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SOF PHILIPSBURG GAIT COUN VOL. XV: NO. 15. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1901. PRICE: 83.00 A YEAR. Ii ~ NII mu N mn. mP n no • nnmnmnnm H wn r . n .' KEEP YOUR FEET WARM AND DRY COT , """"" "-" McLE OD'S Overshccs .nd Gum Boots dall new stock) for Men, Boys, Women and Chilc'drn: all sizes, shapcs ,:nd makes GET A NEW SUIT MADE AT M :LED.,'S. HE GUARANTEES A! FIT. BEST LINE OF CLOTHS TO F1CK FPOM1F IN TIHE COUNTY ANYTHING IN LEATHER GOODS Ladies', Misses', Child;en'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 an din style for less money than you can buy old, worn-out stock THIR BOOT & 8Hh0E iiiN TH E BOOT 7ý SO. M II SKNOGEN'S E 'EWENY M*anufactures the Finest and Purest Beer in the State. * 4 * e Shealnuach. You get a pure hop and malt drink, that's Wiy. ********* 9 "** * * * * * DON'T PAY SUC H HICH 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 oQ "tM MONEY BY TRADINC HERE _GIVE US YOUR ORDERS Pat McGurk, the Reliable Grocer Makes - .A Pleasant Driving \\\ THE fact that we furnish the rig for you 1 doesn't insure the pleasureof driving, S 4 but the fact that we insist on all our horses . b eing the very best and the equipment '.1 , jbeing perfect; you may depend on whatever we will send you. Our rigs are right; we Sethat is right. Ring us up. CITY LIVERY AND FEED STABLES BLACK AND WHITE HEARSES J. J. Carmichael, Proprietor. ALLISON & SHERMAN -DEALERS IN PIOuSI FURNISHIN6Sj 00FUNERAL DIRECTORS4 Upper Broadway, Philipsburg S SPOKANE, S" HELENA, BUTTE, MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL -AND POiNTS EAST AND SOUTH. TACOMA, SEATTLE, PORTLAND, CALIFORNIA, JAPAN, CHINA, SKAGWAY. DYEA, ALASKA, GEo. S. JouNsoN. Agt., CuAs. S. FEE . P. T. A. PBILIPSBUBU. MoONT. .ST. PAUL, MINN. VESTIBULED TRAINS-DINING CARS. TIME CARD-P. & D. BRANCH. PHILIPSBURO. No. 124, Mixed, departs ............9:40 a. m. No. 123, Mixed. arrives .......... :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 Express..........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. NOTIFY ThE MIIMJSTERS MILITARY COMMANDERS OF THE POWERS HOLD A CONFER ENCE AT PEKING. WITIID)RA\\'AL OF T ROOPS Inform the Foraign Repreze;:tatives That A-.m n.u:t of Indemnity Must 3a Fixed ancd Acreed to by China First. GeCrican Erpedition Appears to Have Produced a Ead Et;ect Upon the Country-Chinese Claim a Victory. Peking, April d).--The generals of the powers held a confo,:' e iduring the day to consider the question of withdrawal and deccidid to adnlless a note to the ministers infoniung themn that when the ministers aire able to announce the lunmp sur dtl landled as indemnity and the Chinese have agreed to the principle of payment ar rangenme-nts will be n'a'!e for with drawal. Other matters (iisee'ssc,! were the handing over of the gee-e'rnmennt of Peking to native oinic'ils and the plan for the ccmi.-T.'_ l ti:' l ."mll";, as to whether the .omiianid should he centt(ored in o"e ofinr:'r, or if ea hi comllent . "ho" b)' nil ','lient Rcg rdin:" tl. ..' 'e:r I ' t of p king it was ,id t l!w th Chi trol until the civil vecrnmelnt was entirely in their hands, the military anll exercising paissive s'I'rvirihi. The Germans were virtually iitig!.t in a tran near the Ku Kwvn pai s. A cl'tnrh :-rntl rff :) hd ! 0 ea, c ;i'11ies.| nwh· -; tl'' 'hi:;, , lossers aT, s rid tc 'r heorn nmit . The il rlemsn cxpeiition ie; etturnin:.r leaving the country disaffected, owing to the hardships inflicted upon the population. Altogether the expedi tion appears to have produced a very bad effect. The current Chinese report is that the Germans were driven back by the Chinese troops and is implicitly be lieved by the bulk of the people. A GALLANT FIGHCT. German Troops Displayed the Great est Bravery. Berlin, April 30.-The latest China specials to arrive here show that the German troops behaved with the greatest gallantry (luring the engage ments with the forces under General Liu, storming the stronghold of the enemy even after darkness and in spite of the huge rocks rolled down upon them. The Chinese artillery, al though firing splendid guns made in 1898 at the arsenal in Han-Yang, aimed badly. The Germans demol ished the fortifications near the gates of the great wall. They suffered in tensely from the heat. The German press is loud in praise of the bravery of the Germans. The opinion is generally expressed that General Lu's conduct was due either to the duplicity of the Chinese court or to a state of anarchy which augurs ill for the future. CAUSING GREAT TROUBLE. French Troops and Armed Native Christians in Shan Si. Peking, April 30.-Li Hung Chang has received a dispatch from the gov ernor of the province of Shan Si as serting that 300 French soldiers, ac companied by 2,000 armed native Christians, are within the borders of Shan Si and have caused great dis tress and trouble wherever they have passed. The British have enlisted a number of Chinese at Tien Tsin for the Wei Hal Wei regiment. Liu Kun Yi has asked the throne for permission to inaugurate a sub scription fund in order to assist the government in paying the Chinese soldiers. CHINESE FAMINE SUFFERERS. Minister Wu Will Receive Contribu tions for Their Relief. Washington, April 30.-In connec tion with an organized effort in New York to contribute funds for the fam ine sufferers in China Minister Wu is receiving inquiries from persons out side of New York as to where sub scriptions can be sent. He is ready to accept any such donations and will give proper receipts for the same. His belief is that much of the surer ing exists in the interior, particularly in the Shan Si province, from famine and drouth and from the paralysis of all industries owing to the recent dis orders. Amnesty Will Be Extended. Washington, April 30.-It is said at the war department that the amnesty granted by General MacArthur in a proclamation issued to the Filipinos. which expired last autumn and was extended by the Philippine commis sion to May 1, will he extended again by the Taft commission to about July 1, when it is expected that the civil government in the Philippines will be instituted. HEAVY SHORTAGE CHARGED. Governtent Brings Suit Against Lieu tenant George A. Reed. Des Moines, Atpril 30.-Li utenant Geo 'g- A. Reed, acting commissary of the Fifty-first Iowa volunteer infan try. is charged with being short $.:22, 442.24 in his accounts with the fed eral overinement and suit has been insritiutl against him 1)" United Stati - District Attrney L.cwis M\il~s in ithi name of the United States. It is ll.hrged in th ' p tition tli h t lieon ten:u t Reed. whi.' on duty in th.. r,, s id ia ,:t "a n F r r:n c.i c ,, n . -r iv , - ::)2 -dl, i'" i n-n y ri .i.0- i - Whn-i b- : !lh not acc·ountrll-d : I frr thi , .e. " "hi : h ht.. tiii t'l goy,' qne, nt. 1,n' . iah i th!s. c-'-"'l:1t . (- otil: F ".t}h, I,..t iln. nc< ITil r, inn no- b t: b1,'t I' "in:', llii. '!h: claim of 1I-' ,.:, rlmnl was i pilr1 nid siwaiin ti o by '. 1' Ritt - -,n. ,P'litor for ti- weye' d-'nari tr nm ,;t 'a-hiiington. .' itfer nt !c rl c ai., : - :fl offi-r of t- fifty- r.-'t -nl -lti-nh -lilin finrom -- , Y ninr.. hit hon' , i . h] was n,, ,-t atthidr to iitllr of tlhe com pnni.' ,,'nt rout from heimi. Li-'to ant I 'n1 held a comlliniqi-inl and serre I for a time as adnjulant and tile: is acting conmmissary. '"'ILL MAKE NO TRIP. Forr .r S-.-ator Hill Denies Ccntem ,'I n. a Prio ,icai Taur. Sv. N. Y., .April t0.--Cx- .,r not i - .id . I ill i,.es nut tihe fol ov' i "I't mnl-t: th" :" whici i s .r'init i the I' n '!- of ] s tiat l :I , ,n `: ..ting t, ' n .' n,1t n .litiu, t ri - ll, thrount-;h the e ti :'"i r "ius either thi.s year or e- -o t - that i din nt i o-a rtci - . te -ilh alrils t . l -it -"' ' H-- i v t''hat in -c , nip i"t ton 't flint " ' that it .va imnipo ,ihlt ano r a: til ac i anirltonmr'nt of the S:il state fun'lher lpositively- that I at noiit a enlndilatl, for the Demo cumt-, nominclicn in 15 0.. I a neitli r seeoking, the nomination nor expr irti-g it. I re-gard all such anr gestionii of candidates at this time as prenieture and Inadvisable. No man can now tell what will, or ought to be done. in 1904. Chicago Grain and Provisions. CilIcA.o, April 2d). WH EAT--April 72 1,r, M ty 72,i@72%o, July 7.- i(473-eo . COIRN-April 481. . May 4Aidr,, July 155% 4c. OATS-April ,56%c, May 2:i%:, July PO1RK -April $14.17%, May 814.4714, July $1.6i7%. FLAX-Cash Northwest 81.l1, No. 1 1.6-qu 1.6i1, May 81 64, Sept. 81.27. POULTRY-Dressed chickens i. 9ic, turkeys 8@10c. BUTTER-Creamery 14@18%e, dairy 11 (170. EGGS-Fresh 12@ 12%o. CANDY CATHARTIC 4S4 2oc. e. All Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sold In bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell "something just as good." THE BOSTON STORE Z'1ILZ.WnlBVRnmQ, MONJANA Offerings that you can= not afford to overlook 50c Men's Checked Jumpers, going at..............25c $15.00 Men's Black Clay Worsted Suits, going at..$7.50 50c Men's Black and White Striped Overshirts, going $1.75 Children's Kne3 Pants Suits, gray mixture, going at ............ ..... ................ 20c at......................... ........... 90c $1 25 Men's White Laundered Shirts, somewhat soiled, $1.75 Children's Fancy Vesty Suits, going at...... 95o going at...................................35 c 82.90 Children's Fancy Vesty Suits, beautifully trimmed 500 Men's Muleskin Gloves and Mittens, unlined, going going at............ .$1.45 at ........................................25c 10c Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, going at.......... 5...c $1.25 Men's Bucking Mittens, going at ..............G5e 25c Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, full seamless, going 50c Light Weight Underwear, going at..........25c at ......................... ...............10 15o Men's Linen Collars, going at ....................3c 15c Children's Black Cotton Hose, ribbed, full seam 10c Men's Cotton Socks, going at .................5c less, going at............. ....................80 $8.00 Men's Brown all-wool Suits, sizes 35 to 38. going ....able Oilloth, g . at ....... ............................ .5 c Best Quality Table Oilcloth, going t........2....lSc $12.50 Men's Black Worsted Suits, fancy lining, going 8e Best Quality Anioskeag Gingham, going at......40c at......................................$6.50 10 Fancy Colored Lawns, going at .................. 5 . ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF a RUGS, ART SQUARES, LACE CURTAINS,ETC AT JUST HALF PRICE; IN FACT, ALL OUR GOODS ARE BEING SOLD AT A GREAT REDUCTION SO AS TO ENABLE US TO MOVE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE THE BOSTON STORE, UPPER BROADWAY LARGE CROWDS GREET THE CHIEF M'AG!STRATE ALL ALCNG THE ROUTE. IS A UON't VINI'OUS OVAT'.1lION "53:,, i ..: ., o h U verr!ti ' r.` . i'" fl3 riy'i F'i,3 .encc CQ.at 1s ..'n;hus 33tn. Ibi.' It, 313','333 . .'3'' l n 'r o ; I i'a h '' 33 *::i: 1:., a: A I... ,3 , III'' tIi 33al~i:!ar u3 ' ,! .3333' ra' ' n . 1. " 3 Iii h ln a; c3 313 Wl~ : I l)1 an ti1 ,'3 ''! tl till' h, ar 1' a-. il, Vi 'ril lt s a : ' t : .,;i , 13, 3'~i V 1'fý it 111 l ': H1 1(331' tioil fcc~i ti), 111t ' lll 11' ti ! 'l 3'1;(ift in=; on. a t);) ":", .t ii'. a ;133 ,33331 il 'i CENTURY hPREITIUM5 ALINE:XTOR. Designer, Household (1u- to), WAi'",n H HIo- (on panion, Cosmopolitan, Suneess. MetlUr. 's, Leslie'; lbpular .Month ly, Munsey's Magazine,. Home Magaziu (Ne, York). 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