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M I I E. 0s ' I T lY . Xt I 0N f .% N ' . E ver., Mor n(in ` i. a'tl!t s *tom i .y. Mt M al.. Ia AIvEt' ro. rt*ElEr eIn. .....n.......... .WMLY EIrTIEON, IE.LLwl% PAPER. Y . . .ieMouths.. Sunday. Mar'h .1. 18.l1. THE NEW ...IPI5RTI"4IENTI At a late hour of the last day of the jlgiulative session the new aplportion ment bill, ametndedl n sm5.,e resEl.ets am it came from the hoIEue. was p.a'Ed by the senate' and will no dEubht In'',IIom a law. The bill as passed increas.i s the re'lp i.ewntationt in the lower houre frEloml ) to (il: ('aster 'ounlty Ite netltting tE to it extent of a joint nme'nl r with l)awson In order to make plaitn the effect of the bill we have prelared the following S"¶ible. showing the represntation -if! each county llnder the lll andlll the ilnew apportionmlent. the' frl.etioll (,1i illng used to exprtes a joint uEE Ilel.r with ian other c'Eiounty: ('lntr ,,l ....... . ('astelr ... D 'wa.r . ........... Melnttl ,uI. . . (lalati .... ar........ .... bIEn:d.. . : ,va lljN., . •I I 1'PtE . ...... ... .. Vallte................... Total..... . . ... .. , Park county imakes the largest gain oi any. Beaverhead. Fergusl andl .etler son are the only comnties not despoiled of territory that lhse in representation. The loss to (Choteau. Deer Ltilige and ]Misoula is more than made up bl) the Tepreientaltion given to the new 'clun ties taken from the.ir t.'rritory. The joint nlmemllhers. of who there are three. are for Vallehy and Fergus 1l1 It)awsEsEn and C'uster .1. andl Iterr lEdge and tMiss.ula E 1. .A eEIrsIE' EauiniationIi tf thelist VEouhl hiilE. to tie.E opinioni that the IciEiniLg con.. tis ELi Illl u alhe the the apporrtionmEllnt ili their iltElEilit buit it is perhapis not fairl tE ehlr'ge this asi there are ,l riier il .ionIties tllh t nitte aE comhbinatlioin of uauing lilld riinge steek or mliing wild aritLlllture.. selt il. i (as 's coade. Fergtius. Meaither. .Missouoi. Park. RIavalli and Flatheaidll. (In iith surfai, there det.s ll't alEilIe r tEo l e i E1l re aon.,E i for a vigorous kick frotlll inylll1d'y. THE BA ALI) Eti.Ei: IOi' Till: IID( K .it Thoset who hearll Matts o" f Mit s ,ll in i the campaigll ,f I.;lnt full. antl re.nuiher what e.olfort ;and sol . his isit g.;e to the hakint legion,,s ,,t ('ust:',". oi'un ti's dentm* raeý. will n, d ,.,,t be inter eated in ruiling this summin. uI, 1 f 4 the' tedoubta.te ehumitittn il tl.. inlst issue of the Butte liner. oie of th.e I. 'liladt demuocrati lpal.rs of the state. The.,. corpt is the ' mr.n hliulii. to'ti', ..f an ,tlI i to r ia l a rt h 'h1. . t ,o hu n t , re p'lr o, . uo e * ,i tire.nd llt ; r. i is rll\ s: M r. Mat, - :..s l,..n :b n ,l ,lituentll e. by the danos'rais .rf a.l. I,.na urali htot'.r.I as we kto, far lit-Y .11.! his d.e ,erts. [I, was r.,ked u tn is a tfn it abilrity and character. I)nu..'rats t, \vh iimi the word detata e rnuey h, it -arre. me' ning pro.titutn'd their r l.auls lla sii ing ' itp piaue, to hlil arnll strli' illu lllngues. len. tl hiat Metl of iwitme' at .e it would be an hpenr . fo,_ r __ _ to fls)'. hal\e Lgiven himl their h- ,n.st platulits anll..,!t we tino thi n, t iounehrin I ,lita .ali? ntr lomlpr.i;,a. iw_ in tIhe halls ,f M,.ntana'. statesmrat:n , ,'rittidint.i the len wh, have built the a a, th ,.'rat, lliart of the, state. ,ladvisrig T.n a.iho metn' Iewtn the-ir hi-t cat an. te*·rocks osf ttrue dentlartney an l.int tin his pdith and leprous e tirne r at iart wrha.h, ahile1rm made it tisile fr him t," strut ul.n the stie,, hie issues hi purhlris, .1 ,.hivs ung th,' unpleasant a i iishnred menoleriesof the. late egislatlive sea.tn will be that of this pr.teup Itie' ass has mista, ken intpud a t 'l . r t,,rll' turi '. and lungs f.i, brains. Twt t he go down it the hi.hrc t of tl*' dem o.rati , party as the lhn d a ,ie,'l pupp et of a silent iitatr. the lo,w\ browed repreoentatie of uitnwF i rrat I asum ption and the irraesp.oslm In. ltth piecet of I.litieartrea'her . Matto? What Mattrs? ) ,r Matts? No, Coplr Matts!! Matts" futt, is copperes'. THr E t. WA I. IA N IMl.A '.. To the negative advantages of l. Iseion, by removing conditions w hich. 1ube islands were in the hands of any other power, would constitute to us di+ advantages and threats, allusions only will be made. The serious menace to elr Pacific coast and Pacitle coast trade l go important a position wer' held by a pomible enemy. has been frequently nmetioned in the press and dwelt upon in thediplomatic papers which are from te to time given to the public. It may be assumed that it is generally acknowledge,. Upon one particular' however, too much strew . cannot hr laId, one to which naval olcers cannot but be more setnsitive immense advantage to us o.f a.ny mari ligm entey havriag a coaling t ation within ticenty-tlve houndred mailes r to this i5. of every point of our e.etat-line a ronm Puget -.eiound to' Meixiec. Were here manny other i.:,iheble we might intl it dtlm'nult to t>'lu.,e fro.c all. I crler c,. ioee. cwet., hut thlle on. sihut -nt fromi the c'Snlwich lI;etnds as a ceal ase.t atn eniay it t !ltWIn ilback for sup- t pli'es of f"eu! to lista.nce tufthirty- tive v hunr.Il or ftutc thousac1d miles ort iatwtcen .te't' tlitl ts.ie iilln e.ight thous- t ,Intd. goillng Illln tc.ling ian illlledimelnt to sustaie.I .maritime ieperatimns well nigh Iprohilitive". Ctaptain A. T Mahan. in the Marclh I",rumn. 111 JA4'lT. HAT'H. .ENNEAR. CODaER. LEWI3. ciRAVE . ' 1SN (LEVE. WITl TIll ' HIRElIMAN BILL NYE TELLS A STORY OF A MAN'S WIFE WHO SUDDENLY LEFT. lent H hen lie l'** ild lHer at a anhu amcd Said. "Here-ru Ifuur .hacl. ihot)lher." Slie Wan W lli.itg Eoeughi to (co Ilack Home W'ith Hilei. i',parl.itt. IStt. by EdKari %. Nye. I Tht t":" is Ime, lte like a smloking car on e le"tal t:rain fcl" stuecyinig the human he ing of the male sex. with nol w and then a few dla., hIe.nlls (if the Iftetr sex. The Anl.tic:llcn smoicking car unear the city it cI .litt street. a ('lChathalI sLulnare. a ,llttwe of the French iIquaIrter. a Little Itaily anlll I Kletin l.elttschlanild. with a sprinklincg of free hloru salivary sover eignt ofl the replublic. S " I,- 'nOW Ant: votl. IItmt'"'? F.irther awnay in, ta-gins to tind in Mihlign.:.ii the Hollander who likes to i • , ie a swaminp with hlohniud neigh- i ,.,:-+: : I il th, n p ly tthe )Iu,1 till he' .etl at rich. I):.ldt'tire fatun mril webs :(t1 '' , ., hi, I-"-a TIn ii he will goal, tnik: r .ig a1. t t~l *1r i -t t a l a. , ;, 11. adil, l hat : ;:g.h I r,.,' ..*, r 'a 1. ,. .. ( r ould ' f}h-1n i)n 11i*,ota he b1-ini toI hear t "!.' ".', nt."l, l b;osliil+": hang .iwr e tof the 1 " ". t, I):sue il the N rweg-ian. Iv.t. ii, ,n. in r . i-soa i -sad ,uta". i I N ,bir::-:;, Im, w,aoantiir, the Pwipn ir ' ift 1io w: ,ii. oe mall. thi.e sk-ol o i . t -. .. ra.,i l i. i :l bl.t'e ttar m~o, i, r 1.! 1' am .;it i ,.. romie , a - in ,nof th e r .gimne the-south. wgrir t h, umooldight whisky. tio ..s'- yin: mot:er wlwsll d tht ywhit ,'orn t- w eri:, ep into foal. drik, loxl;. wn; mirth atmk ; dathin in the cay of l liutor,: a'." the iotlltyn hve usty itke ask I lo tak.rge wig from the large bottle. tawnly mtl:tah, eli have been alrrmerady tw in.w, l that ytou promid-l a dying mother--any- i ily's dying mother will do-that you would no, take anything in the way ofa liquor: als -that yon hat just taken ar large drink. One also aencuntors the Ine al fartmer everywher,". hard f l hand. fats of elard and itrohl to kw ti t " gtoard." Y-sterdlay itmislhilb ag ds farmer sat tIl'rioe the ni Ih i t inl the -Tia-kira . ar. He w..I ,1: a s*' d ip u'win t ie lefte htre rl, nut -l-, 'i-t r h'ad bri l ., atl p fron his i.- ii ; and fo t.:tb or brush had l.it xliih w r his ltks. Even the wailing w::tl ,ll- ;"h wai edto. lbin. t.w *aus, it hai fauh it to blow through tohe jungle. of thin whyk i,'ls. By ald ly a .,t l acuquaintance rame in and n as wc -e",.. ""l as a friend it* wel comed , lw";+v, iy lir. who has been alone • on thl. rart" f-r a fortnight or at'. S"How ar.e you. Henry' aid thetragvel er. "I'm glad to run acrost ye. I de clare." twMiddlinl just middlin. Elias. How are yout" S"Tol'abth. twuimk ye: til able." Well. ain't you a tgoodl way from home!" iYes. Henry. but I bin Ia good deal -frdert'n this." S"Wel. well! Where have ye t.ei ' tea." "Well, it.- ato aecrit at on" ali-.. He-iry. that my woman went away with a f1.rniand of mine. and I've It( nI to trv and ,e , her. Y,,u know hon. m ,t , v wry pal- r on pi +'rk oi ) n ow h ;1, i" , , , or tth -t ti" e liraa this. 'th ,ne w'th the 'r.,-! man 1 r"n twhar it Ili (ht and ti'y. H"-:,iv 'I t~" trw,'::s of the 11111 %I t i.) 1il," "'fi.." !m. nr " ;,"l l1. I at 1 t" r! . ! . t"l -a t ta ,i' ; , ' T y ia ." . ,.y. t : rt- ,l I a~t ... :! r _vol . 1'.'.; .r..'s :iw revv,:.'r now. My iiver is il iwtivc. anll fe..l I ad." "Well. where have ye been to?" "I wa.t afraid she'd went off with the oltl thotr., whialen I got in for supper. awl I hoplped ,i my ol oue tlllhat l'd been hllulin swith and started for the station, eig.hlt miles off. I was too late for that tratiln aud had to take the next one. But where to Thell agent thought the hired manil I.lulght two tickets for Murdlxhk. nut ýwo-nu't shorCe about it. I bought for Mlnrdoe... but she'd went away with Arthur. •"1 a..v. , ca!led him Arthur. He was from Kansas City. he claimed, and led a life of gl: .ty there. He wanted to come ,in the t:,nn .ond atiddy down. Well. I knew if Arthur worked the way I did a few years it would stiddy him down so that his own mother wouldn't know him. •Poor Insy.' mother said. 'you mustn't work him too hard till he gets used to it.' so I let him chore around a good deal, beatin carpets and turnin the wringer. etc.. whilst I pulled stumps and did other light work till I could hardly stand up. "Arthur knew a little music and could e play tunes on the cottageorgan with one hand as well or better'n he could with both. *When he wanted a fried chicken or preservce he would tell mother how he I had no mother and had been drawed into evil ways by bad men. Did you I ever notice. Henry. how even the devil. if hes 'a married ilan. wonuld tmake his i wife believe that le was led into his pres ett business by bad. ,bsigiting men? 1'll bet he dies just that way. and his wife says to him: -Sate. on ;are too tpolnltr. Everybody likes you. und you, hate to re fuse 'em. and by and by you step aside front tile path of rectitude.' "Arthur could crochet. tos, and he would spring up aild help inotheir peel pertaters whilst I set tlhere all beat out with hard work. I felt kind of foolish about it first. but after awhlile I said. 'I am suppolIrting mother. lind it don't give me tine to fondle her aso much as I'd like.' and I would feel bitter then to wards somethin or 'nother that made me have to pull weeds and haul refuse from the barn all day till I was nnost dead and then set round at night so tired that I was likes big unsavory beast. with hard. crooked paws on me and hair like a badger. "'i'd snooze in splte of myself, whilst mother (1 alwayscalled her mnother after Bid was borni. but she was just only crowdin 40 when she went with the hired mailn) set and sewed a blue woodpecker onto a felt tidy while Arthur read one of E. P. Roe'a works o't loud. "Arthur used to be quite a youmorist, too. and asked mother when she worked S.on that job whether she 'felt tidy.' and mnother would laugh. and I never got onto the joke till yesterday on the cars. Travelin seems to bIrighten upil a man. I think. aMttimes." "'Well. did you ever tind hjer:" 'Well. I tell you how it was. I gt all worn out anlhl give it up when I got to Kansas City, andll tlhought lil go to a show one ilight aild try toI forget al;out ny trounlble. I Ihal notlters shawl along with tle always over my antn. for I knew she left in such a hurry that she couldn't provide herself an might need ight need it if she was out much nights. *"Arthur took all of his cloze with him and #)200 that I was to get another team with, but that's neither here nor there. I don't know where it is. but I don't be lieve mouther kni w Arthur took it. "Well, the show was a vaudeville. with what they call speshelties thrown in it. One man was down for a sort of ackobattic thing that was claimed to be the most difficult and dangerous thing that wag ever attempted to h., done by man or beast. Well, it turned out to be sort of a mlidair jump from one of these here tr:tpclzzrs to another one. andl I seen in two seconds that the feller was my hire I manill. lie chalked his hands and razzumned his nl.gga..mle, and away he went iup a rope and hung there like a cat that's been treed by a dog. He hopt.edi around there and swung away out over the audience. Hle was dressed in sort of tights. and one of the ushers sort of laughed and said the feller had on an ex tra tight, he thought. 'My God,' says I. S'will thecuss do such things as that with a jag on him and scarcely anything else?' *'Jest then the drum give a big thump like a blast in a deep well, and the fellow made a long jump. and before I could holler 'Whoa' he lit in the aisle as near as me and you is. The blood squirted out of his nose. and I heard his neck crack, and the doctor that looked at him sex, sea 'e: "'Take him to his home: he is dead.' ses 'e. 'He has no home.' sea the stage manager. 'Here. Maud.' he sea. 'where shall we send him to?' "'It's none of Mand's hnsineas where he goes to.' sex another girl with tar on her eyelashers and a coat of pink white wash on her as fur as the eye cou.ld reach. Her name was Little Flos., I they sed. 'We've been married twice. I him and me.' she sed and throwed her I gmnm in the other girl's face. Maud hit her over the eye with a Roman stab, knife that se'::ljil Flo:..y and left her in her own hair. which hurt her feelin's worse'n of she hard had her head cut off. " Well, they fought over the matter. Arthur's two widders did, till they had to be sent to the courthouse in their mackintoshes. "Then I saw mother had been watchin the whole business, and she looked broke down and shamed. She give a scart look at the remains and shivered as you would to see a murderer mussed up by a wabbly gallus. "It don't seem like I ever saw any thing uadder or humbler than mother. Sbe leaned down in her opry seat and prayed-prayed for herself, mind ye. She never ha'i to do that before. she didn't need it. "'When s;.. go 1 /p she shivered at in, rend I r,"aett"l out and sez. 'Here's your -ha nerl,, r." r"1. S : : rtild h.r o n the train , i ,', ,,::i , r . u ,, , its on another tatin, . . .. . ... . : ',-l hii. sh i ' . I .: '.. r t. i to hunt him up and , ... fv'.;- dI::..olrf hisp to comtqbk, ,i - i "lill:cl-i v' ft CHAWL IdOTIIER.' bui c never gti siht of hi f11 all tiw evenin Then she mew him spatter him celf over the orchestry. •*Shc' gone up to visit Martha Ellen's tolks at Lawrence niow. and ['m goin back to refnt the farm to a gotd feller I know. awl I'im going to give mother more attention after this. Ster.s odd to aonne folks. of course. but I'm different from mnme folks. She won't ever be so gry as se nl utc1 to be, but she has added to her getc'r;:l kt.wledige. Site '.ot:11u't hceae ;t: of tiiy 1::':r1 aifter tii.:t cil sii" -ilt iI tio MMartha Ellen's. and ti i a sle 1:i: ii j lit o ti: Ishouild t i,' thi, ich .tcil thc. wini,lw ei: till 'ever,. i. ii ti. i n .. i't,. itliodl t pal'iec I. ia :i"- .1 tiv iciii I it ofl its vwi i"uit oi'. ,irt oif t i hi crcliil ill up oi!n my yshouller c2il cry wh. ie I ta hc r Sthat tc, iit. "iltr, %c tor .haiw l. i in thll ir. z 1.' \c Iiteeom fler Regrei. When hie raiedt lhi. evye fr mi the lcck be was relndinc, he clounteireil her lov ing gaze fixed lpnm him. In respone to his joyous snmile >he came. aind niestling ciser to his bcumai breathed content.t.ll on his neck. r .TIi so glad"- She wais uncurcciring softly. as if to kee.lp the swett t c crit frotn the world r - *"1 married yon." e He wiase te i 1ily aliffected to sli:ik. alnd his only r, l cy wai: fervint hiss in Sprinted upon t., endt of her nise. "I shill m",:"," - She wnas l.:iing mt,, his faece titlh it t bright. eager aisw.l. "t'..>. , tc, l s the ldayc I meti )' , In a tranp.oirt of bli.s hi fcolded her agailn to his britst. "When I think" Shlte twine heir arm ibhout hic nctk. a .-how foull ,'idt is of yuU. what Swould I ,e not to rejoice. that I i:irrild you?. . He was yet unable to make ainy sort ti an anisw"er. Detroit Tribune. Mst Prime.' Wooing. "Ill drop in and see the widder a min ute." "This'll be a good joke onto old Seth Prime." "Waal, I swan! I must her staid a long tame in there."-Electric Spark. Ris Critlelhso. Charles Lamb 'l d ar old boo,:. h friend. George Dyer. could never he got to say an ill word. even of the vilest miscreant. "Come. no.w. Ceor, ." said Lamb one day, on teo: ing intot, "what do you say of Williamsr tWilliams was the Rat cliff highwa.y murderer-the Jack the Lipper of his day--celebrated in DLe Quincey's "Murder as a Fine Art.") "Well. Mr. Lamb," replied Dyer, "I must admit be was somewhat of an ec centric character."-Argonaut. '"How do you like my latest picture': said one artit to another. "First rate. It wasvery clever of you to put the new moon ia." "Do you think so?" 'Yes. It leaves no doubt as to where the top of the picture is"-Washington Star. La.th er .tory Tbme. Profrtesor Short--It is very impolite. Bobby. to str tch in comlany. Bobby-It ie, is it Well. what to yon do wihu· y,,',. L.. , :,. hang on to a strap in the hor se r.~-- Yionkera Stat' sman. Now U:d Then. O t - " • b " s ' ... "i-,! LThan t'. :u a . .:e. f-"e Will be pranc-i on o-i- rots. -4h blhea iagrt)seU. I. ORSCHEL 1i l BROS GENT'S CLOTHING! Are you particular about the matter of a perfect fit. If you / ;1 ar not. you certainly ought to be. "Fl-'rt" is onIly ane sort of fit about a s1uit of clothes' that doesn't sit easily they are fit for nothing. II it crlams y.)iou in one place and BMWa 4 '0iT.* lai;gs too, i. 1.sely. in another, it sh lld shark' the late of" etcry ti her nui a.nce it ought to be abated. Yi u c;annolt be tto, fastidi,.(u Ifuir i-,. The im. re particular yoiu are the iim-re you will appreciate the attentioin which we gite to every the;-n that c, ntr;hutes tol a faultless clothing aoutfit. B\ en chronic critis cllanni it criticis.e ullr st.cl.k a(, C'lothing. ILats and Caps. IlHcUlt r and h a. aurniahinain G(adsa etc. Merchant Tailoring Department. \e hate ret'eit ed ai full I.ie oif samplea ('loth for Spritng and iumliter rSiuit.,, Trri-uers anid ( 'vercoats. aulling which are s.mue beal - t .tifl de ,in In ltl rare . aveltie' in the ('lithini inn e An early selec ti\ton ill in are \,n the 'hoicu of the al ortm11 nt, t a in when r I ntL 1 i I. OrSLlzlel do E3ro. I, ORSCHEL & BROS, Wholesale Dealers in inMPOe.sRTiD and aDO'ClIgC Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR lieailycarnrs L by an'rnar of cittor ..o in any part of tte, c..ui r'. wHo i . w.'rk indu. I~u"! t. .'opk. ,,,t wh.l'h wr (,ll-.i,. lbw I luor ih lighlt n.nl I l,.rot, adlt vuu tol to. ri-k wh~atever. W'.* tit you ottlt r..o'j.rt." ei. thr 'u ouralt ive yir thw intOit.- Trial nat wi"ut xl. . "xp K. It. tI r tk"-, a tiing t. 41 a litil, aurk. tll-t. j, the stal.:-t ,,trntroa. YIo. ti .an work auuluildat~u 11 ·· l"v uiI ui . If 1 u an ll ..U()~Y pl·, I. a wt Itu,. l 1 tw".' -pIure ajar-'a a ur 4 pa-al. tit,. tI,." ot sod ille t,. r ivour u.aa, - our hu-in."-"t witlia . ofi it,. .r. iatti aal. Y o -.wi * 1." wniatal on lly *ata.-ta-rt ooatatiata rapiaiiy andtý, ,Iaa'.ataet Ioto atu-i,alr t-aar..aaar--fuaryt it.' Tur M I..., a, i ata"i trota, at, tatanata.- -nat.. faor tanr.f a~ttt ,a tao Al , lt tt it.t *whii. h r .orfr a,p cait~ital ri-beti. Wooanna. ..r. graona atrker-: t.v.ra,!too tha.s mab. a- w.- . Ia.aiatmfl. I'a,a--I..,t!'I ratta- ii.t,,ta-'. a,+ t i.-. u. weltmaia~uept., '~ .,mt. Wrilrloar at ie 811+t" tatr )Iur..lt. Ad,tatr-- II. Ui..:TT t (10.. Itha ItO, Partlaud. M NS P T OURS VOMt Yi w--ir ýttatr ar.M na RUN n' ýaraatf. ·.tauttbatetý hame Ma n 3a..t" ourbis tmeor , t d t tl~etririty, h~c1 ere Lw 411. timo md bahnwewdrnakaa ..stm rrp~ ah qr etrlp.a w» nrM(M j6ewY Y l ea it .rtonaa.h..Karghah.b waam r rr ro r b by "...;n. ahea.*iobSa. Ob Lmthgt -. foifra 3 S ,II t aad tay1-.a.e.r~taad Odid mm. asetJ m".. 111101110411 GREAT NUSEUI 3F ANIATOI l. C nle a, Ima ow ,.toL. S ; " . ,1 :,1 l ia1es. " I .l ,l.1 -, "'tfl ¢' t ' 'h houa.tn : ut n.. Sec-. AdImi..ion 2; as. 1"& ii".r1 ofl. .. ; It a;.trv wt. 1,1 I -, . i i". , -l I I lýy etrel wl itlte.nt , .e :. f "' .( l.,ell'. n 'rtm tlt personally lr v MILES CITY Iron and Pump Works. B. Ullman Proprietor.