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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE.
Published every day except Snnday. WEIGHT & ÏÏEHD5Y, : Publishers. LIVINGSTON, M. T., AUGUST 4, 1883. Since the outbreak of the cholera in Egypt there have been 11,000 deaths of the disease. Its lavages a'*e now gradually lessening from day to day. I. D. M cCutclieon. secretary of the territory is not foi gotten, though the first force of the outcry against him has in some degree subsided. L>ut the papers throughout Montana still make occasional reference to his offence against public decency and call for his removal. The condemnrtion which lie has brought down upon himself does not seem in any manner influ enced by political feeling. Every «hade of political opinion is represent ed in the chorus which goes up de manding McCntcbeon's removal from the secretaryship of Montana. The liberty of the press in Japan is one of the peculiar institutions of that peculiar country. Barring one or two little obstacles the Japanese editor is as free as air. One of these obstacles lies in the faet that the proprietor, director, editor, writer, printer, trails, lator, and every other person connect ed with the paper, is responsible for every thing *it contains. Another feat ure of the press law is that a member of the government may at any time direct editors not todiscusjs the affairs of his department. The Japanese editor, it is understood, discusses the weather with great freedom. This le one of the advantages of the present law over the old one, and shows the rspid progress of the country.—Ex. Among other things asked for the Northern Bacille for the Cincinnati exposition, are specimens of stuffed heads and bodies of animalsfound in the country. A tine display of this kind might be made up here in Livingston without much trouble. Heads of buf falo, elk, deer, antelope, and mountain sheep, antlers, horns, nicely prepared us ornaments, the body of at least one mountain lion, and those of a host of smaller beasts and birds; all these could be collected from within the town limits, and taken together would make a most handsome display. It should be remembered that the North ern Pacific agrees to return free of cost and in good condition any speci mens not donated to the exhibit* and those who do not wish to part perma nently with such articles as we men tion can nave them back at the close of the exhibition. Nothing at an exhibition of varied products I pie; ses and commands the attention ■ of so large a number of sight-seers as does a collection of specimens of the taxidermist's art. It is almost if not quite as interesting as seeing the ani mals alive, and in many instances more pleasant. It is the duty of the people of Livingston to make a good showing in the Northern Pacific ex hibit, and these stuffed heads, etc.* will make a fine element of the dis-* day. i I j Many of our subscribers, especially hose having public places of business, re subjected to constant annoyance I >y the persistence with which a class f our readers, who do not pay for the aper, seize the first opportunity to ook a copy. Of course this is a mat >r entirely beyond our reach and , bility to remedy, but nevertheless it 1 inlands comment. AVe have no réu ni to complain of the length of our ibscription list, and certainly do not ' ish to increase it by forcing the En ißPüiSK upon those who prefer to rloiu the paper rather than pay for But we would fain devise some mine whereby our patrons would ve the privilege of reading their per before it disappears. If any of ose who have been operating upon -a petit larceny system of keeping sted on current news will cotne to * office and confess the error of their y: , their desire to read the Enteb be, and their inability to pay for it j will send them around a paper jry morning as long as we can stand I expense. AVe would like to have fry person in Livingston habitually ilge in good literature, such as is lid in the columns of the Enter be, but as a matter of justice to who pay for the privilege should the first chance. We feei flat* I. of course, that people will have /aper eveaif they resort to illicit means to obtain ii, but there is not a cent in it for us, and is, beside, a source of loss and annoyance to those uj>on whom we depend for support. Hence t He objection to the system. It is bad in substance and we are ready to assist, in suppressing it. The Coming of tha Journalists. An Associated Press telegram from St. Paul, dated the 1st hist., says: "The members of the Associated Press bound for the Yellowstone Park arrived this evening at half past six on a special train of Wagner's and dining earn on the Royal Route. The trip was made in eleven and a half hours, being twenty minutes faster than was expected and the fastest trip ever made between Chicago and St. Paul. -The train was in charge of R. S. Hair, traveling agent of the North western road. Resolutions were passed thanking him and the railroad officials for the magnificent accommodations provided. A dinner of eight courses was just finished as the train entered St. Paul. To-morrow the members go to Minneapolis, there to take a train for Minnetonka, where they are to entertained by Fred Driscoll, of the Pioneer Press, by a dinner at the Hotel Lafayette. Thursday night they leave for the west in a special train over the North ern Pacific.'' According to thas report, the excursion will reach Livingston this evening. The train which carries them is probably traveling pr'etty rapidly and may come through from St. Paul in forty-eight hours. Since the above was put iu type we learn that a telegram has come to Agent McLaughlin directing him to see that prop.T transposition is provided at the eud of track of the Park railway, on Sun day for the excursion party to the number of about fifty. J Proprietor of the Badger State Beer Hall. Finest and largest Hall in the town. MILWAUKEE BEER OK DRAUGHT. S.'conrl St, LIVINGSTON MONT. FRED AY DRAPER. PROPRIETOR OF THE Headquarters Second Street, next to the Opera House. Open Day&lTiglit. Large stock of nothing but strictly first-class" LIQUORS. WINES AND CISARS. Finest Billiard and Pool Tables in the city. 1 I. Orschel & Bro. Are preparing to remove into their new brick store on Park street, and will continue to sell goods at greatly reduced prices. n o u s e, J*. T>. ITOXaAJSr, Fro. The Best Accommodations in the City. « £1$ •• U&v Tbe table is at all timon «applied with- the best the market affords. Roobfis large and newly tarnished, and Parlors at tire disposal oi Ladh«. Wines, Lienor» and Cigars at the WHOLESALER OF Milwaukee Beer! AND PKOPHIETOR OF THE fine anil Beer Parlor, MAIN STREET. Eveiy day at 10o'clock. Milwaukee Keg Beer on draught. |3f*The finest stock of domestic and im ported Wines and Cigars in the Territory. TRI-WEEKLY STAGE -FROM Big Timber to Martinsdale. Leaves Rig Timber (Dornix) TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, connecting at Alartinsdale with stages to White Sulphur Springs, Fort Benton, Barker \iines, Mussel shell and Judith Basin Countries £3?" Good stock and accommodations route. GEORGE M. HATCH, Proprietor. eu HOFFMAN & Co. Keep on sale all the latest Daily, Weekly & Monthly Papers, CHROMOS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Also Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Confectionery of every variety, and Fishing Tackle. Main Street, Livingston. F. H. LORING Proprietor ot the GILT edg:e SAMPLE ROOMS. CHOICEST WHIES. LIQUORS aniCKARS. Princely furnished parlor room in connection. MAIN STREET, - LIVINGSTON. Kane & Rosebrough PROPRIETORS OF THE "BRUNSWICK" SAMPLE ROOM. THE FINEST Of Liquors and Cigars. Cincinnati, St. Louis and Milwaukee Beer Constantly on Hand. A Heading Room in connection with the late papers always on file. MIXED DRINKSA.SPECIALTY MAIN ST., I.FVTNGSTON. ul 1 ' ixw e i^ aJ P Efii— g Bcr - g p c MMe The Model Store of the West w s r*» O l£t> CO ft •lO oi <—» I**. ft! ri «■ © H ◄ ft W O " ft. ft p H m fe O © eft eft O P5 2 ^ *4 i Wholesale and retail dealers in Hardware Stoves, <s QC EH H $ ft ft* --o 'Nails, Iron, and Tools of all descriptions. Tents, Paints, Oils and all sizes of glass. •Builders Hardware, Shovel.**, I-'orks, and [MINING and CAMPING Outfits complete. Si •Si ft C? Si Tin Sheet-iron &. Copper workj A Specialty. "A 1" Goods at Low Figure«. <ft( O 51 VJ Ç* ' r > Ad o 0 ! ^ o cr> «hS O H ^ CO Old Reliable ever on Deck. Learn our Prices before Purchasing. ardA.Smith&Co GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE PARK AND PALACE Âd d i tion s AND MINNESOTA ADDITION, Nortij of Machine Shops. Very desirable property for investment. All wishing residence lots, come and investigate for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere, aud buy only first-class property. lie sure and do not buy property which w ill separate yoa from the best . part of the town, and those who have examined the Park and Palace Additions acknowledge them to be far superior to all for residences. We have already sold lots to persons who will build immediately, and in some instances bring their families. We aim to constantly keep houses for sale and rent, thus to accommodate those who wish to go to housekeeping in great haßte and not Laving time to build. We are selling bouses very cheap, and wish those who anlipipate buyiug would carefully examine ours, and see for themselves we do not pre varicate. REFERENCES: A. O. Slaughter, Banker, Chicago; C. Livingston & Co., St. Paul; Citizens' Bank, Topeka, Kan. WILLARD A. SIVIITH & CO., item /s> / v ^ I y<ovS \ / 4 V m V ÜN N / \ % H \ — M Z3 o I have carried different Watches, Ameri can and Foreign, for nearly 40 years, and for over 6 years the Rockford watch, which runs on closer time and steadier than any I ever used. Judge D. H. Budlong. We have carried the Rockford watch for about 6 years. It gives us the best of satis faction; would not have any other. Bkem Bros., li. R. Contractors. FOB SALE BY G. B. NIBLOCK, Manufacturing Jeweler, LIVINGSTON, M. T. THE BEST STOCK OF HARDWARE .AJSHD STOVES Iu the City is to be found at T.Chambers sCo's On Second Street . We carry in stock Shelf and Heavy Hardware, the Celebrated ACORN STOVES AND RANGES, pmws UARRUl) G. M>o A£MU KAfvGEO, FLOWS, BARBED FENCE WIRE. 'vmwAKV STAMPED ANfF PRICED - «ÄEB- OUTFITS, T»H. tad P«ok<* Cutlery, Revolvers and Cartridges . At! »pec«! atteutêm to Rooliujç and all kinds of T 11 '. C«pi*<^r "i?" ^ M au J guar * V *f action An «perienoe oftwonty years in the business warrants ns in Baying that we can suit you. . GEO. T. CHAMBERS & CO. - * * -AVh t in"*