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X Altai VE. exilic express, (going west) ...........1:8B p. m iSintic express, (going east)........... 1 :ii5 p. m jÄt No 13, (going west) ............»SOp.m SJilht No. 14, (going east)............. 7:30 a. m r ' DEPART. Pacific express, (going weBt)............ 1 : p. m Atlantic express, (going east)........... 1:85 p. m } !ht No. 13, (going west)............ lOÆÛp.m flight > 0 - 14 ' ^ olng eaSt -'............. 9:C<) »• ® Livingston Postoffice. Own week days from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. Sundays, from 2 to 3 p. m. Money order and register business trans acted from 9 a m. to 4. p. m. Mails going east and west close at 12:60 p.m F. W. WRIGHT, Postmaster, LOCAL LAYOUT W. I). Newcomb has beeh appoint ed agent of the Northern Pacific ceal company for Bozeman and Livingston. Mr. George Haldorrf s father died a few days ago at his home in Philadel • pliia. As lie had been dangerously ill for some time his death was not unex pected. Tnis evening there will be a special entertainment at the rink. Skating will be the regular order until 9:30, after which a dancing programme will be carried out until 12:30. Music wil be furnished by the Livingston band E. M. Tower, our present justice o the peace, has entered the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal church, and lias been appointed to the charge of the congregations at Gallatin City and Moreland. He will notenter upon his work until after his trip to the east. Notwithstanding the published re port that Crawford Livingston retired from the presidency of the First Na tional bank of this town he still occu pies that position. He tendered his resignation but it was never accepted. Nor was C. W. Moore, of St. Paul, ever legally elected vice president of that institution. Ah Sing was his name; he ,had a fondness for wood that belonged to Fred Draper. Fred did not object to contribute somewhat to keep the Mon golians warm, but he needed the wood in this damp, chilly weather, and he made up bis mind that the Chinese were taking too much. So he secretly watched while darkness enveloped the wood pile and had the delight of nab birg All Sing as he slyly decamped with his arms full of that wood owned by Fred Draper. This morning Judge Tower heard the case fully stated and sentenced Ah Sing to warm himself by the fire in the county jail for the next thirty days. With the close of the season of 1884 in the Park it becomes a matter for speculation as to who will have charge of the private property there next year. The year 1883 witnessed the unfolding of w magnificent scheme to make the Park the greatest tourist re sort in the world. The year 1884 saw the partial collapse of that great plan and the passage of the schemers' prop erty into the hands of a receiver. Be fore another tourist season opens it seems very probable that there will be another turn of the wheel. The re organization of the Improvement com pany and its rescue from the receiver's control is the probable result. PERSONAL POINTS, T. P. McDonald went to Bozeman this afternoon. Sir Richard Temple, late governor of Madras, India, was in the National Park this week. Legli R. Freeman is publishing his great consolidated paper on wheels at Yakima, W. T. Miss Genie Boughton and Miss Min nie Hunter went to Hunter's Hot Springs yesterday and returned to day. Mr. J. Ellis, of Bozeman, who has been east on a business trip, contem plates opening out in Butte if he can procure a suitable location. Major James S. Brisbin, now com mandant of Fort Boise. Idaho, ai riv ed in town to-day. presumably to look after his fine ranch up the river. A. C. Logan, superintendent of schools of Custer county, went east to-day, returning from the meeting of the Masonic Grand Lodge at Bozeman. J. M. Holt, one of the heavy stock growers of Custer county and demo craaic nominee from that county to a seat in the legislature, was among to day's arrivals. Mr. George Haldom came horoethi8 morning on an engine and in company with Mr. Sargent immediately took the Park branch train that had %a*n waiting for them ana went up to Bear _ . ... Gulch, where they will remain until Saturday. ' ; & \ m m m m m ® a • a Mr. and Mrs. Aradin, who have been operating a station at the Great Falls in the Park during the summer, are again in Livingston. Fred Salisbury, who has been working for them is also back. W. C. Kingsbury goes east in a few days on his way to the New Orleans exposition. There he will have charge of F. J. Haynes' exhibit, consisting of a great collection of fine views of the Park, a cabinet of specimens and a revolving stereoscopic panorama of scenery in that region. He will also sell Haynes' views. Northern Pacific Exhibit. The Northern Pacific has had pre pared a magnificent map of the line of its road from St. Paul to Portland for exhibition at New Orleans. On the map are shown the latest lines of the system, the various cities and towns, with population and other interesting and in structive statistics. The work was done under the direction of Mr. Hollingsworth, of die engineer corps. Shot Hi» Step-Father. At Butte on Sunday evening David Ma gee fired a Winchester rifle at Charles Studer, the ball entering from the rear, shattering the thigh bone and inflicting a wound from which he will not recover. Magee is a boy of 16 or 17 years and Studer was his step-father. Studer and Magee's mother were married but had separated. Studer was in the habit of visiting his wife to which young Magee was opposed. Sunday evening he was just leaving the house after one of these visits when the boy shot him. He says he did not mean to hit his step-father but merely to scare him away. The Flathead». Ninety-five families of non-reservation Flatheads are still in the Bitterroot val ley, twenty-one of whom have consented to remove to the reserve. Fifty-one pat \ have been granted by the govern ment to those of the tribe in the valley, while others remaining there are occupy ing government lands without title there to. For right-of-way through the reser vation the Northern Pacific railroad com pany has paid to the secretary of the In terior for the Flathead Indians $16,000, and for timber cut on Indian lands,$5,458. The Indians are awaiting the distribution of this money, and they will probably soon receive it in such forms as the de partment shall direct. A New Paper. Miles City Journal : Accompanied by a full force of employes, Mr. S. A. Mar ney, the proprietor of the Stock Growers' Journal, arrived in the city yesterday. He has purchased an extensive printing estab lishment, in the east, and it is his inten tion to issue his paper early the coming month. He'll be assisted in the editorial work by R. M. Hathway, Esq. Exten sive encouragement has been extended to the new enterprise. Will Not Be Allowed. The secretary of war has decided that lie will not allow any portion of the Fort Keogh military reservation to be used as a location for stockyards. Last winter an act was passed by congress giving him power to grant the permission in his dis cretion; but he has declined to grant it. This is a somewhat serious matter for Miles City as the stockyards are now so located that they cannot readily be reach ed by herds of cattle, and many are driven to more accessible yards. Locomotive Engineer». A, San Francisco dispatch of yesterday says: The 21st annual convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers opened to-day. Three hundred delegates were present. The session was a public one. Mayor Barttett delivered an address of welcome. Grand Chief Engineer Ar thur made the annual address. The con vention will probably last three days. MONTANA NEWS. A detachment of the 17th Infantry has lately been transferred from Fort Yates to Fort Keogh. Jos. Russel sold a mine on Ten Mile creek for 8125,000 ; so says the Independent. Theodore Roosvelt, of New York, killed several buffalo during his recent hunting trip in Montana and Dakota. He is having the heads mounted and the hides dressed. Findlay McLennon fell nearly 100 feet into the bottom of a shaft of the ColuM mmeat Butte, and wm testant killml Ua was a nat.ivn rtf NAVI ]y killed. He was a native of Nova geotut, wbere his mother now lives. Ti Prof. Dewey, curator of metallurgy for the United States Museum at Washington, is now in Butte examin ing into the metalurgical process in use at the mills there. The knowledge thus obtained is to be used the New Orleans Exposition. Announcement. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of justice of the peace, subject to the decision of the voters of Livingston precinct. M. D. Kelly. Livingston. Sept. 30, 1884. 101 2t. SPECIAL MENTION. A few more boarders wanted at the Winona house. Baled hay, oats, wheat, barley, chopped feed and bran, wholesale and retail, at Billy Miles. The Roller Rink 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. N OTICE-.-The partnership heretofore existing as Bradley & Co. is this day dissolved by mu tual consent. A. M. Guild continuing the busi ness, and collecting all claims. A. m. Guild, A. H. Bradley, Livingston, Oct. 1,1384. B. F. Tolhurst D issolution— The co-partnership heretofore existing between S. S. Lawrence and J. S. Stnff, under the firm name of Lawrence & Stuff, is dissolved by mutual consent. S. S. Lawrence, Livingston, nont. Sept. 26. J. s. Stuff. S [TORAGË —Parties who have household goods J or general merchandise which they wi 9 h to store will apply to J. Fowlie. H AY FOR SALE—Both first and second qual ity. Baled in 150 lbs. bales. Apply to Mc Kenzie & Coffin, Bismflfrck, D. T Sept. 22-30d. 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 tha island lately owned by Bnrton Bros., I am prepared to deliver sand to any part of town as cheap as the cheapest. Geo. T. Young. D issolution notice-T he firm of Lough lin & Brazil, heretofore doing business at Cinnabar, Gallatin county, Montana, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. T. Brazil will con tinue the business, collect all hills and pay all debts of the former firm. T. J. Loughlin, T. Brazil. Cinnabar, Mont., Sept. 11, 1884. D issolution notice.—T he heretofore existing between Rnd. Anbnc and Wm. Moore, as Anliach & Moore, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Mr Moore retiring. Mr. Anbach will continue the business, pay all bills and collect all debts due the foimer firm. Rud. Anbach. Wm. Moore. Livingston, Mont.. Sept. 8, 1884. NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP Opened on Lewis St., near M. E. church. Wm. Nevenhuisen, Prop. Have had long experience in Eastern Shoe ng Shops and can make all kinds of (ft) Shoes. Defy competition in Shoeing Crippled horses. Do all kinds of Smithing and Carriage work. Also make new plow-shares. Give me a call. ST. LOUIS BEER HALL! 0HAS. MOORE, Prop. Beer by the glass or quart. — ALSO — GAMBLING HOUSE, Where nothing but square dealing is al lowed. Short Order Honse in cpnnection. Meals at from 25 to 50 cents, at all hours of the day. - ----- — r • — - Bank Saloon, J. H. BOWMAN, Prop. Lower Main St., - Livingston. FANCY DRINKS A Specialty. Also the lest brands of Im ported and Domestic Cigars. Welcome gents ; Call again, 'THE OASIS" J. LISE, Prop Lower Main Street, - Livingston. Fine Liquors and Cigars. Bowling Alley ani Fool Table In connection. Lower Main Street FEED CORRAL, Billy Miles, Prop. BALED HAY, CHOP FEED, WHRAT and OATS for sale by the pound or in CAR LOTS. Best of care given to all Stock placed in my care.. Prices Reasonable RUPTURE eared Dr Pierce* the only in the - omen. «*• Dr. of ether*, J at in Wholesale and Retail Dealer in the 2t. the at F. Pure Kentucky Whiskies^ And the Best Brands of Cigars. A most elegantly appointed Sample Room in rear of the store room, where nothing fc Special Brands of Liquors and Cigars are retailed tofcthe trade, Also < Fine Reading Room equipped with upholstered furniture, in connection. A place where gentlem» will not be insulted, and where you will always get the BEST goods tobe had. t MAIN STREET, : : : LIVINGSTON m. T CEPERLEY & AYRAULT, Real Estate, Insurance, AND S. 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 awS Crevice Gulches. Fine ranches for sale suitable for agricultural or grazing purposes. to in by at all Frank White's Billiard and Pool Parlorl Brick Block under Enterprise office IPeirls. Street. Having Purchased direct from the East an entirely new outfit, consisting oLA* Finest Black Walnut Bar, Glass and Fixtures west of St. Paul, and new Billiard and Pool APOLLO SPRINGS Mineral and Soda Water Works ! A. LANDT, Prop. Keg and Bottled Beer Always on Hand. AH kinds of Mineral Water, Soda Water Ginger Ale, Birch Beer, Champagne Cider aaS Everything in this line manufactured and sold at this place. ZE=>_ MERCHANT TAILOR, To all those who intend to purchase a fall or winter suit to call at his shop see samples and get prices before ordering elsewhere. You cannot get a better make east or west. 0yShop on "B" Street. ^ Livingston Bakery ! Main and Second Streets, and my «*• 7 ■ ri* es m o E 3 nrj And Vegetables of all Kinds THOS..P McDonald k r j Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes delivered daily by wagon. Slxteexa. Loaves for 5>l_OD MEAT MARKET, We keep constantly on hand a first class article ot FRESH AND SALT MEATS. m o Ph 1 ft CL) CD PQ «**•«'* **«,»: l. . ««