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ARRIVE. IVxitb express, (going west)............12:20 a. m. 1:25 a. m. ____11:55p. ni. ; ... 7:30 a. in. ____ 4:1.'» p. ra. ____ 5:35 p. in. Atlantic ex press, mom? eiust} F roiuht So. 13, (going west)...... Frei «ht No. 14, (going cast!....... F ieight No. l<i, (going cast)...... Freight No. 10. (going eastC..... DEPART. t 'u< ific express, (goingwest»............12:55 a. m. Atlantic express, (going east)........... 1:40 a. m. Freiglit No. 13, (going west)............ l'&>a m. Freight No. 14, (going east.............. 7:5o a. m. Freight No. 15,(going west)............. 0:45 a. m Freight No. Id, (going east)............ --'00 P- m. Living* ton PostoIBce. Open week days Irom 7 a. ni. to 7:30 p. m. Sundayi, Irom i to 2 p. m. Moiier order and register business trans acted I'roni 8 u in. to5. p. m. Ai axils goingeast and west close- at 9 p m. F. W. WRIGHT, Postmaster, MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS Mail leaves Livingston at 7:30 a m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. A. A. Dekm, Agt. LOCAL LAYOUT F. L. Mintie ia spending to-day transacting business at Bozeman. (intoMrs. Scott's tor a warm, comfortable room* John MeAusiand went over the The Northern Pacific has madt» ar rangements lo take out 1 . 8 ÜÜ miners from tlm Gunnison country, Colo., to the Coeur d'Alene mines. These are in addition to the 2.000 Black Hills miners for whom arrangements were j made several days ago. and a full attendance is especially re quested. I Delicious lieef tea and all kinds of hot drinks at Jim Kane's place. I r „. , . ,ir.ii. ; The decision ill favor of Dells,! ,, ~ i Fargo k Co. against the Oregon Ilail -1 , xi 4 . ..... w ;n wav and Navigation Company will , ' , . , ,, . Ä • mountains 1 ist night to look at the ; county seat town. Harry Robins >n has opened a confection- : :Z^;: ; ^MnL UU 8t ' ret ' M " J '' Isaac Orsclielarrived last night from .Miles City, and will remain in Liv ingston for soma time in future. Fine tobacco and imported, cigars at Harry Robinson's, Main street. J. W. Krippner and E. N. Edwards came d./wn from Chickory last even ing and spent the day in Livingston. Jl you want anything in the confectionery or tobacco line, call on harry Robinson, Main j «trm. : Bishop Brondel of (lie C'athölic < church held service yesterday in the lining room of the Brunswick hotel, j which was largely attended. ! Mra. a. H. ütophoson is selling out her stock of miuinerv mu l*ncy goods ai giuatl.» reduced,: prie i«. ' j A. M. Guild, who has spent several j inonths engaged in business dealings 1 in Livingston, left last night fora short visit to his home at Muscatine, ] owa . Collection« of all kinds carefully atfended t<* by Morris Cook. j Higgins & Phillis of the Bank Ex- j change billiard hall and saloon, have j dissolved their business partnership, j and the firm will hereafter be Higgins Rios. j James Fowlie 1ms the celebrated W. H. Me- 1 Thayer whiskv. j Preparations are being made to ' make another run with the Newcomb ! smelter at Chickory. Ore will proba bly be obtained from Che Great East ern upon which a shaft is being sunk to reach a depth of lbO feet. , Go to N. C. Mattliiessen'fi for meerschaum j pipes, cigar holders and all kinds ol smokers' j j The famous W. H. Mc B rayer whisky at | James tow lie's. , , . i The Board of Trade will meet this j ... j evening m its rooms in Ayrault Sj building «ver G. H. Carver & Co's I store. This is the regular meeting for the quarterly election of officers doubtless be followed by the express ' company cmn-ing ont Us intention of | extending its service over all the Northern Pacific and allied lines. Go to the Big Horn Stores for the cele brated Punch cigar—only 5 cent*. The case of Savage & Sons vs. Auerbach. Finch & Van Slyck was argued before Judge Wade all through the last three days of last week and I . . I so far as reported no decision arrived : at. The points at issue will he settled 1 one wav or the other very soon. Hot drinks and beef tea at Jim Kauc'^ place. Geo. W. Savage, Toner Savage and IL E. Wolf of Miles City and all more or less known in Livingston will start to-morrow for Itnthdrum and thence push into the Coem d'Alene mines. Jos. Leighton has been out to Hal lull urn and returned without any spei ial news. Go to » he Big Horn Stores for Iresh oysters Dr. A. A. Bearup, the dentist, re turned last night from White Sulphur S|M*ings where he has been doing busi ness for some weeks past. lie i*ei»orts a good practice while there and Inis evidently taken the benefit of the waters while at the health resort, as he is looking better than ever. The work train is still hauling gravel to ballast the track through Muir tunnel. Just recived, 100 cans of fresh, select oys era at t lie Rig Horn Stores. The Northern Pacific equipment now* includes fourteen dining cars, four new ones having been received lately. Ladies should call upon Mrs. A. II. Stephenson on Callender street near Main, for bargains in millinery and fancy goods. She is closing out her stock at cost. U Both Bozeman and Helena have abandoned the standarJ time in use on the railroad and returned to sun time. It should he remembered in explana tion that both are ••old-timer*' towns. Staple and fancy groceries at N. C. Mat th lessen 's Ed. E. Ilaislett, lately one of the proprietors of Every Sunday Morning, a paper published in Fergus Falls, Minnesota, arrived in Livingston on Sunday morning and has taken a posi tion in the Enterprise office. I I ; and along the island to a point oppo " . v . i site the foot of Main street, Living _ ston. It has been signed with great , „ , * • enthusiasm by all the settlers on Mig rotue. Fresh Oysters at the Big Horn Stores. Horseshoeing, new shoes, $41 per set; re setting, $3, at*"Griffith's shop, lower Main ; street. W. J. Footner. general superintend : en t w f the Northern Pacific express, is in romand making arrMgemeaU for «•« shipment of Car loads of Columbia river salmon through to the Atlantic coast. They are to be packed in re frigerator cars, and the cars attached to passenger trains. Go tolülly Miles for baled hay, oat*, wheat bai ley chop leed, etc. At wholesale or retail Blair & Donovan have stove wood for sale. A New York dispatch announces . j that John Muir, superintendent ot : traffic of the Northnu Pacific, has re < s ij» 11Ge i to take the general manager gpjp 0 f the Q re gon Improvement corn j j )}in y f or a term of years. He will re ! side at Portland, and will have entire C oiitrol of the Pacific coast interests ©f the company, including their rail road and steamship lines and coal iu 1 terest*. Go to Mrs. Scott's for a warn, comfortable room. Han y Robinson, who is well-known to all our citizens as having been the proprietor of the first job printing office established in Livingston as well as a good fellow at all times, has opened a stock sf cigars, tobacco, fruit and confectionery in Bingham's building corner of Main and Lewis streets. He calculates to keep the best goods obtainable in his line and to merit trade bv giving customers what they want and the worth of their money, Sparring exhibitions every evening at Mc Arthur Y Red Front saloon, on Main street, between Tom Drew and Patsy Traiuor. N3 admission charged. All invited. Private Rasons given in boxing by either of the above, vvere shown a' certificate of as sry made by Bnllait& Lillieuskyoldt, of rock taken from the Stella mine in Mill creek, which shows in one speci men $4.14 in silver and $49.61 in gold, and in another from the same lead, $60.37 in silver and $6.20 in gold. The rock assayed was not picked specimens but average samples of the general | c i iarsic t e r t>f the «re. The Stella is a . , , „ .... . very large lead of milling ore and will j , j yel become a great bullion producer, I A petition to the comity commis Moners js being^ircuhited asking the \ establishment of a county road to ex tend from tli« crossing at Mission creok along the Muffs on the opposite side of the Yellowstone to Point of Rocks, thence across the channel to ' emnusi,l!5in .... . | •>"" «»#* all<1 alun S the l' 10 P° sed I Lor sale. I II. B. Blair has ior sale a line team o! : mules, harness and wagon. 1 A fire at Dalles, Oregon, destroyed $72.(100 worth of projerty; insurance $38,000. The fire-plugs were frozen up and nothing could be done to check the fiâmes. Dissolution Notice, Notice is hereby given that John Higgins and George Ennis, heretofore doing busi ness under the firm mime ot Higgins & En nis, is this day dissolved by mutila, consent. Higgins B ro t f iers have succeeded to the busi ness, and will pay all bills and to whom all outstanding accounts must be paid. John Humbra, George Es ms. Livingston, Montana, January, 23, 1884. _ Hay 'Pres* for Sale. A P. E. beitrick, 14x18, over circle hay press lor sale. As good as new. App'y to E. Goughnour. * Office Rooms to Reut. Over Smith & llagy's store on Main street. Apply to Smith k Uugy. —.—— ■ ^ -- Ice CouMiitieis Please Take Notice, Alter the 1st oi February, 1884, 1 will not t cny moi epoiitracts for the delivery of ieeat rate of 150cents per limditd; make bargains n while it. i« time. , A. Lan Apu.lo t piiugs Brcwcrr, Livingston, Montana. ____ ^ --------- For watches and jewelry go to NiWcek's. Mow stock. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is herebv given that Pete C. Robinson and John H. Bow man. doing business under the firm name of P. C. Robinson A Co., is ihis day dis- solved bv limturl consent. John C. Bowman con- tinues the busintse and pays ali bille; P. C. Rob- inson collects all bills. - I • C. Robinson." Joun C. Bowman. Livingston, Mont., January 23,1884. Stage and Express Line to White Sulplmr Springs. Will leave Livingston on and after the first Mon day in Februarv, making ons trip a week as fol lows: Leaves Livingston Monday, arrive at White Sulphur Tuesday; leaves White Sulphur Thursday, arrives in Livingston again on Friday. Passengers and express salely carried at reason able rates. Wm. Woolsey. To Loan. $5,000 to loan on good security, from 1 to 5 years. P. W; Gallagher. Metropolitan Hotel. * Freighting. The undersigned have twenty heavy work teams which they desire to employ during the winter in Ireigliting or «ontract work of any description. Apply at the Metropolitan hotel, Livingston, Mont P.W. Gallagher, J P. McDonald. For Sale. Blacksmith shop and tools, good location and good mu of business. For particulars inquire at this offic e. _ If you want stove wood cut to anv length, split and delivered, call on Blair & Donovan, the cash grocers. _ Ice ! Ice ! ! White, Mercer & Co , will again daliver ice to the multitude during the coming sea son. They will also handle on and after May 1, Milwaukee, Bozeman and Billings lieer. Dressmaking;. Mrs. N. Davenport wishes to announce to lier triends that she is now prepared to do dressmaking and fancy sewing at her resi dence, next door to the Cate restaurant. Tlie^ ladies will find on the first trial that Mrs. Davenport's work is of a superior character and reasonable price. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore easting lietween Wm. Scott and Chas. Roshrotigh under the firm name of Scott & Rosbroiigh, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Win. Scstt continuing the business, to whom all bills must be paid Wm. Scott. Chas Rosbbough. Livingston, M. T., January 14, 1884. House for Sale or Rent. Three large rooms, closet 8x6, hall (5x6, large pantry, small cupboard, good cellar. Will be sold cheap lor cash or rented to re sponsible party on good terms. Everything new and in good order. For particulars ap ply to Blair & jonovan. Cash goes. N otice of forfeiture of mining Interest. Territory of Montana. County of Gallatin, 1884. To John Walch, John McCarthy and John C. Rogers & Co. : You are hereby noti fied that we have expended one hundred [$100.00] dollars in labor and imyrovements upon the Chipmunk lode, as will appear by certificate filed January 8, 1881, in the office of recorder of said county in order to hold said premises under the provisions of section twenty-three hundred and twenty-four (2324) of the revised statutes of the United States, being the amount required to hold the same for the year ending December 31,1883. And if within ninety (90) days from the service of this notice (or within ninety (90> days after this notice by publication) you rail or refuse to con tribute your proportion of such expenditure as co-otvner your interest in said claim will become tho property of the subscribers under said section 2834. Thos. Ackles. Henry W. Snibley. Settlement to lie made at this office. Wed. Jan. 10. '""WAKEFIELD & HOFFMAFS 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 eacli week, at 7:30 a. m. l^'For Passenger and Express Rates en quire at the office of the Metropolitan Hotel. A. A DEEM. Agent. J eimes Ennis WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL Butcher ! Shop on Main Street. Having purchased Wright k Holliday's old stand, we solicit the patronage,©!' all their old customers, and as many new ones as wish to be squarely dealt with, both in quality ot meats and price. MILWAUKEE Eeei Kail! G. W. DAVIS, Proprietor. Main Street. Livingston. FRESH BEER Always on tap. Also all kinds of Cheese and Sausage Lunches. New Barber Shop, Ji. IM O, Irop. "B"St. opposite office of Daily Enterprise. Elegant BATH ROOMS Inconnection. Everything neat and nice. D. M. REESE. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER * - Ml STOI ASP Plans and Specifications given for s of work. at the Brjasru $1*4 4*-* t A NEW DEPARTURE. 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 their goods. This rule applies to everybody, friend or foe. They do not pub lish a list of prices for the ben efit of competitors, but will be pleased to have you bring the lowest prices quoted and they will show you that their cash system takes the cake for low prices. BLAIR & DONOYAN Livingston Bakery ! SECOND STREET. CIKI^S- -Ä-3STO-TJS, IFrop -- < «». »■ - Fresh Bread, Pies and Oakes delivered daily by wagon. |3^"Special inducements offered to Hotels and Boardinghouses. Bank of Livingston. J , ° ! STEBBINS, MUND & CO., Livingston, GENERAL Transacts a BAN KING Montan« BUSINESS. Kxeliange on all tAe principal cities of the United States and Europe. Interest Allowed on TIME DEPOSITS. Collections made a specialty. Correspond "uce solicited. ASSOCIATED BANKS. ebbins, Mnnd & Co , Miles City. Stebbins, Mnnd <fe Co., Billings. Stubbing, Conrad <fc Co., Buffalo, Wyo'g Merchants National Bank, Deadwood, D. T. Stebbins, Mund & Fox, Central, D. T. Stebbins, Fox & Co , Spearfish, I). T. A. L. LOVE, Cashier. it National B OF LIVINGSTON,.MONT. Authorized Capital, Cash Capital, $950,000 00 50.000 00 ■ ' 5 * ... - i C. Livingston, î'res- D.E. FftoABTY, Vice Pres, j Feld Ward, Caaliier. Cokbespondents.—M ercantile National Ban.s New York: National Bank of Illinois, Chicago Bunk of Minnesota, St. Paul. b - Eicbange Bought and Soli on all nails oil île World. j Collections Made And ail Banking business promptly attended to. John Nswlaxd. Ambrose Howei.l NEWLAND & HOWELL, We are prepared to do all short • f H MM j „ . i I ..... *■ THOMAS J. NOBLE (Successor to F. W. Draper.) proprietor op the Headquarters iUaiflj Main Street - Open Day & Night. Large stock of nothing but strictly first-class LIQUORS. WINES AND CI6ARS. ^"Finest Billiard and Pool Tables in the city. 1 GOING EAST —OR* GOING WEST No matter which, the IS TOUR LINE, As it will take yon in either direction between ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, G LYNDON* MOORHEAD, FARGO, CASSLETON, VALLEY CITY, JAMESTON. MINNE ' ... WAÜKAN, • • ^ . (DEYII/S LAKE,) M1LNOR, LA MOURE, BISMARCK/ MAN 1)AN, GLENDIVE, BILLINGS, LIV INGSTON, Ysltewstaie Nslioiisl Fail, HSLENA, DEElt UIDGE, BCTTF. CITY, MT3 ^ 80TJIA, 8P0KAKK FALLS, WALLA W'A! LA, THE DALLES, ' . Portland, Or-, Olympia, New Tacoma, Victoria^ ' 1>. C. fc Jill points in British Columbia, and Alaska, Salem, Albany, and Rpsebnrg», Or. raamhfil) That tue Northern Pacific lüiilroad fiildiilltuJL ran» Gie only Emigrant Sieepen*,. y Pa y Coaches, the ou'y Pullman Hitwiper* only Hildas «'atk l«*tween St Paul and* d v Oregun, witticuiCchmage. Elegant Horton Cliair Cara are run betweoifc Dnltith and JBrainerd Pult hifo»inaikr*B4n regard t»j the Northern Pa cific lines can bo obtained tree by addressing CHAS. S. KKK, Asst. Siq C Vm**. 1 raffie, .S' Pr.:% -Y na. - - - T- l*Tu