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VOLUME XIII. NO. go MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 19. 'i PRICE FIVE C MILES CITY STARTLED! Terrible Tragedy at Case, King & Wod zitzki's Store! CUT TO PIECES Every Min Should do His Duty--How will It End? - - More Developments Ex pected. Whoa we went to bed last night f.-; seq that our little ones were tucked safe ly to sleep in their cozy little betds to dream happy dreams -if Manta Claus we little thought that today we would fotd prices cut all to pieces at Case. King & Wodsitkas. We were startled at the lWw prices on such things as rich china ware, dolls. picture books. even so Many things we didn't know they kept. Ele gat line of silk handkerchiefs and amgeers and crarats and scarfs. Then Igok at those all wool blansets. suits of slothes and overcoate cut in the latest styles sad praces cut so low anybody eas aford to wear them Hens shoes alass shoes. children a shoes 1.O.4. F. A. O.U. W., K. of. P . A. A.M. wives eas Bad a special presset for their hashanda. Then you can load theChrea. ees tables with a mountain elf tempts toes and delaeraees from every quarter of the globe Whatever is eaten sho aid he of the finest quality. If low im price so much the better. cheapoess and qual. ity are twins and everybady's pets at Cass. King & Wodtitaki. Mixed Candies, three pounds for .Clc. Mizsd Nuts Jar a pound, How does that strike you? "3. W. W. ANORUS. 1M~~~~~~ aa wt~~ ...Ts.d 4 b~an. toIM a a..t 1 yin., sad l 200 p... assw~ M R ~ . WAIt TALK AugustaGeorgia Is Filled With Armed and Angry Men. The xherif ,any. He Will hee Tat the hush Which Meek. to L~yark Wiglarth. Wait il t their A(.( .T. i;%. Dec. 2. Immediately after the news of the death of Mr. Mur iay became generally known thin after noon the talk of inching Wiggins. the negro who dad the shouting. was ienised Murray. who died at noni was aouided Sunday. Tonight a large armed force is at the jail. The Richmond Huzzars. reinforced are read) for duty and are under arms at the armt.. y. Their borses are sad. tiled and braitileo and all is an rea'lrnesa to move at a moments notice. There are fears of a conflict before morning for the authorities awear that they waill giae their laes in defense of the law. 1lhere is a feeling if unrest in the o.ty It wall be impossable to take the prieon. er from the jail if resistance is given. and the sheriff has given his word that he will protect the prisoner and defeat the mob that raids the jail. Up-pesd. Sa Marea.. tOflai.o. Dec. *!.-Times says: An internatainal deal in cmpper as likely to be peufected saon. Erer since the em"eb up of the greet corner in copper, which was created by a French and English syadicate three years ago. speculatots have Leen igurisg how to put through some such scheme. Rspre.entatlves of the combine were Is Chicago aseerl days And waer joined here by Joba Dempster. of Glasgow. Arthur Turn bull of New York. who is iateseeted is the deal, also came here and yester.ay the party left for the west. Their mis sion. at is said. is to confer with the own ere of the smeanse Moetass and Arias. na properties. The scheme of the syndicate ws to get the owners to cut in two the output and not exceed .J4JUD.0l pounds a monnth. This would bring down the figures at the Anaconda properties to thoew of the Hleliia and Caiuanet mave. All arrange auenta bate been made for the carrying .aut if the deal. and at only remains fiar Marcus Ialy to give his consent. He is a difficult man to deal with but they pro fews to believe that they can afford to offer a big inducement. Jeba Wil) irs ,baeg.. WAshansGros. Dec. 27. -John W. a. ter. e -secretary of state. has been re quested by the Ohinese government to go to Japan and and amsst the pienipo teetiariee at the forelge goveraseest to aid them is their aegutlatkoes for peace. IIH has acoepted the invitation and es pects to lesve Waslngtoe within a day or two, isiMig free Veseswersfor Yoke hbmt Ja. T. h sieaieme of de gto o d ee posteames aft* see *apse peedw is a priv.e.p alty.and has usauthority to ant far the goramentat o the United Eltates. W emu aDe .teouseb wNs....a.., eDUsr aU.. ae se.ai* k a besr he all e s.wt 4 -ne 111 s i as awl V Nil a d im ag . 4 Je, as =m seagalnsa boms at*e Or uame els." ha 4ease will he m. deemed . at ea* $.,eIsn digest ieht ý te~ of Al IM -o eass diuuid -hher the qas ws he *d h.aw the "amer ewb *It .ase V4m" Hens. , Qa aM damr LaINss lsle d M r ire dhisti agghge ti ..*%Nk a. ar was emgmaesvhnand Me U Mi Fes Wh inhli Ws i n tiensesa eae x< PRAUDM EvaOSED. omae of oas t mss o U. UIank M M& *umesesa uedss b. Dr. UpsIn. Dr. lyslop of Col mble setflep, We a wresd in the Bascsa Beaid, has help ed o bring down several se galled mind sedem" who have visited New York The Taylors, a man and woman who gave exhibitions in New York two j, ar ..go andl convinced nearly tv y one K .0 saw them of the gensinnmase.f their I: iiifestatiois, gave a pvr'at"' s aane I the benefit of this ('-,I. professor and soons of his is : trir nds They found hi.dutn c i thi y pwiI. d out cards that had 1; leted from a pjek and then ,hu' I i; again, and all the other familiar trwk-. with wore than conmnun s.. we " them staying in the room and la i.:, in the Peeri t, and the other comi it s. .in t I er all wain ready and sujppslily read tig the partner's mind. All wont well until Dr. Byrlup ni confederate took the Taylots aback 1. announcing that they meald do the icu:' things. They had tumnd that the wursi used by one of the *init.d remaldr- in calling the other into the rte in nil." what gave the d sreid informati' i. it was discovered that by skillful arrange ment of not more than six words a str pricing amount of information could ii' conveyed. This is the first time the fact that the Taylors were not genuine mind readers has been wade public. Another 'niind realer" expoesd by Dr. Hyslop anl ciimivcstitatOrs war Gnibal, who gave exhibitions in New Yurk recently and astonished hundrir d of persons, most of whom suppose to this day that his tricks were bona fide psychic phenomena. Goibal's assistant was a wonan called (Greville, who sat on the stage, and who, no far as could be sum for a long time, gave him abso lutely no sign of what was in her mind. Guibal appareatly read that mind as if it were an open book. The whole thing was found to be a trick, and the expla nation is now in the archives of the do deuty for Psychical Research. It in be. Ilieved that Oaibal and (reville were the same persons whose performanies had mased Landon not long befere. Thie woman breathed very heavily, at 4 the code of signals lay in the manner of her breathing, messages being ouar y, d by long and short breaths, eonmethit.;t like she d.as and dashes in the Maonu telegraph oode. Te car tcre. We do not know, but we strungly mqses, that ear eeetrio railways are en conraging the car cure. In tact, E. ropeamsare gravely diucneumng the effect of electric railways an rheunmatism, and many eWterWrs take tdu car cure with regularity awd suppuned beuefL They get as near the mutor as possible and east longing eyes on the trolley. As a nosed and emntent agish physicaiu gave as the result of his life's obwerrv ".-m *that fully two-thirds of the :a ments of bnmanity were purely iueta tary,- we can resii.y bee how the mar sure for rheamatismn is very esicacioua. -Atlanta Constitution. The protection awarded to the earth by mow is shown by Ebermayr in tchi "mrImeae of Prosta " In one tersr lton the teunpesetmre of the air above the now was 6 degrees below M I. Under the mow the thmam tw Maod Marv,. ea. malt.. Prom a letter written by Rev. J. Onadermee. of Dtmeadmle. Mish., we ms permitted to make this extreit: "I hew am healbea be eseemamdlug Dr. Klg% Now Disevery, as the seetsd weeo nlst emmemns ib the e-se d mW wlts. Wht I was pe der d the Repq abash a lee. Jasedte abs was biea.t dew. with -eem a assnede beg beg wg Ibessi.le paepeas. maughtes wedid hat hem. with SKI aibmpees e it me as a Nib mem sut se,.e thie. A Ibie Y. uowidii Dr XbeS% Nw DbewgIM R was lkte Ms *w I ube s *ii. annub a sVeei* ideq mens 3g . I w ed a hbe has r wo seats or S.m -at aI *******iy (ea wwamb emege te _gg_ geeti Whb Tom. Las Tear. For the omeelmmoe of those who wid to make omiparisoes and for the beeekt of those who sMM never yeeme her, the Jouaxtu. will hereafter kpep standing a table of the corresponding month of last ) ear. ehowing day by day the priocipal mejeoroloAcl e'ooditinws. as obtained from the reoord kept by the U!nited states weather observer in th+, rity. Following is the r. .. for U.").. I . : C11. Oki .IVl :, .lud . l. clot, ýy.. . . .: ti . .u . ... . to ('tui don . y . . Jii 1 r Pa.rt Clously ... ... ... L i (tear .. 1) Part Cl4u. 1 -Clear .................... .1 1..... l .ar . . ..... 4 ;y) Partly Cloudly . 3 21-Partly Cloud .............. 2 22-Clear . ............. ... 3 24-Cloudy................... 2 25 Clear.. . .2 21i P(Iar .... . . . . -2 - lear .......... 1. 2$ -Cloudy ... .. 2 2--Cloudy .. .. 19 30-Cloudy.... 30 :11 -Partly Cloudy............... 33 The figures in the right hand columa denote the average thermometer reading for theday. +K' "Hr tir, e :4~ "":.:r he took on 1,r siyten: "Juat I : hir H, ,wee ma0 0 -rndgi -Ltii Queeo n VI, r.. 6:1 to ,me wo e uWeL:Wl..t is 1:(uA:, :.u aim Ii telling on 1-rt at inst. Irri' .'.l as t1 qiger-u may1. li ttnd. r tit 13i!:" .2f thlnun:atisrn which n.:. I.t ( t i.. r. o 1i" i, -o iru to me hlr pluce 4ilt by ,....i! r. the has kep' the balauci of mioral powvr it tier smre of Europe 23 ot rresuid bead has rise before her or will be likely to do otler her. .-aran Ht 1:14 I.F, a1z Righest of all in Leavening Power.-Latea U. S. Gov' iz.. W. B. oaK;N, President. G. M. MILES. Vice-President. H. B. WILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BAUL MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL. $sooo0. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, MOii W. B. Josat:, GEO. M. MILES, H. B. WILEY, J. W. 'TREVELL, iHENRY TUSLEI, JNO. CARTER. F. C. RmIERTSON ZXaterez t mac od Timan epDie WILLIAM COURTENAY* Mile. osIv. atmsau.ý Live Stock Broker. Real EsMa and SomseroW Agent for FIRE. LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Loan Broker and Notary Public. First Class Ranches, Faura 40 Town Lots for sale. Settlers and Intending Purchasers ftrat be information respecting Northern Pacific Lands and Lots. Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming and W.stern Caddebhe1 sale. LbsIbSak $ldt - Y(li~i.ow~d te abintha -r -re ýa, Oa hanwa to mr-IL A.%sc.ac. I . D., K~ih Wrmu. glm imw, mapi * I too ::~nt . Duookbya. N. Y. U gIo "1! wearoat arIa Iv -- a :la and! "Wt mewmm yeses I taa=a= a[ ampwwnmthos to endow.n it. 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