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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE.
«V4WWW*®*® VOL I. NO. 55. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1883. Price, Ten Cents. 1*0?^ --— THt pa'. VffiK daily enterprise. daj except Sundry. Publishers. lied * r ' ;jtt à EESDBÎ. •[ W'Td.V. >1. T.. AUGUST 6, 1883. '5iM3 o:' SUBSCRIPTION. P r . !) in-'111. 3J*n5.>8. f* youths, by TO CT $12 00 7 00 6 00 *very uj »ruing rßSCRIBEKS: ......50cte per Week ................lGcts, ............Bets each P» Car; Single * £ 'J'*................... förSH'®P iesor In, ' ,v ................. ADYERTJi-ilNG KATES: meats, rates will be given Per e' tu »PP I/ica! Üng il/D. ;iicd for one insertion only, fifteen Fi rt-v.t or more iiibertlons, ten 2. i (V. :i *1 t ] LiiN BROTHERS, kkal estate dealers. ltrre*|.^ n ^ eDee solicited. Office on main street. II. T. CEi'EKLEY'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, Kingston lota for sale. Lots in Riverside Addition. Office over E. R. Dean & Co.'s. j A Ü M I T H, * _attorney at law — Cificeon Main Street,over Lawrence & Stuff's. M K Y E & L k R O Y, attorneys AT LAW. PEAL ESTATE AGENTS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. Office on Main Street, Smith's block. D. ALTON, M. D. -SURGEON, N. P. R. R. Ce. JOHN B. ELDER, LAW AND REAL ESTATE, Large List of Town and Farm property. Main Street, Livingston. B UC1IANAN A SCHULTZ, CONTRACTORS A BUILDER8, Fine Cabinet Work and Undertaking a specialty. All orders promptly attended to. Plansand specifications for all kinds of build ings famished on short notice. Give us a call. Main eteet, Livingston. 0 FFICE OP THE BE LVIPE RE. Luc Bar and delicious drinks. Main street. U- BUDLONG, 'justice of the peace, Office on Main Street, LIVINGSTON, - - MONTANA. Bank of Livingston. STEBBINS, MUND 4 CO., Livingston, general Transacts a BANKING Men tan v BUSINESS. bxchange n on all the principal United States and Fur cities of the ope. •■ v teri ST Allowed or TIME DEPOSITS. Elections made a specialty. Solicited. Correspond A. L, LOVE, Cashier. OF LIVINGSTON, MONT. AnUlort *Hl Capital, **•1» Capital, $280,000 OO 60,000 OO EoBgbt ami Soli on all parts of file Worli étions Made, Colle« And ai) U'kjrijr hnidneea promptly attended to. 1 «!#" J- flj f ,U \ nOW » U wnal Fault, bitfcgo; DREW B. ALLEN. FRANK P. ALLEN. 00 00 00 Real Estate Bulletin. ten A fine building and lot. in business center. Building rented so it will pay GO 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 given for selling. A rare chance for some enterprising man. Price with fixtures, stock, etc____ Hotel for sale, doing a good business The most desirable business corner in the fity can be bo ight, if pur chased within ten days, lor....... ],700 00 Residence house and lot......... 3U0 00 Lot 9, Block 94, good business prop erty ............................. 350 00 300 00 250 00 800 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................ 1 000 00 Fine Park street business lots cau be bought from $600 to.......... 1,500 00 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 of the cheapest lots, if not the cheapest, on the market to daj\ Price..... A Park street lot that is rented for $250 a year can be bought for..... Good residence lots in all parts of the city, cheap. 650 00 1,000 00 The above are a few of register. Ml on good terms . the Lots we have on our Before buying a Lot , Mine or Ranch , call on us and see the largest, cheapest and best list of Real Estate in the city . .A.I_ILinJ>T BROTHERS LISBON, Dakota. LIVINGSTON, Montana. EJTLIVINGSTON OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. jg| C. W. Savage & Son, DEALERS IN ^u.rn.Isün.iüg' < 3 -©ods, CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, Boots and Shoes, Etc. Main Street, - Livingston, M. T. BUY YOUR FANCYGROCERIES -â_T THE ^Peoples' Csuslb. Q-rocer^, Main St. DONOVAN & Co. as to the POSTOFFIOE RUG STOR Wright & Bartlett, Props., Dealers in Drugs > Medicines » Taints, Oils, Books, Stationery, Etc . Prescriptions carefully compounded day and night. Main street, Livingston; W. K. YOUNG, M. D., will be found at tbe P. O. Drug Store night and day. j.Q Of Your Life is ■ So Ton SfanH Always Haro a Coiferlalile BEIX YOUR HOMES SHOULD ALSO BE MADE TX) LOOK PLEASANT AND HOME LIKE, AND WHEN IN NEED OF ANY AIL TICLE IN THE FURNITURE, CROCKERY, OR GLASSWARE LINE,CALL ON * (continued prom 2nd page.) 00 00 00 00 of John R. Wilson, Journal, Cliicago. Col. Gil. Pearce, News, Chicago. Rudolf Thoman, Anzeiger des Westens, St. Louis, Mo. Joseph Grensel, Detroit Free Pjess. Dr. H. Kinner, Westliche Post, St.Louis John T. Mack, Register, Sandusky. Henry Phillips, Gazette, Pittsburg. Among these names will be recognizee those of men who stand in the front rank of American journalists—men who have crown gray and achieved high honor by wielding the pen. Others are of the army of young men who (from their age more than any other reason) affiliate most readily and quickly with the hot bloods and anxious heads among whom we are most frequently cast. But they are all good men, at least they seem so. While possessing too much intelligence to up pear like the ordinary young eastern man they were still sufficiently ignorant Montana to make the work of imparting fair idea of the country most interesting to the talker, and we trust to the listener They had traveled from St. Paul a por tion of the distance, by special train ant the remainder of the journey attached to the regular express. They had viewee all the principal towns and points of interest along the route, and even when we last saw them felt that they had hac a sufficiency of wonderful scenery. G. K. Barnes, general passenger ana ticket agent for the Northern Pacific, was in especial charge of the party, and aj cording to the reports of the editors, they had received every courtesy at the hands of Mr. Barnes. This excursion of the Associated Press was arranged entirely under the auspices of the Northern Pacific. Not only was transportation provided but beveragis ac libitum and even blankets, rubber coats and fishing rods were placed at the dis posai of those who wished to avail them selves of such appliances. Mr. Barnes efforts were untiring to make the trip as pleasrnt as possible for his editorial guests and lie is still putting forth his most dili gent exertions in arranging for their con duct through the Park. R. B. Hair, general traveling agent for the Chicago & Northwestern railroad, was also of the party and doing what he coulc to assist in contributing toward the flow of pleasant feeling. Owing to immediate demands upon his time he will not be able to accompany the party through the Park, but will return to Livingston to-day and pass on eastward. Gscar Vanderbilt (the name is suggestive of railways) gen eral transportation agent of the Northern Pacific, with offices at Chicago, was also of the party. The dining car was in charge of E. W Westlake, a brother of the dining-car superintendent, E. J. Westlake, and one of the &ost agreeable and withal, capable young men git has been our fortune to meet. The members of the exenrsion party united in praising his con duct of the dining-car and the bill of fare which had been placed before them at every meal. The programme for the excursion is arranged as follows. Last evening they were at Mammoth Hot Springs; this morning (Monday) they will travel twenty-one to the Norris geyser basin, and take dinner; in the afternoon they will journey forward twenty four miles, and reach the Upper Geyser basin. In this region of wonder they will remain two nights and one day, or until Wednesday morning, when they will pass onward to Yellow stone Lake and all its beauties. On Thursday they will view Great Falls and other features of interest, and on Friday inspect the Lower geysers. On Saturday they will reach Mammoth Hot Spring on their return trip, and on Sunda, shortly before noon, be again in Livingston. The special cars will go erstward attached to the regular train leaving Liyingston at 2:25 on Sunday afternoon. The members of the Associated Press feel well pleased with their trip thus far through the great northwest. One of them expressed his appreciation of the way they had been treated by saying the trip had been a perfect Ovation along the entire line. Without an exception, so far as questioned by the representative of the Enterprise, the gentlemen of the party, were greatly interested in the scenery they « had traveled through, particularly in Montana. They were not viewing the country merely from an artistic stand point; jn the published accounts of their tjip will be found in every instance some practical account of impressions made upon their individual minds by the towns or rural districts through which they passed. À newspaper man is of. a highly practical turn Of mind and while he may be strongly impressed by the beauti f ul in nature he is at the same time possessed of a keen eye for the purely practical. ' Of Livingston and its Bjirroiinding country we feel sure that they will write as with one pen in an approving strain. They have seen our prosperous town and its maguificent surroundings, am) have heard of its youth, as compared with its activits. They will speak of the town in a business-like, calculating way that will bß more to its credit than any high-flown praise; ", * fte only trust that they will | enjoy of : ? w themselves to the full during their trip through the National Park. The feeling of professional fellowship and the desire that all visitors, to the Yellowstone region shall have nothing to mar their pleasure, prompts us to the wish—God speed the members of the Associated Press now in the Yellowingstone National Park, and those who are assisting toward their en joyment. MONTANA NEWS. Cable mine in been re-opened The restaurant privilege for the coming territorial fair is offered for sale. Butte has the champion fat boy. He is seven and a half years old and weighs 150 pounds, The famous Atlantic Deer Lodge county has after years of idleness. Greenhood, Bohm & Co. of Helena, are presenting their customers with a neatly printed map of Montana. About 250 tons—500,000 pounds—of wool has been shipped down the river from Fort Benton this season. Johnny Mills is joshing the boys with a story of 700 trout caught by three Boze manites in two days and a half. The Nez Perce chief, Moses, tried to mash some Crow squaws and was as suc cessful as any white dude could be. Joe Campbell is in Indianapolis under treatment for wounds received at Butte in his duel with "Bodie Joe" last year. A cave occurred in the Gregory mine at Wickes on Friday night, in which Robert Corbett, a miner, was instantly killed. It is said that the residence of Nick Bielenberg, now being erected in Deer Lodge, when finished will be the finest in Montana. A valuable deposit of fire clay was dis covered a few r clays ago on Warm Springs creek, in close proximity to the new town of Anaconda. It is claimed by those well informed that a million in money is in sight in the Commanche mine, of Philipsburg, in the outcropping alone. Emory W. Cobb, of the Bozeman Na tional Bank, has presented the city of Kankakee, Ills., with an opera house to cost over $100,000. The Northern Pacific will Dext week plant a telegraph station on the summit of the Rocky mountains, nineteen miles wesj of Helena, to be called Tip Top. An inhuman monster named E. H. Alli son has been bound over at Poplar Greek for the crime of rape committed upon his his-breec* sister, thirteen years of age. For the six months ending June 30, 1883, gold to the value of $240,815.30 passed through the Helena U. S. afsay office, and silver to the value of $17, 017.57. The Husbandman says that a rich vein of free-milling ore 22 inches in width, that will go up in the hundreds, is being de veloped in the Bourbon mine, Birch Creek District. The lead proper is over nine feet in width. Other leads in this district are also prospecting well, and we would not be surprised to see a prosperous camp developed at an early day. A man named Pat Murphy created considerable excitement in a Missoula saloon Monday by a reckless attempt to kill himself wilh a beer glass. He was asked by parties to take a glass of beer, when he grabbed a glass and struck him self with all his might on the forehead, cutting a gash that bled freely, but not detering him from keeping up his insanec warfare against his own self. The Sunflower. The sunflower does not turn with the sun, but a recent observer finds that a majority of the flowers do have a pre vailing direction when opening. In the case of one of the perennial sunflowers of sixty-eight flowers, up to one time all had their heads inclining to the south east. Three days after this, with seventy-three flowers open, twenty-ono among the older ones had advanced »ward the northeast,. the r horizontal : ? aces becoming uoarly erect during tho ;ourney. ' Knavery is su mt honesty is yields not. Colton. lpplo, Arm and oan bend* and upright and Emotive religion without righieons nesa is all gush. Morality without righteousness IS only dress parade ; but w heu our emotions and our morality are the result of character that,* and that alone, is righteousness. • •* » ' Gbibf never sleeps ; it watches con tinually, like a jealous husband. All the world groans uuder its sway ; and it fears that, by sleeping, its dutch will become loosened, and its prey then escape.