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THE "DAILY ENTERPRISE
VOL. i. MO. 7. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, MONDAY, JUNE II, 1883. Price, Ten Cents. the: daily enterprise Pub!is>heii <*vory day except Sunday. WRIG-HT & EENDBY, : Publishers. LIVING STJ ) N. M ONT., J UNE 11, 1883. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. » >ue Year, by mail......................... $12 00 fix Mo. Ilis, by mail....................... 7 00 Three Months, by mail.................... 5 00 TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: ,}\v i 'arri'-r, every eveiiiuir.........50c tä per Week. [siii de ( oi<y.................................lOeta, !j eg Copies or more ...................Seta each. ,DY V '/SI N < « RATES: K or Htandirr' advertibements, rates will bo given mu appli< ; mm ir ( M fur on»* insertion only, fifteen puts per line. For two or more inanitions, ten »•ni - u* r line each. v,nwwnwT«i 1 ttr ALLE.S BROTHERS, REAL ESTATE DEALERS. orrespondence solicited. (Jill ce on main street. » a r r. CEÏ ERLEY'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, Livingston lots lor sale. Luts in Riverside Addition. Office opposite passenger depot. A JOHN II. ELDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collections receive prompt attention, jj A . S M I T il, — AT TURNEY ATLAW OJBco next :loor to Holmes 1 Lumber Office. JM B Y E L E B O Y, A T T OKNÏÏY8 AT LAW. REAL ESTATE AGENTS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. Office ou Main Street, Smith's block. K. I). A LTON, M. D., SURGEON,— [ N. P. R- R. Co. Bank of Livingston. STEBBINS, MUND & CO., Livingston, GENERAL Transacts a BANKING Montana. BUSINESS. Exchange on all t lie principal cities of the United States and Europe. Interest Allowed on TIME DEPOSITS ( 'ollections made a specialty ence solicited. Correspond A. L. LOVE, Cashier. A LARGE LIST OF LOTS, On Main, Park, Second and B Streets. Excellent Business Locations. Uowatone, Third, Front, and C Street Lote. mproved and Unimproved Residence Rroperty. iproved Business Property on Main Street. Fertile Farms and Ranches In the Yellowstone Valley. [fining Claims iw Clark's Fork. ©welling Houses to Rent. Property sold on oui mission at H. Eider's Real Estate Agency, B)ue Front, Main Street, Livingston, M. T. J^IXTD Everybody Can Make Money by Purchasing some of these Choice Lots ; Good residence lots for.......... $ 25 00 House and lot on B street........... 300 00 Lot 10, Block 94. Fair business lot and a bargain at the price........ 300 00 A good corner on Second street..... 350 00 A No. 1 business lot on Second st... 625 00 Lot 21, Block 59, on Third street.... 710 00 Lots on Front street, near new hotel, each 800 00 Well located building and lot. Building rented as a hotel for $50 a month. A rare chance......... 800 00 First-class business corner......... 1,000 00 Lot 9, Block 63, on Park street be tweendepois. Lot is rented for $240 a year......................$1,000 00 Lots on Park street from $600 to.... 2,000 00 Lot 12, Block 61, corner Mainland Park streets. The best business lot in the city........... ....... 2,000 00 Two of the finest buildings in the very heart of the business part oi the city. Every room rented for one year to reliable parties. Will pay 60 per cent, on investment... 4,000 00 These are a few of the Lots we have on our list, all of which are sound investments . Before buying, call on us and see the largest list-of Lots in the city . ■ [ a .llen brothers, LISBON, Dakota. LIVINGSTON, Montana. gyLIVINGSTON OFFICE ON MAIN STR EET., V o *3 £ r O A % vv. < o. A <> % : 1 'P % ¥ 4 > % x \ X X X ty ' X t. TA A ^ \ % % G ht < <K & V' O. V % Sj.. o Q \X V A A |"_ Q; % Qs. X. X. p , 'q> A ~o> \xv vx \VA ^ X V \ X % />• % f G 4 A, % % \ X X % x % O* I.ORSCHEL&BRO. Miles City and Livingston, Dealers in c R o c E R i E S Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. Jobbers in WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, ALL KINDS OF SMOKERS' ARTICLES AND BAR FIXTURES. AGENTS FOR THE BEST BREWING COMPANY. Bingman New Hall MAIN STREET. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHTS, June 12th and 13th. Cards of Admission........... 75c Reserved Seats..................$1.00 Children...................... 50c Seats can be secured at the Postoffice. NIGHTS OF ENCHANTMENT TES. Prom BONNELL'S TE0IJPE OF WON DEBS, Comer Ninth and Broadway, New York City, and late of the Principal East ern Theatres. STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS, And presented with the most GORGEOUS AND COSTLY PARA PHERNALIA AND APPARAT US EVER PUT ON THE STAGE IN MONTANA. No Intermission. But one Continued Dispensation of Hilar ity and Excitement. East India, New York and London Sensations, and a Merry Combination of Laughable Incidents, Interspersed with Clever Puns, Hits at the Times, Delicious Absurdities, Delightful Music, Oddities, Sketches ad infinitum. xgpSECURE TICKETS AT THE POSTOFFICE AND AVOID THE RUSH AT THE DOOR. "Nights of Enchantment." To-morrow night (Tuesday) at Bing ham's new hall, up stairs, on Main street, the above entertainment will take place. Being personally acquainted with Prof. Lewis, and recognizing his eastern reputa tion, and also to-day dropping in on him when arranging his magnificent stage set ting and paraphernalia, we can safely say that he will fulfill his promises and give Livingston the most refined and laughable entertainment ever presented in this sec tion. The hall will be seated with chairs, and, as quite a number have already been reserved, he will have a full house. Tick ets are for sale at the postoffice. Notice his column advertisement. The last meeting of the County Com missioners there was appropriated $300 to build a jail at this place. Of course we should be thankful for small favors but it strikes us that it is poor economy to keep paying transportation expenses for a lot of petit criminals who might be confined here for the short term for which they are convicted. Next to the Almighty, in fact more than He, the roughs fear officers Coni y and Metcalf. No deed of darkness but what they ferret it out and promptly bring the offenders to justice. To their efforts is greatly due the quiet and orderly state of the city, and strangers and others are as safe all hours of the night as they would be in their own homes. The machine • shops here have. so far progressed that the stone foundations are all finished and ready for the brick work, which will be commenced as soon as the brick can be hauled upon the ground. The shops, when completed, will be the largest on the line of the road, and will employ a large number of men, 1,000 of whom will be placed at work this sum mer. Smith, Hagy & Co., at their new store, on Park street, have greatly improved the appearance ôf their store under the skill ful and artistic suggestions of Mr. D. C Detillier. The arrangement of the many colored goods on the shelves is very at tractive, and the goods look tempting enough to persuade a lady to buy even though she had to give them a stand-off to do so. Mr. A. B.Curry is still with the firm, and claims to still hold his share of ti e ladies' trade. Last night a female celestial of micro scopic virtue, who delights in the name of Princes Ah Sin, created quite a commotion in the part of town in which her peaceful habitation is located by blowing her whistle and making loud cries and pro testations against her door being broken in. Soon a large crowd was gathered but the unknown demolishers of doors, celes tial sleep and contentment had vanished in the brush and were forever lost to view to the almond-eyed heathern and the police officers. It is not probable that the Park Branc h road will be in running order before the latter part of October. At present all the iron has been used, and although a further supply of.iron has been ordered it is not thought it will arrive in time to facilitate the time of opening the road before the above mentioned date. This is just what our citizens want to happen, and will l>< worth many thousands of dollars to us thb summer, as all tourists will have to outfit here, and they consequently buy it cheap er than at the end of the track. Hominy and Arnica. An old darky came into an Austin drug store with his head bandaged up and groaning as if every bone in hi body was broken. " What is the matter ?" asked the drug clerk. "We have had the bery debble of a time, me and de ole woman, battering ©ach ndder wid de chairs and sich." "Well, what do you w r ant?" "We needs some anarchy. Dar ain i no anarchy in de house. De bottle g< v smashed in de fuss, and de anarchy spilled all over the floor." "If yon had more harmony in you" house, there would be less anarchy, " re marked the drug clerk, smiling as In filled a small bottle of arnica. "Yon am right, boss. Dat\s jest what de fuss was about. De reason we needs anarchy is bekase dar war no hominy in de house, and dat's why de ole woma n hit mewid de chah *." —Texas Sifting ..