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The president lias appointed John G. Evans to be postmaster at Hutte, vice Patrick Talent, resigned, and Yining A. Cook postmaster at Boulder. The Northern Pacific has made the following changes in the names of sta tions on its Rocky .Mountain div ision: Mullen to Blossburg and Blossburg to Clinton. "John Nicklaus Iras been appointed postmaster at Sahara, Fergus county, bo succeed H. Cameron, resigned; Mrs. C. Stille, at Terry, Custer county, vice Ci E. Cartwright, resigned. The president has signed the commi sion of Mr. John D. Sloane of St Paul as supervising inspector of steam ves sels for the district embracing Minne sota, Wisconsin, Iowa, th< Dakotas and Montana. The first resolution of ~. i - legislative assembly of the new slao of Montana was passed last Saturday afiernoon. awarding the thanks of iliat body to Mrs. L. H. Hershticld for the gift of a magnificent boquot of How-t: . A Washington special states ; hat within a day or t.vo the n en whom Rep resentative Carter recommended for postmasters at Hutte, Boulder and White Sulphur Springs, Mont., will lie ap pointed. The same gc nticamn lias sev eral other appointments on ihe list, which he is waiting for the president to act upon. Independent: Hon. W. I J. Flowers. delegate to the St. Louis convention, de parted for that point last evening From preflBnt indications it looks as though! Montana will be very poorly represented at the convention. Everybody wants to stay home and see the prospective fun ^tenure r ^ an ' Za * l '° n ,, T . . ., » the American Flag mine, about thirty miles west of Anaconda, sustained se vere injuries Thursday by a premature explosion of giant powder. One eye was blown out, and it is feared he will lose the sight of the other. He also sus tained injuries about the chest and legs, but these are not considered dangerous. Several important changes in the rail way mail service have been made. The clerks on tho St. Paul and Mandan rqn will extend their service to Helena. This extension will make one of Hie longest oontinuous services in the country, the distance being 1,130 miles. The rqu from Helena to Spokane Falls will joi> stitute a separate railway postolhce. Herald: Wo have it on excellent'ao thority that State Auditor Kenney, the republican official who called the hou» to order, was "approached" with a britjp. The nature of it was substantially an (li fer of £20,000 to that gentleman if ht' would consent to appear in the hoirne and call the roll of that body as furnish ed by the democrats according to Gov ernor Toole's proclamation. The audi tor's action shows how lie spurned the dastardly attempt to buy ids principles. Great Falls Tribune: Forty tons of ay on T. M. Chamberlain's ranch, on Sand Coulee and three miles below Three Forks, were burned last night. Kerosene oil was used in starting the blaze. The stacks, four in number, stood within fifteen feet of the sheep sheds, but they did not burn. One cor ner of the wall of the sheds was satu rated with oil from the eaves to the ground and un armful of hay was plaoed at the foot of the boards for kindling, but it is supposed that the blaze flashed up so quickly on the hay that tho person who was doing the job left to avoid be ing seen. A bottle that had contained kerosene oil was found tin* next morning on top of the shed. Th© loss to Mr. Chamberlain is between £-100 and £500. Yellowstone Journal: Sheriff Jones departed for Forsyth yesterday afternoon to arrest Edward Mullan, night watch man at that place, who is charged wRh assault with a deadly weapon. The In jured man's name is diaries Kane, who is u freight conductor and resides at Glendive. At the time of the assault Mr. Kane was writing a telegram at the desk in the depot, when Mullan walked up behind him and hit him on the back of the head with a car seal punch, in flicting a horrible cut. The wounded man was brought to Miles City, wheat* his head was sowed up by Dr. Fish. Tho cause of the assault is unknown as Kane says ho had done nothing what ever to provoke Mullan and cannot in any way account for his actions. An adjourned meeting of tho Montana Society of Civil Engineers was held Fri day evening at the office of E. II. Beck lor, chief engineer of the Montana Cen tral, in Helena. Colonel DeLacy, c'aat* man of the committee ou public land surveys, stated that the committee had decided to make their report in form of a letter to Congressman Carter, asking hfei ta pieaent the subject be aongreea for legislation. The letter explained that the present system of agricultural sur veys was liable to abuse, and offeree recommendations that w ould correct tic same nnd make the system more pro ductive of good to the people at large. One hundred copies of this report were ordered to be printed for distribution. It was decided that at tho regular meet ing in December arrangements would be made for the annual reunion of tho soci ety to take place in January. Miner: As a cablo car was com inj. down the hill last overling the frantic octions of a man on the track ahead at traded the attention of the gripmnn, who at once applied the brake and brought the car to r standstill within three feet of the man. "I'm fastened in the track," exclaimed the man, "and cannot get ont." The conductor then saw that the unfortunate fellow had stepped into an opening between the planks nnd become firmly fastened bv Saving his right leg caught above the .knee. An attempt was mado to extri cate him, but it proved a failure until a Baw was procured and one of tho planks cut away. Had tho car not been under complete control at the time the man would have certainly been killed. When asked his name he refused to divulge it, and passed on without enlightening the rescuers as to his identity. There are no now developments in the mine tire at Butte. The shaft of tho Anaconda is bulkheaded, also all the levels of the St. Law rence. It is l>e lieved that the carbonic acid gas which will necessarily bo generated in the con fined space will eventually put out the tire. Whether tho fire has extended to the workings of the Anaconda or not no one knows. The number of lives lost is believed to lie nine. Two men are miss ing. But for Superintendent Carroll's work, with the co-operation of the min ers in bulkheading the mines, the whole vast interior, with its immense under ground ramifications would soon cave in. As it is now no one can form the least conception of the extent of the damage done, and it may bo weeks before it will be s ifo to open the mines again. The company has other mines besides these. None of the smelters will have to be closed down. The future intentions of the company are, however, unknown. XVrucks on the Northern Pacific. Two more frightful wrecks occurred on the Northern Pacific Thursday even ing. The first occurred near Bears mouth about 5 o'clock, the track spread ing and derailing five cars of the second section of west bound freight No. 15. A brakeman was seriously injured, but the physicians have some hopes of saving liis life. A wrecking train was immedi ately sent out and in about three hours the track was cleared for traffic. Before this work was fairly finished another and much greater disaster occurred near Bonner, fairly in the same place as the one on Monday. The first section of west bound freight No. 13 eullided with a construction train. Both engines were completely demolished and several cars reduced to splinters. Several trainmen were severely injured and physicians are dpw st the scene administering to the Mtf the stiff ore louai oflfoiala a tle it no mi * ïïîi The* Ot the Boonh thonYoek as bo delayed twenty paseeqger tram will G. ' A. I to j bo ■ C. Ci a hours at least. The west bound pa ger will not get through before to row noon. These wreck.: are ti re to be due to the careless work of section hands. th Murder and Suicide at Anac A frightful tragedy occurred inda Saturdav night, which wa • ml». at Ana not discovered until 0 ing. It was no le J. F. Hoffeditz, an old man f> age, bv his son, A. F. Hoffodit lock Sunday morn lian the murder of years of and the subsequent suicide of the latter. A. F. Hoffeditz was a man '52 years of age. He came to Anaconda about six years ago and started a mattress factory, in which business he was tolerably successful. He had a wife and two children and his aged father lived with them. After a couple cf year.-, he went into the busi ness of keeping a second-hand stove and furniture shop, his fatiier assisting him in the business. Of lata trade has been had. and Huffed it/. was in poor health d d latch self. atli Firs ier u ro u I, ndent. On several occasions In- had been hoard to say that he ■ 1 he would make away with him Saturday evening he and his ■ were in the shop together on street. They were seen by a num customers and acted as usual, no ie appearing t ! . between them, was much distressed ! The store was closed at the usual hou», j but the men did not go home. The wife , Tr „ 1 ? 0UD * ilo& * U | ai their . bsenee and did not go to bod, ] Ijut waited for thorn all night. Sunday j morning slie went to the shop, but found » the front and back doors both securely ; loclco-tï. W. Sparrow forced an entrance J through a rear window and found both | men lying on the tioor with bullet holes ! j through their heads. The old gentle man was dead, but theson still breathed, lie is still alive, but unconscious, and his death is only a matter of time. The only tenable theory is that of temporary insanity, as the father and son have ab ways been on good terms. In an address to a workingmen's or ganization recently, Mr. Gladstone said: "It was not extravagant to say that al though there were but 2,000,(XX) in the thirteen American colonies at the time of the American revolt, yet from among those 2,000,00ti of people there proceeded at that epoch u group of statesmen that might defy the whole history of the world to beat them in any one state, and at any period of time. Such were the s onsequen- . of a well regulated and masculine freedom." First Assist Clarkson, in 1: that the who! .1 une 5o, 1 -s'i, - nt Postmaster General ; annual report, shows number of posotfiices as 58,999. an increase of t, «523 over the previous year; the num ber of presidential offices was 2,fi84, au increase of lilt». Appointments to va cancies caused by removals, .June 30, IS8s, were 1,241; June 30, 1889, was 7,s53. The number of money order offi ces in operation at the close of the fiscal year was s,583; increase, 472. There were 401 free delivery offices, an in crease of 43, and up to November 3 six j more have been added. The superin tendent of tiie free delivery servie rec ommends its extension to all places which have a population according to the last general, state or federal census ot 5,000, the postoffice of which pro duced a gross revenue the preceding; fiscal year of at least .88,000. This ! would embrace all the important post-, offices ol the second class. The appro priation for this si rvice for the present ! fiscal year wa-. 88,« XJCVXJO, and the esti mate lor the next d cal year is 8S),069,- ; 485, a large increase in the number of offices being expected after the census I of 1890 is completed. Washington special: Secretary Noble has approved Pension Commissioner Raum's demand for the resignation of 'William P. Davis of Illinois, assistant chief of the middle division of the pen sion office, and of Samuel B. Ilersey of Massachusetts, assistant chief of the wastero divtaian. Mr. Etovis racoivsd 81.728 back pension and had his pension increased from 812.50 per month to 824.50. Mr. Ilersey's pension was in creased from $16 to £30 per month. In carrying out the policy announced of removing from the government service those pension office employes whose pensions have been rerated in what is regarni as an irregularand unjust way, Secretary Noble has thus far called for the resignation of five rerated employes. In no instance has this request been complied with, and it is said that no one of the remaining twenty-seven em ployes whose names appear in the re port of the commission intends to re sign. They maintain that a resignation implies one of two things, either that a person wishes to leave the government service or that lie is conscious of some wrong doing on his part. The re lated employes claim that this is not their situation and they not only have no intention of resigning but they just intend to make a light for retention. In the ease of one of the of ficials w hose resignation has been called for, his claim for retention is backed up by a member of the cabinet. An other official has presented a petition signed by 1,000 union soldiers asking that lie be not dismissed. In addition, the ofiicials themselves and their friends visit the secretary of the interior and the commissioner of pensions and pre sent arguments against the carrying into execution of the proposed policy in there-rated cases. The marshaling of inlluences w ili have an effect, but ex actly how many can be saved, and how j far a stay oi proceedings can be en- j forced, is a question of great interest just now. Tress Comment. Helena Journal: It would seem from a newspaper standpoint that Dont Pe dro has no right to a very vigorous kick. He will receive a pension of 8450, 000 a y'*ar and live in a much more pleasant country than Brazil. If the Brazilians desire to exile any more peo ple on the same conditions, they may inquire our initials. Lewis*own Argus: There is no ques tion that a great many deer are being killed for bait by those engaged in "wolfing." There are no big-jawed cat tle to be had, hence the necessity of se curing other bait. While it is import ant to get rid of the wolves and coyotes it seems like a crime to slaughter noble game to accomplish that end. There is no law to prevent its being done be tween now and the first day of January. The law Rising bun: against trap Ma I „iw- Nantit ho rnnnn loH u ri noi , M ««on as possible, as thousands of young cot th Ana not of of the F. He ago his a and him I ton wood trees along our rivers are be ing d-s'royed by these bark eaters. The ranchmen alongSun river are complain ing o! the havoc being made in their little timber patches, and are contem i plating a raid on the beavers, claiming that the law is unconstitutional and that it will not stick because while it j protects the animal the animal destroys j much valuable timber and damages the j owner thereof and does in no way ben ! c-lit the people. They claim that ::o law is constitutional tiiat protects wild ani mals in opposition to the interests of the qpmmunity, and ask for its repeal. j he j j his i on j no j j ab Rod I,o <l<;e News. [From tho Picket.] The Rocky Fork Coal company ship ped thirty-two carloads of coal Tuesday. Wednesday was pay day for the Rocky Fork miners in Red Lodge, and 829,000 was paid out. Thomas P. McDonald lias been ap pointed resident agent of the Rocky Fork Town and Electric company. Judge Potter left on the train Thurs day for the east. He will stop at Omaha for a month and then go to Milwaukee. In the spring our old friend will return ar.d develop his mines. The schedule time on the Rocky Fork railroad will bo changed to-morrow in>. stead of last Sunday. Under the new time tho passenger is due here .at 11 a. m. and leaves at 2 p. m. Engineer McNutt and his party was in town Sunday from the survey of the route from here to Cooke City. All the information that we could get from Mr. McNutt was that he had been ordered to get a certain grade in Clarke's Fork canyon, and that lie was not able to get said grade and was ordered to Washing-, ton by the Northern Pacific company. MONEY TO LOAN or al the Improved Ranch Property. $ 100,000 In sums to suit at Lowest Rates of Interest. POTTS & WEBSTER. Livingston. Montana. THE ALBEMARLE of au j to ! ! ; of I j j jm OR 4V HOTEL. W. SAVAGE, C. PROPRIETOR MONTANA. LIVINGSTON, c n o a 3 m (/) 3C O 2 « 23 s 2 wh =. o a — o an O K*- = = a. cr O 2ï Ow f Ü3 D 3 ÿrc g au 23 s E. 2 5 Ï o 35 - <5 S LP J'î ^ km H ,■ - » b?i * c/> & M m s 00. 23 3 -t C V) ~ CP O? •-3 2T. O 3. g rjC O r CL C „ O. SAX, JOHN News Dealer! MAIN STREET. The latest exstern Dailies, Illustrated Journ als and Magazines always on hand. Also dealer in Blank Books and Stationery TOILET ARTICLES, Fruits, Confections, Etc. HARRIS & SMITH, Barber and Hair Dresser Ilefterlin Blocx. Main Street. 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Peterson. 2 Wlutt a Fortune Is a good, healthy, pearly skin. Few arc aware of the short time it takes for a disordered liver to cause blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin. One bottle of Bcgg's Blood Purifier and Blood Ma ker will restore this organ to its natural and healthy state and cleanse tho blood oi all impurities. It is meeting with wonderful success. We guarantee-every bottle. M. A. PKR3RSON, Druggist. COMM ioiiahu:. All claims not consistent with the high character of Syrup of Figs are pur posely avoided by the Cal. Fig Syrup Company. It acts gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the system effectually, but it is not a cure-all and makes no pretensions that every bottle will not substantiate. Heirs'* Cherry Couch Syrup, ivmg splendid satisfaction to tho Is ^ trade and the sales are positively mar velous, which can be accounted for in no other way except that it is without doubt the best on the market. Ask for and be sure you get the genuine. We keep it. M. A. Peterson, Druggist. When baby was sick, we gave her Castorin, When she was a child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When she bad children, she gave them Castoria. A Good Cough Syrup. There is nothing parents should be so careful about as selecting a cough syrup. Bcgg's Cherry Cough Syiup costs }no more than the cheap and inferior nos trums thrown on the market. The best none too good. Be sure and get Begg's Cherry Cough Syrup. We keep it on hand at all times. M. A. Peterson, Druggist. ■w Y/ 1 1 r & Combines the juice of the Blue Figs of California, so laxative and nutritious, with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, forming the ONLY PER FECT REMEDY to act gently yei promptly on the KIDNEYS, IIYER AND BOIELS —AND TO — Cleanse the System Effectually; — SO THAT — PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH Naturally follow. Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. Ask your druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu factured only by the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.. San Francisco, Cal. -Ocisville, Kv. New York, N. Y / \(SaMnfrmér Most Economical Sau Vrzucls I have made - z. )f C mi !~.i ~ Feb. S, iSSg. ' -!X amination : rr.; pn-rder, v : : i>f cbetn~ "■ir-UiT P-TZ'i host ! wl-atover. y GV.jcrb .if., 5 i !. Gokedale Meat Market, HAESLER & BiCTE, Prop's, AH kinds of fresh and salt meats always on hand. -)0<— Balogna and Salame sausage a specialty. COKEDALE, MONTANA. ROCKY FORK COAL. Co) I have taken the agency in thi.j city for the Rocky Fork Coal, and am prepared to furnish parties with this superior fuel in any quantity desired. Orders left at Krieger & Co.'s store will be promptly filled. (o) GEO, T. YOUNG. Cans la t TO 5 DATS. atrdsalj ay tbs nuOsBlctlCa. BigQhaagiven univer sal satisfaction in thfi cure of Gonorrhoea amt Gleet. I prescribe It and feel safe in recommend ing ft to all sufferer». A. J. ST05EB, H.D., Deeater, III. PRICE, 91.00. Sold by Urugglsta. LIVINGSTON ASSAY OFFICE. Gold'and Silver... $T 50 Iron .............$8 00 Silver............. 100 Nickel............ 6(0 Lead............. 1 00 Arsenic........... 5 00 Copper... ... ... 2 00 Antimony........ 5 00 Qualitative Analysis..............$ 5 00 to $15 00 Quantitative Analysis............ 10 00 to 25 00 '2% for ÏHIL E. LAVRERCE. UTntfn. 1st "Women eye." woman's con affec-. a married maiden are a and and and of the and 25 2 Frank White's Eil Hard and Pool Parlor OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Elegant Bar aiirl Fixtures. The Best brands of Liquors Courteous Bar Attendants. Club Rooms. Licensed Gainblin and Cigars. Inviting Few for a the bottle Ma natural blood with Park Street, Livingston, M. S. M. WETZSTEIN. PURE LIQUORS ONLY Trade of Families the pur Syrup and bottle DESIRING LIQUORS for MEDICINAL PURPOSES PARTICULARLY SOLICITED. tho mar no doubt be it. Reduction in Prices! so syrup. }no nos best on TO THE TRADE. 1 am now prepared n UicIvV, consisting of the foil fill orders direct from • wing known lirands: Bonded Warehouses in Wa ter fill & Fraser, W. H. McBrayer, Adams Distilling Co., W. S. Stone. All Spring'81 Whiskey, which 1 will sell at prices that will astonish even Missourians. I have connected myself with Eastern houses, and am thereby* abled to sell goods at Eastern Prices. 1 also carry line California Wines Brandies. Cigars ranging from $30 to $100 per M. All orders b.v mail promptly filled. O- A. BÜRO, Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer, Main street, Livingston, M.T. WILLIAM HANDLY, 03 CZ3 of *0 03 •«3 CJ3 c<J IS A* 1839 . «ETRM Line The Largest Barber Toilet Articles OK A3 Y snop-yN THE C ITY. East Side Main StreetNext II. Frank's Clothing Store, Livingston, Montana. Manufacturer of and Dealer in HARNESS, WHIPS, Ghaperajos, Robes, Blankets, A SADDLES Bridles, Bits Sleigh Bells and Spurs. Repairing Promptly Attended to at Reasonable Prices Sonth Side Calendar, betwern Main and Second Streets. LIVINGSTON, M. T. E. GOUGHNOUR, —Dealer in— Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Lath, Shingles. MOULDINGS, BUILDING PICKETS. PAPER, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, PLASTER PARIS, AND BRUSHES, ETC., ETC. CEMENT. &c &c. —I sell the celebrated— Heath & Milligan Paints ! The liest known to the trade. I also sell the White Iron Paint—just patented and warranted to indestructible. Prices alwavs as low as others, as th**lowest ___ for good goods. E. GOUGHNOUR. J. H. HARVAT, WHOLESALE A RETAIL BUTCHER. Cash Paid for Hides and Pelts. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Main Street, ■ ■ Zjivingato; n, M. T. GEORGE W. METCALF, Feed and Sale Stables, CORNER'MAI .1 A VTi n atmt «vorrrra * CORNER MAIN AND CLARK STREETS. FINEST "TURNOUTS" IN THE CITY, Tourists and Travelers carried to or from the remotest points with safety and dispatcl Horses, Mules, Harness and Wagons bought and sold. V Oats and Baled Hav, Stock boarded by Rie day or week. Spcctal attention given to Gentlemen Terms as reasonable as any in the city. Call and see us. PLEASURE RESORT AND HOME FOR THE SICK. HUNTER'S HOT SPRINGS ! AT MENDENHALL, MONTANA '2% miles from Spring,Isle station on the Northern Pacifie R iih o-i<l nages will be in attendance at all trains for the transfer of Sts ' °" r Mails Delivered Twice Daily at the Hotel Office. TOWN LOTS for residence and business p*u poses for sale. C. B. MENDENHALL. Owner and Proprietor. ! Liquors T. ! Geo. T. numbers & Go, -DEALERS GENERAL HARDWARE. ) Ken the en and promptly M.T. Main Street, Livingsnto, M. T. NFW MEAT MARKET, MAIN STREET, S. L. HOLLIDAY Proprietor. A GENERAL SUPPLY OF FRESH AND SALT MEATS ---ALWAYS ON HAND, ALSO-- Game, Poultry, Fish, Butter, Eggs & Vegetables The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited. S. L. HOLLIDAY. n. ipr-A-hstis:, THE KING CLOTHIER, Has the Largest Stock and Latest Styles of Spring and Summer Clothing to be found in Eastern Montana. Also a full line of Fine Dress Suit«, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Etc. Bits Bells to he * ! °" r ' TINNINQ DONE I*OWER MAIN STREET, ORDEP liviiosto** TO MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT— In a very large assortment of All work guaranteed. No misfits Main Street, suitings connection, witi to select from. Livingstß JAMES CARROLL, LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses Boarded bp. by the Day or Week iM# § $ 4c. Baled Hay and Gram always on hand. Fine Carriages, Gentle Teams and Saddle Horses Furnished the Traveling Public at Reasonable __LIVINGSTON. - MONTANA. LIVINGSTON HOTEL! JACOB KRAUSS, Props. The Only First-Class $2.00 a Day House in Lvingston. Rooms Neatly Furnished CHARLES EVERETT & CO., dealer in BEEF CATTLE, WOOL, HI ES, FOBS, ETC COMMISSION MERCHANT. PROPRIETOR OF The Livingston Meat Market. "West Side Main Street. w. City P. MULHOLLAND, --AT THE Jewelry Store 1 Makes a display of Goods that is seldom equaled and never surpassed, in a town of the size of Livingston. Hero is .» partial list of the many pretty things • he has to offer customers: LADIES AND GENTS* SOLID GOLD AND GOLD FILLED WATCHES AND WATCII CHA«* 8 An endless variety of Finger Rings , .. "5". at prices varying from $1 to $100. CALIFORNIA GOLD QUARTZ JEWELRY Srlirf Pina ™ . - niim„r„?,«V elle9 ' V ard Receivers, Butter Kniw numerous to mention. If yon f „„„ . , , .Sugar Shells, Napkin Rings and 'other article* - something to pSi WÄÄ Thimbles. Finest assortment of f' 0 ^ ult line of Clocks. Solid Silver aw . n«rrf _____tud you will car Castors, Pickle CastoTS, Fruit, iterrl^J Atkinson & Lahm -dealers CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, LAMPS, Stoves, Tinware, Etc.