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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO ini. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY. e±rtf 2 .!ýHOULhkTtL OF RO&RT BURNS. R huert Burns, :i'ttlutn ', ti 'nat jinu. I -as I). o 'a t Ayr. utt ,i'.Cuc tat. t'rcrt týIt:i 'tiiI Eub'.ervL tilL hui0 wvith a ball an tl u t stl La i: Ft tihe litcra~ttir." aj Bit c!'] , in I~trI\ xrý ( 1,:... Ii;t tilL nlllftV aftc' at " r. Ih at r t Itt. tlt Itcltrc. ii,. t a' flti Wt'.' ttl ti- i titl the .r It' ý tr . Cten ttaitr'.. Itlite .i tt~tattaitlt It I Iliii '! ,t ar t 'LX l ti l t l t ,li.itl tllt iltt .\ i l t~l ir tt t, t elcc intl a i Itt: t"t u, tur a tricc1"' It ltr ca': It -vt t"ll ' , utier nut th it. t hy u r tnt!ttC1a.1 ll A1e~l4'tl Spit caIh IR. Ht.l;. HEDD. > PHYMII IIN .tND lt RI;EON. ttire at W. F. thavaarW Drueir 111..r.. R. F. F. FtVH. .tint. V.' linlarat ,/aln tfrta.rtetelfdrir Odie. at W. K. (avae Druagt (rer.. L. LEsI'HEIR. M. D. PHYMlt'LtN anid SURIEON. ire ail reitideane. Main itt. near Trati,. Wbitnra.. t %DENTIST. Street over tgaltikrrwir National teak t h guarmateed amd at reausatiml eprices. FPAL Emanael C'hurh new. Palmer aad masth ~ aftm. asitee R J. T Pritchard. Rector. ~ ODIST Chburch earner Kaeenth aid t atreets Serifhs, at 11a.m. sand7 nap m.. tatr maettla WeadmmdaF evgaiaMs.., PR sVTMRR4A 4.iargh C('nmer Maim Strset and Uataaa Areanue. Srrvhceadadai at it a.m. and 7 2 p.m. Ret. Jan . Pastor. CA HLC C'burch of the Seaced Heart Cormer of Maimmd Tenth Stireats. Services Stint andl third fimadaya oft the atnib High Mass at 1®11Na.m. Sunday SghtmiatiE9 p. m. t impers sa emi Dadlrtlnm at 7 p~m. Mttl INTI Is. A. V. R A. X. Vellnwatiiu.i 14,ate Xio. 30 meets Manmeag Hall on fisat amil t iri Wdrrlesdaya L 0* 0, * . > ',_ter ledgee No. 13. meets ia eAt ad thIid Fri. . E . aiiWst meats at Mameimi O. A. IL U. S. GratmPose.. Ii. meeta at Odd n sa~sam the Itt sad third Tharsdays A.O 17. W. 1 s3eMiterL uA. S.imats THE WVARI IS O\vEIL "1 t. i re..er 4n.. . I,. 11'ala a ise III 1arr Ihaiil TIhrona, wnt ..I tIw Ilert~r. ru lr i a lat.I , w.- I". a ra . ,l e ,. - r..h maa-ritra.se.amaaa ,'. Paoarea- .lear. ama-ia. assal thae.*c.a I hanit.., 11.re (HYra N .ýr.. \V.\ . .jawu L. TaIhe ..are ".f tihe eaattletaen wlaaa Sia.- months ago invida-l .Johnsa.n county a or the puralnw of exterminating the *o miallr-t rustlers or cattle thieves. and in the l attemalat kill-a two. len Wanted Champion anti tha and harned l erveral buimlinaga. anl were in return corralled by the asettli-rs and snIly escaaja- with their livers by the aid of Unitaal States trmaalas. was todaey thirnvn out of caourt. That- ZI defendants who alppared I fir trial have lie-n dias charged. A. motion for disii.m aj wais entletrae by .la. likenneett. the pits-rjpl a ittorney flar .Johnsa nm county siud ai howed. The -nraing I- lrag antiaipate was brought atanit by tha- action aif tlh** shear it! of the ..uinty. lie praaaua-ed nearly 1.41115 aalraeanai aani said .t- l.a utild tinil ni wore ill roan: that he had ttso guarantee of expea i.- d ranl .uahat niaat get it fia-ria the Johnso.n ..onty goople. and] It( did 1.41t ..ase to uarnish iuatis to- auunio venire en tir aii.n a th aai irunt . a a m.ai L aiiaa L 1I the griea-lnae walsal tai . In- lti' prose caating aittairnii-. 11,r. aennitt. wIho lagree- to ,Lsatmiss till. is he saial he Lw tis ide' that la aon -i't. n .a il b, , tun."". This atffai:" has int ledl 111 t-x ia-iaituire on ta t bi sides aif aal.ait e :athl. INta . It buta ka-pa tt- state in .. !.a--ra-m t faa Wino mai ontlrs. I ron .Jahiinr --aiimu ti coliins the report that tite raia It' haul araia taihoa. aiigratrdt. iaad at i-n w-t tliaamf I-oart in thiart county severa-l at ti- thiales were aorvia-teaI. Jima oiiiii iisa-hiaagea-i trinhty luat-e 1raai anion:ag thai taroa iaaa-nt --atis.aas of the starti-. 1aiut a ininlaa r of thtrn- uasl la-a, s.. stro; i the seniam tllt agaiuist ttia-ir. The It. A 1I. laiaa llim.-anaam . There is little" doubt that thet 1B. \ Ml. ,.~.aatay intends extenating their lina frai Sheridan int. aaitanma this year. It aas aara-tafa a lainn stta-ed utaaon ga naal aattaiority that tie aamaaly till buial into a laaiaha and Iutte aanaat tai the Paatget Siaund. iii fet rights of wai and yand faeiltitis have tata- slc--red at aariaous places. The line froaam Sheridan is said to lam- a very eas- one. and at n IN. ian strutted uapna a aartac aant a. exceed on. iaer cent.. with easy curaes. The aima tunce- frana Sheridan ta. a p. aint on the Northern Pacittc. fifteen miile. east of Billingsaa ia but 1.1 tmiales. The line runm within a few hunalreal yards at the ('um ter battletlIeld and alea near thai- Crow Indian agemny. The government has fenmeal the aeene at the Couster massacre anal placed a stone nnaunstent where every man et the gallant seveanthavailry fell. The place has teemn visitaral by many thauanmd touprm)ar who have had to travel a lang distance by teams, but with the H. & M. going right to the I place no doubt many more woula visit it. The company alma wants a lime near Yellawstoae Park. Ikeadwelud Times. Sausew (satiam'a rFeeble. W asxiu'rox, Jan. Ti. There were few signs of life around the Blaine house during the late hours of last night and early this morning, which gave to those outside the impression that the exsece* tary was as comfortable as he has been for the past few days. The front door was opened shortly after 7 o'clock this morning, and in answer to a question the attendant amid that the patient had experienced a very gaod night and had rested well. 11 a. m.- Dr. Johnston called on his morning visit at 109D a. m. He re. malned at the bedside of the patient for half an hour. On leaving the house he said that he found Mr. Blaine was feeble, but not alarmingly so, but as weak as yesterday: he continues to take a fair amount of nourishment. Dr. Johnson said he did not consider Mr. Blaine in a critical condition. Mrs. Dam roseh and Miss Hattie Blaine left the house about 9:40 uoclok for a morning walk, and did not return until after the doctor's visit. There were but few call ern a the family this morning. Most of those who usually drop in to inquire as to the patient's coudition, passed the house. after receiving the information that "he is about the same this maon ing." Awaesatta. the Same. ttvows, OJt.. Jan. Ti The seerson of the Doaunaln parliament, whick opens here this week, promisre to he the most important in the history of Cans do. neo o1 the features of the seusion will he the efurt made by pelitical unionists to seund tue baliag of the u l2 i4 ' t i- , iim : rob~ l ti, e tha't h of :a,.n1:w , . 1 %i 4thi 4 t wl r ic' iin. w I,44 :". t~ii i $ t i.- tt,.',r 4 14ir th" 114h11 4 .4r""111 441IO.1) ti.t.' '' he) 1t, o It1e Ii dirii t ItO e. t ."irk1'1 I r L. i4 t il i tu.0 ir to the f p ul.. ulr. 1lir .1. .ningie t. th inh t utomorr o nw.trs to rallrt wni 11ake') tliiir th ir their igr er, t11e" on siun X11.11'. 1l1.)"4 1(11 lll( rihe". V11 Anlti-Viut..rton La.u. W'(an~oiwo..v1. Ju. f. The sub-toan miiitea" on tihe Pinklrton syster will re pa~rt to the full " judiciary cenundttee of the htouse tomorrow. The report will show that there is an agreement on thet facts. and that the memlers are nearly in aieeirl that no legislation on the tart of eongreas is called for as the result of the investigiition. Mr. Iroiederiek. of Kansws. and Mr. Hioutner. of Louisiani. are of the opinion that a law might pter hlps il* franed. which would Ie effeet utal toni alit emnstitutional. to mieet troubles such as ot'curred at Homaestead. but itty tt eide not to press their inii vidlual opinionus. Al nutnetudld._ A man in :soeth Hiratn. Me., s I before the (liven fire ttiln other d:1 twillling ittidrt if dillar 1in thi harols. Tb*<ptour ,-' art of ilE- =to-v .is. hiy ti lw way. 11:( 1 t v ; tiLt.o afrid t tie' "4 I ;.1i ift lutd han4 e over the i I+.( to tht+ t: t w irlr r,," s.f" keep~lin:: Whal~ :;IIlt.i I1 ,IIo I o htct 11',.t Iti 1-i tl O tli"til~l. Itsort~ it lit to tI- f...o i411 Iye ci tthe medi r t 4l.14" t: iru: M I l' .y t1+aa the cimlti'y it 4, t' . i:e' c' *rles: : tli' } t: 1 4(1 t i u Ii, - i : " 1 , 4 tit.' I iat v I ) ii l- H 414 *1 4 il it 1m F~t . e''' 4 1:i. I Ieith- h-,t* .t(4. panIy. LewiS to 4kl.> Jou 4 4. 4 I-kctrthr lutitevr This rEin lla is heroin)ing4 so weil known 1;11 w lso pu~lar us to 111441 nn spqIijill tniition. .111 who line wtel }lec'tri Hitters sitg the saie song of praise. .\ purer utedivine ill l~tl not exist :1111 it is yguaranteedl to don all that is ilaitil?1. Eliet'ii II itl'rs will cure ail d1ise1s1i' of the liver and kidtneis. will rtimove pimple's. 1I~e s. tnit rhetuil atn,[ other affections musedl M', impunri Mostl. Will drive matl'iria from the systemn and prl-vent its well ls cure lIl milariil fev ets. For ltre of hltelt'he. cinistiflition and indige~slion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfnetion guaranitssd or muonly refunded. Priet lit vents and 11t Icer l4ot, tie it Johlt WCright's drug store. Tubaer 1ten 4 we e Asle fwnnetlures When told that tetlt. eo hurts theta: their wives never dic. teenause shattered nerves, weak eyes. hrtenie citurrh and lost timanhueal tells the story. If your husband uses tocteet. you want him to quit. Ilst yoarself about Nto-to-ie the wonderful. harmitleat, guaranteed tolae eut habit cure. ey sending for our little Iseok titled *: I'Dan't Toeiweo 8pit Your Life Away." mailed free. Drug stores generally sell No-to-bah. THe ST.RLtuIN RsxxMsv Co.. Indiana Mineral Springs. Indiana. TTeh C es. ma Why The ?hlcago. Milwaukee & St. Paul railway is the favorite: It is the oldest and was first in the field. Its train service is the very best. It is the first to adopt improveiments. Its sleepers are paiacee on wheels. It runs elegant drawing room sleepers on all-night trains. Its trains are lighted by electricity. It runs luxurious chair cars cn 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 Chicngo. It is the best route to St. Louis and the south. It is the best route to Kansas City and the west. It runs tour 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 as to the lowest rates to am points in the United State and Canada via "The Milwaubee." apply to any coupon ticket agent. or to J. T. Coausv. Ain't (lem. Pass Agt.. St. Paul, Minn. waseas. Agents to sell our choice sad hardy nursery stock. We have many special varieties, both in traits aid ersemestsll to omer, which ase enaetreda sely 1Iq us. We pay commissthe or autA Write usat ones uar Mers and meson choeine d esrrity. May Dasaoems. uesserymen. 'At *eekes3er. M. Y.I BUYING A HAT. Tribulation. of a ane.*. harri.' Womaa Who Wi..hed In Ne. lco.,ntafral. She was a ymum :;iridcl woman, accredited1 with fuo:'t" t. -nj ois:nrcyv commnl serO e A, 5 i P roI'nfl of this, she 6.:1 w.itJ util after 'it, i x':inter hait. No tin'e b i L-n i Ist. however. for -ht- I .t . um toh" hat question in all its li'at*'- i bnd ki-'w exciitly what w anw t It was to 1- a round slat, and must not oist a penny over eight dollars. For an hour or so she went from one shop to another. "just looking on." After pointing out three or four hats which particularly pleased her she seated herself before the long mirror with a glass in one hand and one of the hats in the other This hat. in her hand, was a beauty. but on her bead it was the most antb coming thing she had ever seen. The next hat was too large and was trimmed too conspicuously: the third too small and prim. the fourth cost too much. The saleswoman's smiles were less frequent and the saleswoman herself less talkative. The buyer found herself growing Irritable. but she congratulated her self that she was not making such a fuss as that woman in front of the next mirror. Then she wondered why that fat lady with a moon face insisted upon choosing the most ri diculonsly small bonnets. while the woman with a lon; and hiiarp face spent her time gozing at herself from underneath a broad brim with a towering mass of feathers asove. Suddenly she saw a jaunty turban. The coloring was stylish, and when she tried it on it was just what she needed. She was sure it was heeosn ing, because the sab-swomnan agreed with her that it was. Then it gave her a very comfortable feeling to know that it only cost 7.51i. And so. even if she hatd spent six hours in getting it. together with incidental expenses amounting to ninety-fiv" cents, she was satisfied, it seened such a sensible investment. After dinner that evening the hat caine. One glance in her own inir tor, and. oh. what a difference! It was the worst little hat. she couldi t see lvhy she had bought it. Sue looked disfigured in it. and if she Ithi to wear that hat all wintershewould not go out at all. She put the hat in its bandbox. the box high 1111 on the cliset shelf. and then cried. --Cincinnati Enquirer He Could Coutn.l Hi. Heart Heats. Dr. E. A. (Groux. surgeon of the Twenty-eighth New York regiment, who died in I$7. was during his life the moat wonderful living hnumn malformati. in. The surgeons regard ed him with slw.'iul interest because. having been horn without a sternum -the sternum is the flat lone in the middle of the breast-he could ceon trol or aupple.m all the pulsations of the heart. The lost mortem exam ination showed a defkhiency of breast bone and a congenital fissure of the sternutn. forked in shape, running up between the second and thinr rnt1 to the left of the median line. Before his death there was a di4 pute among the faculty whether the outward lndications aot pulsation were caused by the aorta or right ventri cle. The examination proved con elusively that they were caused by the rentricle. There is a tsk1o be oiy one other cease of aimilar maaloomation known and -eported 1n thr medical books-that of a Mr. Thampsonm of England. who, by way or diversion. often stopped his heart from beatls for a tall two minutes: -IL. Loils RbpubHi. Uausgmu.e Pat Addes.. Dogs become frequent victims to maehes its othim Afrleam thngh ther been sme of smell and thir deter mimation to iuvestipte. On. splen did large dog and two fox terriees met with their death near Part la abeth through the bheet pu addees Thoughthereareother highly vya omens and equally abundant smakes at the cape. they are more of the active cobra kind, while the put adders are extremely sluggish and ieactive reptiles which do not get out of the way. but he half Maas among the herbage or among sad setnes, with which they aedmi late in color. By their hias they be tiy themselveswhendaa erthrea e~ and that le alL--Caps Town Letter: -et Ia Yssm. "Whetmmalethe jury rnder a vm "W yoeseae, atao the juersof began to tell us about the light say bags or bin iv-yeiald by."-a tharehmt t eo vdl - now -m lewsuer y yeu detner? Dealer R lm- m - ehs*, aw or a- , I here loan. MW e tiesr- NEW OOODSU IlUCKINK N I'.IC A SL 1iIm'.-': Al' ck ItirtlIc. I htimt,. ('hick.(n. et, !i anti liouille, and I'ca Not i.n't that an appetiziI4 list i Try thesc Soups: you wilt not lit (lisappointcd. French Peas. Mushroonis, (iodjillots O(ivee-. I leinz's Sweet Pick les..\ ntrican Cheese rich and creamy, .1monls. ~ 'Walnuts, Paisins, Fresh Candies. Sweet Chocolate. fur Teas are the best soothing, satisfying. invigorating, invitb ing. Case, King & Wodzitzki. FIRST NATIONAL BARIL MILES OCTY. MONTANA. CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $80,.6 W. 1B . Prhsid ilt. G. . 11a.ti t s. Vice-President. 11II. I t. ýV . (ashlier. C. . (.. srn . .1.st Cashier. I)raw 1)rafts oin ILon ir'n. Parn. Berlin. Dublin. Christiana and all Sor i4i (it at ( urrent Rat.- T( Nw. fork. Chica,;') St. Paul and Hlh:ena. Accounts of Stockmen. Merchants and Indi viduals Respectfully Solicited. it'rrIL. ;.twS. 5CHPLLI N". PROFITS. AS&.i TEI.33 ci ", BE& lTW. .I&rM. .I IF. 1 U tilnt'K. President: Wm. II %ttvc, Vice-President; F. F. Ht.s'fil EL.K, Cashier. CITY MAD COUNTY DEPOSITORY. Isteareet Pata On Wss ane 7epettgle Our cash busintss, ( ommencing February I. 1$93. It w ill save you miney. It will save us flotn'e.y - Means goods at lower prices. c. -B. OT m O PATRONIZE HOME BY LOCATING YOUR Im zrmsc WITH I tB??t AMI EIILAI& MAIN Housa, se fe 90 asVVL" .ee u av -T. -aa all ne, S.MW - - M -urn-