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AftuIVK. Pacific express, (going west)............1:35 p. m Atlantic express, (going east)........... 1 :25 p. m Freight No. 13, (going west) ............9:50 p.m Freight So. 14, (going east)............. 7:30a.m DEPAKT. 1 'acific express, (goingwest)............ l; p.m Atlantic express, (going east)........... 1:35 p. m Freight No. 13, (going west)............ 10:$typ.m Fieight No. 14, (going east,............. 9:00 a. m Livingston PoHtottice. Open week days from 7 a. ni. to 7:30 p. m. Sunday?, trom 2 to 3 p. in. Money order and register business trans acted trom 9a m. to4. p. m. Mails going east and west close at 12:50 p.m F. W. WRIGHT, Postmaster, LOCAL LAYOUT the chilliest of the Last night was season so far. Leo. Kahn has removed his photo graph gallery to the upper story of Jas. Ennis & Co.'s building. A prominent democrat of Living ston is anxious to make a bet of $100 that Cleveland will carry New York. The gravel train is hauling ballast into the railroad yard here and a force of men is at work grading up the side tracks. The Ladies'Guild of the Episcopal church will meet to morrow (Thurs day) afternoon at th6 residence of Mrs. Chas. Berg. Bob. Oliver has s.dd out his fruit business next the Parlor Restaurant to a man named Wright. Mr. Oliver expects to go to Butte. The Pacific express is bulletined three and one-half hours late this af ternoon. It should therefore reach here about five o'clock. F. L. Mintie, Frank White, Major Lyman, Frank Martin, R. P. Vivion, * J. H. Mdnerney and others returned from Bozeman to-day. The republicans will nold a meeting in Livingston Friday evening. It will be addressed by Messrs. Goughnour, Potter, Alderson and others. Monday's traffic over the North ern Pacific, including grain and stock then in transit, was the largest day's business ever done by the road. Mr. G. J. Babson left this afternoon for another trip to Washington, D.C., where he will remain indefinitely. He has relatives in that city. G. L. Henderson writes from Mam moth Hot Springs: "I wish I could vote for Miss Hamilton I think sue will make a good school superintend ent." Mr. Ed. F. Ferris is in town busily engaged in examining and perfecting the condition of the various wires his agent here has laid to assist his elec tion to the office of treasurer. A man named Frank White who is hauling wood for Georg«? T. Young, was thrown from his wagon yesterday and suffered a dislocation of the shoulder. Dr. Alton rendered, surgi cal aid. The friends of D. K. Buchanan want him to take the office of road super visor of the district on the south side of the river which extends from oppo site town to the Boulder river. Mr. Buchanan would make an excellent officer Nick Huffman was seized with sudden tit or spasm this morning and fell on the floor of Draper & Mulkern's saloon. Later in the forenoon while driving his dray wagon at the head of Main street lie fell to the ground with a similar attack. The seizures were of short duration. Joseph K. Toole's appearance at Bozeman drew out the largest crowd ever gathered in the town on a similar occision. Hon. bam. Word w r as not there as advertised, but Mr. Toole as the leading speaker fairly outdid him sell and discounted former efforts It is described as "an elegant meeting elegantly entertained." Bishop L. R. Brewer of the Episco pal church will be in Livingston on the 23rd of November. It is possible that he will then complete arrange ments for Rev. Alfred Brown to make his headquarters at Livingston, hold ing services here and at Big Timber and Martinsdale. The Held which now includes Livingston, Billings and all the outlying stations is too large for one man to serve effectively The First Election In the Park. The National Park is about to be invatled by that invariable accom pani ment of American civilization an election. On th'e 4th prox. fesi dents of the Park will vote tor two justices and two constables for the Paik precinct, and for all the officers of Uintah county, Wyoming, which the Park is situated. Important NegottoygoM^For Hunter's Hot The Medical and Surgical Institute of Hot Springs, Arkansas, is negotiat ing with Dr. A. J. Hunter, of Hunter's Hot Springs to make some arrange ment by which some members of their faculty can be located there, with a business interest either under lease or partnership. The Institute at the Ar kansas Springs numbers four physi cians and surgeons and it would be arranged that two of their number with their fifteen years of experience in hot springs treatment would coma to Hunter's. A letter from the propriètoi of the institution, which we have had thé pleasure of reading, seems to express no doubt of the curative value of the springs, but only asks as to arrangements. It w'ill be a great acquisition to the Springs should these physicians locate there with their fame and experience. Then Hunter's Hot Springs would rapidly come to stand in the same re lationtu the north and northwest that the Arkansas Hot Springs do the more southern zone. * Deathbed Confession. From Butte comes the following cu ious siory: The sequel to the cold blooded and mysterious murder, four years ago, of John Denn, a prominent ind wealthy wholesale liquor dealer of lelena, has just come to light. 'He was accustomed to carry on his person arge sums of money. He was one day fouud in a cellar, beneath his store, with his skull crushed in from a blow of a hammer, and his pockets in side out. No clue to the murder was ever discovered. The evept created great excitement through out the territory, but has since been almost forgotten. Infor mation received to-day states that John Beck ne v, former keeper of a dance house in Helena and Butte, and who died some time agir in Pennsyl vania, made a deathbed cmfesslon of laving murdered Denn and robbed lira of S1Ô.Q00., He, followed Denn into tfie cellar. Where the latter went to fill a demijohn. and killed him with a hammer. Beckney lived in Helena for two yearns afterw'ard, and then moved to Butte. His confession has just leaked out. Canadian Pacific Prices. The fore«* employed on the Canadian Pacific road consists entirely of white men. Ordinary laborers are l aid !$2.00 per day, rock men $2.25 o $2 50. Foremen's wages are very low. Ties are contracted for at 18 to 20 cents, delivered. There is no saw mill near the end of track, and timber is all hewn. Scorers get $2.00 per day; hewers, $2.25. Piles aie delivered at \% cents p^r foot. The company hoarding house rates are $5.00 per week. One of the wmrst features is the irregularity of pay day. which occurs noout once in three months. Time checks are sold for about 75 cents on the dollar. The comer stone of a new Odd Fel lows' hall was laid at Butte on Satur day with imposing honors. Twelve men are at work on the new wing of the t mtorial penitentiary and it is expected that, the work will be completed this fall. It is reported that after its next trip the pay car on the Utah and Northern will l»e abolished, and Division Super intendents will he appointed paymas ters of their respective divisions on the Unioil Pacific and branches. Notice. All members, and all wishing to be come members of the Scratchers Club of Livingston are notefied that there will be a meeting of the club at Fow lie's hall this evening at eight o'clock. Come one, come all. Business of tan - portance. By order of its chairman, J. S. Bechtel. Wm. NElLSON. Secy. 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 Winona house. Leibig'sJSstract of 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, and is no# in position to attend promptly to the 'wants of all patrons. The Roller Rink will hereafter be kept open every trfgi# except Sunday skates and new repairs justreceivec iSSCi# At Cost! Vt Cost!! We will sell «ûr enlire stock of lamps, lanterns and bird cages at cost for the next 30 days to make room for holiday goods. Campbell & Merrill. - ■ ■ ^ ■ g .T it , •* Announcement. I hereby announce myself ( |n indepen dent candidate for the office bf constable of Livingston precinct and solicit the sap port of all votera. Chas. Rosbrough. Announcement. I hereby announce myself as indepen-1 dent candidate for Justice of the Peace lor Livingston precinct. H. H. Wilson. 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, and if elected will have no enemies to pun ish nor friends to favor. 106-d 241. M. D. Kelly. N OTICE—On and after premium will be charged on all exchange sold November 1,1884, ! Pi ' " J on the east or west by Bank of Livingston, d Oct 20-Nov 1 A. L. 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 County Assessor, and earnestly so licit the s ipport of the electors, and if elected will discharge the uuties of the office in the inter-, est of the people, so far as my ability and exper ience will permit. George Budi>. Meeting I.O.O.F.Park Lodge,No. 17f1 at Franks Hall, every Mdfcday even ing at 7 o'clock sharp. 'Visiting members'cordially, invited. James Thompson, Sec. F. L. Mintie, N. G HJEETING A. .0., U. W., Livingston Lodge No. 23, every Thursday evening at 7 o'clock sharp. All visiting-brothers cordially invited. ' F. U. Mintie, M. W. R. H. Norton, Recorder. W ANTED.—A Piano to rent to a private fami ly. Apply at the office of the Livingston Enterprise. 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 , ,. , . I, whaAavehousehold good I S TORAGE—Parties or general merchandise which they wish to store will apply to J. Fowiie L ITHOGRAPH pictures of Livingston for sale at this office at 2icents each; put up in rollers and mailed to any address for 50 cents each. Daily Enterprise, Livingston.. » ?' H AVING bought th» island lately owned by Burton Bros., I am prepared to deliver sand to anv part of town as cheap as the cheapest. Geo. T. Young. JJ4VIS WILLSON,, [Late Register Bozeman Land Office.] O. S. LAND AND muß ATTORNEY. Over Sehree, Ferris & White's —same floor with U. S. I.and Office. Main Street, Bozeman, Montana. My second term of office having expired, and my successor appointed,11 ike pleasnre in announ cing that, with an experience oi eight years as Register of the Bozeman Land Office, I am pre pared to practice, and to transact all business that may properly come befer* the U. S. Land Office ; the assisting of claimants in correctly presenting théir claims for record ; the preparation ot all pa pers under the Homestead, Preemption, Timber Cu tnre, Desert, Mineral and Coal Laws; the pros ecution of contests of every character. Also con veyances of all kinds made, and abstacts, plats and general information furnished. ë DAVIS WILLSQN. SECOND HAND 0 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, WRIGHT & HENDRY, . LIVINGSTON, M . T Bank Saloon, J. H. BOWMAN, Prop. Lower Main St., - Livingst on FANCY DRINKS A Specialty. Also the best brands of Im ported and Domestic Cigars. Welcome gents ; Call again, LttWeT Mum Street FEED CORRAL, SHIV Miles, Prop. BALED BAY, CHOP FEED, WHEAT und •OATS for sale by the pound or in CAR LOTS. Best of care given to all Stock placed in my care Prices Reasonable D M. RÈESE, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER STORE FITTING A SPECIALTY . Plana and Specifications given for any kind ot work. Office at the Bmnswiok Hold. Hot Cold and Shower sklioi M ?V : V. - hJSP f. 'Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Whiskies! MAIN STREET, Mnd the Best Brands of Cigars. A most elegantly appointed Sample Room in rear oi the store room, wherenothir^ h Special Brands ot Liquors and Cigars are retailed to the trade, Also Fine Rcadtjt Room equipped with upholstered furniture, in connection. A place w ere gen will not be insulted, and where you will always get the BEST goods tobe had. LiVINGST ùl CEPERLEY & AYRAULT A Real Estate, Insurance. AND MINING AGENCY, Town Property for sale, improved or un improved. Agents for Eight of the Strongest and most reliable Insurance Companies. Quartz and Placer Mine* for sale in Em grant Gulch. Quartz Lodes in Clark's Fork and Quartz and Placer mines in Mill Creek, Bear anä Crevice Gulches. Fine ranches for sale suitable for agricultural or grazing purposes. r Billiard and Pool Brick Block under Enterprise office Feirls. Street. , Having Purchased direct from the East an entirely new outfit, consisting of p^egt Black^Walnut Bar, Glass and Fixtures we*t of St. Paul, and new Billiard and I Tabl;-s I would respectfully solicit patronage from the public in.general. Gentleman treatment to all, ana none T vate Rooms in connection. treatment to all,' ana noneTmt first class goods will be dealt ont customers^Eluant *.a,a DAAmo in nnr,n^(.tinii Gome and see me. ritAii iv Tvniii,. APOLLO SPRINGS '©vver Mineral and Soda Water A. LANDT, Prop. Keg and Bottled Beer Always on 7 Works Hand. Alikinas of Miner*! 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 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. U^SpShop on "B?' Street..JgJI RKET, We keep constantly on hand a first class article ot FRESH AND SALT MEATS. CA AndgVegetablesotfcall Kinds. thos. p. McDonald Main and Second Streets, (Fresh Bread, Pies and Oakes %#