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O. THE DAILY EPRIS juj 1 uli VOL. I. NO. 202. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28, 1884. Price, 10 Cents THE DAILY ENTERPRISE. Publistml every (lav except Sunday. WEIGHT & ÏÏSND3Y. : Publishers. LIVINGSTON, M . r IL JAN. 28, 1884. TEEMS OP SÜBS0RIPTI0N. One Year, by mail......................... ^ Sis Months, by mail................... -••• ' Jjv rhree Mouth«!, ny mail.................... « 00 TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: ' ttv Carrier, everv moraine;.........hUcts per Week. Sin-let ............................vv 10 ^* For 2d Copies or more.................. ,,ct6 eat "• ADVERTISING KATES: For standing advertisements, rates will lie given ^\oci1 f » 4 MÜces for one insertion only, fifteen ; ,;i p,,Tr P.r twa ... lom-nion., ten rents per line ear li- _ A I.LKN BROTHERS, REAL ESTATE DEALERS. G or res pon den oe solicit(\l. Office on main street. || T. CE PE RLE Y REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE. RIVERSIDE ADDITION. Correspondence solicited. OÄce on Main Street. Jj A . S M L T If, -ATTORNEY at l a w — Offioe oit I? street, lfabiiigton Kous . |p RYE A LeROY, ATTORNEY'8 AT LAW. iEAL ESTATE AGENTS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. OfBra ok Main Street, Smith's block. ■ D. ALTON, M. D., —SURGEON,— N. P. R. R. Co. n vr GRANT, M. I)., PursiciAJt usd Slr&eos. All night and day '•alia promptly attended to. Offico at the .Poateöice. U H. BUD LONG, 'justice of the peace, Olfice on Alain Street, LIVINGSTON, - - MONTANA. SEW A U D, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Office over Lawrence & StulTs hardware, Main Street, Livingston, M. T. I) ! k RS. CAMPBELL & PERIIY, « Phthicuss aku Surgeon«, OfRce at Campbell A Merrill's drug store. »R. W.n.A CAMPBELL. DB. D. D. PEUKY. Saeoad Street, Livingston, M. T. J M. EDMUNDS, SURGEON DENTIST. Offloe over Douglas & Weiriek's drug store. ParK Street, Livingston. — THE — Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway is the short line from St. Paul and Minneapolis, via La Crosse and Mil waukee, to CHICAGO and all points in the eastern States and Canada. IT IS THE ONLY LINE Under one management between St. Paul and Chicago, and is the finest equipped railway in the Northwest. IT IS THE ONLY LINE Running Pullman Sleeping cars, Palace Smoking cars and the finest Dining cars in die world, via the famous RIVER BANK ROUTE, Along the shores of Lake Pepin and the beautifnl Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains connect with thus« of the northern lines in the grand Union Depot at St. Paul. NO CHANGE OF CARS Of any class between St. Paul and Chi cago. For through tickets, time tables, and full information apply to any coupon sicket agent in the northwest. .j S. S. Merrill, A. V. H. Carpenter. General Manager. Gcnl Pass. Agt J. T. Clark, G. IT. Heafford, •Gpul Supt. Ajsst Gcnl Pass. Agt j Milwaukee, Wis. W. H. Dixon, General Nor^iw<*stj&rn Pa^ aenger Agent. St. Paul. Minn. , **. NNABAR GALLATIN COUNTY, M. T. Is Situated at the Terminus of the National Park Brauch of the N. P. R.R. seven miles north of the Mam moth Hot Springs, one mile from the National Park line on the wst bank of the Yellowstone River. A Warran 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 loth books will be open to those wishing to ob tain Title to Lots. No one wishing to invest in Town Property can afford to loose the present opportunity, ow ing to the Liberal policy of the Company relative to Price and Terms of Payment. 2he Surrounding Country abounds in COAL equa.l to the Bitumuous Coal of Pennsylvania, making this an excellent point fo.r Smelting Works , for the Bear Gulch and Cla rk's Fork Mines, where smelting ore is inexhaus tible. East of CINNABAR is a vast Grazing country , affording excellent facilities tor Stock Raising . The Lands lying north and south along the Yellowstone Val ley are exceedingly fe tile, mountain streams affording ample water for all irrigating purposes, ihaking it a, de sirable country for those wishing to engage-in Agricul tural Pursuits. » i Particulars, Price and terms of Payment furnished upon application to PARK IMPROVEMENT CO., YellowStone National Pari V. FIRE WOOD Out by Steam to Any Length. PULI 1 28 Cubic Ft. ALSO Wood û Length _A_T 2d St., opposite Goughnour's. FIRE m v no , The Fire at Muir City. Special Telegram to tlie Daily Enterprise. Mum City, January 28.—The fire / hereon Thursday burned four build lags as follows: One belonging to A. Hart, occupied as a saloon and board ing house, one to D. C. Driscoll, occu pied as a saloon, one to Lindquist used as a store room. The other two were vacant shacks. Judge Conger Reinstated. A private dispatch from Virginia City states that the news lias been re ceived there that the president has re instated Judge Conger. The judge's many friends in Montana's old-time capital held a grand jollification over the 'welcome news. — Independent, 27 th. Minnesota Prison Burned. A Minneapolis dispatch of Saturday says: Early this morning a fire broke out in the state prison at Stillwater and in spite of all efforts, all the buildings were destroyed. All the prisoners, including the Younger brothers, were taken out and placed under strong guard in the yard. The building and all the property belonged to the state. All the valuable papers were saved. The militia |company was called out and assisted in the re moval of the convicts. One convict was overlooked and left locked in his cell, but was rescued before the flames readied him. V. The Bullion Railway. A St. Paul dispatch of the 26th says: I). E. Fogarty is in tins city, en route from Livingston, M. T.\ to New' York, to perfect ariangements to get surveyors in the field for the Bullion railway, from Cinnabar, near the National Park line, to Clark's Fork. Work will be begun as soon as a party can be secured, as the weather is mild in the mountains and it is de sirable to get the work under way as quickly as possible. Among the prominent capitalists interested are Jay Cooke, J. E. Thompson, the Pennsylvania Railway company, and others known in the political as well as the financial world. The San Francisco Examiner of the 14th iast. publishes an exceedingly strange stoiy, which, if true, makes the circumstances perhaps the most tragically romantic that eyer occurred in California. It is to the effect that a young and accomplished woman of the town, known as Molly Dinsmore, recently died in that • city, among whose possessions there were some valuable diamonds. A plot was eon cocted to rob her body after burial, and among those engaged in it was one George Morris, a former "lover" of hers. One night the grave was opened, and Morris took from the girl's neck a locket, in which was a slip of paper, which he read'by the light of a match. It was a newspaper notice of the giU's birth, and gave him the information she was his own sister. Morris went mad on the spot, and is now an inmate of the Napa asylum. Here is a plot enough for a first class drama. He Made a Mistake. The boys are telling a rare joke on a young gentleman whose manly form is wont to adorn the office and yards of the Montana Lumber Company. A lew evenings since he went to the stable to extract the lacteal fluid from the udder of the female of the bovine species- in short, to milk the cow. It was a little dark but he was used to the situation and boldly entered the stall, pail in hand. "Bossy" did not seem as accommodating as usual, and he used much soothing language and conciliatory epithets to induce a more quiet disposition. When this failed he gently stroked the animal's nearest leg for a moment, w hen he became conscious of something un usual in the- contour and general feel ing of the limb. He struck a match to investigate the phenomenon when lie suddenly discovered that a mule had been stabled in the cow's accus tomed place, and that upon the mule he had been lavishing all his a.rts. Of George's feelings or language after the discovery no record exists, but in telling the story 'tissaid that the mule shortly afterward died < of nrtntâ Sea - tion at being mistaken for a cow. it in a fire A. two re re THE LATEST NEWS. to Ex-Governor John Reicher of Vir ginia died at Lexington on Saturday. Near Elgin, Ills., Wm. Combs r early murdered his wife and then killed himself. Thirteen children broke through the ice near Berlin, Prussia, and were drowned. It is understood that the office of assistant surgeon general of the army will be abolished. Frank De wait, defaulting president of the First National bank of Lead ville, was arrested at El Paso, Texas. A court martial has been ordered to meet at San Antonio , on February 4, to try Captain A. .8. Keys, who is charged with duplication of pay ac counts. Fifty-nine bodies were taken from the Crested Butte mine in Colorado, which exploded. The bodies were blown in pieces and so horribly man gled that they were unrecognizable. Robert Harris, president of the Northern Pacific railway, appeared before the senate committee of public lands and made an argument against the forfeiture of the Northern Pacific railroad land grant. Gucero, a Mexican who accompanied the sheriff in his chase after Big Dan Dowd, one of the Bisbee murderers in Arizona, was found hanging to a tree 1 , his body riddled with bullets. This is supposed to be the work of Dowd's friends. In the case of Wells, Fargo & Co., vs. Oregon Railway & Navigation company, involving the right of the former to send their express matter in charge of their pursers over the lines of the latter, Judge Deady, of the L T . S. Circuit court, in Portland, decided in favor of Wells. Fargo & Co. Col. Emile Nuneza, a former officer in the patriot army of Cuba, but late ly an exile to America, was arrested a few days ago by the Cuban military au thirties and forcibly removed from an Au erican vessel in a Cuban harbor. He had gone to Cuba with out a pass port to settle some business affairs. The grand jury at Lincoln, Ills., have completed their labors and found a true bill of indictment against 0. A. Carpenter, charging him with the murder of the girl Zora Burns. Car penter was out on $10,000 bail, but the court declare the offense not baila ble and remanded Carpenter to the custody of the sheriff, w ho conducted him to jail. Chinese New Year. On Saturday at 4 o'clock p. in. the great Chinese feast of the New Year began. This is called in their lan guage "QuonEn," and is the anni versaiy of the accession to the thron« of China of Fook Hee, the first king or emperor. Yesterday dated thebe ginning of the year 5126 in the Chi nese chronology. The holiday season, where carried to the fuil extent, lasts seven days, each being celebrated in an especial nninner consisting mostly of feasting upon the peculiar Chinese luxuries. A visit to several of ihe Chinese establishments in Liv ingston yesterday showed that the children of the Flowery Empire were enjoying their New Year as fully as the facilities of the limited number in town would allow. 'Tables were spread with all manner of curi ous and costly Chinese delicacies, liquid and solid, of which all callers were most hospitably pressed to par take. The tables were also plentiful ly bedecked w ith colored paper care fully folded and embellished w r ith Chinese characters understood to be greetings in the nature of New Y"ear cards. These peculiar people regard it as a species of religious duty to cel ebrate their New Year, and upon that day all are supposed to be of equal dignity and equally entitled to share in the holiday feast. Birdseye Views of Livingston May be obtained at the Enterprise office at $1 each or less for quantities. These views are lithographed on a flue quality uf paper, 18x26 inches in siz<. Th y will make a beautiful and most, acceptable present to friends living at a distance, and to secure their gpperai> distribution we place them at this low mice.