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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO, xI5. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY. . I ý l 1 . I~i I, 1 III It It fi l t t DO YOK7 PAINT? ii\t \ i 'i t t i," w o lii" arIt ,t-,lll.lt i'.t iitltl. ,I ait' it f1" 'In lc th \ il ': ti~!or in d llit I ltt' & l i i ' I ont :I'- t It t h itt hrcciii t Jltiirri " \iitt h ti. it f u I ina . ih iii ilhl t r Ii 7c:, (III! ,i~ ritibri CIti : ' 1 . l 3t It 1 I iiW : t 11, -' I it t it 710: ira22(tic: I IxI 0i;tt. 1Stlu ?-()ll fhat il(·ti ll" arc \\ -r~ I Wle.. it V.. K. ?'i.agiY Ian 1ut tri.. ®RI. K. F. bIatH. PHr~vrrc lz rit'cnic*,s AND ()aaTtnratcis\ Arat. Wuan it oral tirhuinrlwlfur' ffl ki at W. K. t4invag J' fua rtIn.*. LII. LKWt'HKR. W. I. PHMV*4LIAN andtit t4KEON . her and r.lrrne main at. near TetI,. i *ratrt rar er nmkaf were Natiknal rank F.Fuaratonmd mud at rauauuabir prko-. Al, ff avel (`hars err. fht*·r l wtR ba1 TPýt4.td Reehw. DIWoTw t'bawib einwqum Kev..ath sad' PI~~in!Ki4 Maml ~titWE.i~~d Oa~ataitnra.%veareeaa 11 ininda.t wieeiwss 7 edn ey.r Q HosawP anr. a.m.. sand 7 p.m.. now. jam p.Partw. et I AUX ad mbof te Sacrd mee MarC*li t-~iC~edrr = Siia s'a thnoa 3 am at = =a.. at m2:u p. M. Weqin .ini r D tatIS p.m.. A~. jIEf. Wt~n S w.M Tl0IN. 5 meat.a l: O. O' !r. C No. !. umamt In ýýet n ad thid Fui or tit amd t I 8.O~w4 a u m ert r at Itaorie ea tlrIp~~iWClr /r d ru lrdl Le. 41. V. bar aT tOa Wai -at tM mmal itýa E ri mat 1 - L iaaMS wXim#1t. BLAtIE IEADI Surrounded by Sorrowing Friends America's Great Statesman Passes Away. TI'HE iEN.1 I'E.A-'EF'lI,. t th. u Ies gfe ~ i mherIiii i 1"t the diii rut Ihi' iuiln I .i f ill. It'en - Iiis l u iu T . iiisr i trt WI ill ih ..n I i l '. i ll S ilallts on tauts I histslrl, . .l s li '. fr1 . i lthint dile , li at 11 i i . l,k this i irrnin t... Ti'he i4-1. l-llcl I 1P ,ac. fuilly. .ti,:: st.,'r tier lmssii. L fro anulllll n oi. Illuul ill. ltllatel at his Ib,,lsia,,. All attem.iant l tationd, I at th'ishi uri t. i th i ansiu l nIt frnui ti-hi uin uiri- S * , thil Inwti ,ui l"s r ,~ ,rns I, , lnd I~,t i i al i t th klt all i ie fiiS) lllllll ih. )t. Th. .1s , .ilra! to thel k .l l pitl l mul thr lugh.lut thi..ue it in f"r iilati.,lIiur. it 'ils iwr l whir. .eýt. l t.lll 1- 1t 1 ' iLishi* ih l, iu-i I iftell t. gIlltiht. Hl 1 h llle 'l. an. noi.-. rrih. nt U in- ". ii h:I i ,nure "si, iliwi,.i tr strikin. thanit talrt. ai :,t tll e vI. n" t dil hl similar f hi. sin- ' Lh. 'thlttgh it has u ii,.ht. ifriu th.i i ., .rt.l ui i ch .:uiri ,r % '1 .as prih i ni ill ll wt 0tr. thing h. ul lhirtooK. chnused b.,u lih tl . s l.,u niwi.4.. T Ihe ]nlw\ of it 11.14li¢ ,Il h. . lng discounted that thi 1.re ined but tlh. in., .i :n i llunn h.ow n ?- a the. h1.:14d of thi dlilpatlh. It alw s it foiet .n. l iru -itition that hii , hutth i ith i!.l th h ts u rt i tIl. tIh l l ,,I.I *at of his li i. thou l tihU fats as h ilt hi illins have from the . irst nasht, inggtoIe tee wiitl | iilw n f,. t ti ll. in ter. l euthi i m its tIraqiu.nts adsh"d iuman .ags least. His mind was alunm.t a IlCank forweks Ia past. his lurid nllwl nts hlt aving lben a but few and at tintes far Inatween. but t his physical frame has withatand tfhe ravage. otf wasting diseata until now. t l)ating froIn tlhe cradle to the tonmblt Mr. Blaines t; years have l)tnu active 1 ones. All the trials and trihulations H that fall to to the It of a publi man have been his. and have earned for him the peaceful ending of a career which clsckd when life's candle masth its last flicker today. Mr. Blaine. on his death-bed. was sur ranned. iost as he has been almost in cessmatly for weeks, by those who were nearest and dearest to him. In fact. It was only his family and those very' closely associated with them that have been permitted to se or even hear from him durlng the last days of his life. HIs LA A l .IUCax. Mr. Blaine passed a retes night and b this morning was languid and weak; but d nothing seriou was noted until shortly before I9 ckick, when a change for the -oras occurred. Both physicians were t hastily summoned and remained at the bedside until death. Mr. ilane was conasekm until a few moneuts before i death, and the end was u quiet and peaceful that only the experienced eye t of the physician could perceive that the pest statemuan had joined the majority. Dr. Hyatt said that Mr. Blaine's death was due to sheer exhaustion. Al the immediate members of the family and Miss Dodge were at the bedside when the end came. iR JtmU)IWWWM $YATMSIY. To reporter. Dr. Johmon sakl: a -I was called this mortalg to tohe alse resibease about 9t0 o'clock and a foaed Mr. Blaise in a very exhausted sondition; e hbd row weaer during 4 le early mernal hours, sad about S3l) 1 o'doek the aas observed that his breathing was mlom dinilt and his I p le mrse beble tha it had bees. Dr. I Hyatt was ele set ho audarmivdlmtbe about 10 o'edok. After my aruival Mr. i alh uaneiomued to gw waer very Swapi~P lih pale becoming em esbl. Ie died at t11 o'ok. He was pehetly coemLeols up to wblei a lbwmAt.elst his delsath and sepgnised aM them an. 'I : I;Al Ii:,1 s a -'tit= i I. ,. of r'~ sn it' "::.i, ,- 1,.C ', 111" 1.9iii~n b hl Ii i l'. 1 :ae. :" ~ie \ 1. volt !ilu MII li~fi II .lt~t. ion cr'i-: t.rIe.ic that is. tee'leleele'lcs lndl irreigularity oi! the arition of the' hea'urt. uce'leulctl9lil.1 1,9 .littieult ibreathing.rc. I)r. ,J leeenfurtherehuiill thuit tlwre- Ihai1 giaiN IAI.I.Y Nil UI1er of _Nil. I(1lainc· s uitittrutc· rt.*,v1·rr· iilcc· that Slindilay in I)i''enllwr. hill til ti within lhe laIset twoe or threi weeikea stlrlonlge ; pe' I. es Ieihas e i.eeticn'truined that his lif' tight Isel prolongeid. Hitir theet rinsei. lowewier'. there heas lI'ie. tine hots-i. \ne ilfirt IllalsIce Ius iilt·de teeesustain lire' I~c rise iits-~ ict 5 eilllatelt. ;iiee prarlee'tiIll rlhimiei less Ii' n done liil tct t. gi .'. 1 :te It. n,. it ills et;ate'el ly friieuls lilielIN hostl I cell $11 fill le'tc'inlinilll tlli~l tn,4- 1nn1 1 le- remaIns1 CL' 11tn11 i I,-. all 1I IIll' e I nl Lil .iltIl \rttl~tlitll. til.' III, ~ 11 ... , 111. h ,ee or a ' i* ll.l:'t ilt . i 'll r ..t9 8 ll lP ill. ll e, ,i|' - :..lc·',,l i. tl,, rnl. >..Ii~l (.r(|ay In ,.,, I( llitth" ,f I , wihel. e.lintor wst te Wtt ;Nti ln, tol h-l th, hlill. takn illp alld ,lil,,-, I at u.. raid~ly . s poml".'lh: othe'r entatl.,rs. Shile n ilt d ri,'inr lIe delay (an ll r antie· . wantli l l t imt e tllle jt tll elt ieth ler th. e eill..tu n a a e ei rs elet te Il'I l \wllre ll;de il ..p.'lint orJr f'or n,.rt Tu..day. .\n ;otte.npt was null.(J in! te. .e.getnt -et ar ti s fri me ei- l hI. t.iie ini the teen' hill. t, .1. Ii faihd. hewtvi, ais the een, taert d1t iot think thli eergeatnt at-lrl huti h e .eult rel eive iiterte py ttith n tie leleei tets ,l" the le,,iilati v' iaes-em ly. .% Iitterrenr tie of tplinittl altgMi$ Ito jrevidl I tt1w.'.etl 111t" tnHtI4 iiiirl the he 4LI141 asr to, the amort unt of money.Z that -h)14,u141 1w 'titedl to, larry ni Ihe Mona natitIt ex htihit at the WoI'trdtld (itir. The e otu mlittee eat tHinanee amt claimsl inf the sen ate repol"rtedt in favor of allowingo the amitwit of the estimiitt$ furnistthed1 Ity the Iuanr of ti Wtrld's I'ir muanagers stte.thing ttver 0 40111.. In thit house tht cp ·oort of the stpetiii joiat evttuaittt'e. alppropratinr g s+7 .tU had been referred to the cotmmuittee on ippnnqtrtins and titimu. with a hill to effect. Tb. bill wat reprrted back yesterday earryinul .......... .u.Lufuw J ..nla iIt tittt. The house. in committee of the whole, t emnsidened the bill for the creation a bureau of agriculture. labor and indus try. Representative Lockey raisedaonme questaun atbut the sise f the saharis Pimt) for the commissioner and $1.0OO for the clerk, and wanted to lower them, but found no one to second his eorts. He bhas a bill in committee now creating the bureau of immigration, and his attention was called to that fact, with a suggeston by Representative Swett. the author of the agricultural bureau bill, that the two be consoli dated. This will very likely be done. M Representative Swett will add anamend meet to the section prescribing the du ties of the commisetoner of the buream ait asaricltire. If thi amendment is added to the bhl it will practbally do away with the ee .._ity of a separate bureau of imigra tion. It s poposed aso as aas the Ill is again taken up in committee of the whole, to increase thaas ualasop - riatio for the bureau from $000O to $PM00. Ths amount will include the salaries of the oommnioener and his cerk, odee rent, and pay of auluate In getn r statltios. r me eaK e 555. a wauIa IWU atdin the meas was peernd by the hee without opopilea. Its eaet elm* wil be in the bomb a the prr Sdsloaps4 to the Pitesdi oaesty bill, a bauses easa-. The ight mao the lacatioas d the tmpoary a maty rnst at KsiiepeU ad the dierltlmasa d the .4mm. The old driuay betwees 1i b pai sad CaluebisF Paut.st big ine. is ths sMp. The Kep-"-- peale p -ead tohsn toini ie lemul ad the blil bndis tlhey wsaaedI aa.e*. wmb to seLow to pseew tLhs emp to deis 00 e aein m d mat d xxin at thi rai' of tI i , liolix. "lth bill wa:s perfected in cotimsitte'e of the wyhob* ahI favorably wrepirted. Ther ' will likely t, aunthei r tight when it nls'. up It the joit iussiiely there was nit xi helinge ill th.e tote fxr s.i.naitr. Tlie i ,:aot light n11w a'erus to have tak in thirx plance in the maliter if publi" i:ixtrst. the county divxsion hills cou- ilun lirst and the ,ledutional institution til.ls nevxt. .lout twenty minutie eaiht itli' is sp.it fit juoint s.e5iifn. and few gu now ixpreesslv It hear the result. Jack--Ill tell yi t, whitt's thu. matter. Georg.e: yout dllo't piraire your wif. enough. Even if thtings don't go ri.ht. thers's no leus grl,whlg. Praise her efforts to plens'. wlh,,ther they are suc *rsfunl or not. Wolnllt like praise and lots of it. (;<e*- s --,ll right: l'i remebnier it, (;eor .r'lt diuuemr xs i xe day -My diear. this ,- it ju't Iovely! It's deli..ius! \Eve-r . nmucllh hiitter thln thaxi my Imother ne-it,, tti .inke'. Slihe ouldtn't iitn:l this pi,' if slhi trie,- a montlh. c:-,r ie' --Iufli! -- Yu,'ve made fin of < ".: Li' I 'evei'r iade. and .fiorl .---l.;t tlhi. ii l-v.-ly. t:,or--,.s V-i' .--, . ."mnie from the h :. '..-- ,.. York V, ,;l., - - tlk i s rt h. Buhton i hllin on his vnx in from the ieut'ri-- WV liv iin't uitu g'o outt iaul xvi ti:e tx. .-i ain-(-o ..,' It)o 'o: know I an .pl:w:u,. a- ,'ll.:a: "r : r this ro omL l xl u ,'1.i l l . ii "; r t t-. tin, t r.,ufly' I ixiu ixui , . , i ti., ,. ,. luix xxr ini . r ini-'u, at iHe d,:na,.,l o'f Major Mill:, i I ("h,- itrtfix-Il of iti:.' Kimball countitr ,: h,'.~,u sir. " ( "' hn will :. eN in;ii "'W.'-ii h1' returi'uus ft't i . in:.g out a'ir."--.tlt 't car ..ititutiotu . Wh1cen to ld that teimeieee hurts thicece: their ii tee es neer )cu. ~tieauee s hauttered l neeervces. w'eak ey.ee. ehroniC c utrrh and hest t eenheee tellee the' stoery. II yoeur husbaeed uesee teelmeewo. yeoue tisent hint toe queit. peett yeeureeelf abeut Noe-te-lImo the woendlerfel. harmleee. geearanteee toltme etc heLeit cure.. by1i sending fer oeur little lIeek titled: "Ikent Teeleeeee Spit Youer Ieife Aweay."umliled feet. IDrug stres geneerally seIll No-tt-hee'. TuEe SmeeLec.ln RImYe mt Co.. Inuteiaea Mineral Springs. Indiana. The (hicagi. Milwaukee & St. Paul railway is the favorite: It in the oldst and was itrst in the iekld. Its train servie is the very best. It is the irst to adopt improvements. Its asleepere are palaces on wheels. It runs elegant drawing room sleepers on all-night trains. Its trains ae lighted by electricity. It runs luxurious chair cars on day trains. It is the only line using the electric berth tamp. Its dining car service is amnexelled. Its trains run solid to Milwaukee and Chiess. It is the beat route to St. Lou and the outh. It is the best route to Kanss City and the west. It rmus four trains daily to Milwaukee and Chlugo. It runs two daily trains to St. Iuobs and Kanes City. It is the government fUst mail route. It is popl.qrly styled the "Old elis bis." It tara.ss suety, comfort and speed to patoas. For idaeemeaio as to the brest raes to all plaes i the Ualeis tSas and Caaeda via 'Ike iliwambee." apply to any compu ticked agetNr& i 1. oom.asr, St.I <M Mine. Aweb to .WA - d*ls. and ba* swamnq r/m. We b a" u apusis 'Sad 4W I· -N mml tam rob to vmwý ýdlI , w asa ftwbd G*. b We V. w eumim a4w ,p. Wii su a.uS mav.awrad@o t iIlrIL1 DISCOUNT SALE We offer you this week a speci 1I discount o 20 per cent. on Overcoats, Heavy-Weight Clothf ing. Shirts, Underwear and Blankets. *Plins TIJTeehts Ox.nly Case, King & Wodzitzki. 1" tIT L r. U .e. S.HPLC'Lt AND IROPITI ,. MXLs..3gg CasTF , MCTW.ASO4T* A. If. I'. 1l\rIIII.a i,1. I'rc-idknt: \V'. II.\AR: . Vice-President; I I. I\ i..1 on,. c'as.hier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. Inte-rest Pai d OCn "rioae =Deftpo t FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY. MONTANA. CAPITAL. $5o000,o. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $BMQoG V. B. J1oKl.\x, I .tes dent. G I. .. MIEs. Vice-President. . .. W v. . C'ashicr. C L. l.\KTEK, .\ss't Cashier. l)ra.n I)raft. on l1 ,InI'do. I'arin . Bierlin. Dublin. Christiana and al FoIreign Cities at Current Rates; To New York, Chicago. St. I'aul and I lclena. Accounts of Stockmen, Merchants and Inz di viduals Respectfully Solicited. i ir - Not for Smith and credit to C A gJones, but absolutely cash t 1 Bo everybody; we will make no die lr ~ crimination in favor of Jones bes ! m cause he may be "go~nal"-alt a ___ on the same "level." --On tb% O - 3 l line we will commence busiamL t February 1st, 1893. CO. $. OW U 40 ' ~C oc PATRONIZE HOME BY LOCATING YOUR WITH u ieeSaw. usm.W,, la i . IL MIMNno 4IMME