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the DAILY ENTERPRISE.
Ik I, NO. 37.
LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1883.
Price, Ten Cents.
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ITdaily enterprise.
every day except San day.
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advektisind rates:
L a dJnp»d^ rli *"' m6Dtfl ' rat ^ WiH b ° SiVe "
l' ,?1 ' C4t !'l far one insertion only, fifteen
3 " Far two or more inwruunn, ten
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lE S BROTHERS,
REAL BBTATE DEALERS.
L^nd«*« spirited.
Office on main street.
: CEPERTEY'S
real estate agency,
L . ; ., n lût» lor eale. Lots in Riverside
Addition.
Office opposite passenger depot.
SMITH,
-ATTORNEY at law
, sert door to Holmen' Lumber Office.
: V E A It K O Y,
ATTORNEYS at law.
[l estate agents
and NOTARIES PUBLIC.
: Main Street, Smitk'fl block.
D ALTUN, M. D.,
-SURGEON,
N. P. R. R. f'o.
lank of Livingston.
TONS, MUND & CO.,
uptoTt, » * Montana.
Transacts a
lilUL BANKING BUSINESS.
auge on all the principal cities of the
United States and Europe.
«m Allowed os TIME DEPOSITS
ILrtions made a specialty. Correspond
lolicited.
A. L. LOVE, Cashi r.
M K. RUDER,
LAW AND REAL ESTATE,
1 Lift of Town and Farm property.
in Street, Livingston.
COUCHNOUR,
PROPRIETOR O»
ln * Saw and Planing Mil!.
Also, dealer in all kind« o t
r£ KN AXn NATIVE LUMBER,
ASI H DOORS, BLINDS,
mouldings and
building paper.
r «1 to
l<i prices before purchasing
'" d J' r4 » on Send Mr«t,
[ r,nn . Montana
UAX A.N t 8CHULT2,
contractors a builders,
iblnet Work sad Undertaking a specialty
r ® Prompti, ^ uded ^ ,
JlT tli<l,1,D> i9T build'
*** on notice. Give os a call.
Liviagutua.
'
! D IEW B. ALLEN.
FRANK P. ALLEN.
Bro's.
Real Estae Bulletin.
A fine building and lot in buxines?
center. Jluildiug rented so it will
pay 6U |*»r cent net on price .....$4,1100 00
House and lot on Main s*re, t, well
located tor business of any kind,
a baigain at the price............ 775 00
V well establish d and paying itjuor
business tor saie. Satisfactory
reasons g veti for selling. A rare
ebaner-* for-some en ter pricing man.
Pri e with fixtures, sto<-k. etc..... '250
11 -tel for «ale. doit gag iod business 800
Tli- most (V*s cable business corner
in the -ity-ca-- be bo ght, iî pur
chased wtthin ten days, lor ...... T.70Q
Residence hou«e and lot......... 3U0
Lot 9, Block 94, good bird ness prop
erty ..................... ... 35 » 00
00
00
i
00
09 I
Two husiiv ss lots on Od street.
These are the cheapest business
lots in the market. Each ....... 300 00
An A No. 1 business corner; corner
remember, only ..... ....... 1 030 00
Fine Park street business lots can
l.e bought from $000 to........ 1,500 00
A fai> I usines* corner, if sold this
month, can be bought for........ 350 00
First-class business of. Consider
ir.g location, etc., it is one of the
cheapest lots, if not the cheapest,
on the market to day. Price. ... €60 0*»
A Park street lot that is rented for
$25' a year can he bought for .. . 1,000 00
(Joo i residence lots iu all parts of
the city, cheap.
The a bore are a few of the Lots we h ire on oat
régis er. Alt an good terms .
Before luffing a, L t, Mine or finnc't* Gallon, ,f S unci
s* >e the largest cheapest a.-at he-^t Us■ of He l fUstate in
he. e t j.
I_iX_iEIsT BROTHERS,
LISBON, Dakota. LIVINGSTON, Montana.
[ ^"LIVINGS TON OFFICE ON MAIN STUKE ", Ml
C. W. Savage & Son
DEALERS IN
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I^a.r3n.isli.i3^Lgr 'Q-oo<d.s,
CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS,
Boots and Shoes, Etc., Etc.
All Kinds of Light Apparel
for Summer Wear.
M
Main Street, 2»
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Livingston, M. T.
THE BEST STOCK OF
HARDWARE
STOVES
In the City is to be found at
G. T.Chambers »Co's
0« Second Street. We carry in stock Shelf «nd Heavy Hardware, the Celebrated
ACORN BTOVBB AND J FN< F. WIRE,
FLUVI& » bA STAMPED AND PRICED TINWARE,
SHOVELS, FORKS. MINERS* OLTHl^,
, v . ,.„,i orV Revolver* and Cartridges Atl sixes of OIhs-*- F
c and Pocket and all kinds of Tin, Copper and Sbeetiron Work,
attention t» ; R > .. K-, s , ill ;tiou Au e.<»>«ri«uc» of two ity years
ail'd gua . - ij U giiiess.warrants us in saying that
I ... a ;+- ' *• * • * we can suit you.
geo. t. chambers & CO.
Tabic
Pay speeia
Murder ut Cooke Ciiy.
On Tuesday last, the 10th iust, at Cooke
City the central cunip of the Clark's Fori
mining district, Frank Young sliot and
killed Daniel Me Cart! iv. Oui correspon
dent sends us the following summary <
the evidence adduced at the coroner's in
q test,
^M ^Groimegal swim says: Frank Young
hal been drinking and b y os mv bed: i
some w'ay he had lost his pocket book
containing four dollars. Daniel McCarthy
got the pocket book und v mi l n >t give
it up, saving he would return it when
Young got sober and not before. Young
then got on his horse and and rode to hi.«
nvn camp and returning with a gun kii -
.*d McCarthy.
Alex oi 1er Mackcnx'e being sw T or*.
testified is follows; Mr. Buckler and my
self w°re sitting in mv tent and Daniel
.McCarthy and a man called Charlie, we e
standing outside by a wagon. McGonne
gal came out of his tent and told them
that the one who ha" 1 Young's money had
better give it up to him. ihev both de
nied having the money, or any knowledge
»fit. Cli .riie then went away aero, s
îe creek and McCarthy went hit Me Go
eg il's tent. I heard McCarthy say Î.
.ou id not steal money from a man th
vas drunk. I heard some m in say "giv
me tînt f our dob trs". IM^Cart^v s ,V,
"I will give it to him when he gets sober"
McCarthy then came into my tent and
showed me the four dollars in silver ?nd
a key to a faucet. He said lie found
them on the floor in the oth r te.it and
ho would be a J nefy s—of a la —o r a foo
if he did not put them in his pocket. IT
, fid the four dollars belonged to the ni n
'h it was in the other tent, druhk, and b
1 give it b-g*k wh n u h« got s'' r.
M Ca Miy then said, "lie h s gone for a
gun, have you got one?". He then went
outside of the te it and in about five min
utes afterwards I heard a horse come up
close to the door of the tent. I heard a
man say, **stop". Then there was tl e
sound of a sh >t from a gin or pvtoJ. I
then went out and met McGonnegal and
Young and the latter said "I have shot
the sou of b—h ! for four dollars he can
not rob nie in day-light. He tl eü told
McGonnegal to go an get the four dollars
for him. The latter said he would not do
so. Young then after trying to extract
the shell from Ids gun, hung it on his sad
dle. He turned to McGonnegal and
said -you won't shoot, me will y >u" and
then went to the body and in one pocket
found the key and from the other he took
the four dollars in silver.
The inquest was held before H. B. Pot
ter justice of the peace, and the jury con
sisted of Frank Esler, Z. H. Daniels, G.
II. Smith, Jr N. Shcebread, M. L. Me
Cumber and Clarence M. Stephens, who
returned a verdict to the effect that Dan'l
McCarthy came to his death by a bullet
fired from a Sharp's rifle in the hhnds of
Frank Young.
The Opera House.
The Black Diamond, or The Fate of
the Molly Maguires, o:ie of the most pop
ular plays ever presente 1 to an Ameri
can audience, will be given this evening
at the Livingston Opera house. J. P. Rut
ledge, a standard act >rof long experience,
will be manager during ti e run of the
p ay, and with a strong company of talent
ed actois, î ssured the Livingston public
of a rare d Miiatic treat. A powerful cast,
new scene *y, appropriate paraphernalia, a
popular play, and s n experienced manager
are the deinen. 8 of a certain success.
TERRITORIAL NEWS.
G. N. Pratt, of St. Paul, is about to es
tablish spice miils at Helena.
The heaviest transaction in cattle that
has occurred in the territory took place
this week, Mr. Conrad Kohrs, for Kohrs
& Bidcnljerg, and Mr. Granville Stewart,
jor Stewart & Anderson, purchasing o
Mr. A. J. Davis, the Davis, Hauser & Co.
herd of 12.000 cattle for $400,000. Stu
art and Anderson were former owner« iu
the herd, the late sale being in fact a pur
chase of the two-thirls interest of Judge
Davis by Mr. Kohrs for $266,667. Hit
is the heaviest transaction in cattle that
has ever taken place in the territory, the
next highest. being tliat of a ,few week,
ago whQiijthe Montana Company. bought
of Downs &» Allen the old 7,000 Head A
Clark '& » UlnV' for $235,000. ByAhi
transaction Con. .Kohrft puts hirase^ at the
head of the Montana cattle business, s$d
in the manner of the times is the undis
puted cattle king of Montana, he and Mr.
John Bielenberg owning, or owning a con
trolling interest in 25,000 head of cattle,
which, at rates we have heard of being
paid recently, are worth on the range a
million and a half dollars.—New North
west.
Park Notes.
G. L. Henderson, assistant superintend
ent of the National Park, came down to
Livingston yesterday and will remain un
til to-morrow. He says that the roads
through the Park have undergone some
repairs where most needed, and that they
are now expecting the government sur
veyor, who will give directions for further
improvements. The road between Devil s
Thumb, and head of Chalk Cliff, which
was heretofore always in bad condition,
has been so improved th it twice as heavy
a load can be taken over it ai ormorly.
Mr. Henderson says that last vear at
least 10,000 people visited the Ifark. and
tnis year he tniuks the probable number
of visitors can be safely placed at 50,000.
Already this year he estimates ti e number
of Park tourists at 3,000. All these have
not passed through Livingston, as a con
siderable number come in from the west
and return by the same route. Mr. Hen
derson would advise intending visitors to
the Park to make the t ip in July or
August. September may be counted
upon for pleasant weather ai l immunity
from flies, but at that time the grass has
been fed down closely and by the earlier
visits of a continual i ush of tourists all
good camping places will have, become
littered with the refuse of the camps and
rendered unfit for occupancy. This vfas
true to an extent last year, and will be-the
case to a much greater degree during the
latter part of this season.
President Arthur anti party are expect
ed at the Mimmotli. Springs hotd some
time in August. Other parties of dis
tinguished Americans and Europeans will
vis.t the. Park during the season, while
tourists of less note are expected in num
bers reaching far into llie thousands.
The Hotel at the springs will not be In
readiness to accommodate visitors much
before August 1st. Mr. Henderson met
C. T. Hobart, superintendent for the Park
Improvement Company, going up the
road to-day. He had with him Mrs. Mc
Gowan and her daughter. The elder
lady is to have charge of the lady's de
partment of all the various hotels and
tents of the Park.
As he drove down the valley the track
layers were at work four miles this side of
Fridley's ranch, and as they are laying
iron at the rate of two miles per day, the
construction department expect to deliver
passengers at Fridley's on Tuesday next
at noon. Beyond this point tracklaying
will advance rapidly and without delays
for a distance of eight miles, or till Point
of Rocks is reached, where the cutting is
not yet quite finished, and is liable to oc
casion delay. Past this, tli3 grade is fin
ished to the Second canyon, where rock
work may again retard tracklaying.
Waking a Sleeper.
A certain good brother, Obadiah
Turner, of Lvnn, Mhj-s., once kept a
J 'oumal, in which, under date " 16 A
lune ye 3d/* he thus describes the
" method" adopted by a zealous special
officer in the church ministered unto by
R v. Samuel Wliitiug: "Allen Bridges
hath been chosen to wake ye sleeper » in
meeting, and, being much prou i of his
place, must need have a fox taile fixed
to ye eno of a long staff, wherewith he
may brush the faces of them yt will
have naps in time of discourse; likewise
a sharp thome wherewith he may
prickle such a* may he most sonnt le.
On the last Lord Lis day, as lie strutted
a ( out ye meeting house, he did spy
Mr, Thomas sleeping w ith much com
fort, his head being steadied by being ng
ye corner, and his hand grasping ye rail.
And bo spying, Allen did quickly thrii-t
his staff behind David Ballond and gave:
him a g devons prick upon ye band,
whereupon Mr. Ihomas did spring qjo
much above ye floor, and with terrible
force strike his head against ye w&l),:~tuiil
also tj ye great wonder of all, prophun
ilie crying out in a loud toice, he tffoam
ing, as it seemed, yt a -wo>xlidinck hud*
bit his hand. But on coming to know
where he was; and ye gfcatc Ivan ätifAur
had v committed,. ..'fie si cnrud* 1 mu-4i !
abashed, but ^.d pot spesfc <;And' L
think he vül not soon again go h> s^ccp*
in meeting. Ye wotnefi may-M>m- riyo,A
slecpe and none km/w it, by;*«tn»oii 't$V
their énonnous boniiefç, Mr.fWJ^tiygV
'doth pleasantlie say yt'from je j ulpit in» ,
doth see» jio ; be/ jit » ' ^plÿnk ,
straw, with liaéA jottihg
tupe&g then*."
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