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DAILY YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME I. NO. s4. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, nts. PRICE TEN CENTS.
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MILES CITY, M. T.
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tordi-a rat ta.4- I ,fx tIhiq Afce, or? to the (''tlog
P-alool . I t-Imltw Jordou dt Coll M Irebd at
W. A. Burleigh Jr's. Store.1
r'OR T1lid r'EI.RATED
Subscribe for the'
Jdeersal the I Wt"e..w A..ertared
Pres used the We.ter 4t 1l
SOME DISASTROUS DEEDS.
A Disastrous Chapter of Acci
dents Sent Over the Wires
Two Steamers Run Into Each
Other in England Causing a
A Railway. Smashup in New
York and Another Near
the Zenith City.
In Ontario an Old Lady Tired'
of Life in This Wicked
Minneapolis Visited by a Terri
ble Fire, Destroying an Im
mense Lot of Property.
HEIENA, Nov. 13.--Maginnis ma
Jority will he over 1,i50. Legislature
ThI o LiMB.
Lo~IoNn.. (hit, Nov. 13.--Mr. Mary
lRoughey, an old womnan who tried to
hang herself the other day, drow ned,
BiI:tl.I., Nov. 13.--Tolay an explo
Nioa c~urr.l in a mine at Oberittors
( ('reten, ;Saxony. Thirty-three persons
were badly wounded.
Lovo..Nv, Nov. 13.-The steanwhip
Angelico, plying between (l ia and
Hull has foundered in the North isea.
Forty persons were dwawned.
Sae e a Iig% h .
HI e ENA, Nov. 18.-The famousa
lrillmlunon mine, near Helena, was
,ilti to-day to a London syndkiate for
one million five hundred thousand dol
(nucAoMe, Nov. 13.--4oinIj~pte r~e
tunaio' frwi (it- Aide tt( on ,euji&rititt-ndeiit
ofu, oulldic his~trlctlitif, just hii, give,
It: oii, dimi v ra'rt, L2,WA iStiajorit% over,
W A'BI\IITI%-, Nov. M:.-I aiiicat~ions~
for eIuper MiMAA.ipid valley :Wairnier,
I urtly south1lerly wiliIM, i'tztioiierv or
I.wtr irt,ýsure. Foir the Mimiouri val
ih.Iv: Wurnier, fair weather. WhludN
mnnostly we-stvrly, aitatlonery or iuwvir
A ItAN, N. Y., N'OV 1 -The* at
torn Iey g.eiieral Weld t to ~(ieielef t~uli
I o-ii:ty to ioni ;e it aanition for the ski;
Viint~iiIit ot a receiver of tile New
~ )rk Life' I ni~trarnie compn ay. 'r
tiairn wniesnn iiere prijoposed but no
ag"*iiit*Iit wamt mnade.
IAN("-IN, Neh., Nov. 1.3.-A fire at,
Rtivurto'n, Frinklin coinitv. cedenlay,I
des'troyed Ii tteen louislsrngllj fii theieurt Ie
iof* theii bup-inemmt jWartlifi ofr town. Li(*14
VA14,001J. I niti.'red for '15,',o'. 'Ihe up
dit-14#e4 of lyiat-11tag are freely aiaade.
GALVESON 'NOV TuIS. Thee..
iciwtiul froma' Crockett staym tile eourt
I louplet, it)ia~ w, tile liteiftofeti e RIMt
kil, a evi comtpletely demtroIycel byv
tire. All the rvcords loist. TIwo p~rit-,
nAlers, Olivvr MuC: it y, a Wtkite Iiktin
Imda negro, j.:vrl1'I lIII tile liamuc".
NEpvnlaum, N. Y., Nov. 13.-A holer
In a mill ut~r Wapthliogtownviile ex
plodled. Euirnce Fairbatnkc'.riotioly
Iniijured, lit-1e hvn the night (;ft
h ot~h eyes. dek~troyed. Thre Italiarite
severely woundd lis flying fralgitentia
(if tile boiler, aud two of thew probab
she Him a abeame.
ToLixis, Oliko, Nov. 14.J. O'(onnor,
tile ex-i rietit who wwU prevente4tt Soll
isact evei ~ ~ IF *14 th0o a o,
tn-'iay jiutmaifhena a cat rd in which he
doelitreit tholt lie will lecture iW& ball in
to bie had In thle city. He alums V
dieclaringI (hat lie wQ rw soe
than that a otkr d~ keli
t egCAcrewia of i11 *.~
isd~# h n n)~~
MAN FRANI\sc' , Nov. 18.-Boise
('lly Dis)patch says lanizer, republican I
candidate for delegate to eangress, hast
a mna ority of 3,10 as far ul heard frn, I
whlc fulil returns will increas to about i
Breilaugh 5thI OLt
LO)sno., Nov. 13.-Bradlaugh went
to the house of (olmmnlloils this after
noon to try to take his semt. He had
a brief pertnnal consultation with
the sleaker of the house and was in
fornnmed by him4 that an order of exclu
ulon was still in force. He then with
drew without mIaking any clfort
towards securing his seat.
[)ULI'TII, Nov. 13.-As a St. Paul &
Duluth train wasstandiny on the track
at Fond dl Lae, it was run into Ivy a
wild Northmern Pacllie freight train.
The caboose and three box cars of the
freight train were wrecked, and the
enlgine of the other train was badly
danaged. The engineer called for
brakes without a rtesponsce, and then he
and the ltreilln juuinped fromn tie cab.
No one was hurt.
temms Oeme Tsgelohr.
Lo.nsIx, Nov. 13.-A collision 'e
currtd at two this nmorning. One of
the steamnerl, miahing, was bark rigged
and neen after colhsion. (.'apt. Lud
ing, of the other steamer, Westphalia,
imnmediately disappeared. A bamt was
.manred and mearch made, and other
Iottsi nmade ready in event of the water
gaining on the Westphalia. All the
ipuma s were kept going without inter
mission. The malls and ninety pas
sengers were landed at Portsmouth
thin afternoon, and will be forwarded
to their destination at the earliest po
sible moment. The Westphal sla now
moored alongside the dockyard, alnd
kept clear of water by the pumps.
The cargo is not greatly damaged.
Uiret praise in accrded the ofioer
anld crew f.r their o,,lntes and Oourage
from, the niolmient of the collision. The
nea .vas very heavy, aid It was too
L-w'k to see a ship's Ir. e'"!.
PouoturxPstI., N. Y., Nov. II.
A fast train on the New York Central
collided with the Parksville train at
I Parksville to-day, and five passengers
were seriously injured. The collislon
was caused by carelkqs signalling. The
engine of Parksville train crossing
froin down to tip track cane in collision
with fast train which let New York at
10.30 a. ni., it being on fast train time
hot heangi,lsa were badly damlaged, anal
bagu'metr, ar and drawnlg-rounm ear,
"Itbo! l:y," of the fast train, slightly
dn:,!tg ",. but the next idrawlng-roxnl,
"liver iola," hadl wet4 -ide torn out.
'There were thirteen J;,'4*ngers in it,
three of whlont were ladies. One of
the ladies, Ele Katie Chaetelon, New
York, had her hands cut by broken
glass, but was able to return to the
city. James D. Maxwell, of Antster
daln, New York, and Warren E.
IDerby, of Brooklhn, mat on the east
side of the car, amid when the collision
oc.urred plunged through plate-glans
windows to the ground. Ierb y was
badly cut about the face, le andt
hands and both eyes blacked, but no
bones broken and he is out of danger.
Maxwell was out about the face and
head and one rib broken, and it is
thought he is lnjured internally and
mnly die. No one else Is reported
injured to any extent. Train were
delayed two or three hours.
MIN~NE.0-01,11M, NOV. 1 I.-I lie Mo,':
dILmvi~.rous fire that lsa-' renaied Min
,viliber, broke out abLout nine o'eioek
this maorning~ Iin W. W. Emwtimiiiim
iiiilleliig, etnimiioily knowun as the
K mmikerimm-ker block, on Nimollvt Ave.,
bietweeli Fourth aind Fifith street-t8 andt
left the hiand*nmt structure in comn
N lete ruin, behideo am.im the new
uribert bflovt' adýOjoinitg. How the
fire eirtaiginti-l ,um, not 6, yvt , beem
asverta IWII, lout it liroke out In thme
packinig ro4nmm oT the Kniekerliw-ker
rurimituit' imuuie In thme basm~eint inl thv
rear tit the 6uiblUig. Thme Knicher-I
Looeker lpotjk was occu pied by the fl
luiwlii mtrmint and II nn: Easte'rly
hnalf orgroundifloor ande Imetmemi by
Mildlesniut & Taylor, wail puper and
giam, Piwtudo, Mlita L. E. 1tmay't~edreming
roomns, Miss Wright's cloak roomsi,
EdI. 1. L.. Mloeckeu,'a Insurance offiee,
and Or. W~n~tworth'o offIke. The
westetrly halof e the ground Ihoot and
and the entire t~hlir and fourth floons,
were vecupled by tWe KniCkerborek
fuirniture cojmpany. The block wtio
owned by Wiet. W. Easttmau, who'
vms bed It a4 110,010. His unsronces In
$L3,ztmvh. The following are the comn
plew4 omiev and insurance: W. W
EaRLtman loss $40,00, 1nSUran11M.~
IM); KnIckerimcker Op,;, loss P') (Wt,
insurance $25,EVJ; Midetlendalst 'iav
lot lows $12 ,000 insurmmo '11M) J Mis.
Baiconi low. si,&IJO, WInUZrinae
Mis Wu ~right tor $1 J(M), Insurarnce
none -MWr Ray bomo i1 M)1I it etanee
$600 lsimastoeag louw~ 'Pu' imanirmnee,
none; Dr. WOfiwarth loft laimur
aise. none; Ed. F. L. lWe hin tlow
"XI1, luisutranee 3641; W. It. Hayes kmn
61,tH Ininraiceusu~Il~emibert black
= SM,00I, Insurance ft2,,U0; Dyer A
awardImr$8,0111, inmurance $13,10;
3.W. Hlowsile lossti SIJW, nsuan
*o .I? TOuu7m1%
DI) MorNEt+, Is, Nov. 13.--Pro
found sensation was acused yesterday
by finding dynamite il Iiayerdon's
place at the International distillery.
This morning a letter read by Wiu. N.
Mtlith, one of the foremen, which was
hantded himll by his son, another fore
man, is am follows: "Mr. mnith, dear
air.-Thl'ere are fifty Iunds of dyna-i
nite in the Inasher. It will exphlode at
140 degrees FVarinheit, or a stliagt jar
will exphkle it. Nptify the tcvu of it,
but don't show this letter to anyone.
Thias l~ no boyv's play; we ieain busi
ness. If you follow instructions tere
will I' no danger to anyone when it is
all taken out. Babbitt Kidd, owner,
was notilkfd, and the aarc'h party
fou:id several iae.kages of dynamite
in ingress pplles of the engine. To-day
the entire building was gone over and *
nine more packages tliuandi, weighilng
eight and a half ounces each. Various
warnings werealso scrawled with chalk'
on the walls. One arrest was made
todlay and warrants. issued for others.
Kidd, Babbitt & Co., the latter owning
the nmshehrs, and leas ing to be uhed on
percentage, had a dispute about the ;
distillery. Babbitt & (o. undertook to
remove the nuaher, but the difficulty
that occurred wan understood to have
been am othed over. Kidd now sus
pects Babhbitt as being in the pflot and
Ilras sworn out a warrant for his arrest.
There Is a good deal of mystery about
-LEVEILAND, Ohio, Nov. 13.-About
five o'ew*k this morning a boiler in i
the Forest City Iron Works exploded .
with terrific force, killing four men !
and seriously wounding four or live
others, and slightly wounding half a
dosen more. Wonder is that a larger
number is not killed, as nearly three
hundred nd fifty men were at work
on the building, which is open at the
enda and sides, all under one roof; no
partitions. The boiler was eighteen
feet long and brty-two Inches in diana
eter. A large part of theroof wa torn
off and fragnnents of the boiler hurled
at a great distance. The eause of the
explosion is unknown. The killed are
W. Atkins, master mrachinbet of works,
who had the top of his head blown off
and both legs wrenched from his body,
and horrlly naangled. DI). Wrlgllt,
front Wyando(ta, who was looking for
work, had the top of his head blown
off as if it had been cut by a knife, and
hins brain smcooped out clean, and face
blackened so on to be beyond recogui
tion. John Gallagher had his skull
broken arerg4 the bfrehe:td and some
internal injuries. John Williams, irstl
engineer, had his head anlashed and
todvy mangled. Atkins, Wright and
Willianrla were killed instantlv; Glila
gher lived three hours. (tlalhlher
leaves a widow; Williams a small
KMlled by Bulets.
f CiNCNNATI, 0.. Nov. 13.--The
,come r'p jury, ii.quiring into tiheauwi
of the death (of Col. Itappett and others
killed during the transfer iof Neal aind
I Craft from Cattlelburg to Lexiniigton,
Ky., rendered a vrdlict finding thiut
the diM4On4d were killid by Iill6t1 0
fired from the gluns of thie Ltate mnuli
tina o(n steaimer Urunilte Stute guarding
priioners, and that suid tiring was
not done in the line of their duty. The
jury held Mayor A llen, cousiiiIore of i
of thie trool*., culpaIth fororderinig and
pwrinitting the tiring.
Lowe r Lwere.
C111AA0o, Nov. 13.-ThU 7TmeW wiil
publish a story in the morning to tift '
eth-et that th;t the Chineoe dwarf Cha
Wall, aged ortly-five years and forty
four incinw bigh, im about to miarry a
young wonmu aged ninetten, who
gives her name uitii Fannile Coleniiu,
and is said to be of well-todo Cutmoliy
ia tirents in New York. The sory us
told in the girl saw C(h n alh on exhi
bliion in New York andt fell in kve I
Swith hiniu. The heaithen is reported
rich, and it in hard to toll whether it is
love or luere lIrhe girl in after.
Murder md Rapes
MEMPHIs, Tenn., Nor. 11.-Apprals
(Couiimmlus, Minb., Iipeelal says last
Monday eve, near Bigby alley about
twenty uilex Ib-low here,, Fare, a
white womuan of loose reutation, was
ra|ed and murdered by a negro. Her
body was ftound in the wodn near the
rund with her skull Irctured. The
murderer was capluftd -and own
nitUed to jail. He esoupqd, Was re
c(ptu'red and on Thuday r iigt was
taken roma the custody of te &atloma
CHICAGo, Nov. 18.-Heavy nativo
cows anud ster. of 1.100 pounds sold at
$4.5o; good to cboioe Texans staer.,
$4.00(W4.40; medium to mAr, i:LzWa
3.6 natlveoows,.40(01M. IA. eolpts,
1.,3W; shipments, notw. Uood to ehoake
and hippers in demiand. Medium to
good muUon, 03.0(.4.251 bnqy $tl.l
t 476; I'oxans ( f .?5<i brk Mli
|there is no chftstg la,llv* stook t>)
kee ltal t wak._
City Drug Store,
Dags aii Iehcies.
VAME8, HI MSTM,
-LIQUuiS & IfiAW*.
E'rzythinr, oft hrnrei gUt ler(lg 1
ina wdll nregurdrad drug h~uc:.
tie cit& spearns
Oonneetiug at Upearfish with Rcoeti.s
Daily stage fo[
*rI'The male letres Mile" ('st
Monday, t(Itac.4ay and Frlidy
Snorln npe at x o'd..wk. For peasu;i "
aInty infotnvuatitn apply to
A. JI MAXWELL, PU
I M a l o a t r t t t , 3 1M i l e C i t y , M %. T.' .
It tl is he laaereM of all who art e aqualilt I
with the q1ality 11 (tual of thl\ &.untry. 1r4,
UaI armangeI msa fur wnlater', fuel tutc.awl.,
i the awl .1 te
JJETTRR KNO WN AS
wbth him lemsn to nue lwre for the rut three ) .av.
md alway rry Rareun icr.al TSsfart e. hIb'r ,.., l
(I dIm im rwUeauacmn~hi. All Ore.. Prota dI
Rle. Rua m eab iLcnat for Lae usrIr
1S. 3. SAVASE a L. sTORE.
I Or AMmee
W.I W N. HAIIES,
1 311.34 CITY. ONTAA.
POtITo ICE AD)RW IBOX 2a.
N. P. R'y Co.
Notice is hereby given that al at
part Of the town of Mile City
the n. w. I of the n. e. I and
ad 3. of section ). 3 .P-8 R- VW
Nad lm g hoemeýe sold or
be eso by th
Nortemb m cf c t.
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