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VOLUME XII. NO. 72. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 893. PRICE FIVE CENTS S ... .. PREMIUMS bhIs Ils Kst Gem Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. 'Te e.t Beeks, by the Meat Porlar Aatherd, at ee-third of the t r Value. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFPPERS. BosK COUON No. I. aseau ea s as TWO thwo r sepss. prmew " at the em.s .t this papar whIM waiUs the btder to one bee a em ebe. Ust give. below. 3eek beek i well bemd t t paper oeew. and maIame fnI s teS e0 pages. ases. e sem ssees. with Ceepee. ad sighs cOats. year sama ad adress smd pet the same oe thAis paper td aes sat state n the beak belw sad malldlee.t te. e Pub. Mbserse, 33 AMNBICAN PRiMIU.t O.. idt Vanderbilt wuildEag, New leek, with whm we have arranged to n st ,or mall orders preomptrl, pe -L amesr Ppee ........................ .ew.................Iat. ......... herlsra By Gustave Almard. lb Fetters. By Mrs. Alexander. or Not Ginilty By Amanda M. Douglas. 1's.. Heir. Bbi irs. ,4l. ay Agnes Fleming. ofl M. IIendse Hal By Ettle W. 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BurTE, Dec. 2.-News reached here to. day of a terrible disaster at the Hecla mines near Glendale. At 11:30 o'clock Wednesday night there was a terrific snow slide down Lion mountain, bury ing four men under from ten to thirty feet of snow. They were in cabins at Iecla. A rescue party was at once or ganized and superhuman efforts were made to get the body of snow removed before death. One was taken out alive. but the other three were crushed. The names of those killed are Sparks. Rusk and a Chinaman. The body of Sparks has been sent to Las Vegas, Mexico, that of Rusk to Thayer, Iowa, and the China men's body was shipped to Dillon. Last night there was another slide even more terrible in its results. It oc curred at Lion City, about a mile below Hecla, during the middle of the night. Seven sleeping people were buried. Four of them were taken out alive. Nichols Bergatron and two childsen were taken out dead, while Mrs. Bergstron, who had been sleeping beside her husband, and one child were taken out alive. Two others also were rescued and will recov. er. The snow is from forth to sixty feet deep around Hecla and Lion City and the mountain side is at an angle of forty-five degrees. Superintendent Henry Knippenberg. of the company, was in town today. He has given instructions for residents of Lion City and Hecla to move to Glen dale at once. Tomorrow giant powder will be used to try and move the threat eninti masses of snow. James Bergotolio was instantly killed by a heavy fall of rock in Silver Bow shaft No. 1 this morning. He was on the 700-foot level about .500 feet west of the shaft. He was working on the rock in the hanging wall above their heeds. Bergotolio inserted the drill in the cre vice, his companion hit the drill with a hammer. and the rock instantly came down. crushing life out of Bergotolio. He was 50 years old, leaves a wife and two children in Italy. Joseph Owens was killed in the Par rot mine a little after midnight this morning by falling off the cage near the 300-foot level to the bottom of the shaft, 500 feet below. He is thought to have fainted while on the cage. F-r.- n Illtimore. BAL.TIMO De. Dec. 3.--A disastrous con flagration occurred tonight, entailing a lose of 5700.000 and throwing out of em ployment over 500 people. The fire orin ginated in the mammoth Heiser build ing, Paca street. and before it was got ten under control the following buildiang were destroyed: The Duetache Litho graphingand printing company; L.Johns. overalls and dry goods; Charles Heiser's shoe factory; D. Langfeld & Co.. cloak manufacturers; the cigar manufactory of August Mencken & Bros., all totally destroyed. The fire spread to the di section hall of Maryland university. Sixteen cadavers were in pickle on the top floor of the building, among them the remains of Uncle Perry Anderson, of burking fame. The flames communi cated to the warehouse ane storage de partments of M. 8. Levy & Bons, straw hat manufacturers, Paea and Lombard streets. While the fire was at its height the congregation of a Jewish syn.agoue were deep in worship at their temple at German and Paca streets. The root of the edifice caught and fire began to rain in upon those engaged in prayers. The buildings and contents were all covered by insurance. DoLLTrn, Dec. 3.-Fire which caused a loss of probably $(100A000 broke out in a warehouse at the Union dock and soon enseloped an adjoining warehouse. Both warehouses were a total loss, owned by Wm. Dunn. of Chicagr. and leased by the Union Dock and Warehouse com pany. Plted the tas Wit Whisktey. rnrsaaL.m. 111., Dee. 2.---Wm. Stauffer Addeson John and Marcus John cadlsio to spend Thanksgiving On the way Stauffer treated the two boy'to whiskey. All got full and Stauffer was afraid to take the boys home, so be put them in a blacksmith shop to sober up. Next nmor.iug their parents. who want' after them. and found Addisonfrosen todbsth and Mardue eneosecious, liable to die. Staufer was arrested for furniahing iqiar to laimtes and placed under bonds to appear at the next term of court. Modern Football I% irutal and Degarlsa. Prrrtvnrc, Dec. 2 -The police authori ties have declared against football under the present rules, and say that in the future no such brutal and degrading exhibitions will be permitted here. They state that they have infomation that the authorities in other cities will take simi lar action. Govenor Waite's Proclamation. DENVER, Dec. 2.-The state canvass ing board completed its work this morn ing. The count shows that woman suf rage carried by 6,347. This afternoon, In accordance with the above, Governor Waite issued a proclamation giving women the right to vote at all elections in this state. Heavy Snow Storm. CHICAGO, Dec. 3.-The heaviest snow storm for several years began this morn lng and continued until long after mid night. Total fall at 10 o'clock was nine inces. Street car cravel is greatly inter rupted. The storm was general in south Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, eastern Kan as and Illinois. General Roask's Estate. VIROQUA, Wis., Dec. 2. -The estate left by the late Jerry Rusk amounts to abhout 6100,000. The will divides it nearly epual between the widow and four children. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. Gladstone is ol,ler than the great est age at which . .-y In:0 h:as hitherto taken active lart il the governme. * of his country. Queen Victoria lead-i a quieter and less rufiled life thai the sovereign of any other country in Europe. All the other sovereigns have a hard time of it. The oldest soldier in the British army is Field Marshal Sir Patrick Grant. He is 89 years old and joined the army in the very year the Duke of Cambridge was born. Sir Henry lames is one of the best sportemtn in the house of commons and a most excellent shot. He is, therefore. often chosen to accompany the Prince of Wales when he goes out with his gun. Edison's father. Samuel Edison, is now 30 years old and hopes to live many years longer. His father lived to the ripe old age of 103 years, and two of his aunts were each 0;9 at the time of their death. Mr. George W. Childs Drexel. the new publisher of the Philadelphia Public Ledger, is but 25 years of age. He is a son of the late A. J. Drexel, who was long Mr. Child's associate in the owner ship of the paper. The Gilham family of Belton, Mo,. onsists of one father, three mothers, three mothers-in-law, two daughters-in law, a son-in-law, two widows, four or phan children, two grandmothers, three granddaughters and two great-great grandmothers. a lae san l MarrtA. A native of Ireland landing at Green ock wanted to take the train to Glas gow. Never haviung been in a railway station before. he did not know how to get his ticket. Seeing a lady however. going in, Pat thought he would follow her, and he would soon know how to get aboard. The lady, going to the ticket box and putting down her money. mid, "Maryhill. single." Her ticket was duly handed to her, and she walked o--. Pat, thinking it all right, plan-ed Gown his money and shouted, "Pptrlci Murphy, married."-Tit-Blts. aliwaey 86asdaess. Those who suffer from headache and feel the fatigue of a railway journey di. agreeably should take with them two leather or silk covered cubshion-me for the small of the back, anothertorest the neak sad head. An eminent doctoroade stated that this was a capital antidote to the evils arising from the jolting of the aina, liable to cause slight coagestion of the bead kt very long jokrneys He f-r thermore advised no reading in the train to those subjected to heeadaees.--Mew York Times. A Little Girl's jpertes.. is a Light mse... Mr. and Mrs en Trescott are keep ers of the gov. lightbouest Sand Beach. Mich. and are blessed with a daughter, four years old. Lst April she was tak en down with measels, feIlowed with a dreadful cough and turning into a fev er. Doctors at home and at Detroit treated her. but in vain, she grew worse rapidly, until she was a mere "handful of boane,-Then she tried Dr. Knit's New Discovery and after the use at two and a half bottles, was completely cured. They my Dr. King's New Dis covery is worth its weht in gold. et ou e trial tree atJo ipt· tu e s ralos Creditors of the First National bank of Helens. Mot.. who have not received the notloe of the proposed plea of re. umption a re quested to sod saws ad address to the ea at conke. SHARP BEGGARS ANC DULL ONES. Almo Saeieters Who Choose Uetwem the Enraacee of a CaSe. A well patronized restaurant in the neighborhoodof the city hall has an en trance on two populous thoroughfares. In front of the one on the north a lean and whining beggar nightly stands with oubhtsretch and. He makes no audible complaint, but mutters incessantly in a tone that excites the imagination into conjuring up every horror that waits upon eaoeasive poverty. In spite of this he faree badly, for more men come out of this door than enter by it, and as their stomachs ae full the thought of hanger in others obtains no abiding place within their minds. At the down town entrance there loit ers, when the lounging policeman is not a sight, a beggar of another breed. He is sleek and round, with a fat and shiny face and a merry twinkle in his lasy eyes. More than once the writer caught him concealing a cigar behind his beck while he extended the other hand in a keseeching way for alms. Has sole prayer is for food, intermingled with fervent protestations that he is starving, and that he never drinks a drop of strong liquor. Masy men hurrying into the restaurant with a poignant appetite are touched by his prayers and pause long enough to drop a coin into his hand. It is clear that the sleek beggar knows that a hungry man is more apt to be touched by the hunger of others than he who is well fed, and so he chooses as his workshop the door at which the pa trons of the restaurant enter, leaving the one through which they leave to the stu pid fellow whose need, like enough, is as great as his mumbled prayers for charity would indicate.-New York World. Deantsts' sersts. A long chapter of dentists' secrets- the secrets revealed to them by custom ers made unconscious but talkative by gas-has been revealed by a conscience less tooth puller up in Pittsburg. One society young lady swore several lines of blank spaces while a tooth was being drawn. A burglar taken from jail to have a tooth pulled confessed all the deo tails of his crime when under the "in luence" and parted with 10 years of liberty. Occasionally men want to fight and are very strong; others are jolly and confidential. The most interesting story of the series is this, told by one dentist of another: "I know of a young dentist who was head over heels in love with a pretty girl, but he could never make any head way with her. He was bashful. That was the main trouble. One day she came to him to have a tooth pulled. Ht administered gas, and before she revived she let enough drop to assure my friend that if he proposed he wouldn't be re jected. She is his wife today, and if t had not been for the gas I don't suppose the wedding would ever have come off." -Washington News. Strength and Health. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "'La ;rippe" has left you weak and weary use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on liver, stomach and kidneys. gently aiding those organs to perform their functions. If you are afflicted with sick headache. you will find speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric Bitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 150c. at Wright's Drug store. T rIE WIS TRAVELER. In seleetiag His bIallrad s.Bt., elects the One That affords excellent and most com fortable factitiees-The Milwaukee. That traverses a delightful and pictur esque portion of the country-The Milwaukee. That has (and merits) the reputation of strength and reliability-The Mil waukee. That enjoys popularity and is stamped I with public approval-The Milwau kee. That has a substantial roadbed and most frequent train service - The Mil waukee. That regards always, the ease. comfort and safety of its patrons-The Mil waukee. That futnitbes the latest private com partment cars and latest library-but tt smoking cars-The Milwaukee. That furnishes elegant drawing-room parlor aes, free realiniag chair his and samptuoue dining cars-The Milwaukee. That has exclusive use of the electric berth reading lamp-TheMilwaukee. 'Th Milwaukee" combi all of the above ad more, too. It teablms e uee tibued. heated by steam.elsetric lighted and unsurpassed in luxurious appoint meata. The immortal Lincoln mid: Fooliow the peop and you cuanot be far teem right." The People use Te Milwau ke." J. T. ths.ar. Aet. tenl. Psegr Ageat. St. iNt. Mina Nolr Five trains dasu h Twer L' ~Um v t C e to Lete o d W. B. J RDAN, President. G. M. MILES., Vice-President. H. B. WILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $5o,ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $baS Diroetorm s W. B. JORDAN, GEO. M. MILES, H. B. WILEt, J. W. STREVILL, HENRY TUSLER, JNO. CARTER, F. C. ROBERTSON. Xtere st Plid onl p ane De1.pomate WILLIAM COURTENAY, Mlela 01t*, aatosa.ts. Live Stock Broker, s Real Estate and Commercial Agency. Agent for FIRE. LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Loan Broker and Notary Public. First Class Ranches, Farms and Town Lots for sale. Settlers and Intending Purchasers furnished information respecting Northern Pacific Lands and Lots. Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming and Western Cattle for sale. Lie Ste a SpialN,. ure Glua, " Cs G ldgreal," Rubber GQo::ods 1arany Pe"ople wanit E3Bicyol1e But have not the needful money to pay for them. For such as these We hrave a 1P& which ought to please and satisfy. Briefly it is this: We will rent 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 i -any kind that we sell-at the regular price current at the time of purchase. Don't delay if you want to rent. The best riding season is at- hand. First come. first served. We send out only first class wheels. For full information write us, enclosing stamp, The Harry Svensgaard Bicycle Co. Pos'ur . 'aZ.., aM om. Big Bargains in New and Second Hand Wheels. Cash or Monthly Payments, W... QORXO=W. X.,o.t1 Agent. -04 The Cosmonolitan Maazie The Weekly Yellowstone Joumr BOTE FOR 3.76 A TeAL The great illustrated monthlies have in the past sold for $4.a year. It was a wonder to printers how The Cosmopolitan, with lt yearly i536 pages of reading matter by the greatest writers of " world, and its uso illustrations by clever artists, could be furaulat for $3.0. a year, In January last it put in the most perfect ngel s printing plant in the world, and now comes what is really a wemdget Think of it, pa. pages ot reading matter, with over 1U0 iUuutrat~ i . a volume that would sell in cloth binding at $S.f0 We wilt seed you THE COSMOPOLITA)I MAGUl, which has the strongest staN of regtlar contusaum of ainny periodicaL and the WE.KLY YELLOWSTO3 IOUAlNA morn icer O2r .