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THE DAILY YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME VII. No. tg,. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SUNDAY, APRIL 21, 1889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ·------s------ •--- ---- THE DAILY JOURNAL tAe Ogieial Paper of ('.utr C'ounte . Every Morning Except Monday. Populato of Miles city . 3,000 Terms of Subscription; BY MAIL, IN AUDV h., POSTAGE PAID. Daily Edition, one year..... .......... ......-(.0, Daily Edition, six monathls...................... . ,,0) Daily EdlhenonI munth ............................. I.( TO CITY IUBtC'ItBEU, t.arrier, Every Morning, at 25 cents per wjt, WEItLY EDITIUN. YELLOW PAPER. One Year....................... ... ... ......... Six Months............................................ , Three Month........... ....... ............... . ! .. Advertismng Rates. . r :0 -. 1l y....... .00 3.00 00ou 4.00 10.00 14.00 20.00 Ds1ysi...... .00 400 7.00 11.Y 18.00 18.00 25.00 A Dy I...... 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'a.:'a : to ,lte-l day or night. ls.euwr urdera ai *sracn drug tture (or eajiondetice prm.ptly uI~wire C B" LEBCIHER. M. -'.. Phimirlati atkd.,ug.ou. Ofo sad residence owr'A Late IKeiiiant. Main. 8 Kc. C. MAJOR. j..P'Chronic Rlteuauutitm a specialty. Sur gron for N. P R. IC. (oice ast Wrigaity Iruy ·t're. CHIAI(CH LA. aimanuel Church (Ep1cpacl) IPa l aer et.-t(er ,icbaadaysa* V:80 a. wn. and 7:5o p. to. Wi. enfall, rector. Baptlat ('burcb-Wia. M. Weeks, ac ting pastor. PriechlngaerviceaSunday at II a. u. and S i an. Proesad Praryr Meeting, Weanesday at 7:45 p. m. A oordisl invitation to all. Mgbedlat Chureb-deryicem Sunday, 11 a. ma., 7:110 p. . Prayer feegiag Wednesday evening, lI 4. P. Lowry. pastor. Pusbyqorim Cburch-9ervlea Sunday, 11 a. m., 1:0 p. a. T. C. A,1erin, peetor. Menh of Barred Hert. ('atblllc--Servres aevuy, lt sad third Heday .1 the meath. High aimat 1:Ia .m. Sunday aebel eu p.m. leapsa and Dhnedietieu at 7,1u p.m. PATU3C. PAUwBLYlt. 80CI'TIIS . A. O. H.--DIvtIat No. I meeta i t and second als eaeseh meaoth. Iti .--Msee fe and third W-edardas at A.-7.A M.-Yoelewston. L_ d, No. _. Ant LA. .-TYollowstoI Chapter. No. b, eoond . T-.- Deme Oemmandry,furth Thurs d O. O. 0 .-.UAsr Lodge, Ie. 18, every M.-- - the Llr hall. LO.O. .- imal Eacampment, No. , f et y e p.-Cry der 1dge, No. 7, Thursday s lg sat Odd Fellows Hail. C . . A.-t Mies City Brach, every bunday at .et 4L-Prt and third Saturdays. AQ . A. -U. 8. Grant roet, No. 14, nrst and I (i. .A.-(u of the West, No. 24, every id V. lbeon Camp No. 4. Meets rat and hiea Mudas ot euach month at Good Templars t. I. PARKER B. W. TOFFIIN NORTHERN PACIFIC FOUNDRY PAll & TOPPING Masulateu ne of all slndg of RO0' and B=ASS GASTINGS. BRAINID. IINNESOTA WoMwM AIORI NeAUSLAND'S r GUNS -. 5BVOLVERS. AMMUNITION *remwrmlrtr rThe s.awun oo .tme r sth * Ita uto l wlt. - .olmmnl ml d rJBepaila of Wl. kind SaIow ma- a" Wsnmete iUM PAPER . *.X."i»..t "I * MJII ft I- SH a93* -**«3 Mclntire's Bazaar1 Speoial Sale - oods Dress Goods This seer STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK, MII ,ES CITY. MONT. THE LARGEST BANK IN EASTERN MONTANA INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOITS W. R. UTEBBINS. Prealdent, WL. HARMON. Vice Presaint. H. F. BATOHELOR. Cashier. C. L. MERRILL, Asut. Cauh NATIONAL BANK THE OLDEST AND LARGST BANK- IN EASTERN IONTAIA W. B. JORDAN President. O. d. MILES, Vice President. E. B. WEIRIOK, Cashier. H. B. WILEY, %3istant Cashier INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Live Stock, Loans, Real Estate and Notary Public Agent for the oldest aid ,n it reliable FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CSO0 And the oldest sent to town. LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY Money Loaned on First Class Security. Cattle and shoeep ranches, and improved farms for sale at a bargain with easy terms of payment. Houses to Ret and Collections Wade. Several comfortable and commnodious dwellint houses and well located business and residence lots for sale cheap; also N. P. R. R. Co.s lots and lands, and grasini lands in the Northwest Territory for lease or sale. Motana. Wester, jm , Ta r sad easters GATTLE FOR SAI E Ia lot. to sl. ptarchasrs. Also everal shals heand. sh ail Pnaanlvania "Blaek opr,"t.rd rams sad Short er tbleýad. d and adblls for ule. WILLIAM COURTENAY, MAIN STREET. WATHES AND JEWELRY AT COST For Thirty Days R. ,C.' RICHMONDI'S WILLIAM HARM.ON Wholesale and Retail, -Fancy and Stapleu, ,GROCERIES Ranch and Stock Men's Supplier a speolalty. Main and Sixth Rtrmet . - - * Mil City I*TABLINHED 1877. 'JA. XowaLAN C00, a rmoPrzrua or T"r Minneapolis Sheepskin Tanrc y, GAin Dow~ - aoot. w .i,.P ·mumn,,,......(tL .npo. • mn:?*~eE. ~l.:....r On Abraham's Alter. The Democratic Conveiti,,n Meets and Selects two Sub jects far Sacrifice. Dr. R. G. Redd and C. R. Mid dletun the Proposed Victims. Tll;: PLEASANT TIME THEY HAI), I Mr. '11,htll.ton Makes a ..lprcl and Mr.l)ear i luakL. a Motion. The democrats of Custer county, c harkening to the -till, soft voice of wa- t gacious I ower known as the demon t 4raetie 'entral colrnittee, met in con- 1 vention ye-terday afternoon at the county court house and proceeded to the business of sorting out two gentle- t men who had money to spend and who desired to secure a little fickle fame aud transient glory. The gen tlemen so selected It was proposed to present to the people of Custer county in the capacity of candidates for dele gateship to the constitutional conven tion to convene in Helena on the 4th of July next ensuing, and invite the good people aforesaid to deposit each a ballot for the gentlemen thus named, and for them only. The democrats present in the court room must have numbered fifty. They came from parts contiguous and from parts remote. On saddle and sole they rode and ran from the distant places to get there Ely. and they got. Once assembled, some one in s)tto voice proposed that Mr. Milburn be chairman; the motion was put which put Mr. Milturn in the chair, and I Mr. G. R. lilbL.rn, editor, counsellor and democrat, took the chair. MSo:.e one had a motion to make. It was Mr. L. C. Dear. He wan.ed the delegates to be nominated by the con vention to see that Custer county wasn't left in the soup by the legisla tive representation business which appeared to be the purpose of certain parties and powers In Introducing in the last past legislative ausembly a bill cutting down the representation of Custer one-half. The motion was carrsed like a weak position by an orerebelming enemy. Then Dr. R. G. Redd was put in nomination, and being in, he said that according to Shakespeare be would bear it; that the enem3 might beware of him. Then Mr. C. R. Middleton's name was mentioned. Mr. Middleton took the door. Thea n he took the previleges of the floor and then be took some water, stating as an explanation that he did not pro pose to take water er he got In the I middle of the conventlion. Then he launched into astatement that in the last legislature there had been lntro duced by a conspiracy of republicans, a bill to cheat Custer out of her future representatives. By a characteristic ally rotten ruling of the preeldent of the council, the bill was carried on a party vote of 5 to 7. He, the rpeaker, Invoked the aid of the governor in preventing its becoming a law and the name remained a bill only, and was charged up to tte legislative loss and gain account. If the republicans ruled the roost in the forthcominl convention they would caucus *-" The Chairman: "\. hat does the gentleman mean by saying 'they will cork us?'' The speaker glared fieroely at the i chairman and in a tone of indignation t replied, "I didn't say 'cork un;' I said o '.auus." Then proceeding, be oharged t that tbh provisions of that defunct bill would be carried into disastrous effect and he would work to prevent it. A vote was then taken and the gentle- I men nominated were eleoted--o far a an the convention was concerned. A gentleman with a loud voioe, In the I rear of the roon, then moved adjourn. ment, which motion was carried; not, however, without the previouspassage of the following resolutlon: Reeolved, That the democratic oen tral committe, elecoed at the last demooratic county convention, ia and for the oounty of Custer, be, and the @Wp Is hereby delegated ud eleese to act a distriet oommitte in and fhr dierio No. 4. the mid distrie embm o lag the whole of aid Comer acnt, I and the mid ommittue e nL hb I atboriM. d and empowered to do d perft I all matte nd thap Ieu ad In the iaten t of the demoeMrae pty, and Itos edldaMten Mid d I e that It ~old do m a onauty entral ern mltU. mie. I WT. PAUL'S KUfgS.s An IntarOtl AeMsm or the Twis Town 8 13ar It me se gamead- of ST. PAUL, hil., Al IT-lBpPela toa the any'Vet 7F.MWA' E-Y 1 ing. 'his unusuas pedestrianism is! d Lot due to our lovely spring weather, a but tecause the street car drivers of 1 both St. Paul and Minoneapolis are on I a strike On Wednesday last it was t anLounced by the street car company, 3 of which Mr. Tom Lowry is president, c that a reduction of wages would be s made, forom 15. to 13 cents per hour, t and forthwith there was called a f meeting of the K. of L. in Minneapo- t lis: at whloh it was determined that ii the drivern must strike. This was done, and from that time until now there has been but one attempt to run a car In Minneapo'le. On Saturday a "scab" driver, accompanied by a1 body of police, started to make the cir- t cuit, but when he reached the turn tulle the crowd bec.ame so dense that to proceed further wa~ Impossible. s The policemen did their best to keep t the crown back, and used their clubs vigorously, but the strikers were de termined and soon the traces were uusnapped and the driver pulled down from the car. This was enough for him and he drove his horses back to the stable, amidst the cries of ':scab" from the crowd, leaving the car standing on the track. This scored one for the drivers, but a livliler time was to follow. The car left standing on the track had to be taken back to the stable; and to this end another team and driver, accompanied by an army of pollcemen, were sent out. By this time the crowd around the car was immense; and a few enthusiastic - Irpirlta had ensconood themselves on the adjoining house-tops, from which they threw stones at the crowd, one nljuring a policeman severely. In the meantime the traces had been stolen and a long delay occurred in getting! the car started. All this time the po licemen were laying about them with with their clubs, trying to keep the crowd back, and not succeeding very well. One hard looking young fellow came up close t* the car and struck a potdeeman with a stone, but was promptly hustled into a patrol wagon. After a while the lost traces were found and the car taken back to the barn. Since then there has been no attempt to run the ears in Minneapo. lie. On Friday noon the chairman of the K. ofL. sent word to the St. Paul drivers to strik,. and by 3 o'clock word had been isaned to every driver on the line and to t `e men at the stables. This was done s. quietly and expedi tiously that t ie ofecers of the com. pany knew nothing of it until the first driver ran his car into the barn I and walked off. As fast as the can came in they were housed and the driver sauntered off and when the last c ar was in, the stablemen walked offln a body. Three of the drivers refused to quit, and started for another trip amidst the jeer of their fellose. Two of them held firm, but the third gave up and joined the striker. The public had no intimation tha: there woulJ be a strike, so the streets were full of people waiting for cars that never came. The rable ear men re funed to join the strike as they were very well natisfted ith their wages of 2"' ceut per hour. The officers of the company claim they can get all the m-n they need, but the drivers say this is not true, and it would seem that they are right for no attempt has been made as yet to run the cars, aI tbough the suburban residents are making a terrible howl. The strikers are very quiet and orderly in St. Paul, and thup far no violence has been done with butasingle exception. At one of the barns It a man who ha always been suspected of tl.Aig a spotter. He olered to join tle trikers and at* tended one of the muetlngs, but was promptly elerted. Next day at noon he came out of the barn sad engaged In the wildly exciting patme of mak. ing faces at the crowd of men gathered around. He got more excitement than he had bargainld for, a some of the men bad come loaded with wear eggs and deceased oats and while thee lasted be experienced exhilar tion In its litealty. Publio sympathy has been with the strikers all alog, but It knooked a good deal of the rto suace eat of the mater wheo the peblte had lt walk home Ito the Stetres 1t a heavy rIa Ntom . A ommlstsl from th K. of L. wated a Mr. Lowry ad pleaded t ame of tIe drivers, statug ta the praent raw of wage ua stolly ltadoeqate ir the rdaltelaose of the driver and thetr fallk.. Mr. Lowry re. oelved the delegalton aolly ead stat ed peMtively t uha arbtra.io wa out of he questilM . Let ight atS amt. log of the cty ooaD.ll It w delded4 tbat ifthe seret an did aot ruM In slde of tbee day the compary mrUt forfdt ite frathebe. This will brint mattee t a ortl-i, sad the -mpe-se will sea be seded. The s giM r* aoB the coasa y "m kbae. do It oir not remains to be seen. The strikers r-alize that if tLey are bea.Lt in this strike, in which they have thbe public sympathy, it will put an ead 1s the power of unions In Ht. Paul atd Mlinneapnli; on the other hand, the company re-alzey that if the strike Ih a suoeer, in future the labor orglnisa tions will control Much matter. in St. Paul and Minneapolis. In the mean. time we can only wait the result with interest. A DIIFFERENT SORT OF A STRIKEB. There ie one sort of a man who doesn't care whether there is a strike or lot, and he Ii what is commonly known as a base ball crank-now that the season wa. opened notbing els ha. any interest lfr him. April 20th the -eason opens i:1 the western asooi ation, and we are watching anxiously to we how the St, P'aul club shows up. Sioux (ity came . last week and were taken into can l In good shape. Our boys showed ul n good form sad the cranks are poeltiv that the pen nant will float over .b'hleti park at the end of this seaton. However, Milwaukee is going ti make a pretty high bid for the rag.ac Denver wea't be very far behind. Mi:waukee has i club composed almost entirely of eu= national league players, and the pa. pers of that burg think St. Paul weo's be anywbere, but If we area's pretty near the top at the end of the enses, I miss my guess. Minneapolis is as unknown factor In the race and may surprise all of them, but it is gener ally conceded that the raMe is between St. Paul, Milwaukee, Denver and Omaha. We heve a pretty good opinion of the playing that to done in our league since the Chicago and All American teams were beaten so badly by our club last fall. The new rnle of taking a base on four balls is not prov. ing a howling suooess, and the sooner it is done away with the better for the national game. Last year the Minne apolie team was unable to complete the season because they oouldn's make ends meet without playing ea. day games. How they will make out this year without breaking tbheabbalth remains to be seen. It is a queer feet that in Minneapolis they prohibit Sunday ball play.ng and allow prils fighting, while, to the saintly seiy, every man Jack turns out to the.ban day ball games, but we draw the line at prlze fight.. Itis a much mooted question which is the worse, .unday ball playing or prize fights; still, MKi neapolis doesn't care eo much for the manly art slnce our Pat KlIes knocked out their champion, Palsy Cardiff. The shows that draw the crowds bhere are wretling matehs. Even Lewis I. hre In our baeer,a and when be goes away bhe will tabs many a big round St. Paul dollar. Saturday eveinag lewis & MoMillaU will wrestle for the championship ef the world, (so the bill say), sad whether It is a "fake" or not they ane sure to reap a golden harvest. sIr the rest of the season we shall have toees tent ourselves with what we can get in the way of attrctlons at the the atres, but on October let the sr "Areade" will be opened by Seabh, Barrett & Modleska comblasatio, id lowing whlch will be a lit of Ais clws attractions, only; no mor bMar stormlng companies. o whish ws have had too many in the pat. This week the boards at the New Market are held down for three alghts by Dookstrader's Minstrels, which as disappointing after all we have beard about them, and the last part of th week by Coup's Horse Show; fellow these will oome two mood attrnetle on Fanny Davenport in "La 'TIema" and Robert Mantel l "'Methema." Notwithstanding tha pear empa many sectiona tributary to Bt. businme is rushtig In all lins, ularly the wholesale busnlsee, . amount of building that s umpreedented. Mt We would be pleasd to know ofi ' or woman who bas hever ad Lda" or Ieen subject to oonaUps4MIe tbeseseinto be uolvefia tUeW gS littleadvice may be i orde.. should pesons crtam their 1to4 " with nauseatlig pelvS pill., whisk Memeo aMW debili~swha m a Plemasat aud julla , had Puicley Aeb Odi il a~~~ mmde eeu* c atsh Ilve, demk 04 boweh Mmd as Ih" e, ly jlP eWI . . its I@ P a* In this be plodq 1 IM ftve t4m - U - Is