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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
ABaIT X. Incihi express, (going west)............1:35 p. ih Atlantic express, (going east)........... 1:2o p. m Freight No. 13, (going west) ............9:50 p.m Preiuht No. 14, (going east)............. 7:30 a. m DEPART. Pacific express, (going west)............ 1: P- m Atlantic express, (going east)........... 1:35 p. ra Freight No. 13, (going west)............ l0:5Up.ra J- 1 t-i-lit No. 14, (going east;............. 9:00 a. m Livingston Postolfice. Open week days from 7 a. iu. to 7:30 p. in. Sunday?, Irora 2 to 3 p. m. Money order and register business trans acted from 9a in. to4. p.m. Mails going east and west close at 12:60 p m F. YV. WRIGHT,Postmaster, Hurrah For Cleveland! To-night, at 7:30. meet in trout of the Bank of Livingston to celebrate Cleveland's election as President of the United States. LOCAL LAYOUT The Northern Pacific has commenc ed laying track on the line between Ashland and Superior. The Young Men's Social Club dance last evt ning w*as very largely attended and was one of the most pleasant ever held in Livingston. W. J. MeCoru iek. of Missoula. Con Kohrs, of Deer Lodge, and other cattle men of Montana will attend the Na tional Stockgrowers* convention at St. Louis, which meet November 13th. There is a merchant of Livingston who gets his printing done in Boze man. His name is HicksJ We have no objection whatever to him getting his printer's ink there, but we should like to have him depend on that town for his trade. A detective who has been operating in Livingston during two or three weeks past left yesterday. He gave himself out to confidential friends as a counterfeit money detective, hut whether that was really his business or not, or whether lie made any dis coveries during his sojourn here can only he surmised. * in side row he on and of .»la it w PERSONAE POINTS. of Mr. A. L. Love, of the Bank of Liv ingston went to Billings yesterday. Mr. Link, of the firm of Hobbs &> Link, livery stable proprietors of (jar diner, was m town to-day. Mr. James Connelly, of Chico, one of the leading merchants of the Up per Yellowstone, came dow n last eve ning and returned to day. CapL. Joint Mullan, who laid out the famous Mullan road from .Wall i YValla to H* leua was lately in Missoula. He is now a commissioner of Indian schools. F. F. Fridley, of Fridleyville. is in town today. He is offering to bet anv sum of money that within 5 years Emigrant Gulch will show the best mining camp in Montana. Mr. John Douglas, special agent of the treasury department, and lather of G. J Douglas, late of Livingston, was on to-day's train returning to M. Faul from a irip to Helena. Missouliau: YY r . A. Ridgeway, late local agent of the Northern Pacific in this city, iias been transferred to Gar nson, and the agency here is now filled by John A. McGregor, who has heretofore been located at Bismarck. YViliiaui Burton has lately returned from a lour of Wyoming. lie returns • here satisfied that the present »lid fu ture of M<vnt*na look bette*' than in tin* sister territory. He visited ihe oii district oi YVyoming and while there saw Pennsylvania oil experts wno told him that the pro-poets m Wyoming were better than in the Pennsylvania oil region before the hit tel was developed. D. ed Clarke's Fork and Cinnibar Railway. Mi. .iiid Mrs. C. T. Hoeari have gone to Washington to spend the win ter. Mr. Hobart will wink tortile Cl oke's Fmk & Cinnabar railway lull duri.gihe session of congress. In coinuM-iion with this mention it may be said that two lines of action in re gard to that bill are advocated res pectively by fviends of the bill. Ma jor Maginnis and Gov. Cros'-y advocate an amendment to Senator Vest's Park bill now before the senate which shall ut off t he northeastern portion of the Park and permit the proposed railway to pass along its route without en croaching on Park domain. The por tion proposed to bo segregated is en tirely uninteresting. Other friends of the bill believe it proper to push the right of way bill now before congress though they would be willing to agree to toe other, provided th.jr «hraght it wouldpu*. 'ftellgtow* Notices. Methôdist: Services at the M. E. church next Sabbath will be as follows; Preaching in the morning at 10:30 and in the evening at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday school at 12 m. Morning topic. "Way side opportunities:" evening, "The wisdom oi Submit, n." Congregational: Preaching to-mor row N at 11 a. m. by pastor Dr. Archi bald. Topic: "The marriage of the king's son." Also a lecture will be given at 7:30 p. m.; topic; "The na tion's hope, and political confusion." Services will be held ou Main street. Every one most cordially invited. Church Sociables. The ladies of the Congregational church held two meetings during the past week and decided toehold mite sociables every second week. The first of those pleasant gatherings will he held next Tuesday night at the old stand of Lawrence & Stuff on Main street. Mrs. Matthiessen. Mr. YY'etz stein and others have promised to sing on that occasion. There will be cake and coffee sened at the nominal price of ten cents. Election of officers took .»la ce during the w eek as follows: Mrs. Matthiessen president, Mrs. Burch and Mrs. YY r illard vice-presidents, Mrs. ^aBarre secretary, and Mrs. Carver treasurer. The primary object of those contemplated sociables being for people to spend an enjoyable evening and get acquainted with each other, it is hoped they will be largely patron ized. • ' * New Telegraph Line. The last pole of the telegraph line I'rom YVhite Sulphur Springs to Town send was set opposite the Husband man office last Sunday. Mr. Berry w ill have the wire up and the line .in operation some time this mouth Prospective Marriage. To morrow evening is set for the marriage of Mix X Borchaidt, post master of Miles Citv and Miss Mun ter, daughter of Mr. Munter, the fur niture dealer of Bozeman. Both parties are of the Jewish aristocracy of Montana. • A Bozeman Swindler. Bozeman telegram t<* the Pioneer Press. 5th: ll has just come to light that J). L. Miles, the expert of tlit D. M. Osborne Machine company, has taken French leave of his numerous creditors in this city and has embez zled Hrge sums of money entrusted to his care by O -.borne & Co. ami Y\ . H. Tracy, a wealthy grain dealer of # tli«s city. The amount of his defalca tion is not known, but is suppos ed to be quite large. YYhen last seen lie w r as aborad til • east, bound train. He is a very tall, dark-com plexioned mm, rather thin, with* a long nose and looks like a typical Brother Jonathan iu dn s> and appear ance. Tracy has started the sheriff on his track and will spare no expense iu having him hunted dow n of it Change of Time of tlie U. & N. It is slat, d iIicm* v\ iii be a change in the running of trains over ihe Liali and Northern about the first of next mon lli. At that time Butte will he made a leimiiim*, and ihe line fiom Butte to Gam son will be run as a nraiiHi. and ihe tiains on it will run to suit the convenience of the people along Hm It *e mi»l tlie trains on the Northern pacific. The* action will be taken because of tlie expected couliec lion of the Oregon Short Line and the Oregon Railway und Navigation con - puny's line m ldulm, whm» Union Pa cilic through puss* iig is will fie sent uv« i lfio>e mads and not b\ GuiiisoO and tfie X. P. Y, Howstoiie Journal: I he calendar oi I lie District .0*»nrt »or iheNovein t»er term contains an aggregate of 16Ö cases, of which Him ly-seven are enue mal, and the remainder civil. At Cost! At Cost!! We will sell our entire stock of lamps, lanterns aud bird cages at cost for tlie next 30 days to make room for holid ay goods. * Campbell «te Merrill. SPECIAL MENTION. Leiblg'aExtractofBeeffor making Beef Tea at Campbell & Merrill'». Vnules_ A car load of Michigan apples just received at N. C. Matthieu*®» Big Horn Stores. Hop Wah has removed his laundry from Lewie street to Sain Sing's place on Park street next to Merchant» Hotel. AU p - ties , having clothe» at Hop Wah e tberefeie c»Uf .it S»m Misa Nash, having reopened her i jpüösa®* üng lug at 7 o'clock sharp, members cordially invited. James Thompson, Sec. P. L. Miktie, N. G sharp R. H. Norton, Recorder. F. L. Miktie, M. W. L ITHOGRAPH pictures of Livingston for sale at this office at cents each ; put np in rollers and mailed to any address lor 50 cents each. Daily Enterprise, Livingston. D 1VIS WILLSON, [Late Register Bozeman Land Office.] D. S. UND AND MINING ATTORNEY. Over Sebree, Ferris & White's—same floor with U. S. Land Office. Main Street, Bozeman, Montana. My second term of office having expired, and my successor appointed,11 tke pleasure 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 befor** the U. S. La*d Office; the assisting of claimants in correctly presenting their claims for record; the preparation ot all pa pers under the Homestead, Preemption, Timoer Cu tore, Desert, Mineral and Coal Laws; the pros ecution of contests of every character. Also con veyances of all kinds made, »nd absUcts, plats and general information furnished. DAVIS WILLSON. will JOHN O. SAXE & CO. NEYVS AND FRUIT DEALERS, AND CONFECTIONERS. The latest eastern Dailies. Illustrated Journ als and Magazines always on hand. MAIN STREET. Bank Saloon, J. H. BOWMAN, Prop. Lower Main St., - Livingston FANCY DRINKS A Specialty." Also the best brands ol Im ported and Domestic Cigars. Welcome gents: Call again, 1-f 7 ht liver Mam Street FEED CORRAL, 1 w w 1 * Billy Miles, Prop. BALED HAY, CHOP FEED, WHEAT and OATS fur sale by the pound or in CAR LOTS. Best of care given to all Stock plaeed m my Prices Reasonable • care. D M. REESE, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER STORE FITTING A SPECIALTY. Plans and Specifications given for any kind oi work. Office at the Brunswick Hotel Hot. Cold and Shower Baths at Nick Imo's Main Street Barber Shop. SECOND HAND Printing Office, Nearly New, TOR SALE CHEAP The material consists of one Washing ton Hand Press, oue Pearl Job Press, with Type, Stones, JSte.. iu quantity to suit purchaser. Address, ■ lilüflT & HENDÏÏ, LIVINGSTON, M. T THE CILT EDGE !| f. H. LORtNG, Pro,., - CHOICEST WINES LIQUORS and CIGARS. Princely furnished parlor rooms in connection. BRICK BLOCK MAIN STREET. NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP Opened on Lewie St, near M. *. church. x\. ; la Mmum tkmr. letMttto ^îîniifiVait ■ ClMMS Mall. UMI ■■ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Pure Kentucky Whiskies! And the Best Brands of Cigars. A most elegantly appointed Sample Room iu rear of the store room, where n >th i' Special Brands ol Liquors and Cigars are retailed to the trade, 80 1 JP Room equipped with upholstered furniture, in connection. A place w ere g will not be insulted, and where you will always get the BEST goods tobe had. MAIN STREET, : : : LIVINGST CEPERLEY & AYRAULT, Real Estate, Insurance. AND MINING AGENCY. Town Property for sale, improved or unimproved. Agents f>r Eight of the Strongest and most reliable Insurance Companies. Quartz and Pla cer Mines for sale in Ein grant Gulch. Quartz 1 Lodes in Clark's Fork and Quartz and Placer mines in Mill Creek, Bear aid )reviue Gulches. Fine ranches for sale suitable for agricnltural or grazing purposes. ste Frank White's Billiard and Pool Parlor! Brick Block under Enterprise office Park Street. Having Purchased direct front the East an e. tirt-ly iiew outfit ooiiRistiiigof «io,.L-W„imit Ra,. Glass and Fixtures we<t of St. Paul, and new Billiard and I Having I urcuaneu utreui irwm me ja».-«. »*• v. ------i_.,y. , t> Finest Black Walnut Bar, Glass and Fixtures we<t of St. Paul, and new Billiard and P TabD* I would respectfully solicit patronage from the public in general. Gentle nm»IW treatment to all, ann none but first class goods will be dealt ont c u>h>mew. Elegant vm vate Rooms in con ne* *ti on. Come and see me. FKAiNNVvh APOLLO SPRINGS Mineral and Soda Water Works J A. LANDT, Prop. Keg and Bottled Beer Always on Hand. All kinds of Mineral Water, Soda Water Ginger A1 p, Birch Beer. Champagne Cider aS& Everything in tins line manufactuied and sold at this place. h I r IE 3 . O'MEARA, 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. JSgPShop on "B" Street._Jg8 MEAT MARKET, We keep constantly on hand a first class article ol FRESH AND SALT MEATS. ^4 •*v O PH • •<' ' ■ vv O ts CJ QJ 'TV**// J fA-v -1 3 Î w~-_ 3a c n & !| PQ ___ BUTTER EGK3S, And Vegetables ot all Kinds. thos. p. McDonald Livingston Bakery I •*w Main find Second Streets, ■WJ ÿt* : i -t-jM 4ML" wf-iiw »> ; ■■■' ' r*. â. ai* rfù ié,î thrmq Lîi