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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO nIo. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, r893. PRICE FIVE CENTS McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY, To-DA\ a grand conference of Christian Prohibitionists will ne.ta:t in Philadelphia. The purpose of the assetn blage is to more clearly de fine the attitude of the various Christian churches toward the liquor traffic, and the .XV oice" is s..ons.,r for the gatherin:. S.:ch prohibitionist: as I. .\. it :,,np)s. a, Ncal ]),,w. J. V.. lrica , I enry Warl-, .I r. 1. ( . M r, J hn lliplp, J. t ... ,1 R:cv. .A. I. TI'uck and otlcrs wili Ct AS I-i \\t ha ,, trid tliht r _i: - t t'nl t, ,oir i i t i - r it l . 1 . It m aIn b ; ,,,1 tilint f,,"r . ct ' peotr . Ilu: it Ilot nt t atren thi it utsti. tetIt . i ti t n t t er iii At a - toatitwll t, . ; : II ; t "h n. a rt torar ti,. it t I i hit h!i rt" cm ntt n i ,t Iv tihe. grt;l ! dry gt.oo. h ust . , thi' 4';"t. Tht 1 | wer t .ln t , th ti.atl tt lh lt- aIh' hrnti g tlt" toh , tht I mtrltacitI at if Course \k c mtint a"11 Y. chaclter than r , fir.rt. Everh ythin milt tatl a rchctitoi f 10 1t Is ter a int.. w ich dw ill mnatrially esýt.' t'f xplitn cs' of lit ink to our c- Ito ttlr . iut in thilt tIln ii t' matt a.- mtch W Pttni S betowr. ant. Wulamrt ulntit t, it'ror.r llre that a hoot full if unchollc'ited hilk brini . u. their asti.tance and su'piort i maintaining ,i dry goods .tore where' g.oil., ta lit' hlurchastd at eastern prices- I. ncash on+ly. lt." cash s,-stetn \i ill b" ad opt ed Feb. I st. I'H Sll VAIC. N\. R. R. ti, R iDD. PHNY Ii IN AND tit'RGFiON. Otir, att W. E. Ethva.," Drun Store. R. E. F. FISH. W. E':. Sataael, Unft Str e.. cll'1(li'IrlU and ftl 'RIOUFs. Whltem. e DNTIST. -ale treetll. r Itkat U.rs atknal Hank k araoteed and at reaswaoble pries. tuUacsEM. OAL Imanael (Chash ear. Palmer and stas Ia at Sa I .... :ii .J. JT Prithrd, Heitor. lTIODI Src (harsatmh esrner Eveath ad t reeta tar. e la.. and lp.e.. .t. 8.2lltl1A ('(tom ('rwq.. Main Street aL e Avenue. SerieedSolds at II ._-. and Iap . Eat. Ja Dewlap, Pastor. CATHOIlC ('hah of the SaWed Heart(ll Cer,,. ISdi Sa1 Srb or tat lap aL. .aarrs lonat .1 pm. OaCIMTsM. maatat an th~ Fr/ electit' to the llate y the ail f otes fit the si"ivrit!s in Nevidla. Se.atJoar Stewart has t.ei aI itt lrtnioull l re. ettllican adve.at..t f fr..e 'itnatg,. and hais teliine. to particilt.e in t.. re ullthlie' tol thctalsente The r will .le atn other such eualtcUs this evening, and not intelndiing to hI there. Stewart has hteen endea\voritng to lo muissionalry wo;k. His lalbtrs havei not been. according to his owi t*Vull ta, in vain. 'The hiill uannott uass." said the tt atiltr. "andl till. ouitlsook is now letter tlhan ii has Intnt iat any timte inte the hiill wails rl'eported. . I have inott ibee.n aiiout the del.,.rtic bl, ut theire, i no h-l " thet the repiubHans 'an, draw fritu their ll il. of the tihaituIrlr nIt.Igh to fwarr :nt the I ' lie that thel i.ll will i ' titIn In4.4 1 t. lhl o the prf .etnlt I i,~sli lnight.l ilthe rl te' llr ntlllL . it is .h Wlars. to doughnits that they 1ou11 pa11 a loinItý ill s su i m i . it was light llenough n the h llt1 i o rn.i itt fthltl . lit nll.c t tfle.. l ron all sections of Ti- t in nlllll lll .' ,iie r. hl.lrlts of t - deprlllll , .1 til ilslo iht itg for' ant tr ae it palst inkn whatrl ailllty prote ic d in . aisl of, tll i4lll rinit. aI thr, nity that is ol o t' ri, d fr,~h them. l ith y hiat e 1 targely in rll 't, llas i numbers111 1a iati,,. now helat in .,ek Ko . h .that they tauk l o Iuvn"s of 10111t c ile , ilt trll . a ranich lr.l hatc king wlhat et l tlhfer i ct atite llalhes . thelli that rag th short iluitau r up Tonuk odrive he. and ticer o a fttacked u el tiher vultre wa dbe fllore hele evmltu reach him. Had oint en a ishi . but inI l f many its flt woubt! have neWr fith san. Jak Ken nderru lhos fro the oM Powder rivero n tells s that whe wing ct. t l hail n- o wintmer. When oing tid town heir pry found he sotall hch it Jacktt re that were ruand en quitep b a number of woles. an at hard umpeand them ad been shaken ao. tank that one or meof othea muwh t had en with a trfallen a hideti. mthk. seeing g dfte situation. uter and at odrive thed ca the a few miles tad erew there as in a large herd. among which they would e arfe. He eventually uccework in led it doing this. but not withou meet manywith m age intention that will rend er their prey if they could help it. Jack reprtion willng with torn sh.alers wtheare a the wvesi ehad jumped them and been shaken of.ck. tenseless range stock. W4e ( mlat.. The making of new counties appears to be quite popular with the present legislature. and if its temper does not change. the outlook is that Montana will have a sore or more of counties. The bill for the creation of Tetn coun ty, which comes of of the east end do Chateau. has already passed the senate. Valley county composed of the north half of Dawson. i probably assured. In addition to these. there is Flathead, Granite, Beas Paw, Bitter Root and a very new one to be called Bausdwater, to be made up of a small chunk from each of allatin, Meagher and Jeerfmon counties, with Townsend as the conaty aeat. The only thing that will arry this last through is its name, as there does not appear to be any real nasossity for its creatio, and each of the old ounties on which it inhiages are. for Montana countles, rather small, nad will doubtless meauoudy object to be ing despoiled ot any tarable wealth. Sauu .a ,...s ".... t+. Wheaten imao as D O pumald prmi ipaely d miats . Wiboe mtmch is -. o a djM7 d uIatu s e m bg 4oo a e s"ý n ..... ...s ...v .. e .as Mrd!!**IL131..a ,g i::. diht':i-t; v. ! 'ah !1;14 t') gie ilavor wlhien \lii iall -weet. dli.esa o.f lbreu] tiiL -.v , a riilatr - ls ie when toast i' r e!e To tn:ake tasct sutlccesflllly onle limust elndeavor to convert ats imuclih its Ii-Asi.le of the starch into dextr:in. Tio do, this ent the bread one-third of an inch thick. place the slicies in a tolt.ter or wire broiler and dry slowly either in a mod..lrate oven ori by holdinui the broiler some distance flr'ni the lire. The object is to give the hbeat time to penetrate to the tenter of the slice before the outside has begun to change color, for if a sheath be formed over the outside at once the moisture will be shbut in and the middle of the slice will be prevented from becoming sufficently beated to change its starch. for the tempera. ture will not rjse much above 21I degs. Fahr. until the water is dried out. Starch is changed to dextrin at 401 degs. Fahr. Toast that is moist in the middle and blackened on the outside is less wholemne than untoa.-ted bread. Great care shoulld therefore lt takenll with the drying. When this hia Ibeen -accomprlished lower the rIIrolle al lit tie tearer to the cards, anid the to.t..t will quickly tirn a gohl-rlli !I.lcwn Bostonu ilobc. City N -tuu ,,n. ot, 3l,,r t'us. The wuruinm:. t~ .. p.: off in.the re i" (::.t' ) ; ing." ro Irt ,:. .1; ably ofle-ir-! unne, t,[t < :"r : ;. : i :- :: impls f t .- . '. ster :.rn I platturm of , wary ea t.- ." turtUir-ilwd a. ,. - .. , . , platfO.IiU t 'a A i l t o'* , , a.l i:,, and ..uI l :. . ,: , b , 1 t; t.. the tlihe hi- t .. .it:. iw. b, over to a ..!a.rl, tllt. tuowardl .t. rearl'. ditrolpl *,i i nllllarelly tael to the 'eat, fie c·ame clown on t':e street pa\tleo'lltstii (tced rearw.ard, sotdily atlla \with the se.urity a:.d grat- of a triailt-l zeroibat turning a handspring The bty.. very ;freluently drop off the t'ar's thlls :u direct detiaute otf all laws of motion. ctause and effet,.t They also shot: the utter uewll.udiss news to thenl of tire caution to "al ways grasp the handle ahead of you," by alatost inlvariably graspit:g the rear handle on the tail of ti,: platform and swinging thletmselves cleverly atalsarl. If they do grasp the- handle ahead they do so with the opposite hand to that an olrdinary person would and should. New York Sun. The colored janitor of a Sodaita (Mo.) public school manages by strict economy to save forty dollars every month out of his monthly stipetnd of forty-two dollars. su it is said ...ir r_ , , rue m.no seems to ue ruU or strangely pat local allusions, anl so l.u fted lar they that even the truny reverent ltJerin cannot always avoid calling attention to them. The eem.*a Why The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway is the favorite: It is the oldest and was first in the field. Its train service is the very beest. It is the irst to adopt lmprovements. Its sleepers are palaces on wheels It runs elegant drawlng room sleepers on all-night trains. Its trains are lighted by electrlioty. It runs luxurious chair cars on day trains. It is the only line using the electric berth lamp. Its dining car service is unexcelled. Its trains run solid to Milwaukee and Chicago. It is the best route to St. Louis and the south. It is the best route to Kansas City and the west. It runs four trains daily to Milwaukee and Chicago. It runs two daily trains to St. Louis and Kansas City. It is the government fast mail route. It is popularly styled the 'Old Relia ble." It furnishes safety, comfort and speed to patrons For information a to the lowest rates to all potrls in the United State and Canada via -The ilwanke," apply to any coupo ticket agent, or to J. T. ConM.a Ass't Ge.. Pam. Agt., St. Paul Minn. wesd... Apgets to sell our choice and hardy nursry stock. We have masy special varlaties, bath it fruits ad asrammeate to sear, which m centromad eaIy ly as. We pay gosslm i a saLary. Write as at e fob terum ad mesm hoiceo at teesery. Mrvt 3 am-es, W se smea, gt seetwster, N. Y. The udru l'h: r t.:: i , i : f..-, r J, . ly ir'ac l 'i s '4 ,; . , ,. . ontril o;e : " "G'l r biht I.l, ,. , Ir .. " l "· ,"l.t - ardt: ,,f ^I, :; r :.. .; , a v , 1i n, .. . il. rI. fellw, w at a w,~,er:ful t. i .t chap i.r' '"uhtl ' .,trTe a ri.,l rltll_.r "nothinl, r: ,:, t,.ri'ul :lri"lt h yn." "Unt." 1. rsite.t tih- :e-.i lkin~ g man. *"jtust :1: . all t-tit hilt.nini to ;irm that h( tol iun ib:,ult." "Do you o-li,,v,, that?" aske.l the other one in a pityilng tone. "'why. there wasl't a word of truth in any of it." The countryman never turned a hair. 'I reckon not." he replied solemnly. '"but a liar like he is is a wonderful man to me anyway." and the drummer gave a warning .ough and came back into the smoker.-Detroit Free Press. A Paie of Overall -r0 --Lifet Walting. Only Waiting. It was iin the sweet summer time. They had .wen married hut one'nhort week and were down by the sea. For two days he had been wandering about ainmlesasly as one in a dream. The shadow had fallen upon him, and its chill had touched the gentle heart of the fair. sweet bride. She hatd watched him. oh. s.Manxiously and Lad known no peace since the clam my touch of the shadow had fallen upon them both. This tnoring he had gone out to a lonely place on the rocksa overlooking the wide expanse of the silent sea. The cruel green waves came bheating in upon the cold. gray rocks. and they seemed to Ihe sounding hlis requicm. Far off on the rolling waves a soil broke the hI:rizon line. and his listless eyes followed it in its 'Ourse. Here site findl him wrapped in his reverie. She lpuke to him. but he heedetI I her not. Hi eyes were turned seaward, as if they would pierce the veil of diisti:ne. and carry him on their wings to t te lii seen shore beyond. She touched him. and ie started up. he wildered at the uwakening. "Oh. Harold." she moaned. 'tell me' what s the mat is the ter? We were so happy. and you know we were going to Europe on our bridal tour." "Yes. yes." he murmurmured. -"And are we going. Harold. darling?' she whispered. His hand struck down upon his pockets hysterically, and once more he looked out upon the calm sea. "Yes, darling. yes." he answered, tak ing her to his breast: "just as soon as it gets dry enough for as to walk." A limp and listless form hung in his arms. His bonny bride had famated. Exchange. It Was a eIgb Prtie. The New York aewsboy had concluded to go est, and when be reasbed Omaha b.eo ofd tbetratn by the istenca f anbm a and begas n lookigarend a hil. After four da at travel and tribslaft he thought it tism toa. nto b es r leave town, so i tdd a Iser erathama. a kid about Mi own I" msy. ofly." he remmrkd as a feeler. "hew's de lay to ds tower" "Good mau for m.," reepanded the Omaba Mh "iayhe sWtig e mlpapal Uster bto in doe hs mmel" "Whre at o "New York city." ".ahe m·ch therer asked theo wa a klid with hi eyae baulgio "Cant r eat 'n half a a i "That al!a and the Onlsa"a tfaa -ell. .We makes two and a cents an emir." The New Yorker lanced up and down the _reet, swept bi eye over all the einibsm and turned up his -no di '"Yes. cany." te smid• n apltynrame. "but yome got to live tn Omal to do it, andI ain't rich at dat prie. let Gooday."-- =fm ee Prsa. The oa.motd Sboe aodar chrmicl p l. at i p a dIhe e assasssuma g wri ib was·eh sawJma -Temthsh Cmnp ..de a--mse* * m was th ehel.L wihmeM a "r Inrat hlm,r" ad tme m.t whe m . bde" oft amem b k rl w ash I hea Sas tub ra sl t ama a•º tar i~ I mIS . and " ` ý ý e s a NEW GOODS. IlLCKI.-' i".\,IO.U~ ..O'I'.c;: M.ock Turtle. Tomato. C'hicken, Beef, .,eup and Bouille, and Pea NOw isn't that an appetizing list ? Try these sous ; you will not be di appointed. French Peas, Mushroums. (Godiil;ot's Olives, I leinz's Sweet Pick les. American Cheese rich and creamy. Almonds. Walnuts, Paisins, Fresh Candies. sweet Chocolate. Our Teas are the best soothing, satisfying, invigorating, invit ing. Case, King & Wodzitzki. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $5o,ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $So,,e. V. B. Joº i.x. President. G. . MI.LE ., Vice-President. If B.I. W\ cv, Cashier. C. I.. C R.\rErR, .Xss't Cashier. I)raw Ilrafts on London. Pa'ris. Berlin, Dubli . Christiana and all I orci.n Citic: at Current Rate: "To New York. Chicago.. St. Paul and I Iclena. Accounts of Stockmen, Merchants and Indi viduals Respectfully Solicited. .IPIT.AL S7.ANt. LSURPLUSI' .u PROFITS. S.,l . LX m I'X S, ..'.A.. II. F. I r1r x. ',resident. W\'. H-I.m,,x, Vice-President; E. E. Bxvrc i t.erl. Cashier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. Emtewmret PMIid On z.lanse De positat X 3 AOur cash business. R6 E1 Gon.o -,mmencing February ,. 1X93 ---It will save you mnoIey. -It will save us money. --Means goods at lower prices. SCm. OKS . . PATRONIZE HOME BY LOCATING YOUR WITH glNAM II MIUA S .w t. ma, aV.. SUMY . iman - m 6h,,,i,, ,,, a - UEI.UA" -__ IU~uU1N; -