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MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1833.
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Price, Ten Cents
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enterprise.
p.^y.hed c" r - r
day Sunday.
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SCUIBERS:
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ry morn::!'.'
........SCct3 per Week.
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in* a'Jvi?rtL-.*tf<
atj, rates will be given
f.>r or.e
insertion only, fifteen
or more insertions, ten
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ttEN BBOTUEKS,
t i;1 ; AL estate dealers.
•„^i-onJencesohcitPii.
Ofllce on main street.
t'EFEULEV'S
mi ESTATE AGENCY.
mu lots fur sale. Lots in Riverside
Addition.
Olilre over E. R. Dean Sc Co.'s.
SMITH,
_ATT0 RXEYATLA w —
Main Street,over Lawrence & Stuff's.
|p U T E & L i; HOY,
X T T 0 R N E Y S
AT LA W.
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of
And
dent
will
estate agents
and NOTANTES PUBLIC.
OS-con Main Street, Smith's block.
.m D. ALTON, M. D.,
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—SURGEON,—
N. P. R. R. Co.
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\7. GRANT, M. D.,
PUYSICI.VN SuitQEOW.
[Ail ai"!it and day call? promptly attended to.
OltkJ a! the Postollico.
I JOHN II. ELDER,
LAW AND REAL ESTATE,
Urge List ot Town and Farm property.
Main Street, Livingston.
DtCHANAN & SCHULTZ,
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS,
Fine Cabinet Work and Undertaking a specialty.
Ail orders promptly attended to.
PLn-arul speriiifations for all kinds of build
up furnished on sinnt notice. Givens a call.
Main stcet, Livingston.
j II. BID LONG,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Office on Main Street,
IUYINGSTON, - - MONTANA
Bank of Livingston.
STEBBINS, MUND & CO.,
Liringston,
Transact**
GENERAL banking
.Montana
BUSINESS.
Üsdungp on all the principal cities of tlie
United States and Europe.
Merest Allowed ox TIME DEPOSITS.
J "Mions made a specialty. Correspond
solicited. .
ASSOCIATED BAXKS.
t?hh )ns Mund Ä Co , Miles Citv.
«•wobins, Maud .y Co.. Millings.
Mv i,.n, S v 1 ' M,is > Conrad A Co.,''Buffalo. Wyo'g
rctiwts National Bank, Dendwood, D. T.
»w.Mtns Mund Fox, Central, D. T.
otebbins, Fox <Jt Co , Spearlish, D. T.
A. L. LOVE, Cashhr.
1 National Bas
0F LIVINGSTON, MONT.
'"Coital, .
$220,000 OO
60,000 oè
®äiE3 Bod® ddä gold on oil parts of
% World.
Collections Made,
Aûd Baking busines* promptly
Mteiided to.
OWIOEKS: ,
i'aTrf'nr D E • Fof} ARTT, Vice Free.
'^üWaed, Cuihier.
.i ercan the National Bank,
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Gallatin County, M. T.
Is 'Y^' w ted on the National Parte Tt/rilroad. twenty-right
mdes from Livingston and. about the same distance ft oni
tte National Park. At this point the'Northern Pa a fie
ynlroad company «re. building a Pep t, &ct on House
1 1 a ter- hank. Etc., and many other substantial improve
merits are going on. The town is indu sed by the railroad
eovi puni (, leho oten a one-half interest in tue sa me. and
(wit do al rntheirpywerto furtheri-sin crest's Thelanch
st
s
and in the place itself /hrijt, energy and inttl agence are
to be found among its citizens. ihe Vi Hard Mining Co's
claims adjoin the town on the east, The Gold and Silver
bearing quartz manes in Emigrant G a Ich are very rich, as
are the Placer mines. Coal mines within one mile of the
town are bid ill rigorously worked; and iron, IJaneand
Hand stone abound. Bei ore the town was platted, lumber
was on the ground f r a runnier of buildings, and before
the town iras ent irely surveyed buildings were in course
of construction . y
THE TOWN IB YOUNG YET !
And thereby affords opportunities for securing lots at low figures,- and we feel confi
dent that the constant and increasing demand for the same will advance prices from
twenty-five to fifty percent, within a short time. Full particulars, prices and plats
will be furnished upon application to
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LISBON, Dakota.
LIVINGSTON, Montana.
^'LIVINGSTON OFFICE ON MAIN STREET.^
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FCSTOFFIOE
U G 8 TO R
a/s-;
ght St Bartlett, Props.,
Dealers in
Drugs , Medicines , Faints, Oils, Bocks, Stationery, Etc.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day and night. Main street, Liviugston.
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23TJ1T ITOTTPL
FANCY GROCERIES
JxOT TKEE3!
Peoples' Caslh. O-rocez^,
DONOVAN k Co. Main St.
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Just Received,
The Latest styles and Fash
ions of
and Winter
Clotliing!
Eine G ents' Dress Suits,
arranted
U ll m ~ ^^
pricee and
In great variety;
est in style,
quality, at
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en
ed
to
by
Returned Tourists.
Last evening the following honora
hie party returned from a visit to the
National Park; John S. Fillsbmy, ex
governor of Minnesota; Loren Fletch
er, speaker of the legislative assembly
of the same state; C M. Loring, an
alderman and prominent citizen of
Minneapolis; A. J. Edgerton, chief
justice of Dakota; A. Richmond, of
Btiff.tlo, N. Y., and J. P. Story, of
Waukesha, Wis. They were of the
Villard party, and stopped off the re
turning Ira n last Wednesday morn
ing for their trip to the Park. They
are stopping at the Merchants.
MONTANA NEWS,
s
A. Devine of the Billing Herald,has
gone east.
A Chinaman in Missoula has the
leprosy.
Blaine Walker, a Helena newspaper
reporter, is at the point of death.
Viilard did not give the people of
Miles City an opportunity to entertain
him.
J. II. Ming has bought the Cosmo
politan hotel in Helena. Abercrombie
it Chew stpll hold the lease.
Among the names of the new streets
laid out in the Bismarck capitol addi
tion appears Montana avenue.
J. II. King, of Billings, one of the
)ld-tiiners of Eastern Montana, lub
just married Miss Ash, of the same
place.
Sen ; tor Vest and delegate Maginnis
will go north from Benton to the Ca
nadian Pacilie and take that road for
St. Paul. '
Jack Hams, who killed George Gas
ton ;uul wounded another man at Lit
tle Missouri, has been arrested and is
now in Miles City for examination.
A lunatic named Solomon Cohen,
was picked np near Deer Lodge a few
days ago arid to sent the asylum. He
is from New York where his wife and
I
children live.
Last Friday evening, at Anaconda,
William Iveefe, aged twenty, shot and
-willed John O'Neil, aged fourteen.
Both boys bad been drinking and it is
claimed that the shot was accidental.
A greater part of the Piegan and
Blackfeet reservations, north of the
Missouri, are to be thrown open to
settlement by the terms of the In
dians' agreement with Vest and Ma
ginnis.
Smith & Elliott have driven in 3,000
head of Texas cattle north of Dris
coll's range in the Little Missouri
country, They left Texas in May
with 15,000, anti sold all but 3,000 on
the road up.
\ company has been formed with a
apital of $20.000 for the purpose of
erecting building, machinery, etc., for
furnishing steam power and elect! icity
for electric lights, steam for heating
buildings, etc., in Helena.
A banker and mine owner of Butt p
and two capitalists of Omaha, and
some others,' representing a capital of
$3.000.000 or more, have secured all
that is desirable of Shoshone Falls,
and the property is to be improved at
once.
A number of enterprising citizens
of Miles City jumped a portion of the
Fort Keogh reservation the other
night and began staking off lots in an
ticipation of the indefinite time when
government should declare it open.
No one seems to know what started
this sudden move, but it will probably
result m nothing.
At the recent session of the district
court at White Sulphur' Springs, two
divorces were granted, J. J. Bowles
was found guilty of an attempt to
commit murder, and sentenced to sev
en months in the Territorial prison,
and Henry Lee, a Chiuaman, convict
ed of the murder of Sam Lee, another
Chinaman, at Maiden, was sentenced
to be hanged Feb. 5, 1884.
NEWS NOTES.
in insur
in
A party of peasantry are
lection in Austria.
Yellow fever Is less prevalent
Guaymas, Mexico. „ ;
A hundred persons were poisoned
by the use of canned meat at the Con
necticut state prison.
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the
ex
an
of
of
of
the
re
of
Passenger rates between Chicago
and Louisville are now down to one
dollar.
"Work on the capitol building in
Bum »rck goes forward night and day.
Electric lights are used.
A negro was lynched in Columbia,
S. 0. for outraging a girl twelve years
old and stabbing her sister.
Two men bought a quart of bitters
at Quincy, 111., in lieu of whiskey and
drank enough of it to kill them from
the effects of the drugs it contained
Ed. Short of Whi fern ore, Texas,
killed his step father in 1875. He left
the country and remained away till
a few days ago, when he returned and
was arrested.
Geo. llyan, a ten year old boy con
nected with Barrett's circus, died at
Effingham, Ills., from the effect of a
fall received while trying to turn a
double somersault.
Herbert Boot, president of the
National bank at Valley City, Dakota,
is under arrest for perjury. He has
been principal in a great deal of civil
and criminal litigation of late.
In St. Louis a drummer named Rich
ard Whalen, fired a shot on the stage
of a variety theatre at one of the ac
tresses upon whom he was hopelessly
mashed, and then shot himself dead.
Hamilton, a cadet in the Washing
ton military academy, has been dis
missed for conduct unbecoming an
officer and a gentleman. Kerne, an
other hopeful of the school, has been
suspended. *
Gen, Winfield Scott Keys of Cali
fornia, has applied for a divorce from
lus wife on the ground that she is the
wife of another man. She denies it.
Scott was divorced from a former wife
in order to marry her as she is ravish- *
ingly beautiful.
In the Chicago Board of Trade a
weather report stating that the indi
cations were of frost liable to injure
corn was tom down, and corn
declined when in the nature of things
it should have advanced. That is a
new dodge on the part of the bears.
The annual report of the Northern
Pacific company for 1883 shows the
gross earnings $7,855,458; increase,$2.
425,153; expenses, $5,336,929; increase,
$1.744.089: net earnings. $2,518.529;
increase, $661,064;. Receipts from
land sales and miscellaneous sources,
$9.476,024. The earnings of the ex
press company were $227.729; expen
ses, $85,494; net earnings, $142,234.
ses, $85,494; earnings,
Wagner, the Composer.
Wagner was Dot a rapid or regular
worker, though lie used to say that he
was always composing. Moat of his
poems had been written when Im wa*
young, which accounts for the rough
liewing of the verses, and he was wont
to recite passages of them to himself as
he went out for his afternoon's walk,
accompanied by his two Newfoundland
dogs. Walking, lie would seize tune3
floating through the air, "now like
mists, now like swarms of bees buzzing
on the wing, now like legions of sing
ing gnats" (this is what he writes in his
unpnblished autobiography), and try to
make them settle on his verses "as on a
mirror." When he was at Bayreuth I,o
had a favorite walk, leading to the her
mitage—the boudoir or sulking house
of the Electors of Bavaria in old-n
times, when their Serene Highness,
tired of beei and politics, would take to
metaphysics and French wines for a
change. Over the two miles of road
lying between Bayreuth and this retreat
Wagner could ream undisturbed, for
the little Franconian peasant boys ned
girls who saw him from afar would
nimbly skip out of his way, having
heard from their parents that the aifa-'rs
of Germany would somehow get out of
joint if they disturbed the great man in
his meditations.
Renan on Death-Bed Recantations.
What would be a source of desolation
to me would be to have to go through,
one of those periods of disintegration
in which a man who has had strength
and virtue is but the shadow and t'm
wreck of his former self, and of bn, to
the delight of fools, destroys the labor
ious structure of his life. Such an old
age is the worst gift the gods can con
fer upon man, and if such a fate be in
store for me, I protest b«forotund
against the weaknesses which softe Pg
of the |8raifl might induce me to com * t:
or subscribe. It is Renan sound i.v
bmp and heart as I now ana, not Resun
half decomposed by death, as l should
lae were I to mo' der slowly oat of ex
istence, whom I wiih
and believe. I profit
p uliate beforehand
w ich the darkness pf
might wrest from
naL
!e to
hear
and re
eraie*
hour

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