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Gold Grows.
The question as to whether or not
gold grows has been one which has been
under discussion among miners and
prospectors for many years. A writer
in the Chicago Mining Review claims
that it does and advances a reasonable
theory to that effect. After stating the
fact that the waters and soils are im
pregnated with different minerals in so
lution and that electric currents exist
in much greater strength in such local
ities, he says that it would seem to solve
the problem why gold is more abundant
in localities where these conditions ex
ist in a high degree, as by this force and
that of atlinity whilst in a high state of
electricity it is carried in connection
with water into the veins, and there de
posited by natural affinity or attraction.
It is a well established fact that in the
early stages of our earth's formation
these electric currents and forces were
many thousand times stronger than at
the present age. Therefore, in former
ages minerals of all kinds grew and in
creased much more rapidly than at the
present time. And still they are in
creasing and forming at the present day,
and especially in veins where a current
of water exists. And should veins be
lacking of water near the surface it
could reasonably be expected to find
richer mineral at a depth where there
is an overflowing current. In still fur
ther proof of this theory—that water
and electrical forces are the great agents
by which the precious metals are formed
and deposited—we would cite to the
reader the well known fact that old and
abandoned placer claims which have
laid idle for years are not infrequently
re-worked with nearly as g od results
as in the first place. And, in still fur
ther proof that gold grows, we might
say that in reopening old shafts or lead
claims in California and Old Mexico,
quartz containing gold has been found
to have re-formed since the abandon
ment of the mines, but invariably
where there was a current of water,
thus establishing the fact beyond any
doubt or question that gold grows, the
solution of various rock formations
with the water and electric currents
governing the amount of metallic form
ations. Finally the great question
arises, Where is the source or fountain
head of all mineral and rock V My an
swer is-^the atmosphere.
Breeding; Bnlt'ako.
S. L. Bed son of Manitoba has been
experimenting with the interbreeding
of bison since 1*78. lie thus relates the
results so far obtained:
In 18791 purchased five buffalo calves,
one bull and four heifers, for which I
paid $1,000. From that start I have 33
pure-blood bulls, 35 pure-blood cows, 8
half-breeds, 0 three-quarter breeds and
10 head presented to different persons.
The half-breeds are very prolific. The
cows drop a calf annually. They are
also very hardy, as they take the instinct
of the buffalo during the blizzards and
storms and do not drift like native cat
tle; they remain upon the open prairie
during our severest winters, while the
thermometer ranges from 30 to 40 de
grees below zero, with little or no food
except what they rustle on the prairie
and no shelter at all. They are always
in good order arid I consider the meat
of the half-breed much preferable to
that of domestic cattle, while the robe
is very line, the l'ur being evened up on
the hind parts the same as on the
shoulders.
The three-quarter breed is an enor
mous animal in size, and has an extra
good robe, which will readily bring $40
to $50 m any market where there is a
demand for robes. I had one of my
three-qua: ;« r breeds, four years old,
slaughtered be spring of 1888 and it
dressed l.Lhü pounds. They are also
very prolific* and I consider them the
coming rattle lor our northern ranges,
while the half and quarter-breeds will
be the animals for the more southern
district. The half and three-quarter
breed cows, when matured, M ill Yveigh
from 1,400 to 1,800 pounds.
I have never crossed them except Yvith
a common grade of coyvs, Yvhile I be
lieve a cross Yvith the (JalloYvays would
produce the handsomest robes ever han
dled and make the range cattle of the
world.
I have not had time to give my atten
tion to my herd, more than to let them
range on the prairies at will. By prop
er care great results can be accom
plished.
Half-breed cows have calved success
fully in the spring Yvhen the temper
ature has been 15 degrees below zero.
In one instance I have knoYvn a buffalo
coyv to calve at 30 degrees beloYV zero
and no injury to either cow or calf.
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Dr. Walter K. Hammond says: "After
a long experience I have come to the con
clusion that two thirds of all deaths from
coughs, pneumonia and consumption ! J°
might be avoided if Ackers English I
Cough Remedy were only carefully used
land,
in time." This Yvonderful remedy is sold
under a positiYt* guarantee at the Albe
marle drug store.
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Careless Mothers.
Many mothers have permitted their
children to die before their eyes when
they might have been saved. Any mother
who keeps house without a bottle of Ack
er's English Baby Soother at hand runs
risk which she may sometime regret. It
has saved the lives of thousands of chil
dren and is doing so ei'ciy year. Sold by
C. W. Savage & Co.
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When baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
YVhen she was a child, she c.-ied for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she bail children, she gave them Castoria.
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Flaming Fire in the Veins.
Wc hold positiY-e proof that Acker's
English Blood Elixir cures all blood poi
sons Yvhere cheap sarsaparilla» and so
called purifiers fail. Knowing this, we
will sell it to all yyIio call at our store on
n positive guarantee. W. Savage & Co.
tice
settler
final
proof
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who
of
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Better Than Bloody Battles.
not ! General Wheatcroft Nelson says: "Mv
been experience in the English army, as well as
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thoroughly purifies the blood or adds to
health, vigor and life as Acker's English
Blood Elixir."' This great remedy is sold
under a positive guarantee by C. W. Sav
age & Co.
LIST OF LICENSES
Issued During; Uic Ouarter Ending Au
gust 31, 1K88.
Name. Occupation. Amt Paid
Mrs M E Boughton, boarding house......$ 2 50
W II Campbell, physician................. 4 00
Geo Slater, theatre........................ 2 00
A L Nichols, livery stable................. 15 00
Krank White, general gambling........... 33 34
G YY' Grant, physician.........."........... 4 00
Harden Smith, faro...................... 40 00
McKee Rankin, theatre.................. 4 00
Win Mitchell, hotel........................ 2 50
C'has A Burg, wholesale liquor............ 31 25
Win Bause, merchant..................... 3 00
.John W M Tinling, merchant............ 3 00
.1 II Deever & Co, merchant............... 3 00
Thos Foley, saloon........................ 60 00
Frank Irvine, merchant .................. 3 00
C S Hofftrlin, merchant................... 3 00
Thos Howell, saloon...................... 80 00
W F Kirby, restaurant............... 2 50
McKanlass Specialty, showman........... 4 00
Savoy A L ng rinan", restaurant........... 2 50
ü M Hatch, merchant..................... 5 00
E Goughnour, merchant................. 5 00
.1 W Nelson, gen'l gambling.............. 33 34
E J Owenhouse, merchant................ 5 00
Brooks Bros, Ag'ts, gen'l gambling....... 33 34
J W Steel, saloon and pool table.......... 85 00
S L Holliday, merchant.................. 5 00
Sam Sing, laundry......................... 5 00
H S Double, merchant..................... 3 00
H 1. Lowndes, merchant.................. 5 00
llefferlin Bros, merchants................. 5 00
Spencer. McIntyre & Heath, minstrels____ 4 00
11 O Ilickox, merchant.................... 10 00
It D Alton, physician...................... 16 00
C W Savage, Ag't, merchant.............. 5 00
Mrs Honora Mclnerny, lodging house____ 10 00
Bliss & Kavanaugh, saloon and billiard
table....................................
Ii B Dunh am, merchant...................
Wm J Estes, merchant....................
W P Mulholland, merchant...............
Nhearlock & Officer, merchants...........
Gordon Bros, merchants..................
P C Kohinson, saloon..................... 80 00
Francis Irvine, lodging house............. 2 50
,f W Nelson, saloon....................... 80 00
65 00
3 00
3 00
5 00
45 00
5 00
2 50
60 00
5 00
33 34
3 00
33 34
5 00
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10 00
Phil Mercer, restaurant
Susie Survent, retail liquor
W F Sheard, merchant.....
1 tV Gibson, gen'l gambling
W F Kirby, merchant......
Frank White, gen'l gainhlin
AlvaMayne, merchant.....
Hall A - Brand, merchants...
Krieger & Co, merchants...
A Krieger & Go, merchants............... 10 00
Western Union Telegraph Go, 4 sets tele
graph instruments ... .................. 4 00
F W Sorby & Go, gen'l gambling......... 31 34
K A Ellis, physician...................... 4 00
Stull & Fowlie, saloon, billiard and pool
tables................................... 90 00
G A Burg, saloon.......................... 80 00
A Lainlt. wholesale liquor........ ........ 31 25
K B Einison, saloon and billiard table____ 65 (X)
Herman Bauman, merchant............... 3 00
G B Swift, toll road.... ................. 10 (X)
Brooks Bros, Ag'ts, saloon................ 60 00
Geo W Metcalf, saloon.................... 45 00
Geo YV Metcalf, livery staide.............. 15 00
J O Sax, merchant........................ 10 (X)
Mentor Wetzstein, concert................ 4 00
Ghas A Johnson, saloon................... 60 00
J G West, merchant....................... 3 (X)
Mrs Matt Welcome, hotel................. 2 50
Mentor Wetzstein, canine show........... 4 < 0
James Connell, merchant and saloon..... 50 00
Geo T. Chambers & Go, merchant........ 10 00
Wm F Duncan,restaurant................. 2 50
^Christ Nutson, saloon............ 60 00
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Dr 1 Putnatn Strayer, surgeon dentist
Cottage Hotel Association, stage line.....
J YY' Button, express wagon...............
Y1 Groonquist, merchant..................
K Goughnour ic Son, merchants..........
Frank YY'hite, Ag't, saloon, billiard and
pool tables..............................
Bliss & Kavanaugh. gen'l gamhiing.......
A G Yule, toll bridge......................
Fay Ttansom, saloon.......................
F YV Sorby A: Co, saloon..................
Il O Ilickox, saloon.......................
11 O Ilickox, gen'l gambling..............
M Both, wholesale and retail liquor ...... Ill 25
S M YY'etzstein, saloon, billiard and pool
tables.................................. 90 (X)
Mrs M J McCiatchey, merchant........... 3 00
GeoT Young, express wagon............., 5 00
Daugherty & Maloy, saloon............... 80 00
G II Hey wood, saloon..................... 45 00
I Or sc bel & Bro, merchants............... 5 00
I Orschel <fc Bro, wholesale liqnor........ 31 25
K Fuhrmann, saloon...................... 45 00
L D Garvin,saloon....................... 25 00
40 00
90 00
33 34
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25 00
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45 00
33 34
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M G Vale, faro....................
Mrs 8 G Stinson, merchant........
Ghris McGrath, lodging house____
Mrs Jas Kohinson, restaurant.....
Losekamp Bros, merchants........
Mentor YY r et/.stein. tiieatrical show
YVittich Bros, merchants...........
Brooks Bros, Ag'ts, gen'l gamblin'
Abel J; Lilly, gen'l gambling......
J E Ferte it Go. merchants........
YY' 11 Campbell, physician..........
Sam Lee, laundry ................
Babcock it Miles, merchants.......
Henry rank, merchant................... 5
Thompson Bros, merchants............... 15
Billy Miles it Bro. merchant and feed
stable.............'....................... 13
YY' R Bramble, hotel...................... 5
Marv E Keeney, saloon.................... 25
D 1 Donovan, hotel....................... 2
J Sablotzky, foot peddler................. 5
James Carroll & Go, merchants........... 9
Budd, Kellogg & Vickery, merchants..... 5
YY'ah Leo, laundry......................... 5
R T Smith, merchant...................... lu
G M Letherman, gen'l gambling.......... 33
YV L Sliawk, phvsician.................. 4
G B Mendenhall, hotel.................... 2
G YY'Savage, saloon....................... 80
" hotel and laundry............10
" billiard and pooi table...... 10
C T Bush a, merchant...................... 5 00
Brooks Bros, Ag'ts, billiard and pool table 10 00
Frank YY'hite, gen'l gamhiing............. 33 34
Mrs M E Bonghton, lodging house
George YY'elcome, saloon.................. 60 (X)
Shearlock it Officer, merchants........... 5 00
YY'm Mitchell, hotel....................... 2 50
Carver Mey Co, merchants................ 40 00
J YY' Nelson, pool table................... 5 (X)
D K Buchanan, toll bridge................. 10 (X)
Abe Nathan, pack peddler................ 5 00
James Oarroli & Go, merchant and livery
3 00
2 50
5 00
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3 00
33 31
33 34
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stable.
18 00
$2,978 58
List of Delinquents—Christian Lower, saloon,
Myershurg; N. 1*. Express Go., Livingston; Geo.
YY'. YY'akefleld, stage line, Cinnabar.
F. YV. WRIGHT,
Treas. Park Co.
N OTICE OF FORFEITURE-To Lewis A. Van
Horn or assigns : Y'ou are hereby notified
that 1 have performed $100 worth of labor during
the year 1887 upon the Lewis lode, New Worlc.
mining district, Park county, Montana, under the
provisions of section 2324, revised statutes of the
nited States, being the amount required to hold
said premises for the year ending December 31st,
1887. If within ninety days after this notice by
publication you fail tocontribute your proportion
of such expenditure as co-owner, your interest in
said claim will become the property of the sub
scriber under said section 2324.
MICHAEL BOYNE.
(.First publication June 30,1888.)
N OTICK FOR FUKLICATION.-Land of
lice at Bozeman, M. T.. Aug. 27,1888—Notice
is hereby given that the following named settler
has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
« ill he made before the judge of the 3d judicial
district, or in his absence before the district
clerk of said district, at Livingston, Park connty,
M. T., on Saturday, October 20, 1888, viz : William
A. Francis, who made homestead entry No. 582
for lots 3 and 4 and S. E. \ of S. W. *4 and S. \\ r .
>4 of S. E. ' 4 Sec. No. 30, Tp. 1 N. R. 10 E. He
names the following witnesses to prove his con
J° lm Martin and Louis Brooks, all of Livingston'
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tinuous residence ujpon. and cultivation of. said
land, viz: John E. Gustine, Owen P. Dabney,
[First pnb. Sept. 1,1888]
N OTICE TO CO-OYVNEB.-To the heirs,
administrator and assigns of Antony Weiss,
deceased, you are hereby notified that I, David
Noble, have in accordance with section 2324 of
the Revised Statutes, of the United States, expend
ed in labor and improvements npon the Sea Lion
and Silver Lake lodes located in New World min
ing district, Park County, Montana Territory, for
the year ending December 31st, A. D. 1887, the
sum of Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00). You, and
each of you, are herehy notified that unless you
contribute your proportion of such expenditure
together with interest and costs within 90 davs of
the complete service of notice of publica
tion, all your right, title, interest and claim, in
and to tlie above described lode mining claims,
will become the property of the undersigned, your
co-owner, who has made the required expenditure,
required by law in such cases.
DAVID NOBLE.
[1st pub. July7,1888.]
N OTICE FOR PUBLICATION.—Land Office
at Bozeman, Montana, Sept. 6 , 1888. No
tice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will he made before the judge of the third
judicial district, or, in his absence, the clerk of
said judicial district, at Livingston, M. T., on
Monday, October 22,1888, viz: David N. West,
who made homestead entry No. 487 for the N. y t
N. VY . *4 and N. y t of N. E. % of section 34,
township 6 south, range 7 east. He names the
following witnesses to prove his continuons res
idence upon and cultivation of Baid land, viz:
Frederick Bolten, William H. Lee, Samuel Daily,
Fonntaine Black, ail of Fridlev, Montana. !
GEO. W. MONROE, Register.
(First publication Sept. 8,1888.)
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A. B. LIND,
Estimates furnisted on all kinds of work. Brick
work a specialty.
Manufacture Brick,
and will contract to supply; quantity
to suit purchasers, cr will lay
tiieui in wall as may be
desii ed.
UVINCSTON,
MONTANA.
WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
Livingston Mont.
W . F . KIRBY, Proprietor.
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Rates—$1.25 per day : Meals. 25 cents. Board and
Lodging by the week $6.50; Board
or Meal Tickets, $5.00.
ALSO PROPRIETOR OF TI1E
HALF WAT HOUSE
at Myershurg on the Castle Mountain
Road Dinner Station for the
Castle Stage,
HOTEL, POSTOFFICE and STORE.
Keep a stock of General Merchandise,
Cigars ar.d Tobacco. Also Feed
and stabling at Reason
able prices.
GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Murray's Specific.
Trad e Ma rk. A guaranteed cure for all nervous
diseases, such as Weak Memory,
Loss of Brain Power, Hysteria,
1 Headache, Pain in the Back, Ner
vous Prostration, YY'akefulness,
Leucorrhiea, I'niversal Lassitude,
Seminal YVeakness, Impotency and
and general loss of power of the
Generative organs;—in either sex,
caused by indiscretion or over ex
R» 4 nm Taldnir ertion, and which ultimately lead
Betöre I axing. to premature oll| a „ e> insanity
and Consumption. $1.00 a box or
six boxes for $5.00. Sent by m ail
on receipt of price. Full particu
lars in pamphlet, sent free to
every applicant.
Trade Mark.
We Guarantee Six Boxes
to cure any case. For every $5.00
order received we send six boxes,
with a written guarantee to refund .
the money if our Specific does not AftorTakingi
effect a cure.
Address all communications to the Sole Manu
facturers, THE MURRAY MEDICINE GO.
Kansas City, Mo.
Sold in Livingston by G. W. Savage, sole agent.
ALBEMARLE
Sample Room
MAIN STREET.
Handsomely Equipped with
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES,
CLUB ROOMS, ETC.
Elegant Ba r and Fixtures, supplied with the Beet
WINES,
LIQUORS & CIGARS,
both Imported and Domestic
SHELF GOODS A SPECIALTY.
GRAT & WETZSTEIN, Managers.
J. F. LONG,
-Manufacturer of
SADDLES AND HARNESS
Repairing Neatlv and Promptly Done
at Reasonable Prices.
A full Stock of
Stock Saddles, Bridles, Cdaperajos, Bits
and SPURS always on hand.
Belts aid Pistol Holders In Stock and Made to
Order.
LIVINGSTON. MONT.
THE OASIS!
J. W. NELSON, Prop.
Having just completed our new bnilding on Main
Street, and furnished the same with every
thing appertaining to a first class
bar, we are prepared to
greet all our old friends and as
many new ones as will favor us with a call.
The Best Brands of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars Constantly on hand.
MAIN STREET,
LIVINGSTON
LOWER MAIN STREET
FEED CORRAL,
BILLY MILES & BRO.
PROPRIETORS.
BALED HAY, CHOP FEED, WHEAT and
OATS for sale by the pound or
in CAR LOTS.
Best of care given to all Stock placed in my
'are. Prices Reasonable
The BUYEB8' GUIDE 1«
issued March and Sept*
(each year. It is an ency
clopedia of useful infer,
'motion for all who pur
chase the luxuries or the
necessities of life. We
can clothe you and furnish you with
all the necessary and unnecessary
appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep,
eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at home, and in various sises,
styles and quantities. Just figure out
what is required to do all these things
COMFORTABLY, and you can m ake a fair
e stima te of the value of the BUYEBS'
GUIDE, which will be sent upon
receipt of 10 cents to pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
111-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, HL
BABCOCK & MILES.
Montana's Largest Wholesale and Retail
Dealers In
HARDWARE
and
and
the
OUR STOCK IS HEAVY IN
TinYvare,
Builders' Ware and Supples,
Blacksmith Supplies,
Miners' Outfits.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Paints, Oils, Glass,
TENTS, WAGON COVERS, DUCKING,
FLOWS, HARROWS and DRILLS.
Nl> if
-GENERAL AGENTS FOR
.
AULTHOUSE WIND MILLS,
y
DEOERIGK, VICTOR AND UGHTKIN6
HAY PRESSES
Learn Our Prices
on the Above
the Best.
if
You wish I
THE BAIN WAGON,
Tubular Axe or Steel Skein, leads the]
world for strength, durability
and Light Draft.
BABCOCK & MILES.
JSgf'Youi' Correspondence Solicited.
for
I. ORSCHEL & BRO., I
Clothingand FnrnishingGoods
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Great Clearing Sale and Cut in Prices.
TpOR THE NEXT SIXTY DA YS we will sell all Lightl
Weight summer Clothing, consisting of Suits, Light
Weight Underwear, Linen and Alpacca Coats and sJLI
Alpacca Coats and Straw
Hats, at a great reduction. We need room lbr our new fall
stock which onr Mr. Orschel is at present buying in the
eastern markets.
NOW IS YOUR TIME.
Come early and secure yourself a great bargain
I. ORSCHEL d BRO.
.—1 if 1 zv ____
Clothiers and Men :
s Outfitters i
LIVINGSTON
stock
6E0. T. CHAMBERS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Hardware, Stoves
Tinware, Woodenware, Glass all sizes, Paint*
Oils, Varnishes, Tar Paper, Iron, Steel,
Miner's and Blacksmith's supplies,
Agricultural Implements,
and Farming Tools
BARBED WIRE!
Tents, Wagon Covers, Planet, jr., Drills, and Sew Home
Sewing* Machines, in fact our stock i
[ng£ lviaemnes, in iaei out- »luck is too varied to
particularize, but we have a full line of goods aiul
plenty of them. We buy them in large lots,
and of first hands, therefore can make you
bed rock prices. We fear no com
petitors, and ask only for a trial
and you will be convinced
we are the parties to buy of.
Rushford Tubular Axle Wagons,
Deering Mowers 1 Binders
AND REPAIRS FOR SAME A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Tin work and Plumming Done. Your
trade solicited.
GEO. T. CHAMBERS CO.
SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT
FFLAJSTK
the Jar
Clothingl
Has just received direct from the manufacturers
est and best selection of Spring and Slimmer
ever laid down in Montana.
. Also a larger stock of gents' furnishing goods, bootij
and shoes, and a general stock of merchant tailoring good
y direct from the mills, of the latest styles and patterns.
-MERCHANT TAILORING
Our cutting and fitting department is complete and we will guarantee satisfaction
Main Street, - Livingston
NEW MEAT MARKET
MAIN STREET,
* S. L. HOLLIDAY, Prop'r.
A CENTRAL SUPPLY OF
I FRESH and salt meats
----ALWAYS ON HAND. ALSO
Game, Poultry, Fish, Butter, Eggs & Vegetables)
A FINE LINE OF TEAS ALSO IN STOCK.
The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited,
S. L. HOLLIDAY.
PLEASURE RESORT
AND HOME FOR THE SICK.
HUNTER'S HOT SPRIHGS
AT MENDENHALL, MONTANA,
2^ miles from Springd.-ile station on the Northern Pacific Railroad, where car-j
riages Yvill be in attendance at all trains for the transfer of guests.
Mails Delivered Twice Daily at the Hotel Office.
TOWN LOTS
for residence and business purposes for sale.
C. B. MENDENHALL. Owner and Proprietor.
I Frank White's
Billiard and Pool Parlor
Brick Block uud xr Enterprise office
Park Street.
PURE WIN F^ I IDIIORQ SL CIGAR&
^ W,INL& ' LIQUORS & CIOA"
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC.
GEORGE W. METCALF,
Feed and Sale Stable
CORNER MAIN AND CLARK STREETS.
FINEST "TURNOUTS" IN THE CIT^,
Tourists and Travelers carried to or from the remotest points with safety
Horses, Mules, Harness and Wagons bought and sold.
Oats and Baled. Ho.yi
stock boarded bj the day or Keek. Spectal attention given to «cntlcn*»
Terms as reasonable as any in the city. Call and see us
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