THE DAILY ENTERPRISE.
Published every day except Sunday.
HEIGHT & HENDBY, : Publishers.
LIVINGSTON, M.T., AUGUST 81,1883.
Yesterday's issue o f the Bozeman Cour
ier contains a lengthy editorial advocating
a concert of action between Livingston
and Bozeman in all important enterprises
and taking as its text "in unity there is
strength''. Our readers will be greatly
interested in its perusal and for their ben
efit we shall reproduce it in to-morrow's
issue of the Enterprise. We trust that
its suggestions will receive the attention
Is anything special to be done by Liv
ingston on the afternoon of Sptcmber 6th,
when the four trains bearing the selection
from the nobility of America, England
and Germany halt at our depot? It is
special opportunity and should not pass
unimproved. Livingston is a child of the
Northern Pacific, and though now, per
haps. out of leading strings, should not
forget its parent. Henry Villard has by
his orders to those in charge of his great
property evinced a desire to see every
thing along the line put on its most
pleasing appearance for the eyes of his
mstinguished guests. This feeling on his
part is right and proper, not only in jus
tice to himself, but for the credit of the
new northwest. We believe that so far
as they can conveniently do so the people
aUug the route should second his efforts,
if from no other consideration than that
of self-interest. There is no need of any
extra expenditure for the purpose. Let
the residents generally be careful that on
that day the town wears its accustomed
aspect of thrift and activity. A goodly
representation of the inhabitants would
do well to place themselves in view at
the depot. Carriages and working teams
should find business at that time on the
streets in plain view of the trains. Prop
erty owners should put their buildings
and places of business in as neat condition
as possible. If there are flags in town
they should be floated to the breeze, and
a judicious ornamentation with evergreens
will have a pleasing effect. All these
things will produce the natural, proper and
most desirable impression that we have
here in Livingston a busy, active town,
with every sign of neatness, order, and
wealth, and plenty of people enjoying
life within its boundaries. We believe
that Such a display of our every-day life
would create a better impression than any
A large number of Government
mules and horses will be sold at Fort
Assinaboine Saturday, the 1st of Sep
Billy Brown was arrested on the
Sandy last week by X. Beidler on the
charge of stealing horses. He has
been taken to Benton.
Portland, Oregon, will give a $20,
000 reception to Henry Villard and
his guests upon their a rrival there
after the golden spike ceremonies.
The Sugg brothers have just driven
into the Powder river range 10,000
head of cattle and will shortly drive
in 40,000 more.—Miles City Press.
Scotty Crawford and Black Jack
Miller, the horse thieves captured at
Cooke City a short time ago, were ex
amined at Billings and bound over to
During the last week thousands of
acres of fine timber land have been
burned over In the vicinity of Big
Porcupine creek, this county. Its
origin was the result of gross careless
ness or wilful maliciousness.
The stock growers of Wyoming are
not generally opposed to the decision
of the courts ordering fences around
government land to be removed. On
the contrary they are generally ready
to see the law stringently enforced so
that no fences will be in use*
On the 19th and 20th of September
there will be a general meeting of
Montana Baptists at Helena foir the
purpose of organizing a Baptist Asso
dation for the territory, and for the
purpose of mutual oequaintimee and
council. There aie five Baptist pas
tors in the territory and nine churches.
One of the lady
marked of Uncle Bufos: "He has a
heart as big as yeur prairies,'*—Bib
hnss JleraM. Before Unde Rufus
Ming too good over that com
refieet tbat M<
illimitable beyond like they in some
countries.—Independent. . If the lady
had com pareil the size of Hatch's
heart to the Billings townsite it would
have been the biggest kind of a send
The treasury department is receiv
ing daily credit bonds bearing assign
ments witnessed by cashiers or presi
dents of national banks, but not veri
fied by the bank seal. Heretofore the
signatures of tiie bank officers have
been certified by treasury officials after
comparison with the signatures on file
in the office of the comptroller of the
currency and known to be genuine. It
lias been decided, however, that this
practice involves too much risk, and
hereafter when the seal of the bank is
missing the bonds will be returned to
We pullish the following for the
benefit of the Billings Herald. It
was clipped from the Terre Haute
(Ind.) Gazette, and was written by the
editor, W. It. Bali, who was of the
Associated Press excursion to the
Park: Of Billings a story is told
whicn runs as follows: One of G. P.
R. James' "solitary horsemen travel
ing alone by himself " was on his way
to the town several years ago, proba
bly to see bis newly bought home.
Stopping the only man he met, he
asked where Billings was. "Billings!
Why, you are in it now," "And
where is Starr & Bullock's store?"
"Just you keep eighteen miies down
the left hand side of this avenue; its
oil the first corner." Somewhat later
a sheep herder located a homestead
ang a stream back among the foot
hills where no human habitation was
visible for miles around, but just as
he had completed bis log claim shack
he was driven off by a real estate
agent who came out to locate an east
ern man on his residence lot in an
addition to Billings which comprised
the sheep herder's homestead.
The Indian Commission,
A Sioux City dispatch of the 29th
says:—Senators Logan, Dawes and
Cameron, of the special Indian com
mission, reached Sioux City to-day
from a tour of inspection of the Mis
souri river Indian agencies. They go
hence to the Pine Ridge and .Rosebud
agencies. Tiie senators are not pre
pared to say what the commission will
recommend. They refuse to express
an opinion. Tiie Sioux are ready to
accept lands in severalty. The other
members of the commission are prose
cuting investigations in Montana.
Main Street, Opposite Bank.
Wholesale and retail dealer and manufac
Hiding Saddles, Side Saddles, Pistols. Hol
sters, Horse Collars, Spanish Bits, Riding
Bridles and Mexican Spurs.
A specialty. Round and Flat Bridle Fillings,
Ivory and Horn Martingale Rings, etc.
Repairing Done on Short Notice.
COWBOY OUTFITS A SPECIALTY
BOOST - TON
MBS. GEO. MAGEE, - Proprietress.
u?ihsstoh, - mm
OFEN DAY AND NIGHT.
O FFICE OF
The Finest Whiskey in the Country.
Everything on Ice.
Main Street, - - Livingston, Montana.
T. R. MAYO'S
Main Street, opposite Poscothee,
Are the îViostEîeganily Furnished
in the W
lone Bat Euer! Worten Employed
E;jTFinest stock of Barber supplies
in Montana. 1
DE. TIPPIE, Proprietor.
GARDINER, M. T.
Keeps the Choicest Wines, liquors and
Cigars in the City. When Going
to the Park
GIVE HIM A CALL.
J. la. KANE,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
R U N S W I C K *
Of Liquors and Ofg&rs, Cincinnati. St. Louis and
Miîwaukeo Beer Constantly otf Hand. A
Reading Room in connection with
the late pacers always on file.
MIXED DRINKS A SF
MAIN' ST., LIVINGSTON.
srr>? a UY
MAIN STREET, LIVING ST0N; M. T.
IVleais at all Hours.
The Table is Supplied with the Best the
LIBERAL TERMS TO WEEKLY GUESTS
THMBEAü & BUED0N. Proprietors.
Leaves Big-Timber (Dornlx) TUESDAY.
THURSDAY and SATURDAY, ^connecting
at Martin sdale with stages to White Sulphur
Springs, Fort Benton, Barker Mines, Mussel
shell and Judith Basin Countries
Of"Good stock and accommodations en
route. GEORGE M. HATCH,
HOFFMAN & Co.
Keep on sale ail thf/latest
Daily, Weekly & IVlonthfy Papers,
CHROMOS, BOOKS, STATIONERY,
Also Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Confectionery
of every variety, and Fishing Tackle.
LOR AND SAMPLE
Opposite the Depot.
The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Finest Amusement Eesort in Town.
Oall^ Se© TTs.
- 3 '
Higgins & Hanley,
Saloon, Billiard and Pool Parlor
FINE MIXED DEINES A SPECIALTY.
Liquors A Cigars.
The Model Store of
K ULLJMI IP— HW* *
Pahonnlr 9 . Mil00
mm. k kiiuô,
Wholesale and retail dealers? in jj
S' LJ <rs> »0 /d Vft/O F/ 5 £> j
g i d I La hb €4 e j
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Nails, Iron, and Tools of all descriptions, j
Tents, Paints, Oils and all
sizes of glass. j|
Guilders' Hardware 1
Shovels, Forks, and
MINING and CAMPINGS,
fin Shset-iron u Copper work I
A Specialty. !»
"A 1" Goods r.t Low Figures j
Sellable ever on
Learn our Prices before Purchasing.
GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE
PARK AMD PALACE
AND MINNESOTA ADDITION
North of Machine Shops. Very desirable property for investment.
All wishing residence lots, come and investigate for yourselves
before purchasing elsewhere, and buy only first-class property. Be
sure and do not buy property which will separate you from the best
part of the town, and those who have examined the Park and Paiace
Additions acknowledge them to be far superior to all for residences.
We have already sold lots to person?? 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 hast e and not Laving time to build. We are
selling houses very cheap, and wish those who anticipate buying
would carefully examine ours, and see for themselves we do not pre
REFERENCES: A. O. Slaughter, Banker, Chicago; C. Livingston]
& Co., St. Paul; Citizens' Bank, Topeka, Kan.
WILLARD A. 8 IYIITH & CO.,
SSs© G. B. Niblocl
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UVÎNGSTON, M - 1
the best stock of
In the City is to be found at
G. T. Chambers sCo
On Second Street. Wc carry in stock Shelf and Hewy Hard. .«, «1* ^
V iat .• *
ACORN STOVES AND RANGES,
PLOWS, BARLE D FENCE WIRF
STAMPED AND pfelCBD TINWARE, R
SHOVELS. FORKS, MINE*
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