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THE DAILY Y ELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME VII. No. 0o3. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY. MAY 7, i68. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURNAL The Olete. PApwr of Ctater C.uty. Every Morning Except Mcnday. Popalatiou of Mil.s City . . 3,000 Terms of Subscription; 3T MAILu. I AnD xc3, POurTAe PAID. DelI. . on, eear .....-........ -.. J10.0. ilU., eiz mueths......... ....... 6,00 Mtt~ ome moerot... .......~... 1,00 to CITY sVIScalIa., C.arer, Euy Moralne, at 15 emts per weat, WaIKLu r DITION. YELLOW PAls. Oaw T ..r....... ....-......-- ........ x0 is Meaths....................................-...... 2,'o Thsm Months........................... ......-..... 1. Advertising Rates. .. .. . ._.. 2 "i.00 W eek..... 1.001 O .00 , .0010.00 . ! .00 14 .00 DaIy... 1.001 4001.00.1 .00 16.00 1.00 .00 " De..... .00 6.00 .00o., 1.O00 1.00 21.00) 0.00 -Weekt.. 50.00 1 6.00,0.0 O 1.00 8.o 24. 81.00 Weeks... 7.00 10.00 12..00 . 4.00 62.00 .0 .00 Week.s.. 8.00 1001.00 22 .00 s.00O 6.00 .00 Meath - 10.05 14.00 16.00 7.00 32.00 2.00 0.00 S(eatk.. 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Weeks, acting pe ý serylem seaaday at i a. at. an a It Pm ap N haer iag. Wednsday at 7:46n. U. A erdial viawtiao teall). Mg beibemhreh4seanU , Ii a. a., 13P. at. Prayer meigW dy seeing, laBH. P. Lmwvy. pester. Y A U els s-II baa. 11Ua.mat.. AMp. a.T 0. LU-gehag, ptste. %bomb of lwtandWNme dpýd eat. C satbg.e-ish VAU rC. PAUVUVIT. OCImTI. A. 0. R.-DIvialo Me. 1 mlt alt sad sem d GI dseth moeth. .t H.-MeeIs AVn sad third Wedsdays at Igop. a. Od PloMH' Ball. AL . &A. M.--Yllowlem LeI. Io. WM, Ant d tUhid Wednesdays. . A. M.-Tellowtou Chaptr. No. 5, scond Thumalpol a each month L T.-Damaumeu Uommadery,foeth Thurs 1. 0. . F.-uster Ldge, No. 1, every - Ir-***r|L dTi. o.O. er U& Easampment, so. 6, ant ma dhir Friday. L et P.-(ruader Lodso, No. 7, Thursday _t·,,. at Odd Frllow» Ban. C. K t A.-Miles City Branch, every bunday at L.r f L-First ad third aturdays. G. A. L-U. a Grant Post, No. 14, int and 1.0. G. T.-Mar of the West. No. 24, very L .V.-Gibs Camp No. 4. Mots Bnat and hiNr Moodrn of each mOnth t Good Templan 1.______........ . . ! m . m_ m . pLLK9E a. w. TOP.PIO NORTHERN PACIFIC FOUNDRY PmRE I & MPI WalMautasoWe of all .oa oft ISN and BRASS GASTINGS. BAINBBD, SlNNEBOTA CIEBIOOR ARORY *pAUSLAND'S M VOLVIB8, AMMUNITION vrh s a ltflm oI tNO wem ^ gmat~mYua d MY iingI of a. ktil NMS Itn ed Wrruawr IWgAm 4f^y^B^^^^^W *B^ ^l Mclntire's Bazaar1 SCall attention to our Shoe Department. I.( *. Ladles', Misses', Mens', Boys', Bahbis.' We ire now prepared to meet any demand upon us for high or low grade h8boes or 8Slppers. Honest shoes at bed-rock prices. If you are tired of paylog old-time price., call and see us. Don't seno your money east for shboes. Mclntire's Bazaar1 Dibplay a large line of 10o Challis this week. STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK, , MIIS OITY. MONT. THE LABREST BAN IN EASTERN ONTANA INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS W. B. ITBBIBN. Present, WY. HARMON. Vies PrsMdat. . F. BATOELOR. OaaGuer. C. L. MEBRILL, Vast. Ouh NATIONAL BANK =bm .==" CITY, MoNTA.2NA THE OLDEST IND LARGST BAH IN EASTERN IOITAIA W. B. JORDAN President. G. i. MILES, Vice President. R. B. WEIBIOE. Cashier. B. B. WILBY, asistaat adhiier INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Live Stock, Loans,Real Estate and Notary blic £agt re e el dm t s lm ilahle FIRE, LIFI AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COS WC L r m a ram. LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY _onev Loaned on irt CLvu e t. sattle and hep ranmohes, and mprov for sale at a bargaln with y terms of pa nt ko oortai Iff oudiwn i nouns and well loosted business and residence lots for sale cheap; also N. P. R. L Co.s lots and lands, sad .graui rlands in the Northwest Territory for lease or sale. GA' `l F'OER SAIE ; WI a & e ý." a asstAI rSa T Rd eEr TL.rs ILLIAM COURTENAY, MAIN STREET. WILLIAM HARMON Wholesale and Retail, Fnacy aud Stple GROC E RIES SaSanoh and Stook Men's Supplies a Speoalaty. Mai and Mirth Stret - iles City WATCHES AMI JEWERY AT OOST . For Thirty Days R. C. RICHMOND'S. AIaL MLL 00A, IinneapoliG Shaasksidn Tan , rrh·arhU ·~;aT m =IXI3,Y@OlT M-M mm, MI21ý A TERRIBLE WRECK. A Freight and Passenger Collide Near Jimtown, Dakota. Two men Killed and a Number Injured-Several Passen gers Hurt. DETAILS OF THE DISASTER, Thirteen Freight ears, Baggage tad Mall cars, and Three Cuaches Derailed. A wreck on the Northern Paoifi occurred Sunday morning at Chrystal 8pring, Dakota, caused by the colli sion of a freight and passenger train. The engine and a number of the card of both passenger and freight train. were demolished. Two men were killed, several wounded, and forty horses were killed. THE WEUT BOUND TRAIN en the Norther Pacific railroad reached Miles ('ty last night at about 6:50 o'clock and about 19 hours behind the scheduled time. The cause of this delay was a terrific wreck, occurring to the original train of which the one which passed Miles City was a part, at about 9 o'clock on Sunday morning, at a place codled Crystal Spring. about four miles west of Jimtown, In Dakota. The wreck was caused by a collision between two trains coming in an opplsite direction, one a freight, bound east, and thb other, this passener, running west. Preci.wly how tbe diasster was brought about, did not appear to be known to any of the passengers. It is supposed to have been caused by an error which lay between the train dislpather and the reoeiver. Howsoever that may be, when the train reseahed the point where the sooldent occurred the freight was seen ahead running full speed, as was the passenger. The engineer of the passenger, named Keller, shut off the steam and put down the air brakes, then Jumped for his life. In an Instant the two engines were utterly demolished. The enginee was kifled, his beck being broken in the jump by some of the debris falling on him, and the en gineer of the freight and both the fire men were Injured. Thirteen freight cars, the bemage ar, mail car and three coahnes we H URIED FROM THE TBAC and the mall ar was a total wreak, the mall being seattered about, meuh of it taking Are, whiobh was happily eatinguolshed by the pesomagers sad tni me by water obtained from a little erek wblh was fortunately elae at hand. Mail Agent Blathery was Instantly killed. He lived at Blnmarek. Mail Agent Eva.o and Mall Agent Loumbury, son of Eitor Lousbury, of the RBismark Tribues, were both seriously If not ftlly in Jured. Mrs. Neshtt, a lady iavellng to LIvingston, Montanao, was inJued, though met serlously, In her attempt to jump from oseof the essobes. The freight train seemd tool evaen worn than the peusroger. Many of the ear wereo ttrly broken to plae, Of four ars leded with stook, three contalanlag hores were more or lase broken up, and forty boses killed. Some of the anlmalp eeaped In an al most mrauloes manner, while the fourth ear remained lot"s. uopertatendoot McCabe sad a sor geon brried to theo ane of the dl aster Immedlately opus reelving a report of it, and did all poesle to ro lieve the soufhring of the wounded and are for the passengers. Evey body on the tral.n ezeupt the wemen at one west to work to CLEA R AWAY THI W.tECK, wbloh required from 9 o'clook Sunday morning, when It occurred, till 4:80 o'olook Monday morning, when some additioual coaches were taken from oaother seoton, iad the train allowed o prooeed o Its west boead eome. Cha. H, Gould, the well khew traveling stocIk . ant, speaks l th hihbet terms of the eeamdue f SL. KrCmbe sand bh aesetmtse IW the work they did4 l. alle tag e feriog and Ia pitag the Ntel pedi nder way. l n M n n| ysui M sad at am proeeded to p" Mealr. Me wasmet asb depes by everrl atteteys, ad immedlete sase i ar.tval at the eears boe be reMdem " blstem. QuIt a teai. term of court will last a fortnight. The first work done was to SUMMON AND SBLE(T A GRAND JCRY. The summons were returned with the partles and in the afternoon an Intel ligent arny was before the eourt. But few excuses were offered and the fol lowing gentlemen were seleeted to serve: E. 8. Beeman, O. W. Conroy, Cory Wilson, Chas. G. Frenoh, Jas. (oleman, W. E. Savage, (ceo. M. Miles, J. C. Guy. Ed. Jones, Herman Orechel, Geo. Lisoomb, J. B, Kemp. too, A. B. Marvell, Frank Roterteon, C. S. Bestor and J. P. (Geddiee. After tihe formality of swearing them In had been disposed of the judge proceeded to instruct them a to their duties. His Instructione did not bear upon any partloular offense that had been committed, as none If any particular tlagrane has appeared, but was rather In the nature of an expounding to them the character of their duties under the law. The prisoners, num berlng about ten, were brought in be fore them; the freighbt oar thieves swelling the number by their contri bution of five, but they had no chal* lenges to make, so the Jury of sixteen men retired, and the oourt adjourned to sit again this morning at 9 o'clock. Rids eon Beer. Tbe following bide for the fuoralsh Ing of fresh beef were opened at Fort Keogh yesterday at 11 o'clock: FERT KEO011. M. Brandenburg--ieneral bupply of garrison at $5.80 per cwt. M. Brandenbure-Cboicecutsof beef and mutton for sale to oflers at $13 00) per ct. FORT CUSTER. M. Brandeaburgl-General supply of garrison at $6.71 per cwt. F'.RT BUFORD. W. B. Jordan--General supply of garrson at $8.62 per cwt. CAMP POPLAR RIVER. W. B. Jordao--General supply of garrison at $12.12 per cwt. The enenoe of ompetition on Keogh beef I naotlteable, though It Is quite probabl that bide for this past wllW be put In at JtI Paul ao esewhere l the department. MOVING MONTANAWA.RD. Ilmul a Herdo .,f Cattle Coming up From The rhli'm nt of 200,000 bead of Texas oattle over the Cheyenne & Northern will commence next Mon day and will be completed about Aug. 1. This great herd is the oombined purchase of Montana men and the castle will be uuloaded at Wendovet and driven north. These cattle will occupy about 600 trains, whloh will be run on pasenger Uime from start to finsh. Arrme monte are being made for three trains daily over the Cheyenne & Northern from this point, although an unlimited number can be handled It necessary. Three additional train rews will be employed and extra engines ill1 be brought from points on the western portion of the system.-Cheyenne Leader. Kohr's Cattle Purehase Conrad Kohn. of Kohr & Beleln berg, who was In Idaho several week this spring, purchtub'd 4,200 bead of one, two and three year old wners, the rouodup tor which begun Wednesday, and li to be completed Mry 10. They are to be delivered to him Juoe Is:. He will probably drive them to Buse and aip from til«ne. via the Mis t-as Contral, to B wdlne, In the big bend of Milk river. Hteer of the class he purchapl are dileult to get In Idaho. At Miles CI't during the cattle oonventiou 0,000 head weoe ofered for sale to be delivered. Of tbese only 12,500 b ad were brought Thoima Crsse taklg 6,000 Dan Floweree S,00, John Murphy 8,000 and Pafl MaOormik 500. They were offeed, delivered, lor $19.75. Mr. Kobn eswmal s bhi will eat $21.25. Pa.sisge Is boemnlag seam in Idaho. Thee bee roesety btra very dry w ther e, as bre, ud th "May gros" a veru whtlh mes esrly oad us smaly. nybeld spa thesi Kay, Is alrrady teOpl ag Ithe puseWed aInsa Ias1. Mr. Koel will I dews abost te I~ ro ti oelh to reml sMh prei esoowhtlo will uasn to ea.ly o110,0 In what states I Dr. tCaobead's Imearia Nervine Is toh gp0 nes- do nand? In a Druwikes ota, Io a bl. or esate, a Debiltatol 4ttl , a No roes sltae a DypptUe to$%, sad rwhe you ftl in a tad istegelesell. )L0 or 4 for 4f. Atdtugetme. w 7 7 A .OUSE .TmRY. Great Dmsage Mualered by Eor ISereedesg on Aooumet of Wlid talijms. Up in northeastern Wyoming sa d northwestern Nebraska many bands of wild horees still roam s fearless and a- fleet as in the days when the country was an unexplored wildrnesm. Now that the buffalo has gone, here kle big game to bunt. All through the west ranchmen and cow boys bave regularly organlsed parties to go out and kill off the wild stallions. The loss of mares sustained by honr breeders has at last become so large that some measures must be adopted to reclaim mares stolen away bo the wild stallions. In Colorado, Wyon. Ing, southern Idaho and Nevada there must be now roamlt.g at large fUlly 5.000 wild horses. Each stallion s le*ts twelve oonsort,. If heand is large enough they are divided ntob small lots of twelve mare s and one stud. Occaslonally a male b found wan. derinr, but he is not a tebhelor frem choice, having been driven away by the stroneer males. As tr as possible these family relations are triotly kept ul -that I. held at an even dosen. An old bunter who bad seoured the i Horn and southera spar of these monstrous piles from obildhood, ones discovered far in the depths sad be fond an almost impassble rocky bha. r:er a beautiful basin, wherein w one poor old stallion and twelve beau titul mares. This old fellow, not able to hold hip own against the younger aid stronger males on the plalos, bad s,.ught out this retreat and eLtcead a famlly ol twelve to go with blm. He wau In clover, o to speak, kemp ins his family Intact wtthoat tear et no'eetation, as the entrance to to buroe Eden was evidently known to none of hib rivals. He never left the stronghold, and never allowed any at bhi ,natee to wander away. Hadl h chosen a bome on the plane his tfW. Ily would no doubt have been stol e from him one by ooe.--Exhbsa from the efete .ns. sebam abmmad Ore. BLLuoe, Mqy &-C. G. R.oblmms who was arrested a few days eao a the charge of ason ia ththe thi do gree, in attmptlug to set fre to te N. P. ralroad bridge, was bead evenr by United tatesOomalsImeerC Oap. pell In h00 to wait the siedt orf th grad Jury at the nest term of eme. U ffd 3r A little boroioeaskedawwarmb bught eye attaactd ht dmizsium, whowsqmr d neow mar SA W ", -o he labern who re= t- uaas o Dovb h e C lt h i m H a t y b h i s b u m WO gCaoW tbJ t mob madr ·o diminit to onu What color i* Wai beg entidd to do claim of beauty has rrer b eBniutey settled, as mm people fworm color and acme another; whil reially beautiful eyes we bewAl faahcolar bo i n an d pm&Uy t ae so "violet,"Ars pw ha e ot popular. VAI 0 0 M W·~~ omeories go to imbe the beauty of k nh y cmagewell frined bu but with a mboarof'a like - -l" t MabOo4 Ong. lashas ahadowiie the chee, mid wll dulned arched ryebrOwu So imipo teat ma theem that they Ciro beauty *eyes that ar in ibs wve aqaits ocmnonplace. The uitW of " eyes has much to do wiz due imprusion they produce, am if h6 =together or too fa aprt, t&put sle do symmetry aout the whio be9L-Haraw Bomar. The great bodf thema1 SUnited =tei neoAivnoLi o1000 or lm a year. Thm m oooue, in the lr etl w pid $2o,000, $8 000 nd d in" P who ane paid Wro,0 to pl Dr. Prpe, for inia NewT sat BroU ,ot m imerou ther«b l Dr. Joha Hall I ,O.D by he haroh; Lw mu Han as at vity of NwYorw, a a" frem WO0 to la l hia Dr JDr.: waikai £Wa 10, 1 G w1E~Il G "I e~esanesa