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VOL. I. NO- 30. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1883. Price, Ten Cen's. tH £ DAILY enterprise. Published every day except Sunday. ffSISHT * HESDET, i Publishers. LIVINGSTON, MONT. JULY 7, 1883. terms op subsobiptioe. o,. Year, by mall. ..................... * 7 „ ** Months, by mail....................... Tiros iioutbfl, by mail.................... TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: g. Carrier, e.«ry .v«US......... "«=" P« ajBjjle Copy.............................' f»r JO Copies or more................... fcto eaC,i - ADVERTISING RATES: t*or «taoding advertisement*, ratee will be given V:ïl notice* tor one insertion onlr, fifteen t»pe rline. For two or more insertions, ten Zlli per line each. A LLF.N BROTHERS, RKAL estate dealers. CnrreNpoudence solicited. Office en main street. II. T. CEPERLEY '8 RKAL ESTATE AGENCY, Livingston lots lor sale. Lets in Riverside Addition. Office opposite passenger depot. WUJi H- ELDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collections receive prompt attention. I r a. SMITH, -ATTORNEY AT LA If— Offlce next door to Holmes' Lumber Office. X R Y E t L * R O Y, attorneys AT LAW. rial estate agent» and NOTARIES PUBLIC. Oflcs ea Mala Street, Smith'# block. U. D. ALTON, M. D., -SURGEON,— N. P. R. R. C«. Bank of Livingston. STEBBINS, MUND & CO., Livingston, - • Montana. Transacts a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Exchange on all the principal cities of the United States and Europo. IxTssaiT Allows» os TIME DEPOSITS Collections made a specialty. Correspond ents solicited. A. L. LOVE, CashLr. 135 LOTS Large list of FARMS A A Improved Town Property FOR SALE Business Lots Lease! for 1 or $ Tears. AT J. H. Elder's Rsal Estate Agency, ■m Frost, Main Street, Liviaptoa, M. T. t W F iop e i i » ta k ers win ial itteffceir : •Mteeell INVESTORS of Look at This A fine building and lot ! n buxines* 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 lor sale. Satisfactory reasons g'ven for selling. A rare chance tor aomeenter prising man. Prieewith fixtures, stock, etc — Hotel for sale, doingagood business Tbr most desirable business corner in the iity cao lie bo .ght, if pur chased within ten days, tor....... Residence house and lot......... jot », Block 94, good business prop e ..... ............. BROTHER LISBON, Dakota. PTLIVINGSTON office on MAIN STUKE 280 00 800 00 1.700 0o 300 00 35J 00 l u'* : n , ss Io*« «l» °d «trwf. These are the cheapest business lots in the market. Each ....... 300 00 An A No. I business corner; corner remember, only ..... ....... I 000 (M Fine Park street business lots can be bought from $600 to......1,500 0 \ fail business corner,, if sold this month, can lie bought for........ 350 ' First- das* business ^ot. Consider ing location, etc., it is one ol »he cherip'^st lot«, if not the cheapest. on the market to day. Price..... 650 0«» A Park street lot that is rented for $251 a year can be taught for..... 1,000 00 Goo t residence lots in all parts of the city, cheap. 'he rcgi.s er. frö'v ft re -I fer n AU on terms. * the L>*' we h>ve o Before bit ,//// •> a see the firsts ', C ! t • the c ti/. L t Mine !l t'iC -ft s is » v / ' ><> ' V LIVINGSTON, Monticn -. - JL - jë . I C. W. Savage & Son, DEALT!" 8 IN ZF u a.ra3.isla.ian.g' Q*ood.s, CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, Boots and Shoes, Etc., Etc. All Kinds of Light Apparel for Summer Wear. Prices that cannot be Duplicated Main Street, - Livingston, M. T. THE BEST STOCK OF HARDWARE I. the City i* to be found fct T. Chambers »Co's On Second Street. We carry in stock Shelf and Heavy Hardware, the Celebrated ACORN STGVES^ND BAftHKD FRNrR WTREf STAMPED AND PRICED TINWA1 SHOVELS» FORKS, r - 1INERS* OUTFIT . t.m* and PoekM f*atlerv, Revolvers and Cartridges At! mi T able a» Roofing and all kinds of Tin, Copper and SI and gaar «action An experience eft - *"' -A in the business warranto ns in saying Glam. Pay spec iron Work, roars ' we can suit you. GEO. T. ■ ' v . ; AGO. Barns Smith is to have charge of one of John Smith's saloons in ths National Park. Over 300,000 pounds of bullion is to be shipped from Billings during the ne :t ten days. It comes from the Barker turning district. The match base ball game on the 'ourth between the Helena and Bozeman clubs was won by the latter by a score of 11 to 10. The Kansas City Live Stock Indicator says Major W. H. Tower's two herds of 6,000 ones and twos, recently started to wards the Montana ranch established by the firm of Towers & Gedgell. The corner-stone of the new M. E. church at Townsend will be laid on Sat urday, July 15th, at 11 a. m. Addresses will lie delivered and appropriate services leid. Ministers from abroad are ex pected. Helena displayed enough enthusiasm on the glorious Fourth to run several one iors 3 down-east celebrations for a week, and it wasn't brought about by artificial means, either.—Independent. No, it was the natural result of over indulgence in Montana whiskey. It is said that the Chicago and North western company is stretching for the Pa cific through a region midway between the lines of the Union Pacific and North ern Pacific, and will soon have a road completed to Deadwood, in the Black Hills, and then tap the Northern Pacific at some point on the Yellowstone. Fur ther progress westward across the Rockies is only a question of time. MONTANA fi£WS. of a at The celebration at Helena seems to have passed off with as much enthusiasm as could be desired. There were salutes, decorations processions, speeches, music and everything to make the day pass off o-aily. Hon. A. C. Botkin was the orator of the day, but his speech does not seem to have been appreciated because he did not dwell at sufficient length upon the struggles and privations incident to early life in Montana. Gov. Crosby was not present to take a hand, but he telegraphed ids regrets from New Uork. The local papers claim that over 10,000 people wit nessed the pageant. A telegram signed by a number of our citizens was sent to Gen. Terry yesterday requesting a postponement of the court martial in the case of Col. Ilges, as that officer is in the field in command of a most, important expedition. We sincerely trust that Gen. Terry will act favorably on this request, as the peace and security of the northern frontier would be hazarded by withdrawing Col. Ilges from the field at this time He is just the person to give the hostile Créés, who aie coming into our territory, just such a lesson as they need.—Bentou River Press, 3rd. Helena's Frst Bullion Train. The Independent, describing the depart uré of the Fourth of July bullion train from Helena, says: From ten thousand to fifteen thousand |>eople, including the procession, were as sembled at the depot grounds at 11 o'clock. At this hour the excursion train rom the east arrived. After the excur sionists had been duly welcomed by the committee having charge of the matter, preparations were made for dispatching die bullion train, which was standing all •eady to start. It was composed of thirty ix handsome new cars, all of the same >atterii and make, and drawn by two pon derous six-wheeled locomotives. The rain was freighted with twelve hundrec housand pounds (one million and a fifth i ,f bullion—principally silver bullion, al liough it also contained a small percent ge of gold. This bullion was principally rryn the Gregory mine, the Alta having •nly contributed a comparatively small >ortion. As soon as the W icks works are tarted np again the Wiekes and Gregory ompanies expect to dispatch asimilar ain load of bullion two or three times * ich month, and perhaps every week. At 1:30 the train started slon ly out of the epot, amid the booming of cannons, msic of the bands, and the cheering of ne jjcople. while the locomotives, fire en ines, and other steam engines in town .'histled and screeched till the valley choed. . Chicago, July.—Chicago paid dearly >r daily celebration of national inde- cndencc anniversary. The record of leath and bloody wounds is horrifying in te extreme. Betweent 5 o'clock a. m., id midnight the total number of causu- iities footed thirty-eight, including three oaths. Five persons were fatally wound I and twenty-three more or less hurt and tainted for life, and five slightly injured, • \ . j____-_____A C «miAntvinolluA he chief instrument of irresponsible lurder was the toy pistol in the hands of lildren, ably supported by stnaU cannon. Milwaukee has increased in population luring the past year TO,000 and has now 148,000 residents. ? , sw TEL3SB V°IIv3 NOT B. St. Louis is excited over the discovery of small-pox in the city. Ten thousand iron workers are on a strike in Staffordshire, England. Cholera is raging in Egypt^ rnd hun dreds of deaths are repor ed daily. The state treasurer of Iowa has just pa d the last cent of the state lebt. This places Iowa on a par with Montana. It is proposed to change the name of Washington Territory to Tahoma, an In dian name signifying ''almost to heaven." Col. J. Armory, of the Texas Siftings, is supposed to be involved in a duel with one W. B. Sheahan. Both men are in New York. Salt Lake, Utah, July 5.— Fitzgibbon, a noted pugilist, who was shot by a brick layer named Joyce while engaged in an altercation yesterday, died this morning. A woman named Mrs. Christian has been arrested at San Antonia, Texas, charged with poisoning seven men at dif ferent times during her life. Three cf them were lier husbands. Matamoras, Mexico, July 5. —Cajarr, chief of Young Nations, was assassinated while coming from mass during the feast at Youqui river yesterday. It is believed that his death throws all the rich lands and sand mines open to white men. At Erie, Pennsylvania, on the Fourth, Albert Kulm fired a revolver from a street car window and instantly killed a little girl. He thought he was using blank car tridges. His brother Frank was so ex cited over the tragedy that he committed suicide. Rev. C ul Schmalz, of the Reformed church of Calicoon. N. Y., was charged with too much drinking, and later with improper advances to a half-witted girl in tion. He disappeared and on Monday last came back and started to drive to Huntsville, Pa. The next morn ing he was found dead by the roadside. Death is thought to have resulted from hard drinking. Hot Sulphur Springs, Col., July 5.— The four commissioners and county clerk of Grand county were all shot this morn ing by a mob of masked men. Barney Day and Miles were instantly killed, and B. * Webber and D. G. Dean mortally wounded. Grand county lies in the north western part of the state, several miles from any telegraph office. The citizens of the county have called on the governor for state militia. i The Treacherous Yellowstone. Yesterday Sam English's well known face and red hack were missing from their accustomed place at the depot when the train came in and the report was cur rent that he had been ' drowned in the river. Happily a little later the report proved incorrect, though it became dan gerously near being the truth. It was in this wise. Mr. English drove his team attached to the dray down to the river bank just above town to allow the horses to drink. Just as they were at the edge of the bank one of them became suddenly frightened, reared and plunged forward into the water, dragging his mate and the wagon after him. Air. English, who was on fhe dray, narrow ly escaped going into the water, and saved himself only by springing and catching the limb of a tree. Being unable to swim had he fallen into the current he must have drowned. The team and wagon floated into the swift current, and one of the horses becoming entangled in the harness drowned quickly. The other, attached to his dead mate, floated down the river and was still alive when it passed the railroad bridge, but died soon after. The wagon came ashore and the carcasses of the liorses struck land cown near Benson's Landing. Several packages of goods which were on the dray went into the water and the greater part of them are lost. The team was a valuable one and their loss falls heavily on their owner. A very short time after the drowning of the team a horse belonging to Mr. Wool sey escaped from the stable and by some means got into the .water and it tod was swept on by the swift current until it drowned. The animal Was valued at $200. -v If report is true this does not conclude . - » « . <• « . . ..I*»#'' !" 91 _ the list of yesterday's casualities hi the waters of the Yellowstone. It is rumored that eight miles below town a man was drowned in the river. We were not able to leant any particulars or ascertain the truth of the story,