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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO, 137. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY, SATU RDAY To-DAY the steamship City of New York of the Inman line, will sail from that port for Southampton. The Pnman Company has de termined to fly the American flag and the time for this change has been fixed for to-day. This is an important event, as the stars and stripes float from none of the great ocean liners. Elabo rate ceremonies will signalize the change of flags. Sut our n.W l li:l " ,If la:,li.' and chidren's . -hu'. \ hav\c n,!bl'd un'inc inc sho's andt greLatly nlargtd tour sihec Ihc partinliilt. \W .elicit .our tradilt' in fo t waLtr: ouir quality is ri'..ht and prices low. Sliccial discount for : icln days. ()ur Si.So ladics' kid i- the htst thing for tilhet l mlnt'y wt havet' C". Sprint tcl .mma m ms o art' note in stick. Not ice of sanc later. Cash only. 4I I'lfl %ICI A~nl n DR. R. ti. R )I)D. i PHV'914'J~tN AD SUMMON~,. 1r Office it W. F. Savmagp'e Drug ttttrt. ®3. F. F. . P1143 w Pe'awtCAu Stitogiti A~tONTK t'AiC rif(jt. 1 rnudarut unod (isieirtshelferh 051st at W i.yagrase' Drug intea. P7H tI'R KlA an. MURIJ( and residence Main WI. near Tenth. * Wbitn.e. C DRNTI$T. Siltreet cnat Stehmoweran Natitetl fait gma vrataeti md at reamaithie prime.. CHURCHES. UOIPAL mamnei Charh mor. Palmer sad .J. T Prlaard. Retosr. *RTMDiS? ('harsh cmoer IDereeth mmd estmets letelees at t11am. and I *%% Pimir meeting WedmssF . Imu~r. PIaTUIAN Ctmreh (lraes Maim S treet udfscl i uc aeu al pr~aet u t C('arate o the leased Meart Carner n at thpn ath. tIgh at tilenada Umaieo at 2:2 p.m.ne.r SIOCIETIES. A. T. A A. U. Telrwatemm Ihitys ow raiatS S tm Slat mdl sa a ýns0' W eywaII. meets in (i at R mi iie ad tkJR Fri JJ, I. l~~ae eatsat Maseebt ..st New-~1~·;~ ·L"Y ·~ A Strong Feeling against An nexation Said to Be G:ow ing in Washington. -fl ue nutnxn l..gialhelre Plil|ingl .\lung \t itnsul .5ncl Iutlhr %hu of t l'nlhg sa r."stor. \. To .%ne..atlola. W.t1Sn'.'o. .tx,. le.'.. The following teilegraml from Minister SHte.vns at Hono I111u. recci.eivd aturday. is matde puIlie: '.\ffiirs o state c.,ntinue hoplful. The, subje.cts who were doubtful arec Ilow for annexatiolln. Thei natiles show anl uneIxIlpre'll regard for the Unitedl -tates.. The prulldent conullct of C'apt. WViltz. thet oulfiers andl crllow of the- I.s toll,. is a credlit to thel navy." Tile hllaraeter of the tight that Ihas hl\,elol-ed against the Ilawaiian treaty has cLaued its friends conlsideralle UIn easiness. and the understanding is that they inltend to make an attemlptjt 1to as tell it through. as the oplsi.ition is gain ing sltrength. Senator .\lliiain is countedj amonlllgll thle opltonlents of the treaty. aind those, who are tighting it say it will itl imlllsihle to get a two-thirds rote for it in the senate. Springer, of Illinois. nlld olther nlltIallllnr prolsrme to get a risollution throlugll the house toI asler tuin why it treaty which will involve thei gollvrllllln llt .,Xpl.nditllres an1d] reu.lllire the raising of revenues wus sulmiitted to the senate without iting sutlmlitthli to the houllti al. The effort to dlefeat the treaty is very earlrest. This aftelrnlonl Paul Neumanm. tlhe del;,ad queen'! (.8 envoy. 'alled at the state- delpartlllnt 1land had na oullferenece with Secrletaryv Iostr. .\ s$tatemenllt of the conferelnle has lt snllt to thei president for transmission to the sonate for consideration in onlllm'tinl with oth er informaltionl ,onii ttlhe sulljelt now tlfre that l1ody. .\n additiolnal i ,ltcih I, f c.lr resinmdene. relating to Hawaii was aent to, the renatl, this aftelrllnoln under ex(c-utive s.all. C'astlh and \Wilder. niaiwi.rs of lthe Hawaiian allnexatiinl annumnission. left Washington this evening en route for San Francisco. Thurstonll. the heltad conmluisstionerl.e.pret las to leave Thurs I day. joining his awticite. in Chicago Saturday. whence they will gIo toI San. Francismle together. C(arter will remain several idays Illonger. possibly until after the inluguration of 'hCleveland. Three ('Is-. Hurmi. cl W1AHINiGTO)N. feb. ±3. The C(u0moitl ( tee on immigrationm submitted to the senate a report on the bill establishing additional regulationm concerning immi gration to the United States. by increas ing by three the number of excluded classes of alien. The first are the illit erate over 12 years of age, and speaking. of these the report says that in view of r the alarming changes taking place in the character of immigrants swarming II into the United States the measure is not a harsh one. Aged persons. however. are permitted to comae and join their families. The second is those persons partially or wholly dis- c abled from manual labor. They are to be made subject to specal inquiry and proof must be procued that they will t not become a public charge. The third is that clas of persons belonging to 1 societies who favor or justify the unlaw ful destruction of property or life. Un der the present law, says the report, I they can enter the United States, but the mesare proposed4·I a remedy for this condition of afairs. lte Ls.talse,,,. HZn.xaA, Feb. 23. Despite the fact that yesterday was Washington's birthday. the senate had bus ines to transact. and as it is so near the end of the session it transacted I It in the morning, aad in the afternoon adjourned in respect to the memory of b he father of his country. The most of the business done was transacted la committee of the whole. Among the important bills Itroduced was one cre Sting the eleventh judicial district to consist of Valley and Teton counties. - the tepth district to be made up of r a gus. Chateau and Flathead. Another . Imaportant bill was one by Mattes Aiag the boundaries of the new county of - UvlvaHL When the senate meets today [ it wll have a umber of measurs reedy to be acted upon. - Thee weo no new features in the is joint assebly, tb vote being relatively the ea as for two weeks. M A Useselis 5tsre.. v Barrm. Feb. .-The mafler trial of -M Mary Pea was akly cone 2 msed teday, amd Iv witnses for the sdates - esmleud. eg a oted that the Ie an d nmuioen mseeother" widly and delssegalfy mandesan hsr bhby. 1if ' ,+il: I . 'iii t ' !ti i. -.~ Iu lifi lfif'r l tfu lhy ih..it:g; a hl.:dt arountld her. l'Pisiy 1 iT-,tt that tl,' , hI l h 1s h.ead h:al ble,<n 'ract'lured inl twtlc llaces. t I.1 atin s ttr nil the ri, hit leIt lrokei. , ill lat tl. it t wr i sn tI Sit . ~t f fi,,d l i the inteh ti':.i . I tI ld thait o () i. i".hlnt hdl ll.,n given nit fr it t last everni dayus isfor, death. Sveral nurtes tstitiedl that pins had Hen r tlVed byl thein frog. the child's Itrn, t and tither parts of the lotly. The mother frequently wishial that the child wouhld dflie. Tih trial was this evening taijourlted till Thursday. Lxttra ,'iwfltou +et-it ra). WAsH'NIiTOIN, Feb. i. Matters are getting into pretty lad shape for the closing days of the session. In addition to the tight to be made to defeat the sundry civil bill. a hard light will be matte against the Indian appropriation bill. The whole policy of Indian educa tion established by Commissioner Mor gan is going to be subjected to attack. It is understttl that some strong me. hers of the approplriations tconnmittee are going to join in the fight against the mueasure. The silver men in the house claim they will have strength enough to prevent the passage of the sundry ctivil bill under any pgrliamentary tactics that may lwe adopted to get it through. They say they have no hope of getting thte Sherlman amendment out, but will defeat the whole hill. They say their plans are al Iaitl anti the force of tili htusterers against the bill will be almost as strong as silver in the house. They will tight it by every nteans known to larlianwntary tpr.Ledure. anti they clainm it will be itmltssibl,' to pai it un der the rules or to get signatures enough to secuire cloture. In tfact. they regardt It as certain that they will defeat the bill. This. of course. would make an extra session absolutely certain. tpubliC a Mlil.ail . Make Pr.mlaf. 'rTolK.%. Kan.. Feb.'t. ~ The suprenme court this morning tIstk upl the halwas corpus .e'mi of L. (i. (iunn to test the le Sgality tof the republican house. After considerable argument it was decided that the iurdetln of the prndsfs rest on the ielpubliean hours. Frank L. Brown, tlerk of the republican house. was then examinied. It is underattssl that the stIlicy of the lpopulists is to delay the hearing by the intterIosition of all sorts of objections until the populists can pass all the bills they desire antid adjourn be fort thle court can reach any decision. ToEtKA. Kan.. Feb. '2. The republi can miembners of the house and senate. in caucus tonight, decided upon IHailey Waggoner as contestant to the seat of John Martin in the senate. Waggoner's election will not occur until after the supreme court renders its decision in the (;unn case. The 3.....Why th The Chicao. Milwaukee & St. Paul qi railway is the favorite: It is the oldest and was tlrst in the tield. Its train service is the very best. It is the first to adopt improvements ly Its sleepers are palaces on wheels. It runs elegant drawing room sleepers la on all-night trains. C Its trains are lighted by electricity. ' It runs luxurious chair cars on day P trains. It is the only line using the electrio a berth lamp. Its dinin car service is unexcelled. Its trains run solid to Milwaukee and Hi Chisago. d It isthe best route to St. Louis and the south. It is the best route to Kansas City and the wet. 4 It runs four trains daily to Milwaukee I and Chicago. It runs two daily trains to 8t. Louis and Kams City. t It is the government tst mail route. It is popularly styled the *Old Rla lbe." It fturnishes afety, comfort and speed to paitr r i For inormation as to the lowet rata to all points in the Uitd States and Canada via 'The Milwaukse." apply to any coupon ticket agent, or to t. .T.oa. s.a d anassra.n e.es Am mss I SOmrrsn or Tam OCwm Caps Osr Cowras. CoUTy Mu-es Cmr. Meat., Fa.. I. I , S Sealed pLroposal f. l . r ag d ly _ial atteadan (iatgdigr t dhku for the sk poor tt the a wl be seall edet b us a rded asthe Kasit nt. Co"st A . r. kfo or a "or ,- in sr liay lm,. ii , if nlke thin. nore than cig '-aI rP w n. 1o rd you don' want to do r ho Ion 't,. madie nuth womn stop it the h moker a it hre ot taing pporut his urhat oulrd i your mother ay if "Dont you kow" she begnextan, ery.that you'll n:v .r grow li p t be a big, strou:t maelder one's y tk those bad itaretlk. The You'll die. tn:d you dont want to do tht, I know." "oaw. I won't dte nuther," said the cigaretteg smoker without taking out his Thet would your mother ay but said saw you?" was the next query. "Oh. she lets me." A chubby little chap of 4, round e teked :n a mere baby, stood at the tlder one's eL.cL during the talk. The woman turBell -An to him. lo • "Your little brol, 'r doesn't smoke cigarettes. You are setting him of Eha example." The younger boy smiled, but said nothiau . "NSaw. Ih don't smoke cigarettes," spoke ui t!+e other one; "lie smokes a pipe. Andha tihe wonmn f. abafriend before thue two t..., a ,oi in fat.-New York Time:. A L ,At i.ri iieatlu. A ,rripton .t eart.. Angelicsa Belletio-And do yoner of a so much like vyt: .rithi'r? Auhightnh;iu.: uhit r-Dromio of Ephl: ons or ork. n morThe likear Dt mio of comicalr. ese.al parts ya esh petition Th parts gelica lled righe-I eg your left ardon tIha rt is th betae of your friend n yr Aork of the eart is to repi r the iter Here is a question and answer of a high choolin abo pupit half a min Briefly describe the heart cud its func tions or work. The heart is a comical sha C.ped raham. The heart is divided into several parts by a fleshy petition. These horts are called right artillery, left ar tipulery and so forth. The function of the heart is between the lungs. 'ih h.r Weork of the heart i to repallir the differ eat organs in about half a minute.-Mice A. C. Graham n Unierty Crrpn- ac ent. Bstiin lias cshi..ishsed at co-operative hoae for young women students. There are d-ccoumations f-r 1l0. and the Iiteth.-l of bioarl range from .1..0 to X.I3) per week. we love iiuly -rtially till we knew thoroughly. Grant that c cHoser ac quaintance geveals weailfiec: it will also discloce streugth.-B ."""" noew Try TrbhIs. It will cost you nothing and will sure ly do you good if you have acough, cold, or any trouble with throast, hbest or lunge. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Coughs and Colds i guaranteed to give relief or money will paid hack. Sufferer from Is grippe fomed it just the thing, and under its ue had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our expenes and mlear for youweslf just how gom a thing - it is. Trial bottles free at Wright's dnrw*el foge iue 50bos and J. Per the inmugration at Cleveland and Stevenson at Washingtoe on March 6th. excursio tickets, reedhg vi Balti more and Ohio reioad, 'The P" tures q Boate," will be placed on sle at the etoces oft prilcipal railroads at the west, as well as aut the ticket cees of the Baltimse, and Ohio company. The fare from Chicago will ha 7IU for the ound trip. These ticets will be sold from FPebruary th to Marh 3rd lnclusive, and will be valid for return journy until March kth anol.. rs. Thbe Baltiore and Ohio is the shortaest oute to Washblgtoo baom nearly a points west. Its trans are vestibled from nd to end, !ad easy Pdtimeed dl.ap c Wa. No sailed In Al eris better egulpp thethell .O. to tapet width dipehdtyr. sd mees the laage eesed whick wil vitWahiMPtnge to wkaes the ieaii alws seimmlmes. Its loug esapgeea e to beeqeseW g I *aoam pmswd a tm.ar Cet ares. atnd s oew rse.i a edme oe.1 L e..sngs.8 t.ar . 6e, es a gon veh kI e assi d the - s - i ates, tesd t. o ggy to t S. f Alll Haut. ktst ( I dab l rrs ,lpp Teas! Teas! Jut rcccivcd (our ,pccial IXA&POIROT 014 O º r31. These teas are put up for and shipped dlireDt to us 'rocza Tapraz1. Case, King & Wodzitzki. FIRST NATIONAL BAIL. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $50,ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, S le W. I. JoIl,.\, rCesidcnt. G. M. Miti:s, lice-President. IiB.H. Wuti.Ev. Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cashier. l)raw Drafts on London, l'aris. Berlin. Dublin, Christiana and a4 Foreign Cities at Current Rates; To New York, Chicago, St. Paul and Helena. Accounts of Stockmen, Merchants and Indj* viduals Respectfully Solicited. ('APITAL. I.iM,. SURlPLUs .Dro PROFITs. S N iH. F. BATC.l.ORK, President; \Vit. HA.\RMo, Vice-Presidei E. E. BATcHELOR, Cashier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. anteoz-eot eP,:AI O' n aidCu s o Depoolae Is the name \ cry appropriately given to shoes that lack fit and style. No matter how good the materials may be nor how strongly put togather, if they lack these two es sentials they are useless to the wearer. This is especially true of ladies' fine goods, for no lady who is willing to pay $2.50 or more for her footwear will purchase a shoe that does not so conform to the natural shape of the foot as to be comfortable, and which does not show a suflici cient gracefulness of outline to fit the head as well as the foot. This is just where we come in. We never put in a new line of goods until we are not only convinced that they are THEORETICALLY right, but also have proven by actual trials that they are PRACTI'.ALLY so, and thns we are in a position to guarantee the fit of our goods. c. M. TWOFFW COO LIStT Tm EAI ESTI MA YW MO IIl - u Ip I.·r1 tk I. ·;~9f