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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
AUU1VB. I»*H6 <*xi»re»«, (going west)............12:20 a. in. Atlantic expreau, (going east)........... 135 a. m. Vraiebt No. 13, (going west)............11:55 p. m. >'reijht No. 14, (going east)............. 7:30 a. in. Kieiglit No. lb, (going east)............ 4:15 p. m. Freight No. 16, (going east)............ 5:35 p. in. UKPABT. I'acific express, (going west!............12:55 a. ra. Atlantic express, igoiug eaat)........... 1:40 a. in. > reight No. 13, (going west)............ 1:25 a. m. Freight No. 14, (going east»............. 7:55 a. in. Freight So. 15, (going west)............. y:45 a. m Freight No. 16, (going east)............ 2:00 p. ra. Uviugiiton PostoMco. Open week dr vs from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. Sunday«, Iront 1 to 2 p. m. Money order and register business trans acted from Ha in. to 5. p. m. Mails going east and west close at 9 p m. F. VV. WRIGHT, Postmaster, MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS Mail leaves Livingston at 7:3ü a m. Sundays, Tuesdays and 'J hursdays. A. A.'Deem, Agt* LOCAL LAYOUT Mitchell lias not yét been able to ob tain bail. Go to the Big Horn Stores for the cele brated Punch cigar—only.5 cents. Track-laying in the Bozeman tunnel will begin to-morrow. Delicious beef tea and all kinds of hot drinks at Jim Kane's place. Gus Plumer returned this morning from his trip to St. Paul. Staple'aml fancy/groceries at N. C. Mat thieasen's. Jus. Keeney of^ Cooke City, is in town after a trip to Portland and the east. II ot,yi rinks and beef tea at; Jim Kane's Mrs. J.M. Dennison leaves this evening for Billings where she expects to remain until spring. Goto the Big Horn .Stores for 1res!» oysters. J S. L. Holliday left for Bozeman last night to attend the meeting of the county commissioners. The famous \V. H. McBrayer whisky at James Fowlie's. II. C. Riehl of Livingston, agent for the Standard Oil company, is reported in Bis marck and Maudun. James Fowlie has thecelcbratcd W.*H. Mc lhayer whisky. R. L. Woodworth, the man who had two overcoats stolen in Bozeman a few «lays ago, has recovered one of them since returning there. Go to N. C Matt hieben's for meerschaum ]>ij>es, cigar holders and all kinds of smokers' articles. The roller skating rink seems to grow in popularity as the season advances. It now lias more regular patrons than ever before. Just recived, 100 cans of fresh, select oys ersMtthe Big Horn Stores James Irving Crabbe says he did not challenge Maglone to fight a duel, but that the whole story was a joke. That's w hat we thought. Go toBilly Miles for baled hay, oats, wheat barley ,chop feed, etc. At wholesale or retail The Supreme court of Montana met at Helena to-day. The session will probably be short as the cases which the two judges can consider are few. Remember you* purse when you go to Blair 6c Donovan's alter January ist. Cash goes. This afternoon the examination of John T. Lilly iu the raised check case is going forward lie fore Judge Budlong but liae not been concluded as we close composi tion. Fresh Oysters at the Big Horn Stores. Trains are still somewhat delayed but are gradually getting down to regular time. The Pacific express arrived about four hours late this morning, while that from the west was delayed about seven hours. A Kruger k Co., is the place to buy your furniture, crockery and glassware, etc., cheaper than any other house in the Yellow stone valley • Call and be convinced. E. Callahan, a clerk who has been con nected with Stebbins, Mund & Co.'s banks in the Yellowstone valley, has gone to the Arkansas Hot Springs in search of relief from rheumatism with which lie is chron ically afflicted. Those choice cream candies and caramels liavcarrived at John O. Sax's News Depot. Mujii street. 11 appe ars that at the last meeting of the county commissioners G. W. Metcalf, deputy sheriff, was appointed fire warden for the town of Livingston. He has agreed to act in that capacity and further ap pointment will be unnecessary. Mr. Met calf will make a good officer, and there is plenty of work iu connection with his new < fflee. If you are indebted to Blair & Donovan you < ; n settle your account lor less money this we* k than*alter it goes into the hands of the h w. \W need the money and mean to have siimthing or nothing, and that mighty quick, lush goes. UejKirt says that the GaRatiu county delegates to the ciwditutiaual convention •'ill urge for the presidency of tlwt body S. \V. Langhomc, of the Cluvwicle. We heartily endorse the idea. He is an al>lc nu n, well qualified to preside and we ter ]mi in. m. m. in. m. in. ra. in. m. in. m ra. m. ob hot Said to be Rape. Donald Mitchell is held in the sum of |^ 000 bail to await the action of the grand j ury upon the charge ofrape com mitted upon the person of Maud Snider J on die u jrr],t of January 1, or morning of at trust that his name may be insisted upon by enough of the membership to give him the position, provided that lie wants it and believes that he will lie as useful in the chair as on the floor of the house. N Ebert has dry'wood in quantities to suit purchaser. Leave order* at the Metro poli tan hotel. Dan. Edwards. Don L. Willard, Joe Murray and F. F. Fridley returned from Bozeman last night, all of them in a state ot mind and body calculated to give the public a bad opinion of the way the town over the range uses Livingston visitors. It may have been that the thin air encount ered in coining over the summit that eaused the trouble, however. We have for sale, CHEAP, a large cook stove, nearly new, two heating stoves, a lot of dishes, castors and lamps, about 26 yards of Brussel Is carpet, a black walnut bedstead and set ot springs, and a lot ot second hand traps which we will sell at a bargain; alsc two clothes wringers. Cash goes. Blair t Donovan. The Northern Pacific appointed a Liv ingston gentleman to hold himself in read iness to visit the Coeur d'Alene mines and prepare a full report upon the condition and outlook. A few days ago he was notified that his services would not be re quired until spring as the snow now lay so deep in that region that reaching the mines was almost impracticable and a full examination was impossible. January 2. This result of the examina tion continued during Friday and Satur day, created even more public surprise chan did the announcement that Mitchell had been arrested upon the charge of rape. The first news of the discovered cohabita tion of the two raised a universal cry of execration against the man who was be lieved to have basely seduced an innocent girl just blooming into womanhood, but no charge of rape was even hinted at in this public vcidiet. A prosecutiou of the offender against social sentiment and fe male virtue seemed improbable, but at the eleventh hour he was arrested upon com plaint of having committed the henious and detestable crime of rape. Those who had beeu most bitter in their expression of feeling toward him viewed this only as an action that would result in his freedom from any charge, and protested that seduc tion was the offense properly to be com plained of. The evidence adduced at the examina tion did not materially change public feeling in any way, and the decision of the court was received with general sur prise. The elements of the grave crime charged did not appear to have enteret into the performance, judgiug even from the sole testimony of the prosecutrix while if any weight, even the slightest, were attached to the evidence produced by defendant it was, at worst, a pro nounced instance of the basest seduction It is doubtful if the case ever reaches the stage of a grand jury indictment and will certainly never result in a verdict of guilty from atrial jury, and thus the ends of justice will have been defeated rather than subserved. Grand Dance mt Hunter's. There will be a grand danee at Hunter's Hot Springs on the evening of the 11th inst. The people of Livingston are condially in vited. The party is given under the aus pices of Messrs. Evans & Brandenburg)!. For watches and jewelry go to Niblock's. New stock. Dressmaking. Mrs. N. Davenport wishes to announce to her iriends that she is now prepared to do dressmaking and fancy sewing at her resi dence, next door to the Cafe restaurant. The ladies will find on the first trial tliat Mrs. Davenport's work is of a superior oharacter and reasonable price. Freighting. The undersigned have twenty heavy work teams which they desire to employ during the winter in freighting or contract work of any description. Apply at the Metropolitan hotel, Livingston, Mont 1». W. Gallagher, J P. McDonald. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the partner - ship lieret of ore.'existing between Adolph Landt and Herman Hitter os Landt k Rit ter is tldfc day dissolved by mutual consent. Adolph Landt will continue the business. ]mi v all indebtedness against the old firm and collect all bills due them. Adolph Laxdt. Herman Ritter Livingston, Mont., Dec. 8th. 1883. Witness:— Fred Ward. Lee Norton. Hsy Pnm for Sale. AP. E. Deitrick, 14x18, over circle hay n s for sale. As good as new. Apply to oughnour. ^ To Loan. $6,000to loan on good security, from*! to 5 years. P. W..Galiaohkr. 'Metropolitan, llotd.. als House for Sale or Rent. Three large rooms, closet 6x6, hall 6x6, large pantry, sniali cupboard, good cellar. Will besold cheap foe cash or rented to re sponsible party on good terms. Everything new and in good order. For particulars ap ply to Blair k Jonovan. Cash goes. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the copartner ship heretofore existing between W. H. Frye and Sam. M Le Roy as Frye & Le Roy, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. W. II. Frye is to collect all debts and assume all indebtedness of the firm. W. H. Frye. Sam. M. Lk Rot. Dated, December 31, 1883. Dissolution Notice, Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing l»etween Jvs. Fowlie and John Truax. under the firm name of Fowlie & Co., is this day dissolved by mutual con sent . Jas. Fowlie will continue the business, and pay all bills contracted by said firm. Jas. Fowlie. Johx Trcax. Livingston, M. T. Dec. 28, 1883. WAKEFIELD & HOFFMAN'S Stage & Express Line Carrying U. S. Mail between Livingston and Mammoth Hot Springs, via Chickory, Cinnabar and Gardiner, running through in one day, leaves Livingston SUNDAY, TUESDAY AND THURSDAY, of each week, at 7:30 a. in. CifFor Passenger and Express Rates en quire at the office of the Metropolitan Hotel. A. A. DEEM. Agent, Get your Pianos Carefully Tuned and Repaired by T. SHERWOOD. Orders left at the National Theatre prompt ly attended to. All Work Guaranteed. L. C. LaBarre, PRACTICAL WAGON MAKER. »Shops on Lower Main St., next door to Griffith's Blacksmith shop. New Work and Repairing done to order. Also carry full line of wood stock. Bank of Livingston. STEBBINS, MUND & CO., Livingston, - - Montans Transacts a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Exchange on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Interest Allowed ox TIME DEPOSITS. Correspond Collections made a specialty. •nee solicited. A9SOCIATRD BANKS, ebbins, Mund & Co , Miles Citr. StebbiiiB, Mund Ä Co., Billings. Stobbins, Conrad & Co., Buffalo, Wyo'g Merchants National Bank, Deadwood, D. T. Stebbins, Mund & Fox, Contrai, D. T. btebbim», Fox & Co , Speartisb, D. T. A. L. LOVE. Cashier. 1 National Bat OF LIVINGSTON, MONT. Authorized Capital, Cash Capital, $250,000 OO 50,000 OO EMange Bought and Sold on all parts of tie forli Collections Made And all Banking business promptly attended to. OFFICERS: C. Litinostox. Free. D. E. Fogarty, Vico Pres. Fred Ward, Cashier. Correspondents. —Mercantile National Bank, New York; National Bank of llliaois, Chicago; Bank of Minnesota, St. Paul. New Barber Shop, K IMO, Prop. **B"St. opposite office of Daily Enterprise. Elegant BATH ROOMS Inconneotion. Everything neat and nice. John Newlaxd. Ambrose Howell NEWLAND & HOWELL, We are prepared to do all kinds of work on short notice. Designs Furnished When Wanted Shop in rear of Enterprise office. SHOP WORK A SPECIALTY. JOHN O. SAXE, NEWS AND FRUIT DEALER, AND CONFECTIONNER. The latest eastern Dailies, Illustrated Journ als ari*d Magazines always on hand. MAIN STREET. re ap is W. all A NEW DEPARTURE. to BLAIR & DONOVAN, The Cash Grocers. Have reduced prices on every thing since January 1, and will sell out their present stock for less money than ever, but it takes CASH to buy our goods. This rule applies to everybody, friend or foe. We do not pub lish a list of prices for the ben efit of our competitors, but will be pleased to have you bring us the lowest prices quoted and we will show you that our cash system takes the cake for low prices. Yours truly, BLAIR & DONOVAN Livingston Bakery ! SECOND STREET. Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes delivered daily by wagon. B3^*Special inducements offered to Hotels and Boardinghouses. IS os TO 3 ST Boot & Shoe Store ! A Good Calf Boot for $2.50. Ladies' Shoes from $1 Upw'ds. We have also in stock, a select line of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. Fire Arms, Ammunition, Fisliii Tackle, M Sporty Goods. Boots and Shoes Made to order. Repairing Neatly Done. Oa.ll qaacL see vis. C- ToTxrers Co. Main Si.. Opposite tie BaÉ, Livingston, Montan». Thompson Brothers Have received their winter stock of Boys' and Men's. CD" And having purchased it direct from the Manufacturers at very low figures are abled ta sell the same at precea that cannot-be duplicated by any other House iu tim Valley. Also the finest assortment in the West of DRESS GOODS! Cashmeres, Woolen Suitings» In elegant styles and endlos*. varieties.. Ladies Underwear. Our Stock ot Ladies Underwear we would calv especial attention to. ' ' , Groceries and Provisions WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ■* Tkomssoa Brothers. •j p