the world. Mysterious Disappearance. Herald: A man named George Cardwell has been missing for two weeks from SI usher's St. Louis hotel, Helena, where he left his baggage and property as an architect. It appears that Cardwell was employed as a car penter on the Christian church, on the west side, and had furnished drawings which he offered as plans for the Masonic Temple. He did not draw his wages for some time before his disappearance, and there is a mys tery about his absence that needs to be cleared up. In reply to inquiries from special agents of the land office and other interested per sons, Commissioner McFarland of the Land Office has made a rule construing the timber and stone act of June 3, 1878, which applies only to the Pacific slope. He holds that where any legal sub-divis ion of an entry under that act is suscepti ble of cultivation when stripped of its timber, such subdivision must be excluded from the entry as not coming within the provisions of that act. A third artesian well has been bored in Miles City and water attained at about the same depth as in the other two—350 to 400 feet. Near Fort Custer a company of vigi lantes shot a man m the neck, suppos ing him to be a horse thief and made his partner prisoner. Being convinced that they were not thieves they let them go. SPECIAL MENTION. The Roller Rink will hereafter be kept open every night except Sunday. New skates and new repairs just received. F. L. Mintie, manager. You can always get a fresh glass of beer at the Appollo Springs Brewery. Leo. Kahn is prepared to take pictures of babies by the quick process. Go to Billy Miles, lower end of Main street, for Oats, Wheat, Bran, Chop Feed, Barley and Baled Hay, wholesale or retail. L ITHOGRAPH pictures of Livingston for sale at this office at 25 cents each ; put up in rollers and mailed to any address for 50 cents each. Daily Enterprise, Livingston. T AKE NOTICE.—All persons whose licenses have expired will call at Geo. W. Metcalf & Co.'s office and pay the same to Geo. W. Metcalf, deputy collector of Gallatin county. Livingston, Mont., Sept. 4, 1884. 79d6t H AVING bought tha island latelv owned by Barton Bros., I am prepared to deliver sand to any part of town as cheap as the cheapest. Geo. T. Young. N OTICE is hereby given that on and after September 15th milk will he retailed in Liv ingston ar 10 cents uer quart. D. J. Kennei.lt M. A. Goughnour & Co. John McGee 83-a3t. Joseph McDonald. N OTICE OF DISSOLUTION—Notice is here by given that the firm of Lilly & Murphy, heretofore doing business in Cooke, Montana, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Lilly will continue the business, assume all liabilities, and collect all accounts. John T. Lillt, August 23, 1884. Geo. W. Murpht. D issolution notice.—T he partnership heretofore existing between Rud. Anbach and Wm. Moore, as Anbach & Moore, is this day dissolved by mntnal consent, Mr Moore retiring. Mr. Anbacn will continue the business, pay all bills and collect &1 debts due the foimerflrm. Rud. Anbach. Wm. Moore. Livingston, Mont, Sept. 8, 1884. N OTICE.—Parties owing Bradley & Tolhurst for worx will call and settle for the same before October let or the jobs will be sold to pay "ar A. H. Bradley. N OTICE. Treasury Department, ) Office of Comptroller of the Currency, J Washington, Anglist 25,1884. t Notice is hereby given to all perlons who may have claims against "The First National Bank of Livingston," Montana Territory, that the same mart be presented to Charles A. Baker, Receiver, D ' pMr " iArtto, r p, ^ w E. Xj_ BOTOKTOIT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Pure Kentucky Whiskies! And the Best Brands of Cigars. A most elegantly appointed Sample Room in rear ol the store room, where not long bu Special Brands ot Liquors and Cigars are retailed togthe trade, Also line heading Room equipped with nphelstered furniture, in connection. A place where gn ; em^n will not be insulted, and where you will always get the BEST goods tobe had. MAIN STREET, : : : LIVINGSTON u. T CEPERLEY & AYRAULT, Real Estate, Insurance, AND MINING AGENCY. Town Property for sale, improved or unimproved. Agents for Eight of the Strongest and most reliable Insurance Companies. Quartz and Placer Mines for sale in Emgrant Gulch. Quartz Lodes in Clark's Fork and Quartz and Placer mines în Mill Creek, Bear and Crevice Gulches. Fine ranches for sale suitable for agricultural or grazing purposes. Frank White's Billiard and Pool Parlor! Brick Block under Enterprise office Park Street. Having Purchased direct from the East an entirely new outfit, consisting of the Finest Black Walnut Bar, Glassand Fixtures west of St. Paul, and newjBilliard and Pool Tables I would respectfully solicit patronage from the public ili general. Gmtemanlj treatment to all, and none but first class goods will be dealt out customers. Elegant Pri vate Rooms in connection. Come and see me. FRANK WHITE. APOLLO SPRINGS BrewerY, Mineral and Soda Water Works ! A. LANDT, Prop. Keg and Bottled Beer Always on Hand. All kinds of Mineral Water, Soda Water Ginger Ale, Bircli Beer, Champagne Cider and Everything in this line manufactured and sold at this place. IF. O'IMUC-A^-â-, MERCHANT TAILOR, To all those who intend to purchase a summer suit to call a his shop see samples and get prices before ordering elsewhere. You cannot get a better make east or west. f-W'Shop on "B" Street. „jjFl Livingston Bakery ! Main and Second Streets, Fresh Bread, Pies and Oakes delivered daily by wagon. Sixxteexa. X-osuttos fox $1.00 Opposite Postofflce. We keep in stock a first-class article of Beef, Fork, Mutton, Fish, Fresh Ranch Butter and gs, all Kinds. thos. p. McDonald