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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO, 138. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS McINTIRE MERCANTILE i COMPANY, t ir the.i ,.*.t nl'. , purlchas ei. If -( ,i arc J1 and cxsitinlc. Our wash good, are rcady flr your in.lpectifn. PH YI('I.I NM. SR. R. (i. RIDI). PHY.Il'HIN ANDl CRGEON. Oik. at W. KE. iavage' Drur ortiin. R. . F. FISH. S(Aratl, Wandarat and (irlrtrhrlfrr I MI.. at W. E. Savages Dnru star.. X. LE(i'HMR. M. D. P. HYSI AN and StUR(IEON. and readence Main St. near Tenth. Whit.I. DNTISFT. Street over Stuaorowere Nltknal Blank arkartatnte ad at reuonah.le priesa. CH(HUECHM. PAL Emanuel Ch roh anor. Paler and str flee ervic fsndu at 1 ..m. a-. SIL paw eet oSmavyj Blest Sundlae ineac amet . J.T Pritehard. Rector. &.t street e s.._ an~Pb t . ** *Is d7; : ý wd.* iPast. TZIAN Comehr Carer Maina Street sppm Rev. lo. D Pasor. CA Chechb of the Sleered Heart Caoees thIrd ead o theatb. High Maw at 30 ni. Sdie Mabmol alt p. m. Vesper and DeeedLetin atlASpD m m. . ?S:.M Ie V. p.: (e W.'Lfd~. S U 1i, 1 I.WG n I"'"1w'ý'..:11et md 11~ U" Fri 11 R T a Veesr t NaSg alnO ud* ua rr4 sod ra~. ~ ~~t mowu~ It. Two of the Populists Change ts to Dr. Mitchell for Senator. 1'r eitIle i L.t S h l ..: Tu1114 Il 1i - l I tt rem l t t plh t ttt f II los t pe. It e I a]s iehu rv . FeI"b. 214. The nan.I. Iof r. A. II. Mitchell. tof er Ifatltge. who hwas t i the candidate of the pqpulist Ilarty for a state ºsnator fromit that Coutllty at |Ithe il last ele'tionll. and who in at present (ole of the Itatird of World's rair mianagers . for Montana. was inji'ected into the Rsna- pi tonal uIsudle yh.ttrday. PopulistY BIray and Matthews v.ttetl for himi. tleaving ti I)ixon. to whowt, forers they had Iseen attach led fur tamn time. i)r. Mitcthtell was a denoalllcrat bwfore hei joinedl thel third party. Otherwise there weat no l Ichange, in the sena1torial hullotting. Thte governolr ytsterday stnt to the , slenatte the' ialltuillntlltents fort the state' Iaurld of arbitration. They are IUr. ('. F. Mtu.iighrtl. oif Warm Springs. W. HI. Eddy. or Ilutte. andl M. ('orltwtt. ofl I Helena. Mes~rs. EIlddy an.il Mu..uighr. aret reniplsointed. The ftrmetr is Ipresai denlt of the( 11utte Miner's unin and ihas lfor sulne time lllt n'l a prolllinent leader in Ilair cir'ltes. IDr. Musstlighir, l is! heavily interested ill llillnes and is one)' of the proprietors of the ins.utne atsylum. Mr. C'orbeltt is well knownl in I.wwin and ('lark itunty. .\11 ialat.tnntl ts wetre IlIunlanilolutly confirmetd. ()ther alpittintent'ltt .entl to) . tllh sni ilte fr conflirlltationl wierei thia' of I)r. W. C('. Riddle and I r. ('. K. C(',it fIr nelltalers ,of the state tilard of nlteli'al exalminmeri. itBth aplintitltelllnts w're' imade i in I)'etenll lr, Itr . it y t;,t\i . It.L le to till .taanc'ites for the lnexpih're. ttrll o f l)r. Hedger andlll the, Van.e (.allstld h I thit resignation of I)lr..\tchlill. Thilt nominaitioins iwere (clt'irined. IBusiness w.s r;lattled ,ff with (co.,n nI tndahlt' slg5itl in the senatt'e yesti'erday. The enlllsulitttees were very busy. aund on1 all sides were signs iof an iltappreitiionl I that the end is t'l-ti at halnd l an tuch(' remi'lains tio ti l dione. Two siubjtcts tit special interest. the irniadwater I.county bill and thet Billings penitentiary hill. were (Hli411.41 4,f in em,:..,mitt(e. or the whole. The e(umiittee rleports. unlfav oraihle to the forlmenr anl r(tlnllending thel Issa.ge Or the laItter. were, adiopted. The llroudwiater coutinty measure was I idalci away wiithout a dissenting voie'. while Senator (;itm n madet a vigorous speech opposing the ls'nitentiarv nleas The lthouse transattedl a large amounlnt of business. The anti-walpers bill was I favorabtly repolrtel frIom the emltlnittee on railroad,. with a suggestion that it is tof doubtful constitutionality, but with a recolmmenidation that it lass. ieing a clae. of legislation that is demanded. Two reports were made on the senate bill for a soldiers home. Two of the special committee. Beetcher and Bensan. recommended its passage with an amendment leaving its location to the hoard of managers. instead of fixing it at tilendive. The other member of the k committee. Lewis. suggested that action be deferred on account of the financial condition of the state, and the further fact that one of the military posts may be abandoned in the future and the site t given to the state for a soldiers' home. d After several neffectual attempts the house succeeded in getting a steering committee to rearrange the calendar. Among the bills introduced was one for a reapportionment of representation in the house. It gives Silver Bow county twelve of the sexty-one members provid ed for, and Lewis and Clarke and Deer t Lodge seven each. Another bill allows _ the appointment of board.of polloecom missioners in cities of 3000 population. dl and still another tixes the maximum fare on trunk line railroads at three cents a mile. and on all others at four cents. A number of house bills were passed, as was also the senate bill locat ing a state reform school at Miles City. The senate bill regulating thepractice of dentistry was detested by yeas 17, nays 5. In committee of the whole the house refused to order a favorable re port on the state examiner bill. The atteedace was small at the time, sad the fried of the bill will make another effort. Meýsry Is Nw assr. WAr.mamVT. Cona.. Feb. S.-Thomas Kelly. of the West Side Savings beak. who teleraphed an offer to Gov. Mc naley to help him out of his aasalal treable has received the following re ply troem Trea e Myron T. Uerisk. of the eesty or savings, of Cleelsad. I Ohio: "I desire to thamk yn for the gosra -l or pr o ra most gsearm prmepas is 'but it eald e be heat to tak pebli 3;.·111~·(( 1 K.ei ,,I'r. ,' ; ,:rny"g, .. .31 3333314 'L3 A. f r eii :, ý'3 .3 t".- It . '4 :ii S r ;'t :rle"- i I tla l,,r.' . . atrt s Iss iu ~ Ir. hut byrý tIlt-rlln,-il l:eta hr. ; r"! ~iti tt.&.t it 34ty snc~t""it. fr A .c" sit; cr t at tti 3 pi'itily s e a rl tt ie3:.3i .t ti lr wi.. Wi nt en b t b no 31 34.tti tm Wir il 2.1 e't sl * n!I r. . ~ .. . 1 I ~ r x I ts. . I 33. io of ia . .nnei l. i . Iwhet, t h. 5 133'. tlet hl ontt ask :1 iw -.. i s .3 1334..;. L):atrith t alteIrnII.:1 WU:ith t.. ht o ftnl~n to e 1.~r t ,33 l t I plyIrt atnu o a llt '1 "' "h" ttw_.e· n"tI l "I a Ti, fle l Lu flh- oh"It nelhrtn "teh rtl a tts titk sl dr.. - t yha "t~." t iltrtt. et1E'1n ýleºIt."a "N . .." i'i r 1a:i':~ l e 'cle -V nIl' .. re ..iis::'h 1"n . A n ., I ' "".t , :: '' a: . " a IL "I undervtnud she comes of a very oll l wily. "'is, you can see the family trait u ,w.r very c.early." A (..rr.ctio.. .dr: In can.0--Slue N.1 wric·h. are i (, 10- wV , t '.0n't 1. 1 w who, the ir grau - jalrents v:r irs. l. .';iil--( . ye.. tl .-v do. ibut thi.y hoIl' that un our- c-.. dlea.-Har p ri' .-:r Papa Trieo It. Aiamal--Audl how did tmy little pet gtt to aslet'p lst night without wantma? Little Pit-P-fiat tried to sing to me like you do. ni:u I hurried up an went to asleep eo'. nI t 1t hear it.--Good News. S The Reass Wthy 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. I Its sleepers are palaces on wheels It runs elegant drawing room sleepers on all-night trains. Its trains are lighted by electricity. It run' luxurious chair ars on day trains It is the only line using the electric berth lamp. Its dining car servie is unexcelled. Its trains run solid to Milwaukee and It is the best route to St. Louis and the south. It is the best route to Kansas City and the west. It runs four trains daily to Milwaukee and Chicago. It runs two daily trains to St. Louis and Kansas City. It is the government fat mail route. It is popularly styled the "Old Relia hle." It furnishes safety, comfort and speed to patron. For information as to the lowest rates to al points in the United States and Canada via "Tbe Milwaukee" apply to any coupon ticket agent, or to J. T. Couasr. Ass't Gee. PassAgt.. Ut. rsi. Mian. mw yusuCssesUt Cnamse. O rrs or tsa C warv Owar Sgfr the sok poor ot the ceumt It ýateak m. , MeeekL 4 Id, o'elnh ý i n.,htb. w.iW t bes basi s aaL dt osajs Ao A. M. Tom-My. but you're looking pretty! Tom- What In fir. Ei:k a,-.;:t Von Have' 3i: ria-Lha('t gti fr ih nii wvill tight ii till I ' 4IT UFII1%O INTO HOlT MATER. -L~ucr:;o Herald New Try ThMs. It will cost you nothing and will sure ly do you good if you have acough, cold. or any trouble with throat. chest or lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Coughs and Cold is guaranteed to Ive relief or money wll paid back. Buaerers from la grippe found it just the thing, and under its use had a speedy and perfect rcovry. Try a sample bottle at our expense anad learn for yourosi just how goen a thing it ale. Trial bottles fr at Wright's drug store. Tage sis l80 and P1. For the iauguratiaon f Cleveland and Stevenson at Washingtoc oa Mareh 4th, exceta d . tickts redig via lti wore and Ohio ralrcad, 1 Patms-i que Boute," will be placed on sel at the ticket ofia. principal ralroads o the west. as well as at the tibket diaes od the altimrens and Oio company. The fare from Chicago will be 017.I for the round trip. These tickets will be sold from February eth to Mankh d nclusive, ad will be valid for return ourney ntil March 8th Inclusive. I The Batimoae and Oho is ths > shorest routse to Washlagton trom nerly all points west. Its truans ea vesibuled breem ed to ed, sad carry Palumem eelag ear No ralroad In Amseisa is better eippedathan the 0O. to taqeam t with spteh sel.t, and eeard be leg aeowid whids wlB vist Wi.dl so to witaess the Magusaetisa eI see. Its 'ma espeisaoa to tsu s 't crowdo foe.r e i as.i.aa.l O. A. I ti um sea. . wrenlte I. oppyt n-l w, Vmeatt apr a JL Teas! Tea s! These teas are put up for and shipped dircit to us 'ronm Japa.n. Case, King & Wodzitzki. 4t'.PIT..L 5;:.llUn. .nRPLt' .,S. PROFITS, NU. WMrr-z.ma Cvx'r, MCEO .A M'P l . II. F. B.rclei.nR, President; Wi'. IAtMoxN, Vice-Presided;t E . B;. .TCH I..O, Cashier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. Xnterest 30a On W ane DepoSIaa FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL. $5o000oo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $6,M WV. H. i, 'el.\, IieMidnt. G.. M. MILES, Vice-President. II, B. \\Wi.:v. Cashier. C. L. CAITER. Ass't Cashier. Draw l)rafts on London. P'aris. Berlin, Dublin. Christiana and all Foreign Cities at Current Rates: To New York, Chicago. St. Paul and Helena. Accounts of Stockmen, Merchants and Ind~l viduals Respectfully Solicited. Is the name very appropriately given to shoes that lack fit and style. No matter how good the materials may be nor how strongly put togtther, 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 S2.;o 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 suffici 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 THEORETICALL.V right, but also have proven by actual trials that they are PRACTI.\LLY so, and thus we are in a position to guarantee the fit of our goods. -o. M.c. woVva d, CKO. B' ' ·I le r LISTn YR.- IEf a ST We a so *UT rs. nwey VIM gmamu"i MIS ýMA UAN