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DAILY YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME i. NO. 6. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, z8sa. PRICE TEN CENTS.
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J*JAY 1 l'SIAN ANt SrR(LE)N.
(Jýn Is-.e. ( tI Juuirial Btuilding. Main ritrest.
W.1...I. GABIAJCK.
J. ?T(L'. El.l. & 4;AR24c1.
AMnseyn'st law. £flthi one doer Weds of Court
IIuuw., Mika City, Montama.
``'AM WS1.11F:. Aiotctkc in '.:.l. Billngs, ry. T.
O ll'raccr in all court . ~ !'erritery.
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
MILES CITY, M. T.
JOS. LEJ(:i,. \ PE$IDEN'r.
RICH' I) E. ST'OW EA , CASH IIER.
Authorizd ('Ca hital, - P2!ifOK.
K Paid up (Capital, - $ 60,000.
DI IRFXtTR8:
Joe. LIOraHTI, 1it (ii. E. rmwga.
AE.MI:, !tIv:*,t, Wm. H. (4TrHRIE.
lino. 1I. MIl.s-K JOHN J. (hiAHAM.
Jafh. S. 1llaflBIN, U. S. A.
ctxR~uroruruns e
Sbatu rNattlcnal UaLk. New York Clty.
Merchgnt. ILan and Trust Co.. Ebleale.
!t Merchant. NmUaaal Beak Si. PoUl. Nine.
INSURANCE.
Wm. II. OXLEY,
-AORNT FOR
ýverpool, London, Globe
I KSURANCE CY)MPANY.
mIZ= MlE zia CO
OF BROOKLYN, NEiW YOU.
AMERICAN CENTRAL,
INWSCRANCR COMPANY,
Of IT. WWB , ILO.
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FACTS FREAKS AND FANCIES.
Uncle Rufus Hatch will Visit
This Wonderland Again
During November.
He is "Stuck" on Montana's Fat
Slick Cattle, and Will
Purchase a Few.
A Girl in Georgia Under Sweet
Sixteen the Mother of
Five Bouncing Kids.
The Republicans in our Sister
Territory are Gaining
The Ground.
IOTHE TELEWrRAPHIO MArTTEl .
A NHeltfy Si.
ATLANTA, Oct. ..--A lifteen year
old girl in Harris counity, Gieorgia, i
the mother of five children, twins and
triplets.
NEW YORK, Oct. .-U-nele Rufus
atchl s cotntemUplatig uanotIher exten
sive trip through the west. He leaves.
Snext Umonth, anld will go through JMon
tana, via the Northern Pacific.
(CAIRO, Oct. ..-Bradley and Napier
visited Arali Paha to-day. Arabi ex
pre.een onfldeince in the decision of
the British government; he stated that
he haºd been treated well, owllg to the
intervention of the British Consul
The SItr heun s Gs ery.
WA.uINxoTON, Oct. 23.-The report
of luprenme Attorney Wells, in tlhel
star route bribery case formed the sub
jeet for a catinet meeting this after
noon, on which &cretury's Lincoln,
Fr. ;ilhuy'en anl d Folger and Attorney
S;,-ntral Brewster were present.
WAsmtiNUTTox, D. C., Oct. 2-The
resignation of Capt. D. Grecine, of the
corps of engineers, has been accepted
to take effect December 81st next. He
h::a been granted leave of olbence until
that date. MaJ. M. I. Rudlington, of
the quartermaster's department, has
been granted leave of absenes for six
months.
COr's Case.
\\ AIIIN.<TON, (ct. 't.-The coint
lmi.-oioncrs ii|>lointedl to iqjuire into)
thie charges tagaiinst (Col. Curr, report
that thie |romi|t execuition of li orderiir
to arrest the inedivine imun and his
libsti-ounlit conduct, and the disposi
tiin iniiuile to secure hisconminiiiI wni-i
the light conitnenied are highly recomn
niiiiled.
Ordway and Haud on -t. Sump.
I BISMAlRCK, Oct. 21.-Soue got<l und
fitlltive work is beiingilonehelirewhere
G(iovernor Ordway is iuakinw some very
telling campuaign siiet-hes, fromn which
lots of go(td will aecrue to the republi
cain litirty. Set retary Iliiind is like
wi!e doiiing some solid work for the
party in leliverliig telling peechitms on
thle stunili in southern Dakota.
Ordered Hung.
Spedal to the Paily Journal.
SWINNIPEG, Oct. 21.-The trini of
SJoseph LeveIeIC for the nimurder of a
inuan muniied LnCrof, in Munititoba n li
|HItemila., Was comipletedl to-lday. The
prisoner wag found guilty and sen
tell, ed to Ie hinged November 24.
Whein entenmc Was passed the prisoner
betrn*yed little emotion, but stood withi
his hands behind his back anid his
eyes fixed upon the judge.
Pilitisal Perasestie..
VALLr.Y CITY, D. T., Oct. 22.-The
political trouble in this county has
been very bitter. On Thursday Roar,
president of the Furmers-Merchanto
Natloinal Bank, one of the niost
thoroughly trusted of our citizens, was
arrested on the charge of enibezzle
nient, without the slightest ground,
uintply to give the Times, Kindred's!
paper, an opportunity to abuse and
injure him. The JustIce before whom
the case is beaing tried has made several
effoirts to adjourn the ease, but threats
have been used by the Kindred party
andti the caume still continuea, much to
the disgust of the eltimena. The ewl
Ings here have become stoeg agmiat
Kindred.
Peuns.t be sml-.
L. ('aooss:, Oct. 22.-At the demo
(Lratic Ilgislative convention for
La Crovse .ouinty held y,.crtrdluy after
Ilca, C(aptain I). A. Mvlkmald was
iominated for the state senate, and
John lhawson fi,r maemldwrof the au-ena
bly. Mr. M1, 1L.munald i1 head of the ex
tensive tows-lsut line iearing his name.
A lunn of fine executive ability and
quite ijpiular. He has served one
term in tihe senate. Mr. Dawson in. a
wcalthy and Ioular farmer. The
ticket is the veryl that tht could have
been made and will prove strong
enough to place the result of election
tomsiderably in doubt.
Fow Tke4eb 18 the Flod.
('uuInI'EwA FAI.ILS, Oct. 2-.-The
political war rages In this country,
with the nlmot inftense fury ever known.
There are now four tickets in the Held.
The prohibitions put up a strong ticket
at their conlvenltion yesterday, endors
ed WViln Hopkins lfor the legislature,
and Smith for treasurer, Hon. II. Ii.
aWoodman, the prohibition candidate
for congress, arrived in town ycester
day, anid will remain until monday.
He spoke to a large audience at the
court house last night. Mr. Aarnum,
edlitor of the Torch of IVausan, is here
this afternoou, In the Interest of Judge
Parks, the democratic nominee.
PEN, PENCIL AND PASTE POT.
Jersey crabapple crop is safe.
Mr. Spencer's trouble Is lusomnia.
Black silk hose are in great denuald.
Autumn poetry Is now the Infliction.
Lord Dufifriun I to be made a mar
quis.
Senator Hale, of Maine, is in poor
health.
Edwin Arnold's thee is deueriled as
*'inteCnse."
"Comet parties" are fIhhionable in
ea.tern cities.
Kid gloves are now nearly as long as
stockings.
Six new journals are about to be
started in Paris.
The "fatting" the Thanksgiving
turkeys has set in.
Kansas will raise 1.7,00U,722 bembels
of corn this year.
Mr. Blaine has recoveredentclly from
his recent illnes,
From fifteen to twenty distinct coal
beds eax.t in Keutudky.
Lorniard has Just dispatched nine
race horses to England.
Imn Chicago, instead of cleaning stone
fronts, they paint them.
Aboutl10,t00 cattle are slaughtered In
New York City every week.
hSome nuggets of solid gold, weighing
a pound, are shown in Denver.
American bottle lager beer is sold In
nearly every Mexican town.
Panri scientists have succeeded in
inoculating a mule with the smallpox,
and are tickled to death over this great
achievement of science.
Farmiers in lihe ditrirts traversed by
the Iowa cyclones have generally dug
pitis near their liouse am placts of re
treat when stormn approach.
It is the "good old custom" of the
'lutti, who believe In the survival of
the tittest only, to kill off all children
that are delornied or Idiotic.
Henator Brown, of Georgia, says he
would not exchange the position of
Snited staten senator for that of vice
pr +Int or the United States.
It r -'is rathler strange to read in a
Kansam paper that cotton picking haw
'omnienticed, and thei prowpeets are very
good lor a large ernip.
Late reports from England still agree
thaut the hop crop In that country in
one of the worst that has been known
for many years, and that the supply
of old stock on hand Is short.
A visitor to a baby show down in
Maine thus aums up his conclusions:
"For pure, unadulterated foolbihness
about a baby, a father can 'outfoolish'
all the reat of the family-yes, and I
will throw in the grandmAother on the
mother's tide."
SThe most learned woman In the
world In MIA Ramnabal, a young lady
of twenty, who Is now In Parts. She
is a native of India, and can read and
write and talk In twenty lanugna
having a woadiftl gift lai that waws
baeids being up lu mathumad s'
astrammy and MistY.
Vetas Preelmets.
i-Miles (City-Caiarle Brown, C.
B. Leblrher, l. H. (G.rrish.
2--Prhl..e' lIanch- Joe. Prince's
house-Joe. Prince, John Blakely,
Henry Davis.
S" . Bull Creek, Thomlson's house
.A. F. Wilson, Job Crabtree, T. J.
'1 hoiipson.
4--ltebud, HMinipsn's house-Jam.
S.ilm.wou, Peter Jackson, Geo. Card
well.
li-Big Por.upine, Parker's house-
Jas. Mdcraw, Jas. A. Parker, Daniel
Boyle.
6i-Froz-to-lk.ath, Hyde's house
George Hyde.
7-rt-lteetah. Guy's store-Robert
Guy, 'I h t 'otler, Garnelt Andelrson.
--J unction ('it Mle( 'orusick & ('u r
lise's store-4C. 1). Brown, Burns
Smith, Henry Kiser.
l.-H- util..y, lMa;ith & Hagy's store
--George .' lith, 'I'U.o. .lctiurl, Wnm.
Hamritton.
lI.-t oulson, PeasIley's slore-George
|ilverberg, iamuelu Alexander, Alex
Pratt.
Il.-Billings, Mtar & Bullock's store
--Geo. Tower, Jamnes Muldowuney, H.
Coln.
lo.-Canyon Creek, Erwine's store
Midney Erwin, Edward Fawkes, B. B.
Brockway.
13. Young's Point, sctonl! housn-J.
W. Cole, A. J. Young, William Mitch
ell.
14.--Forsythe Bryan's ofike-Geo.
W. Dillon, .. H. Tl'aylor, F. U. Hen
ninlg.
l.i.--losebud, South side Yellow-I
stone, Williams & Hay's store-James
Wililians, WV. A. iowles, Charles
Le&eur.
Iti.-Laime Deer Creek, Barlow's
ranch-Jojln Barlow, Wilson Harris,
Joun Lynch.
17.-Grave Yard Bottom, Eph Davis'
ranch-Geo. Putumn, Eph Davis and
Mlchael Currier.
kI.-Neulis' ranch, Frank Nealls'
house.-Jau. M. ''urner, Frank Nealls
and J. H. Grimmett.
1I.- Lieonlmb's ranch, Sharp's house.
--eo. LiCsnob, C. C. Huwes and A.
G. Collins.
:).--.harp's Ranch, Sharp's house
J. M. Sharp, J. W. Touhey and Henry
Hurniend.
2l.--Tongue river Uecamp, Northup's
store.--Charle Northup, L. Mcuillis
and Frtd Hawley.
"--Lay's ranch, Lay's house.-T.
o. Lay, k'red Ba.
Guyteell's ranch, (luytuell's house.
Rt. L. Ouytsell, Johnston Pratt, Peter
Mashall.
8.-Little MiJsouri Stone's House.
Louis Stone, r.th *'hipple, Alumso
Smith.
2.-Deadwood creloing, Mason's
store.-4. L. Mason, Milton tusmell,
Wmin. Myers.
Wol'oliff's ranch, Woodllffs House.
-John Woodlift; J. H. Finley, Hugh
Tracy.
:1.-Powder river, Townsend's
house.-Ed. Townsend, Bishop, A. U.
Lund.
2..-Terry, Sherman's house.-H.
Shermun, Frank Zahl, 0. M. Monta
gue.
•'7.--O'Fallnn creek, Hopkins' house.
-Dan. Harris, John Kerr, Emanuel
Nibet.
3u.-Iron Bluffs, Donnelly's house.
J. Donnelly, E. . Loyd, Ja McKeunde.
[AttItt.j CIIAltlH s WALKER,
btt County Clerk.
Cha rles Rad 'a M, V'tso aaud Matprriuds.
One set of 'Chias. lIcade' scrnp book
are tilled with par;grapli about
women and are lailui-d ''efina I'ra.
Othiersa are devoted to ruports of cuiirlous
1ipolie cimeM undetr thie liheading of
S(trihliu, <r miinii as revealed in courts
of law. severanil Iminderousi tome<t laiwl
ed JNe'qiir Loci contaulit tlie reports of
(dark deeds perpetrated in public Inlti
tutions. Wliviie Mr. Weade writes a
piny, hlie dIoes his work In a most I
systeimatic manner. His original MS.
is haudeil to him secretary, who makes
a careful copy. Thisn was revihed by
the aulier, and a fresh copy iA irmaiade,
with instructIlona for pronipter andh
stage manager. 'Thein the author has
ai interview with a first claws artist,
and a set of sketches are mnde. TheMse
drawings are sent to the wood engraver
litagraplherfor larg poKster nior window
cards. Appropriate music Is written
by a conmpeteut nmusician, and several
complete sets of the score are arranged.
NOTES OF THI DAY.
His grace, the Duke of Athole, In the
most extensive tree planter nla the
world. Every year, says an Ebglith
journal, he planted from 0O.,WUA to,
l,WU,(lU0 treas.
The contributions toward the wa
field hospital at Washlngton amont(
to NRIhi. Consul Pnstts, at Lyonms,
opened a sabaeriptlo book and -
ceived 16,000 &Rnn.I
A St women Is the drem asker's
deipair. be is laposiu t b to work
ea. Tp thils womn i hI Wdulght.
It O eRaier to tim ir tMa dboiu
ats, is 0a Woods, fA ««l4 a" t ltM
stke et
CiW Drug Store,
Dr. LEBCNER,
Dra kr die
Drgs unl Iedciuies.
PR ESCRIPTIONS
`SMOKING CAES,
VASES, BUITST,
LIQUOIRS d CI(AIUI.
Feru'r in ho{ n hand trn'ralUy l,,
in n wlcU rtyulufrd drrqleoet".o I
'Ides Oily & Speerfihi
Stage Une,
Connecting at Spesifis with Rodgets'
Daily Stage be
n:EAn WOOD,
WPTh. ety lav esv Mika. City
Monday, K edstweuay and Frkdaf.
mtorning. at Hl o'clkck. For [Oua~ge of
any Iu1liruatlon apply to
Ii Main S4treet, Miles City, M.T.
COAL!
It iq to the int.rr't of' all * In , a iuaintied
i1th the quality (of C(.8l 1f , hi. ....iiiry. lw-for.
niakiiing arrtngeimint fur wintern tiiuel tuoagminr
the Luxl af the
Signal" Brand
lBETTER KAO WX AS
HAINE'S COAL!
which has been In urt h<rr for thr prat thra Ya
and always gase universal lati<factioau . I hi coal
ik just as ,,eniumend"d. All Orerar Pronm
filkld. KeImm.eAble dimscunt for Large Order
.ev er rs noat
0. W. AVASE & CO*S. STOK.
Or Address.
W. N. HAINES,
1 MVIl. CITY. MONTANA
LWRD DEPAIIET,
N. P. R'y Co.
Notice is hereby given that all of that
panrt of the town of Miles City located o6
the a. w. I of the n. e. 1 and lots no. I
and 3, of section 33, tp. C, a. fram, 47, t,
and not heretofore sold or cw tracms to
be sold by te
Northenn Pacific Co.
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