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VOL. XIV: NO. 45. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1900. PRICE: $3.00 A YEAR. m~mm toiu~ un mu KEEP YOUR FEET WARM AND DRY. CO TO McLEOD'S Where you can get Rubber Overshoes and Gum Boots (all new stock) for Men, Boys, Women and Childrens all sizes, shapes and makes GET A NEW SUIT MADE AT McLEOD'S. HE GUARANTEES A FIT. BEST LINE OF CLOTHS TO PICK FROM IN THE COUNTY ANYTHING IN LEATHER GOODS Ladies', Misses', Children's, Men's and Boys' Light and Heavy Shoes at Prices that are Right, I buy right and can sell you goods that are new and in style for less money than you can buy old, wornwout stock THE BOOT & 8HOE MAN I'EOD E BOOT SHOE MAN KROOER'S BEER D R IN K (ROUER'S BEER KROGER'S 5REWERY Manufactures the Finest and Purest Beer in the State. * When you buy Kroger's beer you skip the impurities that give you headache. You get a pure hop and malt drink, that's why. . I:T'.'L= T7 ECT., 1VXO.T ANA, There Is a Feast In Store , FOR THE FAMILY Whose Housekeeper Makes Her Purchase at McGurk's Grocery, Broadway and Holiand-St. Nothing But the Best Goods Kept In Stock. Every Good Thing Which the Season Affords at Prices That Cannot Be Resisted. "'"-mr °.=." ".07 GIVE Us YOUR On DERS"y ; ;, ;;; Pat McGurk, the Reliable Grocer CITYLIAIY ANDS LES 'BUSSES TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS. Stages for Anaconda and Granite. -First-C has Ser ene. BLACK AND WHITE HEArSES J. Carmichaei, Proprietor. BLACK AND WRITE H-EARSES J. J. Carmichael, Proprietor. 7 WA~~ ALKER COMMERCIAL CO PRICE_ GRANITE, MONTANA PICE SG:-RE OFF ON OUR ENTIRE LINE OF - X LADIES' READY-TOWEAR GARMENTS X Including All Silk and Satin Waists, Skirts and Petticoats. 1THEY WERE CHEAP BEFOREN THEY ARE CERTAINLY BARGAINS NOW. SEMI-ANNUAL INVENTORY SALE 1 ALL OFF ON X MEN'S AND BOYS CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS X These Prices Are Special for a Short Time. You Can Have Share of the Gain If You Hurry Up! PLAIN WALKER OMMERCIAL CO PLAIN FIGURES GRANITE, MONTANA FIU R AFTER AGUINALDO Genoral Mac-tboles Prepared to Pursue the Filipino Chieftain. Has a Hundred Picked Natives to Assist the American Soldiers. OTHERS OFFER SUPPORT Are Ready if the Authorities Will Make Use of Their Services. Insurgent Leader Is Supposed to Be in Northern Part of Luzon. MANILA, Nov. 21.-General Maca boles, the native chief, is prepared to proceed in pursuit of Aguinaldo with 100 picked natives, supporting the American troops. Other ex-rebel chiefs are offering their support, their offers have not been formally accepted, but they are ready if the Americans will accept their services. Aguinaldo, it is supposed, is in North. ern Luzon, according to statements made by ex-rebel leaders now in Manila conferring with other Filipinos. Aglipada, a renegade native priest, long an insurgent leader in Northern Luzon, has written to friends in MI iila csking for election news and asking to Io informed whether a decision has been reached concerning the relations between church and state and the dis. position of church properties. The re plies sent him contain the information that church and state will be separate and that entire religious freedom will be allowed. MR. HOPKINS' OPINION, Next TIouse *of i[I)' reseiltati;ve 1V1R 1 ]Hf,,ve 15 or . II ,ro 'lt.nle bera. WASHINGTrN, NoV. 21.-1Re!)resenta. tive Hopkins of ilninois, chairman of the house conomnittee on cesuss, wich committee will have charge of the leg islation eff:etuing the apportionment of the huouse, ln discussing; the geniedl cubject of rea pportiounm..nt, said: "The committee on cc(nsIsLC will me.)t during the first week of the soe sicn to frame a .ll provi'ding Lor reap':rt,:l mont. I thl:k that a lr)position v,.1 be alopted winch will i cr,: ,r L snt lec rit'sk i}) , the hour.0 . has been ntliu;,l . d th at .,-o 1nti ori': Oine lOltllis flor (very i. ',0 . isi'i i s l l'l!: / I.. OI e is o'th' l l; l i' I the , i:" :i!"0 ". ±his pi'oposPiton wv, , , on8, il an i('rail s.dti memlubrsh'ip . fronm 1i to f() m.tillters. "According to calcula tions I li0 made this rearIollrtioutiielLt would .[ 1 members to the house from Now Yot'k oiud Illinois and perhaps other stI, :s. States like Nebraska and MI-inI mig~ht lose mecmlbrmie by the proposed laxw. Saxne of tihe tSout0hern states light al1so suffer fr'.oot thll proportion lareed upon, althoutli to v:x' sat eout calnnot, now t;o astertailedl." RURAL FREE DELIVERY. assistant postmaster General. e sasfor Itthi s urig Expast ion, is conclusiNGTve o sNov. 21.Lt hereafter it muastic plea for a wide expansding fea rural free delivstery is made in th an nual report of VWilliaum Johnson, first assistant postmaster general. He says that the extraordinary development of this system during the past 12 months is conclusive of showing that hereafter it must be a permanent expanding fea ture of the postal administration. Under ordinary conditions a full route is coasi lered to be 25 miles, so devised that the carrier does not pass over the same ground twice in the same day. The pay of the rural car riers is now from $400 to $530 per an uum. There are no civil service re strictions, nor restrictions as to sex, but itis inexorably required thatappointees shall be of good character. VICTIM OF PARESIS. Charles H. Hoyt, the 'ell Knowon Il'ay. wrigh', )les at Charlestown, N. H. CHARLESTOWN, N. H. Nov. 21. Charles H. Hoyt, the playwright, died, at his residence here of paresis, from which he had been suffering for several months. Ever since his return to Charlestown, after his release from a private asylum at Hartford by order of the court early in August, it has been known by his attendants and nearest friends that his condition was critical and there was little or no chance for his recovery, but Mr. Hoyt apparently had seemed hopeful. Addressed by Minister nWu. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 21.-Wu Ting Fang, the Chinese minister, delivered an address before the American acad emy of political and social science. The auditorium was filled with men and women of the city who came to hoar the Chinese diplomat. Mr. Wu's sub. ject was 'The Cause of Unpopularity of Foreigners in China." Ask Irish Melnber's to Stay at Holne. DUBLIN, Nov. 21.-At a meeting of the directors of the United Irish league, John Redmond presiding, a resolution calling on the Irish members of parlia mef.t not to attend the house of com mons in December but to stay at hotne and make a success of the convention for perfecting the Nationalist orgauiz 1. lion was adopted unanimously. rI'wa Hlnrticulturtsts M.eet. MUSCATINE, Ia., Nov. 21.-The istt annual convention of the Southeastern Iowa 1'rticuitural sooietv is iu s:.3 sion Lire. Prominent fruit grower: from s;hi aarts of the state are precen:. STAtNDING ARMY OF 50,000. F e:s.i c~ ntlll . !l W .l (;.I'*ven ; '.weI to loubli)he :N.:'- Yo or, Nov. 21.--Ifigh oflicials con.:otered1 with the war dllparttiia it, is , i! l lunlc 'd in a T ir nI -.ta d i;1 at.c l fro.! \W, sh.,g tea, say that thelu trn not g into e as k co nigres for a r.tr:a.. t l t i':ltit I rtr'ug.l t Of 1t ý,10 1)')0 11.011 for the roiuhlar aitnl or for an addtlitiotl ,. t nhe numbter of oliieclr: now ont the it is .'arne' d 0o11/ :1uL .riiiit Iotree 1; in the , i-'de artm n h lilt, t aL .ill i. 14.). 1t',. i;'. ",, h ) i CONT;i-;U S SEiRi CU3. daily. The bulio}tu ', ; oin out Ly thu physiciansi:i less huop;ful than for ,ot), tim% t, and, it indicaro.e that his coitii(Ltlo is extremnly etitical. Ti0 (leli'itum coutinues iltore agngravated, andl IroI: nearly coutinuous, indicating that the niophiitic malady, winch divdop .1 about 10 days ago, is getting slowly but steadily worse. At Sonatcr Davis' house it was stated that the physicians had reported their patient as being stronger than for the last two days. Food and a tonic were taken in the usual quantities and di gested without discomfort. The ability of the stomach to receive and of the system to assimilate nourishment is the one factor upon which the senator must rely in his battle. WANTED A TRANSPORT. Reason for the Seizure of a British Ves sel by Colombia. PahNAMA, Colombia, Nov. 21.-The seizure of the British steamer Taboga by Colombia was due to the fact that the agent of the Pacific Steam Naviga tion company, to which she belonged, refused ta sell or charter the vessel for the purpose of conveying government troops to Buenaventura, which was be sieged by the Liberals. Therefore, the governor decreed the seizure of the steamer and proceeded to the relief of Buenaventura with troops, ammuni tion and provisions. The British con sul here, C. E. Malt, entered a strong protest against the seizure of the steamer, but it was of no avail. He then communioated with his govern. ment on the subject. No reply has yet been received from London. Rear Admiral Otembel Dead. Nzw YoaK, Nov. 21.-Rear Admiral Roger N. Stembel, retired, died from pneumonia in the Fifth Avenue hotel. He would have been 90 years of age next month, and with the exception of Thomas C. Selfredge, the elder, had more years of life and service than any man in the rank of rear admiral. NINETIEE KILLE) Mississippi and Tennessee Visited by a Terrific Tornado. Loss of Life and Destruction of Property Believed to Be Heavy. TELEGRAPH LINES DOWN Isolation So Complete That but Few Details Can Be Obtained. Bodlesof Some of the Dead Are Carried Three Miles by Storm. M3EMPHIS, Nov. 21.-A tornado'bound ing through a narrow stretch of terri. tory extending from a point three (miles north of Lula, Miss., to La Grange, Tenn., caused a heavy loss of life and property. The storm so com pletely interrupted telegraphic and telephonic communication that neither the origin nor the ending of it can be learned. From meager details obtain able it appears that 19 lives were lost. The destruction of property was heavy. It is believed that in the cyclone's path between the towns heard from numer ous farm houses and interior communi ties of more or less considerable popu lation were struck, and these being cut off from the outside world, were una ble to give notice of their disaster. Ac. colipaiying the tornado was a rant ;tormin of cousiderabl., proJpor'tionls. .Iu La Grange not a ccurchl is left stin:'ling except thre Elplcopal. The stl.'uts are littered wvit:t the dtobris o,f S,.;troy, ld ' }uildinh gs, :n.'.ro indtii:.: , ttu. gr.ith and teliephcae wr,:,; tlan pol s.. At I :t i't.c pesu s " it'tttS o tl:( :d six ,;a u rJ.. A p1,rfct 1 (,18)4, 1f Ia n 11'. ~ .' .0'' li_ 0 -, :. t thi' cyclonie cial ., Lu. itsl, ivalAic ,'as l. rc u d , by a ' to'Lr. Iiig, rs r i.11,. I! .u.. , iOll' . i y (<tl , h .Avy . i',g g 'i I ii tL y rnsolrid oct t.1i"i1i tol ii ,"J . . . I, ., - i.' Hi OLDA Y 80 OK .hWich Is aore lltensie 'c.his Year Than ijhe~ Before, N EITHIER pains nor ,xpens;e hnve tbeen con S sidered in the selection; no btetter assort ment has ever been showii in the state than you will find at our store. rThere is no need of your sending east for anything; you will find something in our stock that will cost you less than the ex press charges on something you might order from the riff raff catalogues. REMEMBER WE HANDLE -Dolls and Toys Books. Pictures, Toilet Cases, Leather Goods, Cut Glass, Decorated China, and Bric-a-Brac of Every Possible Variety. Prices? Well, you come and see the goods and if you wish to buy we will guaran tee to satisfy you on prices. There is plenty of time yet, but if you will call at once it will make the selection ever so much easier. SINCERELY M. E. DOE & CO. BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURG, MONT, sons are reported killed between Love Station and Coldwater. The tornado made its appearauce at about 3:30 o'clock and swept everything in its path. Treec were uprooted and fences anrd outhouses were leveled to the ground. Telegraph: and telephone wires are down. Details are lacking. Reports fromt Lulul, Tunica county, state that three negroes were killed, their bodies having been carried a dis tauce of three miles by the wind. Many outhouses were razed to the ground and tihe damage to crops cannot now be estimated. DETAILS MEAGER. A Score of louildings Destroyed and Two Lives Lost at La Verges. NASHVILLE, NOV. 21.-The Nashville and Chattanooga depot and 18 other houses were demolished by a tornado at La Verges, a station on the Ashe ville and Chattanooga road 96 miles south of here. More than a mile of telephone and telegraph wires were de stroyed and details are meager, but it is known that a man by the name of Robertson and his child were killed and the section boss injured. There is another break in the wires at West Harpeth, a station 25 miles south on the Louisville a-id Nashville railroad, but no particulars can be learned. Columbia, Tenn., Visited. EBIMINGHAM, Ala., Nov. 21.-A tele phone message from Columbia, Tenn., says a number of persons were killed and great property damage done by a storm which passed over that place. JOSEPH MANLEY IS OUT. Vetertan Chairmal:tn Resielgn. From the Republic,,an (Conlllittee. AUGUSTA, Me., Nov. 21. - Joseph Manley, for 1i years executive chair man of the Maine state Republican comrmittee, has sent his resignation as a member of the state committee to Bryan F. Boyd, the secretary, to take effect in the new year, when the in. coming committee is inaugurated. Mr. Maulhy hls served continuous for 20 years o)il the comllnitteo, and for 19 years as a Ime:lbi): of the executive COil.1 t t t'. SHOWS AN INCREASE. K ,lllonike ()otlll)u' for 190(, E,]limlated at SEA'rTI.!:, Y;,Vis.., Nu,. 21. --Dufferein Patuoall', hin ',.rk .1' tit gold com missionl"''s ',fi!( ;: i ): ,'..I, "stimnates the last :usl;i '. it.:, iutpult of 0(10 for , 1i. .u.,.r . r ;:' output 01of ti( lh : ike, o ta,. i, y,.11 reach , I·, ) , ('I,. r K '. K '