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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO zoS. MILES CIT 1, ,MONTANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1807. PRICE FIVE CENTS McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY, 301 -ib~ 4 l It tI)c` AMrs Liiilc.t~tt rt ·..·*l~i nr Ast tlr g\ill he;;it ".t:i in Paeris for the cuistordy i t r l;.tei St". rcccntitV "fit it lii'tirtcc r". ar ii tic Stimert, in J.tk. ta, thi't nte ai"tW.rditig leer tic thu!~. r .ltlt I-ire the cltlirt ".;'n hit. lihe irStI tc~ 'i i h 't - ti'" th( 1. 1 ;r1 ". tent Itl 1111 cciric ' ,at is':tItj. . It 'tlayt " in- a it t t. I tlli, f it III' ""I" j~t' I nt 1 t ,L t ii1_ "'i lt A t -alt'ii.. ; \\l'ub I! intl telri~!!t ', cti Its ttiiIr, mti\ t e i l-Ilt ii', l'll l it re-lli, It . ll t'l L Il it'. ' I, i, t lltl Itt a ilotll I.it'!t t! I of ii" ' l~ lt t~t~l tilt' cc.tiicr t *,ttt 114 t 1111 ;l . h 'I 11111! 1 "1 chcaitcc jrt.!.. lt l' erc.lI .\ reI it ý ccli a, it. Iiii icyt.h t. D. RR. (. ItEIiI. PH"IYIt'I.\. 11 snu'IEttN. !re at WE ae . . . FI il. ..a;t. .rlt .|tn lrzt IInI It.t).rtt..hf1.gr, ittie,.,t i W. E. ,.v.s,,i lirtitV Stor:,. I1i. LEfnt' fRE . 1. I PHYVft II.N a1nd S4' iEON. i.e and r.id.ni .ain 1 Sitl t. talr ToInth. St. Whitsle.. DIENTIST. ain ,treet over Sto.kgrk.wrre National Ilank Work g.larantm...l i nd at reaamahle piric. . 'HI't H lE. LPI1StOPAL manmuorl ('thurch ro. Palnmr and rteth streets. Satri r Sunday at It a.m. and 4 p.m. Hl teauaaaono first SWuday in acal month after morni merice. 'v. J.T Pritchard. Retor. DIN'3T ta :re r Eirtth and ff t atruta Nirve at ll ma. a aI I.p.m.. yr mseting Wednesday ervaC. Rev. P.O. HO la, Pastor. P BRSYTERLVN Courch (orner Main Street and Montana Avenne. Servier muandays at it a.m. and 7:t p.m. lRv. Ja,. Dnlap. Pantor. ClATHOLI(' 'hrc* h of tte Sacred Heart ('orner of Main and Tth Streeta. Serria fist and third Sundays of the M muth. High Masu at IlM a.m. Sunday Shrat pI. m. Vespers and Menedotloa at 7 9t p.m. A. V &P A. W. Yelow.t ota No. I: meet at.Masni Hail on at and third Wednesdays L 0. ) v. ('cuater Lodgee Noa.i. meets mt their hai every Monday airht. Sentrl ram t mnt i set fi and thi.d Fri. day of aab month. D. a P. t'riader Lodg So. . inrt. at Oddl 1-t X hail onth th Seat and third Thurdays of t_- mnnth. S. at . Calratt ane Cale.e R. masts the f itlsu Y VdYI I)I~ .t1.1 1'H: /ttp Il? ~ t..t 1 et., 1.!iellw * t ."n ll r. .l ( I~te 11,111-h 1".. ettyt ºI~tl iý: t on:. i".!1}r~r f., Ii i ii 4.1' i11i.1',111 46l11 h. ll lIrititilt fttreijlti titinttitr. in rije.trd to, thec troultie inl I-~gyyt. iii whitit it wnit ."Ittut Ltalls. Jan. 1:. A1.1 I ing~lrir illif~nn ittit writht est l tel iont rent iim itltrillt todding tot . tithet Firt of Utit Hrittiuit. tittit hntttdt~ to iniotiitn titi· i nd.rtnletn.t of tin- kintijo-. TrEI.: iird.LTiihII-:. I nu(I alie in l1 ." wetsn)r l·) HI *illttali, ll 1lt-i ..· I ll fl. 1 .uier voloi teof txnt l it o I hu tils ass.-..illn-for- Unitedti htisrt ii ftlr Pi stf ii,. kith. -l un ;j n thaln. lIth iiit s II va st.i hi Ii blloits iiiitiil.!dasl I hdIr tutu daltl. ;tntad thtere it t It-ti tii ttul i ii ,ti tiolfin t il"tlsti n ld , :I'mi . Suu t-It- itt So it ) li. liirn. N il111, l\i, of the kind. happened. how·I~ll~l~· .'i r. ;..dtite, w.s n ! ee ,; .uucli 110 ..tll fora ii~r ;tr of aplif a s.". man~rc 11-1 tityo.. cte nd('ak o.tiny Yre te11x,. I:od afterliNl l .ii t-.;'n a ndl .hle.aatI its' till' of all business t-flire. it atldjournied ftr IlI day at half past three oI-le,' k in thei tf tertlnnl. It utas in collllittt.e of the whole three timets during the day" and got thel e llnal.yss and anti-Pinkerton hills through that stage of legislation. They will now comlle up It-fore the house for tinal ection. The enpllloyea bill in its presntlt shatlm., umakes thie athic.er of the housne cinsist of aI speaker at Oit a day: a slpaker pro tern without extrai comlaIn satiut; a chief clerk at $10 a day and an assistant at $I8: a Iergeant-at-arms. an engr.seing clerk. and an enrolling clerk at .6 each; and allow, the house to em ploy an assistant sergeant-at-arms at $7i: a journal clerk and a stenographer at 68 each; a doorkeeper, a janitor. two watch men and flfteen comumittee clerks at M1i each; and tour pages and chaplain at 68 each. The pay of similar ofcers of the senate corresponds with the compensa tion of those in the house. It was pro posed to pay the speaker pro tem of the house and the president pro tern (A the senate I84 each a dlay, or ti more than their regular per diem. but this was stricken out. The compensation of assistants that may he needed by the engrossing and enrolling clerks was made the same as that of committee clerks, instead of paying by the folio. The anti-Pinkerton bill was changed romu the orginal by reducing the resi dence requirements of deputies to one year in the state and six months in the county, just one-half of what the author proposed. a'elms lsgar :cap Poeor. H.'MANA, Jan. 19. -Reportsfrom sever al districts announce a decrease in this year's crop of sugar, and it Is stated that in the district of Sagna the cane is fast disappearing in the ields. The yield in sugar falls considerably below the gener al average. It has continued to rain. though with less intensity. The appear sea of the Ields are much improved, but the etect on the yield, if there is any prodneed. will not he perceived un til snm time has elapsed. The divergency between planters and tenants at 'ieaftueges a to the price to he paid for cane continues unabated, and the sugar manufacturing is on this account stuck delayed in several central totwhies The Havana Weekly Repust sas The fears which prevailed regarding the Stobaco crop in the Vasita Ahaisr have 444:444. 4)Ic· e 44 ;24444 1 (',.. -~ -ti Iir l'lI~41~44 1~1 4*l1n 44. 411)4414 2 if 44 1 444 rt'4 I·trc 4.4 I'iK-.,tir:ar MJi('cztrhiI .~42ri44' 'Juil. I th<~~,is l j' v ~' nt '444 1141 ilE' I .44)42 thai, huh ia Cariir(. The PacH~iti.: Ma~il ani. 4(Une4'41 a cuit on ycene~ra inerchaln ilaia' for thli, line· reilcing6 the rates n,nl ic1(4 to id ~u te. 'I'Ii Hour rate iN 4'44lnt ml 114 1.. :ir~. atnd iai Itittiler the 444~w l44t·in 444 $4 thoufand.s inateadc itA $24l. TI..c· ut talkea eiffect jE~r the· ,ttican leI~ii4'ir i~t l),. .1. The Silanieh-Am.'ri l~ci .454',i'4444.4 444 j~lc ,44'r4 in 4444 itli*',· 4'~cclf. 44Ij444114144c.. It 444 thalt 44t Rur~. 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He believes that the monetary confer ence will resume its sessions in May,and hopes to be able to return at that time. Owing to his position as senator he is unable to accept invitations to address meetings and commercial centers in (Great Britain. The sase WLhy The Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul railway is the favorite: It is the oldest and was first in the field. Its train service is the very best. It is the first to adopt improvements. Its sleepers are pslaces on wheels. It runs elegant drawing room sleepers on all-night trains. Its trains are lighted by electricity. It runs luxurious chair cars on day trains. It is the only line using the electric berth lamp. Its dining car service is unexcelled. Its trains run polid to Milwaukee and hicagho. It is the best route to St. Loul4snd the south. It is the best route toKanIs City and the west. It runs four trains daily to3Mlwatakee and Chicago. It runs two daily trains to St. Louis and Kans City. It is the goernament fast et mail route. It is popularly styled the Old Rela ble." It taurnshes sasety. comfort and speed to patrms. For infemat.om as to the lowest rates to all points in the United Sates and Canada vin "The liwase, " apply to. amy coupsa Us ti t asset. or to JL TCu.aa ar i~t Ib tihatUma. 11'T!v:W1\.*li . 1P!' aT i iihlI rP|frt if ! . m ." (' li:a, ;lIuit ri il t ,of 1t.*" inth, ,"'r rfilr I-. : )' shows }.9t thoneT .I E*1 traes for the ;u'lr. as cosaaijares. with 2.!I.AI duri.ng 1.)1. Of thlu untlwtr rh}u task hoIs'sti.lads in Manitlba anl British C('olunltia last '.ear. 51:3 cal,e fro,n the lUnited States. I)uring the y,.l 1.i2 sttlers ltlrchase, landl fron tll. ('ansalian Pacifjic railwayl . Icluhlilg 1.)l from ti. L'rnited States. TWO GCLLi..;5' WORTH. What .ire Mine.tss' ( ssversatlion Ameubsu ed Tu. OSeen(.-A long 4li.'t. lce telephone of.lee In New York. Clerk in charge. Enter a man in a hurry. Man in a lurry-Can I telephone to Boston here? Clerk-Yes. sir. Man in a Hurry-How much do yoru charge? Clerk-Two dollars for five minutes' conversation. Man in a Hurry-All right HRing up Bostmon and get ume the Public library Whir-r-r-r. Clerk (in 'phone) - Hello: (ive me Boston. [Panuse. Hello! BRtton? I want the Public lilrary. Pasow. I Hello: Pute lic library? Here you are. sir. Man in a Hurry (in 'phone,- i1-llo: is this Boston? Voice in "Phoney - - - Man in a Hulrry--Of co'urne. I know that. I didln't think I was talking t, tie whole city. VWhre are you at* Voice in lPhone - - !ian in a .Hurrv --('ol',nsnd yor lin p.dente! I dlldnl't ask yon iluavthllu;.a about eliling seliteIle.s with llrelsaitin.ll. I wanlt the Pulllic. lilbrary. Voice in Pholie - - - Malun in a Hurry Well. why didn't you say so at first? We haven't sot nuo tinle in New York for prilMesitionsi. Ttll -what : that? Voic in P - -- - Maln int ait Hurry (shoutilng at the top of his voice)--.llllnsing .lnlsterrl Ist vyou supposl l'mul going to ltir' twenty faour dollars an hour to hasve you telach slu" gru.lnanar through sa telephone? Clerk (initerrlmisigi--if vym talk int anI ordlinalry tolue of voice. sir yosls will eI hbeanrli ilh Ietter. Mitan ai i Hurry -t'oanlfondil you let *•le alone! F'ius talking ha an idiot :ss' miles otut oif uly reacIh. (lerk utplls+ stu tlutallly --Excuse nai sir Man in it Huirry -t'elhi' li...n Psllt lie library! I wa-nt tot talk ion a liatter of great illl.,.staiime. with Mr. Sllllsth. sVoice in Phrasot -- - sflaln in a [larry -Smiith. S l I 'I' I Smith! lVoitce in P'ho.. - - - - Slan in a flurry By nil that's et rtne tie! I dont' ;are whether 1he sl€Is his name with a V sus an I. Is Hi; INt Voice in Pl,,eu -- -- - Man in a Hurry (epileptically) The.. why in thnndesr and all the ele.mlue,t didn't you nay s, at first? iteewiilltkns. If I had you here I'd - Clerk- Five smi:ntes are opi. idr Whir-r-r-r. - I. H (traluun liewey is i.fe. Cnutdsl't Trast the BNy. A Lewiston ltan with the colic went into a down tbwn drug store Wednes day, where he Ilha been accuetomed to do business with the proprietor. A new clerk confronted him. "Where's Mr. - ' said he to the clerk. "He's oun. Anything I can do?" The gentleman hesitate and looked at the clerk. HB. was an immature youth with a self con ildeut look about him If the gentleman wre not generous and considerate he might term him "fresh." "Well," said the Lewiston gentleman, "I don'tknow. Do you know anything about the bus. nos You seerve been accustomed to deal with Mr. B--. Fact is, I'm not feeling welit save a return of a cholera attack. Mr. B- usually gives me some hot drops. Do you know anything about it?" iue youth looked at his Arn attent as though he had been in the usiess fty years and had killed a r nent of patients. "Oh.yes. Let' see. You've got a kind of cholera tnfautanm ain't yet, way down low t yerstomach?" The Lewiston man looked at the youth Sbe handled the bottles, and he idds You needn't mind, young man. You've oted the pan all right, but I'm to. -- tobe treated for that disease by young man who is liable to be curled up with it at any moment." The clerk doesn't know now what the customer -mst.--Lewisto Journal. That aee the War 1.e fed St. "Your husband is not looking well t. night. Mrs. Bisymer.' "He isn't. and I'm not surprised a "Not Has he been overwareking him self "It Isn't that so mch: t' e hit orgi as-ity. Why tha ma is strek by m origainhl Mes that hIs mind mon be one masso brises."--lsten b A wiry spemnhuge e iu n e at -- dit Wuales, w ob b taild to ba the longest an dlm t is l . wayti. It is .4a0 bato in teleage. which would mask It two anem hmd 08-a bm tiinmklg ar -eeem eat as a stamdai. eas sl tshe prO ases ot d par pi and acs ase fr wa O d fbate to *ts IWAS" 49 ' Iksr * m heat NEW 00GDS IIUCKJN.' I.\MUOL> SOLI'S: Mock 'urtle. Tlomato,. ('hicken. Beef, S.,up and Bouille, and Pea Nuw in'nt that an appetizing list ? Try these ,soups; you will not be disappointetd. French Peas, Mushrooms, G.odillot's ()lives. Heinz's Sweet Pick-" les, A\merican Cheese rich and creamy. Almonds. W\alnuts. Paisins, Fresh Candies, Sn\eet Chocolate. Our Teas are the best soothing, satisfying, invigorating, invit ing. Case, king & Wodzitzki. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $5o,ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $$ku W. B. J,.',X, Pre ident. G. Ml. Miit ., Vice-President. II. B. Il :v. (Cahier. (. L. C'.\ :. .\ss't Cashier. Iira-w Drafts on .Londn. I Paris. Hcrlin. D)ublin. Chlri-tiana and all Fortcin Citi,+e at Cuiirrnt Rates; To New \',ork, (Chicat.go, t. P'aul and I clcena. Accounts of Stockmen, Merchants and Indi viduals Respectfully Solicited. IL38mB Z CITTF, MbC&ZEO1WA2LW. II. 1". (.virnt .- President. W.. rI t\'K > '. \ice-President; EI. I liu iii.i ,,. Cashier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. Initeremt PaidL Onrr ~Ls Cas W ne 2poM etCag ONE WORD TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMEISI The cost of doing a credit business to either tMerchant or customm is fully to per cent. W\\'ri sr save this? It will make you moneya. well as your merchant It is a mutual affair The larger our busine>s grows. the greater advantage we give our trade. "'his has been an unusually busy season with us and we regard the outlook for the future tswrnt. With eleven years of close application to business in Miles City. we are thoroughly convinced of the mutual advantage of a c.asi business and on and after FEIBIRARY 1ST 1893 WE SHALL ABSOLUTEi.L A CASH BUSINEss.- We want to do business with you- We ask opportunity to prove that we can save you money-Write --Ask us any question, we will answer to your advantage 4. ML. TOTW U - 43 OO. PATRONIZE' HOME BY LOCATING YOUR WITH sasum IePPNS? 1? " ý ý -s r w W .~ . ------ u .,=. 1 II °