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Published every day except Sunday. WRIGHT & HENDRIl, % j Publishers. LIVINGSTON, M T., APRIL 22. 1884. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, by mail......................... $12 00 vis Months*, by mail....................... « 00 Three Months*, hr mail..................' g 00 TO CITY SU B.SC III BE RS : By Carrier, every evenins.........1.S3 per m ontli. ÿin^'le Copy............,.....................lOcts, For 30 Copies* or more...................5cts each ADVERTISING RATES: For standing adrertiaements, rates will be given on application. Local notices for ®ne insertion only, fifteen rents per line. For two or more insertion», ten rents* per line each. a llen brothers, A. REAL ESTATE DEALERS, "orrespondence solicited. Office on main street. ÇKPERLEY & AYRAULT, REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE. RIVERSIDE ADDITION. Correspondence solicited. Office on Main Street. J. CHAMBERLIN, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. ---A«ext roit Pauk and Palace Additoxs— Yonr correspondence solicited. Office on Park Street opposite Depot & IIENRY, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LAW office over Douglass & Weirick ? s Drug Store, on Park Street. Correspondence solicited. j A. S M I T H, — ATTORNEY AT LAW — Office on Main street, Board Trade room. D. ALTON, M. 1)., —SURGEON,— N. P. R. R. Co. Office Main street, in Dodson building opp. P. O. D RS. CAMPBELL & PERRY', ParsiClAV* AXD Scroeoxs, Office oqer Lawrence Jt Stuff's ane at Campbell & Merrill's drug store, Postoffice. DR. W. U. A. CAMPBELL. DR. ï> D . PERRY. Livixustox, M. T. A. TV KNIGHT, Mining Engineer. NIGHT A MEAD, C. W. MEAD, Late Asst. Engr. N P R R K UNITED STATES DEPUTY MINERAL SUR VEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS, rrro cean Steamship Tickets and Foreign Drafts Office: Park Street. Opposite Passenger Depot LIVINGSTON - MONTANA Bank of Livingston. STEBBINS, MUND & CO., Livingston, - - Montants Transacts a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Exchange on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Interest Allowed Collections made a specialty, »nee solicited. ASSOCIATED BAXK8. OK TIME DEPOSITS. Correspond ehbins, Mund <b Co , Miles City. Stebhins, Mund * Co., Fillings. Stsobins, Conrad «t Co., Buffalo, Wyo * Merchants National Bank, Deartwood, 1). 1. Stcbbins, Mund <fc Fox, Central, D. T. Stebbins, Fox & Co , Spearlish, D. T. A. L. LOVE, Cashier. I) E. Fogarty, Preat. D. II. Budloxu, Cash'r. The Cooke Bank, COOKE, MONTANA. Transact a General Banking Business. Buy and sell exchange on all parts of the world. Mining and general Convey ancing done with accuracy and dispatch. Legal Counsel Connected with Bank. Corrkspoxdexts:— First National Bank, Livingston; First National Bank, St. Patti; First National Bank, Chicago; Importers and Traders, New York. OF LIVINGSTON, MONT. Authorized Capital, Cash Capital, $950,000 00 50,000 00 Eishaie Bought and Sold on all parts oi tlie World. 1 Collections Made, And all Banking business promptly attended to. . OFFICERS: t'- Litixgston, Pres. D. E. Fogarty, Cashier. ConREsroNUEXT».-— Mercantile Nation* Banx £-w York : National Bunk *4 Miaow, Chicago otuik of Minnesota, St, Paul. V 00 00 00 Til is Spe.ce is Reserved. -FOU E. J. Chamberlin. Real Estate and Insurance. o <$> JAS. ENNIS & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Butchers! Game in Season, FOTTLTPLir, RANCHERS' ORDERS -81VFN PROMPT ATTENTION. Orders called for daily and delivered. BOUGHT : Ö G >?/WOOL and HIDES/V Brunswick Hotel ! M. C. MURPHY, Propr. guests « This elegantly appointed and careiully managed hotel is now ready lor the reception o sts Travelers ekirg neat and con l< ital ic rooms and a well sup] lieu table will laid themat the BRUNSWICK, opposite passenger depot, Livingston, Montana mLJi — ma unmm 4 v 7> J PEASE'S OLD STAN J, Feed And Sale Stable. TOURISTS CARRIED TO ANY PLACE. The Cheapest and Best Equipped Liver,, in Town. V. E SNYDEIl, P. op. 0 0 The First Telegram of the .Season tram the Park Une Brings Important News. Special Telegram to the Daily Enterprise. ^Cinnabar, April 22, 1884.—Cin nabar sends spring greeting. Parties just arrived from Cooke City report very rich discoveries at that point. Great excitement prevails there and people are leaving here bound for the mines to get a share in the new dis coveries. MONTANA NEWS. An effort is being made to secure, daily mail service between Benton and Billings. It is believed|that there are not ©ver seventy of the pioneers of 1862 resid ing in Montana now. About onehundred lodges, embrac ing about fivehundred Grows, have been removed to the Big Horn valley, but for this year the agency at Still water will remain the head-quarters of the tribe. The demurrers against the attach ment of Geo. R. Newall &, Co., and II. G. Harrison & Co., of Minneapolis, and Auerbach. Finch & VanSlyck, at tachment suits and other similar suits, all in tiie cases against C. W. Savage & Co., of Miles City, were overruled in the district court at that place. Hon. W. Y. Pemberton, of Butte, who has just returned from the Coeur d'Alene mines, talks discouraging! y of the new diggings and says that Thompson Falls is full of men who have not the means to buy a square meal. There are hundreds of such unfortunates. Many people are leav ing the town disappointed. The trip to Eagle City is full of hardship and danger and tiie real estate excitement, he says, is all over from one end of Pritchard gulch to the other. He thinks the quartz interest wiJFbe good in a few years. Northern Pacific Official Changes. A. L. Stokes has resigned his posi tion as assistant general freight agent of the Northern Pacific and has taken the position, of general freight and pas senger agent of the Oregon Railway & Navigation company. A. D. Edgar, lately appointed general eastern agent of the Northern Pacific at New York, lias been appointed assistant general freight agent in charge of the Pacific division, with headquarters at Port land. George II. Fetch, recent con tracting agent of the road, takes Mr. Edgar's position at New York. These changes take effect May 1st. Hoard of Trad«. The board of trade met last evening with E. Gotighnour. by request, in the president's chair. The minutes of last meeting were read and approved. Judge Savage, of committee on county division, asked leave for, and was granted more time in which to make a report. J. II. Elder, from committee appointed to investigate question of preparing a Pamphlet of statistical and general in formation, relative to this country, re ported adversely. The views of a number of members having been ex pressed as to the urgent advisability of such advertising matter, and esti mates having been furnished as to the cost, it was by vote resolved to issue a pamphlet or folder of descriptive mat ter for general distribution. A com mittee composed of G, J. Douglass, R. II. Norton and AY. Ayrault was elected to take charge of tiie matter and given full power to conduct, the work to a completion. AV. S. Eber man, from committee on county affairs reported progress as to the com mittee's inspection of county roads in this vicinity. The motion to re-con sider the board of trade resolutions condemning the attempts to secure the forfeiture of the Northern Pacific rail road grant was then taken up for dis - cussion. It provoked a lively debate. F. L. Mintie spoke long ami ably in support of his motion to re-eon«ider and was seconded by Judge J. A. .Sav age in a logical argument. The op posing side—that which objected to re-eoh sidération of the resolutions— was upheld by 1. Orsclitl, G. J. Doug •A las, R. H. Norton and AY. S. Eberman in debate. A motion to indefinitely postpone the motion to re-consider was finally put and carried by a large ma jority, and so ended the discussion. Attention having been called to tho fact that there are no stock yards at this point and that it appeared neces sary for the convenience of shippers and the welfare of the town that yards be built, Messrs. Eberman, Douglas and Mintie were appointed a commit tee to confer with the railroad offi cials on the subject and to use thefr efforts to secure the erection of the yards. Meeting adjourned. Suit Against the Collar Company. Michael Doran, of St. Paul, has be gun suit against 8. S. Eaton and Gen. C. D. Mead, the leading shareholder in the Collar Mining Company, of Maiden in this territory, to recover S5,000, be ing the amount paid by plaintiff for shares of stock in said company. He claims to have been induced to buy the stock by false and fraudulent rep resentations on the part of defendants. Jumping; the Crow Reservation. Abouta week ago the erroneous in telligence seems to have been pretty widely circulated that the western portion of the Crow reservation had been segregated. A telegram was re ceived in Livingston that was be lieved to convey that id°a and among the few to whom it was shown created some excitement, but further inves tigation proved its error. But down the valley the idea, wherever ob tained, seems to have taken a strong hold and certainly produced eminently practical results. The early part of last week witnessed nearly fifty outfits cross upon the Crow reservation and settle upon eligible locations, princi pally in the Deer creek valley and on the eastern bank of the Boulder. »Some of these enterprising settlers had their families with them and went with the evident intention of making an indef inite stay. Doubtless most of them have learned their error ere this and are leaving the reservation. The idea uf the opening of this Indian country may perhaps have had its origin in the fact that the agent tried to induce the Crows to remove to the Big Horn valley and the better to compass their compliance, circulated the story that the government had bought the reser vation—about 500 of the tribe did, in fact, move, and the whites seem to have emulated their example by mov ing too. But it was too previous. Fat and Philosophy. [Opie p . Read iu New York Mercury.] Flesh is materialized philosophy. F ai men are nearly always philosophers. Dickens challenged the world to point out a mob ot fat men, and, although I was nob as well acquainted with Mr. Dickens as I am with certain active young fellows who visit me the first of every month, yet I agree with him. I never saw a mob of fat men. I never saw a fat man hung. Once in Ken tucky a fat man was sentenced to bo hanged, but when an appeal to the su preme court was taken, the judges, who were too fleshy to pull on a boot com fortably, told the condemned man that he was too fat to be lmng with any de gree of pleasure, and consequently gave him a palm leaf fan and sent him to the penitentiary to await a pardon which was not long in coming. It was afterwards proved that the fat man was innocent. History shows that all philosop hers were fat, that is, history proves that some of them were fat and that others should have been. Don't understand me to sav that great JBesli is to be de sired. Flesh is more essential to so ciety than it is to salvation, and wo know that the scriptures inform us that flesh and blood cannot enter the king dom of heaven. I do say, though, that flesh is conducive*to philosphy, for none but the philosopher can enjoy an eicess of adipose tissue. The Child:en'tf "IV.ekey BIrit So [Inter Ocean.] Eighty thousand children in the north of England form the "Dickey Bird Society." They are pledged to profeoi birds, never to destroy a nest, and tc food birds in winter. It would not b^ bad organization for this country. In combined voice and plumage our Amer ican birds of the woods and fields are equal to nny in the world. It was a sorry piece of work to import such use less vagrants as English spar; ows to take their places.