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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO, 120. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, I893. PRICE FIVE CE McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY : .r i aI i article in , ,tck n I.rict ti all. \\'t' :cuIt, Iruii t ,,f tht " I.,,ili m u lin . o ,): i ;L ) - .,al . 1-.c; Black-.tiutt rieihuciti frmrii luc ti) Xc: (t rniantt li Ir i rtta. , rSI gra-l l. ;rc .\ll t,-lh r gaitis in l rh i ilir Try- th- ca 'lh lati and al ,v S Ipecial noticer ti, iur ,ltl cui, tiniers ant. particular fritll.: \i1 unt viur trae anil ask pm tr try our nci '.istein ati\ Sui1 tilttlt'' . PH''i bitll Nt NII t il4 lhi ttN. likit at W. E. .irila It*.lru huimr. Di. . F. YlFIH. Y I C , iH.t1sk 141 Rc i :e x A. Ll () iaS(''iCLt ll./I. . I urat. Wuniiiart uMai (il.hripl.ltpr, (fifi,. sit W. .. Savagi" Jirum i4ta... - - - - - - _______________________ .-. -- ll. LETIW'lltC. !. I). Yf PHTrIII.N, and iltl4RiEOnl. isisr and nmo.humuu. Main 1t. iarlTentlh. P. Whitneyl~. o'- .*hmueh ,e ,Ik, mrtee it ..and ,. R hl s Ul r att·naJ eahk Ap.m. tlulu l Feytg.gi a t: P. . g~ ithard, Rsphr. Y THdISTE Ch reh C.orner Main Street a.3m. and 7~ Bm pate. rt .Jm. ad np.m.. *.h. A. I. .. Roti, anstor. CATHOIC/ Churc of the Rasted Heart Ct.uFre tRthrd Rndatund oft hi a. High Mas. at at enga moth.: L. 0. a. . CaNt. Bled .s No. m. maet is ·. A. w U. RI. N m ----. l.it. CIt. I'lR .:t? s . 4. *:'urt ll iiiik at ad " li'nt e 4 i.t ji I .. ,! 1." "tei I i' i tili i tt,1 t.. Wasur1s -1 Jan. :1,. Thenr a NanIutI ilmpollrtant lldeve'llpai4it l4h iti tl. Hawaiian situati .on. Firsrt. it is prett clearly indiicated that the adninistratioi is not in any way lukewarm in the nwt ter. as was at tirst supposed. Seeondly the action of the eonmminder of the Boa ton. against which (ireat Britain . alout to tile. or has tiled. a formal pro test. has recetjived the otflcial approval oi the president and tabinet. Sentimeni in favor of annexing is ralpidl extending and several iuaimbers of the cutallimel ha.ve exrem.s.l themselv'es in favor of it It hIas lnsmn repoarted that l'reideni ltlarrison is inl favor of itnnexationjli. Al though the court,, purse). by Ministei StIevens in orde.rilng the Lihmton imartin ill shior was withoutlll implicit illstrul tiollc s iowl i tl tie g, lverl'lll t. his neiloi was fully approi l 1. the presll iti.m i. In lthe sen.at tl.here is la dlistinettel A.4neriean fieling nll the Hawlliinl eI1s tion which .s not eontlfd.l t) ;im% partyl Therellr a Isn lllmalln l lt thait if Illajoirit of the nd.Iaers of the foreign rIl ,tio;n colitlll ttl t . k w.t ilt filhoir' Ilonl thlle' es tiblisll inent ' f .ill tIlril-ill ouiiril i ilat ,ii ,itl the islilin.s. ilut ill just whlti 5lsh*lt is a luatteir of detail n1,t het e, unsiehe,. d,,r . I )io jetio to ('htiilllir ter' s l sllltion li lIn. th1e alalijiet a its tf"rel ity is nott , liskeid ilul l iL liit. light of ianti-aiiixt tiiu feeling. hbut rlithLr its feat' on thl lpart of tilt- nipl.piietl of the site optio, hill thti it it ; i.i ilt gtIn "l f iI until ill Imilrrlow the ri tdll \ha li.tint. hm I l slpent in its ,ist-ussioi alei the ,h'li. ry iof nli fiil its ll snel.]jih L .t11 ho till l iveil pr ll vilentil. h p ii. i ine11,ihr of the .m.i evening: "hll L.i. i iti Sitites hias blLe waiting tilty years: for this oppttrtuniti. allnl nol1' thati it liins i illll, i 4t' h ia avii5 ' thie problem 1nla i..t molved rithuilat Ilitti shouldi h.istitte. Tihe t1tan who wouiild loplsuis hat is the manifest diuty it the .oiliuntry in this matter is. I thiink. hardly deserving iI seat in villgraiac. I certainly fiur lI the eaontrl of these is ihidl by the govellrnmeniilt of the United Mutiel." ..r. itº.ev* k anotha r ºu(runwr Io.! t1o whnle e'nluiujttetr. is alsa in favor of an nexation. ". I Iw'lievea. Naid hc, h -this governue.nt should prevent any inter ference in this imatter on the lart of any other power. It is a matter that tr~n (.ern.~s wholly. and for one. I may sa) I am in favor of the establishment there .l a territorial form oa guovernment under the flag of the United Status." (One member of the ermmnitteet who did not like to be quoted. said the only stumbling block he saw in the way was the pusPihkb action of the house. If it were swayed by the influence Jo ceirain gentlemen who uontrolled appropriations it would. be thought, be a short-sighted policy to consider the cost when there we . omuch at stake in the matter of ,f.perpettua.ou of the Siety of the re public. and the acquirement of that which would enable us to compel the respect of natives who were now friendly aimp(y becausa wapootJnpoa to beso. In a counftry like tie Ulpitedtaes. a be lophed upon it. it wa of little mo meest whether the annexation of Hawaii involved the expenditure of thousands or millmons. Senator Chandler'. reolution requests the predklent to lay before congress any treaty he may make for ratifcation by legslatkmn. The purport of the language was to permit the house of representa tives to share in the respusbl$lity for the disposition at the subject, and not have action taken in the senate and be hind elkmed doors. Undoubtedly this is calculated to strengthen the proposition contained in the resuluton looking to annexation. Chandler says the time has coLe for the United States to annex the Hawaiian islands. "For years they have been gravitating towards us, but as long as a self-supporting government could be maintained on the islands there was no necemity for annexation. Now. how ever, it is apparent the goverument can no luoner stand, and the people are will Stos toe eas. It wllla mto bsea - eary fur the Usited States to eaberk in a en sal polig anexmnaten or con intim. What we want is I awail in thne PasI. cand eae or two polate in ats West Indle. We reed them for enshie stat*ns and for strategi outposts and we man stop thew" Wasausrao Sa, Jaun. Bl a. cuekl not have a prlratefatmanL The surging w5 ,ti e:fituleeit- it re.:l -1.eelt eeo vert hurrier, lland lt:(l, hit iI pt i le lfuLera e: a ; " u t:.- i.lprer.,ite deleo, .lt-ra titns. ,The., t. t i et idet ,i, it ill hjij A patios shite l ureeit;' ti. 1,i". .111 riad :..ets in the n:ti,,te li e..pti.ea wlas 'Icc1ciIit. , d luring the cerviches. The pr. waree,. 1f the. presird t. the 1 nhb,,t airn, the su trwu, indis-. It:-. leigh ,t*iciial$ of .'in ',ress ad tiI- dilcoimtti, entrps ecull not he moIre sigttiltitat than the Ihemeage of the waiting ertwdsl who, in hi tesl'etful silence. liled the' streetm through which the. funeral 'cortege M ited. The parlor on thei secod thelo. wher, the leody lay. was fairly emle)werel in floral tributes from prominent people from all parts of the country frome Prei - ident Harrison down. the president's tribute being a wreath of orchids and a crm,s. which were placed on the colfin. As the hour for the services arrived the mourners. including the members oi tihe faminily. grouped around the casket. and Rev. Dr. Hamlin. standing beside th.e casket. delivered the Presbyterian service for the dead. Walter Damreeh in the meantinme toueching the keys of the peiano to the notes of a slow dirge. This ended the brief but inmpressive wervice. and the remalains were Illrne to the, church of the covenant and thencel to ( uik Hiill eemoeter.. Elie tr'l Hitter.. This re'elllai|d is l'ecoiing Ieso well knllwn and i ta piIeepular ats to nIlee no, ·lu.,,il elmention. .\II who, have used Elec'trici Hlitteres sing thel multa song of Iprais.. .A pure'r a'lirine ie''s noflt exist tnl it is guartiiteede teo do all that is tlhimel dI. vle'trie' Hitters will 'nre all elir'e-:w ,s ior tlheI liver and kidneyvs. will ir(eIcve pimtlesl. heeils. salt rheum and ethl te uctn'eetieie ('eeeeee I,. i empurl e telexid. Will Irik' mularia frecet tehe system and Ipre ent as well is cure tall nmulariul fev e'rs. F',or 'lire of headache. 'enstilptitn anid indiigestieon try Ele''tric Ilitters. Eltire' satisfaectieoni guiarlantee'd eor ilmonle'y refunele.'l. Price .cdi ven'ts and 1 pler hIet tieh. t ,John W\right's drugt store. BUYING A HAT Tr.balmtnmsu sis a I.. ,s Marrl.dI Woa.-a Wthu Wish.Id it. I:r e.t,,m.,nlal.. Shie was a young Illurr.td 4womnan, aceredited with mnire than o.rditYwr common sense. As an illustration of this. she hauI waitsei until after the. openings were over befolv I nli)g . winter hat. No time had i-en hlot. however, for she lhad studied the hat question in all its plhams and knew exactly what she wauted. It was to he a nrountl hat. and llust not rust ai penny over eight dolluta For an hour or so she went frois one shop to another. "just looking on." After pointing out three or four hats which particularly pleasdu her she seated herself before the long mirror with a glas in one hand ansd one of the hats in the other. This hat. in her hand. was a beauty. lnt aon her head it was the most njh+ coming thing she had ever seen. The next hat was too large and was trimmed too coqpiceously: the third too small and prim; the fourth coat too much. . The maleawetnam' smiles were leto tfrequet and the saleswoman herself lees tallitive. T bu y. found herself trowing irritabiut elsbe hoogaiuied her self that she was not mauitlgeh a fwes as that ws I t treaot th -ot miner. 1The she upisred why that fat lad with a asem cr inlad spa chosoalg the og. ri diYalouny small bassets, wbhi..the woman with a l.sg and lh . spent aMr Mthes i aut rcukasIt aeasth a Wb id he wish a wa riag mlt d feathbmaow sa odorbis saw a· m. bs tried it mo it was just whbt she eded. She w asr. it was beam ,u b .om the eswmra age wl her that it .was. The it gua her a very coafcstel fi tos know that it tty coat 47.b. An ao, evet It she ld qspent xls hours in getting it, together with tiadesta. expenses amou tng to laety4-ve cets sbe was aptida. It summed asuh a esenmaibe l t. After dinmwr that th hat ame. One sgei n aher awe air ror, and. oh. what a dleresast It was the worst listlehat:; ae oaa't acs seb bou ght it. she ooksd tsur ita igt sie bad W weOr that hat all wetershwouis Ate put L.t.l ls b.pot, the boa high up sa te dsat shelW ad than sed. --4,'ii inutsani bQ*l b a man espectad to always wear a smIle a led look psettyt ta fda Must a man sped hall bin tip.a fat ofiamiirror. a fsarlee n hIuasd, .t his hair s sewp of Ippit (whil . It ias ta. It eaJ | e tsas A womn4 Ia a is gt a o n ts. w-wu "wtK a. m her eyes A m am io:tter w ut si r ( ,l7 [:i tils nil h 1 It' If . -I"t ,; thall I :1 t I. th sametl wa.v with g'lover, A sIu:; need not vw(ur glo-ves, x'rXlept on ni, portant and fornmal (ny;aItmsan. hut : w.omlan lntt.St iear thllllt or Ile crlt icised. et lpeople talk of the equal ity of the sexes. As to mannerst women cannot fly into rages. Ital men can, and lose no stand.lli there by Men can go into lunllch plac., and holt their folo and act awfully but women can't. They haven't any privileges. - Washington Post Plnely Trastalted. Some years ago a Han F'rancion kindergartner asm threading herwar through a dirty alley. making friend ly viatts to the children of her fimrk. As she lingered om acertain d,.nmtep. receiving the last .otfidences or nW tIw weary woman's heart. she heard . loud but not unfriendlly voweringing from an upper window of a tenement house just round the ormnel. "'Clear things out froml uder fund ot '" pealed the voice in stentorian a cents. "The tE-ucler (, the Kiids Uuards is 'loinlnl down tlhe street'" The "'Chiblren' Guards" from am purity andl ignlPorane' ..o more eip gant translation hls Vet tst'en found to relnder the (hqnn'l:n woad with sucIt faithfullhi',' uld lI.yml,:,thly - 'Childrl'r " Ri !- s " f;retlwigalgt o ,..r T. r. "An evideln.ltt to t t." d fll an oh servat'it tliir ih::lit It il iltll y I tile growl' g gool 1+ tj1( Ih 1 i t11illi nity is the til:h I Iai. ii "ll+tlE'I. now through .r\vl:. l .I;:v ;asll of a disl)siiti, 1* :', I - '!.. .t' i t ri!th er than the il lN l Ih1 ti litn,'l-y .x penldedl The ltll IbtuyI rEll\" I'l q Tuisite ianid valholhle tlhilis imore than they used to. iland thOSe olf mij.)l erate intllnle wanut s.linll. .llhoic things rather than lhbwy Ianld mla'h for-little effw"ts. Merchanlts have undouhtedly I'E t'(Ertra d tinl . Imlll rectly at least. for yett hby year the stock of dt'eiralble trifles ban grown." - New EYork Tilslt. A CIever Parrot. An aunt of mine was paying us a visit, and noticing that Polly had splashed his lath water over a wil dow near which he happln fl to be. said in a severe tone: "l4aok what a mess you've made, you dirty bird. I've a good a mind to throw you out ofa the window." to rwhich the culprit replied in the most contrite tone. "Poor Polly, scratch Polly." But a moment afterward. as the lady and Sleft the rooms together. he hissed out ip the most vindictive tone' hu aginable. " You wretc'h." My aunt returned aEil asked him. "What'lt that you said ." "oor Polly. poor Polly." came thet rePy humbly and teseechin~ly from thi mendacious bird. -Cor, rSt. I vis Ilobe -Demsrat. When told that tobacco hurts them: heir wives never do. hecause shattered nerves. week eyes. chronic catarrh uand lt manhoodl tells the story. If your huhand uses tobacco, you want him to quit. post yourself about No-to-bae the wondeful. harmkes.r guaranteed toba co habit cure. by stding for our ittle book titled: "Don't Tobmo Spit Your Ue Away," mailed free. Dru stores generally sell Noto-beo. Tuesrsataus Raa CDTCo., Inadi.na Miral S priag ladtems. Sam...ame Why The Chicaso. Mlhsankee St. Paul railway is the favorite: It is the odest and was arst in the Its train service is the very best. It is tbh Mrst to adapt i.aprov.meata. Its eleseep lee p~aleae on wheels. It was elgspat daiwl g roose deepers on all-night trains Its trains are lighted by electr.ilty. It rues luisrios chair camrs a day trains. It is the only line using the electric -berth lamp. Its dining car service is uaexcelled. Its trails run Molid to Milwahsel and It i the best oute toSt. Lamis and It is thel best seats to Kasas City sad the wee& It rusebar traise hley to Maiwaumse I Ir two dais saes to L. Lsois ad Lasnss Clap. It is the geseamest last mail satl It is popuaty styled the 'OEi. .ia It turnaieselsty. onl.rt and speed har leeratben ts to the Lowegt rates to ae pealob sL the Ualiud ltns and cm vhlt `ia -ts )waahse"pnily to a eaupu tiabet sget, or to J. T.Oeesmr. ILAsi oa DISCOUNT SALEI We offer you this week a specl l diseeau * 20 per cent. on Overcoats, Heavy-We'ht ing, Shirts, Underwear and la abets 'rIhlis TFVeeh.. cOra.lVI Case, King & Wodzit*L. CA.PITA.L. :,.0011t. , 'LU. ~nD PROFIt. NA A--mr..lm s € L"W'J, .I 'toLT 41b.8I II. IF'i. l r i i,. I'res'.it'nt; ~Vt. Il.\Hu, st. Vice-Presid l. E. 1l1rI ni u.s,,. Cashier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. hitere.it Praid CO~lne Depeoatt FIRST NATIONAL BAIE. MILES CITY. MONTANA. CAPITAL. $SSo0,ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, WV. I. J n..ix, lies ( dlent. (G. M. MIt I"s . Vice-P'resident. 11. 13. Wu\' ~E. . CasA .. ss't Cahier. . . TE .\sst Cas e. I)raw l)rafts on I.,ndon. I'aris. lBerlin, D)ublin. Christiana and F.-reign Cities at Current Rates; To New York, Chicago, St. Paul and Helena. Accounts of Stockmen, Merchants and viduals Respectfully Solicited. Not for Smith and credit V AL Jonnes. but absolutely cash everybody:; % will make no. S crimination in favor of Jo1g cause he may bc "guod"-III, on the same "level." ---On line we will commence b. February 1st, 1893. c,. a3. '1P ~ PATRONIZE HOME BY LOCAT WITH W- -L - m, . u.,....mn.. u-rn