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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE. I. NO. 28. LIViNGSTOM, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1883. Price, Ten Cents. - lgatee * a BMMMOiü EaMaBllM3aS M^.- rfSi f H E DAILY ENTERPRISE.! Pa'ilisbed every day eicept Sunday. IjjjjHT <k HENDRY, : Publishers. VGSTON, MONT., JULY 6, 1S83. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. [• Year, by mail......................... $ i2 00 ontbs, by mail....................... 7 00 kw Month*, by mail.................... 5 00 TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: I curler, every evening.........30ctd per Week. prie Copy.................................. 10cts ' I j,) ç 0 pies or more...................Set# ouch. ADVERTISING RATES: r H taa<Iin z advertisements, rates will be given [ application OCÜ* u kit* per i per ne« ed for one insertion only, fifteen . For two or more insultions, ten LLEN brothers, real estate dealers. rrt iponden c e solicited. Office on main street. T. CEPEKLK Y'S REAL estate agency, îbjjîou lots tor aale. Lots iu Riverside Addition. Office opposite passenger depot. H. ELDER, attorney at law. Collections receive prompt attention. A. S M I T H, -ATTORNEY AT LAW — if];* next door to Holmes' Lumber Office. I R Y t£ A L k R O Y, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. lL ESTATE AGENTS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. - 6 tac* oi Main 8treet, Smith's block. D. ALTON, M. D., -SURGI 05, N. P. R. R. Co. lank of Livingston. iTEBBINS, MUND & CO., ringston, Montana. Tran stets a INERAL BANKING BUSINESS. [change on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. rmsT Allowed ox TIME DEPOSITS if lotions made a specialty. Correspond re »elicited. A. L LOVE, Caahi r. OTS Large list of ARMS Improved Town Property 'OR SALE m Lots Leased for 1 or 5 Years. welliags For Sale ■klcL AT I. Elder's Real Estate Agency, Im Front, iCata Street, Liriapton, M. T. 'Property Mckert will Mb H t« ftcir Inter 1 e M^. | 3 Look at This ! A fine building and lot in business center. Building rented so it will pny 60 jxH- cent, net on price.....$4,(»00 0U House and lot oil 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 lor some enter prising maw. Pri< e with fixtures, stork, etc____ Hotel fur sale doing a good business Tli- most desirable business corner in the iity ru" be ho ;g!it, if pur chased within ten days, for....... Residence house and lot........\ Lot 9, Block 94, good business prop erty ........................... 775 CO 250 00 800 00 1.700 00 300 00 o6J 00 The above are a few of register. M ' on good t rms. the Lots we have on our Before buy 'ng a L t Aline or Bauch, call on its and see the largest, cheapest and best list of R v.Z Estate in the city. .A. L E HST BROTHERS, LISBON, Dakota. LIVINGSTON, Montana. ^"LIVINGSTON OFFICE ON MAIN STREET.,J£1 C. W. Savage & Son, DEALERS IN 7 GrOOCLs^ CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, Boots and Shoes, Etc., E be. All Kindsof Light Apparel for Summer Wear. Prices that cannot be Duplic ited Main Street, Livingston, M. T. THE BEST STOCK OF HARDWARE -AJSTD In the City is to be found at T. Chambers »Co's On Second Street. We carry in stock Shelf and Heavy Hardware, the Celebrated ACO0 stoves and ea^es. fentr * STAMPED AND PRICED TINWARE, SHOVELS, FORKS, MINERS' OUTFITS, rr.i. 1 * , n /t PnrWt Cutlery, Revolvers and Cartridges. At! sizes of Gins*. Pay special Table and P«krt • guli dl «»daofTm, Cop^rand gheetir.m Work. andcuar *i Action An experience of twe tty years w • in the business warrants us iu saying that we can suit you. GEO. T. CHAMBERS & CO. 300 00 1 000 00 1,500 00 Two business lots on 2d street. These are the cheapest business lots in the market. Each........ An A No. 1 business corner; corner remember, only................ Fine Park street business lots can be bought from $600 to.......... 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 qf the cheapest lots, if not the cheapest. on the market to day. Price..... 650 00 A Park street lot that is rented for $25* a year can be bought for..... 1,000 00 Goo l residence lots in all parts of the city, cheap. MONTANA NJWS. McCammar & Crée will about the first of August arrive here with a fine band of Oregon sheep. It is reported that Charlie Taylor, an old Montana stnge driver, was shot and killed last week in the Maginnis country Thompson, who stole a portion of Leigh ton & Jordan's horse herd near Miles City, was captured last week on the reser vation, above Poplar creek. Jerry Callaghan, who was sent from Billings to the railway hospital at Brain erd for injuries received by a railway ac cident east of here, died on Sunday. Gallatin county poultry raisers are try ing to out-lie each other through the col umns of the Courier about whose hen hatched the most chickens out of the few A herder employed on the Newman range, up Tongue river, was found drown ed last Friday near Piper Dan's ranch. t%venty-five miles above Mile§ City. His name was Stelle. Northern Pacific topographical survey party number one, ander V\ r . A. Logue, is now working a few miles south of Helena. They have examined o'. er 30,000 acres of land so far this spring. A geological surveying party is now or ganizing in the east, and will work during the season in this portion of Montana. A on of Senator Dawes will be a member of the party. A new mail route w/is started yesterday morning between Miles City and Sadie, a post station about twenty-eight miles up the Yellowstone on the north shore. The mail is conveyed iu buckboards twice a week. Two thieves boldly entered a Bentcn residence last Thursday and, picking up a lady's trunk^carried it out and put it iu a covered wagon which was standing on the levee, where they proceeded to examine their prize. They were interrupted in their investigation by the sheriff, who mai died them to jail. The intense heat this w'eek so expanded the rails at the Mullan siding ai d Black foot switches that they could not be worked with Hie levers and had to be driven over with sledges after bending the rails, Not anticipating so great ex pansion they were not cut down in time. —North-West. Samuel O. Hughes, of Wakerville, was making a call on some friends last Sun day i iglit. Upon leaving the house in the darkness, lie walked off a raised path way a few fert high, and his arms beiii£ paialyzed, he fell upon his head and frac tured his skull, causing death. He was an old California forty-niner. Cn Sunday afternoon, on the Bulte race corns *, a boy named Louis Van Dorn, hostler, was thrown by a high spirited horse, which he was riding, and the ani mal came down with both fore feet on the boy's breast, crushing him to death. He was a half-breed, seventec n years old, but owing to an accident ia his youth, no larger than a boy of twelve. Mrs. Marion J. Ellis, of Boise City, Idaho, wants information of lier adopted son, John F. Ellis. His father's name was Augusto Jessie. The boy is 17 years old, small of his age, and has dark hazel eyes, long eye lashes* and brown hair. It is to his pecuniary interest to make his whereabouts known. Montana papers please copy. Harper's Bazar has the following to s ly of the French cattle king of the Little MisïOifn: The Marquis ue Mores, s< n oi the Duke of Vollombrossa, who married a daughter of Louis Von Hcffman, who has been in America some months, has sent a challenge to the editor of the London Truth, owing to accusations involving the honor of fiis grandfather, published in that journal. Two men, one of whom was stewsid of WeekbViile railroad hospital, quai ruled over a game of cards one day last week, and fought. In the melee the steward shot his opjionent in the breast. The wounded man, however, continued to struggle, and a second shot was discharged, w iiich took effect in the groin of the stewarn. Both men are in the nospital in in a badly wounded condition. The steamer Black Hills, Joe Todd in command, made remarkably fust time on its last trip to Benton. From the time it left Bismarck until it returned.' including the time occupied in taki/g in all the landings both ways and in ^unloading at Benton, was but thirteen days and twenty four h> urs—loss than twelve flays of a tual running t me. The steamen uses the elec tric light, and is enabled to make as good time at night as during the! day. They seem to lie having j a regular par rot and dog time in Billing Mr. Ander son, proprietor of suing Heman Clar>^ for $20,000 dbm mpany [ Intent of : contract and the Northern Pacific railroad company is suing the same townsite com pany for a forfeiture of the 60.000 acres of railroad land in Clark's Fork Bottom, which Clark purchased on condition that he should fill the region with settlers.— Miles City Press, Auaccnd i, in Deer Lodge county, has already proven its title to the rank of a live camp. A free blowout at the open ing of a beer hall there Saturday uigl t wound up with a general knock down ar.d drag out. Beer glasses and bottles flew through the air and a dozen fights were c n the carpet at one time. Many of the par ticipants oame out with damaged physi ognomies end several required the atten tion of a surgeon. No arrests. TELEGBAPHI0 NOTES. Elam, the Virginia duellist, is likely to die from the effects of the shot given him by Bierne. Two criminals have been arrested at Wahpeton, Dakota, who fled there after committing a rape at Darlington, Wis. A cyclone swept througn portions of Massachusett and Connecticut on the 2nd inst., unroofing houses and doing general damage. Sunday and Monday were the hottest clays of the seasou throughout the east. St. Paul observations show it to have been the hottest on Sunday known in that city for several years. The new steamer Daphne launched at Glasgow, Scotland, on Tuesday, had a great number of people on her decks. À3 she struck the water, she rolled from side to side, and finally capsized and drowned nearly fifty persons. Cept. C. H. Ingalls, a nephew of Gen. [ngî lls, wLl succeed Col. Holabird as as sistant quartermaster. Capt. Ingalls was formerly a lieutenant in the Sixth Infantry and'served with his infantry at Fort Lin c oln and at Little Missouri. By a fire at Astoria, Oregon, on the 3rd inst., property to the value of $225.000 was destroyed ; insured for $50,000. The Oregon Railway and Navigation compa ny's dock was burned, involving a loss of $75,000. Seven salmon canneries were destroyed and 15,000 cases of salmon. A cyclone visited Wisconsin on Monday, taking in the towns of Eipon, Green, Lake, Dartford, Princeton, Oakfield, Lam artine, Byron, New Cassel, Brandon, Blair, Belgium, Necedah and others. Bams, trees, bridges and a fbw dwelling houses were destroyed through the region visited by the storm. Monticello, Wis., July 3. —The gran ite shaft which is to mark the spot where Gen. Custer and the seven companies of the Seventh U. S. Cavalry laid down their lives was shipped to Montana yesterday. The monument consists of a cube of Mon ticello granite ( f our feet) resting oi a base of the same material. It is inscribed with fourteen hundred letters, the names of the slain. President Arthur has made the follow ing appointments: Col. Holabird, quarter master general, to succeed <Gen. Ingalls, retired; Wm. J. Galbrath, associate jus tice of the supreme court of Montana; Famuel J. Kirkwood, of Iowa, S ias B. Lute her, of New York, and Anthony Gilk eson, of New York, a commission to ex amine forty-five miles of railroad and tel graph line constructed by the Oregon & California railroad company southwardly from the city of Rosebud, Oregon; Mor gan D. Tracy, receiver of public moneys at Lewiston, Idaho. Manama, July 3. —The volcano of Ome teme Lake, Nicaragua, is in eruption. At Rio Luco, forty miles from the Atlantic, the e irth opened in many places, throw ing o it very fine sand iu a heated state, whilst the subterranean ndise was made resembling that of hc.iling/wate.r At Tur bo, on the Gulf of Uraho/the earth opened and water issued f orth. Hooding the streets to the depth of two /feet. Many houses were shaken down apd the small villages of Buzres and Nicurce were completly en gulfed. The mouth of the river Eeon, which emptied info the Atiahtic, is com pletely closed uni, and all over the district the movement of the earth is so continuous that the inhabitants are emigrating. Chicago, June 3.—Delegates to the national conference of Anti-Monopolists', to be held in (this city to-morrow, are be ginning to arrive, and there now promises to be a large/ representation from all the northern anjrl western states. There are many greeDbackers in attendance, but the general impression is that the great fight will be on the tariff question. The dele gates from! the eastern sty tes generally ad vocate projection, and the western dele gates free itrade. While it is confidently asserted Uy delegates that a platform for a new national party will be adopted. It is evident that many of those attending hold wj^c diverging views on the various ins, and it remains for the actual proceedings of the convention to deter ine what th^new party will advocate r and with what unanimity die attending will subscribe to the new em delegates embodim bodiment in the platform.