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Coal Miners' Riot.
A fearful riot took place Sunday at Glen Lyon, five miles from Xanticoke, Pa., in which more than three hundred miners were engaged. The place is solely occupied by the breakers of the Susquehanna Coal company. The com na eral of len on day batants are composed of men of all tionalities, Irishmen, Welshmen, Hun garians and Poles being largely repre sented. It is the custom of sevr Hungarian and Polish merchants Xanticoke to send out peddlers to L Lyon daily to supply the boarding house keepers. The Susquehanna Coal company pays Saturday. I or the first time they paid the men of Glen Ly and Morgantown on Sunday which has always been chosen by the mer chants to make collections. Rev. Taggert, of Glen Lyon, frequentlj preached against what he called such desecration of the Sabbath and finally determined to put a stop to it if possi ble. Sunday he organized a posse his church members for that purpose The men got wind of it and made their minds to resist any overtures the kind. The collectors made their ap pearance as usual, and the natural citementof the moment was augmented by the universal indulgence in beer and whisky. As the day advanced churchmen became alarmed at the situ ation and kept themselves in hiding The feeling of antagonism was so ' tense that it finally culminated in a free fight between the men of different na tionalities. Hundred of men furiously engaged in the battle with stones and clubs for weapons. The riot lasted half an hour, and many men were struck down. Dozens were carried away improvised stretchers with cracked and bleeding heads. A few women mad dened by the general excitement, mix ed in the fray and several were badly beaten. The riot ceased only when the participants were too few to carry it on the wounded requiring the attention the many who did not return after they left the field. It is reported that more than sixty rioters were seriously injured many fatally. A New Explosive. Rutte Miner: A visit was paid to one of the neighboring mines last week and a trial witnessed of the rack-rack powder which is now claim ingthe attention of the mining men here. This powder is now manufact ured in Xew York, and is the same that was used to blow up Hellgate, when nine acres of solid rock was shattered to atoms. This powder claims many advantages over the old brands now in use. It contains no nitro-glycerine or dynamite, and the smoke does not cause dizziness or headache. The min ers spoke highly of its merits. The fact that it will not freeze, and being in two parts, is not explosive until combined for use, materially lessens the danger of handling it. It is a powerful but safe explosive. Marquise de Mores. New York special: News comes from Paris that the wife of the Mar quis de Mores is preparing to enter suit for divorce against her husband. It has been known to the friends of the family for some time that Marquise de Mores has become dissatisfied with her married life, and they expected she would seek a separation. Marquise de Mores before marriage was known as Miss Yon Hoffman. She is the young est darghter of Baron Louis A. Yon Hoffman, the Wall street banker, and has an extensive acquaintance in this city. She has been living in Paris with her mother for the past four months. Mr. Von Hoffman could not be seen but a friend who said he knew all about the difficulty stated that the marquise could not stand the temper of her hus band. The latter, he stated, had become very parsimonius of late, and for that cause, as also because of his bad treat ment, the marquise is anxious to be di vorced. Those who know the marquis say he is far from wealthy. He mar ried Miss Von Hoffman on the occasion of a visit to this country. He went out ■west shortly after and established a town in Montana, which he called Me dora in honor of his wife. He ventured into a number of schemes, and started the National Consumers' Meat com pany. It is said that he lost a great deal of money, but those who pretend to know declare he could nol lose that which he had not. He sold out his shares in the company, and the mana ger of the concern, Gnmshaw, had him arrested here on a civil action for not fulfilling a contract. The case never came to trial. The marquis, after his release from prison went to Paris to join his wife, who had gone in advance. Everybody speaks in the highest terms of the marquise. Before her marriage she was a great sportswoman, being particularly noted as a fine shot and crack horse rider. The maquis is a tall, handsome man. He is about 32 years of age, but does not appear to be 25. Damage Butt Against the Northern Pacific. Independent: A few days ago John E. Conynghame began suit in the dis trict court against the Northern Pacific railroad company for damages to the amount of $1,009.85. The complaint states that the plaintiff on June 19, 1886, at Boston, Massachusetts, pur chaied an emigrant ticket from Boston to Drummond, Montana, for $56.50, said ticket to be used before June 30th. On the 29th of June he began his jour ney on the Northern Pacific, his ticket being accepted by the conductor at Minnesota Junction. He was allowed to travel until he reached Billings w f hen the conductor refused to accept his ticket and at Bozeman he was forcibiy ejected against his will and protest. He thereby sustained damages in additional expense to the amount of $9.85, and in a grevious and vexatious delay and great humiliation and injury to his feel ings to the amount of $1,000, judgment for which amount he prays. Mi? is of 3V« ROYAL I *AKlM* POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wlioleeomeness. More economical than the ordinarv kinds, and cannot be sola in competition with the multitude of low test. short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. KOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall St.. N. Y._______ HORSES FOR SALE. About 125 head, mostly mares, high-trade, (liar per horses) 10 miles below Livingston- for par. ticulars address, J. M .LlS OLÉ lY^ T The College of MONTANA. CLASSICAL. SCIENTIFIC. NORMAL. MUSIC & ART. Instruments. Apparatus. Laboratory Furnishings. New & Complete. Open to both Sexes on Equal Terms. FOR TERMS, &c., apply to REV. D. J. MCMILLAN, D. D., President of the College, BEER LODGE, Montana. in or It a IhÆilcïi Cows AND THOROUGHBRED BULLS. We will receive on Sept. 2d, a consignment of Cattle, con 9 Grade Hol stein Cows and Heifers, Two thorough- bred Holstein Bulls 4 High Grade Short Horn Cows with Calves, 4 thor sisting of ought) r'd Short Horn Heifers 4 thorough br'c shorth'rn Bulls one year old 2 Thorough br'c Hereford Bulls 2 High Grade Hereford Bulls Those desiring to purchase horses or any kind of cattle will find it to their interest tojcome and see me. Ranch and Range on Fleshman Creek, about three miles from H. L. BISHHIR & CO. Livingston. NEW STORE! NEW GOODS, AND NEW PRICES I have just received a newstock of goods, consisting of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats and Caps, and a full line of LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, which will be sold at VERY LOW PRICES. BUTTER AND EGGS ALWAYS WANTED. "A portion of your patronage is solicited. Give me a call before purchasing ALVA MATNE, Main Street, Livingston. E. GOUGHNOUR, Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Moulding, Brackets, Pickets, Shingles, Lath, Plaster Paris, Cement, Plaster Hair, Paints. wishes to call the attention of the public to the fact that he has on hand the finest stock of Lumber, Sash, Doors, &c., of any concern in eastern Montana, with increqp ed facilities for manufacturing, and a gooc Planing Mill to do all kinds of Dressing. Can always furnish any and everything needed for building purposes, and for proof of this fact only asks you to come and see him and be convinced. I make a specialtj' of the Heath & Milligan Paints, warranted— the best prepared paints made. E. GOUGHNOUR, Second Street, Livingston, Mont. GEORGE W. METCALF, Feed and Sale Stables, CORNER MAIN AND CLARK STREETS. FINEST "TURNOUTS" IN THE CITY, Tourists and Travelers carried to or from the remotest points with safety and dispatcb Horses, Mules, Harness and Wagons bought and sold. Oats and Balecl Hay, Stock boarded by the day or week. Spectal attention given to Gentlemen Drivers Terms as reasonable as any in the city. Call and see us APOLLO SPRING BREWERY -- Soda & Mineral Water Works ADOLPH LANDT, Proprietor, LIVINGSTON, M. T. Milwaukee Keg Beer per quarter barrel, Bozeman Keg Beer, per quarter barre], - Mi? waukee Bottled Beer, per dozen ....... Bozeman Bottled Beer, per dozen ....... Families will be supplied by leaving orders with tbe driver or at tbe Brewery. A. LANDT $3 50 3 50 1 75 1 50 J. F. LONG, Agi. SADDLES AND HARNESS Manufactiÿed to Order. Repairing Neatlv and Promptly Done at Reasonable Prices. A full Stock of Stock Saddles, Bridles, Ckaperp, Bits and SPURS always on hand. The Celebrated Single and Double Rig Visalia Saddle a Specialty LIVINGSTON . MONT. . S. R SÜ DEALER IN FINE MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. Ladies' Underwear A Specialty. Hefferlin Block. Livingston. Bits a GEO. T. CHAMBERS & CO, 3DEE3PLI2STC3 <!■ ALL-STEEL BINDERS are the Best and Simplest. THE NEW 0EERING & STANDARD MOWERS, Chieftain Hay Rakes, Rushford Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons, are unequalled. Stoves Barbed Wire, Tents, Wagon Covers, Paints Oils, Glass, Shelf Hardware, Iron, Steel, Bind ing Twine, &c. Don't fail to see us. BEST GOODS AND LOWEST PRICES. TO THE PUBLIC. I would respectfully announce to the public of Park county that I have put in a branch Harness Shop at Livingston and will carry a large stock of Harness, Saddles, and in fact everything connect ed with this line of business. Besides manufacturing Harness and Saddles for sale I shall conduct a general repair business and do work of all kinds at reasonable prices. Will also handle as specialty the genuine Concord Harness. A share of the public patronage is res pectfully solicited. Shop and store in the old Bank of Livingston building, corner of Main and Calendar streets. E. J. 0WENH0USE. H. L. LOWNDES, DEALER IN k S, COMMISSION MERCHANT. PROPRIETOR OF The Livingston Meat Market, West Side Mala 8treat. M. Rotll, WHOLESALE DEALER IN Fine Whiskies and Cigars. IcBrayer, Anderson, Old Crow and other First-class Brands KEPT IN STOCK. SOLE AGENT FOR FALK'S »JEE R, Agent for Brunswick-Bfüke-Collinder Company, RANCHMENS' TRADE SOLIQITEP. Albemarle Block, - - Livingston, Montana. I. Orschel à, Bro.'s Special Announcement New Goods ! Low Prices We have just received the Largest Stock of CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS: HATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, ever offered in Park County, which we are prepared to s, lower than any other house in Montana. Suits from $5,00 up. Shoes from $ 1.00 up. Pants from $ 1.00 up. Overalls 75 Cents. eæ-ciVE us a call.-^j I. ORSCHEL & BRO. | THE CLOTHING AND LIQUOR MERCHANT!! PARK STREET, LIVINGSTON. SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT H. FRANK Has just received direct from the manufacturers the la gest and best selection of spring and summer elothii ever laid down in Montana. Also a larger stock of gents' furnishing goods, hoc and shoes, and a general stock of merchant tailoring gooi direct from the mills, of the latest styles and patterns. -MERCHANT TAILORING Our cutting and fitting department is complete and we will guarantee satisfaction Main Street, .... Livingstj NEW MEAT MARKET, MAIN STREET, HOLLIDAY & RICHARDS, PROPS A GENERAL SUPPLY OF FRESH AND SALT MEAT! ---ALWAYS ON HAND. ALSO Game, Poultry, Fish, Butter, Eggs & Vegetab! A FINE LINE OF TEAS ALSO IN STOCK. The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited. If HOLLIDAY & RICHARD! 1 « —.....—- ■ f PLEASURE RESORTS AND HOME FOR THE SICK. HUNTER'S HOT SPRINGS i AT MENDENHALL, MONTANA, miles from Springdale station on the Northern Pacific Railroad, where i riages will be in attendance at all trains for 'lie transfer of guests. Mails Delivered Twice Daily at the Hotel Office. TOWN LOTS I for residence and business purposes for sale. C. B. MENDENHALL. Owner and Proprietor MULKERN & MURRAY, -DEALERS IN-- Wines, Liquors and Cigars! Pool AND SAMPLE ROOMS ON PARK STREET m Frank White's Billiard and Pool Parloi Brick Block under Enterprise office Park, Street. PURE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGAI IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC. JAMES CARROLL, Livery, Feed and Sale Stab FINEST TURN-OUTS IN THE CITÏ Gentle Saddle Horses for both Ladies and Gents use Horses, Wagon*. ^ etc., bought and sold. BALTID HAY, ÇXA.TS And chopped, feed of oil kinds, always oq lpvnd at lowest prices. F 01 '' of horses, mares and colts for sa]p. Terms strictly cash Corner Lewis and Clark Streets, Livii