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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE.
' 3IR?9EP1!E!$^SMK3hi235HBc62i5 VOL. I. NO. 8. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1383. Price, Tei. Cents. THE DAILY ENTERPRISE. Published every day except Sunday. WEIGHT & HENDRY, : Publishers. IYIXCSTOX, MO XT., JUNE 12, 1883. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I One Your, by mail......................... $12 00 I six Months, by mail....................... ~ 00 I Three Months, by mail.................... 5 00 TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: Itv Carrier, every evening....... äücts per Week. || Single Cojr. ........... ..................lOets, |; l-'or 20 Copies or more...................Sets each. YUYKBTIS1NG RATES: l* or standing advertisements, rates will be given LL1 nation. jidtices for one insertion only, fifteen • r um*, lor two or more insertions, ten •r line each. N BROTHERS, REAL ESTATE DEALERS. Correspond dice* sol it ;ited. Olllce on main street. H. T CE IMJRI.KY s MS AL ISST. \TIS AGENCY, Li ving.it on lots lor sale. Lots in Riverside Ad dition. Ulflce op; jos ito passenger depot. 1 OIJ.Y 11. J LDE it, A TTOIlNh Y AT LAW. Colli étions rfi ceive prompt attention. .) •' s> " T il, « — A T1' O It N E Y AT LAW — Office next loor to Holmes* Lumber Office. jp R Y E & LeRO Y, A T T O R N E Y S AT LA W. REAL ESTATE AGENTS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. Office on Main Street, Smith's block. R. 1). ALTON, M. D., -SURGEON,— N. P. R. R. Co. Bank of Livingston. STEBSINS, MUND & CO., Livingston, GENERAL Transacts a HANKING Montana. BUSINESS Exchange on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Interest Allowed ok TIME DEPOSITS Collections made a specialty, er.ye solicited. Correspond A. L. LOVE, Cashier. A LARGE LIST OF LOTS, On Main, Park, Second and B Streets. Excellent Business Locations. Yellowstone, Third, Front, and C Street Lots. improved and Unimproved Residence Rroperty Improvod Business Property on Main Street. Fertile Farms in d Ranches In the Yellowstone Valley. Mining Claims iw Clark's Fork. Dwelling Houses to Rent. Commission at Property sold on J. H. Elder's Real Estate Agency, Blue Front, Main Streot, Livingston, M. T. 00 00 00 « -A.ny t) ocLy -A. 1ST 3D Everybody Can Make Money by Purchasing some of these Choice Lots : Good residence lot* 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... G25 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 tween depots. 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 of the fity. 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 j Lots in the city. ALLEN BROTHERS, LISBON, Dakota. LIVINGSTON, Montana. ^"LIVINGSTON OFFICE ON MAIN STREET.^1 _ 5G % % A % % Ai % VV VC , w % *«. V ^ / \ \ * % V Ä for V \ % A \ ®o "■ * w %y % \ vv Ç > 7# Kt \\ %, \ ■* % Q>L% <A v\ \ \ A ^ As * '%Si* f o % * V <V x x % x X'X y A I.ORSCHEL& BRO. « Miles City and Livingston, Dealers in GROCERIES! Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. Jobbers in WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, ALL KINDS OF SMOKBR8' ARTICLES AND BAR FIXTURES. AGENTS FOR THE BEST BREWING COMPANY. Bingman New Halt, 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 ïriyrrm From BUMHELL'S TEMPLE OF W0H DEBS, Corner 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 Continual 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. jySECURE TICKETS AT THE POSTOFFICE AND AVOID THE RUSH AT THE DOOR. MONTANA NEWS. Helena's townsite embraces about nine square miles. The advance of the railroad has so en livened the saloon trade in Helena that )ld-timers are reminded of the days of '65. Discouraging reports come back from quite a number who left Montana to work on the Canadian Pacific, work is reported scarce. The body of a nnin was seen in the river near B.l lings on Saturday but dis appeared while the discoverer went in search of a coroner. The contract for the care of the poor of Custer county has been awarded to J. G. Mackenzie, and that for medical atten dance to Dr. J. J. Wood, A Chinaman stole $800 at Trout creek, Missoula county, recently, and left for San Francisco. He was arrested at Dillon and is now in Deer Lodge jail. A skating contest in dne of the Helena rinks between W. Alexander and J. Rey nolds resulted in the latter winning the purse, $65, by a narrow majority. A few days ago the dead body of a young and well dressed man was found in the Jocko river, near the third crossing. The feet were tied together with a rope, and a bullet hole through the body told a tale of murder. The body was buried on the bank of the river; name unknown.— Missoula Times. Twenty-five carloads of cattle passed through Fargo over the Northern Pacific yesterday, en route to the great M 0Q t ana Stock Company's ranch. It is said that during the present season this company will ship from the east to their stock farm not less than five thousand head of fine cattle.—Fargo Republican, Sunday. Montana stock growers are buying young cattle in Iowa and Illinois and ship ping them out to the bunch grass ranges of the territory by the train load. There is money in this new deal. Yearlings in the prairie states are bought for consider ably less than owners are willing to take in Montana. This is already, the present year, quite an item in the transportation receipts of die Northern Pacific. The same stock in two or three years later will go back over the same line of railroad, rolling fat beeves, to supply the markets from near which they came in the first place. T. J. Lowry tells the story of a freighter who was coming along the road in the Three Forks bottom at the same time the track was being laid. The bottom was almost a sea of mud, and for ten days it was nip and tuck between the freighter and the railroad. Sometimes the freighter » was ahead at night, and sometimes it was the railroad. The freighter was almost in despair, thinking the railroad would beat him into Helena, but finally a bridge de layed the tracklayers, the oxen struck solid ground, pulled out, and have reached Helena before the iron horse after all. The Northern Pacific is making giant strides across the continent.—Helena In dependent. Several of Major and Mrs. Maginnis' friends drove to the terminus of the North ern Pacific yesterday to meet the stage and escort them to the city. When the parties met there were hearty greetings to our distinguished delegate and his lady. Delegate Maginnis stands at the head of the territorial delegation in Gougress, and has served so well and long in the halls of Congress that Montana is justly proud of her able and eloquent representative. He is always welcomed here most cordially by his constituents, irrespective of party, as he works with an eye single to Mon tana and the interests of the whole people. Mrs. Maginnis is glad to get back to the mountains and her old friends once more. They are stopping at the Cosmopolitan . Hotel.—Independent, 10th. Dan Costello's circus has left Duluth via. the Northern Pacific en route for the Pacific coast. They will travel by special to Mandan, by regular train to Helena, and thence across country in their own wagons. We may expect them in Livings ton in a few weeks. Costello's will be the pioneer circus of Montana—a descrip tion that will in after years be a proud distinction.