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THE • DAILY ENTERPRISE
Published every day except Sunday.
BRIGHT & HENDRY, : Publishers.
LIVINGSTON, M. T„ SEPT. 5, 1883.
Delegate Maginnis publishes in a late
issue of the Helena Independent a letter
addressed to his late political opponent,
Alex. C. Botkin in which he informs that
gentleman that in the matter of the pend
ing election contest he shall take no evi
dence. but is content to abide by the de
cision of Congress upon the testimony
produced by Botkin. He has learned
from ills attorney who attended the exam
inations conducted by.Mr. Botkin, that the
latter failed to impeach any single voter
and is therefore content to go before Con
gress without any testimony in rebuttal.
Marshal Botkin replies through the col
umns of the Herald in a letter which im
peaches Major Maginnis of every elect or
al offence in the catalogue, and while admit
ting liis doubts regarding the possibilities
of unseating the delegate by vote of the
House of Representatives, challenges him
to appear before a public audience to dis
cuss and decide the question of who is en
titled to be the delegate from Montana. It
is not at all probable that any such arrang
ment will be entered into by Major Ma
ginnis. No one w ould expect him to sub
mit so important a matter to the decision
of a heterogeneous audience. The law s of
the United States provide a method for
the final settlement of the question aud in
justice to his supporters, Magi ms has no
right to depart therefrom for a decision.
With all due respect for the two gentlemen
we cannot but consider it in poor taste
lor either of them to parade their names
in the public press in a correspondence
which is apparently personal. The day
when mutual recrimination will count in
the public mind is, if ever, at election sea
sons but not just at present.
MONTANA NEWS.
Forty-six real estate sales were
made in Helena in August, aggregat
ing $8'J,095.
Don 0. Spaulding's house and farm
buildings, on Meadow creek, Madison
county, were burned last Thursday
morning.
Black Hills papers say that the
cattle drive this year is ahead of any
thing known before in the history of
the west.
At Pioneer last week the wife of a
man named Wm. Downey took their
two infant children and eloped with a
scamp named Philip Johnson.
Large fleets of prairie schooners sail
through Yankton daily, with their
crews westward bound, many of them
coming to Montana and the far west.
One or two young men, strangers,
camped in Ruby valley last week on
their way to the National Park and
one of them was accidently shot with
his own revolver. It is feared that
lie cannot live.
At the Big Hole battle ground the
bones of the soldiers and Indians are
bleaching on the surface of the ground
and it issuggested that a government
appropriation for their burial would
have answered a better purpose than
the erection of a monument.
Chateau county proposes to be large
• ly represented at the Territorial fair
and has appointed a committee to see
that her exhibit is well displayed.
They also propose to have a medicine
talk with President Villard about
building a branch of the Northern Pa
cific.
The cattle men along Stinking
Water have raised $750 towards a
bridge across that river, and wii
maka it 81,000. The Northern Pa
cific will only contribute $500. and
Billings will have to give the remain
ing $500. The object in building the
bridge is so that Wyoming cattle may
be brought to the Northern Pacific for
shipment east.
Cal fee 's views of the National Park
aud other exquisite bite of Montana
s *enery are, it is said, to be exhibited
in Montana, on the Pacific coisfe, and
u the eastern states during the com
Ing fall and winter. A gentleman
ton vendant with Montana's history
wiil accompany the exhibition and
lecture upon the country. Harry Horr
will furnish the chin music, it is un
durefood.
day a train on the North
the gido of
to
body of a young squaw, whose neck
was incircled by a blood red handker -
chief, giving it the* appearance of be
ing covered with blood. On stating
that she wanted to kill herself, the
kind-hearted conductor took her on
his train and carried her to the next
station, five miles distant. When she
stepped off the train lier despair left
her. and applying her outstretched
thumb and finger to lier nose, she ex
pressed the opinion that an Indian
squaw was a heap smarter than the
pale-faced brave who owned the
smoke wagon.—Dillon Tribune.
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PIONEER
Harness Î
Main Stp.eet, Opposite Bank.
Wholesale and retail dealer and manufac
turer or
HARNESS, SADDLES.
Riding Saddles, Side Saddles, Pistols, Hol
sters, Horse Collars. Spanish Bits, Riding
Bridles aud Mexican Spurs.
California Saddles
A specialty. Round and Flat Bridle Fillings,
Ivory aud Horn Martingale Rings, etc.
Repairing Done on Short Notice.
COWBOY OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
EBNEST GOETTLICH,
Proprietor.
BON - TOIST
RESTAURANT.
MRS. GEO, MA0SE, - Proprietress.
SECOND STREET,
mot
$>f
■I
OPEN DAY AND NJTQHT.
Dining Room Neat and Inviting. The Table is
well BQppiied with all the delicacies
of the Season.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given to all parties who rive
dances at which liquors, wines or cigars are sold
that they must pay a license of
Ten Dollars.
for each dance so given or they will be prosecuted
to the full extent of the law. Sneh license must he
*
paid In advance, before the dance commences, to
the undersigned at his office in Livingston, M. T.
GEORGE W. METCALF,
Depntv Treasurer and Collector for Gallatin
coauty, K. T
METROPOLITAN
SAMPLE ROOM,
Main Street, Livingston.
Fine Bar î
Choicest of Wines,
[KS
-
O FFICE OF
"THE STAG."
The Fiuest Whiskey in the Country.
Everything on Ice. <
ilaia Street, - - Livingston, Montana.
T. K. MAYO'S
«AL PÂBL0RS
Main Street, opposite Postoffice,
A re the f^osiEiegamly Furnished
in the West.
None Bit Expert fermen Emjiojsd
üy Finest stock of Barber supplies
in Montana. 1
HEALTH OFFICE!
BE. TIPPLE, Proprietor.
GARDINER, M.
Keeps the Choicest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars in the City. When Going
to the Park
GIVE
A CALL.
XH
PltOPEIETOTl OF TIIE
" B RU 58WICK "
SAMPLE ROOM.
THE FINEST
A
Of lîqiKjrs and Cigars, Cincinnati, St. Louis and
•Mihvauiri o Leer Constantly on Uand. A
Re.adi.'i!' - Hoorn in connection with
the late payers always on lile.
MIXED DRS.MKSA SPECIALTY
MAIN ST., LIVINGSTON.
OYSTEJ
ESI'
MAUT STEEET, LIVEÎGSTOKT, M. T.
a
Vleafs at ail Hours.
The Table is Supplied with the Best the
Market Affords.
LIBERAL TERMS TO WEEKLY GUESTS
THIBÄDEAÜ & BÜFJ30I. Mors,
TR I-WEEKLY STAGE
-FROM
Big Timber to Pvlariinsdale.
Springs, Fort Benton, Barker Mines, Mussel
shell and Judith Basin Countries
5^"Good stock and accommodations en
route. GEORGE M. HATCH,
Proprietor.
Also Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Confectionery
$>f every variety, and Fishing Tackle.
Eeep on sale all the latest
Daily, Weekly & Monthly Papers,
CHROMOS, BOOKS, STATIONERY,
Msdn Street,
Livingston.
BILLIARD
IÂE0R MB SAMPLE ROOM!
* Opposite the Depot. rJ
The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Finest Amusement Resort in Town.
Osill £>©€5* Xj s.
BANK EXCHANGE !
Higgins & Hanley,
PROPRIETORS.
Saloon, Billiard and Pool Parlor
firs mixed prims as
t
ice
Iquors ft Cigars.
Store of the ^
so
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Urn
Wholesale and retail deuloru iu
■60 s
(wet
li • j
? Nai!* Iron, and Tools of all aescriptioas.;
Tents, Paints, Oils and al. |
3ize£. of glass.
I B u I ! d e rs ' H a r d vva re
Shovels, Forks, and
MINING and CAMPING
i
Outfits complete, i
Tin Sheet-iron & Copper work
I
A Specialty.
"A V Goods at Low Figures
li
"P.
A.*L9 U I/» v'J e.
2 ever on Deck
Learn our Prices before Purchasing.
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GENERAL AGENTS FOR TIIE
AND PA
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AND ™
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NNESOTA ADDITION, *
North of Machine Shops. Very desirable property for investment.
Ail 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 Palace
Additions acknowledge them to be far superior to all for residences.
We have already sold lots to persons who will build immediately, and
iu 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 haste and not having time to build. Wears
selling houses very cheap, and wish those who anticipate buying
would carefully examine ours, and see for themselves we do not pre
varicate.
REFERENCES: A. 0. Slaughter. Banker, Chicago; 0. Livingston
& Co., St. Paul; Citizens' Bank, Topeka,'Kan.
A. SMITH & CO.,
'---- '-H
G. B. Niblod
Manufacturing
-AND
35 ô©ape.lriiig!|
LIVINGSTON, M. T.
BEST STOCK OF
■AJXED stoves
Iu the City is to be found at
:C0S|
On Second Street. We carry instock Shelf and Heavy Hardware, the Celeb ** 1 * 1
ACORN STOVES AND RANGES
PLOWS, BARRED FENCE WIRE
STAMPED AND PRICED TINWARE,
' SHOVELS, FORKS, MINERS ül I
T^le and Poeket Cutlery, Revolvers and
uÆZ «.* * attention to Raiding and all kinds'
•ndgaar.i-G. tf*etion
vrarr
we can
tvidges. At! sizes of Glajf-.
Copper and Sheet iron bor*.
perience of twenty years
us in saying that
jou.
S T. CHAMBERS & c0 '

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