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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO, z4x. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. Ea.t."ro. ! " * ri ,araIl1- . .*a1ra I~xatuya. 4.., J..aaat.. *.-t ..f I ¶,aa..I Wrr.t,.r"rii gaiurt II.la I.aa, , I ralv . . . 1F . alFrill ft),a. . 4 , afwi Iriar. . .'",+ 1.' I1. M44.4ey, ?'.o4.ulaar.... . :.11.,. M Offf~rbl..4oa . ; )7,l a.. il R,.gistatu cit'"..,. ja4a,.. n Mulidx) ". -MCI. .r~r~n + . I an 12 t. , l 4.44,tr .4.41 %i. I 4 Wa~l~w~r ~ir 1'71 \,. W. S' .·l, n:. 1'. M Northern Pacific Time Table. I..4 F:\ : 4411.1;.'. 111 a...!\.: NI..' No 4 lt l untie MIull ,,'t i. . I. Nu',4": .41\ Jr. igit 1.. 1a .a~ No f,/ Ezlrv".t Fn~iul,t y: No :A; 11a). Frl~iullt Official Directory. k~l 1,·tr,·r S' ) f lEl M i ~" ,ft . t ", ... tt. . i .". . i"i"r: 4.t"fu.. ... 1.- 1: r.. -. 44')" . Li. a4-4n'\ 1." aIf .aaa. It" " a Set t"+ iau r 1 a i S? nl . I 11""1...i.+ lit.#,?. 4ra.a,..,,rr F V. \t . 144,i~atay lih.i,..+ I Ntit".i. it .4aad ia, : .Ia. a, I. ,.,.L. IUa..aa.. 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W. Ii. Hialiard. TR.aR. 1..a' RE). l Ara.l Pouir. MiiratW.E..Iaalaaa 4,rug jl~r l, iR.. l'nalI. F. FISH. N '.Nar.a,.,a (4.1k.. 13va.. Dru Store~n. kaN4r. L B. LEH4IIER. U. I). Y PHVtNE'1..4N and4, S4tRIaON. Ice an,4 r."a..Id,.4w Main, St. lnear Te.nul. i N. WIhitn.ei. DIENTIST. alt, Strew' o4ver f443CEE4'.trower National4 Hank fork gluaraut,... and at frflm.44b4.. SlOO,. (H OI H Ito. IjIKOPAL Fmanuel Church ear. Palmer and I 8pm. uaeroly ,om. uRJion, fist Sunday in each month after nu Im Rectoe. ev.. T1 Pritehard, Rector. ETMODIST (huarch eorner Eleventh and Sstrets mvie at r1a.m. and 71 p.m.. Rev. V.G. oyla.n. Pastor. Wa+m. ad 7:0 m Rev. Jmeoev lm . Pastor. CATHOLIC c¶ do tShe Pd eart Corner ed sasdEuit a atm p.m.d SOCITIESA. A. P. A A. H. Yellowstone Ldes ?n. H meet. lat raLflt all . rst and thi Wedsdm l O. V P. Caster Lmleee No. 1. meeta in oment nsdt and thi.d Fri. da I . eacnh math. Me . Ida ... sod sast fasr 3 O4.1 . h . ad CinMae . e mmIta e Jtaseamik aeth atau a ea mlash. Kansas Ki-rk rs Take Scats in the Republik.;,n House. t0.1, 3k." .-S ..f ithe su resser ToI'..K h. I"Ib. 'rh. l he t.opulist hou,.t. tifty four itt numlle.r. ,larched intot re''p res.ntati',e hall this ff oriinl. The pro .essic.tl e.as heaile Iby PIpullist HSpeaker I)liunesmtore UIand Po. pulisit Sj.euker Pro Teut Stemple'. fllhe.eli Iby Populist er geaunt at- .rms Ri'ch. e.trri ing tle Unitedl States tlhug. Thet lI.,ulists .we're. quietly recei.ed. Sl*.tker Douglahss stupprssinll denlonstraltitnl on the part ,f thi. galler ins. Thel r.ll was atled. radllr all unwns l.rs h.,,hlin,. . .rtitioat-ts lnswer.ce.l . .1 fI',\ .l.lp lists a. i~.l¶ re l tIt.ir tl, ri t.mestst agalilnst i'imilig into the 1)o ll.'laes hlouse. lht nil Isuilittel to the decir,,e if the ourt. .11n hiir watis s~l.et drawig;:' flir THE I.FEE l..tTltI R.. Ilh.it-SN. Febl. -_l;. The hou.i haud a ,iestion of arithme tic plresarented to it .esterlna n'v w.vhic-hl a great nmany diis Igtl' . It 1 n ui 1 tij i qi .it stionl tit Iml ake. the regzitration atmla ballot bills the sl" eiatl orier for this afternisui. .As it imeant taking the bills ,ut of their regular .or der it in l.vedi a Ulsttsl.nsiol .n f thi.e -rulels. ne..essitati.Z a two-third v.te. The a.i's ttl t.n s t, t e. i nioit ctaled fior. the tot tieing takee.n I-i divisiion. The clerkt ionlltedl thirty o ilk.favor and tiftel-. l lIagainst. riThe lspealker proi tetl i at tirst ruleIt thatt the mltioit was icarrie. l. hut -hangeid his decision 1and siid it was lost for lI.k of ia tlw third vote. RIight there was the questioitn of arithmetic. Thirty - nti was hlked uilpin biy niny as two thirds of the total ,ote of forts six. They tigured it ullt 1in t hei i'imala systemn. that one third of forty-six was tifteen rand on third. w hihl. to tthirds of frty six iouttl natuirall'y bI thirty aml two-thirdus. .Alloing the rakeoftf" ti gi with the- glreatr fraction wtuld tmake it thirt one.. just the ivotI given for the specital ordler. The speake'r ri tern and the chief elerk figured dliffer ently. They reastunem' that it was ia Itotible to divide even ta memner of the legislatuire intot three pieces. Fi".r that reasUon tine -thirld of forty-six, they rea uned. must tie sm.iething over lifteen, and therefore lutist tle sixteen. andt that two-thirds must ie. double sixteen. or in other words thirty-two. Had the ad v,'cates of the sp ecial order gotten but l thirty voteste tifteen ugainst it. every elody admnits that they would have car ried their point to the necessary two- I thirds. By a strange anomaly the bills had just one friend too many. The house got quite a number of senate bills off its calendar by acting on them in ctommiyee of the whole. Anmng those ordered reported favorably was the much talked of anti-scalper bill. The soldiers home bill was reported unfavor ably. The house refused to make a special order for Sweet Grass county I for the evening. but consented to do so for Granite county, which wastaken up, amended by the committee of the whole and ordered favorably reported. The general sappriation bill wasalso amend ed in committee of the whole and or dered favorably reported. The only incident in the joint assem bly outside of the fact that thepopulists from Silver Row got back to Dixon. was the speech of Representative-C. H. Bray, of Lewis and Clarke. He started out by decrying the long delay in electing a senator, and led everybody to believe he was going to do something to break the deadlock. When he got tired of talking he did what he bad been doing right along, he voted for the republican ecau cus nominee. The object of his speech was not apparent to anybody. and as he offered no explanation, the only infer ence was that it was a good natured at tempt to break the monotony but not the deadlock. Iem.arrats Me*as watSew tue hsee. YNw Yoaa. Feb. S6. -A Washingtun special says: With regard to the al leged fear of Judge (1ream that he will not be coanfrmed as secretary of state and the statement that he will not reaign his pustioe as judge until his caleisatioe has takes ple, Sematers larris and Veet maid this stmoing that there was no ground eor any apprehen sion on Mr. iresha's part. "I' do not see." id Mr. Harris, "that we have any right to refuse to coars any ean whom Mr. Cleveland pe-poses to nomisate to his eablast, so long as he is a sean of good character." "-No ao right than we weold have to chese a private secretary for hi." chimsd d. Mr. Vest. i," t. o , -:.ht. .hLr: ." .: 1 inr. trarner, 'which t, i ,,.; ~ 'tirs 1um:. eraIn1 I have an ,.r 1 : " ,. 1. o..rr ?" t snl a. t, may I -u i' e. ,u ' I . r' p . " I H1t2!1. ,i t I : xe anoi'bher pi.ce of pi." r-I l;,li .1,hdbn t, Youn are wrong." "Oh, n. tin 'o ,1 We only have od;l pie at ,our 1:v". 1 Ia:1 I eat a little pi ce. and mnlaltn,r; ;t d pa eat the reat."- Pittsburg L.: patch. Luck (dirl. .Mrs. Wintrrbl,atnn-I hope you had a goiI timle l:it ly rectvption the other night. Mi-s Pinkerly-Yesx. indlerd, Mrs. interbtrl,lru I always manase to have a good t itn,. no, matter how stupid an af fair is.--Trot Ih Tie 'r.,fltt In Foam. Siim.. Inrlle delrlore the use of foam ins I reparatios in irdla water, claimiug; that .,slch adsitiorns are totally uncallehl for and untwarrated, but it must never thele.s lIe conceded that soda foam can bring frorward several valid arguments in its own favor. In the first place. it aids greatly in keeping the gas from es ~aping too, rapidly from the tumbler. In the second prlce. it undoubtedly adds greatly to the drlss.r's profits. for it is claimed that by ad:ling two ounces .f foumting preparation to a gallon of sir:rI the colf.ct.trer can draw 50 more glasses thIan without the foam. Third;l. we must remember that the als'ppLaraussre of any article of forsl or drink plays fully as impolrtant a ptart as its taste in increasing the aPPetite and stiutlllatillg the gastric secretions, and wilt is we le-ar all these facts in mi:nd ve bhail be inclined t1o haok upon the snowy foam with imore leniency. And. indeed. however we may Iak at it. there is nt denying thl fact that it has come to stay. and to stay probably for a considerable peritsl of tiume. so we must make the beet we can of the tnatter.-Tholmas War wick in Confectioners' Journal. anund to (Get Eves. A manl went up on the elevated who chuckled delightedly to himself and tinally confided to his complnion the cause of his mirth. -You se," said Iw. "*my wife is al ways giving nse things she wants-house furnishings and the like-fora gift. I'rm going to get even with her. • I'm going to give her a year' sub scription to three scientific magazines I have to take." And the gentlemen chuckled in union, while the women going up town with drawing room bric-a-brac to present to their husbands glared frigidly at the plotter.-New York World eleasCtee ttca asths m. An electrical writer has calculated tht the Irim ofa a small piatol ets bree about D000 foot pounds of emsgr. while a watch oeummes about 14-4.000, o00th of a or, the enert da the ballet b. la t to keep thetme for two years. An Edison telehose tranaitter retaies about 1,.000th the energy in a watch. It would therefore be worked for 2.000 yeasm the em.ey eserted is the pisl A ligta n lash of 3.s00.000 o s and 1.00s,0 lamperes. lasting 1-1,000th of a msecod, would run a 1-honepower esgl f 10 secon -New York Telegram. THE CAKE THAT KATE &AMRi This l the ~akt that Katz aked. What I t e lak that Kate baked. TIto the be Tht ate the t.tus That tar to eho ake tha Eat Kat ld. What ta tio. that Kato ThuI arte the $ ýat be ih th cake that Kame hmah. wraW tleu _ Imt I tial theme iow ba m m im Ir el rail % e m eaka at Kate _aed. Kanelt 4d SS ab am at. ý ý p.11! and Weak,·rr .01M.0 Mrre, ROCKING AWAY HEALTH. Ti,. Fw l i :tHr el,. ,.f :I l'opnilpr .-t nri.. an Hlat.L. -ll ..E ST.I:ITI.]I. tlIti.STIIPS5. S(4.re.t Frrn.l lew That nwlnls Frll,ln a I ..l.ulw.te'l d (all-. Hlow It Hila. it. Presentrd. Tisi. i./tio I .O.i e. -_" "') j you knlow that thousands of i te pl- are bting rocked to dleath. slowly but surely?" These words were spoken by a well known physician yesterday. He had just taken leave of a pale. sickly-h lking woman who had come to hint for advice. •*There is an example of it." he comntn ued. "That woman has actually rocked her health away. Raock-a-B1ye-Baby tluiks very nice in verse. but it tI a dali gerolus habit. It is ,one of the comHInon est causes of liver antd kidney complaints. Yes: it is safe to, say that the peple of Auieriea are being literally rocked to death. In their hurry to get aroundl quickly they are jolted on the street cars. shaken up in the railroad trains or in carriages driven over badly paved streets. or by running up and down stairs. and tinally churn their systems out of order in the deadly rocking chair. In this way the whole bo ldy is shaken upi. and the impurities that ought to be remnoved frontm the system arte circulated intot every part it it and stay there. This lays the ftoundation for disease. .mliung the mtist cmuniion of ill-health tihat are Irought on in this way are lisss of aplltite. sickness at the stomach. constilitiont. se'ere pains in the he I. pains in the right side and under the shoulder-blade. dizziness. general weart ness and debhility. If you value your health and life keep a sharl watch for these signs. and when they lieco.me ap parent check the danger at ,once by the use tot a reliable remedy. In this way tyou can prevent the ieadly effects of these troubles." The doctor was right. He told a plain truth. Now. see what soume others have to sly: IMrs. .nnie JDnnePm Malrer. wno as the acknowledged authority in America uponm the subject of dress. lately said, in the course of an interview: "What makes women brilliant? Vivacity. brightness and good health. Did you ever see a sickly women able to enter tain a party of bright people? It is im possible. Women must have proper food, freedom from care and a good friend in need. I mean by that some assistance physically. All women feel depressed at times, and all pleasure seems gone out of life. On all such occasions, and indeed whenever blue and worn out she needs help. I know, because I have been in that condition myself. At such times I am assisted by the best friend that any woman ever had. It is Warner's Safe Cure. I mea it, and I have good reasons to speak as I do, You think I am a perfectly belthly woman; so I am, but I tale several bot ties of this great cuse every season just as I take additional cae in the auso - tion lo tonicgiving food. As you know, there are certain times when every wom an needs assistance. At esuch times and before such times there is. so far as I akno, but one thing that can help, and that is the great cure I have named." This statement is fully endorsed by the well known physician, Dr. S. Clarke, who declares, "There was a time when any man or woman sfering from ay formo a kiday, trubble bad caue for despair. That time has pased away. For the past eight yeam I have treased every variety of kin..y treable in bth men and women, sal I do not bellve theiris acase sve, no matter " how loguteadlng, that it ceasot be relieed r cend by te carels aed aso scieatious u dt Wars.r's B* Cu.n and Ware's 8,r Pills." Them etse need as esemumat, Pi low the vaiuble hbtat shove ia sad ya will erairely Lad lNb ms esm joyable. bow ,i tmcMm m lmm. ia qasacm tr *al s **ileae. rl - -sh seght uip * aswled* pusW In I ansas . m!an n :'1n 1 ith ,ut l -,:k 1;`11 111 . 1h1; 1:.. .. ;i. b .- :nin, a con gresman are ab1v' th ;tl erage. in MVxontana It is differcnt. If \-ou don't w-ear ·,ck, yo.ur chancc, are pretty slim for becoming anything. Ot that hIm window oaf sucks at the ,tort it Case, King & Wodzitzki. '.API'IT'L. Z.a.,. .tRPLUt' \so PROFITS, S U ML.sm 'Y(3r, MOPJT.Ai+ r.a II. F. IB.\r(le .,K , i~President: \V. I I.\.Ios, Vice-Presidel t; i I IiE. \rcnlila. Cashier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. Inferest Paid On alAnlne epoedo. FIRST NATISNAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL. $50o,oo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, Ma NI \V. Ii. JokI.x, Iresident. (. M. M. I.:s, Vice-President. II. II. \\-i v, Cashier. . I.. C .\Rr-IR, .\ss't Cashier. Lra\n Drafts on London,. 'aris. Berlin. Dublin., Christiana and al ioreign Cities at Current Rates: To New York. SChicago. St. l'aul and liclcna. Accounts of Stockmen, Merchants and Indi viduals Respectfully Solicited. Is the name very appropriately given to shoes that lack fit and st\'le. No nmatter how good the materials may Ib nor how strongly put togather, if they lack these two es sentials they are useless to the wearer. This is cspecially true of ladies' fine goods, for no lady who is willing to pay S2.50 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 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 THEORETIC2.ALLv right, but also have proven by actual trials that they are PxAcrT'.LuI.V so, and thus we are in a position to guarantee the fit of our goods. USt YE EAt TAE } Fear 7:ea. olr Renst Cm Im- TmaYT ' AW. i II How I· -.a~~lY~Ri