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1 171 1 >.>M II IHBW gggggggg^gg mm*— m L NJ. 26. LIVIN3ST0N, MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1883. P.ï 33, Tan Cents. : daily enterprise. i* j'jii iY* 1 cvor/tiiy except Sunday. tjHT to HENDRY, : Publishers. \GSTON, MONT., JULY 3, 1883. TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION. c,ir. !>v mail ........................ $12 00 .s, by mail........... 7 00 Monta*, by mail.................... 5 00 TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: every ei-Auing .........50ct4 per Week. -, 10c ta, or in y re...................acts each. ADV • ii'ISING RATES: , (i- t M li i ' a 1 vertiaemonti, rates will be given ajipli -.tt.on. t . k! „oti-'ea for one insertion only, fifteen " 'tr lia •*. Tor ta'o or more insertions, Un „■r lia« eacn. i.u:n brothers, kkal estate dealers. :r wp.ti! lence solicited. Office on main street. T. iTPERLEY'S * real estate agency, , i; ,,, t on lots for sale. Lots in Riverside Addition. : like opposite passenger depot. ÏOiiN Ji. attorney at law. v o! lections receive prompt attention. A s M I T II, , nous E Y AT LA W — ifti u,. t ioor to Holmes' Lumber Office. (A K } i: x L e R O Y, \ T r O it S E Y S AT L A W. AL ESTATE AGENTS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. C»m •»* on Main Street, Smith'« block. i) Alton, m. d., -SURGEON, N. P. R. R. Co. an a of Livingston. STfcWAINS. MUND & CO., .ivingVo , - - Montana. Transacts a iENEILvL BANKING BUSINESS. ixch.uig <»n all the principal cities of the United State« and Eùrope. XVERK8T A M OWED ON TIME DEPOSITS CoM«viiru«i made a specialty. Correspoud :ine snlu-i eil. A. L. LOVE, Cashi r. LOTS Large list of FARMS . Improved Town Property FOR SALE Bu» Lots Leased for 1 or 5 Tears. Dw lis For. Sale ünd :E 3 &ELt, AT J. H. Elder's Real Estate Agency, Bla« Front, Main Street, Livingston, M. T. IVProperty seekers will flag it It their Inter* •st to cell. 00 INVESTORS, Look at This ! A fine building and lot in business center. Building rented so it will pay 60 J »er cent net on price.....$4,000 00 House and lot un 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 tor some enterprising man. Pri«*e with fixtures, stock, etc .... Hotel for sale doing a good business Th* most desirable business corner in the fity can be bo .ght, if pur chased within ten days, tor....... Residence house and lot......... Lot 9, Block 94, good business prop erty .....,.................... 775 00 280 00 800 00 ,700 00 300 00 3CÔ 00 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 cau be tmught from $600 to.......... 1,500 00 A fair business corner, if sold this month, can lie bought for........ 360 00 First-class business lot. Consider ing location, etc., it is ©ne ol the cheapest lots, if not th© cheapest, on the market to day. Price..... 660 0»» A Park street lot that is rented for $25* a year can be bought for..... 1,000 00 Goo 1 residence lots in all parts of the city, cheap. The above are a few of the Lots we have on our re (fis ' er. Jilt on good term s. ' Before hi yin* a L t Mine or llanc'i* cullon v,.v and see the largest, cheapest, and best list of Real Estate in the c. i f. -A. I_i LEIHST BROTHERS, LISBON, Dakota. LIVINGSTON, Montana. I^LIVINGSTON OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. JP C. W. Savage & Son, DEALERS IN 2T*u.r:n.isla.i2a.g: G-ood-s, CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, Boots and hoes, Etc., Etc. All Kinds of Light Apparel for Summer Wear. Prices thal? cannot he Duplicated Main Street, Livingston, M. T. THE BEST STOCK OF HARDWARE 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, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Revolver* and Cartridges At! sizes of Ghw. Pay special attention to Roofing and all kinds of Tin, Copper and Slieetirnn Work, aud gu.tr * action An experience of twe tty years # in the business warrants us in saying that we can suit you. GEO. T. CHAMBERS & CO. a to co bv H is os MONTANA NEWS. There are now 88 convicts ia Deei Lodge penitentiary. The citizens of Boulder, in Jefferson county, will celebrate to-morrow. One hundred and ten in the shad * si Missoula last Tue* day, and \et the in habitants cling to life. It is charged that the ch c" jvs ice of Idaho uses his position to sjKJculate in county warrants and is getting rich by his sharp practice. Fifty feet advance was made last week in Mullan tunnel from the east and we^t end workings. There now remains but 32!? feet to complete the boring and con nect the two facings. J. E. Davis made a shipment of six thousand pounds of bullion from the Ma ginnis mines to the railroad, the product of two weeks' rUn. If that bullion is what it looks to be it is mighty good. It is bright and rings like bell metal. In attempting to glide under the big railroad bridge at Bismarck, on her trip down, the Dacotah had her smoke sack knocked off. The bridge is too low, and the railroad company will have some dam ages of this kind to pay every year. A fine race animal belonging to Ed. Stone was stolen Wednesday night from one of the stables at the race track. The horse is said to be a full brother of Mon tana's noted racer, Sorrel Mike. A saddle and bridle were also taken.—Indejiendeut. Cow-boys care more for display than they do for the salvation < f their souls. A Benton k t >rror of the plains" the other day paid $40 for a riding bridle. It was a very fine one. lie put it on a $15 cay use and slug on more airs than anybody as he paraded up and down the street. Dr. Parberry, of White Sulphu * Sp ings, has sold his band of between 3,000 ai.d 4,000^ sheep, at $3.30 per bead, which, together with the net profit upon the season's clip of wool, brings the price per sheep, realized this year, up to about five dollars. A letter received by Mike Burns from H. II. Tyler (formerly of Helena,) who is now in Alaska, says that the country is a good place to stay away from. Good mines are few, lalior scarce, and wages low. This announcement will probably s»ve several Montanians the expense of a trip to Alaka. The court to try Lieut.-Col. Ilges will convene July 17, at Fort Snelling. It will consist of the following officers: Colonels Luther P. Bradley (gresident), L. C. Hunt, C. C. Filbert, John P. Hatch, H. M. Bltck, W. P. Cirliss, and Wm. B. Koval; Lieut.-Cols. James W. Forsythe, A. J. Alexander, George Gil>son, H. K. Mizner, H. L. Chipman, and L. A. Rhette. L. L. Liv : ngs*on an 1 Capt. J. R. Wyrick, judge advocate. N, Neirling, of Deer Lodge county, w is shot by his divorced wne la»t Saturday, at Flint c.eck. iL> was riding pist t.ie rei. dence of his former wi.e, when »he ap ;eared at the door with a pistol iu lier land. He shouted to her to put up her pistol and rode on. evidently having no ; fear that she would shoot. When he h id ' passed the house a short dist race she tired, the b ill striking him in the hack and in flicting a probably fatal wound. The difficulty grew out of an acrimonious con troversy, which has continued since the divorce proceedings, and recent reports affecting Mrs. Neirling's character, the authorship of which she ascribed to her former husband, probably raised her ire to a ]>oint of fret zy. A Waslii igtiu dispatch of the 28th ult. says: The president to-day made seve.al modifie irions in the recent executive order relating to the consolidation of internal revenue (IRttric bs. In the original order the districts of Montana, Idaho and Utah were consolidated, and O. J. Hollister, co Pec tor of the present Utah district, was designated as collector. This was changed bv the appointment of Thos. P. Fuller, of H denn, collector of the present Montana distric t, as collector of the new district, vice Hollister, tlropjied. The change was made liecausc of greater collections in the Mo tana districts. Capt. Fuller is a very efficient officer, and his retention in office is welcome news. In 1860 Worden & Co., of Missoula stowed away a barrel of whiskey to be o]KMied only when a railroad reached the town. That rime has arrived and some days ago they liegan dispensing the I lever age, so dear to the old-timer's heart and palate, among the friends who have field down tîie country since away back in the sixties. Hugh McQtaid, of flie Hel *na Independent, came in for remembrance, among others, and received a jug of this veteran tarantula juice lalieied thusly : Hbifl McQuaid, 1864—Independent, Helena : Compliments of the oldest mer cantile house in Montana. The contents os this jag was shipjied into Montana m 1863, via the Missouri river and thence tr Missoula by ox teams. Celebrate the ad vent of the Northern Pacific railroad. Worden & Co. > a to of , of in ing a A dispatch received at Benton on Wed nesday, 27th nit., lrom Fort Assinboine says: Information was received at 4 o'clock this morning from Mf jor Shurtliff, >f 31 aple creek, that one hundred lodges of Créés, mostly young n.en, under the leadership of Little Pine, have left that ;K)iut, going south for the purpose of umring buffalo, but will probably cross die line and invade Montana with 1 o rile • 1 TMs will n M k iver conntry, where Major Ilges is piCj/aiCM to milk u. c,.*. ~ ». Ok .. nil hist. a party also loot tor the purpose of stealing horses in Montana. They Avail probable head for the Marias and Teton. Maior Ilges is taking all necessary steps to intercept this party with troops from Sweet Grass Hills, but it would be ad- visable to send warning to settlements on the threatened routes. - < » >« » ■ FOURTH OF JULY. Grand Celebration ail Basket Picnic. National salute at sunrise. Procession will form at Bingham's hall at 9 o'clock a. in., in charge of Marshal G. W. Grant and assistants, in the follow ing order : 1. Mayor, council and city officers. 2. Survivors of war of 1812. 3. Veterans of Mexican war. 4. Survivors of the Big Horn expedi tion. 5. Survivors of the Custer massacre. 6. Schools of the city. % 7. Sunday schools. 8. Militai y organizations. 9. Citizens. 1-Line of march, down Main, along Clark and Grove streets to the paik. Order of exercises at the stand ; > 1. Music—Greeting Gi< e . 2. Prayer—Rev. G. Coimort. 3. Musi , "America,"-Livingston choir. 4. Reading of Declaration of Independ ence—Miss Byard. 5. Music, "Star Spangled Banner, 1 *— choir. 6. Toasts and resjionses, interspersed with music as iollows: 1. Our children, the hope of the na tion—G. Comfort. 2. The city of Livingston, its present and future—J. A. Smith. 3. The N. P. It. R., its advent among us— W. II. Frye. 4. Our women, mothers, wives, sisters, daughters, and sweehearts—J. II. Elder. 5. Our republic, its past present and future—J. A. Savage. 6. Basket picnic aud general chat by everybody. Iu the evening there will lie a fine dis play of fireworks from the summit of Liv ingston peak, under the conduct ( f I rof. 3V. II.Frye. Hon. Sim Leltoy will unfurl a fine garrison flag from tiie summit of Park mountain be.ore sunrise and imme diately pre -eding the sulute. 'A large rioor will be pr *p ire l in the grove -Oi- the benefit of those who wish to p.ulicipate in amusements other than provided iu the programme. The ladies of the Methodist church will sell ice cream and lemonade on the grounds. Come one! Come all! and bring your baskets. TELEGRAPHIC NOTES. County Treasurer 31. E. Dunn, of St. James, Minn , is missing along with $3,000 of the county money. Two passenger trains collided in the suburbs oi Hart.ord, Conn., on Saturday. Several passengers were quite seriously in jured. Bicrne and Elam, the Virginia editors, have lought their long talked of duel. They fought two rounds, and Elam was shot through the thigh, while Bierue re tired from the field unhurt. Pim.adei.phi> , June 30. —Every bank in this city has closed down on the trade dollar. Both the Pennsylvania and Read ing railrovds have issued orders to all agents to refuse the coins. News has just been received that the entiie business part of Cottonwood Falls, Kansas, was destroyed by fire about two o'clock Friday n orning. Thirteen mer chants and business firms were burned out. Loss. $75,000; insu. tune said to be • light. St. Louis, June 80. —The steamer Bright Light, running in the Electric line between here and Kansas City, struck a railroad bridge crossing the Missouri river at Boonevillc this mornidg, and sunk in nine feet of water. She lies straight, and probably can be raised. Tim steamer was valued at twenty thousand dollars, and was not insured.