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Pac-ifli express, < Atlantic express Frcbrht N<>- I: -> 11 Freight N". 14. <; I'aHth' express. > Atlantic express. Freight Ne. 1-i, Frei-lit No. 1S, ,IVK. .'oinç west r.. I coin -I east i. joins west I . ( soins east'... DEI'AItT. I Soins west». . ■. (soins east), ooins west)... I soins east i... ..It 45 a. in . 3:05 p. in .. .0:35 p. in 3:05 a. in II : 53 a 3:1 p 10:15 3:35 pin Livingston Postoltioe. Open week days from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. in Sundays, from 1 to'2 p. m. Money order and register business traits acted from 9a in. to4 p. m. Mails going west will close at 11:15 a m Mails going east will close at 2:35 p. m. F. VV. WRIGHT, Postmaster, LOCAL LAYOUT To-morrow will lie tin* first Sunday in Advent. It is rumored that Sheriff-elect Edsall will appoint a deputy from Virginia City for Livingston. Taxpayers should remember that ten I km* cent will he added to unpaid taxes ami collected as part thereof after to-day Pat. Gil boy and R. II. Hiady shot four mountain sheep on the head of Sluice creek a few miles above the canyon the first of the week. Vow is the time to do annual assessment work on your mining claims. Loss than a month and half remains in which this work can he done. Winter dawue< on the 22(1 inst. boast of a more I upon us in a mild form Surely no country can delightful a <tmini than has been that in .Montana this season. The arrival of the pay ear on Tuesday «gladdened the hearts of the railroad boys, providing them the wherewith to procure Thanksgiving turkeys and other etceteras. The new county officers will assume the duties of their offices on the 15th of Dec ember,except the treasurer, whose term of office does not begin until the first .M on day of March. James Hoscbrough, a brother of Charles Kosebrough of this place, died suddenly Wednesday of last week, at Mizpah, w hile on the way to his home in the Black Hills from Miles City. Win. P. Sell ussier, of Philadelphia and recently of Omaha, has associated himself with II. \I. Sloan in the Ennis & Co. meat market. Mr. Schussler arrived in Livingston from the west on Tuesday. A grand masquerade on skates at the Holler Hink is announced for December llth. to which an invitation is extended to all. This will be a novel entertainment, and bids fair to be a pronounced success. J. If. Hamscy. Frank Lampman and C. Berry started yesterday on a hunting trip to the Musselshell country, where they expect to trap and kill wolves for the bounty which is paid for their scalps. On Saturday last D. L. Willard took possession and has since been running the N. P. livery stable. Don is a rustler from away back and it will be a cold day when lie doesn't get a liberal share of public patronage. Jas. Ennis & Co. are this week display ing in their market as fine beef as we have ever seen. It is the production of range-fatted cattle, and will compare fa vorably wiili the stall-fed beef of the eastern markets. Dr. A. J. Hunter and Henry Frank, the merchant tailor, bet a fifty-dollar suit of clothes ou the lute presidential contest. The Doctor called on Frank yesterday who promptly yielded up the clothes without a murmur. Acting-Governor Tooker has issued a warrant for a special election in this coun ty on Tuesday, December 16th, for the purpose of electing a representative in place of Win. Martin, whose death occur red at Bozeman on the 10th inst. Members of the Young Men's Social Club arc requested to meet at the Extek riusK office on Tuesday evening next, at y o'clock. It is hoped there will be a full attendance of members as important business is to be transacted. Don't forget. The members of the Livingston brass hand arc making arrangements for a mas qucra«Jc ball to be given at the Holler Hink Christmas Eve. Every effort is being made by the boys to make their ball preeminently the social event of the sea son. Stephen and John Howell came down from Cooke Thursday. They report a large number of miners at work there yet, and all are hopeful that congress at this session will grant the right-of-way through the Park for the Cinnabar & Clark's Fork railroad. The opening of the Higgins House, the new hotel at White Sulphur Springs, was celebrated on Thanksgiving by a grand hall and supper. The Higgins House is under the management of the popular caterer E. C. Dyer, late of the Albemarle, this place. '\v were in error last week, it seems, in regard to there being no aspirants here for the postoftice. The present incumbent says the woods are full of 'em, and among them some persons whose loyalty to the lcpuhlican party was never before ques tioned. On Tuesday morning about 9 o'clock the citizens of the town were startled by an alarm of fire from the switch engine opposite the Livingston House. It was occasioned by the burning out of a chimney, resulting in nothing more serious than to give our citizens a scare. Next Monday will be collection dav for the Enterprise, the first since the sus pension of the daily. Owing to the present dull times we have apportioned our week ly advertising rates fur the winter uu the a a of ty is in in in in basis of two meals a day and a lunch and it is hoped our partons will come to the front without a murmur. Helena is making arrangements for a street railroad, to be put in operation early in the spring. Doubtless the citizens of Helena could negotiate for a loan of the Billings street cars for the present, as their career of usefulness has come to an end—the beer garden at Conlson having closed for the season. D. P. Van Horne and I. M. Curtis leave to-day for the east, to their old home ef Binghamton, New York. Dave leaves with matrimonial intentions, and after a about two months near the sojourn o scenes of his ooyhood will return to Liv ingston with his affianced. The best w ishes of the Enterprise attend him. Last week's issue of the Bozeman Chron icle came to us reduced in size from a 9 to an 8 column paper, and this week it has been necessary to double-lead all the read ing matter to fill up. We would suggest the propriety of cutting it down another column if Bozeman cannot afford to sup port it in its present form. President Arthur has telegraphed acting Governor Tooker commuting the sentence of Frank Young to imprisonment for life. It will be remembered that Young was sentenced by the district court in October, 1883, to lie hanged for the fatal shooting of Daniel McCarthy at Cooke City, July 10th of that year, but was afterwards granted a reprieve. The Odd Fellows' ball at the Roller Rink Thanksgiving evening was fairly well attended, tin re being between fifty and sixty couples present. The party passed off very pleasantly and all who at tended enjoyed themselves to the fullest extent. An good supper was served at the Livingston Hotel. The Northern Pacific special car, Yel lowstone, passed through Livingston on Wednesday with the commissioners ap pointed by the president to examine and report upon the Cascade division of the Northen Pacific road. The commissioners are DeWitt C. Wheeler and Alexander McDonald of New York and R. B. Lang don, of Minneapolis. A. W. Miles started on Wednesday for a visit to the home of his birthplace in the far east—Holliston. Mass. Arthur has gone to join the idol of his heart in matri mony, and the best wishes of his numer ous friends attend him. Mr. Miles is one of the most successful business men in the Yellowstone valley, and we can but commend the lady's choice in her selec tion of a husband. Union Thanksgiving services were held Thursday at 11 a. in. Dr. Archibald de livered n excellent ard appropriate dis course in which he referred to some things for which the church and the world should not be thankful. He further spoke of our national resources, also the converging forces out of which in time will come a higher civilization. All were well pleased with the first publie Thanksgiving service in Livingston. Thanksgiving day the ladies of St. An drew's decorated their chapel with the boughs of the graceful and sweet smelling cedar and juniper, and the altar with miniature sheaves of wheat. At the ser vice on Thursday morning the music was beautifully rendered by the choir, and a suitable sermon delivered by the rector from Ps. c, 4: "Enter into His gates with thanksgiving and into His courts with praise: be thankful unto Him and speak good ot His name." We are pleased to announce that Capt. Dan Edwards has been appointed and re ceived his commission from the h?ad office of the Cambrian Alining Company at St. Paul as general superintendent in Mon tana. "Uncle Dan'' has spent a lifetime in mining camps throughout the west, is a practical miner, and the company could have selected no one in this section who would more ably fill the requirements of that position than Air. Edwards. All business of the company will hereafter be transacted through him, notwithstanding a previous announcement of Mr. Ceper ley's agency for the Territory. Air. A. W. Paul, of Three Forks, passed through Livingston Thursday with a car load of horses for the eastern market. He informs us that he started with two car loads, but on reaching Hamilton 18 head were found to be dead, having got down and been trampled upon At Hamilton he unloaded them, re-loading one car with the balance and proceeded on his journey. This is quite a loss, but he hopes to coni|>el the company to sustain it, as he claims that several of them were down before leaving Time Forks, but the railroad employes would neither hold the train nor leave his cars on the side track to enable him to get them up until the train reached Hamilton. PERSONAL POINTS. Judge H. N. Alaguire left for Califor nia last Monday. Charlie Hoffman came over from Boze man on Wednesday's express. C. S. Hefferlin made a short visit to Billings the first of the week. Mrs. H. C. Reihl, of Helena, is the guest of Airs. H. W. Bingham of this city. Herman Orschel went over to the coun ty capital this week on a business trip. R. A. Bell came down from his hermit age (Gardiner) on Monday and went to Billings the next day. Hon. James Fdwards, of Duluth, chief mover in the Cambrian Mining Company, is just recovering from a severe illness. a Johnny Lilly left on Sunday for San Francisco where he will spend the winter, returning to Livingston about June next. Toney Earley returned this week from the booming camp of Butte. Toney says though there seems to lie considerable life a there, yet business is greatly overdone. E. Goughnour paid a visit to Reed's Point on Thursday to look after the con struction of a portion of the agency buildings at that place, for which he has a contract. Dr. A. J. Hunter accompanied by his daughter, Aliss Sallie,came up from Huh ter's Hot Springs yesterday. Miss Hunter will remain in Livingston and attend school during the winter. W. E Pyle left on Monday for his home in Bates county, Mo., where, it is rumored by some of his most intimate friends, he has gone for matrimonial purposes. Air. Pyle will leturn to Livingston about the first of the New Year. C. T. Hobart was in St. Paul this week, and stated to a reporter of The Day that that the new hotel in the upper geyser basin would be ready for occupancy next season by the time tourists can get in after the snow has disappeared and the high water in the Gardiner and the Gibbon re cedes. Fire in the Livingston House. Friday morning about one o'clock the whistle of the switch engine again sound ed an alarm of fire. This time the fire was in the Livingston House, and was caused by au explosion of a lamp in the hallway up stairs, setting fire to the cotton cloth with which the walls and ceiling are lined, from which the fire municated to the the fire occurred being served for ball, and by the was corn roof. Fortunately while supper was the Odd Fellows' timely aud almost superhuman efforts of those present, part of whom formed a bucket brigade and applied water to the roof while the re mainder w'orked on the inside removing the lining from the walls, the fire was ex tinguished with hnt a small loss in the way of damage to building and furniture. An Engine Smash-Up. On Thursday morning as one of the ten-wheel consolidated engines, No. 469, was backing from the round-house switch to the mam track it was run into by en gine No. 179, on the main line, complete ly demolishing the cab, jamming up the end of the boiler aud derailing the tender. No. 179 came out of the wreck minus the pilot and front trucks, steam chest badly broken, and in fact the w'liole left side gearing more or less damaged. As the two engines were being towed to the ma chine shops for repairs—one minus cab and tender, with its rear end all battered, and the other prrpped up in front, with neither pilot oi trucks—they presented a most dilapidated appearance. The wreck caused a delay of the west-hound express about thirty minutes. Strange to say, neither firemen or engineers were injured in the accident. A Severe Wind Storm. Tiie first severe wind stortn of the sea son struck this country on Wednesday morning, doing no further damage at this place, however, than to wreck a few signs and scatter lumber from Goughnour's yard in rather a promiscuous manner At Helena they were not so fortunate, as we learn from the Independent that at that place fences, chimneys and even brick walls were blown down. The south gable of the graded school building gave way, carrying with it a large portion of the roof and loosening many of the brick, which will necessitate the rebuilding of the walls. Several spires of the Aletho dist church were blown down, a portion of the roof of the Alontana National Bank was blown away, carrying part of the cornice with it. Mr. Cochran's house was partly demolished, brick falling in a room and striking two of the children, inflicting severe scalp wounds. Several glass fronts were blown in and general havoc created all over that city. Arrival of the Fish Car. The special car belonging to the United States fish commission, in charge of G. H. H. Aloore, passed through this place Wed nesday, eu route for Deer Lodge, from which point the distribution of fish to Montana and Iadaho will he made. The car left Washington. D. C., on the 14th inst., with 25,000 fish, and slo perfect is the arrangement for their care that so far there has been hut a trifling loss. Stops were made at Chicago and Quincy, 111., DeAIoines, Iowa, and at St. Paul. The car is similar in appearance to a passenger coach on the outside, hut the interior is finished in oak, and is so arranged as to answer the purpose of kitchen, dining room, business room and storage room for the fish. At one end M \ Moore has his private apartments, and just outside of them is a cooling box for icë, by which the air in the tanks are kept cool. The tanks, four in number, take up both sides of the aisle for about two-thirds of the length of the car, in which the fish are kept in little tin pails, each of which con tain fnm twenty to thirty little fish, float ing in clear water, and varying in size iromonetosix inches in length. This car of fish consisted principally of carp, although there are some tench and blue carp. The tench is an entirely new food fish so far as this country is concerned. It is a scale fish, prolific and hardy, aud of good flavor, though' it does not attain so rapid a growth as the carp. The blue carp is a new variety in this country also, and the present spawn will be the first that is distributed. Carp, according to it to he all the in the is per till ed of Con of had ride not a in age, the of The shirt to with or solid was San life has his he the temperature of the climate, will grow from one to five pounds in a year, and in some instances they have been known to grow even larger. , It is useless to intro duce them in waters already occupied by such fish as bass, sunfish, perch, trout, or any other fish-eating species; minnow's are objectionable as they destroy the eggs Night hawks are also an enemy of the carp, and must be guarded against. The fish are sent to applicants subject to the express charges and a charge of 50 cents to cover the cost of the tin pails m which they are shipped Application for fish must he made to the United States fish commissioner at Washington, through a member of congress, who is required to endorse the application in order that the commission may not he imposed upon From Deer Lodge the car will be taken to Portland, from where the fish will be distributed through Oregon and Washing ton Territory. a From Cooke City. Married—at 6 o'clock p. m., at the residence of Capt. J. H. Pearse, Cooke City, by Rev. Father Halton, Hobt. P. Yivion, of Bozeman, to Miss Nellie S. Blair, of Lancaster, Ohio. Reception 6 to 12 p. m. No presents. The above is something after the form of the card I hold in my hand and as I look back over the events of the last few days I will try to give you the particulars. On Saturday Air. R. P. Vivion and the in vited guests from Bozeman arrived and you could see a look of sadness steal over the faces of our bachelor citizens, and see them in little groups on the corners dis cussing the advent of our friend Vivion and what had best he done under the cir cumstances. The outcome of it was a bachelor supper on Sunday evening at the Lancaster hotel, and such a repast, have a faint recollection of something of the kind hack in the States, hut thought it would he impossible to produce the like in a mining camp, hut mine host and hostess of the Lancaster seem to he equal to any emergency, and over roast chicken, oysters and Mumrn's extra dry the boys told stories of the days that are gone, and our friend Auston would forget himself and begin to relate his experience in '40 when he was young and had serious in tentions, then he would cast a longing look toward the parlor and his hand would steal to the top of his head and en deavor to conceal the hare spot and then he would heave a sigh and replenish his glass. The toasts were numerous and ap propriate. At 6 p. m. on Monday the spacious parlors of the Lancaster were thrown open to the invited guests where all were comfortably seated. The bride, Miss Nell'e P. Blair, accompanied by the fairy bridesmaid, Miss Henriett Pearse, and Air. Vivion, attended by Capt. Pearse, entered. The bride was attired in white, the dress of silk and an overdress of old lace, with a beautiful bridal veil and orange blossoms. The fairy Was dressed in blue silk. Father Halton performed the impressive marriage ceremony of the Catholic faith, and in a few moments they were man and wife, and while Mr. and Airs. Vivion were receiving the congratu lations of their numerous friends Mrs. Dr. Alacumber rendered the Grand Wedding Alarch by Menddlessohn. At 7 o'clock the dining room was thrown open and the guests partook of a bounteous repast. It is impossible for me to describe the menu; suffice it to say it was grand. After sup per the guests tripped the light fantastic till 12 o'clock, when they retired at one o'clock. One hundred guns were fired in honor of the occasion at 7 a. m. Mr. and Airs. Vivion, accompanied by numerous friends, started for Bozeman, their future home. We are having fine weather and the miners are improving it. There is more work being done than ever before at this season of the year. On Alonday as some of the miners were passing the store house at the Great Re public rainé they discovered that it had been broken open and some of its con tents gone. Search was at once commenc ed and the goods found in the possession of Gotleib, a German living in camp, and while the necessary pa|iers were being made out he took a walk over fthe hill. Con Alurphy, minus hat and coat, iu hot pursuit. It was a fine race, odds in favor of Gotleib. The question is, where has Gotleib gone? Parties seem to think he had some assistance in his escape. Emtio Princeps. Letter From New Orleans. Editor Enterprise: A continuous ride of 2,500 miles in a railroad car is not calculated to tranquilize the nervous system. The transition from the almost frigid to the almost torrid zone is pleas antly agreeable. From the snow-capped Rockies to the bright, sunny South within a week, is taking one across the continet in a hurry. It is not very warm here, the nights being quite cool. The green foli age, open doors, the lively mosquito and the half-clad darkies, remind one forcibly of summer. At Corinth, Miss., we first began to realize we were in the South. The broad-brim Southron, with elaborate shirt front, cane or umbrella, ever eager to talk about the condition of affairs po litically, mourning the loss of property, with no spirit to change his mode of life, or to cause two blades of grass to grew where only one now ekes out a sickly growth, despising the nigger, and taking solid consolation in being miserable. The cotton crop is two million bales short and prices are low. The corn crop is fair and might be better if some Yankee spirit a of of ed at to was infused into their way of farming. * Large plantations, and there arc many of them, that were worth $50 per acre are now going to waste aud are being sold for taxes. The children of Ilam seem to thrive best when crops are poorest. The cabins swarm with the young of that class of people who certainly are not as well fed nor clad as liefore the decade just passed. The buildings for the World's Exhibition are terribly behind, very little having ar rived to fill them. Ouly one state, Ne braska, has commenced to make a show ing. A good many men are at work, hut there is yet a vast amount to do, and it is quoted that everything will not he in apple-pie order for two months yet. There will be lively times for 15 or 20 days, as it is expected to open up for business December 16th, and the president of these United States will he here with about the same gaug of outriders as went through the Park with him—and do as little good. This is, to a northerner, a wonderfully queer city—its narrow streets running at right, regular, acute and reverse angles, its quaint architecture, its conglomeration of all nations—Turks and Trojans, Jews and Gentiles, Spanish and Mexican, Pole and Pat, Sam Lung and the inevitable "nigger"—all abound, and the half is not told. Cole's circus is billed to open Sun day, November 30th, and if it allows what it advertises the grand exhibit and Mardi Gras will pale to a mere rush light. The world-renowned banal street is worth a thousand miles travel to see under the full blaze of noon, gas and electric lights. There was very little excitement during the campaign. The election passed off quietly,—and if they ever settle dow n to business again in the North, it will he a g(K>d thing for all hands 'round. Truly Yours, Observer. Park Notes. Assistant superintendents, G. L. Hender son and J. W. Weimar, started out last Saturday to search for hunters, who are reported to he killing game inside the Park on the western border. They also > intend, if weather the will permit, to make j a thorough exploration of several hitherto almost unknown geyser basins in the im mediate vicinity of Marshall's hotel. This region is especially attractive as it has been kept in obscurity from the specimen fiend, everything being fresh and polished trom nature's great workshop. For won drous beauty tney far surpass anything hitherto discovered in the Park. The Park school commenced last Tues day with seven scholars. There are at present thirty children in the Park, of which number about twenty will attend school this winter. Miss Pickering is teaching the young ideas how to shoot. Mr. Hale deserves thanks for his untiring efforts in organizing tü«î school. G. to i 7 p. 52 is a Railroad Note». The last spike of the fourth trausconti nental line was driven at Huntington, Or., on the 24th, by officials of the Oregon Railway and Navigation Company. At a meeting of the directors of the Northern Pacific held at New York on the 21st it was decided to make monthly instead of weekly reports of their earnings hereafter. The Pioueer Press is authority *for the statement that a fast train will he run between Portland and Chicago in t04 hours. The time now between Portland and St. Paul since the fast mail train has l>een put on. is 96 hours. They will make the entire trip in 8 hours more. During the recent trip of vice-president Oakes over the Northern Pacific, his party stopped at Horse Plains and attended a dance that hap|>ened to be given that night hv the citizens of the town, at which the ladies and gentlemen of the party en joyed themselves greatly. The railway accident at Garrison, re ferred to in our last issue, is thus describ ed by the New Northwest: Garrison had a first-class sei saiion Tuesday in the way of a train smash-up, in which fortunately no one was hurt. A west-hound freight of twenty laden cars on the Northern Pa cific broke in two near the tunnel, several miles east of Garrison. The engineer no ticed it and called rejieatedly for "brakes" hut the conductor and brakeman on the rear section paid no attention, and as it was a heavy down-grade he pulled out to keep clear of the loose section. Finally lie run for Garrison, jumped off to report and leave word to have the loose section stopped, and was just pulling out again when it overtook his section, striking with terrific force, wrecking two cars complete ly, telescoping and smashing up the re mainder, and throwing one set of trucks clear out from under a car. The concus sion again broke in two the section attach ed to the engine and several cars started after the engine, which was run clear to Gold Creek before the chasing section stopped. The brakeman and conductor escaped by jumping. Mr. John O'Neill thinks the damage to cars and goods will reach $40,000 or $50,000. F sell and For N <fe Go all our M A their aside in I that is Society Notices. The ladies of the Congregational Aid Society will hold their usual meeting at the hall on Main street next Wednesday at 4 p. m. All the ladies are invited to be present. Next Tuesday evening will occur the second sociable at M. E. church. In ad dition to to the social part, there will be music, speaking and reading. Come to these socials and be at home, all are wel come. The Band of Hope meets at 3 o'clock Sabbath afternoons, at the M. E. church. The organization is for the instruc tion of children in the truths of temperance. All, both old and young, are invited to come, and especially those that mom Yo ouly. ages, ■ sent who age in all all H. who are interested ia teaching children how to "shun the way of evil doers." Come, let us send our children and let our influence lie felt on the side of truth and temperance. Allen. >R Bjorkland, August Bolter, Mrs. Josie Cas-, Mrs Emma W. > Hoîzîna^D^ j *cCartv'F* m S Church Notices. Episcopal Church : Nov. 30 is Advent Sunday and St. Andrew 's Day. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Holy Com munion in the morning and Choral Ser vices in the evening. Catholic Church: Services will be held by the pastor, J. H. Halton, to morrow' at 10:30 a. m. Also a lecture in the evening at 7:30. Subject: "The Church of Christ is distinguished from all others by the mark of unity." There will be preaching at the AI. E. church next Sabbath morning, begin ning at 11 o'clock. Subject: "Incentives to Persistent Christian-Effort." Sabbath i school at 12 m., Mrs. Alorris, superin tendent. Preaching in the evening at 7 o'clock. Congregational: Preaching to-mor row' at 11 a. m. by the pastor, Dr. Archi bald; also a lecture will be given at 7:30 p. m. The third of the series on the parables—"The Father's Kiss." All the parents of the children attending Sun day school are invited to be present at the Sunday school to-morrow to take into consideration the necessary steps for having a Christmas tree on Christ mas Eve. _ _ Not a Suburb. Alaiden, Aleagher county, gave Knowles 52 majority. Considering that the town is a suburb of Maginnis, the republicans did nobly.— Avant Courier Maiden is no more a suburb of Alagin nis, than Bozeman is of Livingston. This town stands on its own merits and by the time it is as old as Bozeman, it will be twice as large. The jackass who wrote the above, had better be "whacking bulls" for a living.—Alineral Argus. List of Letters Advertised at Livingston Mont., November 34, 1884. McElrath, W C Oirborn, Chas F Olson Christian Sisco, Geo W (2) Trout, Ben Thompson, Thomas Tottau, T S White, J. Arthur Wood, John Murray, James II Murphy, John In calling tor the above please say "Advertised,"' giving date. F. W. Wright, P. M. At Cost! At Cost!! We will sell our entire stock of lamps, lanterns and bird cages at cost for the next 30 days to make room for holiday goods. Campbell & Merrill. SPECIAL MENTION. A mammoth stock of Cigars just re ceived at Post-Office Drug Store, direct from Havana. Call and give them a trial. Campbell & Merrill. Apples—A car load of Michigan apples just received at N. C. Matthiessen's Big Horn Stores. F NOR SALE OR RENT.--House and lot, will rent for $8 per month or sell for $600 c ish, or sell on installment plan—rent to apply on pur chase price. If you are paying rent think of this and see if you cannot do yourself some good. For further particulars call on or address Nov. 29, w2 H. B. BLAIR. N O ICE OF DISSOLUTION.—The partn ship heretofore existin as Howell, Gordon <fe Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Go rdon Bros, continuing the business, to whom all bills s onld be paid and who will pay all in debtedness. Ambrose Howell. Wm. M. Gordon. Geo. Gordon. Livingston, Oct. 2-lth, 1884. c A to in W ARNING TO SPORTSMEN.—AII parties are notified not to hunt or trespass upon our enclosures without first obtaining our con cent. John W. Granniss & Co. Dabney Cattle Co. Nov. 15.—3mo. M EETING a. O. U. W., Livingston Lodg • No. 23, every Thursday evening at 7 o'clock sharp. All visiting brothers cordially invited. F. L. Mintie, M. W. R. H. Nobton, Recorder. RINK! RINK! A. GRAND Masquerade on Skates ! AT THE RINK, Tuesday Evening, Dec. 9. '84. A Rig Time expected, All who wish to par ticipate iu the Carnival in Mask will hand in their names to George Knight, who will lay aside Skates for all who Buy tickets. Admission, 50 Cts. Skates free for the entire evening. |^*Masks for sale at the Rink. As The and cific New York House Main Street, This House has been rebuilt and fitted up in good shape for the accommodation of the working class of Livingston, or where the traveler can find a home at reasonable prices. Remember that you can get Five Square Meals for $1. I can lodge 2 for 25 cents. I beg to inform the citizens of Livingston that I have recently added a large Dining Room and that my customers will be weil cared for. The Lunch Stand is open day and night as usual. Oysters in every style. Please give me a call. CHRIS. McGATH, PROPRIETOR. HELP that will put you in the way of making in mom y in a few days than you ever thought p -ibleataiv business. Capital not requit for working people. Send 10 cents postage, anu we will mail you free a royal, valuable sample box of goods more pos Capital not required. Yo caD live at home and work in spare time ouly. or al the time. AH of both sexes, of all ages, grandly successful. «0 cents to $5 easily ■ aroed every evening. That all who waut work may test the business, we make this un paralleled offer. To all who are n»t well sat isfied we will send |1 to p..y for the trouble of writing us. Full, particulars, directions, etc.. sent free. Immense pay absolutely sure for all who start at once. Don't delay Address Stinson A Co M Portland, Maine. more money than at anything else by taking an âgency for the best selling b .ok out. Beginners succeed grandly None fail. Terms free. II ai.i.ett Book Co , j Portland, Maine WIN $200000 in presents given away. Send us 5 cents postage, and by mail you will get free a pack age of goods of large value, that will start you in woik that will at once bring you in money faster thau anything else in America. All abont the $200,000 in pnesents with each box. Agents wanted everywhere, of either sex, of all ages, fty all the time, or spare time only, to work for til at their own homes. Fortunes for all workers absolutely assured. Don't delay. H. Hallett & Co , Portland, Maine. and Fnm N. gaee tore, Lower Main Street FEED CORRAL, Billy Miles, Prop. BALED HAY, CHOP FEED, WHEAT and OATS for sale by the pound or in CAR LOTS. Best of care given to all Stock placed m my care. Prices Reasonable D M. REESE, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER STORE FITTING A SPECIALTY. Plans and Speciiications given for any kind ot work. Office at the Brunswick Hotel JOHN O. SAXE & CO., NEWS AND FRUIT DEALERS, AND CONFECTIONERS. The latest eastern Dailies. Illustrated Journ als and Magazines always on hand. MAIN STREET. Hot. Cold and Shower Baths at Nick Imo's Main Street Barber Shop. c c c ::î::î coocococ THE GILT EDGE! F. H. LORING, Prop., CHOICEST TINES LIQUORS aid CIGARS. Princely furnished parlor rooms in connection. BRICK BLOCK MAIN STREET. ccocccicccocosccecoccocooo 'THE OASIS" J. LISE, Prop Lower Main Street, - Livingston. Fine Liquors and Cigars. Bowling Alley and Peel TaWe In connection. A PRIZE Send six cents for postage, an«l receive free, a costly box |of goods which will help you to more money right away than anything else in this world A II, of either sex, succeed from first hour The broad road to fortune opens before the workei s, absolutely sure. At once address. Tri e A Co., Augusta, Maine. GOING EAST GOING WEST No matter which, the Rj . IS YOUR LINE, As it will takeyou in either direction between ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, G LYNDON, MOORHEAD, FARGO, CASSLETON, VALLEY CITY, JAMESTOWN. MINNE WAUKAN. (DEVIL'S LAKE,) MILNOR, LA MOURE, BISMARCK, MANDAN, GLENDIVE, BILLINGS, LIV INGSTON, Yellowstone National Part Helena, LÆ. T., DEER LODGE, BUTTE CITY, MISSOULA; SPOKANE FALLS, WALLA WALLA, TIIE DAI .LES, Portland, Or., Olympia, Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, B. C., all points iu British Columbia, and Alaska, Salem-, Albany, . , and Roseburg, Or. Domonihpp Tlist the Northern Pacific Railroad UulIlulilUul runs the only Emigrant Sleeper#, The only Day Coaches, 'he only Pullman Sleeper# and the only Dining cars between St. Paul and Portland, Oregon. Full information in regard to the Northern Pa cific lines can be obtained free by addressing (HAS. S. FEE. General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Mini MINNEAPOLIS«! ST.L0UIS R'Y AND TUX " FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE." w StA e»A At CAP #6 «S& V* Æ LBE i»rd UTOTu MIL !>rri Flou * 1 » 01» NGU Libc CoUmtni Win ATbl rtf ■Centre ,111 mil. Ale W.Q tr Han Cy LPeUn t The above ia a correct map of the . ALBERT LEA ROUTt^ and lta immediate connection#. Through Train# dally Fnm 8T. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS TO 4HHAAG0, without change, connecting with all line# EACT and SOUTHEAST. T The only line running Through Cara between v MINNEAPOLIS and DE8 MOINES, lotp(U. Through Train* between t MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. LOOM, connecting In Union Depot tor all Pointa South and Southwest Close connection# made wtthSL P., UAD. N. P. and St P. * Duluth Railroad#, from and to all points North and North-Weat RKMEMBKRI PUIWAV pALAC* Bimin» Cabs on all night Train*. Through Tickets, arid bs« gaee chocked to destination. For tim» tables, rate at tore, ett, call upon nearest Ticket Agent, wr andrem 0. F. BOYD, : • Gta'l IHAhm. Ag't, MUaaapells. RUPTURE Absolutely cored In 30 to to •lays, by Dr. Pierce's relent „ Usgnetio Zlaatie Trass. "Warranted the onlyEleetrlcTru*» ia the world. Entirely different fron* all others. Perfect Betainer. and is won with ease and comfort night aud day. game the renowned Dr, J. S*nuns of New Tort, --- and hundreds of others. 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