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ARRIVE. * Purifie express, (going west) ............1:85 p.m AtUntic express, (going east),.......... 1:» p. m Freight No. 13, (going west) ............0:6Op.m Freight No. 14, (going east)............. 7:80 a. m DEPART. Pacifie express, (going west)............ 1: p.m Atlantic express, (going east)........... 1:85 p. m Freight No. 13, (going west) ............ 10:50p.m Freight No. 14, (going east)............. 9:00 a. m Livingston PostofAce. Open week days from 7 a. m. to 7:80 p. m . Sundays, from 2 to 3 p. m. Money order and register business trans acted from 9a m. to4. p.m. Mails going east and west close at 12:60 p.m F. W. WRIGHT, Postmaster, LOCAL LAYOUT George Huston says Cooke will poll about 140 votes at next election. A band of about 300 Oregon horses went down the valley this morning. The autumnal equinox—equal periods of diiy and night all over the earth. Mrs. Macer has opened a restaurant in the building formerly occupied for a like purpose by the Oyster Bay. The Miln company comprise seven teen persons, and are said to receive, the highest salaries of any troupe traveling. About sixty recruits from New York were on yesterday's Pacific express, destined to reinforce the garrisons of forts in Idaho and Washington. The foundation of the new school building is complete, and the brick walls will soon begin to rise. Mr. Boughton, the contractor, says he will complete the work this autumn. Mr. A. W. Miles has purchased the residence building, the erection of which was begun by J. W. Welborn. He will finish it in handsome style and —well, he is going east this winter. Julius Fox, who for some time past has been a merchant of Cooke, is mov ing his stock of goods to Butte. He has undiminished confidence in the ultimate prosperity of the camp, and will return with the advent of blighter times. Lane K. Stone, the St. Paul banker, has brought suit against i . W. Savage & Sons, the assignees of that firm, and all its creditors to obtain a decree fore closing a mortgage for $6,000 given by the Savages on a quantity of Miles City property. Draper & Mulkern have opened bus iness in their new location. Their names are sufficient guarantee that they will obtain their full share of business. They have always conduct ed a neat and orderly saloon and al ways will. Major Pease's team made a wild start from its station in front of Don ovan's store this morning, and for a few minutes gave a graphic representa tion of two horses running away with a wagon. Little or no damage was done, however. Mr. Mentor Wetzstein informs us that he is now about completing ar rangements that will enable him to re open his Albemarle billiard parlor, probably to-morrow and positively on Wednesday. Of this fact we are pleased to learn. Mr. Wetzsteiu's place was an ornament and a credit to Livingston, and the circumstances which caused it to close temporarily were universally regretted. PERSONAL POINTS. Mr. George Budd of Bozeman was m town yesterday. II. Menor is in Livingston on one of his too infrequent visits. . Major Pease left yesterday for a trip to Cooke City to look after his mining interests. IV. S. Eberman returned yesterday from a trip to Helena and Butte. He is well nleased with both those cities. Geo. X. Smith expects to leave this week foi a visit to Sioux City, Iowa, where he will probably spend the winter. George Iluston arrived in town yes terday on his way to attend the re publican convention. His associate delegates from Cooke are P. F. Han' ley and Charles Eaton. M. Pyle, who operates T. P. Mc Donald's meat market and butchering business at White Sulphur Springs, met his family here on Saturday. They had just arrived from the east arid come to remain with him in Montana. Messrs. Becknell and White, two y°uug gentlemen from Brockton,Mast., have been in Livingston several days looking over the town and country and *ill leave to-morrow for (he Jhdfith basin with a view of entering into thé stock business. éd above two Suryeyor?Gettural John S. Harris* who is one of the commissioners of the New Orleans Exposition, passed throngh here yesterday bound for Glendive. He will return and stop at Livingston on Wednesday on business connected with the Exposition. George E. Barnaby, clerk in Lock ey's store in Bozeman, was in town yesterday afternoon making the ac quaintance of delegates to the repub lican convention. He is a candidate for nomination to the office of county clerk and recorder. Harry Horr was in town yesterday talking politics. A month or two ago he called and held a caucus for the ob solete precinct of Park, and had him self elected a delegate to the county republican convention. The county committee in its call did not recog nize the precinct, and Mr. Horr be gins to have an anxious realization that the convention will not recognize him as a delegate. A Case of Horse-Stealing:. Gardiner, M. T., Sept. 21st.—On Monday last Hank Harrington, alias '•Black Hank," and Smith Thompson "lit out" from this camp, after selling a double-seated carriage and two sets of double harness, with the four following described horses, which are the property of Geo. Ray & Bro. of Henry's Lake: 1 pair light gray hor ses, weight about 1,000 to 1,100 lbs., curly main, brands "Don" on left shoulder, between 8 and 9 years old. 1 brown horse, weight 975 lbs., no brands, but saddle marked, small star in forehead, 8 years old. 1 chunky bay horse branded "V" on left shoul der and "V F" on left hip, star in forehead, looks like a mare, is 8 years old. Black Hank sold the carriage and harness to Tony Earley. Mr. Thos. Rày, the junior partner, came over and discovered the theft and re plevined the carriage. Hearing will beat 10 a. m. to-morrow, after which Tom. Ray will follow the thieves. It was a well-known fact here that Black Hank was driving the team and in the employ of Ray Bros, hauling tourists through the Park. Mr. Tom. Ray is here detained to recover Ins carriage, after getting on the track of the tnieves. Mr. Ray is the chief of the Madison boys who followed the horse thieves last spring from Beaver creek, Jefferson county, and shot or captured the entire gang in Idaho. Black Hank and Thompson, with two others are identified with the parties who held up the tourists at Hell's Halt Acre, who were in company with Mr. Metcalf, a week or so ago. Black Hank was in Livingston last winter and cooked at Evans & Plummer's chop house, and will be remembered by all residents of Livingston. Thomp son is a man of 50 to 52 years; he has dark blue-gray eyes, and when talking squints the left one; weight 160 lbs.; height 5 feet 9 inches; hair dark mix ed with gray and incliued to be curly; middling heavy moustache, half gray; inclined to be stoop shouldered; had on dove colored plaid coat and vest nearly new, old gray pants which he wears inside his boots; talks of race horses and swears a great deal. The hoi ses were stolen on Monday night and traced to Yqnkee Jim's. They left. Jim's on Wednesday morning and probably struck across into Gallatin basin. C. Mountain Scenery. The landscape across the river south of town just now presents a picture well worth remembrance. The river fringed with trees varying in color from unfaded green through all the brilliant autumnal tints; the plateau above waving with goldeu grass, ex cept where a verdant ribbon marks the course of a narrow stream; then the broken foot hills dotted with patches of the most vivid yellow, red or more sober brown; next a belt ol sombre mountain forest—almost black by con trast with its surroundings; and above all towers the peaks of the mountain range, covered with snow that will not fade until touched by the rays of a July sun. These are the more strik ing features that go to make üp such a picture as only our mountain land can display. Big Potatoes. Six potatoes of the Early Goodrich variety, received at this office, weighed eleven pounds, and one of them weigh* éd above titfo pounds. They are as smooth and clean as apples—an unusual condition in such large specimens. Th& î**** On the ranch of County Commissioner S. L. Holliday, The aop . of whiçh they arq.% a yery large one—over 300 bushels to the acre —and many of the potatoes are much larger than those at this office, but not so smooth and handsome. We note these facts for the benefit of such read ers as may have the idea that the Yellowstone valley is not a good agri cultural region. It may be also stated that nowhere in the world can potatoes or other vegetables be raised that equal those of Montana growth for table ose. _ _ Richelieu. Bismarck Tribune. 21st: The Cardi nal Richelieu of Mr. George. C. Miln, as presented to the people of Bismarck last evening, was a scholarly, magnetic, finished and nearly perfect piece of acting. Mr. Miln does not in Riche lieu attain so near perfection as he does in Hamlet, yet the character, as acted, though not as read, is one which appeals more powerfully to the human heart. The audience last evening was larger and much more enthusiastic than on Friday evening, and all in all the entertainment was such an one as is vouchsafed to but few audiences outside the most metropolitan cities. Mr. Miln ranks as one of the first tra gedians of the age, and his support is unusually good. Bismarck will always accord the Miln dramatic company a hearty welcome. The Cambrian Mining: Company. Capt. Dan Edwards, superintendent for the Cambrian Mining company, which purchased the Menor Copper lode at Emigrant Gulch, has received directions and the requisite capital to at once begin work upon the develop ment of the property. In company with H. Menor, he will go up to the Gulch to-morrow and begin operations. The first work will be preparatory— the erection of cabins and sheds and the completion of arrangements to carry on work on the property through out the winter. This news will be hailed with pleasure by all interested in the prosperity of this country. It is the entering wedge of the investment of outside capital in the bonanzas of Emigrant Gulch. List of Letters» Advertised at Livingston Mont., September 22, 1884. Brown, Th Haldron, John Buchanan, Patrick B Harris Stephen Bedier, Z G Johnston, Mrs. C. Costello, John Kenney, Drews Coojier, James Knowles, W. E. Dailey, Mrs. Catie Merchants' Hotel Dolliver, Frank D. Maher, John A. Fitzpatrick, Charles Nicoleysen, Miss A Fee, John Richardson, A. P. Hotchkiss, D. H. (3) Reiley, George Hemstrought, R. L. Spicklemire, M. L. In calling for the above please say "Advertised," giving date. F. W. Wright, P. M. SPECIAL MENTION. A few more boarders wanted at the Winona house. Billy Miles has just received a train load of baled hay. The Roller ltink will hereafter be kept open every night except Sunday. New skates and new repairs just received. F. L. Mintie, manager. 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. H AY FOR SALE—Both first and second qual ity. Baled in 150 lbs. bales. Apply to Mc Kenzie & Collin, Bismarck, D. T Sept. 22-30d. l^OTICE—All persons having accounts with Lv Campbell & Merrill will call and settle be fore Oct. ist, or their accounts will be placed in attorney's hands tor collection without further notice. Campbell & Meriull. 90-dfit. H EATING STOVE FOR SALE.—Large coal heating stove for sale, at half price, as good as new. Apply at this office. L ITHOGRAPH pictures of Livingston for sale at this office at 25 cents each ; put up in rollers and mailed to any address lor 50 cents each. Daily Enterprise, Livingston. H AVING bought the island lately owned by Burton Bros., I am prepared to deliver sand, to any part of town as cheap as the cheapest. Geo. T. Yoimo. N OTICE.—Parties are hereby warned not to purchase anv of the goods or furniture, or building, from H. McGuire, who now occupies the same at Gardinei, Montana» Sept. 15-w2 Mbs. Eliott. D issolution notice—T he firm of LoHgh iin & Brazil, heretofore doing bnsiuess at Cinnabar, Gallatin county, Montana, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. T. Brazil will con tinue the business, collect aU hills and pay ail debts of the fjornuHr firm. T. J. Locohlin, c T. Brazil. . Cinnabar, Mont., Sept. 11, 1884. N OTICE OF DISSOLUTION—Notice is here by given that the Him of Lilly & Murphy, heretofore doing business in Cooke, Montana, is this day dissolved l>y mutual consent. Mr. Lilly will continue the business, assume all liabilities, and collect all accounts. John T. Lilly, August 23,1884 . Geo. W. Murphy. fVBSOLUTION NOTICE.—The partnership JL/ heretofore existing between Bad. Anbach hills MdcoUsct aUdsbtsdaethe foimer firm. Bud. Anbach. urt***,»«.**.«, m!**' M00 " - rlWftwftirmi sot • ' 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 b Special Brands ot Liquors and Cigars are retailed to*the trade, Also |Fme Riding Room equipped with upholstered furniture, in connection. A place where gentlemen will not be insulted, and where yon will always get the BEST goods to be had. MAIN STREET, : : : LIVINGSTON T CEPERLEY & AYRAULT, t v 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 in 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 Having Purchased direct from the East an entirely new outfit, consistingofiR« Finest Black Walnut Bar, Glass and Fixtures west of St. Paul, and new J Billiard and Poe! mmm « « V 1 V 1 f 11 ___V • _ ? A__ A. ___— _— __ it.« .... 1.1 « ^ Cm A 1 HaTI 41 lit! Tables I would respectfully solicit patronage from the public in general. Gentlemanly treatment to all, and none bat first class goods will be dealt out customers. Elegant Pn vate Rooms in connection. Come and see me. FRANK WHITE. APOLLO SPRINGS * Mineral and Soda Water Works ! 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 manufactured and sold at this place. MERCHANT TAILOR, To all those who in tend to purchase a fall or winter suit to call at his shop see samples and get prices before ordering elsewhere. Yqu cannot get a better make east or west. gg^-Shop on "B" Street.,^ Livingston Bakery i Main and Second Streets, Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes delivered daily by wagon. Loaves MEAT MARKET, We keep constantly on hand a first class article of FRESH AND SALT MEATS. 5—I © P-H JLorA\ 9 s ■ And Vegetables of aU Kinds ? . A u *" . ? * U..Î ;THOS. P. m ieA'âê, I ■f-i