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>'/■' r* ■V . . ÄÜ ' »■' : x • ' * —e THE ;■ » . /T.-:'"-^ i ? j 1 - 1 iwwg •t 4 8 ^ nés»» - USbi&A VOL. NO. 204. LIVINGSTON, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30, 1884. Price, 10 Certs THE DAILY ENTERPRISE. Pnlilirfha l every day except Sunday. WRIGHT & HENDRY, : Publishers, LIVINGSTON, M. T„ JAN. 30, 1884. TERMS OE SUBS 3 KIPTI 0 H. One Tear, by mail......................... ^ i Six Menthe, by mail....................... * YV j Three ilonthe, by mall.................... a (w TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS: j Bv Carrier, every murninç ......... 50c* 9 per w ''**■ ! Single Copy.............................j For *0 Copies or more................... jCts eA ' 1 '-. \DVERTISING RATES: | For »Unding aivertisemento, rates will be given i ^l.ocffÆes for one insertion onlv, fifteen rents per line. For two or more insertions, U.u ronts per line earh A LLEN BROTHERS, REAL ESTATE DEALERS, Correspondence solicited. Office on main street. J| T. CEPERLEY REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE • INSURANCE. RIVE It SIDE A D D I T I 0 N. Correspondence solicited. Office on Main Street. J A.8MIT II, — ATTORNEY AT LAW — Offioe on B street, Babingfon lions . p R Y K <fc LeROY, attorneys at l a w . SEAL ESTATE AGENTS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. Office on Main Street, Smith's block. lL D. ALTON, M. I)., —SURGEON,— N. P. R. R. Co. W. GRANT, M. !>., Physician und Suboeon. G. All niqht and day "alls promptly attended to. Office at the Posiotfice. jQ II. BUDLONG, 'JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Office on Main Street. LIVINGSTON, - - MONTANA. "V S E W A R D, IN. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Office over Lawrence k Stuff's hardware, Miin Street, Livingston, M. T. D lRS. CAMPBELL A PERRY, pHTflirtAH* AND SuitDEOHS, Office at Campbell & Merrill'* drug store. UK. W- H. A CAMPBELL. HR. I>. T>- PKRUY . Second Street, Liyikgstox, M. T. J M. EDMUNDS, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over Douglas k Weiriek's drugstore. Park Street. Livingston. C. W. MEAD. * Late Aset, fîngr. N P R It A. B. KNIGHT, Minin«» Engineer. •J^SIGHT A MEAD, UNITED STATES DEPUTY MINERAL SUR VEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. Office: Park Street, Opposite Passenger Depot LIVINGSTON - MONTANA Bank of Livingston. STEBBINS, MUND & CO., Livingston, GENERAL Tran parts a BANKING Montana BUSINESS. Exchange on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Intf.hbst Allowed oh TIME DEPOSITS. Collections made a specialty. Correspond ence solicited. ASSOCIATED BANKS. ebbins, Mund & Co , Miles City. Wtebbi'is. Mund A Co., Billings. Ntebbins. Conrad A Co., Buffalo. Wvo'g Merchants National Bank, DeatMood, I). T. htebhms, Mund & Fox, Central, D. T. Siebbine, Fox A Co , Spearflsb, D. T. A. L. LOVE, Cashier. it National OF LIVINGSTON, MONT. Authorized Capital, 1'aah Capital, $750,000 ©0 50.000 00 Entonne Bonshfai Sold os all parts ot tlie Worli Collections Made, And all Bau kit,^ bnsine« promptly attended to. OFFICER»: % fW% t. LivrxotTox. Pres. D. E. Fogarty, Yiee Pr«s. Fked Ward, Caahier. ^-Mercantile National Ban/ tSwÎ N * tlonal «f llliaoi*, Cbieog*» * ack oi Miesesela, Ft. Paul. CINNABAR ^ i YV j (w j ! '-. | i GALLATIN COUNTY, M. T., Is Situated at the Terminus of the National Park Brcmc/i of the JV. P. R.R. seven miles north of the Mam moth Hot Springs, one mile from the Nation'll Park line on the w st hank of the 1 ellawstone River. A Warran tee Title has been obtained in favor of the Northern Pa cifie 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 in g to the liberal policy of the Company relative to Price and Terms of Payment. I he Surrounding Country abounds in COAL equal to the Bitumuous Coal of Pennsylvania , making this an excellent point for Smelting Works , for the Bear Gulch a nd Cla rk'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 lying north and south along the Yellowstone T al ley are exceedingly fe tile, mountain streams affording amp- e water for all irrigating p urposes, making it a de sirable country for those wishing to engage in Agricul tural Pursuits. j£gf"Particul*irs, Price and terms of Payment furnished upon application to PARK IMPROVEMENT CO., YellowStone National Park. FIRE WOOD ! Principally All Rail Fir. Cut by Steam to Any Length. cobd 1 28 Cubic Ft. ALSO Wood û Length la as _A_T SLOAN'S WOOD YARD ! 2dSL, opposite Goughnrjrs. ■ V' jtfm' Iffi m - — Ï-JL » aiÆ THE LATEST HEWS. - , The Kentucky legislature still fails to agree upon a senator. Edward Bean, the largest shoe dealer in Providence, R. I., has failed. The Cleveland Paper company has as signed, with liabilities of $250,000. Reports continue of disasters by the gale in the English Channel and in the Red Sea. The republic of the island of San Do mingo wants a reciprocity treaty with the United States. The old rates on the Union Pacific and the Denver & Rio Grande have been re stored. All contracts at the cut rates are declared void. Congressman E. W. Mackey of South Carolina is dead. The house of repre sentatives adjourned one day in memory of the deceased. The jury set aside the verdict in the case against*Aggie Hill and W. M. Neil son in the celebrated Senator Sharon di vorce case. The safe in the jewelry store of E. B. Hayden & Co., New York, was broken into by burglars, and $5,000 worth of jewelry taken. Late rains in California have vastly im proved the crop prospects in that state, and the fruit yield is expected to be the largest ever grown. At Rosita, Col., a man named O. Kurtz was shot to death by Frank Williams and John Gray, miners. The tragedy grew out of a row at a dance. Sullivan failed to draw an audience in Sau Fransisco. He was hissed while sparring, and he threatened, if the hissing was repeated, to clean out the house. John B. Wood, a widely known news paper man of New York, died suddenly on Sunday. His peculiar gift in making up news reports gave him the name of "the great American condenser." A sharp rise in Northern Pacific and kindred stocks was reported from New' York on Monday. The cause ctyne from the purchase of 70,000 shares of those stocks by a syndicate who buy to hold. Dick Hollywood of New York says that Sullivan, on his return from San Fransisco, will have a call on the chal lenge of Joe Pendergast to fight any man in tiie world for from $1,000 to $2,500 a side. A substantial pledge of peace lias been offered by the Apaches at San Carlos agency in person. Fifty-five children left Wilcox on Monday on the east bound train for the Carlisle training school in Pennsylvania. J. II. Emslie, one of the best known . e g* *à i citizens of Winnipeg, shot himself in the Windsor house, St. Paul. An ante mor tem letter written by the deceased stated that he must keep the reason of his sui cide a secret. A Rosita, Col., dispatch says: Frank Williams and John Gray, who shot and killed a man named Kurtz in a saloon row. were taken from jail yesterday morning by a masked mob and hanged td the raft ers of a neighboring shanty. The passenger department of the North ern Pacific lias issued a handsome and very complete wall map. In addition to showing the full route of the road, it has attached a complete shippers' index to all points on and contingent to the Northern Pacific main line, branches and connec tions. The Coear d'Alene Fever mid Ita Effects. The Coeur d'Alene mining excite ment continue«and grows in intensity. It may be reasonably expected from the present outlook that at least 25,000 me« will rush to those mines. A great part of this number will have come from states and territories other than Montana. It may be also laid down as a fact that an overwhelming majority of those who go there willy come away empty handed after having looked fruitlessly for the glittering wealth that is reported to exist there in sud» quantities. Doubtless there is some placer gold in those mountains, but not enough for a tenth of the miners who will rush tl Quartz ledges dless good leads the sprrng. spected and >q found, a few of rich placers. Then the return trail will be taken by the disappointed ones, and new fields for prospecting and mining will be sought. Montana will coine iu for a great share of these returning Coeur d'Alene stampeelers, aid will benefit by them. Her min ing districts will be more thoroughly prospected, and new discoveries may be made. Especially may this result be expected here in Eastern Montana, where prospecting has been carried on but superficially and to a limited ex tent. Others of these disappointed ones will become settlers and a great number of them will become perma nent residents of the territory. Thus is Montana and the northwest generally to benefit by this wild Coeur d'Alene excitement. It will not result in bringing sudden wealth or competence to the stampeders, but it will at least prove a great factor in increasing the population of this coun try and developing its resources. The Northern Pacific company in encour agiug the excitement plainly show their appreciation of this fact, and merely pursue their policy of populat ing the country through which the road runs and making it productive of tralfic. MONTANA NEWS, Dillon has a First National Bank newly chartered. Yery handy, Sloan's wood. Everybody delighted with Sloan's wood. The Utah and Northern Company is cutting down its force of employee along the line from Ogden to Garri son. A word to the wise is sufficient—Sloan's wood. Those trying Sloan's wood are giving up coal. Max Beak, clerk in a Butte mercan tile establishment, was "held up" on the street and robbed of a gold watch and $50in cash. Try Sloan's wood to get np a quick Are. Sloan's wood yard 2nd street, op. Gonghnour'a The office of the engineers of the Northern Pacific construction, at Hel ena, is closed, and the engineers have gone upon a trip to the Pacific coast A tiling of beauty is a oy forever—Sloan'e woo«; No stove poking to keep a hot fire from Sloar '* wood. The reinstatement of Judge Conger, as stated by Washington dispute»©-;, means that the salary accumulated and unpaid during the period of his suspension is to be allowed him. Sloan's wood yard 2nd street op. Goughnoiir'a. At Eagle Rock, Idaho, on the 23d inst. Wm. C. Jackson and one Thomp son came m from the Teton Basin and gave themselves up for the murder of Robeit Cooper. They claim that the killing was done in self-defense. If you want wood in length try a full cord of Sloan's. The passengers passing through Dillon on the Utah and Northern are few and far between at present. Four coaches lor four passengers will not swell the treasury of any soulless in corporation very materially.—Dillon Tribune. Nearly all red fir at Sloan'*. George Kendall, a Butte man, who was out hunting was sprung upon uy a great mountain lynx that fastened its fort claws in Iris breast and sought to disembowel him with its hind feet. When first attacked he had lost his gun but retained his knife with which he was fortunate enough to strike the bi*ute*s heart before it did him serious injury. Have you tried a cord of wood, cut and split, do iivereU at your uoor.' . , Frank Sailor, alias Chaplin, con victed in November, 1882, of graud larceny (horse stealing) and sentenced to two years in the penitentiary, ap plied to the governor for pardon. The petition was referred to some promi nent citizens in the neighborhood of. his heme foira reportas to his previous character. The neighbors certified as to his penchant for horse stealing, and the governor kept him in the "pen." Cat and split wood to any size at Sloan's.. y A bill is being prepared and will be passed to provide for the erection of postoffice buildings in every town of 2.500 inhabitants. The limit of cost is. «15,000. "Eugenie, Eugenie, will yon bfciJl in- *« sist on wearing tiie hair of another } woman upon yunr head?" "Alphonse, oaso, do you sfcril insist upon w^ar the skin rf another calf upon your tetr ....... '