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■} .*•* ** & £ »>Fgg- miBMawwrg Ea VOL. I. NO. 184. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1884. Price, Ten Cents THE DAILY ENTERPRISE. Published every day except Snadav. WRIGHT à, HSHDSY, : Publishers. LIVINGSTON, M. T„ JAN. 7, 1884. xu huj— igp nmimin wiFi I — rm — mr rmr •wr ■yrw.nrr»s —mm TESM8 OP SUBSCRIPTION. Oue Year, by mail......................... $i2 00 »ix Months, by mail....................... 7 00 Three Months, by mui!.................... 5 00 TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: By Carrier, every morning.........j0ct<spor Week. Single Copy.......................*...........lOcts, For 20 Copies or more...................5cts each. ADVERTISING RATES: For standing advertisements, rates will he given on application. Local notices for one in^rtion only, fifteen reut« per line. For two or more insertion«, ten rents per Line each. /^LLEN BROTHERS, REAL ESTATE DEALERS. Correa pondooce solicited. Office on main street. JJ T. CE PERLE Y 'real estate, fire and life INSURANCE. RIVERSIDE ADDITION. Correspondence solicited. Office on Main Street. A. S M I T H, -ATTORNEYATLAW Offloe on B street, Babington Hcua P R T E <fc LsROY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. *EAL ESTATE AGENTS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. 0(Äc« on Main Street, Smith's block. D. ALTON, M 1)., -SURGEON, N. P. It. It. Co. G. W. GRANT, M. D-, Physician HSI) Sukgeon. AU night and day cails promptly attended to. Offio« at the Posioffice. jQ II. BUD LONG, 'justice of the peace, Office on Main Street, LIVINGSTON, - - MONTANA. N. SEWARD, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Offloe over Lawrence k Stuff's hardware, Main Street, Livingston, M. T I) RS. CAMPBELL & PERItY, Physicians and Scrgeoxb, Office at Campbell & Merrill's drug store. DR. D. D. FERRY DR. W. H. A. CAMPBELL. Second Street, Livingston, M. T. J M. EDMUNDS, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over Douglas k Weirick's drugstore. Park Street, Livingston. in — THE — Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway is the short line from St. Paul xnd Minneapolis, via La Crosse and Mil waukee, to CHICAGO and all points in tiie eastern States and Canada. IT IS THE ONLY LINE Under one management Ixdween St. Paul nnd Chicago, and* is the finest equipped railway iu the Northwest. IT IS THE ONLY LINE Running Pullman Sleeping cars, Palace Smoking cars and the finest Dining Oars iu the world, via the famous RIVER BANK ROUTE, Along the shores of Lake Pepin and the Iieautifnl Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains councct with those of the northern lines in the grand Union Depot at St. Paul. NO CHANGE OF CARS Of any class between St Paul and Chi cago. For through tickets, time tables, and full information apply to any coupon picket agent in the northwest. S. S. Merrill, A. V. H. Carpenter, General Manager. Genl Pass. Agt J. T. Clark, G. H. ÎÎeafford, Genl Supt. Asst Geul Pass. Agt Milwaukee, Wis. V. II. Dixon, General Nortlnfestern Pas senger Jlgent. St. Paul. Min*. 00 00 00 CINNABAR GALLATIN COUNTY, M. T. Is Situated at the Terminus of the National Park Branch of the N. P. R.R. seven miles north of the Mam -1 moth Hot Springs, one mile from the National Park line on the west hank of the I ellowstoneRiver. Warran tee Title has been obtained in favor of the Northern Pa -1 cific Railroad and other Capitalists , who will spare no pains in opening it to Speedy Settlement. On and after December loth hooks will be open to those wishing to oh tain Title to Lots. No orte wishing to invest in Town Property can afford to loose the present opportunity } owA in g to the liberal policy of the Company relative to Price aud Tei PIS Of Payment* Ihe Surrounding Country abounds in COAL equal to the Bitumuous Coal of Pennsylvania, making this an excellent point for Smelting Works, for the Bear Gulch and Clark's Fork Mines, where smelting ore isinexhaus - tible. East of CINNABAR is a vast Grazing country, I affording excellent facilities for Stock Raising . The Lands lying north and south along the Yellowstone T al - ley are exceedingly fe rtile, mountain streams affording \ ample water for all irrigating purposes, making it a de- 1 sirable country for those wishing to engage in Agricul tural Pursuits. ^"-Particulars, Price and terms of Payment furnished upon application to PARK IMPROVEMENT CO., Yellowstone National Park . I T. R. MAYO'S ÖNSÖRIAL PARLORS Main Street, opposite Postoffice, Are the MostElegantly Furnished in the West. None Bnt Eipert Workmen Employed piTFinest stock of Barber supplies in Montana. 1 R. C. Griffith, FOR BLACKSMITHING. Ho male**« a specialty of h*rse shoeing. LaBarre*s wagon shop one door eaßt of blackBmith shop. Job work of all kinds neatly and promptly done. Shop al the lower end of Main Street. Lower Main Street FEED CORRAL, Billy Miles, Prop. BALED HAY, CHOP FEED, WHEAT and OATS for sale hy the pound or in CAR LOTS. • ' Best of care given to all Stock placed ihuiy care. Prices Reasonable i -A-t WM. WOOLSEY'S MILWAUKEE f Main Street. ' ' G. W. DAVIS, Proprietor. Livingston. I FRESH BEER Always > on - tap*- * Also all kinds of Checs* and &i«sag#Xnmçl*ès. ■' •. vJ * K X * ■n , 4 1 Wi « 'Uli* D. M. REESE, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER STORE FITTING A SPECIALTY. Plans and Specifications given for any kind of work. Office at the Brunswick Hotel. .a.. EAJFLrjErsr, CIJVJVABAR. Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. Full rigs or saddle horses to let, and care ful drivers furnished if desired, j BUY 4ND SELT H OR SES I I am are prepared to carry travelers into the Park or to any other point, ahead of all competitors. James Ennis •f.^4 ' ■ * ■ , WHOLESALE AND BETAIL Butcher ! *, % ..... , Shop on Main Street. Having purchased Wright & Holliday's old stsnd, we solicit the patronage of all tlieir old customers, and as many new ones as wish to be squarely dealt with, both in quality of j meats and price. THOMAS J. NOBLE (Successor toF. W. Draoer.) PROPRIETOR OF THE Headquarters Mcdri Street in of Urge I took of nofMng bot «uictly I first-class 11ram LIQUORS# VINES AND CIGARS. the eitv. Billiard and Pool Tables in V >'AV* • 1 He red Villard's Realernation and Assignment. At a meeting of the directors of. the direetojs of the Northern Pacific held in New York on Friday the resignation oi" Henry Villard from the presidency of the road was presented and accepted. The following letter from the retiring presi dent was opened and read : "To the board of directors of the Nor thern Pacific Railroad Company : I here by offer my resignation as president of your board. I feel constrained to take this step for two reasons, one is, I am suf fering from nervous prostration, which -1 renders me no longer capable of properly (bscha ^ in g m y official duties, and my from all active employment aa . condition -1 of the recovery of my health; the other reason i8 that in my ©wn opinion, no less f mn \ ln , tllHt of mj personal aatl busmesr for , Mverance of my conncction 4 h j t it i* a sad reflection that such should be the ur u ust result of years of severe labor 1411(1 con8Umm £ anxiety > which i have pany consientiously and to the best of my abUity ' but my feelin ^ 8 fiha11 not stand in the ° f the of the «tockhdd dence that the future will completely vin - dicate al11 have done, and i may as soon I as my * health pcrmits me ask t,îe privilege of submitting to you a summary of my administration of the company's affairs. - Allow me to express to vou in conclusion \ my sincere thanks for the cordial support 1 and a Pi )rec,atlve sympathy which you have at all times extended me." A committee was appointed to take necessary action to fill the vacacy caused by the resignation and to call a special meeting for the purpose. The sum of $100,000 per year for the time he was president of the road, beside numerous compliments, were voted Villard upon his retirement. On the same day Henry Villard made . I an assignment for the benefit of his credi tors to William Endicott, of Boston, and Horace White, of New York. He trans fers to them his property and mansion on Madison avonue with instructions to dis pose of them at public or private sale and apply the proceeds, first to the payment of the interest of a mortgage of $200,000 upon the property ; secondly to carry out any existing contract for the completion of the edifice. / Provision is also made for the payment of any indebtedness of Vil lard to the Oregon Railway & Navigation company. The instrument further recites that the residue, after the entire indebted ness is disposed of, shall be turned over to his wife Mrs. Fanny Garrison Villard. The real property assigned is said to be worth $1,000,000. His country residence at Dobb's Ferry, on the Hudson, is ex pressly excluded from the conveyance to his assignees as is other property. Villard's I dnanc * id condition is not certainly known, but among other rumors circulated is one among that his wife holds meat bonds. one $500,000 in govern j gree of intens© cold, Real Cold. Who in Livingston on Friday last would hare thought that in a great part of tho union it was regarded as the coldest day known for years? But snch seems to have been the case. Here is the record according to the thermometers: Bis marck—39; Jamestown—48 ; Fargo—40; St. Paul—38 ;> BrainenU-42 ; Chicago— 24; Des Moines, la.—30; Dubuque, la.— 22 ; St. Loi|is—4 ; Kansas Clty-4-5; i East Liberty, Pa,—^30. Numerous other points are repotted allowing a like average de In Livingston bn the 4th, a light snow fell gently through the day, and tlie tem perature was not as low as zero. In the evening the snow had ceased falling and the influence of the coming chinook w«s felt sufficiently tor the mercury to register »hove the freezing point of water. So this portion of the Yellowstone valley main tains its record for mild, pleasant weather in the face of the most severe cold that may prevail eastward and far to the south of us. The first death in the new mines of the Coenr <i ' Alcnc moimtai,ls was tha ' of ' vil ' 11ram Henrv Allen, agèd abobf fiftv vears. Th I ........ He fell dead while carrying a load of wood toward his cabin. His death occur _ ' fyv% A r • * red December' 24. iu a the in oi" the of t THE LATEST NEWS. L. Rubbison, of Jamestown, Dak., Inis assigned. Two children perished in a fire at Mc chanicstown, Ohio. Four children were burned to death in their father's residence at Duke Centre, Pa. Through Indiana the temperature on Friday and Saturday was from 20 to 30 degrees below zero. Cox, who shot and killed McLaughlin in San Francisco, was acquitted recently by the police court judge. The seventeenth wife of Brigham mng died on Saturday in Salt Lake. Fourteen widows still remain. In putting out a fire in Cincinnati on Friday night several firemen were badly frozen and it is feared that one will die. A bill for the relief of Fitz-John Porter, the cashiered general, will be reported to Congress by the committee on military affairs. Louisville, Ky., experienced on Friday the coldest day ever known in that city. The thermometer registered 16 degrees be ow zero. O. V. Tousley, formerly consul at Leip sic, has returned to Minneapolis and again taken the superintendency of the schools of that city.. A fire in Cleveland, Ohio, on Saturday, destroyed the Park theatre, a church ad joining and a block on the opposite side of the street. A great funeral procession attended the burial of the twenty persons killed in the railway accident at Toronto. It was an lour in passing a given point. Crow Dog, who killed Sjiotted Tail, has jeen released after two year's imprison ment, it being decided that his conviction was obtained without jurisdiction. B. R. Smith & Co., cotton brokers of New York, liabiliities $150,000; Diet rich & Co., canvas manufacturers of San Francisco, liabilities $276,000; and Put n«m & Phelps, tanners of Boston, with liabilities of $275,000, are recent failures. The St. Nicholas hotel in St. Louis is burned: loss $100,000. In the same city Burrell, Comstock & Co.'s furniture fac tory, Merrick, Walsh & Co.'s jewelry house and Witmer, Gray & Kaminski's china store were burned, involving great loss. In the case of the New Orleans bank said to be in league with the Louisana lot tery it was decided by the supreme court of the State that the bank was entitled to free distribution of its mail, and that its letters could not be stopped at the post offices, according to iiost-master-general's orders. quality »f paper, 18x2 Th v will make a be; jjr....... Cow Boy« again to the Front. It will be remembered that a few w'eeks ago a party of cow boys took possession of the town of Dickinson, Dakota, maltreated such as interfered with them, shot through the walls of a saloon till it looked like a sieve, and had lots of fun generally. New Year's night theyhad another festive gather ing in the town. The young people of Dickinson were having a quiet dance as a fitting close to the day when the cowboys appeared on the scene, turned out every one but the musicians and took the floor. They got a few tin buckets and pans, by beating on which they assisted the band and also contributed to the entertainment by shooting their revolvers at every avail able mark, that was not human, iu the room. Flourishing their revolvers and knives and using them freely, they joined iu such a wild dance as was never before seen in the northwest. A deputy came in with a revolver and ordered them to sur render but inside of half a minute was as tonished to find himself in the middle of the street and wisely concluded not to re turn to the scene of the festivities. When . they closed the performance the walls and floor of the dance-hall were literally rid dSed with bullets, but throughout the whole scene no one was hurt. BJrdMty« View« of Livingston May be obtained at the Enterprise office at SI each or less for quantities. These views are lithographed on n fine 18x26 inches in size. ^ beautiful and most acceptable present-to friends living at a distance, and to secure their general distribution we place them at this low priée.