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DAILY YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL,
VOLUME i. NO. 6o. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER s7, sis. PRICE TEN CENTS.
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MILES CITY, M. T.
JOS. LEKIHTON, - PRESIDENT.
RICH'D 1. STOWER, CASHIER.
Authorized (Cupital, * 250,000.
Paid up CA&t1l1, * - 5.,U0O.
i. Jrt ilvrs:
JOB. I.litrrot)N, RICHt. E. WToWPR.
ALMN;), MVKKu, WK. H. Geraniii.
Us. MI. MIaLEN, J<flNJ. (JUKAA.
JAs. S. limm8iqN, U. M. A.
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OF EVERY DICRIPTION
URAVV AND RBUULAR SGUAR'Y8 3PLB
We ea put ma up srem 1 mo lS pean witlh
Aemil"em Mternls if Wmed. w
We Guarantee our Work
mob. M04, ms oft.
UION NAIL SALOON
am.q mmws ..
OPEN DAY AND NICHT
^p AqmI, Pro.
TiE WORLS W KEMr.s
Is Gathered by the Manipu
lators of the Telegraphic
And Transmitted to the Readers
of the Journal this
A Father Kills His Two Children
and Then Tries to Destroy
Himself and Wife.
Judge Lynch Comes to the Front
in San Francisco and Makes
Railroad Accident and Boiler
Explosion in Massachusetts
With Serious Results.
Taken All in All, the Last Week
of the Year Goes Out With
a Bad Record.
Borrow, Mass., Dec. 28.-Chm. Acy
mour, theatri(cl nasuager, is nisling
since Friday uight.
NeW Yoow, Dec. 9.-Norternem Pa
clic 481, prrferrea 84 ; t. L'aul, Mnu
neapull & MIaniton 144i.
PANAMA, Dee. l.-Peace negota
tions between Bolivia and Chills has
been broken off, and war declared.
COnMIasI wsns UWrmaInn.
Mloln'uwaaY, Ala., be.. 2.--AII
quiet at Oelika. The wherilt has for.e
sunk4lent ti, uinltaliin order and sus
lain the ulualJsiwoara.
SAVANNAH, Us., bee.;m'.-A fire Iin
Wellnujma's warehouse. corner of kWy
sand Price streets, dumuageul mooN bales of
cotton; about-44 per etlid hinuralace.
WASINGTNOTN, Dee. ~W-WM. M.
Evartm aecepim all iIIvit.tioni or the
joint comiihttee~ or congress it, Nvw
burg, New York cessteanuial, to deliver
PHILADELPHIA, be~c. 26.-Officer
Jomweji Jarvam wasn probably lataily
stabbed. while disliorsiuig a lot of
roughs at Uiraazd slid Leymard Atreetas,
on Chriatiluam night.
*Rocuskwrxkt, N. Y., bee. zt.-Premsi
deeii Aikisnanun, of the commaiercial
Bank, has been alsuisohdrd retwi.ver of'
the City Batik oi ktuchiseter, and his
bond fixed at $110,4Wus.
Nmw YotK, beec. =~-Moitey, r(C*8;
Clooed, oflivedq, 04aj. Plurins msterchmiats
ipe~r, OQ(5n; %terliing exchlanalge, bank
a-ri' bills, isteiady,4NI;- sterliiug ex
chanage, demand, ib.I
IMULT OF CAIRDS.
KNOXVILL1, ictaim., Lk%-. A6-MaL
thiew I'rxnviel atud ',ý ahliam Mont
Ioeyhuht lmat slight Ovex a aI l
01 414411;o. bx iiulgomery uwmd akishe,
asnd Pi'tiouai~il a pilatl. Mountgomaery
w~a allot fit-mi.
ST. Losu is, liee. ad -A private dia
patchloania beeni reoeived heft vsitaing
that a conflict t~ook Place between the
hostile hiselons ,of thne Urtek ludian.
sisear Muukanja, but the reouil. Is ntau
MU01TM L~upu Due. SO.-Locah
iMkAJ atad oboe eourte. ~lat wotrk
40g-IS . .
TOOK5 m OWN UVU,
hlu'rm,; jLg, S.-HM*r Knahahi,
1111L -fi~ve y~6=01 at r Mis
iza130 aSuskbmax or ~ s saot hii
tM Hilkt howma.~ IP hh meaw W" at
FBARgam BK hIS I)S -Te"
omhsub We. FAt"uiWi
Vbad S.. g e
Nxw YollK. Dee. go.-The match
igam of rockets Ifr the chalmpioahip
of the world and $6iu. between Jo.pph
Gray, English chanmplon, and Henry
Brooki, champion of America, was
won by Gray.
Manarox, Ont., LDe. 2&L-Besse
Bye, aged 16 yes, and her slster. ag(ed
10, were drowned today. The young
er one attemlted to rescue the olther,
who had broke through the iee. They
were skating on the anal.
WASHInoTro, Dec. e.--t3cretary
Chandler say that it is not true that
he has deided to eloe any more navy
yard.. However. plans lor reducing
expenditures in the cvil departments
of the navy yards will be announced
at w early dsy.
WasmIxoao , Dee. 2S.-Upper M.
simippi and Misouri valleys, biJr
fillowed by coldt weather, north
erly to easterly wleds sad shifting to
went and aIsuth, followed by aslghtly
fhling tmarmneter, stationary or slight
rise ila tenmperature.
INDIANAPOLIS, laid., Dec. 26.-The
democratec committee of the ninth
congrsrional district met in the city
toUday and aominated Judge Ward,
º-on re.imniaa elect to All the vacancy
n.ade by the death of Hon. (odlove i.
PHrLADutLPrIA, Pa., Dec. 6.
ta.teuasent oarll the lines of the Penn
as Ivania rnlrNad oai mlany east of Pitt
burg said Erie for November, IlIIII,
compared with mane month in 1N81,
shows an increem in grus earnings
oa l."8.810; increawe of expenre $:1,
6L0; Increuae of net earnllgs $14,2I1.82.
INDIANS VPOVIUDD !OS.
WAsmIa rorx, Dee. 2.-The presi
dent has leaied an executive order set
ting apart certain lands in Dakota ter
I tory, for the Turtle Mountain bund
of usippewa Iudians, and oilier
Indians of the Chippewa tribe, as sone
of the nlaterior may see ft to .tle:
NwW ORLLtAN, Ia, Dee. M2.-A
nme.-I.nmoervcI Monroe, Louisiana,
special say.: Gin house and other out
buildings on the plantation of George
Miller was burned by an lacendiary.
No- insurance. Win. Brown has been
At Gill's Etepss last lt Jobhn
Booth shot Iaur men, two uly.
PirrTrms ,. Pa., Dec. 26.-A meet
ing of pig tris maiuinulactlurerm will lie
hIeld lo-norrow fur the purpmune of
forming a protective amclatiou. Be
Are adjournnuisit, action iu to be taken
to aecure a mure eiuitalble rutes on
tarifftthtman that recomunitended by conm
mimniniu. Another matter to conse up
for etolenturnt will be the queetion
lkiking to the reduction of prict. on
NORTH ADANI MUm., Ike. 28.-At
Hartwellville to-dl, while Fred Wil.
liamus and Marnhal aMon wiere looking
o(in at an engine, the bIoiler exploded
and they were both instantly killed,
their bodies being terribly nuangled.
The head of the boelier went into a
chair factory mdjolesing. Trie boiler
lhouwe wan demolislied. The chair fa1
tory was badly damaged, and thirty
tons of nicks removed three rod', and
a boy lifted intlo the air and carried
about four rods.
OVMY ON TIN3 8IRiR..
EAmT LIVEKRPOL, Ohio, Dec. 28.
In view of tiedturbeld coudtlUon ofaf
lair growing out of Uime pottear trike,
Mayor Burges hs IMue a pm cleuaa
tion that all perMionsaaemnblln on tlie
streets or highways, unlawilly mon
gregatiig Iu buidings, or insulting
cltizelei puMrsuing their work, will be
arrmted and dealt with according to
law. Extra police have been sworn In,
and with the regular force, feel cimn
dent to ouutrol any disturbance that
COLUMBUS, Us, Deu. A.-A Christ
nmas day diliculty occurred at Tnoy,
Ala., In whleh (teure Formal shut
d02 Frs k Mollywel Sernal sbots
Weft ar t by p"rhi s 1sajt only
one tooke eliet. *he difelalk grew
out of an old feud. Both sparitse are
welil-knowu buslasm ueen. 'he trag
edy caused oonailable exclieweut
KAVANxNAK, 0Us., 1w.0 '. -Wil. H.
Otte, having quarreled withl JiMph
ttHles at Way Cass, tlIS cut Ottem's
thant. tb weem colored. Mollie
Makerb: m1istau, pokably WeUy abt
Wun. bavI, alae mlorci
FARGO, Die. MIL-'Tday a specolal
We "a 111 . 1111
'E m '
Vdte wege 10 the
Atrs.rwas PT ,x wsac as.
MatwDux, Coau., Ike. ?.-An at.
tept wasmanade to wreck the three
o'clock aeeurumodatio train out of
New York; about two miles below this
city by a tie being pleod on the
track. It enurled up wuder the for
ward trucks of the krronotive and
brmouht the train, which was runn ling
at rate o ,f s.d, to I tandstll
with alnralog m ddnee but with
out doing damage. Not far i.hind
(tme the liWited exprel train for
Boston, the htest tniu on the road,
and des.ite the asials of the brake
men it was not t.rOe than a train's
leng h from he aco(nuodatlion taln,
when it was stpped with sucw abrup
nes that It almost threw the psrnea
Sem out of their esatrs. Ps of
bou trainus were gretly exd
TM EKiourAUY DICOINe.
Naw Yona, Dec. Si.-The commit
' on grain, of tht pruduce eu p,
p ave .erdit .-day upon polats In
the comtroversy between ane So,
and Rusted & Haseltoo, the auter
in issue arising out of the late corner In
grain. The deciiou atated that dellv
eries were made in accord with the
rules of the produra exchange, aad
that Hunted & Hatelton must pay
Lane & Ron the anmount claibed, S$13
836, with interest from Novemober. ,
18~ý. That the charges of.fraud an
conspiracy against Lane & Hon had
not been sustalned, but that 16,182
bushels of corn orlginally purchased
for shipment by Lane & oR, and not
shipped, having been delivered by
them in gralll reloept.. Lae LA oa
shall pay Huston & Haeltna$ 4,4
with interest from November it, I,
being the dlibrence between the prJIe
paid by Lane & Son to RHuted &
Haselton and setling the priee as the
day of delvery.
CRICAGO, Des. .--Hugs-reeelpts
11,000; shipment., 1,000. Active ond
ste.r, 10 iower, common to i
mixed, LUS?8.10; heavy, .0
light, S.AK U.1; skips., L1
fairly active, steady on rable quail.
ties, general market dull and urastls
iI flctory; fany beeves. L . ;
igond to choice skhi a y1O ;
common to medium 4 0 y1co0; uder
able numberof late arrival not soaid;
stockers and feedensm lo60(4.; ashe
reeipts,, 0(, shipments, 2,100 amUve
shipper. and local butdk.er ylg
rather freely, values not quotbl
altered, conamon to I* butcbering
.000(.7l ; medium to ood 4.0(4.7$;
choice to extra 4.40(- S. Sheep-re.
aelpe t, d4lpmm I emsee
to Ifr 204,, mixed a; medium to
ood 3 0o45; chicde toextra 41U.47.
The Journal cable reports market
steady at Liverpool. For A -ersan
teek steen.. 6lec; sheep, 17(Ilets.
SAN FRAxiMNco, Iw. aS.-A G0obe
dispatl h snys, that in a Naloon at
Pio.eer, Wim. Hartley stepped up to
tlie bar to take a drink, when Tomni
Kerr, without provocition, kisocked
him down. Kerr then drew a pistol
and Paying, "Young fellow, now I've
got you," placed the pistol at his
lreahst and fired, killing him Instantly.
Kerr was disarmed. and a Jury of
twelve held an Informal trial. Kerr
asked for an bour's time to arrange his
businesm In, anid sat down and with
perfect onolnes wrote to his mother at
Lelugton, Il., requesting all his ef
frcts to be giveu to her, and then asked
for several drinks. The citlesan then
took him out to a sycamore tree. He
then made a few remarks, conbfewiug
the killing ofa veral men. They drew
him up at once, and then let him
down; he thes mske4 periiltakel to
take off his Imots, sayhig "He did not
want to die with his batin o." This
requeit was gra..tedl, and he was wthe
swauig uj. The body was out down
Bfanrmraiss, Mau., Dec. U.-Mer
rianm A. Montgomery, about 3 yeas
old, shot lisi two little children at
Packardville, nar Ambert, this
mnorulug, Instantl killing Gsige, alx
years old, asid prulahly hafly waned
g Eva, four year' old. Montgomery
had not livled with his wife for eight
nionthe, having her thnrough Jealuay,
and she made her bouar with her
lather. Horatio Larh, a bramer. Mont
gonery visited her fmily baturdnay
anil remained until today. ThbIs
morning he asked his wle If &M
would live with him, aWd hbe meftmed.
He Immediately went out to wher. the
children were playing ad hat* theme.
HeU Shen tried o ulhoot his wife sad
her lather, but wva overpowwred by
latter aisd kepsin O ieus huae ti e
shitri came. He was shim Ias toirNeth
a= on,*dd not guity, and waa
ea to WL He &m M drntik, sadM
says he dus e4 remsember he
falty Mae b, was &A
ovioAIS I M"ft-t -t e5
apring sad Mtteis alew jfemB.
The ,m e ek
.Id all "*
AMs fatll Ue dof Gets' Furnluhg Gms sad
Ci Drug Store,
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Cobawftg at UpwM wbh with dgus
Doily $cape 1
:aY" Imfwnai pay
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