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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE.
Published everyday except Sunday. HEIGHT & HEJTDEY, i Publishers. LIVINGSTON, M. T., SEIT. G, 1883. Tlie Schoolmaster of Our Republic. "When our republic rose. "Noah Webster became its schoolmaster, There had never been a great nation with a universal language without dia lects. The York-shireman can not now talk with a man from Corn wall. TlieV'asant of the Ligurian Apenines, drives his goats home at evening, over hills thatjlook downjon six provinces, none of whose dialeds he can speak. Here five thousand miles change not the sound of a word. Around every fireside, and from every tribune, in every field of labor and every factoryjof toil, is heard the same tongue. AYe owe it to Xoäli \\ ebster s spelling book and dictionaries. He has done for us more than Alfred did for England, or Cadmus for Greece. His books have educated three gener ations. They are forever multiplying his innumberabie army of thinkers, who will transmit his name from age to age. Only two men have stood on the new world whose fame is so sure to last—Columbus, its discoverer, and Washington its saviour. Webster is and will be its great teacher; and these three make our trinity of fame." Helena calls for plain placards on her busses and drays. Oscar Wilde's play "Yera" has prov ed a financial failure. Washington, Sept. 5. —The stand ard dollars issued during the week ending Sept. 1, 1883, aggregate 327, 497 against 423,000 for the correspond ing period last year. Boston, Sept. 5.—Resolutions were passed yesterday by the amalgamated Irish and Catholic societies of. Fall River to boycott the daily Herald be cause of the latter's refusal to print the appeal for aid in behalf of the families of the men executed for com plicity in the park murders. Washington, Sept. 5.- The navy department is in receipt of a letter from San Francisco stating that the body of a man supposed to be that of Master Putnam, the Rogers, was found in the cape Prince of Wales, Alaska, when the ice broke up in August, 1882. Florence, Ariz. Sept. 3— Redfield aiid Tuttel, who robbed the Riverside stage and killed the express messenger on the night of August 11, were hang ed this morning. Cowboy's assem bled in force and protested against the hanging. Pears are entertained that they may create trouble during the day. • Gallatin, Mo., Sept. 3.— James' trial did not proceed until late this morning. Mrs. Frank James, accom panied by her litte boy, made her first appearance this morning and took a seat at lier husband's side. The court announced that each side would be given ten hours in which to present their arguments, which permited the case tt go to the jury yesterday at noon. Judge Story's Clock. Everything alxmt the Supreme Court "at Washington ia old. The Clerk's room and the consultation rooms have old furniture, and the cast s are mode for books with given cloth inside of the glass, after the days of the Revolution. In the Clerk's rooms a great round clock Idee a Brobdingna gian watch hangs ag linafc the wall, and the legend is that Judge Story, becom ing disgusted with the difference of time displayed by the watches of his associate Judges, said: ~T v.i/1 fis a timepiece that all shall go by," and he straightway ordered fcnis from Boston. Jt was made well, and it goe* to this day as truly as it did when Aaron Rnrr 4 Daniel Webster and Salmon P. Chase set their watches by it --Cleveland Leader. Serpents, Tigers and Leopards.. ^ Some one in France lias followed up • the recent statistics concerning wild Î leasts and snakee in India, with further particulars. He says that as many as 1,000 deaths occur annually iu India irom snake-bites, and that since 3870 ii'oin 150,000 to 200,000 persons have } erished in this way. India possesses more deadly snakes than any other loa .tiy. In 1880 212,776 serpents of t-li ki? ds were destroyed, and rewards, »unounting in all to 11,663 rupees, were paid to their destroy©»*. In 1881 wild beuhts caused the death of 2.757 per* sons, as against 2,810 in 188 ), and the number of animals killed by them is enormous. Leopards »re, ho thinks the farmer's worst foe«, and tigers rank rext, but the wolves are but little lea* «U str active. In 1881 1,557 tigers and 8,Uii7 leopards were killoil. s A Lawyer Who AdveiHscd* It aeon* that there was once a lawyer in fchw Ci ".iJîf.v who was not afraid to adverii e :i;id"ho became President of the î'x.ibd Sl:tf 's. In a copy of the Lanca'1er, ! ils..) Inteliij^ncer, of laid, the ioih»n>ng card Las i ecu found: JAMES I-l CllAXAX, HAVING COMPLETED the >tu lv *<f the la« - miii'-r the ili/ection of Janies Il<q-kiiu>, Ksquirc, meals pnutieiinr ia this Ixirou^li. tie has taken :.n eftire in Easi Kins twu »lines ahn vo Mr. DinhmauS |m i and uj«i**NOteUie F.ii iiauli. LaNCASIXL, Kehruaiy 1S1U. o rH m > o Sh PH 0) 0 E !» axv m CD rH J s' m v-i © fT o • r! H m & o a f- 1 © »-H t-A u h o Ö * m Q t—i K> o ►A d , « -t-i W C3 '£ « P3 K u ö pH 0 O O A d c8 O '72 'c Eh »VI Hh H ifi 0 t —i fy* © tH a c8 PIONEER Harness Shop, Main Street, Opposite Bank. Wholesale and retail dealer and manufac turer of HARNESS, SADDLES. Riding Saddles, Side Saddles, Pistols, IIol- | sters, Horse Collars, Spanish Bits, Riding] Bridles and Mexican Spurs. ! California Saddles A specialty. Round and FlatBridleFillings, ivory and Horn Martingale R.ngs, etc. Repairing Done on Short Notice. COWBOY OUTFITS A SPECIALTY. ERNES T G OETTL , Proprietor. BON - TON RESTAURANT. MBS. GEO. MAGEE, - Proprietress. SECOND STREET, vsmwm. MONTAHA. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Dining Room No at and Inviting. The Table is well supplied with all the delicacies of the Season. NOTICE. reby given to all p* h liqnors, vvine^ or pay a license of Ten DoSSars. Notice is hereby given to all parties who eive dam es at which liqnors, wiwM or cigars are sold that they mnet pay a license of for each dance so given or they will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Such license must be paid in advance, before the dance commences, to tue undersigned at his ofiico in Livingston, M. T. GEORGE V. METCALF. Deputy Treasurer and Collector for Gallatin county, M. T. METROPOLITAN SAMPLE ROOM, Main Street, Livingston. Fine Bar and Fixtures. Choicest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. FANCY DRINKS A Specialty. MÇLKEHN k BUSBMAN, prop«. kPFICE OF ^ 'the stag." J iil(î * inest Vi idskey in the Country, ! Everything <>n Ice. j : * aia ytrcet > - - Livingaton, Montana. ! ! rnflTI , ^I *! 8 I* T. it MAYO'S II HU UUiUHII Main Street, opposite Postotfiee, Aro the IVIosiEleqantly Furnished V J in the West. Hone Ent Eussrt formen Eijloyel Finest stock of Barber supplies in Montana. 1 HEALTH OFFICE! DE, TIPPIE, Proprietor. GARDINER, T. Keeps the Choicest Wines, Liquors and CTfjuiv. in the City. When Going to the Park GIVE HIM A CALL. sX. J i. Jti J, PROPRIETOR OF THE " B R P N S AY I C K " SAMPLE ROOM, rp m v y j y e S T T WT * In a Of Liquors :u-f Milieu: '• ( ':i'rs9, Cincinnati, St. Louis and ■ ! .* <•: - * i h : ; i : t ; > i Manii. A ■••id:: . ivO. -rn p. rii!.:;w;is,n with t:. 1;.- jaipi r- always < n hie. i MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY MAIN ST., LIVINGSTON. ariTP' A RESTAURANT. MAIN STREET, LIVINGSTON, M. T. P^leals at all Hour B b. Tabic is Supplied With the Böot the Market Affords. LIBERAL TERMS TO WEEKLY GEESTS TR1BÂDEÜ ii. ipiotnuo tors. TR!-WEEKLY STAGE -FROM Sig Timber to iVlartinsd^îe. Leaver Big Timber (T)ornix) TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, ronneoting :.r .Martinklale with stages to Whit»' Sulphur Springs, Fort. Benton. Barker Mini's, Mussel shell and .Judith Basin Countries fUY'Good stock and accommodations en route... GEORGE M. llAil'lI, Proprietor. H0ÎFMÀÎT & Co Keep on saie all the latest Dally, Weekly & Monthly Papers 0 CHROMOS, BOOKS, .STATIONERY, Also Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Confectionery ot every variety,and Fishing Tackle. Main Street, Livingston. n?ir| I nnhft'd ,-îcU I- ,ah,S P mi liny, iiüüiö i> BILLIARD AFiLOH MB SAMPLE RÖQ1 Opposite the Depot The Best cf Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Finest Amusement Resort in Town. Oa.HU"«- See TTs. BANK EXCHANGE! Higgins Si Hanley, PROPRIETORS. Saloon, Billiard and Poo! Parlor FIEE HEED DEDIES A SPECIALTY. Choice Wtma, Liquor» t Clgart. PAW ML Xi The Model Store of the West, O PH o "ro r-i <3 a ks* PQ y Q p 50 fH ✓l/r> r*. ss H ' 0U90 *CC-»T* r IB*i x&X'.iyyr' mi >r,fu7 5Ù Wholesale end retail dealers m Hardware <N. O hcA SJ DO beeves, ; Nails Iron, ami Tools of all descriptions. ] Tejits, Paints, Oils and at. 12 r J2 o p sizes of glass. « 's* o © Ai SS NJ Builders Hardware] Shovels, Forks, and MINING andCAMPIJU ?| Ou tilts complote. s *to ri IS, té* rvi rk fis Tin Shsei-iron & Copper work| il A Specialty. "A 1" Goods at Low Figures iU T3 ßeliabl© ever on Learn our Prices before Purchasing. »üWjjrrJ«V r^'yrr'T r'.^'Yî g ^ a y y GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE AND PALACE ARK y o n AND MINNESOTA ADDITION, North of Macl'.ine Shops. Very desirable property for investment. j\ll 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. \T& have already sold lots to persons who will build immediately, raid in some instances bring their families. AYe 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. V r e are selling houses very cheap, and wish those who anticipate buying would carefully examine ours, and see lor themselves we do not pre varicate. ' REFERENCES : A. O. Slaughter. Banker, Chicago; 0. Livingston à Co., St. Paul; Citizens' Bank, Topeka, Kan. W Lv-r» GW" U ^ c* ÇUI LARD A. SfVliTH & CO., f äs® G. B. Niblock lYlanufacturing jff/y & •' u ///X f Aud-^ 1; ; •« f. r. -.. ;; j j-..- • ; , VrU/" ? ^ ~ « . 11 •..... > . T* ' ;• W.'.-' ii.- I ip ' r "M ' U-' ' - •''H. AND Repairing, ~W/\u LIVINGSTON, W. T. tv a. THL BESjT STOCK OF -AJSTI3 STOVES \ In the City is to he found at G. T.ChamberssCo's On Second Street. We carr* in stock Shelf and Heavy - " Hardware, the Celebrated ACORN STOVES AND RANGES, PLOWS, BARBED FENCE WTRE. STAMPED AND .PRICED TINWARE, nrTFlTd SHOVELS, KORKS, MINE5 6 ° rTI f Table and Poclcet Cutlery, Revolvers and Cartridges AH -izes of Glass. attention to Roolmg and afl kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet iron Work, and guar^ i r • * si action- An experience of twenty years . 'fiûài *— - ^ business warrants ns in saying that we can suit yop. T.C1 !ERS & 00.