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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE. Published every day except Sunday. iTRIGrET & HSI7DRT, : PcUisîicrE. LIVINGSTON, m.t., AUGUST it, l8S3. *J The Apaches of Arizona to the number of 150 are agun oa the wur-p .th an I are tlrr. ing off cattle and k:"ung settlers and ■ t The mountains seem to breed About every year there is a sold iers. Apaches. strand campaign against tiiem, resulting in the capture of what is supposed to he the whole tribe, but in a few mouths there is another fighting T>rcc of the red devils seeking whom they may devour. It begins to be pretty plainly apparent that the telegraphers' strike cannot suc ceed in accomplishing the purposes for which it was inaugurated. However much sympathy tiie general public may feel for the operators as against the company against which they arc arrayed, the con clusion of the strike will result in no ben efit to the former. The Western Union his managed to conduct its business with increasing ease throughout the period oi the strike.'and though it lias doubt less suffered the greatest inconvenience, is now in such position as will enable it to maintain the war an indefinite time. It is said the company is losing $50,000 daily by the interference with business .caused by the strike. Well, it v cm and will afford to lose that amount (though we doubt if it is) for many days yet rather than grant the de mands of its former employes. the is a to of can and mob This When Bismarck's ''enterprising citi zens" who owned surplus real estate con ceived the idea of making that town the capital of Dakota they generously offered as a premium for that honor a tract of land and $100,000 in cash. The land they had and the money they had—to get. In due course Bismarck was selected as tiie capital, und tiicn begin the boom which filled the coffers of a few and left others who lmd received no pointers out in the cold. After the boom subsided the $100,000 was required but the few who had pledged themselves to pay it found that it could not be easily raised. Therefore they set themselves to work to make the amount a public obligation. Tiie commissioners of Burleigh county ordered an election to decide whether or not the county should be bonded to pay the said sum of $100.000. On Wednes day the election was held and though the opposition was strong and worked very hard the bonds were voted and not Bis marck only but all Burleigh county stands holden for the price of the capital. Our Mines and Mining. In bis official report upon the produc tion of gold and silver during 1682 the director of the Mint, Burchurd, has the fol lowing to sav, among other things, re garding mining operations in Gallatin county and the country immediately tributary to Livingston : The fact is now established beyond question that the New World district will develop into importance as a miner.T pro ducing region in the history of Montana. Among the best known and most promis ing lodes of that region arc the great Re public and the Black Warrior, the former being the widest and most regular, but the latter carrying the highest grade of product. The requisite fluxes for the smelting of ores are found there in abun dance, and the percentage of lead desir able can be found in almost any of the ores extracted from the mines to the depth reached in the present stage of develop ment. The placers found in Emigrant have doubtless produced more gold than any of the other gulches worked in this county. Of late years the amount realized has not been large, but there is no falling off in tiie returns. Three parties worked in that gulch during the last season, and from the most reliable information at command the aggregate clean-ups will not be less tuan $12,000. Fo-ne have estimated the amount realized from the locality during 1382 at not less than $30,000. Bear and Crevice Gulc hes have also bceu worked to a limited extent, and Brown's urastra has continued to add its quota of gold to the general yield, from ores supplied by the narrow but rich gold lodes of Bear and G'revice Mountains, where there arc about fifty recorded loca tions. Placer mining has l>ecn done on the Boulder, which, is now the lioundary of the Indian reservation* and manv quartz locations have also liccn made, but until there are belter facilities at command for the successful treatment of the ores pro duced, the bullion yield of Gallatin county will remain insignificant In com parison with the ackuowleded resources which it has developed. K11» & Lee*« saloon in WalkcrvîUç wm b irued. eut iiling a of McFarland Held for Murder. After James Stanley's death from the effects of Ins wound, V\ iter C. McFar land, fre in whoso gun the shot v.as fired that killed him, Was auraln I roueiit before *J ti« lire Liulioire iiua.tiiai i; ■ t j, c re-openeu ar ge of nuir S"Ä trz <u.«,i «mattfeil to Ihc « jai! t;>j answer bebr.e the next custru-t coiuf upon id will not In* ad Urn c.large upon nillted to bail, inc which he was examined was that of as ... • IT saint with intent to ccxnm.t intimer, but Stanley s deutii changes the character of Ilia offence to the more serious charge of murder. Eufus Hatch'd Show. The New Ycrk Journal in speaking of the Rufus Hatch excursion party now en route to the Yellowstone country, says: •'The excursion party of Rufus Hatch to the Yellowstone Park is one of the most unique affairs of the kind ever devised. His collection of celebrities is simply wonderful. Barnum never succeeded in* bringing togcHier. even in wax, so many illustrious personages. First of all there is a Major General and Baron of the Ger man empire, whose breast is ablaze with gold medals. In addition there is almost a quorum of the German Reichstag. Two members of the British Parliament have been corralled for tiie expedition. Irish Lords, a French Baron who condescends to write for a Paris paper, the proprietor of one of the London journals, and the correspondents of three or four others, are among the minor attractions. The Ameri can show will include cx-Prcsident Grant and one or two stray members of the cabinet. For side-shows there is an assort ment of governors, and a miscellaneous mob of congressmen and st ite legislators. This curious gathering could have been brought together only by a man of Mr. Hatch's capacious genius." ■■ ■ ... _ Harvesting tiie Bones. The agent of a Detroit. Mich., company is now engaged in scouring the Yellow stone valley in the vicinity of .Miles City for the purpose of collecting and shipping to the company's factory the bones of ani mals which, during long years past, have been accumulating on the ranges. They are principally tiie bones and horns of buffalo, elk and deer, which have been slaughtered or otherwise come to their death in the days when the Yellowstone region was their favorite haunt. These honey materials are manufactured into animal charcoal, ivory black, bone meal, and fertilizers, and their reduction to those substances gives work to 200 men j at tiie factory in Detroit, Mich. The out fit tor collecting down the valley consists of eight men and twenty-four yoke of oxen, with wagons. Ilcre is another in stance of the raw material which Montana produces being skipped thousands of miles before being manumetured into articles of commerce. When will the day come that shall sec Montana'utilizing lier own pro ductions instead of allowing eastern inanu factllrci ' 3 tu m :ks f ho I ,rülät U ! ,JU t!iemä Land end Fy:.n arc driving 15,000 cattle firm the Lost river cf Idaho to a range on Big F< uxj ine. For Sale or Bent. House of five rooms, kitchen and up stairs, suitable for restaurant and lodging house: located on Second street. Apply at the Putnam house. mwwr ' 5,i yi»wunwi>i n BON-TON RESTAURANT. MSS. G-E0. MACES, - Proprieties:. SECOND STREET, mm, - - momma, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Dining Room Neat and Inviting. The Table is well supplied with all the delicacies of the Season. iU'j 1 J. A. Wolcott, Propr. Clark Street, of Old Town. grOPEN DAY AND NIGHT. The Table is Supplied with the Best the Market Affords. F. H. LORI N G, Proprietor ot the GtIXjT EIDG-E SAMPLE ROOMS. ÏÏ KEST WINES, LIQUORS üM C 13 ÂRS. t'---'-"- - • ___ • •>, Princely furnished parlor room In connection. KAXXSTKKinr, - Ï.IVHNfiHTOûb A r a<KagyAfe:!ia«Af!. ' s^-^c OF O ffi ce V "THE STAG.' The Finest Whiskey in the Country. on Icc. Livingston, oat ana. K MAiW o ! Fpfmnnof ArmmnuC! RlflL i MmuILU ! «/w.*.——— Main Street, opposite Posiollke, Aro tho MostEIeg^nliy Furnished In ihe West. IiGiiu M apt fffte Emloyoil t^r Finest stock of Harber supplies in M oniaiKi. HEALTH OFFICE? DE. TÏPPÏS, Proprietor. GARDINER, M. T. Keeps til© Choicest V/inrs. Liquors and Cigars in the City. When Going to the l ark J, U & U N 1 A Us. IT AL ITS, FKCPKIETOll OF THE SWIG K " SAMPLE ROOM, THE FINEST Of Liquors and Cigar?, Cincinnati, St. Louis and Milwaukee Beer Constantly on Hand. A Heading Boom in connection with the late papers always on file. MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY MAIN ST., LIVINGSTON'. j _____ oLa «ia .ftLfgri W. WHOLESALER OF AND PROPRIETOR OF TIIE ) MAIN STREET. o-cla. Bveiy dry at 10 o'clock. Beer Milwaukee ICÿ On draught. g^rrhc finest stock of domo'lic and 1m poi tt:d Wines and Ogars in the Territory. TR I-WEEKLY STAGE -FROM Elg Tir.ibo? to iVtartinsdale. Leaves Rig Timber (Dovnb:) TUESDAY, THUKSDAY and SA'j i'RDAV, eomuxrting s-t .Miiriin ; (lale with stages to White Su! j.hur Springs, Sort Renton, Barker Mines, Mussel shell and Judith Basin Countries « C J'f'Cnod stock and accommodations en voûte. GEORGE M.HATCH, Proprietor. HOmîAl & Co. Keep on sate all the latest Daîiy, Weekly & frionikly Papers, CM ROM 03, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Also Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Confectionery of every variety,and Fishing Tackle. Main Street, Livingston. .11 ÏÏ Ö. '1 BILLIARD BAILOR AND SâMHS BOOMP A Opposite llie Dcjiot. U The Best of "Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Finest AAïusement Essoit in Town/ Osill^/ Bg© Xj s. BANK 'EXCHANGE ! Higgins & Hanley, PROPRIETORS. Saloon, BiliiarcJ and Pool Parlor FIFE MIXED DBÏÏTSS A SPECIALTY. Choice Wines. Liquors Si Clean. r AUK umoarox, u. t la^agteaiAMy t ueaKMitBa The Model Store of the 'We, <0 53 C5 I MPI# % j iilibuuui & hiL'jji.-, Wholesale and retail deaiera ia ' : b eCÂy %/j a w !0w' K' i ■ 'Jron anti Tools of all descriptions.'5 Tents, Faint?, Oils ar.d ail 3 izes of glass. ! ' j a ?!CiUS!ae< Ö II Scsi UV t cii C;| 11 Shovels, Forks, and \\ MINI ft G and CAMPIfté, Outfits complete. Tin Sheet-iron (k Copper we: A Specialty. "A* 1" Goods at Low Figures a s* Old ever on Learn our Prices before Purchasing. r bvhwh taa wifiai-/ GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE PARK AND PALACE AND MINNESOTA ADDITION, North of Machine Shops. Very desirable property for investment. AH wishing residence lots, come am! investigate for yourselves | before purchasing elsewhere, and buy only first-class property. Ik sure and do not buy property which will separate you from Hiebest part of the town, and those who have examined the Park amlPaiacol Additions acknowledge them to be far superior to all for residences.| We have already sold lots to persons who-will build immediately, m in some instances bring their families. Yv'e aim to constantly keep I bouses for sale and rent, thus to accommodate those who wish to go to housekeeping in great haste and not l aving time to bi ild. We are selling houses very cheap, and wish those who anticipate buymgj would carefully^examine ours, and see for themselves wo do not prc-J varieate. REFERENCES: A. O. Slaughter. Banker, Chicago; C. Livingstij & Co., St. Paul; Citizens' Bank. Topeka, Kan. WILLARD A. SMITH & CO., ecsm ecsm j* r r*» m ^>cL #G. B. Niblod J :\% ufacturingi ILXL. V .11 X AND— © to Si w uJLa cia e-e 1 THE BEST LIVINGSTON, M . 1 OF STOCK AND STOVES In the City is to be found at T. Chambers?: Co i On Second Street. We carry in stock Shelf and Heavy Hardware, '-if ACORN STOVES AND RANGES, FLOWS, BARBED FENCE WIRE STAMPED AND PRICED TINWARE. SHOVELS, FORKS, Ml Tab)© and Pocket Cutlery, Revolvers and Cartridges At! sizes of atteutmu to Roofing and all kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet : r««n ' u ati<1 guar ■ s, action An experience oft've in til© uusiaci-'s vrarnu 4 s u'.>* jn ^ ' a:a ■w« çjûx ijuii you. GEO. T. ■ Ol'l r?y !