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THE DAILY YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME IV. No. 6o MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1885. PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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THE DAILY JOURNAL
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Every Marning Except Monday.
Population of Miles City, - - 3,000.
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YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
JOURI NAL BU'ILDING,
M ILEI (CITY. 1M. T.
PIROI8SIONAL
A MitEW . I;. RLEIGiB,
Attorney at Law.
thcc oplite courtlr House , " Miles City, M. T.
J W. 81 It ELL. 1. H. tAMLOCK.
c 8TRL;aI.L & G kLOCK.
Attorneys at Law. Utice Main street, t*tseeet 6th
and 7th, Mile. Cilt. Montana.
EDMOND BUTLER.
Ld ATTORSKY- AT?- I.W.
Orbs at Courtasay'a, )lain 5t.. Mile, City, M. T
CONTRACTORS.
~5APLE$ & STUART.
.aIkCowlaACToaa AND HiIILtL I.
-11malm furnished On all kinds uf caricoter
work.
ALMVMICLA?4.
a. K. O. REMLb.
Q l'UYJI('IAN AND SCl'HEO\.
at W. E. Savage', drug slore. 12 t
( LIBCHER, I. U.
I HtetCIAN AND SLft03E.
Oc a t 4'Ity Drug Stor..
Rlt. J. J.% Y WOOD,
DU PHYBNIE1At AND 8IWR'iON.
below tbe Journal Building. )laii Street.
C. WHITNEY, DIn N alt
Lain jagt, over Sloekgrowera Noional Bank.
All wrk guaraneed and u reasoaablr.
J R. W. H. O mIcEL EAHOIP aE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Can be found at Savagr's drug stove,
DAY AND) NIlUHT.
JOHN WRIGHT,
(i('('F.OR 'E)o o C(. I I.I-DHl('IE R.
I)alerr in
DRUGS
AND
PATENT MEDIC I NES
PAINTS,
OILS AND GLASS.
FOR
CASH.
Prescripthu Careuii tmp.uuded.
,. E. SAVAGE, MAelt,
WHOLEALE AND RETAIL
DRUGE.CIST.
SOLE AGENT FOE
COOPED'S SHEEP DIP,
AND
CIGARS.
O.4. from the eouniry fre"ele *s pt Md
moa.nl s«a.tiou mad 1o, pirlms liae.
MILES CITY, MONT.
MURDER!!
WHOLESALE SLAUIGHTERING!!
SDRY GOODS, CLOTHING : FURNISHING GOODS
William Harmon's,
Until Monday, November 23d,
I will still continue to carry the usual large stock of
Groceries, Crockery and Glassware
AT THE CORNER STORE.
STOCK GROWERS
NATIONAL BANK,
MILES CI.TY. MONT.
CAPITAL - - - - $100,000.OO
' le Sc "co t 111114 id t 1 trll t ll, ." a k I|. · "lic t .l l i11 1 rl llol.,, prn.ltl attetIlonll.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
COnnurPONsENTs.
Natic, +I 1,,k ,f thlie .epuli,, Nw York FIrt Nati.nal l',t I k. ('heag,; F rit Nalional Bank.
-t. I'aul, Il r-t Nat nal Bankl, l .ar k: FI r-t N:at inal lRana, ii hhin Firt NatiUoal Bai nk, Dtad
w a, d, Dak.; M1. t . 1',., &1 o, 1 hu , ..,"..w , .i ,.
DRAFTS DRAWN ON ALL FOREIGN CITIES.
W. R.'STEBBINS. President, F. E. HAMMOND, Cashier.
WM. HARMON. President, H. B, WILEY, Assistant Cashier.
FI RST
NATIONAL BANK.3
JF
JOSEPH LEIGHTON, President.
GEORGE M. MILES, Vice President.
H. F. BATCHELOR, Cashier.
E. B. WEIRICK' Assistant Cashier.
Authorized Capital - - - - - $250,000
Paid up Capital - - - - 860,000
Burplus and Undivided Profits - - - 86,000
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
FAY'S
BUILDING MANILLA.
ý,I'ata i hed i . )
M. t alla Roofing, pl-r l-+l square feet, ilu Ic
ug llcl ap.. oaI- anl. pa it .... ... ......... ;, '
31 tlla t'rililng iian pl e *of li a ter. ltamp
fr,.t anid ,ermi 1ýrof; ar anM a. a tlhnket
easily al plied; will outlaast the LbusL ii
rice pe lr l squar feet ............................ I 1 1
IlanI Ia Niding. per l~ slquare feet............ I 73
.With tapl and nail .......................... . 2 . o
Freight prepaid a. far aa IIsm.rk nI or.r" of.
3 U square feet. Mention IIIs pap ar
J. D. CLEGHORN,
NORTHWESTERN AGENT,
222 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis. Mnln;.
M. D. AUI D. F. PI. HI l.MEl.
MI.D. AULD tCO.,
DEALERS IN
BALED HAY,
GRAD', ETC.,
BELFIELD, - - DAKOTA.
J. 8. ( II.I.IN, JOHN M'ItRRiN,. ('lAc. It. KEI.FI? Y,
Omsha, Neb, (Cbtheyne, H o. ltles i ty. MA .i.
J. S. COLLINS & CO.,
MAIN STREET, MILES CITY M. T.
Invite stock owuen, ranch men and freighters to exalmne our extensive stoc an 1 great var!ety of
STOOK AND SIDE SADDLES,
Male over any stvleof waranted tr e.
HAND MADE HARNESS
Finet line in the "et for freighting, ranch. iuggy and carriage use.
Roenembr that All Leather Work is Our Own nlauelature.
A. Splendid Stock of Califoznla Blta an.d Spurs.
IIIBD Htanls, TARPAULINS,
Head Hater, I WAGON COVERS,
PCK[ SADDLES, OILED SUCIERS,
CNAPARAJOS, TENTt ,
P4W g e no us
BELTS, OUR WIwC., QUIRTS,
lair ito.s and tealt a TURF GOODS.
COLTS' REVOLVERS AND AMMUNITION.
a0VTI or IDDhI a3s [email protected] ta 0a1! 11 o3 AUI.mt.rWm.
Hating made up my mind to quit
the mercantile busness I will offer my
ENTIRE STOCK
of TRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS
AND SHOES, CARPETS, LADIES'
AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
NOTIONS, Etc.,
AT COST.
My stock is nearly all new and well
bought, and is offered AT COST IN
GOOD FAITH, as I intend to go out of
the trade for good.
J. W. WATSON.
Miles City, Oct. 7, 1885.
lles City & Spearfish
Stage Line,
Connecting at Spearfish with Rodger%
Daily Stage for
DEADWOOD
The ntai' r learse Miles lty Mondlay, ,\.", , -
lay ald Friday t.urniur ., at " u' l, a , -
a4gre or htl? inforuantion piy to al , stge olic a A.
J. Maxwelh',
SOME PEOPLE
Expect to Find the News Boiled
Down Into the Head
k ines,
And This Morning it is Even
so--First Comes the
Races.
Next an Important Sale A Mar
riage--A Suicide and
Other Items.
The Jrt a n srrd.
aIr tittri hap. lettit nt, altattngtnt
Iii e al-Iire± for morel o)rT e race,
ank-tItp tlit- s4jortinig Iratttui ity niow tin
tx ii, itil lhe' lu jiu.l iii geiiitrail are ini
11o wi-c Ili kwartt in a--i-ting them,
SIl i, tllfront the utumutbir- of people
%%i io have tie.i 'i l a.Iii,di ,'ii thie race
trai k Iir thluel hL1t four daty1-. 'I*lIe lint
whot take, any~ Ilutlrt"-t wha~tever iii
t iluinti sport ha, hai* vely opportuli
ity of it dug the ftrmic of titecotinieting
about tiht hi tu r thauit tio give the
itit' .atii-ttiaoril. it. evervionei 'ithi the
exoev-tioi t.:" Diet lace, abo~iut which
there w'a, LA lai dthat itt talk, and it
wotuhili t well ti uojitiotl niow that
iior,.y racinIg i. it. t I y any lltelily a
Pure thing ti r'-k N- or muoney on, anti
a mlan -hiuuiliwt let~ nore than lie in
prepared to loM, 'I ha're i+ not ling cio
t. ncertah dii , ia I ar-e. He manty hlow
the Li ~ect ftrim o11 day 1111( thet next
lhe unty tie eiiiiilctltelv ot?, otwing, pier
haji , to moult- !-lighat inatttentiont oin
the j-art ot h is at eitiiaaat., or it may
lie the natural colistitution of thet
Luiljtal. ltlow we aihipelli the varjiouM
a, ~.it sd; 1-f. ~\I( .iarik &. ('oa'k's~ Iittle
waIs a ve'ry clote rac&, Jokter w inninlg
biy about a qualrter of i lengtlh.
Secondlc, nlrutchl rare~, 3)11 yardsI, `-lisp
a b.ide; hst, '10o1t Steveni*'s Y)uj5(js tj;
Sanii Youiig's SMwayblack. This was
an even race, Tolson wiaiuing by two
Ilengths; betLing even.
Third event, Inmateb tr #Zo a side,
34J0 yards; lst, . 2gray horse; 2nd, N
bay Iiiore. The gray horse wo(n1i by a
length; betting eiven.
1.3 5 t (\·lgf Ii ~licifiir trti~c. 1( 'nr
Foi a rthlt; 1ve, -.aii ra eU hIg'. tra ilr,
1t111 a lengitli; betiting teveii.
An Iwuprrtant sale.
(LiO Saturduy last I)r. HI' lter c.Wiii
pletedt the l.le of his valuable hot
spriings anid hiotel property on the
Yellowstone It low Livingston, to
parties representilg the Northern Pa
cltlc railroad, for a urlm in the twenty
thousands. This sale has been Iet.id
inug for somle months, and was brought
to its termination by the doctor leas
ing hile uroperty to W. C. Offieer until
next May, when the new owners will
take possesion alnd eutlnblish a liosip
tal for the company 'a injured employes
and a sanitarium for the sick, equal in
its al)oliiintuts iand the curitive
properties of its waters, to the cele
brated hot springs of Arkansas.
Dr. A. J. Hunter came to Montana
in 184; in 1869 lhe settled in Bozeman.
In February, 1870, he erected a house
on the la.d he has just sold. From
that time until 1876 he was constantly
harassed by predatory bands of Indi
ans, but, notwithstanding, the doctor
"held the fort," and to-day his many
frlends of Iozeman and Montana
have the pleasure of congratulating
Iina anl d his upon their acquisition of
an amiount of wealth that will allow
the doctor and his wife a competency
for the remainder of their days. The
doctor, wife and daughter will prob
ably spenld the winter in Florida, and
next spring erect a home in iozernan,
where they w ill be surrounded by
relatives and numerous trien.ds- loze
man Chronicle.
arreted.
At the residence of the bridegroom,
on Thu rday, November 19th, J. Farno
ham to Misn Minnie Parwenter. Rev.
(.. D. Downey omlcated. A grual
many friends of the family were pre
ent to Isue their onlgratulatlons to
the happy couple, who were the reclp.
lent, of so great a number of baud
some land costly preseuts that we were
unable to obtain a conmllete list of
them, chief amliong which were, how.
I ever, a pIrticularl) handaome or uuin
clock, a coiiililI. -t of taIlei -li%,r
anti a very *I. W",:, 4ireN..iO~ tleant. \Vt*
I,.arti~ly t~()1 .' I1I:1 1 uuC V( , c (:lII11 I
tijl . isik al! Ijr.-1. rty iii thet thu,,"
A *.thtrr ýI' than.
I I .t tt. a dcf"a'uIl. r t. the ity, an~d
I~i- nuteuunt wt tr." Iz: vt_;t.tigtattlu.
Ii .1 ILa'c :i. fl , :uF,. 21 ""t c Jl.
Ial.b i 1
Texan Ctlllr,
I,. T l'c s tattle 111-' "t I.. I1t r ther
SI 5 (-till IH Jnut 1--. 'A u- about
fiL'I1 Ariz 11 1a, 75,11 41 : intl. 16'111.h
tIt lr -trill anid to the I ICI -r Ii
hatedl ". 1011" Nrthetri Texae, drive.
2ueti tt,. Il rrt'.trit'-, I1 5,1.10 . I~c-t"&
tile Irill . : flj, j V,:ra :e.~ertaiiee'l.
F"'rotee Jr.. it I'I'aI,-, hxvs ought
to l ve *."ltn', -ily ett I"' . 'Ihere
w~iil hei that n i1tjJ-r f r -:a!. t'ut. .jtht of
the bee c4 '. (: It-x e. 1. v. t 4ck
JU l* iatl.
'I Ile tUII'mh1 d 11e 11,4n iII I~ x
c vert ord tr. I will haearily II ;-1.irta
\ Fl N v.I-.- ' I o-. F;
Grub for the Chercnnes.
()O the representation of li- I oj,
JIrondel that the Chelieu ne I Iluians at
'fTugue River wer.e I a starving con
ditiou, (;overno r Hauser has tele
graphed the intelligence to the inter
ior departnmeut and received a reply
that secretary Lazmar had in-tructed
the agenit at that place to prov\'ide for
theIir wants at olice.
Cuurt-Martlal Poutponed.
froml dig -don hletaijuarttera zat Chictago
IootIpouifg tbe umeeting cf the general
court-muartial at Fort Keogh for the
trial of Lieuts. Tills"'n and Avis untit
January 7, Ir6.
Preparing to Encounter Disease.
orders being dependent II t Ut i..t~d
eidtil of atikIE-I'.Ilt-.,~t~ .4 .' N~jer
is', In certain re'giont"t, if 'oure, inl
fore, pret-ent-91 itself to every~ re*ident
of a fever -tri,"kn locality, "What
Metalsll4 sihall I suilt to iecatpe the
idreadedtcl siurg" Flor t lhurter of i
cen~ltury tlostettcer'" -tonirleh Bittersr
ais been the etnIIusilled au-wer to t his
'1nt tIon. III thickly l,, l-atuted. unid
spiursely N*ettled di-.trleti alike, InI town
uiid in country, it Ihta oit1o.ltrd con.
-(aut pro~tectliol atgkil1st iliiahiriitl in
feitiol to thoIse who have ustd it. It
r:rd iczitt a IIi' revtlits, with e.1uaI
c'ertaiil ty, feve·r midi ague, bilhousu re
minitelt, dumlb uague and ague cake,
and nullities aliii (lie larrlieioua after
elf,-et-of using per-isteutlylS the hIurt
ful alkalod sulpllat' et ofu llqlll. It
alsio renledltes. with tIioriighnesis, dyr
lerisii, lier conaplaint, cunli atitD,
I. 1n I I nr K ..n
The river Thames is a far,. r;t.' resort In o
summer fur hoating it has ni.,,t elegant
emiankments of stine. and gardens and
parks a uug its win l.nc Ia,,ke make it I
thrugh city, c.,untry and nisice an ever al
,bangiig picture of wond.er and delight.
The L',toriaembankment with its beauti
ful gardens. statuary and monuments is
the tinest in the world, and usly the ti
pride of London. I have avaie.l myself
of numerous excursions on the river, a
Hilae been down to t;reenwich and l ool C
wich and below where I ct,u!d see the I
wonderful arrmy of shipping. the famous
dry dcks. ship building and torpedo es w
tablishments. together with the immense vi
elevators and warehouses 'hat ilne tlhe
banks of this noted aiud eser thronginig
river. d
At Greenw'ch I saw the ee'ebrated ob
servatory and marine bhepl'al established
centuries %go. I also had the pleasure of
spending a day on the Thames up the ft
river. at Iicumond. Kingston. Ilampton d
court and above, boating with an elegant
party of I nglish ladies and entlemen.
la my boat we had two accomplished
young ladies who were expert at haudliag
the paddles and rowing a bat. They
were the eiluals of the best amoe the M
ane. and astoishbed me withth heir prowees c
and wonderful feats We had a elegant
lunch on a little Island ht the river, and
such a day of glorious sad refreshing on
jqment is hard to be ina.1ned, and
rrely so keenly apprcrrti.l and realized.
The sun shone bright the day was fair
sad innumerable bate of plensure seekers
thronged the river sud passed and repassed
s with smiling faces, full of sunshile
and bright with exhilaratnllg enjoyment. a
It was a :most like a holiday In Venlce.
when the goelolas throng the water with
rippling song and laughter. I neser be
fore comprehended how much of pleasure
could be found upon the sparklitg waters a
of the river upon a boating ho!iday.
.Montaila M.ualuo.
*'rb.wLI .Id at leadcrvil c.
'I lil. u JiIUg-. city g.rv Iii.ir t Iis
('t t Ii, kIItIH, will add twenty-live
t.. t to 1. i 11o k t iili ý: .z
Vu Ii.t. Iý I :,i I fir.." inches. of
Jack I.:.rgig i-L.", tli. I t" !l r theatri
cal Ifawlhii4 r, i- laiy itrIig ~to go. d aue.
inl 11.." Co~Iar dl'.\lcutcr.
'I I." ,iuulti itii .can r wi(rk- at butte
,.t,-",',' Itl 11 ay a 1 l'ili&'mon t rt
turni ,ii the iiivrtflicut.
('aiji. J InI C. - Ii.1pbtrd, of butte,
ii dICoinulll 'f beiti g aid-de-camti p to his
V x t I Ic y, (,t!v. Haur.
I). ". '-rl~is tool: hbe tirs~t prize at
I L. N\ 't Y'rk -ti, r bhow recently
-r hi- 1 :vd.dake rt t hiun.
.\ Iib ,'rike ia rep, 'red in the 1,tJO
foot I. v&ý. Iighlt fee f ore hasl beeu
tn"coluti cli aiid no f. t t wall yet.
'Tte Aulll,.theLatre .,:atiug rink at
Helena h.t- cl-,eld uac.tr pressure of
the. tew I.tnII,"e off 1 I r quarter.
(George tlchards, Il \ig in the
ulurls of lieltua, had - vien hirses
stolen Ir cii i i. crrhl ,It Sunday
night.
(i'hrhs Henry IItiockwa.l, of Boze
IIIA1, haU betnll adjudgitdc in-ane and
will te sen: to t.(he territorial insane
There are thirty plhysiciauls and
tihirty-.ix attorneys in Butte. A coor
chiunce for eilther monelily or life in
that burg.
(:,t. H. s. Howell, of Virginia
City, has a..uthed the duties of reg
i.-tr cf the 'uited ~tates lhind office
at Ileleua.
Work is progrey-iug raj.idly on the
tuninel on the bouth side of Red nmuu
taiu, the contractors laboring night
aud day to further the job.
The Helena Weekly Sun is the title
of a diltiltutive Ilper eUittd by Miss
l(. (;. Fo~wler, who is said to be a
relative of President Clevelaud.
Tle iir-t aln who ever turned a
furrow in Montana is said to be Thoe.
W. Harris, of Bitter Root valley, who
came to the territory with Major
Owen in iS&.
A WVlkeralle club fail to give a
promis. I dance on the evening set for
it, o~wig to to the death of one of
their iuuitr, but jprontise it on the
nlextt Velnilg.
A mart was stolen frurom the stable of
('row I)a'vi., in ('larke's Fork Mon
Iay night. Crow thinks he knows
the thief, who is a white itan --Bill
ing- I a;izette.
Jotnjes l.. Stca:it.. the ozeuman law
yer w ho , s indicted taI tried for
fiorgery uard altering the county
rco.rds, was acquitted in the trial
whic·h ullmle of'last wtek,
Henry C. Bodley, a deputy sheriff
of Silver Bow county under Sheriff
(orle e Irvin, died o. Monday morn.
ing fr, ni all overdone of morphine
takesn, it is thought, with suicidal in
tetit.
A sneak thief in Butte, whose no
tions of puopriety evidently did not
tr~utile him mnuch, used the founda
tionl of the Episcopal church there ua
the ,lace for coneceling his stolen
goods.
A fAre at taIleville, iallatin county,
on Friday nlight last, destroyed the
general store, warehouse and stable of
Lovely & Webb. The total loss on
stock and buildings is stated at over
$1.5,(0N; insurance, $6,00O0.
One Certes, of Boseman, Ib mueing
the N. P. coal company for the loss of
an eye which be values at 80,000.
Certee, there is a fortune to be made
In buying him at what be Is rally
worth and selling him at his own
valuation.
The Ignorant fool who gave a
drunken tramp a drink of what be
supposed to be borse medielse, but
which proved to be laudealm, sad
from the effecta of whble the man
died, escaped Indectment by a Helena
grand Jury.
One John Harney Ie under aes.t at
Billings for wilfully and mallueuly
setting ire to the prkie at taes
creek, resulting in the destrenetlea o
much property. He was held
$1,000 bail to await the actiom of th
grand Jury.
Mrs. Belle Clegg' at present an e.m
ploy of the Park hotel at Bilitag.
has been arsted for bigamy at the
complaint of her worse half. Chugg
he claimnlng tbhat she had previmes to
marrylng him been matdrlmalfl
bound to one Stevens, of Galefla
county, which bonds have never btes
severed. .

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