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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE.
VOL. I. NO- 19. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 1883. Price, Ten Cents. THE daily enterprise Published «very day except Sunday. WRIGHT & HENDRY, : Publishers. ; KINGSTON, MONT., JUNE 25, 1883. terms of subscription. nn ■ Y*'jr. Viv mail......................... 00 „ . by mail....................... 7 00 I irC ,. Months, by mail.................... 5 00 TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: „ r . i: every evening.........SOcts per Week. .I . , nv ..............lOcta, •'lapl'* ' ............................ ; ( ,r -j(j (.'opift» or more...................5ct8 each. ADVERTISING RATES: ; - u r -: ui ling advertisements, rates will bo given I o• U noticed for one insertion only, fifteen ",. r line. For two or more insertions, ton , •- 'line each. A Ij.KN BROTHERS, real estate dealers. I ,,rr '"pundencc solicited. Office on main street. II. ' Kl'E RLE Y'S REAL estate agency, inC'iun lots for sale. Lets in Riverside Addition. Office opposite passenger depot. .1 I UN il. ELDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collections receive prompt attention. J \ . S it l T H, — ATTORN E Y AT L A W — )fll, c next door to Ilolmos - Lumber Oflice. 1 K V E A L i: It O V, A T T O It N E Y S AT LA W. ESTATE AGENTS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. office on Main Street, Smith's block. K. 1). ALTON, M. D., — SURGEON,— N. P. R. R. Co. Bank of Livingston. STEBBINS, MUND & CO., Livingston, - - Montana. Transacts a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Exchange on all tlie p incipal cities of the United States and Europe. l.vrKtti:sT Allowed on TIME DEPOSITS Collections made a specialty. Correspond ence solicited. A. L. LOVE. CashLr. A LARGE LIST OF LOTS, On Main, Park, Second and B Streets. Excellent Business Locations. Yellowstone. Third, Front, and C Street Lot*. Improved and Unimproved Residence Rroperty. Improved Business Property on Main Street. Fertile Farms and Ranches In the Yellowstone Valley. Mining Claims iw Clark's Fork. Dwell in <s Houses to Rent. Property sold on Commission at J. H. Elder's Real Estate Agency, Blue 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............ 775 00 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 .... 250 00 Hotel for sale, doingagood business 800 00 The, most desirable business corner in the sity can be bo 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 1 Two business lots on 2d street. These are the cheapest business lots in the market. Each ........ 300 00 An A No. 1 business corner, corner remember, only................ 1 000 00 Fine Park street business lots can be bought from $600 to ........... 1,500 00 A fair business corner, if sold this month, can be bought for........ 350 00 First-class business lot. Consider . ing location, etc., it is one of the . cheapest lots, if not tlie cheapest, on the market to day. Price..... 650 00 A Park street let 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. All on good terms. Before buying a Lot, Mine or Ranch , call o.n us and see the largest , cheapest and best list of Real Estate in the city. ^_I_iI_iEISr BROTHERS, LISBON, Dakota. LIVINGSTON, Montana, ^LIVINGSTON OFFICE ON MAIN STREET ANNOUNCEMENT To the People of Livi gston and Sur rounding Country, that C. M. Gilbert ! WILL OPEN ON THURSDAY, JUNE 21, ONE OF THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCKS OF BOOTS AND SHOES, CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS Ever offered in Livingston, and will be sold as low as any House west of Chicago. For bargains give me a vail and you will not be disappointed. Upper Main Street, near E. R. Dean & Co. C. 3VE. Grilt>@2?t THE BEST STOCK OF HARDWARE JL2XJD STOVES In the City is to be found at G. T.Chambers»Co's On Second Street. We carry in stock Shelf and Heavy Hardware, the Celebrated ACORN STOVES AND RANGES, PLOWS, BARBED FENCE WIRE, STAMPED AND PRICED TINWARE, SHOVELS, FORKS, MINERS' OUTFITS, Tabic and Pocket Cutlery, Revolvers and Cartridges. At! sizes of Glass. Pay special attention to Roofing and all kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet iron "Work, and guar sf action An experience of twenty years in the business warrants us in saying that we can suit you. GEO. T. CHAMBERS & CO. MONTANA NEWS. Tlie Fort Benton roller skating rink will probably be opened the latter part of the week. The horse ridden by Parker Allison, a Helena freighter, fell upon him and broke his leg. M. S. Halpin, ferryman across the Missoula river, was precipitated off his boat and drowned. McCone & Williamson have secured the mail contract from Maginnis Mining dis trict to Junction City. After the close of court at Bozeman, Judge Wade will go east to spend a month or two in visiting friends. The small-pox cases in Butte are con fined to two persons. The reported new cases were, measles, so say the local papers. The Drum Lumpion Co., having or dered a fifty stamp California mill for their mine, the machinery will be trans ferred from cars to wagons ot Deer Lodge. Wm. Lawrence attempted to cut his way out of the Deer Lodge Penitentiary by removing brick from the top of his cell with a case knife. But he was dis covered. Mary Jane Parsons, of Lake Park, Becker county, Minnesota, wants informa tion of the whereabouts of her son, Ed ward Parsons, who came to Montana three years ago. Owing to Uncle Sam's boys in blue be ing detailed to fill Government contracts, desertions are numerous at both Buford and Poplar, there having been seven since pay day, 12th inst. Hank Brown, a Benton cowboy, was thrown and kicked by his horse, sustain ing a severe fracture of the hip. - The ac cident happened on the prairie, and he lay without assistance nearly twenty-four hours. A. Beamer, superintendent of the Moore Mining and Smelting Co. of Colorado, is to have charge of tlie reduction works now being erected on tlie Collar mine in Maiden. At last accounts there were twelve men at work in the mine, and the shaft was down 175 feet. Glendive urchins get in their work on the unsophisticated tourists by going to the trains and beguiling them into buy ing coffee, pie and such. This is bad enough, but there is a far worse possi bility—that of deluding one or more of these passengers into buying Glendive whiskey. Hans Hansen, a well-known stock - grower of the Musselshell, committed suicide by cutting his throat a few days since. He had long labored under the strange delusion that his neighbors wanted to get him into trouble, and to get him into the penitentiary, and continually haunted by this outcome of a disordered fancy, he took his life. The Butte Miner in its report of the late stage robbery stated that John B. Read, city editor of the Inter-mountain, who was one of the passengers, gave up $1.50 but saved $6,000 that was in an in side pocket. Ye gods, what an insult. A newspaper man and traveling with only a paltry $6,000 on his clothes. The Independent says: The treasure box of the robbed Boulder coach was brought into Helena on last eveniug's coach. The lock had been shot off, as-re ported by the passengers. A few letters and papers in the box had been carefully opened, and when found to contain noth ing of value had been carefully returned to the box. The robbers seem to have been a very considerate couple of fellows. As soon as the Northern Pacific is turned over to the operating department from Livingston west to Helenà (which will probably be done the 1st of July) there will not only be a shortening up of time, but trains will also come in from the east earlier in the evening and leave later in the morning, the difference being about two hours from the present time of arrival and departure. It will be much more convenient to the public.—Inde pendent. Two Butteites just ,ieturned from a fish ing excursion in the Big Hole country tell of the fall of an aerolite or meteoric stone, which buried itself in tlie earth close to the cabin in which they were camped. The stone fell about 2 p. m. and its appearance was accompanied by a terrific noise as of thunder. It weighed from 500 to 600 pounds, but according to the story only went into the soil about three feet. As the story comes from Butte, and has elements of improbability, it may be taken cum grano salis. The Husbandman says: We under stand that there is a strong probability of the old military reservation and property of Fort Logan changing hands within the next ten days. This embraces the largest tract of grazing and meadow lands that are to be had in the country and would make tqe finest hor3e ranch in Montana. The buildings upon the premises are ample 'or the accommodation of a half dozen families and thousands of head ol stock, and the location commands an em pire of range. With this property t anv person or company in the horse business could keep all its stock under shelter dur ing winter, and thereby compel success. (Fort Logan is on Smith river about thirty miles north of White Sulphur Springs.) L. W. Peck, secretary of the Montapa Wool Growers Association, received re cently the following letter from II. G. Kittredge, of H. G. Kittredge & Co.. prominent wool dealers of Boston : Boston, June 1, 1883. Mr. D. IV. Beck , Fort Benton. Mont.: Dear Sir:— Montana wools are very popular in this market, but there is a good deal of wool sold here as Montana that was raised in Idaho and Wyoming, the wool depending upon the popularity of the name to sell it. The result has been tin's last season to suspect wool coming from your territory. A great many sheep have been driven into your territory growing aii inferior conditioned wool, and the first shearings have been sent here iu Montana wool, which tended to depreciate the true character of your acclimate, i wool. Fine and fine-medium wools are tlx« best to produce for the present wants oV manufacturers. Your territory offers grand inducement for sheep husbandry. Yery respectfully, H. G. Kittredge. By a fire in Salt Lake City, the Mo * mon council house was burned and the tabernacle caught fire twice, and wa saved with difficulty. Other property was destroyed by the flames, making ? total loss of $70,000. Two warehouses containing 10,000 ba: rels of whiskey burned on Wednesday a" Gibsonton, Pa. The fire was caused b> tiie explosion of a lamp. The explosion of the whiskey during the fire injured a number of persons who persisted in ap proaching to closely. Loss $500,000. This morning, at court in Boze man, the various criminals convicted dur ing tlie session will receive their senten ces. The names of the prospective peni tentiary residents, with the crimes of which they are convicted are as tollows : Geroge Bell, robbery; Joe Lane, robbery ; Jim Bell,subornation of perjury; Win. Wilkie, robbing express office in Living ston; Michael Kearney, grand larceny, (horse stealing); Carl J. Adolfson, mur der in first degree, and William Work man, grand larceny, (stealing diamond pin). The following Cases were continued : W. H. Abbott, charged with murdering a railroad boss in Rocky Canyon ; Hugh J. Hoppy, charged with murdering Patsy Walters; -Miner, charged with at tempt to murder, and Harry Howard, charged with the same offence. The opium offenders, sent up from Livingston, were all discharged owing to an error in the form of their indictments. One of tlie Chinamen was seen returning to Liv ingston yesterday. NEW OPENING OF MILLINERY Si LADES' FURNISHINGS, LxVCES, COLLARS, FANS, PARASOLS, IDxess Goods Etc., etc., in endless variety, at prices as low as the lowest. ONE DOOR FROM PARLOR RES TAURANT. Ladies, give me a call. Mrs. J. N. Dennison. Potter's Art Gallery Located in New Rooms, over Lawrence Stuff 's hardware store, Main street. Every tiling in Perfect Ordor, and I am prepared t furnish all kinds of FINE PICTURES Pertaining to the Art. Copying and Enlarging Original Photographs a Specialty. G. W. POTTER. G. W. POTTER, Artist | C. M. MYfiRS, Ag v FIELD GLASSES QUARTZ GLASSES AND O o m. p a, sses At M. V. LOOMIS' Jewelry Store. Lower Main street.