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THE DAILY YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME VII. No. 6. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1888. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURNAL the O.fldeI Jper of ('nkter ('ountl. Every Morning Except Mcnday. o latison of Kiles City . . 3,000 Terms of Subscription; 1 MNAIL, IN ADV Nc5, PoBTAOG PAID. Daly Edition, one year................- .. ..1.0. Dily Edition six months............ .......... 6 Dily Edities.one month......................... 1,S11 TO CITTY 5U0c1lKERa, snrrier, Every Morning, at 25 cents per week, WI3UI IlT ITIUN. YLI OW I APKE. One Yor..........-- -*.............................,A lix Mouths...........-*** *-...** .***** 2... Three Months...................... ................... 1,00 Advertising Rates. .00 .00 .0010.00 .00 S...... ' 8. 40 .00 .00 SDay .... . L) 4 400, 7.00 11.00 18.00 1.00 26.00 L Day....- L.A 5.00 4.00 14.00 16.00 21.000.00 SN'eki.....*00 6 1.00 16.00 18.00 24.00O 8.00 eeks... ;.W) 10.00 12.00 20. .00 2 12.00 4.00 Weeks..- ,.00 12.00 14.00 22A.00 28.00 38.00 50.00 .onth .. '0.l 14.00 16. 25.00 32.00 42.00 60.00 ".,,th W. 2 00 b,.01 2.U1, 34.2 42.00 52.00 $6.00 u.,,ntl. !6 00 22.4., .10 42.00 5.,0 66.00 100.00 4 V th .. *2 (t.42..00 .4.0 w.- 74.00 100.00 160.01, ...ual w otces-Tel evots Ipr Ilne for each Insel lIb. 1 ritte-ulPs ilteen cents w; r line. Address THE YELLOWITON E JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. JOURNAL BUILDINO, MII.EM CITY. M. T. C B. LEBCHIR, M. D.. Physlctan and Surgeon. Oice and residence over % uttl Eleph ant, Maint. D8, R. . REDD, L PHYSCIAN AND SUR(GEON. O6e. at W. E. Savage's drug store. 12 1t D8. E. F. FIHI, p TSItZCIAN, buRGON AND O.D TITICIAN. (Aa, Wunodrst and (teburtabelter.) O1ce at a drug store, Miles City, M. T. C 8. WHITNEY, Main street, over toekgrowear Nationll Balk. All work guaranteed and at ru o le rates. R B. OORCORAN. Ae Mtol r Veterlary Surgeo thb Cavalry, Bldense Miles City. Calls attended day or Light. Cormepoldenoe promptly answered. MOCIETIES. A O. 0 .--Dlvislou No. I meets nt and secone ndays. ofe eshk meoth. K. ar H.-Meetas rat and third Wednesdays at ?:Op. m., at Odd Fellows' Hall A. . & A. M.-Yellowetoe Lodge, No. 26. Arst and third Wodsedays. .. A. M.--Yellowstone Chapter. No. 5, second Thtudayila each mouth K. T.-Damascus Uommandery,fourth Thbur 1-.O. O. .--Lster Iodge, No. 18. every Eraday at their hail. L 0.0. F.eatlnl Incampment, No. 6, lrat aad third Fridav. K. at P.-4rusader lI od, No. 7, Thursday ovlIage ai Odd Fellows H all. Q K. of A.-Miles City Branch, every banday at 1. f L.-First and third Saturdays. G. A. L-U. 8. Grant Post, No. 14, brnt and third Tuesdays. 1.O. G. T.--Utar of the West, No. 24, every Friday evening. . oV -Glbson Camp No. . Met Art and bir Mondays of each o m atb at Good Templas CHUIIHC h. m.manuel Church (Episcopal) Palmer St.-Ser tvie nuadays at :;3) a. . m. d 7:3u p. m. Wim. ...efall, rector. Daptitt ('hurch-t-\m. W. Werek, actllr rastor. Pr.eLLin 4 services Iunday at it a. mn. and 0 p m. prate and Prayer Meeting, Welnesday at 7:46 p. .a. A cordial invitation to all. Methodist Church-service Sunday. 11 a. mi.. 7.M, p. e. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening, 7:45. P. Lowry. pastor. Presbyteria Cburcb-lervices Sunday, 11 a. m., 7:30 p. a. T. C. Armstrong, pastor. thumb of actred Heart, t'atholic-B unday, lo a. m. . W. J.Liudeswthb, chaplain, U. tS. A. PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED. Odner left at W E. avage's will reeive prompt alestieu. T. atlERWOOD CBAILES WAS IILLER -TAILOR Gesau g ud IRapiring a pecially. Shop on Park Street. N. PAAKI1 . H. W. TOPPINI NORTHERN PACIFIC FOUNDRY Ummeaturwme of all lmeds of IROJ and EA&SS GASTI N GS. D.AINERD, MINNESOTA THIS PAPER .- °". "~w," It ! K, d IU a6 Mwem ta' k3ebale, hi OllN, tn "W il t Jaerrlo/ HANAUER BROS. Clothing1 Gents Furnishing Goods HATS, GAPS. BOOTS & SHOES. MILES CITY, MONTANA. We manufacture oJr own g'oi4. olits and OvercFta made to order Perfect fit guarauteed. STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK, MIT.S OITY, MONT. THE LAIBEST BANK IN EASTERN MONTANA INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. W. R. STEBBINI. President, WM. EnRMON, Vice Presidet. H. F. BATOHELOB, Cubhir. ELMER E. BATOHEILO, Asut. Cash. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. OF Mm 0 COZTF, o2xeT -&MA.. THE OLDEST MD LIBGEST BAln II EA~TEBI IOITAIL JOEPH LE~hYTO, Prhdleat. W. B. JORDAN Vi* Preidant. b. B. WEIRICK, ahie r. H. B. WILT, Aulstat OsOhbir. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Live Stock, Loans, Real Estate and Notary Public LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY Agent for the oldest and mot reliable FIRE, LIFE D D ACCIDENT INSRANCE OS And the oldest aspt as town. Money Loaned on First Class Security. Cattle and sheep ranches, and improved farms for sale at a bargain with easy terms of payment. Houses to Rent and Collections Made. Several comfortable and commodious dwellina houses and well located business and residence lots for sale cheap; also N, P. R. R. Co.s lots and lands, and grauing lnds in the Northwest Territory for lease or sale. Montana, Western, Wroming, Texas and Eastera GATTLE FOR SALE In lota to suit prchasers. Alo several choie bands of heep and Pemasylvanta "Black Top," registered rais mad Short orn thoroghbred sa. grade bulls for sale. WILLIAM COURTENAY, MAIN STREET. R. G. RIGHMOND, Diamonds,Watches fine Jewelry Watch Repairin a lpecialty. eB1'7IRe aOn, am'l rr,. O.t The Unknown Assassin. A Theory by Which Jack the Ripper May be Brought to Justice. Endeavor to Construct a Chain of Evidence Connecting Him With the MurderousTexan Whose Horrific Deeds in Texas Two Years Ago Made the World Shudder. "JACK THiL RIPPER" 18 A TEXAN. rmlenilencer of Texas Atrocities That Parallel the W'hiteclhapel Iatcheries. Austin Speclal: The last eablegram relative to the horrible Whitechapel murders in London, and calling atten ltion to the fact that a Malay cook on some steamer iN suspected, has set de Lective ciroles here all agog. During the bloody butchery of women here three years ago there was a Malay cook at work in a cheap boarding house, In the vicinity of which two of the bloodiest of all the terrible aseas. siuations ti'ok place. On Chrlistma eve, 185, two women were murdered in this city and horribly cut and slashed about the head, one of thet just two blocks from the boardln. house where the Malay cook was em. ployed. Hn was strongly suspeoteti and bhadowd by detectives for two o three days, when he suddenly disap. peared and has not been seen oi heard of since. Detectives here think it i poseible he has drifted to Europe and the mania for murderlng womes has again developed, and be is satls fylng it as be did in this city. Eleven women were murdered In this city, all In the same manner, just as they have been in London. The Austin murders were thirteen and twelve of thee were women. The Irat of the eeries was the murder of Mary Smith, a colored servant, on Christmas day, 1884. Sho was fright fully mangled by blows of a hatchet. the weapon whibobh the murderer used in all bie subsequent attacks. The second of the Austin series was the murder of Lizile Shelby, a colored sear vant, who was killed on May 7, 1886., Lizie Shelby's body was obopped into piece., as had been the body of Mary Smith. The murder of Irene Cross, another colored servant, occurred in June, 1882. There was less delibera tion about this murder, and she was killed in her bed, the hatchet being used as before, Rebecca Ramniey; aged 40 years, and her daughter Mary, aged 12, was killed on the night of Aug. 30, '86, in their cabin on Mr. Ward's place near Austin. On the night of Sept. 29th Orange Washlngton was clubbed to death lo his cabin, Mr... Grace Vance was dragged out on the highway, assaulted and chopped into piece., and Lucinda Broddy and Patsey (tibeon, who ocou plied rooms in the same house, were killed with the same bloody hatchet. Alice Davis was killed by the fiend in October. On Christmas evenoing, 18&5, John Hancock went into hi wife'acbamber and found her misling. The window was open and there was a trail of blood over the sill; he followed it out into the yard, where be found her muti lated body, from which the blood still flowed. The same night James Phil lips, lying by the ride of his wife, was struck on the head with a hatchet. His wife was taken from the bed, dragged into the ' ard, assaulted and mutilated and left lying there dead and nude. The excitement aroused by these muraers had almost died out, when in July, 1887, there were two as saults in Oaineville, Tex., of almost exactly the same obaracter as those committed by the hatchet fiend in Austln. Misl Ge(nie Watklns, of Dallas, Tes., was visiting Mis Mamie Bostwick in Goinrville. They slept together. One morning groans were heard in tihe chamber and iuveetige tion showed Mise Watkins dead and Misse BHtwlk dying. 'T'lley had been uassaulted by the hl'a cile tfeud, who had chopped theml tearfuily. Miss Bostwick recovertd ulf.eirutly to tell something of the story of the assault, but could not describ, the mlian. she subsequently diled. illuthl,,unds were uneed at Austin and tIalu'ville without result. A HAII.HOAI% THI'Mf. AIIg.'d Formulnn of a 4:Igaatlc Tralle (~,.atblU'. CH1'Aoo, Nhov. ";.-A IOCal paper *mya: For everatl wa k" pat J %y Gould, C. P. HtaUtlnfton. Charim Franc. Adams. W. 11 . Srong sod other relisas mennt.re IntMWset4 In wbltfD railroads bhay been boldIeg oulrtreucea tou .ew York, in whi(rb Chairman Midgely, oif the outhwest. ern Railroad associatio, hbas taken a Iprominent part. The otject of thee. conferences has been kept a profound seerf.t. Saturday's anuounremeat wade out that the conferensce had conie to a granu agreement whereby the troubles along the southwestern roads would be ended and the rate he advanced from '5 to 35 per cent a soon as possible. But tble announcement Is no nearer the truth than previous •eports of the mysterious conoerence. The ,ailroad magnateeevidently de sired to keel everybody in ignorance of the actual importance of the pro posed agreement until all arrange ments had been perfected and the new cbheme put in operation. It bas been learned, however, that the project contemplates nothing more nor lees than the formation of a gigantic rail road trust or a clearing house, com prising all the roads between poltln west of a line drawn through Chicago and Milwaukee on the east, St. Paul and Minneapolis on the north, Color* ado, New Mexico and Wyoming on the west and Arkansas on the south. AU existing freight and pessenger as ociatlous witnin the territory named to be abolished, and merged In a new trust, or "clearing house" as it is named. There will be an executive board of three, which shall devote its entire attention to the aflairs of the "clearing house" and be .trusted with all matters connected therewith. One of the three is to be elected chair. man of the "clearing house" and the * ther two are to be known as chairJ man and vice chairman of the freight department respeclively. The chairman, it I. understood, is to to be J. W. Mldgley, who, under the terms of agreemeot.would be a greater man than Commissioner k'ink, virtu ally havingr full controlof the manage met,. so far as tramo aliadl are oon cerned, of all the roads between Cbi. caeo and the Rooky Mountains. The paper also print. the full tezt of the proposed agreement, of whiob the above gives the general outlines. It says it has been submitted to the pres idents of the leading roads.. Died la lis Cabin. From a gentleman Just arrived from Lincoln gulch, Deer Lojge county, the Helena oerald lerarns of a ghatly discovery made there last week. On Friday afternoon two men found a skeleton in the cabln of Jas. hoblneon, an old time prospector and miner. From three miming fngers on the hand they indentifed the bones as the remains of John Robinson him self, who had been missinl for three weeks. Some opium being found on the table near the remains, it was con* eluded that, as Roinson was known to he addicted to the drug, he bad taken an overdose and died alone In his batehelor abode. And the tracks of the mountain lions, which were nu merous in and around the cabin, showed that the wild beasts of the bills had discovered the unprotected corpse and feasted themselves on human fl-sh, leaving nothing but the bare bonus in the cabin. An Important IDecsnIon. Judge McConnell recently decided an important case for county attorneys Wade, Toole & Wallace, of Helena, pecurlon ajudgment of $220, against the county comlmlsioners. The case is one in whion the commissioners ex paected Mr. Wallace to conduct a case for them us county attorney. What ied to the suit is that a man was flned $13 by a justice of the peaeos in Helena and took an appeal to the distrlct court which confirmed the decision of the lower court. The city demanded the money from theoounty commisloners, claiming that the city was entitled to all moneys paid as fines for oflenes coming within the jurtsdiction of city ordinances. The commissioner re fused to pay over the money and the city brought suit to compel them to pay it. Lr. Wallace fought the oce for the county and won it. When he presented his bill the oommissoners refused to pay it. Messers. Wade, Tools & Wallace brought suit for re covery, and Judge McConnell decided they were entitled to their bill; that Mr. Wullsbe was not acting in his of floial capacity as county attorney. SOI'THE' S OLIC('ITUDE. A I..tter From tie Pre.deat-kleet. (IRVF:N.VILE, Nov. _'7.-Tbe Oreen ville litlly News prints a letter re irently re.,ieved by Its editor from Gen. Harri'on and published by hblm per ilstion. It was written ilf reply to a Ietter uruiun that aouthern commercial intere.ts would be relieved from the obtrullcton e(tuIeCd by doubts and fears erlrdinl the southern polloy of the coming aimuinlstrMtion: "I understand you have yourself bees eatsfied with the espreedone made by me in my publie itte~rm to visiting delegations during the campaign. When the surprlse and disappoiuteuet which rwe of your people have felt over the result has passed away and they give some oalm thought to the cltuation, I think they will be as much surprised as I am that they should, in thought or speech, Im pute to me uufriendllnes toward the south. Policies in legislatlon advised by the republican party I believe whole.on.e for the whole country, and If those who In their hearts believe with ut upon these questions would act with us, other questions that give you local concern would settle them selves. Very truly yours, BENJ*J. HARRIrso. CowMao Seeam Should be used in attempting to cure that very disagreeable dleen, catarrb A catarrh originates in Impurities i the blood, local appliattions can do no permanent good. The common sense method of treatment is to purity the blood, and for this ,urposr there is no preparation superrir to Hood's -arsaparilla. That this eluliar medi. cine does cure catarrh is MLown by the sanuy testimonials from leople who have found relief upon usin. it when all others bad failed. A bk coontain oig statement of cures sent ,' receipt of two-cent stamp by C. I HOOD & CO., Lowell, Masw. Laud Decsla.ns. W. D. Harlan, land and mining at torney, Washington, D. C., has fur nisbed us the following synopsis of recent decisions of the land depart ment. Practice: Assistant Commissloer Anderson, in case of J. M. Payne,beld that the register will be respooslble for the proper publicaton of notice of lateenion to make flual proof and when new publication Is required by reason of errors on their part they will be required to pay the coat thereof. In Eden Merryman me Secretary Vilas held, that when final proof Is taken before an offier other them named in published notice, the erer is not a material one and the ems may be referred to ease of equitable adjudi eation. Mineral: Meyer et al. vs. Hyman, Assistant Secretary Moldrow held, that a mlneral enotry prematusely al lowed poendingl the disposition of ad vene litigation may be permitted to stand on the withdrawalof theadveme claim. Sizeast, Luosetlrae. Tbe siteenth legilalsve assembly will be composed as follows: COUNCIL. Beaverhead-Lawreoae A.Brown,R. Cascade and Choteau-Jerry Collins. D. Custer-C. R. Middleton, D. Deer Lodge--Wm. M. Thompsoe,R. Dawuon and Yellowstone-Wuarren A. Conrad. D. Fergus and Park--Go. M. Hteb.,R. Gallatin and Meagber-C. W. Hoff man, D. Jefferson-Will Kennedy, R. Le ls and Clarke-C. K. Cole, R. Madison-L. B. Olds, R. Mlssoula-W. M. Blekford, D. Silver Bow-Wm. Thompson, R. HOUSE OF REPRMENTATIVIB. Beaverheed--H. D. Pickman, R. Beaverbead and Madleom-Ozlas 'Willis, R. Cascade and Choteen-E. C. Garrtt, D. Custer-E. H. Johnson, D., Loring B. Rea, R. Dawson-Henry J. Haskell, R. Deer Lode-C. D. Joslyn, R., Clin. ton H. Moore, R. Fergus-John D. Walte, R. Gallatin-W. D. Flowers, D., Chus. P. Blakely, D. Jefferson--. A. Swlgpert, R. Madloon-J. R. Comfort, R. Member-J. E. Bmaon, D. Missoula-8. (. Murray, R., 0. T. Jones, R. Lewis and Clarke-Joseph Davis,R., W. C. Gillette, R. Lewis and Clarke and Jefbrseon-W. H. Hunt. R. Park--(Oeo. H. Carver, R. Yellowstone-F. d. Whittey, .R Siilver Bow-Lee Mantle, R., 3, E. Congdon, R., W. H. Roberts, K. R1(' APITULATION-COUNCIL. Republicans ........................ 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