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VOLUME XI. NO, I28. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 18932 PRICE FIVE CENTS I , I- IIIII L n IMcNTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY, u \ 1 ', ti . i la l 111""E hotc . Fcrcl, h iii)irct 11 4i· · .ttr ".1 1Lt t'Yt'nt ~ 1iu r\.iitrll t) \\- IIII .. ",':u `" ..c . t In 11it Ic111,8 1 - "I )""" t"" hr r~nnlrt's i i iý;. I'''' ii t "1 .t t t it : , ,, Ih) tort ask I)A)ri / lLT lit . llt t1) arc c ord ially it,\ itctcl t,) ,cI1 our 1 et.t Ices . a.. v article in iliP'.k Pp W jrici" to) all. WpjI' llgplp Frutii of tit" I .simti miusliii X'tc: I. PltlpI~pl x .r I;IackatppII1 rilt 1il frimlil Iic lip)I Ge;rmlain IIcplrict Ii.lrS ti ra$1 .~le, t' 7. .1 )hrotti rpr lion. t Tiry the ca,Jt plan and ,ac Spi~cial noticP Ill ti u r .Id cu-I' e1 t(Pilcrs atid part icuilar frin,pii111 Wewant Viliur traIc ainti as~k t youl to try our ivtt ,~t~cil ioll I' ~i P'Htatl4IUA v.. IR. !(. (l , R.I)D WPHi'i(;IiN ANtI ttL'IttEttN, tMiffm at. Ea. tltatfr' 1)rug Stum. ,It F. FISH., PNtsg'fAX $I'IIIIt:11 "NIl ()0.1m, m'K 'IIAN .,(at. Wunldarxt uand fitartfl.tf.,r, (Min, at wbit. n. omc.onr. IMM LE"HI[,ltIR M. l. -u_ PEIYM|('IAN aMd nL'R(.IU)S. iUd and Imidtk.. YMat, 2. mnaor T-nlh. II r TItIIT. AItreett aver Inokguwro Natkoal Rank W ua anteed nad at reramable pri4t. EflUtQAL,.ann CIirel eor. Palmer and FaynartBgaut. garaie Sandag1 a.m. and a.-mteaern9€ %aaa t in ;11. J. T Prit.hnird. Rectur. MUU1) Clanro earner Deveatb and Wt eattaon a ,t ·a.m. ad nd p.m.. mastlag Wn ir m.ies.. Pt ýRSTTRkLtN (Cnrr Corer Main Street and Avenue. eries.audays at U n.m. and 7 vi p.m. Rev. Jt. pD.a.Pe.ar. aa oinit amBt and thi. . ednu A. a A. lf. YYnlbrwrtL a N?. Non. a mdd r Ieam . on Best and thtnled Thendain a B V. (ýo eat No. td, maen ats in :----_. IlU-.ra· ,. ,. .i taIV !Oa1.IQ- No. N , CnW.Mn.et at ladd. Wa s= la s bU an tlr adaninansea f.64L doherw Wait at t a unic !i t last. No, oses t Od ý obi t the lb and t rd Tbmd of T. ANN" Md , i,. aii marltr A 1 i iThe aateeata nt ra- n aof theaa tii liat t.tia l I i. (* ve'rh i Iullnl lI |) II Pl pe'*, ll sI1 a it 'la rar A ~1 dilniataata t the affaa.t tihat the Hawaihian naxed tao thl,i United States. The state andl naval alepartihaentIs tan'n tatewn oanffi ally informltrl a to the revolution. l'The newsI4 that (2Quee(n Liluokalani had ht.en avertahrawn ai0aia to the Uniteal States goveranlrnlli'llt with doainniientas that pirea'lude.d lniy doubllat as toi its ail thenticity. .\ia ai'taill dispaitch to See ratary .lJllhn W. Fa.ster rece.ivaia this L• ii k lani. th irl mg ithr . tiit arlir ini allaigeln. lea. irtivl a liatila . en llt arinfl tor l ltatl I Prelidnt liarritht) s ,idMtt mnlit aii i h rs 'l'li taa l atri r t i if tiavill iit or (, sien n.il t kll h ea k uini tt r a oi. i N.loit Smithl. [!lt . ltler. iiul Ire(a. i Se irrtary Fowstaer ient ws to the a rquiest far sot unnawlinat intervi w withy s Scretary Tae; . .Trac had not ti reachedi thie llalepatlrnt N it ail th lti. ut . .1 Assistalt Slerl.tulira tiay la. rIeca gll ni.ling t Ith imll rtniace ofi.'. the infra ,matio, n. went Ilit once to se- oiS aietarIa Faste-r. 'The had la consurT ltat.ion in rftlt. erecl- lt , rti the hi al sitrengtli t ithe Uniitedil iln fi-rla tiK, stlir the i only t"u a l there was the Ir|iai-r .Italstui. noi at ll anialiui hi. .ao other Itasilns. lie aidl. alw.re in thei vaiiilty. FIiastr thought it would tIw well to have l a l tter naval rilarewni tlation a ut lialtlt. aindt Hltdey went bick it the avtiy dpa.lrtl.it to allertai what teasi- I e wastl ii iill fr iwrvirh e in this alsar inettiln. Se.acretaiy Traly arrived ilian I ti ter Suley r.etur,. anlltl iit heaitring itha new went over to sr a-* Se tary ti Raster. K It will take at least tell daysls for litme aaf amr vei.ls toi jolia t.he htihat.i at Hant oiltil. It is praiaaidle the new coast dl- tl tiaasa vessIl Mlntea-rey will ie sent. This ti teisal is conaple.ted with the txla.eptianntf having the turret armoir ian plaiae. and y. likely she will sail at uaam*. trama San a Frrncismia to saplptrt the hllamtarn. The interior lining tt iron to which lthe i arauaes is rivitel hats In..in llaeta in her turrets. and the atares aret all an hIrd.aal. After an interview with Sec.retary F.iter. Matt Smiith told a reporter that he thataght thle new goivernament caakld Iet. maintained without display iei force, by the United Stater. He telieved. le 1h amid. the peijle thes..tlves wouklil rtgu late muatters. and that there wiuld he .nil troubkle. Smaith had believeda a revalu" tion inevitable. linbut thought it would lot corn . a e.0m. t . not come sa ra4m. In the house of representatives there was a strong feeling expressed by lead lrg democrats against annexaton. At the same time there was an equally un animous opinion that no other nation should be permitted to step In and con trol the destinis of the ilands. It.was said by several conngresmen that the course Hawaii is adopting in s geki annexation is practically the same as that taken by Texas when it became a part ao the United States, Commissioner Thurston saidthiseven ing he had great hopes this counimtry will accept the islands. "I they d not" said he. our mission is done. but the people in event of refusal, will surely turn to England, who will he only too glad to take us." Tr. Pasa is Amerl.s. WAsal.soox. Jan. 28. In the house a resolution for the investigation of the Panama alair provides that a special committee td five be appointed to inves tigate and report what sum of money. If any, were expended by the Panama eanal company or promoters, directly or Ilndirectly, for the purpose of prevenating - opposition in this coountry to the plans I of said company, or securinga acquies. conoe in America thereto; and what die position was made o suchs ums and generally as.to the situation of affairs upon the isthmus as far as American commeree seeking transit aemro the same may be conaerned; and ail as to the contreacts and relations between the Pacific eail eompany and Souther Pa eie company. the Trhuansotlaanal Railroad assoiation and others, as to what contracts or other collusve ar. rangemeets were made by said com. I'n.iiis, here !,ii. t!;i 't. t lil¶- iv..f l .i°. iii is . 1u.* n-e' M ei ' dii miin iseii: S .:1111 1e he t ethe said stanship e,-ll I railr ilet c,.omtipaiie.s. iilit wlet.1 er th.. business whi rr: it iwas t, he esis: of 1t I s .ill sltaunshilp comtparie s thrnaghp a.il 1nt raet err otherwise. hais ii.ien theieniy lditertel tli rom the isthtllusi. &, Pluntei ' Iuiiet w lad rncpaney too suillch tIrancnlrutvio niintal e inpuihies:. iiil as to whether mhll lits ar rl etriliiiiienl Ito the. inrtier estts iif A.lueri.an uiuratinill' riieieri*i' iand irnilurers. imanufaiieturers tand lier 1 chants ofI the United States. and if such t aluiis iare founll tio exist. by what 'leanl the same ucan or shoukld hEm sup ipressed. andi asi toe whether Ia further graint of Rsums tie said steamship mIn pauny eh. uldl Ie withdrawun. Iplepemlnid i, Ariznina. W %\St.llI;MToT. Jn. VJ . t8enaiteir Car.y sigave nIitu e ofll twoi iumllcendmenlllts which he intended to otfer tee the hliouse ill previding for the i ssionuiJli of News Mexico, into the unionii. ( aerey". amnend millnt strikes ouilit all after the eenletei, ent clauset iil the New Mexico ill. rltbsti tilltes int¶iuiisliiii btill admitting the ter riitries i. New Mextic. Utah. .lriziena and I)klahiiti. The state iof Olkthihtiei is ili;i illdent ictl with Indiani Territiorv. but it is plrovided thit nothilng ill the act lshll Ie. ii tellluitniiied tic impair the nihlt ts of Inslllll nd ri i opl ll rt( y oiw er- i t:iiiniii tee the I tlianiils if thie trriti rv. us l s. iil: ri~ its reiuein niiiextiI uiisieetd %.i a;i'ereeten.I tietwien the Illi liani ili ii L'niteid Staites. (liar.."ti ,seM .iii miii diiiuiuiiut is i lde ticaitl with the tirst. salwe thati it eimits the! territory of .rize ,i aiind is in line witih the aiitiei l the ii.recent rtephtliiaull iilies. GEOGE WAS -5 ATTLED. Thie Mathimattcnta irl fr.nm fuluOus Wat T. .. .is1'h for Hism. i[o tir... d the ro, ,n hllrri l· ly-. 11." yIn. ..ic i- stnldiig. by the (I 1 ',, tr , r I re,-t.." ; h n; l w ith in ini .. 1, trmal,. u, I t. hIr in frenzied llste. il;.. w:! f'ri'Wdth i.t. for lt had never aet,1 . l. fr,,. The mile frad,4 fr.in her fare- and she Iqr"'w .Nie. lHi't" he s;aid l .twveen his shut teeth. •"Whiet it it. ,ohur-" she asked trersn lie lanced over his sthoulder fur tit 6.1: hie tirul into thle arners of the Cr'ut .tre wing; r win like a huitei4 an.ihnl. "Ar we alta?'" lti whitlsre.l ht, n- - ly. T.e: it was the woman's chlarater in that f. ir yunng girl grew t, its fUil nae tnrity in an insta;nt. All her life she lnud lived in lBoston, yiet no crucial test had ever unme to her as this had dhne. •\,. etar. we are not." she answered sigd-tly, yet firmly. The younkg Imlan starteil nervoul'ly and gazel almtnt him. He was frouju Chicago and had been in many hairbriea4th eealPxs. "'Whi 's lhere he questioned. Youi are." she replied. "I know: I know." he said impatent ly. "But who else?" "I am." .be whispered low. "~u onee." He laughed harbhlv. "Why do you mock me?' he acked. "We are alone." "We ar not." she inested. "Oh. George." and her viee took aa ender., pleading tone. "can't you e we are ase I aloser He looked at her bewildered. "No. I cannot." hesd The girl led him out tao the Ilght. r ," she asked slowly. "are yes here alnmer "No." herepled. "you are with me." "Amu I ber atoner "No, I am with yo." "Then. George." she eclaimed tri umphantly, "how i it possible whe neither of as is alone that both at us are alone? Is not the intger the same as its fractional parts Is the sum of twopiga and two pigs four beans' and is the swirl of this Bostonian logic (eorge for got why he had so hurriedly entered the eomn.L-Detrit Fr Pre . ee. rIled Arne. A single glance sumiced to betray the errand of the two men with stubby beards and masks who effected an en trance through the cellar window. They were Imrglars While their beariing was not obtrudre I thes was that about them which be takeed sa lack of culture and reAw Despite their coslesrateers in re mortin their tbose upon aterieg the hones it was obvious that their moral intitie had beenl blunted. The burglar with the dark lantern spoke corvincingly. as one old in the They were Stansling in the drawing room now. They were enthralbld with the low. sweet sound of a woman's wvle. "Oh, you can t" It was a sentle. flowing tone. ie the I mrimaur d parlN ingbrook. .-"..ig where I pot the monay. mae er k*b. h "- l, .frmar th pl2ce.-i22r.it Tri2bune.2 r " ' I a r1 :t eel Sr V'2led. 2 1' (Queen Marlgheri ... f Italyv is a happyi oil wm :n, in that sh1. is uot welll Iloveil ,' not ntily 1by her reople, but by lwr hul s 1bxudl. tie king. She hI'i2 long bweni kno2, 2 its o1ne of the iitlnuti'n ((f Euros.' ir lt shn h 2s now L4e%:n t2 r"alize the flight of tilw. and rc( ently said to her I r hnh.lan(. wivl some wistf'ulness: ''I am too, old to wear white gowns r- any longer." *h The king did not contradict her. hut it l ni!cl and raid, "Let us take a fort night to think over tithe matter." *r At the end of that time came a large packinx case tilled with white dresses of every des cription and of the utmost ele ga na. The case was addresied to the queen and. prettiest of all comlpliments. it contained a card larirg the words: 'The king's decision.'-Y1outh's Corn h pIatiion. A.l Ot.ervinag I wtoth.r. Little I';,y--1l,rw ,or u ;:re you itnd Sir gait, to ýý,, ht:,r ", .:;? t 'v-~i , , ", r s 1ot ltt the , 'I. I h e1'1 tihe i1., not believe in I, .. . n.. : :" .. W it \" l ,ii - ". 1-, ' I'. l:n w.,'e 1 1 lt ::1 ; ( . t (l(;ies. -. u 1 b/ l .n. ..I ,' I,1.--, )h. I have ia spl.mdid story to tell yu. )1 d.on't think I ever told it to you C he-,is it really a good story? He-lldeed it is. She (wea.:trily-)-Then you haven't told it to ti'2 In fore.-Life. It Was Thers. A bell Iho at the Great )Northerl.does not believe in going bteyond his litera liw instructions. A ';;uest rushed to tt.i cashier's desk. l.e had jufst ten Iin- utes in which to la:i Is hill. reach the dIelst and listrd 1 Ids tr:in. "(r...t - kiott!" he exclhsti ,l. " iv , forrgoine auntething. Htier'. , -. run upt t l my room. B 48,. and st'e if I hae.r left my toUthhrutsh and -l.ngme'. IIurry! ryve only live ulinutes. now!" The hl' iar ried. He13 re.ur..od i:1 four I: :atl'S Iout of lireathI. YT,(. sir." he Inutd: "'you left thetu ttnat.":- 4 (·M~ iL . When told that tobacco hurts them: their wives never do. because shattered nerves. weak eyes, chromic catarrh and last manhood tells the story. It your husband uses tobacco. you want him to quit. post yourself about No-to-ba. the wonderful. harmless, guaranteed tobse co habit cure, by sending for our little hook titled: "Don't Tobacco Spit Your Life Away," mailed tree. Drug stores generally sell No-to-bme. Tae Sramao R.sawor Co., Indiana Mineral Springs. Indiana. The aUes.a Why The Chicago. Milwaukee St. Paul railway is the favorite: It is the oldest and was irat in the field. Its train service is the very best. It is the dst to adopt improvements. Its sleepers are palaces on wheels. It ruma elegant drawing room leepers on all-night trains. Its trains are lighted by electricity. It runs luxurious chair ears on day trains. It is the only line using the electric berth hamp. Its diniing car service is uneselled. Its trains run solid to Milwaukee and C-bl It i the best route to St. Louis ad the south. It is the best route to Kams.a City and the west It rua four trains daily to Milwaukee and Chiaoga It rums two daily trains to St. Leuis and Keam City. It is the go.snemat tad mail ests. It is popularly styled the 'Old Balk ble." It furaishes safety, comafrt ad seed topatros. . Per taloematios as to the laest mates toad - ts is the b aitsdl# ee sad Gada vila "'b. Milweatss." appy to say coupon tikest ages. er to J. T. Cos.arv AL't Gma . e.At, ae. ket, rlre 1 DISCOUNT SALEI We offer you this week a speci 1 discount of 2) per cent. on Overcoats, Heavy-Weight Cloth ling. Shirts. Underwear and Blankets. Phim TWeekl OCzly1 e Case, King & Wodzitzki. APITAL. $7Z..em. UL'RPLUL ' .j, I ROFII. .i.AV" MXL.mmW CITY, MOcTA.AJ'XAJ.. Ii . F. I.''(iii..Ik, 'reid nt: \\' 1. I . .ni, . ic -P'resident; E. E. I rc i.i ik. (Cashier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. Intere st P.atd On imane D3eposit. . FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAP)TAh. $50,ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $8o,00o \\V. . JoIAlS, P'ites dcent. (;. MI. Ili.is. Vice-l'resident. I I. 1. iv. Cashier. C. . C. ariTk. Ass' t Cashier. I)raw\ Drafts on I.,ondon,. 'aris.. Berlin, Dublin. Christiana and all Forcign Cities at C'urrent Rates; To New York. Chicago,. l't. Paul and I clena. Accounts of Stockmen, Merchants and Indi viduals Respectftlly Solicited. Not for .Smith and credit to OB jones. but absolutely cash to i _cy everybody; we will make no dis ! O . C0 crimination in favor of Jones be 3B 30 cause he may be "good"---all are 0 T _ 31 on the same "lkvel." --On this line we will commence businass February 1st, 1893. C7. . O'1TFwmRM 00 CSO. PATRONIZE HOME BY LOCATING YOUR WITH MAmm M IRn., IenIcIILLL CO. g as ? L. ESSSas Sm A ,. mu 1 ma~· - u ~I W )1IUNIIb