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VOLUME XI. NO, 142. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAIL, I 'L(OSE. n f.t+.r . in , merol :Ini !.n'n - • 5 • p. f r) l 'n rtlt"r,. 4,r tll i.. if .l iur"'-tll ... .l4 I, n, N',"t",I, ,u. r d. r an 1,eba l p.. W. . i', l i,' t .. .l.r II ,l ll .,, l l .. . h I. "+rin - .....t Y',i. :hi Official Directory. .f. . I.i . 1 . ...r I. i t Soli . , r l .... I l,. I 4.t, |. tti',. .u In i. . Ill (it 514 1, ' 1 Ti u.r i . I1 utn ,ie Itt t' . it,, Intr it 1 yi m o l Fr €ir1.Krr i.tl..r ..1ih i t. Stnndla'. tilr ., ,. , " I f ,- . . t k .n '1rir. F. h'. I .'t li,:. , .I .I. lor'hern Pacific Time Table. N I., . .tlr..1r -' ... I Xr.I,,I . N l,* r. .. M :('1 a. un, N . ,. Pay Frchool , Mr ,, i tn. No I m..h 1., : N., c,4 F\ir, o. / T'r.i:ht ...;. r a . Ip n.n N,.i itt n. r t .lr*i, t .l ':1"il i'. ti. Official Di ry. 11, rrnll ) ~ , itr, .- .... X . }}'. lrt .L.pr. h" I Stnt ,"'l r. T ,lr.rl l. U". 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OLCarch of the Sased Heart Corner tSa7: 3: p.a ad Daadt toiaat n dm prm. a Mass Srt and tha.d Fri d .. aa ouh .r a t ~ at aad t hird Tharadaa 'SI.. ýmaý"ý:a1 aalmaa eaaat Naa bslmya~ta -.n rhrplr Y~ l r ~ lt#J~li · u~L imh ~ ·r .41C·..'lr Om~J. ben~ TilE': IE IS.r I' E. ( losing Up the Accounts Which the Members Owe to this State. TIle Al% plroriaitiln 1I.i I I.ainl.r l's.u..i.l.ran ii,.. ti .~d.ij.ourlnlun,- Tai..ke l1itll Itt N umotollr. il tlt1 I N'1.a l. 11 Y. "Thi' .imani' a Il stI I ta'li thli. result ..f the to,te ill the joint alsembhly *,iste'r dlay for L'nitetl Stateas senator. .\1lmflng the hills pllafl'l by the. hIi .us was that .rlating iruanit. ion nt3. It is a house lmealtsure. Thia gteneral and all the spae.unil approplrittilrn hills were Imal+ald aitnd seint to th.e se.nate. ThI san ate' hills aISSmld hby the holsa ' includle that .ext.enaling th.e lif'e of ce.lt.ratioas to fift. 'ears. with amazienilnnt realdu. iug it t,. fiorty la;rs. just alahha what it is naw a. a.l thIati ai.teniligi tie geieral inl,'.aralaaaatiiin nllt ol liti's laid lawal lby the llala.rllas a lntana; eitias at th.eir r.-l .tat '.aifall-r,.'(l" huere. In tila tflllflarlltal wairy J.lldge I., ch ctalhl.l tha iattalntiaoll lf thia hallm.to wlall. itllms in th.l g.aaeral apprl. triat,.i bill whii h ighlit ran.la.r thalt ill.lrtant thr.ll of atlatilla tic, oft tle cnillstitlution.l lprol iahs that tiha, geneiral apal(lrprinltian hills slshlall lal lalfr nathlllg but tlalpprlp riati ons far the alIitinry exla w'lae of the le'gisaittrv. axciul tili' anlI jut.liiall la.. lartntlllllllt f tihe. stal. intere'st in tilhe puhill tlehat antl fa ar lolhl ii a.h a la. anll that all othter alppr.olriatins sihall he mantla ha salairate, hills. ailh .'iiiliaelinig hut one sulbjeet. li the gean.ral alpprar riltion ill just paIss.e.d the ieterinaMr ul rgeal'. itaieslaatar lof mie tm . Ihailer inl s,' tar. liaminerail lani i ill isia llr. kee'ping f thl insul ne . iare of th'e l llea an.ld alua.ha auntieas ni sta.ak al.estrioing aniianls anal others whiih it was la,, iou - ftil amuill csabi, tllaflr thei head .l of 'ithiar exeautif,.. lgislttile ir" jualii.ir. lIe suggestala thait IhIa.s. itaems liasl Iatt.r he gott.la out of the l-na.Iral apllp.lpria tioni hill aiutl eavaereal ai. iII a s.ajiirat. aill. ltepres.intatita fLaasea. when the. niitta*r was hrouglht up att thil night . ssi.l tin aa astill making anll allppropria tial far theI Hiastoriaial staaiety. stated that thae genearal alpprlalriatian hill hadi ia''l alrilwna lla n liaonas mstnl,, a.aue-ts.al ie I the state letal adviser. the attorney gen eral. unit he had no, dlbt of it -loing corretly drawn. .is the aittorney gen eral would the the ,one cniwsulted shouild any eof the state oiceters have tlouhts a-blout the form of the general appJropria tion till. it le not likely that the sugges tion of Juidge iach will b.e actedl on. The senate yesterday. in etemunitteet of the whole, acted favorablly on a large neeunW'r ef hills appropriating IIoney to pay private claimse,d nd ales on the hills appropriating monmey for the state erdu catonal institutions. Senator (ilsuan took advantage of the' oecasion to define Ihis position on the educatimnal institu tions. He said that while he was in favor of the consulidation ot these insti tuthens. now that he had been vanquish i ed and they had been separated, he was in favor of the state treating them all liberally, o that they could really help the cause of higher education. He said he would favor the next legislative as setably levying a special tax. ay of three-eights of a mill, the proceeds to go to the institutions to supplement the federal endowment. In the course of his remarks he took occasion to remind the senate that he thought the members had maede a mistake in not passing the senate normal school bill donating 810, 0(iO and ninety acres of land to that in stitution, but in its stead concurring in the house bill which did not contain these provisions. In closing his talk he aid in reereence to the normal schel bill: "We hae earned no honor here and have not done our duty as the people had the right to expect we would." One of the saddest incidents of the sessoan occurred yesterday when ena tobsayliesof Fergus county, received a telegram announcing that his little girl was ill with pneumonia and was not expected to live. He was urgently re quested to come home at once. as the little one wanted to se hism. Under the circumstanoss he was granted as ildenite leave of abasaee and he had e dlc.ulty in seuring a pair with beator Bufurd on all politieal ques The enate yeeeesry killed the fmledewatr crnty bial by a vote et ten to slx, bt it wilel seup today on a motion of Senator Matte to rseonsidse. The two ralrned bilaas.e i a to freight traul and the other a bnard of rahlrad semslsnaUeksra were made a qsedcial der fur today at two o'eleek. No asna.yi. tHaas. Marsh t-eeml to the i,10fH ( 1. ' ,.ati* r .ii 'o !I,.s ti, N;iw that th" ;.'.ant ('firstname.lastname@example.org tEx-l. , i ii,.t :i 'llh.ir en it :.ei i a i. hiand. ixnh itf.lrlatl iit :it ". 1 t i i trn s'i ; si iln r ,xhii hitioins.ay ii t of ieisrtstt . "Th.ri hayw Itnn'ol twe.I '.f thorin. Nuot that inL thi lliowing statiatii s the nulntllr of nw.ier : refers to spa.'" s.iupiied Ilv buil linj.s In.dlon. I.; 51, aius 21. ixhilitirs 14,((1 admissions i,.IxJ.a)O. dlys ol.n 141. r. eilts $ 1.780.0sN)l; )ublin. 115:. acres I adlissions 1.10.(.00(. daysuol.n 170: Neu York. 183.'. ares tl. exhibitors 4.0(). r.e rceipts 384001.5; Paris. 18ý>: acres 24i 'xhibitinrs 24.s(K0. admissions 5.0(t.000t ,lays ojin 2(00. receipts 644.000; London. 18;2. acres (lti.. exhibitors 29,100(. ad. missionls (l .(K).0K). days open 171. re ev.il,ts $1.f14.000: Paris. 18017. acres 37, exhibitors '0.N0(o. admissions 10.200.K000 ldays open 117. receipts$2.100.0(0;:Vienna, 187:1. acres 10. exhibitors 70,I(W. adnlis :ions.'l.:o0.(). days open 18(t. receipts not stated: Philadelphia. 18761 iCentln niilt,. acres Oi. exhilbitors 31.(tlr. adrnis swii ns !l.(SK0.I(. days ols'n 1:)l. receipts l3.8lNI.tN)I: Paris, 1878. acres 1().l exhibit oirs 1(t.(4l5). admissions 16(00().000. days -I..n 1.)4. receipts $2.:(0.000: Sydney. 1t79. acres 15. Texhibitrs 0.(xtO. adumis siuas 1.t1().(ltl. days opt.n 216t . receipts i'-N(.(5 I: Mella)srne. 18$(., exhibitors 13. (NM). admissions 1.:13,1o(. Ino other data: fUaris. I.48. acres 751.,. exhibitors 0l.0()0. aihnissiuns 28.MCt .t(N0t. days open 183. re ceipti s $.7TIl.(KUl. The buildings of the. ('icldum ian exposition, exclusive of the Elietrical. Adm finistration aln Live lt.iek strfctufres will cover about 83 air's. Ti,, reach the, great stlhow swiftly. surely and ulimfortably. ask your home ,agnt for tickets via the Burlington unte. or write to W.. C. C. Kenyon. (ien. Plass..lt.. St. Paul. Minn. RAILROFAD JOTT'NGS The Illinl-s (enitrl has divided tIm contraet. for I..iSi iar. Is'tweeu thI. Molnti \rno'n .Car cinpiiuy anil the Missoturi Car and Fo undry c.msipimty The fast mail t'lilihiiiiielt ot the New York 'Central consist.ts of 82 ears. all if whlch are to iws'qituili'l with the ne'..i - sinry fixtures for illnumnmatilon iv in, prem.,l asg by Aprl Thei' New York. 4()itarlo and Western kas changed tihe lanie or .1linutsvili. /Lato n tio Men1.s tben'at.se the wmolie Lanie confusedl with the stati,tn 11 lrri. wille and mcansel tr ouble to shlipier Thei governiuent ljtys thle r.ilrmiut nearly $2.3.l(i.N.tN a year for carryim: maila. This is une-ouirth of I Ier ent: on the total capitalitation of the riad: or at their market price about oe-h,.l. of 1 per rent. Trbe Leades. rilakta Wlatr. Professor Frnkland speaks nmfavrcr ably of the condition of water wheu taken for 'oantumption in London dor ing November. He uays that on Nov f2 the Thamzes at Hampton was cheu ically in au even worse condition than on Oct. 1. though bacterially it was -on siderably better. The water was very turbid and brown. but was in every cane except one effiiently filtered efore ae livery The unfilteredl water, taken chiefly fr.m the Lea by the New liver cnan piay, was on Nov. 1S both cabenkmily sad bacterially las a unsmally had cso di*i . Comparsesd with the smple takea in the pevious mouth it on.o taied mose thea twice as mud orgeana matter and more tHmes four times as msy microbes. It was also turbid ad yellow, hat before t was dlaetebuted It was eniasutr leared asd tImproved The deep well waters of the at Los dosa sed Vole Valley ccmpaies coas taied meorseani matter W tseha - laut they wee organically m b better than any of the river derived suppl. Ladon PebllcOplniom np.aaie .r w.N.. Speslkisg of thsb msage, eveuttul ble tory of words, the isartord ouant notes that "quese owgiaslly meaet aim ply woeasa. bet now delaigates the moat ttr plan which the earth c be iow. while with the alightly dltesat spelling of "quesa" It steaes for a woe as a doifa ent sort so, too, "kave" at the start meant only a boy. as I the German fous. "kasha." but as boys go wrong omeste. the woreed t tim oh. tained as unpleasant eaa. The word "imp" ight ve bee aded as having bed very mecb the ea . hltory as "hkvae fcr. seawusa eatr soda, or -oo.. It sn ea seed for a ebld. snd mw it meUns as m alkr devil. Lord res spef .'th~e maset vktrtuwaued geedly young impa. the Da.h of tluet sd his brother. . The Fmesd .r se.s Oem..a Tbhe see elledevours ala l bit s it er m pet at caen-t4he aae. It H seaid that whes the crocodIle rasa us hore e opqn his Jaw., sad this lard s eers ad wallows the lee ses which ase Sbnd abst the mal'e jaws suad teeth. said wth haw eollerted there owing to the aerns_. e me on ,as datinte sthe war lehes wluethaw Nisas the east PH YSIC ',OMY. A Iw it inl upplsr lIp ,ldicates timidity. \-ry I.re. thilci qIs are a sign lf 5. t iet y An q:pen mouth is a sure sign of an mlpty Icad. An insi.nificant nose umans an insig nificant Luan. The Roman nose shows the greatr charac:ter: the Gireek nose the greater taste. Half chut eyes show great natural shrewdness. together with a lack of sin cerity The man whose temples are full in the lower part is apt to be a great lover of eating The greater the angle made by the ey in profile with the mouth, the greater the stupidity A deep cavity between the nose and the center of the upper lip is a sign of wit and cunning A long. perpendicular hollow in the center of the forehead is a sure sign of weakness of intellect A person who habitually looks out of the corners of his eyes is to be avoided. His natural tendency is certainly toward deception Large, long iearly teeth belong to sen timental, ilmaginative people: small. short, yellow teeth to those of an unp, etical turn of mind A godn chin. viewed in profile, shows a marked del:ression above it and below the under ip,. and an equally marked prominence beneath. Long foreheads,. with spberical knobs in the upper Part, indicate genius, per tinacity without decision. coldness, va .led lv fits of imn.etuosity.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat. TURF TOPICS. A $80.i0l race track is to he built in the city of Portland. Or (tuy Wilkes is crowding Electioneer closely in the way of fast racers. Tilford. trotting record 2.7I. will be canipaigned at the pacing gait next sea son Anstralians think well of American trotters and will campaign several this year On the day that Stamboul reduced his retorl to 2 i)i two of his 2-year-olds got records Isltter than 2:80. In Al:trna the Trotting Assc.iation/.f Vienna Intends ftounding a Inu purse of $12.lo for trotting 3-year-olds born and bred in Enrope Captain (rntiths paid $250 for the pacer Flyin'g Jib. and he won $14.,7$ during m192 Guy. who was bought for $400. won $19.254 during the past seasu A turf writer says that the man who waits until his colts are 4 or b years old before laginnting their education errs as much as he would if he waited until his children are 21 yearsold before teaching them their letters Elngland teagan snre than 100 years ago to build up her present aagniftcent system of public roads When a turn pike plan was adopted. It took only 8:0 years to build 10.000 miles of just such roads as the people of the United $tates are beginning to demand. WORLDS FAIR NOTES Eh-Prime Minstetr 'rip and a party of Italian tesnds propose to visit the Chicago espoetion Ml.s. Julette Adam. dtor at La iouvelie Reve. announces that she wishes to discuss Ia the paes onsss t be held daring the Weri's frir. t subja.t. "'The Plitical %aResog cr Woams PAr Eewqpaper Woak." At Potland. Me., thee dis.played ewatal samples a the soal & Mine ibh which am to abe eibitd at the Wolts falt. 'hers medeis am mid -f selatia.,pt # ea , a m Ifn m .s elssad -stad moat accurmsly. Mr. Edwards the Ameo a -omenl --aseal b Bhetis. wllD mMd to td bL . Carnoluhiab ebdlotelbw a portrad l aiIshb ih nowich is ow. slm t a sode BU M . s sad m at the aet Ind." inueald by s..re. which is the week ft eaUsm artist WOVLIES OF THdE DAY. A ac a for Ilabelig m an. A esta4inthe lat phamsgraph. As adding attachment for penils A word easesing devioe for typeweit mer A had -abnplg halL with a wary f for aito g bgu s pnw se of w*asig sgatest th~ea A See thd4 . of a paver f aml abasesal. ashes sad mishaawl ts sesek to as e tis the g a ha vi $r .a leas. M Ibe h m.bin ssesi a wiet s.MA In It'.ansas .1 1 cll| (-,u go tvjitholut bock, awl h- chm c,- fjr lfcoming a con ýrc'-man arc abcve thi atlrage. rInr tirorrtana It is different. If you don't w~.ear socks your chlance, are pretty slim for becoming anything. "cc that show wn!dow of socks at the tore of Case, King & Wedzitzki. .'.PITlL. F7.rsUt. MtRPLU. ino PROFIT S.! mz..I C3xTJ"P, iIc01wJ.&w5&!'a. II. F. B.iT ui , Plresident; \VM. H.IaKsMo, Vicc-Presidenrt E. F. B.\Trc-IE.i, Cashier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. Zotere st PIS.c ca "mtaame P Dem~l.pamp.a. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL. $5o,ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $.l0,em V. B. J1o(.t, l resident. G. LM. MIt.-s. Vice-President. II. B. Vit.E. Cashier. C. L. CARTER, .\ss t Cashier. Draw Drafts on London, lParis, Berlin, Dublin. Christiana and all Foreign Cities at Current Rates: To New York, Chicago, .St. Paul and Ilclena. Accounts of Stockmen, Merchants and Indi viduals Respectfully Solicited. Is the name vecry appropriately given to shoes that lack fit and stylce. No matter how good the materials may be nor how strongly put togather, if they lack these t wo es sentials they are useless to the wearer. This is especially true of ladies' fine gootds, for no lady who is willing to pay S2.Go 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 THEORETICAL.Y right, but also have proven by actual trials that they are PIAcrTlA.LLY so, and thns we are in a position to guarantee the fit of our goods. -- -..v . f ISlT V NAIiII IS. I -' ...... . .U W , r aavs. mumfusorsY