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VOLUME XI. NO. 245. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 2893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGUULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. apern, general and lcal ............a : p. m. tern. fat mal ......... ....... . I I. im. tern. general aMn local. ........ . ie. S p ea r n , f aNt m a il ..... .. . .... 11: I:0 a . n . and Fri i d ,. ... .................... 1 it. i. Tongue River. Montlldays. W'lAne, day nd Frila .................. a. n. In Saturdnys ...................... 2 4: p,. m. on, Mdayl an Fridayn .... 7 iE A p. in. hfo eial, Mondlay acm ritolay.. ... 50.1n .lm V e openss .... .. ... . .... :Il a. m. c e ........................... 7 ) . m . o e orler elses ...... ........... 4r l. n. )7 t closes .................. ..... Jt I. m . undays-Ofice open frinl n12 to I p. m. ('HAr. W. Savor. P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEA% E MILEA C'ITy ,OtING, WEAT. No 1. Pacific Expren ................ M:r, a. nm. No. 3. Paeific Mal ................... I:2 . im. No Expren Freilht ... .. I :3 l . it. No 5'a Way Freight ................. :4 a. m. LEAVet M TILEaI ITY OINl EAnT. No. 2 Atlantic Ex.rena. ............ I:. in. No 4 Atlantic Mail ....... ....... a. a . No 54 Es re Fright I............. .. 11 :I a nit. No 3 Way Freight .................. 4 : a. m Official Directory. STATE. Member of ('ungrc...'. . Harttan. kllz,matn (livernr ...... ...... J. E. Hickdrtl.. Hn.li,,a Lieut4ov... .A;lex l,:tkin, Helenoa SeerOtary R.t Stat..... . L. . Rtwitt, Hul,.na Stat.e Traurer. ... ...... W. W right. Helr State Audil,....r.. d .....I r:w . ('-sk. H..lena Att'y Gien.ral........ Henri J. llnek,,1. He'lena pt Pub In.......... E. A. .teer.r, Hil:.a ('hit Jutirc.......... W. . P.milartton. Hel.na ('1k Slupreme I'rt.. .. l Mttj !',W',t.r. He'ltI;:a Associate Jl.stice.. E ll. arw.sI, Hillil'e . H. Dhtitt. D Ti ttei FEIEHRAL. rv r enernl........ . (I. i.atob e . Helenas U. . arsal.. . .. . ..... J. H. Fur. y Hlle.:ina .Collector Inl .. ..... J. H. Mil. D.,r Lanltg Register L..14. L. . . (ed.l ll.i1,l'. l iy e teiver . .. . ..A. T. I amilll, Mih.r. 'it LDISTRI I'T. JudIgh' .4:voe:tl: ,lsudlical District. Hie.. .. i.i ,.. !/ Milburn. Mil, ('ity OlItirial S oirp.lr . ...t............ ..... r Fr,-l W. Kr.hil:ll:.r. lil. lly I ('O'NTi. State Setatlr ..... . .H. Swift, Ekalaka Stht' Re....... ""tive"I Iti McK:ly. Milee .ily Sheril.ff........ J. Hawkins. ile. C(ity Treaturr.. ... . W. E.Savage., ('lk and clr . . I. ewrlellr, ('lIk Din ('uIir . ..% J. £inmtIrui: l. ('ountity Attlurst: . ... ..I'. H. L .:u ll . " Annow.r..... .. io. . New~ma:l, Snurv'e):r . .... .. . . .,xt, ('on,nr.r . i'. H, Lehclr. Suit of t ehlel.... Mr. J. E, ight. Public ..lu ..... . H ll r. Nave. WV.. W lael,. .... " '" Conlnmisiers.. .. %'..u. d .l .. Htalaw,:y 1'. J. Iirail .li.l. . Heo.lbud " TOWNSHIIIP. Justices........... . J l: Cibbh Mi.s City S . Sym::::e ('Constahl.......... .H. Hoga.. ('lIT. Mayor ...................... .. Jip Hyat (City A.ttrne.y . . . . . '. R. Middhleton Clerk ........................ .. . .. S. lorl n T.hinllllreasu ...... ............. . . . O.W Allerion Chi~ef o~f Po~il. .... E. . lJackon lklice Magistrate ...................Johlnti ihb ALDERMEN. First Ward--H. W. Nelcitire, N. P. Sorreuson. Second Wanlrd-Tao. (iihIW. H. Bullardl. PH ti$rlANw. DR. R. (4. REDD. PHYSII('IAN ANI) SURGt4WN. Olffie at W. E. Savages' Drug Store. R. E. F. FISH. PHatraste SraoEOw AND ONOTETrUChlA. A rat, Wundrat und (te.burtshelfer) Ofice at i itvae. Drug Stor aa Sitreet over Stuckgrowers National Dank ork guaranteed and at reasonable prices. H. AUWS, Peutist, he latest a0! improved met AOCIETEL. A.-.A. . Yelalowston Lodg No. U osete L 0. 0P. Custer JAge No. I, meet. ia Isut Hp M . Ir Art and tkMd Fri. day of each month. .t P Crader Lodge No. 7, meets at Odd hal o, the t d third Thursdays of Ce muath. O. 0 . . taro. the West meeh at sonic ball suety 4'hurday evening. Sl. raU. rant Post, N. 14 meets Odd m hi oou the Lt san third Theursday mthe moeth. A. 0. 1. U.l Tohuie .iverLodge No. U, meet ursdays o each mouth. S. or V. Col. h WlDuler Cuamp, No. 4, meet t $sieed sad fourth Ustfudays of each month MUCOPAL Emanuel Chlbarb r. Pam ran mmiY.IJ. T Prrlch-rd. Racter. Iler pt and i T I pa MINES ('AL)SIN(. Silver Mines Closing in the Coeur d'Alenes and the Cen tennial State. The Pri.-r of the While Metal lDrop.. to 61 To-Dar, But the silver IDollar Will Ituy Just as Much. BoiSE. Idaho, June )2. Nearly all the Wox(d river silver mines have closed ow ing to the fall in silver. SPOKANE, Wash. June .- -Reports from the C'our d'Alene country are to the effect that the silver and lead mines are closing on account of the drop in the price of silver. A. fI. Campbell. chief owner of the (;em mine, is now here and says not over half a dozen silver lead mines in the country will be run ning ten days hence unless a radical change occurs. ST. Lot-is. Mo., June 32. The St louis Smelting and Retining company, one of the largest in the country, has decided to shut down. owing to the sil ver trouble. Arps.x. Col.. June 2.-- Most of the mines of this camp are practically closed, Only a few pumpmen and engineers are working. The remaining mines will probably close to-day. A.\st,., Col., June 29. The famous Mollie (;ibson mine, the greatest silver producer in America. closed last night, oni account of the drop in the price of silver. All the big properties are now closed and all the little ones will close by the end of the week. THE IH)si..AR Is WORIITH 100 ('lENTa. i.lnl (nit uy Jlust ao Mush as Ever Wiltl Ou11r silver ('oin. W.\n'.ISTIe. Junle )t.--ecretary Carlisle received numerous callers. to day. among whom were many members of congress. With all these the silver question formed the principal topic of conversation and the continued decline in the price of silver was naturally re ferred to. The secretary had received a cablegram stating that the price of silver to-day in London was 68ti cents per ounce, at which rate our silver dollar as bullion is worth 53 cents. Nevertheless the point of course was apparent that the purchasing power of the silver dol lar with silver bullion at 68ti cents per ounce is as great to-day as when silver was worth 8 1.2 per ounce and the bul lion value in it was 93 cents. It should be equally obvious that this is so, be cause it is known that the credit of the United States is behind silver money, as it is behind all its other forms of money. and without which none of them except gold coin and gold certificates would be worth par in the money markets of the world. This fact was several times em phasised at the last session ofa congress, when ex-Secretary Sherman and others repeatedly declared during the senate debates, that there was in the treasury bullion of a gold value for every certifi. cate issued by the government. The Market. N.Ew YouR, June ·2.--The drop in il ver in London demoralized the market here. At the stock exchange silver car tifoates broke from 608% to Z, while outside of the board commercial ber silver fell to .2 and Mexican dollars 55, Up to 2 o'clock not a sale was reporteI in the mining department of the stock exchange. At the consolidated exchange trading in mining stocks was light. The prices are nominally 10 to 2 lower all along the line. Money closed at 6 per cent; bar silver 62; Mexican dollars, 55. Stocks closed steady. Net changes in prominent s sues slight either way. Union Pacific rose s. Millers Slay at the Pair. CHI..'(o. June 2D.--The weather con tinues all that the World's Fair manage ment could ask. From present iadica tions the crowd will be greater than yesterday. This is Miller's Day. Rep resentative milers from many states are present. A meeting was held in the administration building. There were addresses by ex-Secretary of the Interior Noble, President Davis of the Wnter Wheat Millers' leanue. D. P. McGOnnis, of North DakotaL.and a paper by Secretary of Agriculture J. Sterlig Morton. we. v. P. wad s.a 1r.-My. Boaswo, Jues 19.-T-. Unon Pacific anauacesa that it wiUl t-dy antieipate the payment of the July laterests. This includies all the e.apa.es of the Union Pacific system. The payments will amount to 2m00,000. WAsauovowx, June 20.-The president has appointed E. M. Bowman, o In ,,,al,a. ,. fJ wi..,,;i a;, i.,. rJ ofl l:if treastylI, liugii,'. Ii;,. :.lli.. ,f ('alifornia. consuIIl at Zurich. Swiltzrlani,,l. Italy ('io..<" Ihe' Pool fhtoes. CulV1(.,. June 2 4.---The grand jury has begun the ive.stigation of the pool selling at the Washington park race track, with the view of closilng it. Iluarlerly Itejolrt of I.lrhnner L'ollcteid as rendieredl to the Board of County Commissioners by the Treasurer tf Cus ter County and the State of Montana for quarter ending May 31st. 1803. N, \M6. IaI'F.51. AaiUNT. (lit FI Kelley .. e.. rtarant ...... !r2 ) Luah., ........... 1a F loni. lInCh ... ' . ll, lhlr dealer 60 00 (e.l, H ildvrhbrsr . t I l iir dealer it 00 N H,,kctt........... nercltant ...... : ( F W Ste,.in......... nmerchant........ . W.I 0 L PeaveA a& o .. nmerchant ...... :1 ('hril Ramntl. ..".. restaurant ...... 2 Y I ('hir. Ramne........ liqlr or dealer 0,) n i 'arter Ioeridue livery. ...... 15 n, J t1 Wat.,n........ merchltil ....... lI t Frnlk Mulrlhy .. re-taurant ...... TIhm M 1(inmway. mearchant ....... :1 00 rmenit & M',t ,nnld II liqcr dealr del (r DIarnall. ljhh . ('o mercrti.nt .... : 0 Metcalf & Prry..... H lil ar rdenier 45 09 I T Alexander & i('l.. .merihant ....... :i) ,o Neley & Taylori .. R liqnor dealir 414 .14 Milligan & Miller fR liqlir dealer tp (tw Symoniti Benjamin R lituoir dealer i) Jo Milei. tftrr.tll & t'lmer ............ merchant ....... 10 00 Wmn White.......... liquor dealer 15 (10 Marshal, & King.. .. mercnant ....... " 411) NtIt t(lndcrin' . .. R liquor dealer 15 00 W H Bnllard .... liquor dialer l : 11. Il llard ... . i.. ..... I i ) t P Vi'he~ler....... IHlq ljo r ldeafler II t) ( J H rlrummett...... merchant ....... 3( Ninlt & Hi ke....... liilqor dealer too (01 A W HISasagr'.... H liqiluir dealer 0) 44 H R Marct . ....lr ... tviicr hi t.. I Or-cliel & Br<,..... W lijie,,r ledr 1 2.5 I (rrhel A. lire ... merclhat, ....... l5 Mile 1 'it. Water . Electric Light to light ... 10 141 W E savage ........ i ' rilur deal.r :1 1.i W F: Savae.i .... mrrlhait ....... .1 a 1A' IH Hu..... t..... I litu, r diteale. n ( t0 T M lia.alway ...... mrerhant ....... tO 0 T It Benjamin ... " lir. lrdltilcer. 2L Ol0 Melntire iIre CIO.. ilercJlhlit ...... 1000 A J Kimball ......... It liquor dealehr 4 0 Luoui. Iach. .... liquor dilaler • , )t1 .1l H Kenineal.y X ('I, R lil u,r dhaler 45 ill) Jot,,. Wrilt .... mrelhant ..... 12 (0 hi R l ' ....... restaurant ...... 2 50 Sire J Evaireit.. merelaut ....... enardl Bros ........ nmerclhaunt ....... :100 .liern.n t l.indl: R liq..ir dealer l.5 0 J ' tithl .......... merchanl t ....... . 011) Alex Smith...... .. Kt liquor dealer 60 0i) John 'oty ........ R liqur dealerl 01) (f1) Bement A MDetmald tar, ............ 0 W F Jordan & 0':... f liquiir dealer 45 00 SF Jordan & t. . merchant ....... 1 .1 John J ('raft ... lRiquor dealer 4 00 4 H leworthl....... H liquor dealer 45 41 SIH Roswrthl...... iotel............ 2:10 4M Brant ......... merchnut ....... o.00 S Linett ....... merlchant ...... a Fred ('hristopher.. reataurant ...... 50 Frank Jioie e...... R liquor dealer 0 0o Louis h ......... ..i .r . . li O LouIs Hah ........ W liquor daer 31 2. Louls Bach ......... R liquor deaer (1000 John Loughnry .....'R liquor dealer, 5 00 bert Torrence.... IR liquor dealer 0 On .t 'hming....... 'udry....... 500 ames Coleman..... IR liquor d-aler 6000 i tle ............ livery ...... ..... i 1000 T AVanuh ......... 2 hiore peddler. 20 001 F W Stein........... merchant ....... 0 ('hrla Rame....... R liquor dealer 100 Chris Ramme....... r staurant ...... 50 Samuel Pepper .... R liquor dealer 400 00 Thos Deckert....... merchant . . .0 W (' Jackson........a'mebtehnt....... 1101 W B Jordan & ('io. .merchant ....... 15 00 Robbas Ltl(ioir.. merant ....... 100g Smith A Haynesa.... merchant ....... i 5 0 Total .......................... I00il 50 Approved June 15th, 1893. W. 8. SNELL. Chairman. (iuaranteed Cure. We authorise our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, upon this condition. If you are aflicted with a cough, cold, or any lung, throat or chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and ex perience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It neverdisappoints. Trial bottles free at John Wright's drug store. large smie 50c and $1. The Olerious Paorth. The annivereay of the Declaration of Independence is the one American na tional holiday not yet fallen into "in nocuous disuetude." Probably because it affords a yearly opportunity for our innumerable budding orators to let loose their pent-up eloquenceupon audi ences which endue in thoughts the well. lled lunch-basket to follow. The day will no doubt be celebrated in every vil lage from one ocean to the other, butI the grandest of all will occur at the World's Fair grounds. Chlcago, when the exposItion management, backed by the great city, will make a stupendous effort to surpass all thegatherlaghfther to held on that day. Can you observe theday more itably, or more prottably, than spending It in viewing what has been socomplished by our country in the way of edueational, material and ar tistic prtresg slope the foundation od he espubli Hee will be the United tates in adiste~,asspreseated lathe productieons o the factory, the sfld sad the mies ot every suate in theesberbood. If you go from anywher in the nolth west or Mi.edsippi valley, you will make your journey sesb, comfortabl and de lightfl by purchasing your tiket vi the Burlington Route. Cal ou your home agent for a ticket by this line or address W. J. C. Kenyon, general pas sager agent, St. Paul, Mina. W/ , MiE? DoWbt Thraow on the Report of WiL.ias En .,,a enmet. "I l lieve that fiida is engaged," re marked the girl witi the ruffles on bet skirt. "Why. diid she positively deny it? queried the girl with the grass greet loves. "Didn't ask her. I notice, though, thab she thinks that every man that looks as her is in love with her." "Oh! Well: you may be right. I hart noticed that there is always a bunch o roses in her window nowadays." "Yes, and slte has begun to speak o1 Arthur as 'Mr. Smythe.'" "Come to think of it, she does. Hi was there when I ran in to borrow het new skirt pattern the other day. I conk se that she had been crying." "Yes? I wonder why a man alwayr looks so supremely foolish when he is first engaged-he always has a kind ao an apologetic air." "Perhaps he means to apologize to th. other girls for not having asked then first," suggested the girl with the gras green gloves. "Maybe. I notice that no one reall3 takes any interest in an engaged man except perhaps the florist. It is differ ent with a girl though." "Isn't i.? The fact that she is tickete, 'taken' seems to add to a man's interest Now, there was Julia-you remember Julia?" "Yes, a plain little thing dressed it black-the nlen went wild over her." "Didn't they? and all because shegav. out that her heart was buried in thi grave of the man she was engaged to." "I remember the girls used to call het the 'brevet widow.' " "Did you oever have a widow for a chaperon?" suddenly asked the girl witi the ruffles on her skirt. "No, why do you ask?" "Becau"s I have. and it is ever so muc nicer. It saves you lots of mistakes, ant besides she has no husband toconfide in so your little tricks are not in danger ol being repeated to the other men befur you have perfected them." The girl with the grass green glove. rubbed her nose thoughtfully. "I hbe ieve you are right," she said. "I once had a perfectly lovely flirtation spoiled just because my chaperon's husband told the man that I blondined my hair every Frilay morning." "jIow perfectly horrid! And you had told him?" "That golden hair was hereditary in my family and that 1 always spent Fri; day morning in the kitchen learning tc cook." "What a shamet Look! Here come. Hilda. and Arthur is with her." "I see, and they seem to be quarrelinc desperately. Yes, they are undoultedly engaged."-C.'hicago Tribune. Plaet Shadows. There no no doubt that some of the most brilliant planets, such as Venus and Jupiter. are capable of casting distinel shadows. as may be seen any fe even in in the tropics. Not long ago 31. L -ulot observed that Jupiter threw a dia tinct shadow of his watch upo. a wall, and that he was able toread a newsp. per by the light. L Moi also fads thal Mars isable to cast a shadow, but a muc inter one than' Jupiter. He was alas able to count the number of words in a newspaper placed in the light of the planet entering by a window, but ha could not read them.-Exchaags. .w World's irleW, at It Meas. It means that from May let until Oct. 31st there will be on exhibition in Chicago the triumphs fa all the ages. The rarest and choicest specimems of the handiwork do man from the nations at the earth will be there to instruct and delight. That for six months Chicago will be the most cosmopolitan spot on the globe. That the American people will have the wonderful opportunity do mingling with and observing the habits and characteristics of the people of every na tion in the world. That "villages" of the diferent foreign countries, constructed by and made up entirely of people direct from sueq countries, will be a most interesting feature of the fair. That the American citizen, of what ever foreign birth or parentag may earry himself back again to the land at his origin by visiting and studying these foreign "villages." That a few days or weeks spent at the World's Pair will be worth years dt travel. That this is the grandest opportunity the American people have ever had for Iateresting study and pleasure, and .t a trip to Chi.go during the nest six mothe would be the event of a ale time. The Chicago, Mlwrauke A O Paul ailway sr the bet ead mast fb uem teak servicem trm Pt and mearrm a agetrw s aad i Nosr-Write for a C. M. A St. P. World's Par folder. It gives full per-a ticularsesto bc wtovisit the Pair and sad what it nill cast IVat Cl~ert..tranrt If you are fortunate enough to secure one of those Light Weight Goats we are selling for 75c. A complete stock of SKELETON Coats and Vests, Mohairs, Alapacas, Seersuckers, Fancy and Plain Colors, from 75c to $8.00oo. Up Srairs, in Clothing Department. GCase, King & Wodzitzki. JAPIT 0. SURPLULS ,.s PROFITS, WO STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK L Ir.I CMVltJL.JL% MOXr k3L f"dk H. F. BATCHELOR, President; E. H. JOHNsoN, Vice-Prest.; E. E. BATCHELOR. Cashier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. . ntereot PaiId On Ti.ne Diew o ite W. B. JORDAN, Fiesident. G. M. MILES., Vice-President. H. B. WILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass'& Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL. $5o,ooo. SURPLUS AND PROPITS, $aMU Dieotort " W. B. JORLDAN, GEo. M. MILES, H. B. WILEY. J. W. STREVELL, HENRY TUSI.ER, JNO. CARTER, F. C. ROBERTSON. Enf'toeret Pet. on WMtane Depol ette. Mun's Refnm Undiovearn Latest in the American Hosiery Co's manufacture. New invoice of Choice Goods that we will sell at Eastern Cash Prices, cL. 3BL "E*OTW " R b d 7 4Oo The. ad T !r Tir 4sahen as 9Ii to l d