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THE DAILY ENTERPRISE.
161 . LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER II, 1883. Price, Ten Cents PRICES 40° BELOW ZERO. FATHERS ! MOTHERS ! CHILDREN ! HUSBANDS ! LOVERS ! WIVES ! Remember those you Love and make Their Christmas Joyous. A GIFT IS MOT APPRECIATED FOR ITS IMTRIMSIC VALUE, BUTAS AM EXPRESSIOM OF AFFECTION. A few Dollars Judiciously Expended will make many a heart glad on the day of our Savior's Birth. Christmas dills for ill, at Prices Ranging from its to $100.00. Endless variety. Everything heart could wish or money buy. It will do your heart good to look over our enormous stock. DOUGLAS & WEIRICK ^LLES BROTHERS, REAL ESTATE DEALERS. Cor re« ponde ace solicited. Office on main street. T. CEPERLKY REAL estate, fire and life INSURANCE. RIVERSIDE ADDITION. C«rre«poDdcnce solicited. Office on Main Street. J A.IM ITH, — ATTORNEY AT LAW — OflSoe*on B street, Babington Hcus . P R T E A LiROY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. «AL ESTATE AGENTS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. Glee on Main Street, Smith'« block. D. ALTON, M. D., -SURGEON, N. P. It. R. Co. Q. W. GRANT, M, D., Physician und Surgeon. All night and day calls promptly attended to. Office at the Posioffice. J) U. BUDLONG, 'justice of the peace, Office on Main Street, UVINGSTON, - - MONTANA. ^ SEWARD, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Olce over Lawrence k Stuff's hardware, Main Street, Livingston. M. T. CAMPBELL A PERRY, PnTMClAN* AND Sl'RGEONE, at Campbell & Merrill's drug store. W.n. A CAMPBELL. PR. D D. PF.BRY. Second Street, Livingston, M. T. M. EDMUNDS, SURGEON DENTIST. °®ce over Douglas k Weirick's drug «tore. ParK Street, Livingston. New Barber Shop, M. IMO, Prop. ° ot opposite office of Daily Enterprise. Elegant . bath rooms »ifT Bank of Livingston. STEBBINS, MUND A CO., Livingston, - - Montan» Transacts a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Exchange on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Interest Allowed on TIME DEPOSITS. Collections made a specialty. Correspond ence solicited. ASSOCIATED BANKS. ebbins, Mnnd A Co , Miles City. Stebbins, Mund A Co.. Billings. _ . StHObins, Conrad A Co., Buffalo, Wyo g Merchants National Bank, Deadwood, D. T Stebbins, Mund A Fox, Central, D. T. Stebbins, Fox A Co , Spearflsh, D. T. A. L. LOVE, Cashier. First National Bat OF LIVINGSTON, MONT. Authorised Capital, Cash Capital, $«50,000 OO 50,000 OO F.rriianp Booght aM Sold on all parts of tlie World. Collections Made, And all Banking business promptly attended to. OFFICERS: 0 . u , V1 " Prefc ÄÄiÄÄÄ Bank of Minnesota, St. Paul. PARLOR Restaurant We are now located in our new quarters, eexy and rent. When in want of a First Class Heal, An Oyster Stew, Fry. ojfien in any style, J give us a call. PKICES REASONABLE. WOVLKS St JTEL ■ , .1 v - % ■ CINNABAR ! GALLATIN COUNTY, M. T., Is Situated at the Terminus of the National Park Branch of the N. P. R.R. seven miles north of the Mam moth Hot Springs, onetmile from the National Park line on the west hank of the lellowstone River. A Warra n tee Title has been obtained in favor of the Northern Pa cific Railroad'and other Capitalists, who will spare no pains in opening it to Speedy Settlement. On and after December 15th books wiU be open to those wishing to ob tain f it e to LAs . No one wishing to invest in Town Property canaff >rd to loose the present opportunity, ow ing to the Liberal policy of the Company relative to Price and Terms of Payment. Ihe Surr unding Country abounds in COAL equal to the Bituviucus Goal *f Pennsylvania , making this an excellent point tor Smelting Works, for the Bear Gulch and 1 Clark's Fork Mines < where smelting ore is inexhaus tible. East of CINNABAR is a vast Grazing country , affording excellent facilities for Stock Raising• The Lands l,, ing nor'h and so • th along the Yellowstone Val ley are exceed ugly fe dite, mountain streams affording ample water for all irrigating purposes, making it a de sirable country f^r those wishing to engage in Agricul tural Pursuits . jy Full particulars. Price and Terms of Payment furnished upon application to PARK IMPROVEMENT CO., YellowStone National Park . gPAT THE GATE OF WONDERLAND! The House Par Excellence. The Livingston Hotel LIVINGSTON. MONTANA. The Largest and Most Commodious, accommodating double the number of guests of any other hotel in the town. An excellent cuisiné; the table sup plied with all the luxuries of the season. Parlors and Rooms fitted up with all the comforts of a home, with polite and courteous attendants. Special at tention given to Tourists and Travelers, and information freely given relative to the. innumerable wonders,'ah I different routes through the Great National Park. À Free Bus attends the; arrival and departure of all Traîna. Choice Winn. .Liquors and Cigars at the Bar in connection witji the House TERMS T ö Rf5AJWmAI5f4Rr $J . AT. t i IZ, r • * • 1. », .' - a ' . / • % •> i ;« 4 *- * v ♦ . « t tMUMUf What Grinnell In Doing. J. B. Griunell, of Iowa, in conform ity with the directions of the late meeting of cattle men in Chicago, has prepared a circular showing the capi tal in the cattle and swine industry and losses on exportation consequent upon the restrictive regulations and decreased relative consumption of beef. Grinnoll finds there is invested $108,000,000 in cattle, representing 4,117,100 animals. Losses on expor tations of cattle (approximate) com paring 1882-83 with 1880-71, 155,000 animals, valued at $11,500,000. Grin nell had an interview with President Arthur on the matter, with a view to some remedy. The president is greatly interested. The heads of the treasury and agricultural departments he also found anxious to extend some aid, and will do all they can to secure the framing of laws for the consideration of congress. After consulting with the commissioner of agriculture, ex oflicia, the chairman of the committee, Grinnell, called a meeting to bé held at the U. S. department of agriculture in Washington, January 10th, 1884. He hopes that western people inter ested in the cattle interests will enlist their congressional delegotions in its behalf. A Strange Light. J. F. Hoisted, living on a ranch a few miles northwest of this city, re ports a most singular sight seen almost nightly. At a distance of about half a mile from his ranch, in the vicinity of a low, wet place, there looms a beautiful elongated light, apparently about the size of a flour barrel. It rises up about forty or fifty feet and then assumes a deep bright red and disappears. It has been regularly seen at ten minutes past seven, almost to a minute. The phenomenon has excited the greatest curiosity and interest in «41 those who have seen it, and it is the intention of Air. Hoisted to watch for it at a closer distance. Some of the knowing ones say it is an evidence of valuable mineral.—Cheyenne Loader. _ , THE LATEST NEWS. The twenty-three human skeletons recently found in Dickey county, Dak., over which there seemed| great doubt and mystery, have at last been iden tified as those of Gen. Sully'6 troop, who fell there in a battle with In dians during the Sioux war of 1862-63. The case of Proctor vs. McKenzie, involving the title to a large body of valuable town property in Bismarck, was decided in favor of defendant. Mayor Ames, of Minneapolis, is publishing a paper called the News Letter. The late trouble with cowboys at Dickinson grew out of one of them referring to an elegantly dressed youth as a dude. The youth objected to the description, and the boys boxed his ears, threw him into the street and shot his bat full of holes. Then the fun began. On Monday afternoon, as the train com ing from Mono Mills turned a curve a coyote came into view ^standing in the middle of the track, a short distance ahead. The curve in the road brought a straight piece of track ahead a couple of miles, and when the train approached the vicin ity of the coyote's wheieabouts the latter started off clown the ties on a trot, occa sionally looking hack at his iron pursuer which was thundering down upon him with a 20-mile an-hour jog. After a short trot the coyote discovered that it was not to be a trotting race if he was to have a hand in it for a much longer period, and his gait was soon quickened to a dead run. Tlie throttle of the engine was pulled out till the hair on the locomotives cylinder head stood on end, and the telegraph poles went into retirement like shadows of a nightmare's colt. Tlie haunted aspect of the fleeing animal ahead still kept a dis tance in the lead, although the train was tuned up to forty aniles an hour, and for five miles the contestants in the race kept an interested' audience aimisèd by the pro ceedings. It was a colé day for the coy ote when a section hand left à discarded overshoe between the rails, for he stubbed his toe on thé wearing apparel; and with the echo of his death yell penetrating the still afternoon, he went under, die relent tae whettoof No 1. ' »