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READI T COUNTY ANDIN ORDHRTO I T _ PAPER atc be U b liOb e KEEP POSTED The hl l.;pvbuYOU MUST____ VOL. XV: NO. 13. PHILIPS.BURG, GRANITE COUNTY. MONTANA. FRIDAY, APRIL i!19 !)0. PRICE: $3.00 A YEAR. iii i- I ..... i ~__ | ~ ii nl n~ _I ____. • _ •1 KEEP YOUR FEET WARM AND DRY CO TO McLEOD' S Where you ubber Overshoes and Gum Boots (all new stock) for Men, Boys, Women and Children., 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 andin style for less money than you can buy old, worn-out stock TUR BOOT & 88OE MAN TEOD R BOOT & 8H1O MAN KROGRR'8 BERR D R IN K K(RO. R'S BgR IKROGEK'S BREWERY 0 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. *- 4 DON'T PAY SUCH HIGH PRICES FOR CROCERIES When you can buy high grade goods from us at the same price you pay for -cheap groceries" elsewhere. Our stock is large, new and complete and customers can get anything they want at our store and at the same time SAVE MONEY BY TRADING HERE GIVE US YOUR ORDERS Pat McGurk, the Reliable Grocer SMakes Pleasant Driving we will send you. Our rigs are right; we want to prove it to you by sending you one that is right. Ring us up. CITY LIVERY AND FEED STABLES BLACK AND WHITE HEARSES J. J. Carmichael, Proprietor. ALLISON & SHERMAN -DEALERS IN 0 +FUNERAL DIRECTORS*@ * Upper Broadway, _hilipsburg $+************************************ 20'o SPOKANE, HELENA, BUTTE, MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAU -AND POINTS EAST AND SOUTH. TACOMA, SEATTLE, PORTLAND, CALIFORNIA, JAPAN, CHINA, SKAGWAY. DYEA, ALASKA. GEO. B. JOHNSON, Agt. CHAS. t. FEE, P TA PH yPSBUB._ MONT. ST. PI MNN. VESTIBULED TRAINS-DINING CABS. TIME CARD-P. & D. BRANCH. PHILIPSBURG. No. 124, Mixed, departs ........... .9:40 a. m. No. 123, Mixed. arrives ............8.:35 p. m. Daily except Sunday. MAIN LINE- -DRUMMOND. EASTBOUND, No. 12-North Coast Limited...... 8!36 p. m, via Butte. No. 4-Twin City Erpress..........11:20 a. m. via Helena. WESTBOUND. No. 11-North Coast Limited......12:17 a, m. via Butte. No. 3-Pacific Express ........... 1:24 p. m. via Helena. THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT FIXES THE STATUS OF HAWAII. SAMIE AS ANY TERRITORt Justice Fullcr Issues an Order Attach ing the IiEznds to the Ninth Judicial Circuit--A.c, Granted Leave to File a Mction of Appeal-Part cf Rev enue Law Unconst:tutional-Ri;e garding Divorces. Washington. April 16.--The su preme court, through Chief Justice Fuller, has issued an order granting leave to file a motion for a rule against the circuit court of appeals for the Ninth circuit to permit the tiling of an appeal 'n that court from a decision of the supreme court of Hawaii in the Wilders Steamship company case. The rule was made re turnable May 13. Previous to this action a rule was promulgated attach ing the territory of Hawaii to the Ninth circuit, with headquarters at San Francisco. The action of the court in assign ing the territory of Hawaii to the Ninth judicial circuit and at the same time issuing a rule to the circuit court of appeals to show cause why it should not take jurisdiction of an ad miralty case originating in Hawaii Involves an interesting general ques tion relating to our new territorial acquisitions. The application in this case was made by Duane E. Fox in behalf of the Wilder Steamship com pany of Hawaii against Hind, Spreek els and other,. Urnder the set of S31, -rganizing the circuit court of a;:peals, that body would govern jurisdiction in appeals .from the supreme courts of territories, and the supreme court was given authority to assign the ter ritories to the several circuits. But the courts in the territory of Hawaii were organized by the act of April 30, 1900, on a different basis from other territories, and the same distinction was made as in courts of a state as to writs of error and appeals, and the supreme court of the United States made no order assigning the terri tory. The act also provided that cases pending at the date of the or ganization of the territory should be carried on to final judgment and exe cution in the corresponding courts of the territory. It also established a district court, having the jurisdiction of the United States circuit court and district courts. The supreme court of the territory rendered judgment for $55,000 against the Wilder Steam ship company, and when the company attempted to appeal to the circuit court of appeals on April 1, 1900, re fused to entertain the appeal, hold ing that the judgment of the terri torial court was final. Decisions were also handed down holding that portion of the revenue law imposing an export tax on bills of lading unconstitutional, and hold Ing that divorces granted in one state to people resident of another are in valid. HAY'S HARD TASK. Trying to Draft a Treaty Acceptable to the British and the Senate. Washington, April 16.-Long inter views were had between Secretary Hay and Senators Foraker and Lodge, supposedly with reference to the pro posed isthmian canal treaty which is to replace the Hay-Pauncefote treaty If the secretary succeeds in his task of reconciling the views of the senate and the administration. The talks that the secretary of state thus far has had with senators on the subject of a canal treaty have revealed a con siderable opposition to any treaty at all, some senators insisting that noth Ing more is requisite to the construc tion of the canal than the abrogation of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty, and it Is still far from certain that a treaty can be drafted that will command the support of two-thirds of the senate and still be reasonably acceptable to Great Britain. GOING TO HSfAN YANG. Chinese Court Is Preoaring to Leave Sian Fu. Shanghai, April 16.-A dispatch from Sian Fu to the local mandarins reports that the court is preparing to go to Hsian Yang, in the province of Hu Pei. The permanent officials of the six boards are described as hav ing quietly left Peking for Sian Fu in anticipation of the establishment of a new capital. LATEST MARKET REPORT, Duluth Grain. DULUTH, April 15. WHEAT-Cash No. 1 hard 73%c, No. 1 Northern 71%c, No. 2 Northern 6516@ 69%W . To Arrive-No. 1 hard 74Y0, Nd. 1 Northern 72ce, May 72%c, July 710. Minneapolis Wheat. MINNEAPOLIS, April }5. WHEAT-Cash 72c, May 70%c, July 72ic. On Track-No. 1 hard 74c, No. 1 Northern 20o, No. 2 Northern 68OT67923 BOMBARDED HIS PALACE. Italians Punish Sultan of Mijoitan for Contraband Dealings. Rome, April 16.-A dispatch from Aden says that the Italian consul at Zanzibar has arrived at Aden from the Somali coest, where be went on a special mission to break up the trade in contraband. He caused the palace of the sultan of Mijoitan. Ital ian Sou. liland, who was largely con ce'rnu!d inl cntraband transactions, to be b:.nb: rded. The sultan's son was captured and large rquantities of arms a tl amimunition wee:' tulken. Th^ stun,:n (1ed to the interior with a amall fo lowing. Yzn ca's Will Probatad. New Yirk, April 16--The will of the late Fc:"rnaslo Ye:tuga has been ad mitted to probate. Mr. Yznaga left all his property, toth real and person al, value d at about $3,000.000, to his sister, C:nsuelo, the Dowager Duehers of Manchester, making no provision for hi o;ther two sisters, Lady Naker Liston-Kaye and Miss Emily Yznaga, or his mother, Mrs. Ellen M. Yznaga. It has been said that the Dowager Duchess of Manchester will divide the fortune left her with her mother and sisters. Launch Shamrock II Next Saturday. New York, April 16.-David Barrie, American representative of Sir Thomas Lipton. has rceeived a canle message from Sir Thomas that Sham rock II. the challenger for the Amer ira's cn p. woild be la unched on Sat urday next a:nd that the Marchieness of Duffe'rin would christen the vessel. The husband of the marle:iones:s is commoido:re of the Royal Ulster Yacht club, thiough which Sir Thomas Ltp ton's challenge and that of two years aco was ,ent to the New York Yacht Driven Insane by H-lighbirders. St. .fo .. h, :,fn., April .--Li Ching. a Chinemonn. who left San l;r:;nti :co more than a year ago to escape High binretrs aho had ordered his death and wi'u found a temporary asylum in Kansas City, was brought to the state asylum here from Canton, Mo., a raving maniac. He was driven in saw-e by fear of assassination from State Beer Inspection Law Legal. Jefferson City, Mo., April 16.-The supreme court has overruled a motion for a rehearing in the beer inspection case. This established the legality of ti,e state beer inspection law, under which the brewers will be compelled to pay about $250,000 taxes already due the state. A)IVERTISEI) LETTER LIST. Philipsbnrg, April 19 -The following is a, list of unclaimed letters remaining in thle postoffice at Philipsburg, Mont., for the week ending April 17, 1101. Per sons calling for any of the letters named will please sav "advertised:" Earl, Miss Bonnie Larson, Mr.;. Augusta4 Alberts, Harry Price, William Lawrence Hauck. Postmaster. CANDY CATHARTIC 34 a bee. 50". Dructists. Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sold In bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell "something just as good." THE BOSTON STORE PYEIIIPýilB'CTRL, MIVONTANA Going Out o'Business STOCK MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST-We are offering some goods at 2%c, some at 35c. and some at 50c on the dollar. Our goods are all fresh and was purchased for this spring's business. The stock consists of DRYgOOD8 , gLOTHING, SHOES, N IONT, K g, and a Big Variety to Select From. WE cannot mention prices for the reason our stock is too large; but a visit to our store will convince you that we mean business. Here is a chance for everybody to lay in a supply at prices never heard of before in Philipsburg. Remember the Place, next door to Weinstein & Co., Bankers. RESPECTFULLY ...The Boston Store... " " THE CITY ON THE HILL " " FRJOMh 01f ii I~f(1; 1l.A t ( OR IRSI ON DENy . (graniti, Montana, April I,;, 1901. .1Je V. Andrews slent Suilay in hbe I11. M. ('leh n) hats r ,cent, ly orr .,] folint his homeii in Conn v ('or\nwiall, tllitit. V . I. f;tt i : again in (rln itni '. :ftý'" all aIsl o f'' i v'i iltl wetiro s I) lit iil ;i l t i.i> h irsll 'i. I1). N. :tel 'I mn hi , i O'- id t' i: fiOre :- inl (i ', ; . oii.i "r\' , t,( -,,li ly. [llt anilll h , ' . " , El it~ 1 311 1 "- "'111. "1 V M rs. It. D)arl b is Iling -erll isly, ill ;t: her honi of brtlowhinl pio;l;uonmil. i ). IV. ililler I .li-t Sinilday 'or his nai ing claims in Frog P'ti nd basin lHiowairdl Bowlvi e aied upon fr'oienk in tillhe 'hulig S:niiditiay lan;t. J}oe Bohterts attended the srolai] (.!ill) dance in lPhiliasbli g. 1Misis (C-l:.ra McDon]el dr. ,e lup tihe hill Tuesday. (Coriineliis Bresnahan has returned and Imaily be seen ait his aitc(tonmied stand. lliiharid tockdaile, who has bei-n siln ifrinil romii a pri'olilongei lttlacl of plenrisy, is greatly improved. p)oisonitg from in alparently in.si,niii c int injury rei,'hive', ihi the iiiinie. Miss Laura aiiiinnns and (Conirad WVipf Jr. of Philimshi rg visited friends in the city ii few days since. FIt. A. T7iylor. of thei Walker (Joimimner tcal Co., missed lis car a fen\ weIeks ago uid] was iobliged to walk howe. Mli,,ss Iroile Davis, allopilil i.,i d by Charles il"progue. ,t~tnded the \Vot)id rlift f .n ne last Friday niight. 'The ifiat hl f hild it, Mr. an Mrs. ui. '. l'errv has aleen ill drlnii.g I he itsi weik. 'l'he few pleasant spring-like days of last week have increailed the leiiand for lawni lill)wers, R. H. N.llrtiley has ia miost proiiisini chtok'en dog, proof of which unty h. ob. tainud froni Jtntes Willoughbly. The choir of the Presbyterian chiu.rch is lnmaking ireparations for a servie. of song to be rendered in the near future. UNDI)AY AT TIHE CI IIttCilI:. Catholde Church. Sunday-school at 2 o'clock Sunday atPfternoO. ,NFp.opal Church. St. Andrewv's chirclh, Philipsbhnr morning prayer, litany and sermon ait 11 o'clock. St. Peter's churc'h, Grani e, eveninl prayer and sermon at 7:30 o'clocik. Preshyterlau CIhureh. Ph ilipsburg-Services overy Sunday morning and evening. except the even ing of the third Sunday of the month. Hours, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. im. Y. P. S. C E. every Sunday eveninii at 6:30 o',:loek. Sunda) -school every Sunday at 10 a. m. Prayer meeting and bible study on Wednesday evening at 7::)0. Granite-Preaching on the first and third Sundays of each month at 3:30 p. m. and 8 p. m., respectively. Snnday school every Sunday at 2:80 p. m. James B. Butter, Pastor. For Sale-Furniture. Oonsisting of parlor, bed-room and kitchen set. Inquire at the Boston Store. T'lihi' little ppit i. (lr of rnit.ii h vintrg net at il sait el d f,.rl it 1 t, dht-,,; raph tOW ynrt ul, t i II. rinik C. Fl F ital.ltlrm cndtt bi tsr lrer. mitpnt 1V 1 'i -l vi.tl iriti l t ,'o I iivt i it C'onn iti, with lhi ,li,. t, ri's..i hitu s ' Ib i it4 wN ii ; ,Ot ditrt , i a ftv d;,ys . t Il toetl of hrl of iparnt.; Mr. n111 Mirs.. s i- tl , , ilnr tl Staltion Dr. Et'. F. (',n i urtlhm i was ine liwni W tnesdaty, hIoning i ")o m. il t or ('l -ult lol l A . (r . pish i )tIh l-re left for, the tloth. Duain his ;ib-tgece i, wid! rviis thi mthl tu niin~ distrit.ls of the P c,,,,itate of .Al Thie Inaltie, 1 l and e t-nnof ti c li is 'op'll tchurch are i trauizinr a ch, ir. rwhwh 1) fair to hi 1odlent itni eery partitlela r. Thie glround ,-tluirr,.]t are i nci Itorft abroad in the land. Alreadi"V tinhe sprt. e small oy, guni in han(i is visiting their hofti with mrm'dros intent. Th.. (tra.ite Riodl ai d l(;e i T hurn h's renutwed its mi-it ti ti with l lar'i andt einthm iasilti. Itnvin ,rshipi It is fast ile f tlling t tiute-ha orr ,il i:os r ituliol t. William Nortiwy a e.eintlv 15 srnrneld frt a lishing e xcurin at the i the lan s near tranito with a goodly in.mber of trout. tihe little taught i erl tf Mrs. Vatis Page, of Plhiltpshurg. art, visiting their grandrnrt'hts, Mr.a. nd Mrs. Fraill Har vey, of thii- city. C. L. (tihlrlrslvv ltt on Thursday morningsh train for H t tr,' Hot Springs, whearl y h1 s .,te in searh of health. E.:I el c" 'T'hib+::ult hi. l ch;:u+ of his lmsi ", : a .int 3a ,.. h:ihlbrl'.,, s b;lksence. Th, .tvehe < l it (ir;',dte , will close, pre sn-tahiv, aLottt tiht middle of next month. [Ii lenth of term the children of this distriot ham bheen more fortunate hrti those of tdj,,ining districts. ,-tuart Hill. a nephew of Samuel Arthur, and one of the train employees. is quite seriously ill with poenmuouia at the Miners' hospital. (Granit,,. Many ,arnest wishes are expressed for his early recovery. I..dulonable M ilii.nery Another new line of dainty hats and l)ollnets will arrive by iaturd(ay, April Ž20t.h, at Mrs. E. McDonel's millinery parlors. This lot will include ii finer and better assortment of imnported pat tern hats than has ever been shown in this city. T.'hey will be exceptionally fine and stylish. The newest things in flowers, foliage and fashionable trim mings awaits your choosing. Prices, no bottom to them hardly. Mrs. E. McDonel. Leading milliner, Philipsburg. To the Traveling IPulic, The McDonald Steamboat Co. have placed the new steamer, "The Spokane," in service between Coenr d'Alene City and St. J. River points. lboat will make round trips, leaving Coenr d'Alene City Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and returning on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Connect with Spokane train both ways. Rates: Coenr d 'Alene to St. Mary's $1.50, round trip 82.50; Coeur d'Alene to Ferrell's $1.75 round trip$3.00 Sunday excurions figured on. C S.Fee, G. P. A.