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The daily enterprise. [volume] (Livingston, Mont.) 1883-1884, September 27, 1884, Image 3

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Livingston Postoffice.
Open week days from 7 a. in. to 7:30 p
Sundays, from 2 to 3 p. in.
Money order and register business trans
acted from 9 a m. to4. p. m.
Mails going east and west close at 12:50 D.m
F. \Y . WRIGHT, Postmaster,
Laura McCormick, of Livingston,
lias been granted a divorce from James
Between 200 and 250 head of cattle
will be shipped before very long from
the new stock yards at Livingston.
George C. Miln and several members
of his company expect to make a trip
to the Park to-morrow and will return
on Thursday.
Two Angora goats, cosily nestled
m a wooden cage, arrived to-day by
express from the west. They came
from San Jose, California, and are con
signed to George L. Greyson, Living
Miss Hamilton, of Bozeman, is an
independent candidate for the office of
county superintendent of schools. Her
name came before the convention but
was not accepted, but as she needs the
office in her business she asks an inde
pendent election.
M. Volk and Charlie Ullrich, the
musicians of the Chicago Beer Hall,
have just returned from a tour of the
Park. The boys will discourse music
as of old at the beer hall for only
three days more, when Mr. Anbach
will remove to Butte.
A saw-mill, engine and outfit drawn
by twelve horses passed through here
to-day bound for the Judith Basin via
Big Timber and Martinsdale. It is
owned bv a man named Noble and was
formerly located on Middle t reek and
was operated by Mr. Jackson.
James George tells the Courier that
he was complimented by a recent al
lusion to him in the Enterprise as
being "more knave than fool." That
is the way »t was intended; many of
our readers were agreeably surprised
to learn of the truth of the quoted
Bishop Fowler and Dr. Reddy, of
Syracuse, New York, eminent clergy
men of the Methodist Episcopal
church, will hold services in the
church of their denomination in Liv
ingston, on the evening of Monday
next. Bishop Fowler and Dr. Reddy
have been attending the M. E. con
ference for Montana.
Alfred Myers has gone to Los An
geles, California, to fetch his family.
We intimated that he would probably
take up his residence upon Shield's
river for thirty days, which is suffi
cient time to qualify him legally to
represent the county in the territor
ial legislature; Mr. Myers is disposed
to do so.
A new station called Hamilton has
been opened on the Northern Pacific
in Gallatin valley. We are at a loss to
know whether this station does or does
not correspond witli Moreland, for
merly called Hamilton. At Moreland
(or Hamilton) a very handsome and
sufficiently commodious depot is just
being completed. Severn! fine build
ings compose the town, which is the
centre of a very fertile portion of the
A. M. Qnivy was in town again to
day alter a trip to Bozeman.
I. Orschel has returned from a Ion?
eastern trip and is now at Miles City.
George C. Miln and Adele Payne
will make a professional tour of Eu
rope next season.
A. Lawrence left yesterday for the
east. Uis departure numbers one good
man less in Montana.
Louis B. Hubbell. a former well
known resident of Miles City, died in
^t. Paul the on 23rd inst.
The Jerome Marble party of Massa
chusetts. who were here and in the
Park last year in the palatial private
car Edwin Forrest, are on their way
to Montana again. This time they
come on a hunting expedition.
Hon. Sam. Word, of Butte, was in
town a few' minutes yesterday. He
told our reporter he was fully satisfied
with the nomination of the Montana
democracy, of which he is a distin
guished member.
Guy X. Piatt, who has been for
years city editor of the Helena Inde*
pendent, has retired from that position.
He was not what we should call a
thoroughly good reporter, but was one
of the best writers in bis line among
the members of the Montana press.
P. S. Rountree, who during nearly
two year? has been a real estate agent
in Bozeman, was an eastward traveler
yesterday. Property moves too slow
ly to suit him and he goes east to en
ter upon his regular profession— news
paper work. He will probably be
numbered this winter upon the repor
torial staff of some paper in either
Minneapolis or Chicago.
George R. Tingle,Robert Pontet and
Harry Helms,of Glendive.andDr.H.H.
Bole, W. B. Webb and A. O. Linsley,
of Billings, all delegates to the Deer
Lodge convention, came down to-day
with their white Cleveland hats still
on their heads, though somewhat bat
tered. They stopped off in Helena!
yesterday and were actively engaged
during the 24 hours in imparting a
brilliant democratic crimson tint to
that sober-lined city.
Arrest of D. E Fogarty.
This afternoon D. E. Fogarty was |
arrested on the charge of embezzling
the funds of the First National Bank
of Livingston while cashier of that
institution. The specific complaint
upon which this arrest was made is
that Mr. Fogarty collected for J. J.
McGrath & Co., of Chicago, the sum
of $498.09 from Campbell & Merrill, of
Livingston, and did not remit the
money to McGrath & Co., and did not
enter it upon the cash book of the
bank. Mr. Baker, the receiver of the
bank, who made the complaint,
showed our reporter the abbreviation
"l>d." following the description of the
account on the register after it was
received for collection. That, be said,
was the only mention made of the ac
count or its payment on the bank's
books. Mr. Baker has a long list of
similar instance wherein similar de
fault has been made. Mr. Fogarty
explained the matter brifly as fol
lows: "Tom, Dick and Harry sent
accounts to the bank to be collected,
the collections were made, credited
and appeared on the books, but the
bank was short of money and did not
remit. It is easy to see that I am
clear of any blame."
The arrest was made by a deputy
United States marshal and the warrant
was issued by Judge Tower. Bail was
fixed at $3,000, for which as we go to
press Mr. Fogarty is seeking.
Church Announcements.
Congregational: Preaching to-mor
row at 10:45 by the pastor. Dr. Archi
bald. Topic: "Does death end all.'
Also, a lecture will be given at 7:30
p. m. Sunday school immediately
after forenoon service. Every one
invited. The choir meet to-night at
church for practice.
Sale of Tin Mine».
The following from the Black Hills
Journal of the 19th, gives an idea of
what is being done with the tin mines
roi a*. , .,
of that Vicinity: The first payment- of
$3,600 w r as made this week by Ward
A. Hepburn on the group of tin loca
tions near Hill City known as the Ger
tie and Mohawk group. As stated in
the Journal a short time ago, the total
amount for which the mines w r ere
bonded is $21,000, leaving $17,500 to
be paid on or before the first day of
May, 1885, before the property will
pass from the possession of the pres
ent owners to that of the company
represented by Mr. Hepburn. We
have made some mention of the prop
erty heretofore. It includes a number
of very promising locations. Work is
being prosecuted upon several of them
w ith considerable forces of men. The
gentlemen to whom this payment was
made are Messrs. Benedict, Simmons,
Gantz, Poznansky, Sterling, Coats and
An Unknown Suicide.
Husband man: A dead man was
f otmd in a vacant cabin near White
Sulphur Springs this week. He had
committed suicide by opening a vein
in each arm. He was penniless and
poorly clad. He w r as about six feet
high, black stubby hair and whiskers,
and dark, swarthy complexion. His
earthly effects consisted of a pip ,
lead-pencil, magnifying glass, spool
and skein of black flax thread, aud a
pocket knife with which the deed was
committed. He had used the «file
blade, which had the point broken off.
The brood showed that he had stag
gered about the room after opening
one vein, an! reaching the bunk hud
thrown himself down and opened the
I other. He hail been seen here but no
| one knew from whence lie came,
Novel Irrigation.
River Press: A novel method of
irrigation is shortly to be tried at
Great Falls for the purpose of irn~
gating the bench lands in that vicinity.
It is the intention to introduce a jum
bo pump below the Rainbow falls,
which will be operated by a turbine
wheel. It is claimed that any amount
of water can be raised to any height.
The power to operate the wheel is un
limited. and when in operation a body
of water like a small river will be
available for irrigating purposes. The
experiment of the jumbo pu 01 p, we
believe, has never been tried in the
territory, but in other portions of the
country it has been used with great
success. We believe this will be found
to be the best method for irrigating
ever tried in this section, and the pro
jectors of the en terprise are sanguine
that it will perform all that is claimed
for it.
Curran & Lenihan have just received a
large supply of wheat, oats, bran and
| cho PP ed feed > for ^ at lowest prices.
The Metropolitan hotel is again open
for business, under the management of L.
R. McGuigin. Good board and clean
beds. Give him a call. Prices reason
A carload of new oats at Billy Miles'.
A few more boarders wanted at the
Winona house.
Billy Miles has just received a train
load of baled hay.
The Roller Rink will hereafter be kept
open every night except Sunday. New
skates and new repairs just received. JF.
L. Mintie, manager.
Leo. Kahn is prepared to bike pictures
of babies by the quick jirocess.
D issolution— The co-partnership heretofore
existing between S. 8. Lawrence and J. 8.
Stuff, under the firm name of Lawrence <fc Stuff,
is dissolved by mutual consent.
8. S. Lawrenck,
Livingston, Mont. Sept. 26. J. s. Stupf.
S TORAGE—Parties who have household goods
or general merchandise which they wish to
store will apply to J. Fowlie.
H AY FOR SALE—Both first, aud second qual
ity. Baled in 150 lbs. baie9. Apply to Mc
Kenzie Jt c offin, Bismarck, D. T.
Sept. 22-3Ud.
N OTICE—All persons having accounts with
Campbell & Merrill will call and settle be
fore Oct. 1st, or their accounts will be placed in
attorney's hands tor collection without further
notice. Campbell & Me krill.
( J0-dfit.
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.
H AVING bought the island latelv owned by
Bnrton Bros., I am prepared to deliver sand
to any part of town as cheap as the cheapest.
Geo. T. Young.
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
Mrs. Eliott.
D issolution NOTicE-The firm of Lough
lin »Sb Brazil, heretofore doing business at
Cinnabar, Gallatin count}', Montana, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. T. Brazil will con
tinue tiie business, collect all bills and pay all
debts of the former firm. T. J. Loughlix,
T. Brazil.
Cinnabar, Mont., Sept. 11, 1884.
by given that the firm of Lilly & Murphy,
heretofore doing bnsiness 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. Lilly,
August 23, 1884. Geo. W. Mubphy.
D issolution notice.-T he partnership
heretofore existing between Rud. Anbach
and Win. Moore, as Anbach «fc Moore, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, Mr Moore retiring.
Mr. Anbach will continue the bnsiness, pay all
bills and collect all debts due the founer firm.
Rud. Anbach.
Wm. Moore.
Livingston, Mont.. Sept. 8, 1884.
Announcement Special
2 2STig3ats ! 2
Sept. 26,27.
The Successful Shakesperian actor,
Geo. O. ILÆiln.,
Sustained by the young and talented
WM. LLOYD, and a complete company ot
artists. Friday evening,
Ftiolielie-u. !
Saturday evening,
MISS PAYN in her remarkable impersona
tion of Lady Maebetn, and MR. MfLN,
as Macbeth.
Superb costume, magnificent Company,
The event of the season.
Admission, 75c, $1, and $1.60. Reserved
seats for sale at the P. O.. Drug Store.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
And the Best Brands of Cigars.
A most elegantly appointed Sample Room in rear of the store room, where nothing b
Special Brands of Liquors and Cigars are retailed to«the trade, Also .Fine Reading
Room equipped with upholstered furniture,-in connection. A place where gentlemen
will not be insulted, and where you will always get the BEST goods tobe had.
Real Estate, Insu ance,
Town Property for sale, improved or unimproved.
Agents for Eight of the Strongest and most reliable Insurance Companies.
Quartz and Placer Mine* for sale in Emgrant Gulch.
Quartz Lodes in Clark's Fork and Quartz and Placer mines in Mill Creek, Bear and
Orevice 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 e. tirelv new outfit, consisting of the
Finest Black Walnut Bar, Glass and Fixtures west of St. Paul, and new} Billiard and Pod
Tables I would respectfully solicit patronage from the public in general. Gentlemanly
treatment to all, ana none but first class goods will be dealt ont customers. Elegant Pri
vate Rooms in connection. Come and see me. FRANK WHITE.
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.
To all those who intend to purchase a fall or winter suit to call at hi«
shop see samples and get prices before ordering elsewhere.
You cannot get a better make east or west.
j^gf^Shop on U B" Street..
Main and Second Streets,
Fresh Bread, Pies and Oakes
delivered daily by wagon.
We keep constantly on fiand a first class article ol
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And Vegetables ot all Kinds
thos. p. McDonald

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