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The Daily Enterprise.
U 1 LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. JUNE 4, 1883 ^ APOLOGETIC pie publishers of The Daily Enter- prise have waited long and impatiently for the arrival from St. Paul of ma- terials necessary for the publication of their paper. The presses and a portion of the type was received some days since, but a consignment of equally necessary articles has been delayed beyond all expectation or explanation. Rather than remain longer in idleness, we have concluded to place before you this apology for a newspaper. We may be forced to issue a similar sheet to- morrow, but not later than Wednesday will place before the public The Daily Enterprise in regular form. Until then we ask the forbearance of our patrons, as they may readily Understand that the enforced delay is a greater source' of annoyance and damage to the pub- lishers than to any other person or persons. -o LOCAL LAYOUT George Miller, of Keokuk, Iowa, has purchased two lots in Riverside and will erect a residence. Real estate is booming, and Allen Bro thers and other real estate men have their hands full. The district court of the First Ju dicial district in and for Gallatin coun ty convened today at Bozeman, with a large number of criminal and civil cases pending and to be decided. The genial countenance of Col. D. H. Robertson, ex-proprietor and owner of the Cosmopolitan theatre at Miles City, M. T., is in town. He is in connection and partnership with Isaac Silverman, to go into the clothing business at their place on Main street. Attorney J. A. Smith went to Boze man yesterday to attend the term of District Court for Gallatin county, which convenes to-morrow. He will be absent during the entire week. If you wish to make a quick sale, list >our property with Allen Brothers, who have superior facilities for disposing of In the space between the Keg Beer hall and the Parlor restaurant, on Main street, a building is being erected by Mr. Flannery to be occupied as a mil linery establishment. ,,Jnt y oou Wish P a y |n S. sound invest ilînî t • ° r address Aile " Brothers, real estate, Livingston, M. T. Mrs. J. P. Nolap, who has been long suffering from severe illness, went down to Hunters' Hot Springs yester day to try the restorative qualities of the waters. We hope she may return greatly improved in health. We offer for a very few days some of the most desirable business lots in Liv ingston at prices which defy competition. On Saturday evening and also yes terday morning and evening church services were held in the waiting room of the passenger depot. Rev. Mr. Hoyt of the Presbyterian denomination, and Mr. Riggins, Methodist presiding elder of Montana, were in attendancè. Bill Smith, our town prognosticator, reports that fifty years hence Living ston will celebrate her "Golden Jubilee" anniversary on July 2, 3 and 4 with parades, a round-up, and a pageant. The show, he says, will be a humdinger. All citizens of Montana who are still around at that time are advised to lay their plans to attend.