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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE.
OL. I. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1883. Price, Ten Cents. HE DAILY ENTERPRISE. Pi;b!iflhed every day except Sunday. r HIGIIT & HENDEY, : Publishers. mUSTON. MONT., JUNE 21, 1883. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. , Yoa :, by mail......................... 00 Month*, by mail.................... ,-♦? Mouton, by mail................. TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: ■rri r, every evening.........-50cta per Week hVoimv....'! .............................lOcto, , f Copies or more................... eac ^ ADVERTISING RATES: .(,r otan<li:ig ailvt-rtidementa, rates will be given ap; licat:on. ,ocai notices for one per lint insertion only, fifteen l-'ur two or more insertions, ten 10 Ü. LLEN BROTHERS, REAL ESTATE DEALERS. jrrefijjomicuce solicited. Office on main street. J T. CEI'EU LEY'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, vingston lots for sale. Lots in Riverside Addition. Office opposite passenger depot. OHN II. ELDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collections receive prompt attention . 8 M I T II, -ATTORNEY A T L A W — Pftli'f* next door to Holmea' Lumber Office. R Y E & Le R O Y, A T T O R N E Y S AT L A W. L ESTATE AGENTS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. on Main Street, Smith's block. I>. ALTON, M. D., §|f -SURGEON, N. P. R. Tt. Co. ank of Livingston. ISTEB3INS, MUND & CO., ungston, K NEPAL Transacts a BANKING Montana. BUSINESS. arge on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. rKRKST Allowed on TIME DEPOSITS lied ions made a specialty. Correspond it solicited. A. L. LOVE, Cashier. A LARGE LIST OF OTS. On Mbit), Park, Second and B Scree is. cellent Business Locations. >wptone, Third, Front, and C Street Lot«. )tod and Unimproved Residence Rroperty. roved Business Property on Main Street. fertile Farms and Ranches In tho Yellowstone Valley. \ing Claim* iw Clark's Fork. felling Ironses to Rent, lission at Property sold on I. Oder's Real Estate Agency, 1 Front, Main Street, Livingston, M. T. INVESTORS Look at This ! A fine building and lot in business center. Building rented so it will pay 60 per cent, net on price.....$4,000 00 House and lot on Main street, well located for business of any kind, a bargain at the price............ A well established and paying liquor business for sale. Satisfactory reasons given for selling. A rare chance for some enterprising man. Price with fixtures, stock, etc .... Hotel for sale, doing a good business The most desirable business corner in the 3ity can be ho ight, if pur chased within ten days, for...... . 1,700 00 Residence house and lot......... 300 00 Lot 9, Block 94, good business prop erty ............................ 350 00 775 00 260 00 800 00 Two business lots on 2d street. These are the cheapest business lots in the market. Each........ 900 00 An A No. I business corner; corner remember, only................ 1 000 00 Fine Park street business lots can be bought from $600 to.......... 1,600 00 A fair business corner, if sold this month; can be bought for ...... .. 360 00 First-class business lot. Consider * ing location, etc., it is one of the cheapest lots, if not th* cheapest. on the market to day. Price..... 660 00 A Park street lo^ that is rented for $250 a year can be bought for..... 1,000 00 Good residence lots in all parts of the city, cheap. The above are a few of the Lots we have on our register . Ml on good terms . Before buying a Lot, Mine or Ranch , call on us and see the largest, cheapest and best list of Real Estate in the city. ALiLEN BROTHERS, LISBON, Dakota. LIVINGSTON, Montana. ^"LIVINGSTON OFFICE ON MAIN STREBT. Jg% ANNOUNCEMENT To the People of Livingston and Sur rounding Country, that Gilbert WILL OPEN ON THURSDAY, JUNE 21, ONE OF TIIE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCKS OF BOOTS AND SHOES, CLOTHING AND FURNISHINC GOODS and you will not be disappointed . Upper Main Street, near E, R. Dead & Co. G. IMI T r ' L ORSCH EL & BRO. Ever offered in Livingston, and will be sold as low as I any House west, of Chicago. For bargains give me a call Miles City and Livigsfon, Dealers in CROC £8 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. MONTAKA NEWS. About thirty tons of bullion is now in the Clarks Fork mines awaiting shipment Vice President Oakes is expected along Montana divisions of the N. P. in a few days. Billings district is about to bond itself to the extent of $8,000 to erect a school building. Dr. Lamme, of Bozeman, had his pocket picked of $530 during a recent trip over the Utah and Northern railroad. Hugo J. Hoppy, who killed Patsy Walters in Bozeman last winter, is held in the sum of $5,000 bonds to appear at next term of court. John Downey, a brakeman, had his foot badly mashed at Bozeman on Monday in attempting to couple cars to the forward end of a locomotive. From a telegram received by Acting Governor McCutcheon, we learn that Gov. J. Schuyler Crosby will return to Mon tana on the 12th of July. A telephone line extends fronj Custer station across the Yellowstone to June tien City on the opposite. Messages are trans mitted at 25 cents each. The western end of track is within fif teen miles of Missoula and advancing rapidly enough to warrant a belief that it will reach that town by July 1st. A stock company is about to be formed in Bozeman to- build and operate a street railway from the court house to the depot. They think it can be made to pay. A new town is to be lain out up Tongue river, about eighty miles above Miles City. It will be called Ashland from the quanti ties of ash timber found in that section. < The Northern Pacific company is about to expend $3,000 in improving the road from Stinking Water to Billings, to en courage the shipment by this road of cattle grown in northern Wyoming. Water tanks have advanced along the railroad line as far as Townsend. Loco motives utilize the syphon in taking drink from the Prickly Pear, Ten Mile and other streams west of the Missouri crossing. now a "desig Gallatin county jail is nated depositary" for criminals convicted under crimes, to serve in the penitentiary. The county charging therefor the sum of $1.50 per day. Warden Blakely will take care of them. The largest trestle on the line of the Northern Pacific is that across Corican Defile, about twelve miles west of Mis soula. Wherf finished the track level will be 300 feet in the air. The length of the trestle is 2,400 feet. On Tuesday evening, a soldier of com pany E, Fifth infantry, named Daniel Shaw was killed by lightning at Fort I Keogh, while lying in his bunk in the* nor W T as the building damaged. It is sup posed the electric fluid came down the chimney. A Nez Perce chief, supposed to be old White Bird, passed through Bitter Root valley last week with a band of his peo ple. This little band of about thirty is the remnant of the once powerful tribe. Their ranks have been thinned by life in the Indian Territory, until now harmless, they are returning to the vicinity of their old homes. The first shipment of bullion from Helena 'via. the Northern Pacific, will take place July 4th, when 1,000.000 pounds of Gregory bullion will be shipped. It will require fifty cars to transport this one shipment. The Helena Herald esti mates that the Gregory reduction works will furnish 1,000,000 pound* of freight every month for the Northern Pacific, east ward. the grand jury failed to find an indict ment in the cases of Nathan C. Lay and George A. Lowe, charged with killing Irving Hunter in Gallatin valley last win ter. There was no evidence to sustain the chaige, though at the time of Hunter's death public feeling was so strong against the accused men that there were serious thoughts of lynching them. Lay will probably become possessor of the land over which the quarrel a NEWS NOTES. The French are landing troops in Ton quin in preparation for war. A passenger train was wrecked last Tuesday on the Baltimore and Ohio road. No one hurt. Fire destroyed the town of Grant's Sta tion in Oregon last Monday night. Loss $150,000. Crook and his staff are at Tue sou, Ari zona, receiving the congratulations of the population. A hail storm in Missouri on the 19th killed several negroes. The hailstones were as large as oranges. Davis & Co., proprietors of a wholesale whiskey house, have failed in Louisville. Ky. Things are getting in a bad way in the south. C. G. Synold eloped from Milwaukee with his brother's wife and money. The whole party were on their way from Michigan to Portland, Oregon. Wong Ching Foo, the Chinese editor of New York, is in jail on a charge of libel, brought by another Chinaman. He is get - ting into the front ranks of journalism. The Lower Missouri river has risen suf-. ficiently to submerge low ground along Kansas and Missouri. Travel by railroad is interrupted along the flooded territory. A correspondent of the Butte Miner thus moralizes upon the prices of intoxi cants in Montana, as compared with those charged in the effete east: To a Mon tanianwho has "done" the east and is longing for a breath of pure mountain air and the sight of familiar scenes, Glendive las a peculiar interest. Not that it differs from other towns to the eastward in enter prise and dâsh, but simply because it is in Montana. One feels like reaching out and shaking it by the hand and inquiring for old acquaintances and taking a drink. The "old-timer" feels that he is at home again. He can see the grand old moun tains and the tall pines in the distance, and the luxurious bunch grass at his feet, and the great herds of cattle on the "thousand hills," and whiskey is tw T o bits n drink. There is more in the latter fact than the average tenderfoot imagines. It brings to his mind the flush times of early days; of roaring camps and big round-ups, and nights of revelry and an aching head. The true mountaineer views with suspicion the five cent and ten cent drinks of the farther east. He can't see how r a man can stand behind a bar and sell a drink of whiskey for a paltry five cent piece. There must be something w rong in the whisky or the man, and unless he, is un usually tempted he wull avoid both, but when he readies his mountain home, and can pay his two bits for the most villain ous tarantula juice his fear vanishes—he is ready to take his poison and treat the barkeeper besides. The Ta'uc of ITTIow TT< o1. On account of its comparative incom bustibility, the willp w* is eminently ns- - ful for the floor» of buiïdî; prs designed to be fire-proof. It grows t > a lavg« size and furnishes a gm t amount < : lumber. There is a w :'to 'vlllo-.v grav ing at Stockhridge, Mass., which., t * four feet from the ground measure twenty-two feet in circumference, an* extends its branches fifty feet in ever direction. Tradition says it w:. brought from Connecticut in 1 n-7 bv traveler, who used it as a riding switch. The Hon. Jesse W. Fell, in giving n account of experiments in tree plarith g on an extensive scale in Illinois, savo- : "Were I called upon to désignât* ôj > tree which, more than all others, ! would recommend for general planting I would say, unhesitatingly, it si ion l be the white willow. " Prof. Brew st« j says: "In England, where it is oft. , fifty or sixty feet high in twenty years there is no w r ood in greater demain than good -willow. It is light, ver tough, soft, takes a good finish, w iu l>ear more pounding and knocks tluu. any other wood grown there, and i; used for cricket bats, for floats to pad dle wheels of steamers, and lirai. > blocks on ears. It is used extensiv«-] *. for turning, planking, coasting vessel ' furniture, ox yokes, wooden legs, sho *. lasts,»' ete. Fuller says: . "It growetl. incredibly fast, it being a bv-word that the profit by willows will btiy the owner a horse before that by other trees will pay for a saddle.** The basket willow. well cultivated, will yield a net income of $150 a year to the acre. On the whole, therefore, it w'ould seem that th«* various kinds of willow, the economic value erf which has been liitherto en tirely overlooked in this country, arc eminently deserving of attention, and will amply reward those who cultivate m.—Popular Science Monthly.