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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE.
OL. I. NO. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1883. Price, Ten Cents. HE DAILY ENTERPRISE. Pablis-h 1 **! every day except Sunday. VSIGHT & HENDRY, : Publishers. MViNUSTON, MONT-, JUNE 18, 1883 $12 00 7 00 5 00 TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION. Year, by mail......................... |Hx Months, by mail....................... Ttrv-i Month*, by mail.................... TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: L . ^^rricr- evory evening.........50cts per Week. de copy..................................lOctB, j }i,r 'X Copies or more...................Sets each. ADVERTISING RATES: p.-r standing advertisement«, rates will be givon |ou application. L< nc»tiCi-*H for one insertion only, fifteen „.r, .,'er iiue. For two or more insertions, ten EÏ* per line each. 4 LLEN BROTHERS, ^ REAL estate dealers. Correspondence golicited. Office on mein street. II. T. CEPERLEY'8 REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ,iviag*ton lots for sale. Lots in Riverside Addition. Office opposite passenger depot.. OHN if. ELDER, attorney at law. Collections receive prompt attention r A SMI T 11, -ATTORNEY AT LA W Oiace next door to Holme«' Lumber Offlce. n S Y E A LbROY, A T T O R N E Y 8 AT LAW. I real ESTATE AGENTS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. O lût co on Main Street, Smith's block. , p * I). ALTON, M. D., ivu -SURGEON, N. P. R. R. Co. Bank of Livingston. STE3BINS, MUND & CO., Livingston, - - Montana. Transacts a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. [Archange on all tlie principal cities of the United States and Europe. 11tkrcst Allowed on TIME 'DEPOSITS Collections made a specialty. Correspond ence solicited. A. L. LOVE, Cashier. A LARGE LIST OF On Main, Park, Second and B Street«. Excellent Business Locations. YtUowatone, Third, Front, and C Street Lote. Improved and Unimproved Residence Rroperty. improved Business Property on Main Street. Fertile Farms and Ranches In the Yellowstone Vajloy. Mining Claims i«r Clark's Fork, Dwelling Houses to Rent Property sold on CcmmiiMiion at J. H. Elder's Real Estate Agency, Aloe Prent, Mels Street, Livingston, M. T. A A n y To o d y .A. 3ST !D Everybody Can Make Money by Purchasing some of these Choice Lots : Good residence lot» for.......... $ 36 00 Houbc and lot o» B street......... 300 00 Lot 10, Block 94. Pair business lot snd a bargain at the price........ 300 00 A good corner on Second street..... 360 00 A No. 1 business lot on Second st..-. 636 00 IaA 31, Block 6§, 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 », Block 63, on Park street be tween depots. Lot is rentêd for $340 a year.......................$1,000 00 Lots on Park street from $600 io.... 3,000 00 Lot 12, Block 61, corner Main and Park streets. The beet business lot in the city.................... 2,000 00 Two of the finest buildings in the very heart of the business part oi the sitj. 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 . ALLEN BROTHERS, LISBON, Dakota. ' . LIVINGSTON, Montana. E^LIVINGSTUN OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. JO_ \ % V r o. - % \ \ % r fe. % \ \ *4» % 4 t/j % \% V A % % -A 'V. o, V ^ % u. ? t- r. -o X. h \ °o % % \ V J ^ \\ Q </% "o \ &&&? vVA '<a vml Cl, a % X% \W % %, * % tv e 4* <0 % \^ I. ORSCHEL& BRO. Miles City and Livingston, , Dealers in GROCER I ES! : s Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. Jobbers in WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, ALL KINDS OP SMOKERS' ARTICLES AND BAR FIXTURES. AGENTS FOR THE BEST BREWING COMPANY. . a of at is do ous one ers out had $3 the MONTANA NEWS. Helena has a sidewalk boom. The newly established postoffice at Townsend will be in running order this week. There was a heavy frost in the Smith river valley last Monday night, but it did no damage to crops. . There are three mercantile houses at Townsend and nearly a dozen saloons. Not much of a town yet. The Hammer Bros, have found an ex tensive deposit of excellent fire-clay on their ranch near Boulder City. Gravel taken out in excavating a cellar in the main street of Helena yielded $40 to $50 to the ton in gold dust. A license has been granted H. J. Arm strong to run a ferry across the Yellow stone river opposite Stillwater. The bridge at Townsend was considered so unsafe last Wednesday that passengers were transferred by the ferry. It is now repaired so that full trains cross as before. The Husbandman understands that a stock company hqp recently been formed at Townsend to build a $6,000 hotel, the town as yet being without that commodi ty* The newly appointed bishop of the Catholic church in Montana, Bishop Brondel, is on his way to this territory to organize the diocese and select the Epis copal residence. Sam. Elwell, of White Sulphur, has located a sheep ranch on the waters of Shields river. He will put in the sum mer with the sportsman Jamison, and will return to his ranch in the fall. The Yellowstone Journal in its last issue administers another strong dose of abuse to its Miles City cotemporary, the Press. It is a pity that those two papers cannot seem to dwell together in unity. The thermometer registered one hun dred in ti e shade at GJendivc last Thurs day, and the inhabitants were gasping for a breath of the cool mountain air that we of Livingston were comfortably enjoying, White Sulphur Springs is said to be crowded with invalid visitors who come there for treatment. The accommodations at present are inadequate, but t the new hotel and bath houses will be ready in about thirty days. As long as there is as much division as is exhibited at present in regard to the Townsend and White Sulphur Springs road it is not likely that any will be built. The ]>eople talk of one route for a few months then change to another, and, in fact, don't seem to really know what they do want.—Husbandman. Geo. W. Davis, a young man of previ ous good reputation, was arrested at White Sulphur Springs a few days ago charged with having entered a dwelling near Copperopolis and taking $60. He went to jail in default of $700 bail, and one day while exercising with the sheriff, slipped away and is yet at large. It is stated by parties just returned from the north, that there are more labor ers on the Canadian Pacific than can get work. A party of 500 Swedes who went out to obtain work were unsuccessful, and had to be fed by the police. They were furnished transportation back east by the railroad company. Wages are very low, being but $25 per month for a man, and $3 per day for a man and team. A Boulder City doctor and a married woman of the village had long been crimi nally intimate, and the matter became so glaring that the citizens finally sent the gay physician out of town under the alter native of more rigorous treatment. The rfoman followed on foot but was brought back. A short time afterward shç was found in bed in a seemingly dying con dition, and the room was pervaded with the smell of laudanum. A doctor wap called in hot haste from a distance of some miles. When he arrived he took in the situation and informed the sympathizing crowd that a grand hoax had been played. Then the fair suicide sat up and laughed heartily, and when next she started to fol low her friend, the doctor, she was not de tained. to as be as by in in in He but ed of at at on a to of of be in as Distinguished Park Tourists. Among the' guests at the Livingston House on Saturday night and Sunday forenoon was a party of distinguished gentlemen from the Empire state, who had just returned from a trip to the Park They were Hon. G. Hilton Scribner, for merly state secretary of New York; Gilbert Scribner, his son; Gen. E. Jacobs, oi Delhi, member of congress from a Ne to York district; Mr. Spalding, of Bing hampion, and Mr. Sibley, of Norwich, N. Y. In conversation with a reporter of thf Enterprise the elder Mr. Scribner said their trip through the Park had been some what hurried, lasting only a week in ail, but they had managed to cover a great deal of ground in that time. He had been for years very anxious to visit the Yellowstone Park. In 1868 while he was in Ehgland the United Service Club of London, gave him a dinner and in the course of the speech making, etc., he was asked to tell something of the wonders of the American National Park, and much to his chagrin was unable to Comply, as up to that time he had scarcely known of the existance of the domain. Bnt at that dinner he found two or three English gen i tlemen present whö had visited the Park region, and could say something of its geysers, canyons, pétrifications and hot springs. When he returned to Amerivn he sought out all the information obtain able at Washington in regard to the park, and secured a large number of views of its principal features, to which he had since been steadily adding until he be lieved he now had the finest collection of National Park views in existence. Lasi. year he started to visit this country but on reaching Chicago he found that the trip would involve a horseback ride of nearly 300 miles, he turned back, as being un equal to the task. Though under or di nary circumstances, the present trip in volving, as it did, the necessity of sleep ing on the ground and rough traveling, would have been a hardship to a man of his age and habits, still he had greatly en joyed it and by what he had seen feit fully repaid for the journey. He only wished he could have devoted more time to its enjoyment. The party went as far as the upper geyser basin but could nm get into the canyon on account of the snow, and the guide informed them that it would be fully two weeks before it would be accessible. Mr. Scribner described in graphic terms his sensations when they rode into the geyser basin, and were for tunate enough to arrive on the scene ju-i as three of the largest geysers discharged their grand artillery in immediate succe sion. During their stay in this "unreal world," as Mr. Scribner termed it, the \ were favored by seeing all the main gey sers in action, except the Beehive, which, by reason of the short time at their dé posai, they were forced regretfully to leutc in a state of comparative quiescence. He said he had been charmed with fin beauty of the Yellowstone Valley and was astonished at the progress it had mad«* in the short time that had elapsed since h<-. in common with all eastern people,-'re garded as the stronghold of hostile Indians. He had not much experience in the west but thought that Livingston must be a sort of phenomenon among towns as lie had been assured that it was scarcely six months old. At noon yesterday they were joined by Thomas Ewell, of Columbus, Ohio, son of Gen. Ewell, of that place, and by twu other young gentlemen, and the whole party passed on over the Northern Paejlie toward the Pacific coast. James Pilditch, a Gallatin valley pil grim, brought with him to Livingston a tendency to take care of things that seem ed to be lying around loose —particular] \ blankets. James Burke suffered by Mr. Pilditch's anxiety to provido against the winter's cold, and had him arrested Another man, who had lost a bundle of bedding and clothing at dm same hands, recovered his property and did not appear against die larcenous youth. However, Judge Bwftoag and a jury heard enough of Mr* Pilditçh's history to warrant the latter in finding hintgnilty of larceny and. and the judge sent him up to the county jail to rusticate for the next thirty day .- ,