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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
ABbIVK. Pacific express, (going west) Atlantic express, (goinsr east) Freight No. 13, (going west) ...... Freight No. 14, (going east)........ ......9:50 p. m ..... 7:30 a. m depaiit. Pacific express, (going west)....... Atlantic express, (coing east» freight No. 13, (goinc west)... ..... 1 : p. m Freight No. 14, (going east;...... Livingston Postoffice. 0]»en week days from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m Sunday?, from 2 to 3 p. m. . Money order and regster business trans acted from 9a m. to4. p-.in. Mails going east and west close at 12:50 p m F. VV. WRiGllT, Postmaster, LOCAL LAYOUT Beaver Tom came into town yester day after 24 hours absence with the pelts of five beavers. It is said that Col. Sanders will speak in Livingston on Friday evening. He was greeted at Billings last night with flatteiing reception. The members of the Young Men's »Social Cluo are urgently requested to meet this evening in the office of the Daily Enterprise. On Sunday a very heavy wind was reported from Greycliff to Glendive. By a remarkable exemption the day was very calm and pleasant in Liv ingston. We should have said in yesterday's edition that E. O. Clark's National Park collection for the New Orleans Exposition will be a part of the Wy oming exhibit. Our rtaders will please excuse the preponderance of political report over ordinary news in this issue. Hap pily, political campaigns only recur at long intervals. The Northern Pacific has not yet published its New Orleans Exposition rates, but agent Hcfferlin is of opinion that a round trip ticket from Living ston will cost $90 to $95 Judge H. N. Maguire will speak in Fovvlie's ball this evening, advocating his independent candidacy for the of fice of probate judge. He will doubt less have a good audience. It is said by the Miles City Record that the new train schedule will not go into operation next Sunday as had been announced. Mr. Oakes on his re cent trip o - er the road objected to the hour at which such a change of run ning would bring the trains to Helena, and he countermanded the orders al ready given. It is believed however, that within the next fortnight, that the time table will be altered PERSONAL POINTS. Conductor McGurk is now running a freight train between Gleiidive and Dickinson. W. B. Webb, the leading democrat of Yellowstone county, went up to Bozeman to day. A considerable delegation of Liv ingston people went over to Bozeman to-day to attend the democratic meet ing tlieie to night. W. O. Gabriel, formerly known in Livingston as **Gube," is riding the eastern Montana ranges canvassing for the Stock growers* Journal. Mrs. J. H. Pearse, Miss Nellie Blair, Mr. It. S. Tappan and Mr. J. N. Shool bivu, all of Cooke, armed in town last evening for a short visit. They will probably start lor home again to morrow A. M. Guild went east today to pass tin* winter. He will spend about two weeks with his family at. Musca tine Iowa, and after that w ill report at New Orleans to a.-sist :n arranging the Montana exhibit which he has i larg«* miriest in, m tlie form of taxi dmnisls' articles contributed by him self. lie will spend the winter in New Orleans, and return to Livings ton m ibe spring. Northern Pacific Talk. New York «lispaieb: The report given out that the Union Pacific* is in control of the Oregon Navigation company's line, which the Noithern Pacitic has been negoLiat.ug. for, has Caused some ex«*itement on the «treat, but still more so w ill the statement of a Northern Pacific director, who in sists that his name shall be withheld, that his road is not anxious t«> secure the lease, as the b«»ard is determined on building its own line from Portland east to Wailula Junction, a distance of a little over 200 miles. The new line will parallel the Oregon Navigation line, but will run along the opposite north bank of the Columbia river. The route is perfectly feasible and will 1 certainly be built if the present man Montana Cattle at Chicago. Nelson Story sold about 600 steers an average weight of 1,302 pounds Chicago last week at $5. Flowerre Lowry sold 95 head, 1.421 pounds average, at $5.40 and 158 of 1,406 pounds at $5.27^. W. H. Martin, Montana, marketed 350 steers, 1,216 1,327 pounds, at $email@example.com, and 149 cows, 1,109 pounds, at $3.75. These ligures represent the general prices Montana cattle in Chicago last week. Thus far this season Montana cattle have been the best range stock on the Chicago market. During the past week about one hun dred head of cattle have been killed m railroad wrecks within five miles of Me dora. It seems as though the riot act ought to be read to some one.—Bad Lands (Dak.) Cowboy. Stockgrovvers Journal: 0. B. Menden hall, of Hunters Hot Spring, Montana, was in Glendive yesterday, and reported all stock in his section in fine condition and good shape for winter. He says the ranges in his vicinity are fully stocked, and the only drawback is the ravages by wolves. He has men at work putting out poison in every direction. SPECIAL MENTION. Choice Oats at Billy Miles' for $1 per hundred. Oats, Oats, at $1 per hundred pounds at Billy Miles'. A few more boarders "wanted at the WinoDa house. Leibig'sExtractof Beef for making Beef Tea at Campbell <& Merrill's. Wheat, Chopped Feed and Bran at re duced prices at Billy Miles'. T. R. Mayo has obtained the services of another competent barber, aud is now in position to at end promptly to the wants of all patrons. The Roller Rink will hereafter be kept open every night except Sunday. New skates and new repairs j. ist received. F. L. Mintie, manager. At Cost! Vt Cost!! We will sell our entire stock of lamps, lanterns and bird cages at cost for the next 30 days to make room for holiday goods. Campbell & Merrill. Announcement. I hereby announce myself an indepen dent candidate for the office of constable of Livingston precinct and solicit the sup port of all voters. Chas. Rosbrough. Announcement. I hereby announce myself as indepen dent candidate for Justice of the Peace lor Livingston precinct. H. H. Wilson. Announcement. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for '• be offi -e of Justice of the Peace, subject to the d "ision of the voters of Livhii,: uni precinct, and if rlecled will Imve no eneinie n to pun ish nor friends to fevor. 100 d 241. M. D. Kelly. KJOTICE—Cn and after November 1, 1884, a In j .Ternium will be charged o.i all exchange sold on the eaot or west by Dank of Livingston, d Oct :i0-Nov 1 A. u. Love, Cashier. Notice to the People of Gallatin County At the request of many voters of Gallatin coun ty, I hereby announce myself as an independent candidate for Co.m y Assessor, aed earner, iv co in it the s lpport of t*'e electJi'3, and if e'eclcd will discharge the unties of the o, ce in tee inter-, est of the people, so fai as my ability and exper ience will permit. Gboegk Dl l>j. James Thompson, Sec. Meeting j ,O.O.F.P..rk Lod* e,No. 17, at Frank s iic'keveiy Monday even ing at 7 o'clock Si»a. •>. Visiting mëmoevs cOidiallv in vie-*»». F. L. Mintie, N. G Livingston Lodg • .No. :;3, ewry r i liurstlay evening at 7 o'clock sharp. All visi.ing mothers terni» ir.v invite«. M F. L. M.'NTik, M. W. R. II. So.mH, lleeorder. ANTED.—A I iano to rent to a private farai VV EnTEKPi.ISE. N OTICE -The parlne.Vji;) heretofore existing as Dr Gilley «£ Co. is « usd .v dissolved by tun tual consent. A. AI. Guild continuing the busi ness, :!ud olleo mg all laims. A. m C ilu. Livingston, Oct. 1, 1384. A. U. D -v j-, ,v. c y. i'o j j.'sf STORAGE—I'm ties v/bo have hor^bolu goods Ö or geneial mere ns mise wuicn iaey wish lo store will a»ply ,o J. low lie I lTHOGRAPil pic iues of Livingston for J sa*e at this offi« e at Doeuts each; out no on rollers and maile« to an.v eJ. ress or 50 cents each. Daily Enter irise, Mviu .thou. H AVING bought tha island lately owned by Dur on Bros., I ara prepared to deliver sand to any part of (own as cheap as tae chesiest. G bo. T. Young. JJ IVIS WILLSON, [Late Register Bozeman Land Office.] 0.8. LAND AND MIHiNCr ATTORNEY. Over Sebree, Ferris A White's—same floor with U. S. I and Office. Kara Sntzrr, Bozeman, Montana. My Secono term of office having er oired. and jpy successor appointed,11 'ke pleasure in annonn , in* that, with an experience ol eight years as Fernster of the Bozeman Land Office, I am pro pared to practi**, andlo transact all business that S'ÄÄÄ'Ä t^ieir daims for record ; the------- 1 *" preparation at all nm Preemption, Timber Coal Law»; the pnw tneproo Bank Saloon, J. H. BOWMAN, Prop. Lower Main St., > Livingst FANCY DRINKS A Specialty. Also the Lest brands of Im ported end Domestic Cigars. Welcome gents ; Call again, Lower Mam Street FEED CORRAL, Billy Miles. Prop. BALED BAY, CHOP FEED, WHEAT and OATS for sale by the pound or in CAR LOTS. Best o:"care given tord Stock placed in my care. Prices Reasonable _ D M. REESE, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER STORE FITTING A SPECIALTY. Plans and Specifications given for any kind ot work. Office at the Brunswick Hotel c o ,-oc;soccoo ooooocooocoooc THE GILT EDGE! F. H. LORING, Prop., CHOICEST VIES LIQUORS and CIGARS. Princely frrniehed parlor rooms in connection. BRICK BLOCK MAIN STREET. ocoooccoooccoscoooocoooooo SECOND HAND Printing Office, Nearly New, FOR SALE CHEAP The material consists of one Washing ton Hand Press, one Pearl Job Press, with Type, Stones, Etc., in quantity to suit purchaser. Address, VEI&HT & HENDRY, LIVINGSTON, M . T JOHN O. SAXE & CO. NEWS AND FRUIT DEALERS, AND CONFECTIONERS. The latest eastern Dailies. Illustrated Journ als and Magazines always on hand. MAIN STREET. Hot. Cold and Shower 4 Baths at Nick Imo's Main Street Barber Shop. GOING EAST —OR— GOING WEST No matter which, the IS YOUR LINK, A« it will take you hi either direct ion between ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, G LYNDON, MOORHEAD. FARGO, CASS LET ON, VALLEY CITY. J A MEAT O VVN, MI N NE WA UK AN. (DEVIL'S LAKE) .MILNOR, LA mouke, Bismarck, manda n, GLEN DIVE, BILLINGS, LIV INGSTON, Yellowstone National Pari Helena, HÆ. T., rn and Rose hr 1 % Or. Domoiilhpii That the Northern Pacific Railroad UUlliulllUui runs the only Emigrant Sleepers, The only Day Coaches, the only Pullman Sleepers and the only Dining cars between St. Paul and Portland, Oregon. Fob information in regard to the Northern Pa cific Unes can be obtained free by addressing normation in regard to the northern ri « can be obtained free by addressing CHAS. 8. FEE, General Passenger Agent, St. Pan), Mini RUPTURE DEER LODGE, BÜTTE CITY, MISSOULA; SPOKANE FALLS. WALLA WALLA, THE DALLES, Portland, Or., Olympia, Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, B. C., »11 joints In British Columbia, and Alaska. Salem, Albany, 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 nothing b Special Brands ot Liquors and Cigars are retailed to the trade, Also Line Reading Room eqnipped with upholstered furniture, in connection. A place where gent em«» will not be insulted, and where you will always get the REST goods tobe had. • LI VINGST fia MAIN STREET, CEPERLEY & AYRAULT, Eeal 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 an# Crevice Gulches. Fine ranches for sale suitable for agricultural or grazing purposes. Frank White's Billiard and Pool Parlor! Brick Block under Enterprise office Petris. Street. ,% Having Purchased direct from the East an entirely new outfit, consisting of (Afc Black Walnut Bar, Glass and Fixtures west of St. Paul, and new Billiard and Pfinl ...... - ' Eh Finest Tables I would respect fully solicit patronage from the public in general. Gentlemanly treatment to all, and none but first class goods wil.l be dealt ont customers. Elegant Pri vate Rooms in connection. Come and see me. FRANK WHITE. APOLLO SPRINGS Mineral and Soda Water Works I A. LANDT, Prop. Keg and Bottled Beer Always on Hand. All kinds of Mineral Water, Soda Water Ginger Ale, Birch Beer. Champagne Cider .util Everything in this liue manufactured aud sold at this place. O'IÆEARA, 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. §31^ Shop on "B" Street. _^Ffl MEAT MARKET, We keep constantly on hand a first class article ot FRESH AND SALT MEATS. O P-H cs o fi Z3 -ri aj CO à pa BUTTER I EGGS, ETC. And| Vege*ablesot|all Kinds. thos. p. McDonald Bakery ! Main and Second Streets, * Pies and Cakes