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■ an- now settled in our new store, lower Main Street, ere our customers will tind the most complete stock of Shelf Hardware, >vee. 1 in ware. Harh \V ire. Wagons. Buggies. Binders, avers, and All Steel Hay Rakes, at Live and Let Live ces. We will also buy Furs of all kinds m season, king for a share of your patronage, we are Respectfully Yours, Nolan Bros. LOCKE & WORK, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in larness. Saddles and Horse Furnishing Goods. . , receivcil direct from the manufacturer« a new and complete stock of everything in their f ' h, which they are prepared to sell at prices unh-anl of before In Knetern Monttun». \c,Miili especial attention to HARNESS i»et received which we propone to «ell fc for *7.50. T he most complete line of Cowboy Outfits, Ladies' Saddles, Whips, Etc (fflVBOV SADDLES AND OUTFITS MADE TO ORDER. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. J. H. HARVAT, DEALER IN Cattle, Dressed Meats, Hides & Pelts. LIVINGSTON, - MONTANA. PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET, HARVEY & CO.. Props., Dealers in Meata of all Kinds of Beef. Mutton. Veal, Pork. Etc. M and Salt Fish, Bacon Hams and Pickled Meats a Specialty. CASH PAID FOR HIDES. Please cull and give us a trial and we will convince you that we can and will rnish the best meats the market affords at prices to meet any and all competition FORESTER CO.'S alencistr St. Is/L&s it -We deal in ail kinds of-- Fresh, Salt and Dried Meats. Fish, Game and Poultry in season. flpOnrdiup is new and neat, and our meats, etc., the liest which can lie procured. CENTENNIAL SALOON A. H. O'NEIL & CO., Proo's. —(o) The Finest brands of "Whiskies used over the bar and fine Imported Wines and Cigars a Specialty. iles Block, Main Street. FRANK POLUTNIK. THE LIVINGSTON BOTTLING WORKS, BELEY A. POLUTNIK, Proprietors. ---MANUFACTURERS AND BOTTLERS OF----- L ms OF CAEBOHATED OKS, Soda Water, Still Cider, Mineral Waters, Sarsaparilla, Ginger Ale, Champagne Cider. -AGENTS FOR ST. LOUIS AND MILWAUKEE BEER. NK BELEY, Manager, - - LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. KRIECER & CO, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ■tapie and Fancy Groceries. We make a Specialty of Choice Tea, Coffee and Pure Spices. s' STREET, - - LIVINGSTON, MONTANA. AIN FAY RANSOM, (Successor to FRANK WHITE.) Klliard and Pool Parlor ! OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. ^' l o»nt Bar and Fixture«. The Best brands of Liquors U| hl Cigars. Courteous Bar Attendants. Inviting >. . Club Kooms. Licensed Gambling. "lain Street, : Livingston. THE CDIUUK STORE L. B. HOPPE, Prop. GENERAL MERCHANDISE FRUITS AND CONFECTIONS. Only Store in Cinnabar. Tivoli Beer Hall CHAS MOHR, Prop. Meals at all Hours. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Lodging Rooms in Connection. BOCKT FORK COAL. Having secured the agency for the Rocky Fork Coal company for this city, 1 am prepared to supply customers with this desirable fuel coal in any quantity desired. £1?"Office with J. O. Sax, Albemarle Annex. GEORGE T. YOUNG. Livingston, Oct. 1, 1890. CON STOCK i DAIRY RANCH, Holstein Friesian Cattle ! in the State. Young Stock For Sale ! Certificates of registry furnished with each ani mal. Old stock was ail imported, Ciesar bred in Dienum. Friesland, winner of three prize» at the head of nerd. Call at ranch or write to J M. CONROW. Livingston, Montana. John McLaughlin. General Blacksmith, SECOND AND LEWIS STREETS. All kinds of Blacksmithing done promptly to order HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY. Housekeepers Should Remember The great success of the Royal Baking Powder is due to the extreme care exercised by its manufacturers to make it entirely pure, uniform in quality, and of the highest leaven ing power. All the scientific knowledge, care, and skill attained by twenty-five years' practical experience ace contributed toward this end, and no preparation can be made combination with its cc-ingredicnts is de.fi rat iy known. Aotkiru; A trusted to chance and no person ! ; < .rudeyed in the preparatici of the material.; used, cr the manufacture c'. the powder, who i ; not an expert in his par hness. the Royal ticular branch of the As, a c nsequenc , the Royal Bakin Powder is f die highest urade of excellence with a greater accuracy, precision, an J exact- always pure, wholesome, and uniform in qua. ness. ity. Each box i; exactly like every othe Every article used is absolutely pure. ! and will retain its power, and produce tit. Chemists are employed to test the strength same and the highest leavening effect in any of each ingredient, so that its exact effect in climate, .t any time. The Government Chemists, after having analyzed all the principal brands in the market, in their reports placed the Royal Baking Powder at the head cf the list for strength, purity, and wholesomeness ; and thousands of tests all over the country have further demonstrated the fact that its qualities are, in every respect, unrivaled. «JL 0 ^ JUMXJ^ 4 +-vy^Y~ LyojJJUvJ Lau Chemist U. 8. Department of Agrieoltnre, Washington, D. 0. NKWS OF THE WEEK. I he entire town of Red Mountain, Colorado, was destroyed by tire Sunday, entailing a loss of 8275.000, with insur ance aggregating 8150,000, the Hon. Whitelaw Reid, republican candidate for vice president, addressed the convention of the Illinois state re publican league at Springfield Thurs day. the walls of a building in course of erection at Ogden's New Jersey, collap sed on the 12th. burying twelve men in | the derbis. All were seriously injured, four of the number fatally. John ( J. Warwick, representative in congress from the sixteenth district, 1 Ohio, died at his rooms in the Riggs' house at Washington Sunday night. He was serving liis first term in congress as the successor of Major McKinley. War wick was nearly 62 years of age and a native of Ireland. Anton Wolf, of the Berlin hanking ; firm whose failure in 1891 caused such a j sensation, was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment and the loss of civil rights 1 for live years for embezzling 4,41X1,000 j marks. Another banker, named Leip- ! zeiger, who was Wolf's accomplice, re ceived a like sentence with hard labor added to the imprisonment. Judge Gresham denies the report put in circulation by the third party leaders tLat he woud take the stump for Weaver and Field. He said when asked as to the reasons given by the Indiunapolis republicans why he could not antago nize the republican party, he replied that he considered it his duty as an American citizen to vote his convictions and that he owed no slavish obedience to any party. Judge Scott at Cheyenne has decided to accept bail from the stockmen, for the reason that Sheriff Kelly refused to pay the expenses of longer holding them. Judge Scott decided that they should be bailed in 820.000 each for their appearance on the 22nd, the time set for the trial to commence. A bond was pre pared which each prisoner signed separ ately in the sum of 820,000, which amounts virtually to allowing them to go on their own recognizance. This was a great relief to all parties and was par ticularly gratifying to the stockmen, as it ends the few months imprisonment There were forty-two of the psisoners thus released. A strike of the switchmen on the Erie & Lehigh Valley railroad has been in augurated the past week, residting in the calling out of state troops to sup press rioting and protect non-union men employed in handling the company's trains. A number of cars have been de stroyed by fire and considerable perish able property in transit lost from the suspension of traffic. It is believed, lar of of of however, that the company will soon be ; able to restore traffic arrangements and secure a victory over the striking work men unless sympathetic movements In employés of other roads prevent hand ling their freight. A dispatch from Bar Harbor says Biaine will speak in the coming cam paign in the state of Maine. He does not feel strong enough to make a regu lar stumping tour as in former years, but will make five minute siieeches at various points in the state. A meeting of the Lancashire cotton j spinners was held Tuesday to discuss ; the fluctuations in the prices of silver and the rates of eastern exchange. The j spinners concurred that the present con- ! dition of affairs menaced a collapse of the cotton spinning business. It is proposed to bold a series of public meetings throughout the country and memorialize the government in favor < f the adoption of remedial measures. The republican state convention of Washington adjourned Friday night after nominating the following ticket : Congressmen, John L. Wilson of Spo kane and Wm. Doolittle of Pierce ; su preme judge, T. J. Anders of Walla Walla and Elmon Scott of Whatcom ; governor, John H. McGraw of Whatcom; lieutenant governor, F. H. Luce of Lin coln ; secretary of state, James II. Price of Pierce ; auditor, L. R. Crimes of Kit titas : treasurer, O. A. Bowen of Wah kittlum ; attorney generul, W. C. Jones of Spokane ; superintendent of public Bchools, C. W. Bean of Whitman ; com missioner of public lands, W. F. Forrest of Lewis ; state printer, O. C. White of Columbia. The Pittsburg Post publishes a Btory to the effect that the police have discov ered another anarchistic plot to assassi nate Frick. The assassin is the anarchist Aaronstann, of New York, who is u close friend of Bergman and Ein ma Goldman. Aaronstann has been in the city for several days, and it is claimed has been waiting for a favorable oppor tunity to kill his victim. It is said the plot was hatched out in Vienna and was given to the New York police by Vice Council Eberhardt of Austria. The information whb given Eberhardt by an Austrian who arrived in New York recently with letters from high police officials in Vienna. The new York police at once notified the Pittsburg authorities, und a close watch for Aaron stann is Kept about all anarchistic resorts. President Clarkson, of the National League of Republican Clubs, has issued a notice postponing the date for the Re publican National League Convention, hitherto called for Buffalo September 1st, until September 15th. The post ponement, which was made with the con currence of Chairman Carter and the na tional ing of from of ing l>e to says gedy the ing goes, cut and and time the the fair fied the act The - ! and the of tional committee, was made because the harvest of various crops would not be finished by September 1st, thus prevent ing the attendance of a large number of republican clubs in the western .states. At Boise, Idaho, on the 11th, Judge Beatty held that eleven of the Coeur d'Alene rioters were guilty of contempt of court in violating the injunction served upon them restricting them from interfering with the mine owners in the operation of their mines. The judge sentenced the prisoners to terms ranging from four to eight months. Ten of the number who have been on trial were discharged. Thomas O'Brien, president of the miner's union, was held, but bis sentence was deferred pending the hear ing of the Bunker Hill and Sullivan cases. It is understood an appeal will l>e taken and an application for a writ of habeas corpus will immediately be made to Justice Field. An Ellensburg, Washington, special says : Passengers just arrived on the Wenatchee singe report a terrible tra gedy on Mason creek on Wenatchee on the Great Northern line. A man travel ing up the creek alone was held up by three highwaymen, and, so the story goes, was not only robbed hut bis bead cut off. Another man happened along and saw the affair unknown to the mur derers. He went to the nearest camp and told the terrible story. In a short time n large posse was organized and on the trail of the robbers and finally suc ceeded in overtaking them. Owing to the large crowd of pursuers, they had little difficulty ill capturing the mur derers. The man who witnessed the af fair was taken along, and readily identi fied all three. They were strung up to trees without ceremony. At the time the stage left neither the names of the murderers nor that of the victim had been learned, though several claimed to have seen the bodies hanging. The ex act date of the tragedy has not been learned, but it probably was Sunday. Striking coal miners of Oliver Springs, Tennessee, have armed themselves with Winchesters and are resisting • the state militia rent to quell the disturbance. The trouble is over the employment of state convicts in the mines. An effort was made Wednesday to release the con vie;» but tills- was, vie i-ated by state troops who >ecuiod 200 of loo p. isoi.c.a and succeeded in taking them to Knox ville. Governor Buchan an has ordered the sheriffs of Knox, Hamilton, Morgan and Henderson counties to summon aid and proceed at once to Oliver Springs to protect property and prevent the re lease of convicts by the miners. Troops from Chattanooga were side-tracked at Harriman, but will start for Oliver Springs as soon as possible. A dispatch of Wednesday to the Chattanooga Times says : "Major Chandler has just ar rived from Oliver Springs. All his men are captured and the miners are march ing on the Coal Creek mountains." The Chattanooga contingent of the army of Tennessee, numbering 650, is now on its way to Oliver Springs. Under the act of congress authorizing the president to invite foreign naval powers to participate in a naval review to be held in New Y'ork harbor next April, the state department has issued invitations in the name of the president to all the naval powers of the world. In the notification sent the American min isters in the countries invited to sent! ships to take part in the review, it is re cited that the United Stutes will assem ble a fleet at Humpton Roads in the month of April next with instructions to proceed thence to New York harbor and take part in a naval review in con nection with the national exposition at Chicago. The United States fleet will be composed of vessels of the most mod ern types, and the demonstration will further include a reproduction of the caravels which composed the fleet of Co lumbus upon his voyage of discovery. The notification directed the ministers to communicate to the governments to which they were accredited the purpose of the United States and tender a cordial invitation to send a fleet of vessels, which may fittingly represent its power and fidelity, to join the United States fleet in Humpton Roods, April 5. A Chicago disputch says: Treasury Agent Andrew Soehugen has just re turned from Detroit, where he has been for several days investigating the frauds committed in smuggling Chinamen across the Canadian border. He says there is an extensive gang at work aid ing the Celestials in getting into the states. The gang is made up of refugees and outlaws from the United States. They know every foot of ground and despite the vigilance of sixty inspectors who are now patrolling the territory, many Chinamen succeed in crossing. The smugglers are paid 8100 for each pigtail safely landed. Two carloads of foreigners arrive twice a week from Manitoba and are landed at various points near the border between \\ inni peg, Port Arthur and Detroit. Not a few of the smugglers are located at Windsor. They play all sorts of tricks on the heathen, and several days ugo landed a gang on an island which belongs to Canada, and there abandoned them. Soehugen is of the opinion that the smugglers will never altogether be sup pressed. The government is now paying a bounty of 82 a heud for every Chinaman caught on this side who lias no busi ness here. A rigid investigation of the ' fraudulent schemes to gianufacture bogus passports and certificates of j identification is being made.