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VOLUME XI. NO. 2ao MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23. 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATION S. r nI Iw .... POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('CLOSE. stern, general and loual ... ..... . i tern, fact ail . eater,, hen, .ral an.d .. .... " c I. 1ll WeatP'rn, fat inil n... . . . anod IPrlda . .. ... I. :"t , in Tongue Rier. hnIl+ .. ,,d.y,' e n,.i;- " da/e .tua Frioday i.. .. :0 a. In A or pens. ... I:9a in, S trl *leal. Mro. 2 tonday s aHsl J u ny .. . . .. . . . . :i p p. m Off lici mr n , ... *. " . lu.... ..... ;. i"m ('rAn. V. rStsuE. p. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LAVIE MIEIt ITy (i(ttNt WEnT. Sno . Pacific rEzp,.... :5 a. im. No. :. Pacific Mail................. . 1 I:2a1 p. m. No ;!' Ex nr,'a Friglt ...... I... Is. m. No :. Way Fr.J.lt.. ..i.t .. :1 A. * . LEAV'E MILES ('ITt (Ot.(, EAST. No.2 Atlalltic Elxpre . ... . a.. . .. ;i. It. No 4 Atlantic MaHil........... 5:- a . No '1 Expn.r' l'lrig l .l. .. '...:..... 1:la. it . No i1 Way Freight.. . 4:41 a. in. Official Directory. Menmher of (Ollngreb... '. .4. Hart,,an,, II.,lllll tlll Ir .......... ? .... J. E i. Hickard. I, 'lh|,, Liutdi:(ov+ . ..........lx IH,tki,. HI..ht cr.tary of statl, .. L. HIttwij. . ll,,l,, Stat, Tr.lal rr ... F.. F. '. W riglht. 1l.I'I,, Statp Au1ditor.. ºrndrw I.'. HeIe". Alt'y General.r ....... Heri J. (ll.kII. Hlh el ,. 8apti Pub.h . In .. .E.A. ,,.,r, lHerl,,, ('hi+.fJr t ie .. .. ..t1'. 1'. Y nhrt Iri; HIe, e ('lk Slle, e 'rt. Ik . . rtlj rt', ..r. h.lH,:,t.+ Asonjiat' Ju. tie. c !.4 N:arw,..il. IliliQn. IEIJEIltL. Sure)·r'>ý (ietrllr . (.ie , (. I't;luuil. ell ella $. S. IarTlmta. I. H. FI"ure, H.e1.,na ('ollhctur lret J c. ., J. If. Mill.. Leer L.-hg,+ e* rit.ter U'. ,. L. O . . . K. Iiorh ... l 'ity. }t,"ceiv r A. .-'T. I l.'l. Mii+. (i.it> Il.STRI rT. Juldg ..velllh .hlrtdc Iai4,.trict ...... G .,t1. l, . R . Milburn Shb Iit. .ti ... ? H Fr,. W. KrU .ll 0.tr.ih.,. City Statte l.+.lre. nt:,ti t..t) ;". McKa.). \1lh. "it I Tr.urr 'lr ilesjt3 SlUrilf ..... 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DENTIST. in Street. oier Stackgt,waers National tank Work guarautteel atlll at reat. tmahle trier . DR. ADAMS, De"tist, SPracties all the a h4 st and imptroeil met l fleee hWrk. MIIe ('ity. 014(I -"'I a. I A.t Masic Hall on first and thid Wedn ead Iys of each month. 1. 0.0 M. (u.ster Lodger No. I3, meets in I their hall every Monday night. Seatiaal uEncampment meets lirt and thi.d Fri day of each month. .. .fP. ('rusader Lodge No.. meets at Odd I Fellows hall on the first and third Thuralaya o~f the month. . 1 . O, ?T. Stuarrof the Wt.tt .eet. at Maro.. c ball every Thuriday evening. t 0. A. It . S. G.rOt Pist. ,... 14,. ert., at Oid ellhows hall sin the Brat asd third Thursdays I A. 0. l'. W. Tl.tjyul. etRivr L..dg, Xu. 3S P1t oa thet and 4th f tturwla)'. ut each an·~th. 5.01 V. I u.J. IE. %uth., Iau. S. 4, mueet. tb mwalwt abtulurth t.taturdaT) of eacu wwutb. 4'KI M4'U . MTMQDP.L KwCIuuvr lGurich c.rr. PalmeIr w..l euthtrrv4t. &*rv. atuc ia u.. 4t.1 7 ro~l P- w. He~~lv c~ulu~uuibll 8r.t Suuda)u iu ach ajert mafterinuiu .ud,"t \tee ______ m lt Rem. I'. (I. B.,yla. PLatr. VkrturU \ Church tluruet )Ltu 'itYt. butt lluutran *0111. Servicj. Suudtai. it I1 LW. and S:A~y.U(. t'lutettu kadvaI,,t~t Suei y't u , Mi ller, ,hour pwnviuua to the uvouig teroWe. l :ý1 O( lt t'urch 'If the Jrrlt·.L Hurt t t'.vtlrtr Suuif Aº.t thh.U ut nth 1)j I LW.!3u Lt~t ahvl at 2 .U Pe a. v.,"r·r mb +Maltoibud t .I Ia1:1H I.uiI 0 t10 ('butt-6. .atu.·r Ci·utG ru0& P111.1 cuph COR th ault Cuurtuvtfa r "\r+tiVir I M, 1 ric w~er! Thutrlap ,ecet~iaq, ix" u, iu; u t ýlY V'cluai. )ruriu;',~llu,,wir e~t.." ' t~~ am wlriwutmro, ('(,)(,REss. Senator Voorhees Orates or Behalf of His Motion for Repeal. He Prolraiane Hirls if a Hi-Mttalll.t and Argcl~e for R*p*' l ous thr thrud,.l that It Will Help sihiver. WAStHINTsON.T August *2. -Senator Voorhees addressed the Senate this morning at length on behalf of his mo tion repealing the purchasing clause of the Sherman act. lie praised the administration for its refusal to ratify the demand of capital ists for an issue of three hundred million more of bonds. As a biiruetallist, he voted against the passage of the Sherman art. and for the same reason would now vote for its repeal. lie avowed his unshaken faith that silver would remain forever one of the world's great apotent factors of fin ancie. ciommerc,. traffic. and in daily business transactions. It would neither ibe demonetized nor driven away from the habitations of the greater masses of mankind. The question will be asked whether votes shall be given for the uneondlition al repelal of tlhe law before a substitute has been agreed uplon. He was in favor of eradicating this confessed evil front the Inaly of our laws with no, ther coln lition than his right ani free ability to support and secure in connnec.tioni with its repeal or afterward by independent I'asures(. a sound tinatneal systemli. cnll Iraicing the coInage of silver on an .qualit. with gold. whlich had been the leclaration of the Chicago dlem~cratic ilatform. lie urged the necessity of tinancial o~~litsinF* First .\ law which would furnish a sumfficient volume of currenlcv on a prac ticable specie basis guaranteed by pub lic honor. Seconm To deprive individuals. cor pirations or syndicates of the power to cause fluctuation in the amount of the different currencies in circulation. Third To maintain on a parity gold. silver and paper money. Fourth-To settle the status of silver money by authorizing it to form a poor tion of the specie basis required by chartered banks. Fifth To overthrow the dangerous centralization of the money power now existing at two money centers in the hands of a few' individuals by giving the people of a state the right of home rule on the subject of money. thus securing them home circulation. To these live propositions should be aililed a carefully adjusted and graded incose tax as the most equitable and upright measure for providing the gov ernment with revenue. Tilt: HoililE. The Speaker laid before the House a communication from the Secretary of the Treasury in response to a resolution if the House asking for information relative to the purchase and coinage of liver under the Sherman act. It was rdered printed. On motion of Lount, of California, the c Senate bill was passed admitting free of uty all articles intended for exhibition it the California mid-winter interns ional exposition. Johnson idem.) of Ohio. asked unani- o ious consent for the introduction of his h ill to permit the exchange of Unitp, . States bonds for Treasury notes. There was no objection and the bill was re ferred to the committee on banking and currency, with leave to report at any time after a special order. The silver debate was resumed. and lrickner idem. of Wisconsin, addressed the Ihouse in favor of the repeal of the purchasing clause. C(hisgyo (Catt*e Market. .'t..o,t., August 22. Swift S. & T. ti Mont. heifers. '1ilb. 02.70. Estrays. O Mont. IGilb, J;.00. Towerse t;udgell l71 Mont. cows,. IO'thb, 2.T.7. Mason V. Lo,.er. ..t Mont. l:m llbl, I.ti . 1'. ibaux, 12' Mont. cows. 101Ulb. r2.1Dt. Brigg1s & 'llis 244 Mont. cows. 4Ulb. _tl.io, :tit clea.t, ti0L, h t2.:A ; :1'o calves, .212th i.*0. Capllitatl L. C',. :Itd Muut. 1L.i4,; i.2b. Northcrn i ' . C. 1i Mont. l2I-1., l . ;.0. Swift S. T. %. 144 Mont. lTexS.. 117.1t,. .i12,. HoU.e Lald 27 Mont. iows. :421b. 02.1. hitui. in Is.s kNt. . LI 1... LUt h. \lugut ' .L. L.la a wa.'rant '%,-$ lstuetl tot the .ilet'i of .lrc·l Ift. flw,0 litull1.a.f iet~t iatl altd lantl "''l "., the tI 1t tiludding tlld 'ian 11 li wi tioii if tiha ii. Put eim il. l + "-t ..t the funldcpa;, thl 1 comlaet K t'h t.,tiumtix.t ~hutte is n .. + , :,, t+l' . .all., ,. 1 fau' o l ,-" t i.,lr i:. .. .. . 1 O( rk .. Ill.. Aug. A2. At Brushy Pork. six miles north of this city. 120 I infuriated men are surroundinga swamp in which is hidden Lou. (;. Myers, who is wanted for two of the most diabolical crimes ever perpetrated in this state. Last Friday Myers went to the house of a neighbor named Will, and assaulted Mrs. Will, who is a weakly woman. She was seriously injured in the struggle. A short time after Myers met his eleven I year-old niece, assaulted her. then took a string, made a noose of it. put it r around her neck and hanged the little girl to a tree. Then he returned home, gave his own wife a severe beating, also one of his little girls, and fled to the woods, not, however, before securing a Winchester rifle, a shot gun and two re volvers. The little girl whom he had assaulted and hanged to a tree was dis covered by a neighbor and taken down. Life was not extinct. but it took over I two hours to resuscitate her. Myers b\was traced from Burgett's ford to t;winn's woods. and sighted as he was entering the forest. Over fifty shots were tired at him. but none of them hit him. Myers in turn tired at the posse. slightly wounding two men. To-day the laisse was largely increased and a de termnined effort will be made to catch the outlaw. I a'uaH l IIloIH I .lll. 3I.\t1Ht.iN ('ryv. Pa.. .\Auust 22. Last night the. citiz.ens of G(ill,ertn tore up the track of the Schuylkill Traction O',HIpany. ,c-ause the coImpany failed to 'imtl? with the Ihorrough ordinance. .n\l attempllt by the company to relay the tracks with an armlneI force this morning blrought on a conflict with the citizens. resulting in the detath of Jamues Tartitt and Win. luges. citizens, and the injuring of Ev-ien Davis and Richard A.\ our. assistant sulsPrintendents of the company. Will O'(,Connr was also shot in the foot antI others are reported injured. The wildest excitement pre vails. HIi-.Mrtcll'* in New York. to N4-w Yoaa. August 22. A meeting le of the New York delegates to the C'hi cago Bi-Metallic convention was held 1. yesterday afternoon. and it brought to gether supporters of bi-metallism to ,r complete arrangements for a general r- ass meeting at Cooper Union next my Thursday evening. Among the speak ers will be Congressmen Bland. Bryan as and Bailey and (;en. A. J. Warner. S ('h-roker Mtrip, Prclalmation. ' WASHI(TOA. August "..-The Presi dent issued his proclamation opening g the Cherokee strip to settlement at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, central standard time. on Saturday. the 16th of Septem her. More (iold. NEw YORK. August 22.-The Ems brought in £297,000 in gold from Souhampton; .100,000 from Bremer. haven and 2,170.000 marks from the Duetsche bank, of Berlin. Moary Market. NEW YORK. August 2*.- Money on call, 415 per cent. Sterling exchange, steady at 84.1!Sp4 4.89o, posted rates. Will Votae To-Morrow. WASaHIoTO., August 22.-The vote on the Lee Mantle case, which was to have been taken yesterday, went over one more day. Grover Comasing .k. WAdsHI.rTON, August 22.-The Presi- Ia dent is expected back at the end of next I week. tl Pkoutograpeag i Ceises. Color photography has attracted much attention during the past year or 18 months, and the experinmentsin that line have been startlingly successful. Pro. feseors Lippuuun and Vogel are the pio neers in this branch of the photographic art. and both are enthusiastic over re cent reaulta. Lippmuann a investigation. have proven that on a layer of albumen he could take brilliant photographs of the spectra, nor was it necessary to bring out the colors one at a time by a laborious application of specially pre pared chemicals. On the contrary, they all came out at once, even red, and that, too, without the luterypoition of colored screens. Wa a letter to a society of ph1o tographers Lippjuauu says: "*Annouunc the mout wouutertful dicovery of the age. I have brought out colors more brilliant than the tints of the raiubowafter ane- i. Ip,nure of leas than 0t secouds. Ala' I 1 grieve to tell you that there are certatu I colors in the rainbow that I have not .ucceeded i: ttlraiuil.o to my plate."--st. Louis RKl:ui.:u Many o.f : outh 'vi ii;outier, L !i .. that ...l. ,e <. iv in.,eritetl ot.2 Y lk'rans - t ' rhtt tphy.ical forr I. €here tthi- 'w hut ir v. 'titlllls a m 'n ,. Mr. Luihachere's itsh, Story. If Mr. Henry Lah!tichere has a habh of getti:Lg into trouble, he ilasalso a hal py knack of getting out of it. For i, stance, the other day, after he had prini ed an important piece of news about th proper way to cook crawfish and a ht mane reader of Truth expostulated wit him about his advice to the cook to cu the live fish in hlves, he retorted met rily by epressiang- the opinion that it i idicualonu sentiment to treat creature of low or rudimentary organslations a if they had the same susceptibility t pain as a human being, and settled the question finally by telling an aneodot about an angling friend of his who once "caught a perch foul." The book pierced the fish's era My friens felt that he had sot caught the perch accord bag to the rule, of the IcamnsO to compesste him for losing his eye, he pttni heak into thi water. He then baited his hook with the ey: and went to work again. Within three mi. utes he caught that name perch agatl with hi own eye. This is a capital flsh story. We have not heard a better tale in a long while. It is a lie of course, but all fish stories are, and it has the merits of originality and Ihmor. We like Mr. Labouchere the be..tter for such harmless fibs.-New York Til:es. Like the lielt of the Summer GirL The ancient girdle was used for other material or actual purposes besides taat of a receptacle for money. At it were hung the thousand and one odds and ends needed and utilized in every day affairs. The scrivener had his inkhorn and pen attached to it, the scholar hi. Iln,k or book.,, the monk his crucifix and ro,.ry. the innkeeper his tallies. and ev rc. body his knife. So many and so va riout wsvre the articles attached to it that the flippant began to poke fun. In tn old play there is mention of a mer ltant who had hanging at his girdle a .och, a spectacle case, a "punniaril," a itn and inkhorn and "a handkercher. with many other trinkets besides, which I terry c(.npanion seeing said it was ikea haberdasher's shop of small wares." t another early play a lady says to her naid: ("Give me my girdle and see that 11 the furniture be at it. Look that izars. pincers, the penknife, tile knife n close letters with. the bodkin. the ear icker and the scale be in the case." :h ~nbers' Journal. A Handle to His Name. "I understand." said a pompous ens ployer to one of his clerks. "tthat yott art in the habit of speaking of me by inn Christian name?" "It is possible that I have done so, sir. answered the clerk humbly. "In future you will use the prefix 'Mr. when alluding to me. I s 'George' only to my friends. Do not forget hereafter that I have a handle to my name." "I will try to remember," said the clerk. "I know we always say George VWashington, Abraham Lincoln and Tom Palmer. but these are are distinguished men. not everyday people. George--excuse me --Mr. Smythe." and the clerk retired to write out his r.ýiglnation.-Detroit Free Press. Pigeous De Not Fly by Sight. The numerous experiments made by balloonists have proved that pigeons are incapable of flying at any great hei:gt. Birds thrown out at 6.utO meters fell like, dead. and even at the moderate height of 11W meters pigeons liberated by the bal loonist (Gaston Ti-sandier applroached the earth in a spiral course. It is evi dent, hence, that they are not gmioed wholly by sight. To bring a point :as miles distant within the range of vision it would be necessary to ascend nearly 20,000 meters. The carrier pigeon, start ing on such a journey, must consequent ly start with faith in the unseen.-Phila lelphis Press. The rsekse sad ltagiug meuarl. The current of the Mississippiriverav. rages from 21 to 4 miles an hour in ve. ocity, but a steamboatman on the Mis ouri would be pretty apt to call this still rater, as that stream bowlsalong under edinary circumstances at the rate of s ad 10 miles an hour, and on state oco . ions it develops the speed of an ava m.che. Engineersconsdderbridging th. Iwasouri a difficult accomplishment, a. he swift errunt is - a 4. . the swift enrrent is so versatile in it. course and ruinous in its velocity that It isimpossible to predict where thechan. nel is liable to drift.-Alton Sentinel. The Term Kpfaster. Among our mdustrial and frugal Eng lish forefa.hers it was a maxim that a young wonmau should never be married. until she had spun herself a set of body. table and bed Inen. From this custom ll unnmarrwd women were termed spin sters. en appellation they still retain in all our law poceedings.-Ss Frrancise. Argonaunt New Try This. It will cost you nothing and will sure ly do you good. if you have a cough, cold or any trouble with thrust, chest or lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for L'onsumptiou, Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give relief or mone) will paid back. Sufferers from Is grippe ound it just the thing, and under its ase had a speedy and perfect recovery. Mere the students of agriculture could astr eperixu nteld with every product f the soil. that matures in the temper ct zone and titted themselves for the tirsuit of iaientitic agriculture in any *,rtio,, ,f the country. But it was not lo I. anl lore's the pity. \V. B. Jr,ORDAN, Presidcnt. G. M. lrir:s. \Vicc-Prcsident. habit H. B. W'ILEY, Cashier. C. Li. CARTER, Ass't Cashier. r in thFIRST NATIONAL BANK. . is MILES CITY, MONTANA. trai. CAPITAL, $50,ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, Sba I the Diretoro sa dots once . " . JORDAN, GEO. M,. MILES, H. B. WILEY, J. W. STREVELL, Id HENRY TUSLER, JNo. CARTER, e tF. C. ROBERTSON. eeye l- .anterest Patcd on i jes T De~oi ve CAPITAL $15000vi Cile. SURPLU.' t.r PROFITR, if0tU rier ,1itl STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BAK her MII..mm O z'rx , MAo1%rw&a d H. F. BATCHELOR, President; E. H. JoHssoN, Vice-Prest.; day E. E. BATCHELOR. Cashier. hi* ei- CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. Va er le a A Cyclone in Ladies Shoes. t We are still offering that nice assortment r of Ladies $2.00 to $4.00 shoes for $1.75. ý Also $4.00 will buy $5.00 and $6.00 shoes for the remainder of this month. C-. . . TOc17mIm d c oO. msarb~shs.c 1ar4. General Insurance Agency. Home of New York. Hamburg-Bremen. Imperial. 1" e National of Hartford. Niagara. Scottish Union. Traders of ChicgeF : FREDERIC M. KREIDLER, 1Vaany E eople wa1nt Eicy3cesm But have not the needful money to pay for them. For such as theme= :We i~are a 3Pa1z which ought to please and satisfy. Briefly it is this: We will reta Bicycles by the month or season and will give a due bill for the full amount of rent paid. These DUE BILLS we will accept as so much CASH within a year towards the purchase of a new bicycle from us -any kind that we sell- at the regular price current at the time of purchase. Don't delay if you %cant tq rent. The best riding seasot is at hand. First come. first served. \We send out only first clans wheels. For full information write us. cnclosing stamp. The Harry Sveng rd Bicyc le c., '.amsam afum, s Big Bargains in New and Second Hand Whecls. Cash or Monthly Payments W . Gsoaº p,. Locas. o at. -_rorzwJ d. .At,.