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initivf. Farift«- cxproe», (going west)............12:2.0 a. m. Atlantic cxpitte, vgoingeast)........... 1:25 a. m. hiouriit No. 13, (going west).:...........11:55 p.m. Kiei^ht No. 14, (goiflg east)........... t 1 eight No. It», (going cast ).......... freight No. 16, (going easu.......... ni:r»r»v. r*anfic express, (going west).......... Atlantic express, (going east)......... Krsigtit No. 33. (going west).......... rr^igiit No. 11, (going oast;........... (• rcigbt No. 15,(going treat)........... Freight No. 16, (going east).......... Livingston Poste» flice. 7:30 a. m. 4 : J5 p. m. 3:35 p. ni. 12:55 a. m. 1:40 a. in. 1:25 a in. 7:55 a. m. 0:45 a. m 2:00 p. in. i [ Open week days from 7 a. m. to 7:.'X) p. ru. j '"ÄS »ij*&";«• business trau». I »eted I rum « r. m. to 5. p. nr. | M ^**" iUg ?!Twm^t ! M'ôli 9 uLtcr, j --------- • — -------— — ; MAMMo 1II HOI SPRINGS Mail leaves ; Livingston at 7:3Ua m. and 1 hursduys. Sundays, Tuesdays A. A. Deem, Agt. LOCAL LAYOUT Mattliiessen : s, both Valentines ai N C beautiful and itosuid. .J. Trout of the Upper Yellowstone is in town. The unions W. H. McJBrayer whisky at .lame* howjie's. Merchants report a marked im provement in trade during the past few days. Staple and fancy groceries at N. C. Mat th leasen 's \\ itid from the west with the ther- j mometer regit tenug from J5 to 10 ; degrees above zero. | Horseshoeing, new shoes, $4 per set; re-j 2m"'* ' u " er """j <i© tollilly MiWs for baledhay, o»tt, wheat ; bar icy «hop feed, tie. At wholesale or retail Th« report is circulated that the pay car will be here tu-uight. No one leels like stating it certainly, however. Blair k Donovan have stove wood for sale. Go to Mr*. Scott's lor a warm, comfortable room. One report says that the intercession j of the Swedish consul-general with • the president resulted iu AdolfsonV 1 I reprieve. I Fine tobacco and imported cigars at Harry ! ! Robinson 's, Alum street James Fowlie ha* the celebrated W. 11. Me- ! Hruycr w lusky. ! John T. Lilly will spen l about four j mouths m tlie east, returning about J une 1st, when he expects tunas iu Cooke City to open very lively. Harry Robinsm has opened a confection ery ana cigar stand ou alum street, in Alaj. liingtiHin't» building. Go to Mrs. Scott's for a warm, comfortable room* In the matter of C. W. Savage & , . . r -...... * ! 1 I i j ! injunction to restrain further proceed mgs under the attachments. Lubciou» beef tea and all kind« of hot drink* at Jim Lane's place. Go to the Big Horn Stores tor the cele brated F unob cigar—only &ctnts. Newhind & Howell, contractors and! builders, who have their shop near the Enterprise ollice, have dissolved their partnership, and Mr. Newlamt j will m future conduct the business ! a l OH( ., j Hot drink* and beef lea at Jim Kane's j ! Go Vo tlie Big Horn Store* lor Iresh oypters O. S. IlefforliH, the Northern Facilic j agent at this place, is back from an ] extensive tour through Colorado and Kansas, the scenes ot his railroad ser ■ v " l, <' on lhe - Nunk «»-" : : nnuiuery «act i«ucjr guou* nn»aii/ rouucea j * Collections of aU kinds carefully atleiided to bv Morn* cook. The Governor was solicited to par don George Weber, wno kilted John Zutavein at Gardiner last summer, j and was sentenced to twenty years in the penniteiKiary. The lequest was icfused. Go to N. C. Mattliicssen's for nieersehaum pip«*, cigar homer* Hnd .ill kinds ol »moKti* 1 ki ueir*. Fr**h Oysters *t the Bis Horn Stores. The Cliinese New Y'ear now in pro gress begun last year on February 7, but this year January 20, showing that their year is about twelve days shorter than ours. This arises from tlie fact that their months extend fiomone lull moon to another, or a little over twen ty-nine days iu each month. 8purring exhibitions every evening at Mc Ari.iur> i.iii 1'ioiit *< 110 ( 111,011 hjuu niiwt, l Hwttfii '1 i iit Drew amt Faisy 'i rumor. A j :umi>*ion cUHigtd. Alt invited. Private i.NMiu* given in ooxing by ulliei oi the above. '1 wo Chinamen were brought before Judge Lh id long to-day upon the charge of selling diseased meat. Titty sold ihecaicass of a hog to McDonald A iiuiVMt which bore evidence of a dis • used condition, and gave forth a disa gimibte odor. As soon as the pur •* iiasèi s discovered the condition oi the uitat they sent tor the Chinamen aud ordered the money returned and the lork taken away, which was doue. As* " e 1° press decision in the case bu» Lit i (♦/]) i v TvJeu d. j E. on m. m. m. m. ni. m. in. in. m. in. Northern Pacifie Change». The resignation of John Muir from the snperintendency of traîne of the Northern Pacific will make the follow ing changes: J. M. Ilannaford will be general freight agent of the entire Northern Pacific road and branches; C. S. Fee will be general passenger agent, his title covering the passehger i and ticket departments. II. C. Davis [ will bo assistant general passenger j agent. S. F. Boyd, late ef the Minne I «polis & St. Louis, will be general ticket | agent. A. L. Stokes, who has been j «MiïtoBt superinteuileut of traffic on — ; the west end of the Northern Pacific ; |j wes< will b»e assistant general freight agent of the entire road. It is ru - mored that George J. Charlton, son of the passenger agent of the Chicago & Alton, will he given the passenger agency of the west end of the North ern Pacific and allied lines. Reprieved Again. Carl J. Adolfson, nearly a year ago, cut the throat (or is alleged to have done so) of one Andrew Siorberg. He was tried for the crime, and sentenced to be hanged last autumn. Then lie was reprieved until February Till next. In the intervening time a j strong effort seems to have been made ; ^ 0 save Adolfson's neck, and it is | said that he had a rich brother-in-law in New York who was a personal friend of tit* president. However ; * lave ) >eel * it is certain that after Governor Crosby hatl refus ed to further reprieve Adolfson, (/res ident Arthur took the matter in hand and ordered the respite until Septem ber 1st next, and until that time his neck is safe from the law. Meantime tlie Supreme Court will review his j case and probably grant him a new • trial. The principal witness against, him has left the country, and it would I J I pot be surprising if Adolfson is a free | mail within a few r w, r, » » t 11 u Iwvwairii,* > ! months,, however ! guilty lie may be. ! ----•------- ! Mile» City*« Danger. j Late «n Monday night last at Miles j ' ^- v ^ ie a ^ anu ^ was raised, and I i ! j the liâmes were found to have taken possession of a laundry in the rear of the Commercial hotel. A crowd went to the rescue immediately, and by cool and determined work the danger was averted and the flames subdued before any great damage was done. The fire, . had it got under headway a little more ! before being discovered, would have 1 destroyed the main business block of I the town. Fred Orschel writes his i brother in Livingston that he regarded j the danger as so immiii:. nt that he im ! mediately began moving stock out of the store in expectation of being burned out. Miles City has been twice scourged by the flames in the past nine j months, and now again has narrowly ! escaped'the most destructive confia j gration of all. The proprietor of the j Sundry where the fire started says lie ! had no lire in the room from 2 o'clock on the afternoon be foie the fire, and j its origin, therefore, is something of a ] mystery, From England comes the report of a terrible storm that prevailed there on : Sunday last. The storm, which took the : form of a terrible gale, seems to have ex j tended over a great part oi the kingdom and a part of Ireland. Cities, widely j a part of Ireland. Cities, separated, report destruction of pro pert}*, some loss of life and many bodily injur ies from thp force iff the storm. A great number of vessels were wrecked on the j coasts, and their crews perished iu whole or jiart. At a theatre in London the win dows were blown in, and Sarah Bernhardt, who was playing, received a wound on the foot from a piece of broken glass., I* This True? A sick and worthy preacher ard his family was brought over from Livings ton last week, and is now having his wants supplied by our generous Chris tian people.—Bozeman Chronicle. Jnst recived, 100 cans of fresh, select oys •rs at the Big Horn Stores Lor 8al«. H. B. Blair has »or sale mules, harness and wagon. a fine team of Hay Pres* for Sale. A P. K. Deitrirk, Mxl8, over circle hay press lor sale. As good a* new. App'y to E. Goughnonr. Ladies should call upon Mrs. A. TI. Stephenson on Fallender street near Main, for bargains iu millinery and fancy goods. She is closing out her stock at cost. OfiBwi Room* to Rent. Gr er Smith & Hagy's store on Main street. Apply to Smith k Huey. Iff Consumer* PIe**f» Take Notice. Aftur ti:e 1st of FobMtsry, 18P4. I will not nny more coutract* for tlie delivery of teeattfie raw* of 55cents per hundred; make bargains now while it is time. À Lax1*t, Apollo Springs Brewery. Livingston. MofUStte. For watches and jewelry go to Nib v ck':. Mew otcck. - N otice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby giver) that I'eto C. Robinson and John 11. Bowman, doing business under the. firm name of P. C. Bobineou & Co., is this day dis solved by mnturi consent. John €. Bowman con tinues the business and paya all bills; P. O. liob inaon collects all bills. P- C. Robixsom. -Jo,*in u. Buwxast. Livingston. Mont., January 23, 1S84. Stage and Express Line to White Sulphur .Springs. Will leave Livingston on and after the first Mon day in February, making ons trip a week as fol lows: Leaves Livingston Monday, arrive a; White Sulphur Tuesday; leaves White Sulphur Thursday, arrives in Livingston again on-Friday. Passengers and express saloly carried at reason able rates. W u. Woolset. To Loan. $5.000 to lean on good security, from 1 tc years. F. W. Gallaoiiee. Metropolitan Hotel. to 5 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. P. W. Gallaotiek, J P. McDonald. .. .. . w f Dl! '^ ,Illtlon - Notice is herebv given that the partnership | heretofore existing between and > I has. Rosbroocli under toc fitltikmitne <4 j George Ennis' her ÄSS I For Sale. Blacksmith shop and tools, good location and good run of business. For particulars impure at this office. If you want stove wood cut to any length, split and delivered, call on Blair & Donovan, tlie cash grocers. lee! lee!! White, Mercer & Co , will again daliver ice to the multitude during the coining sea son. They will also handle on and after May 1, Milwaukee, Bozeman and Billings beer. Dressmaking. t Mrs. N. Davenport wishes to announce to her friends that she is now prepared to do I dressmaking and fancy sewing at lier resi i dence, next door to the Cate restaurant. The ! ladies will find on the first trial that Mrs. j DaVenport's work is ol a superior character and reasonable price. Dissolution Notice, and ness under the firm name ot Higgins & En nis, is this day dissolved by mötua.1 consent, Higgins Brothers have succeeded tothebusi- j ness, and will pay all bills aud to whom all outstanding accounts must be paid. Joux Higgixs, j • George Enxis, Livingston, Montana, January, 23, 1834. Scott & Kosbrough, is this day diflMved by i mutual consent. Win. Scstt continuing the j business, lowborn ail bills must be paid. Wm. Scott. j Chas Bosbkgucii. Livingston, M. T., January 14, 1884. House for Sale or Rent. Three large rooms, closet 0x6, hall 6x0. j large pantry, small cupboard, good cellar, j Will be solde heap for cash or vented to re-j sponsible party on good terms. Everything ! new and in good order. For particulars up- j ply to Blair & Jonovan, Cash goes. r 1VJOT1CE OF FORFEITURE OF MINING Jli Intercut. Territory of Montana, County of Gallatin, If84. To John Walcli, John McCarthy and John C. Roger* & Op. : You are hereby noti fied that we have expended one hundred [$100.00j dollars in labor and improvements upon the Chipmunk lode, as wilJ appear by certificate filed January 8, 1884, in the office of recorder of said county in order to hold said premises under the provisions of motion twenty-three hundred and twentv-fonr (2324) of the revised siatut* s of the j United States, being the amount required to hold i the same for the year ending December SI, 18KS. j And if within ninety (CO) days from the service of j , this notice (or within ninetv (CO) days after this notice by publication) you feil <>r refuse to con tribute your proportion of such expenditure is co-owner your interest in »-aid claim will become the property of the subscribers under said section 2324. ' ' i'nos. AckLes. Henrv VV. Snibley. Settlement to be made at this office". Wed. Jan. 10. WAKEFIELD & HOFFMAN'S jJlpg i FynrßüQ 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. m. |^"For Passenger and Express Rates en quire at the office ol the Metropolitan Hotel. A. A DEEM, Agent. u c J am.es Ennis WHOLESALE AXI) RETAIL Butcher ! I Shop on Main Street. Having purchased Wright k Holliday's old ; stand, we solicit the patronage of all th* ir old I customers, and as many new ones tvs wish to j be squarely dealt with, both m quality ot J, meats and price. MILWAUKEE Seer lEEall I G. W. DAVIS, Proprietor. Main Street, ' Livingston. FRESH BEER S. Always on tap. Also ail Kinds Cheese ami Sausage .Lunches of Jok>* Kewlasu. NEWLAND & hill-LOSK HnWEi. mS c __ \v c are p L, uds ; signs. Shop in rear sum 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 I lowest prices quoted and they will show you that their cash system takes the cake for low prices. BLAIR & DONOVAN j j i j j j j ! j Livingston Bakery ! SECOND STREET. . r CŒï^-S. AITŒITS, Prop . , . , , „ . . TT A i , ,■» , f^fspecial mducements offered to Hotels andBoardmghcuses Frssli Bread, Pies and Oakes delivered'daily bj wagon. — THE Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway is the short line from St. Paul and Minneapolis, via La Crosse and Mil waukee. to CHICAGO and all points iu the eastern States and Canada. IT IS THE ONLY LINE ; XJnder one management between St. Paul u • P„,, n , sieonimj fttar. 1 Running Pullman bleeping ears. J alace ; c f.. 1 n Smoking cars and the finest Dining cars in and Chicago, and is the finest equipped railway in tiie Northwest. IT IS THE ONLY LINE ; I j J, tiie world, via tlie famous RIVER BANK ROUTE, Along the shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains connect with those of tlie northern lines in tlie 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 sicket agent in the northwest. S. S. M ERBXI.I*. A. V. H. Carpenter' General Manager. Genl Pass. Agt \ Cubs, G. II. Heaffobd, ,Genl Supt. .hsst Genl Paso. Agt Milwaukee, Wis. VV. H. Dixon, General Northwestern Pas senger Agent, St. Paul. Minn. New Barber Shop, f M IMO, I rap. \ * I *'B''St. opposite office of Daily Enterprise.# Elegant BATH ROOMS *-? jT* ■ ■ a .lncnr»r.*e*inn. Everything nrat and nice BMrREESE^ ; CONTI ill DFR j ] j j * i . mu, THOMAS J. NOBLE (Successor toF. W. Draper.) PROPRIETOR OF THE Headquarters 1 Ma in Street Open Day & Night. Large stock of nothing but sti ictly first-class 1 LIQUORS. - WINES AND - CIGARS. ; , , ,, i n- i i .fcgnFinest Billiard and lYx)l Tables m a1 the city. 1 GOING EAST -OR \ I GOING WEST No matter which, the en Feie ßy. IS YOUR LINE, A« it will take you in either direction iK-tween ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, G LYNDON, MOORHEAD, FARGO* OASSLEXON, VALLEY CITY, JAMESTOK. MINNE WAU KAN» (DEVIL'S LAKE,) MILNOR, LA MOURE, BISMARCK, MANDAN^ GLEN DIVE, BILLINGS, LIV INGSTON, YtHiwslcnc Kalieial Fak, IÏSLEFA,' DEKB I.ODfiE, BL7TK CITY, If IS feOÜLA, SFOKAKK FAITH. TV Aï. LA WAU i, T!!E CAZI.Be» Portland» Or* 9 Olympia, New Tacoma. Seattle, Vie te lia* B. C., all point*» in British CftJumbbfi and Alaska» Salem, Albany, and Ilo.scberg» Or. That tao Northern Pacific raUrnad uvllluiliuui ri:u* tho only Kmigrj.i l -t-loegcrs» j Tf.** o,uj Day Coache*. the only Fuliu .m »ieept-i*. ] am!theV»a!y Biniiig car» t»*»tv,*f**i St. Paul and. j Portland, Oregon..withost efian^#. j Eierraut Ilmton Chair T'nra are run between * Dviutîi iu.a Lrainerd. i FuiJ in.«/« iu regard to tho Northern Pa eiU- c«— he V.S.uinfcd nee tv ca.is. S. FEE, J,**t. Rapt' Pa.-s. 4 raffic. i.i. * -ai, JJji**, . — ..p Ou jl , .Jui'U ,»