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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO, 131. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY, To - D.%v Commander - in Chief A. G. Weissert of the Grand Army of the Republic will be formally received by tl;e Posts in New i'ork City. t1 The affair pr mises to he one , of exceptional interest, as this \V is the first officiil visit of the 1i Commander - inn Chief to the a, metropolis. An elaborate pro, gramme is being prepared by , Ltfayette !'ost by which tlhe ,I demonstration has been origin at ed. We oditit 'yor trade inl t 4t wear: our uality i rigiht aInd .eiad di'- cou nt tfr a ft. day.I )ur Sih.o ladies' kid is the best, thinV for the money we have Spring c h g s are now in stock. Not ice of same later. ( ash only. -H - -I --- IR. 1:.ti. IREfi). PHYsil IAN A. NI) St'IRIEON. Otiae' at W. F. S.vatwur' I)lrg Sti.r . DR. E. F. FISH. I X#I('It'1 1\ Sp ,a F .,)t s () Oa.TET HIr'II , tArat. Wuintnrzi indt (fh llrtt-hlfrtl r Oflt'i at W. E. !avab.#" l)rus Stare. I. I, EI'HER. M. L R. JeY PHYSII'IAN ami Stl'R(aES. ice alnd rl'ili'iwi' Main St. inenr Truth. S I)ENTII.T.a ain Sreet over tckatrower.e National Bank Work guaranteed and at reasonable pces. CIURC.IK. PIS('OPAL Emanuel ('hubh cor. Palmer and eveath streets. Slerves Sunday at II a.m. anw 8 p.m. HBo enmtunioa Sieat Sundam in each month after morlnge e. Bev. J. T Pritchard, Rertor. METHODIST (huah eorner Eleventh and Pea ttseet Services at l1a.m. and p.n.. Rev. FG. ROO"a, Pator. PREI BYTJAN ('oureh Corner Main Street and MontaUa Avenue. iervia Sundays at 11 a.m. and 7D p.m. Rev. Jno. Dunlap Pastor. CATiHOLIC Chrbh of the Macred Hert Cote.r SMai and Tut Street. Sareke Uest nad third Suadaya o the tbH. Mrat d9a.m. Sundaly Schou at lip m. m.Vepern aad Msndictlua at I d p.m. SOCIETIrE. A. V. ,t A. H. Tellntwsn I oan. ameets at Mamunte Hall n nt and tird Wedbl.day of each month. ma S ot e t and thLd Fri. O F sa lodge isu 7st at Mo 0 naiton the lstt ad thied Thursiays at I RP. 1.?. Starof the Wart sats at Masonic hall ever Thursday evening. 0. A. . U. S. GIrant Post, No. 1. msha at Odd }oshaDl.on the fSiet md third Thursdays A. 4, V. W. Thague Rivet Lod.e Nto. D, meets on talse atd third Wedals of eah moeth sacd ýýuetatý da of each im ths. The -tit.i:l 1."4.L ..;s t rs ." in T u.p."l.. Ka,,., Have- I;,gun flo-liiti* in0 .t 11l. I n, e nd. I T"latx. KKan.. Feb. 1. At 9 i.cl.k t the l i tlll lr of ther repul liean hlirust t with their ,ttfla.r started frrn head. a quarters for the state house. They t miarched through the long corridors I laading to rerlreselltative hall uniem f is.d,. lThe little column forced its way through the line of guards stationed at the first of the stairs in the west wing. anrd started lup the stairs. (In the first landing utas a crowd of .populist hou se" Itlivers unlder commlllland of Adju.tant t I;,,iral Ariz. They here ,rned. mnl it thei advtta l i hg repul hliell crow d w ere c laet with the IIiuzzles of rt", llvers sull, WVinchesters. Theudjutantgeneral cont ntzmade thel. to halt. but no stop was m ar nlalll,, an h the lIt ane d pushedl' i. \ into. the' cr.owl of .opulists. T hr.ee or. I totlr, of themn uscl.eededl in passim..l the,. la,.,rkeep.ers afuter a I,rief struggl'e anl 'ettingl into the hull. tbut the llpulistl , s sur:ei' deid ill elotsing thei dower and lhser sing it. The republ~ieis ion the, oultside. lli.eI ded ulldnittLane. ,lat wh'eli it weas ,lnied tiln' Sl s.llkel r Iou,'las · utn.g a r l:l e. hsle ' h llllihneer and beg, n l.tlll o hut t"ri the heavy erllsr ialinea g from i ll ithe ilo,4k rw.ni . It took iiae blows It tliat Ia p aglltway thiWulgh. but tn li.t Sl. irs tinall% gt e w yl. an.liI tihel rt eptl i liin legislators surgedl' in with a lod t shout. T''he a ;puliists Iprulptlt re treit.d and left the republicans in full t lIs'5'ss5iiin of tile hI.al. As SIwllll a1 it t.''alltn known iy the ipopulists what haid .neurred oi-terno ir Ltewelling was ntitil.t. 11,. pIromptly. t I.LED OUIf T Tfill. MI1ITI hur n)th i ndstrutil themi tIt pr're kll to he hllll and ejlect thell tl rs , f tilhe reli ipuhliean hLouse 'r . tlll he air. 'Th"" srdl Trh ,- republicans being inf 0,11ed if the ction of tlhe ,govelrnor held a hurried clferelncll" tlo det(erminl l p lln what course of n,tion to puirse. NSo efl ilnite plan was dees. led w n alra but1 individual republ ieans are tryingl to inue t the anta wae railroad to call h ,out its shop imn theo opin tIl't mili triain. g the republicans firn tihe hall. Other industries that were known to ie in syipaiothy with the republi rns were al. asked to furnisht tmen for the Raepurpbicns. )th the were letwlistsin were not idle. ('ampany (' a hnal nail itlia eslupany. which .Adjutant lh.neral .Artz had notified last night to stand in readiness. was already ,on the ground and orders were telegraphed to Holton and Marion for eonilmniini I) and (i. and it was repoirted that they would I.e si.n on the way by special train. sThe populist sany there were el as sistant sergeants-at-arus sworn in and in ameomssion of the hall when the re publicans forced there way in. They aedred no resistance except to warn the republicans that they were destroying state proaprty and wonid be held re soonsible to the law. T.HE OLY WEANPO:N MHOWUI by the populists were in the hands of A. J. Boyd,L L. Hopkins and L T. Young at the foot of the stairway and in the hands of tyro wild young men, who rushed across the hall from the back stairway. A. J. Boyd had a Win chester and a man named Hopkins and Yount had revolvers (. C. Clemens, who was also on guard at that point. had a heavy cane with a hooked handle. No attempt was made to use the weap ons except by Clemens, who, with a broad grin on his face, used the hook of his cane to catch republicans by the r ankles as they passed up the stairway. t I thus tripping them down, but, as they fell, others fell upon them, and at one time a doseu or more populists and re publicans were writhing together. On their way up-stairs the republicans cap - tured a Winchester and a revolver, I which they will preserve astgpphies. T This morning the Santa Fe train from Atchisun and other places along the line brought seventy-five republicans to act as assistant sergeants-at-arm and other trains are expected to 5l1i3 ADDITIONAL II533.BUF/IaIWrK from points near Topeka. The republi cams anticipthing trumble today tele graphed for help last night. The mes sages in aome instances were late in being delivered, but the men to whom they were sent got out ttheir beds be Ifore midnight, and l gathered up recruits for duty at the capitol. - IN A .TATE OF rC.lIF. SThe republicans have nailed, barred and propped every door leading to the Shouse. The populists have decided to freze ta iit tripub l a. cTi frma turi vhu wcr, s.nt atn r l' Ilit h ftori" t thi . r!"e.,u hir'mi-: .'u ,nn t get least tit" niilitia liit-s cnio. The it.epu tliut hiorii it ther, f'.i i in a 14:0t. oi siege. .1 m ilitia ,,<.,a m ,y has l st.t,,li ed uear the urs,";.ra with Iguards piieltd. Two (°noino s Lat"e ,au-tl ruln out of the tvh inz wars a dei idelt warlike appear ance.. The militia now ha ve control of the situition. ian11 every ilmovi'lcent of the tililpulist house ~ ill lipenil on the actioin oif the executive. ('io. Hullghes. of the Third reginment. a republican. has lien relieved froml duty because he re fuisel to ol.y the adjutant genieral. (ilrunatsenta Cum.. WI' authorize our aidvertised drugglist to sell lDr. King's New Discovery for ;oiisumliiption. e.iuglhs and colds, upon this conllitioni. If you are atfflicted with a i coughli. cold. or aiiiny lung, throat or i clzist troullle. and will use this relnidy as dilhrected. giving it a fair triil. and ex i",rieoli, no leenetit. you may return the it hl, tt! andt ae oulr money refunled. a We. iiul inot miake this offer did we not oz,, ithalt isr. Keig', New liJlscovery conil he relihil i.,. It ie\er disallspoints. Trini ibottles fril, at i h.ltil \Vriglzt' drllug tl st.',I. I rgie sizj " z and eln . n Th.- i,iet-i= . I1 Iau\i .wuýoo. l"I,'... 1 . .1i iast Mr. . '!lnI iiiald hLia na h,- public th.e naines of t his .ru!,inu-t oticials. us fao ii tihey hiate four \ii',er otth'iitll. ilunin ucel t hlst night. ! ;ti , liter .islzi. l iresh l. oif lliiiu s. Twire. tileri f ist:tl'. .Johni i. l(' lis!t' . if Kentiilky). see.l' tiiry lf fit tireasury. Vi Ilian , . liissult. of liutfitlo. Iust - iuister 1ez ir'I. i r t Ilnii I S. al.iuiont. of New York. secri fill' if ia r. i Ilteuliuri Si-ol iat Ml ile't (ity. li i.... .Feb. W. Ilpecial.) The s.l ite hill locating the StateiRefiormn Se"hsili at Miles C(ity p.asse the sienate to-lday. Th'e l r uoblilities are that it will iinlet with ni~op uIslitionil in the house. and will heroi e a law tlefiore the end of the It session. The lill carries ain aippropria lion oif ir2.ia0ta1 for coinstrucition pur Since its ltrst intruduinctiion Electric hitters has gaiedl rapidly in popular favor, until now it is clearly in the lead amoung pure nmedicinal tonics and alter atives containing nothing which per tilts its use as a bIverage or intoxicant. it is re.ognized as the best and purest ndicinhie for all ailments of stomach. liaer or kidneys. It will cure sick head atuhe. indigestion. mconstipation, and drive nmularia from the system. Satis faction guarantieed with each bottle or I the money will be refundedl. Price only Tic pler Iottle. Sold by John Wright. 'Iwaup K.a.w t. the Iauaamration. For the inauguration of Cleveland C and Stevenson at Washington on March a 4th. excursion tickets. reading via Balti more and Ohio railroad. -The Pictures que Route," will be placed on sale at the ticket oices of principal railroads of the west, as well as at the ticket ofbces of the Baltimore and Ohio company. The fare from Chicago will be $7110 for the round trip. These tickets will be 0 sold from February 28th to March 3rd t Inclusive, and will be valid for return 1 journey until March 8th inclusive. The Baltimore and Ohio is the shortest route to Washington from nearly all points west. Its trains are vestibuled from end to end, and carry Pullman sleeping car No railroad in America is better equipped than the B. & O. to transport with dispatch, safety, and comfort the I large crowd which will visit Washington I to witness the inauguration ceremonies. Its iong expereance in transporting e crowds to former inaugurations. . A. B. Encampments. Knights Templar Con n laves, and similar gatheringl, on an exteasive scale, will prove most valuable in arranging for the coming inaugura tion. For more detailed information as to rates time of trains, etc. apply to L. 8. SAUen. A.rt. oenl Passenger A.gst, d The Rookery, Chicago, or O. P. Mc Carthy, Asst. GO l Passenger Agent, Cinainnati. O. N1 sf ra iee Sair ase se511. Prices ot Northern Patcific railroamd lands in Mantana quoted on applcation. All applications to purehase mine, and m payments thereon, must be made to e WILLIAM WAot'n. Gen. land Agt.. St. Paul, Miun. te move Was. 1wn Cottonwood or pine, cut in stove length. Leave orders at Case. KingI se o Wodaitaki's. P. G. Warra.. Ieattiful Kaow. Beautiful. blowy. rnowy snow, '.'hy SlIahert thou alol.nt the gale? Art thou a ghost of tle driving rain Or a hiecter of the haili? Art thou a i.ter to the air, Or to the raging blizzard That trA.oteth forty milers an tour And ferezeth ote'. tery gizzard? T|,e I~ I t ein..ett: with shiverineg lren. lie g:;oivth irn thy bridlal wreath: The wih:i. I l doo th the Ihest he can, With frozen ink aa.d rhattering teeth. Alh, why not conw in raloter time, Vnt ; ",re" thra.tt are dryalr chips. ii. arint a ta-. rf.fr,,-hhiny bell 01 tno; to' v,.' parthed hu.? Thou tanranth.t thyellnlf a , a bridal veil. Fonte aoott ,.r two ton the level: Oh. liaentift!l snow! I ao to itnd My . uItatt nantdled shotel. Hit her an:d thi ther. to ribht., to left. I'll .ta'lter thy purity's !,ook. But tloh ! ti u c.haet. te, thaou teautxl.ua now, With the lab Ir mny back is broke. - New York rmn. Just Caso.. •'Waoljer black .luey's beye fur arter hel'l denied ast he'd said them things alxtnt yer? *'Denied it? Not 'im! Why. I at's to "it,. ,lterge ose you've bin corl ing mte at bllthkleg. And he up and sne. 'I r'e-pl.,iate titt' rtattement. And thten I blahk.- 'i:4 ey'e. I mihllt Iti stasI the cove' st.'1, 1 a '1'a " it olt:t"-1-uit Well the goes all rcp-lulii:tt.s i; "- -I ,. adtun Publie Olpinion. Toba.rt tea . snr mlrne wiItntIet,.tae When toldi that toaldeto hurts them: their wives never ldo. I.teause shattered nerves. weak eves. chronic catarrh anti lhast ntanhoal tells the story. If your hustanld uases tobacco. you want hitl tot lquit. l)st vyourself albout No-td-bac the wonderful. harmless. guaranteed t)obac co habit cure. hby sending for our little bItk titled: "lon,'t Tlacae Spit Yoaur Lire Away." mailed free. Drug stores a'generally sell No,-t,-latec. THe 8'a'JT'.!LINt. R:EMIatv Co(.. Indiana Mineral Springs. Indiana. Tit* Iemsi a Why The Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul railway is the favorite: It is the oldest and was first in the tield. Its train service is the very test. It in the first to adopt improvements. Its slee.ers are palaces aon wheels. It runs elegant drawing ratan sleepers on all-night trains. Its trains are lighted by electrictty. It runs luxurious chair cars otn da Strains. It is the only line using the electric itrth lamp. Its dining car service is unexcelled.1 Its trains run solid to Milwaukee and Chicago. It is the btst route to St. louis and the south. It is the best route' to Kansas City and the west. It runs four traint daily to Milwaukee and Chicago. It runs two daily traits to St. Iouis and Kansas City. It is the government fast qmail route. It is apopularly styled the "Old Relia ble." It furnishes safety. comfrort and speed to patrons. For information as to the lowestt rates to all points in the United States and Canada via "The Milwaukee." apply to any coupon ticket agent. or to J. T. ConSL.. As t (len. Pass. Agt.. St. Paul, Mina. JOametl Publicationm. ORDINANCZ Xo. ta4. An Ordinance to Prevent the carrying at Concealed Weaponsand providing for the punishment therefor. Be it onrained. by the City Council of the City of Miles City: Bza. 1. It shall be unlawful for any erson within the limits of the aid city. to bear concealed upon his person, any dirk, dagger, pistol, revolver, or other deadly wempon. Any p.so violating aconitin thereof, be pnished a tie at not less than ten dolla r more than one hundred dollars. ectio n shall not la M. d ru in th e d i ch a ao vf e br F h 81 3 d u tis s Acting Mayor. [Attest) S. Goan, City Clprk. abe rtmasset Meisdae. Om.e or tra( eoUIrT COa I Or OCvam CoarrM uL.. Crrm, Mont., Feb. 6, t180L Sttendance (includingý maedisb for the tk poior . the count w the es e at this Yalc up toll The board reserves tes right to rdelit orall bds. y order of the BDoed o COsaty L Comamisuloner. A. H. SSwawo Csk ot Dosed. Wheew t. temp se UeStes. Custer county people who visit Hld ena should stop at the New Merchants' Hotel. It is centrally located, run on both European and American plan. at Spopular rates. Good ooms. good table., Sand the Yaursowaroxa Joar It on ile in the reading roo. WHERE ARE YOU ATl If vu ',.n't t;,ke iav'anta'ge of inc very low prices w.e are making on cltlhingj and oiv i rcatn. One II oif in s ciat- Ch,i I $2.75. (Ilin lot of b,v's' coats Choice S.173. ()nc lot of moin's ,\ ercoat'.- (hoice S4.;o. () ne lot of boy's o\ crcoats---(thoicc $3 ()n. lot of boys' ,\crciiat.---Choicc Si.5o. Call carly and gct first chlice. We offer yn,u immense bargaing during this salc. Case, King & Wodzitzki. t'PITrL. ',.I,. 1 R'PLUL icu PROFITS, S U a3MZL. cs OI"Xr, M PlJTwA 4W.&. 11. 1. i.\r ..t il:. . I'rcsidcnt: \VM. IIt MONx, Vicc-Presid~et iF. E. Bi-riil.OK, Cashier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. ntez~me t Paid On Isne Dempoettl la FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, kONTANA. CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, sU, \V.. B. Jl,, lr.es dent. G. M. II ."es. Vice-President. II. B. \W\L~v. Cashier. C. I.. C.ARE, A;ss't Cashier. Draw I)rafts on London. Paris. Berlin. Dublin. Christiana and aR FIorcign Cities at urren t Rates. To New York. Chicago. St. Paul and lfclcna. A6counts of Stockmen, Merchants and Indi. viduals Respectfully Solicited. Ought to fit feet: feet shouldn't be twisted to, fit shoes; that's blacksmithing. There are plenty of sh, e-theories. but on.i one true model ---the natural human foot. Now if all shoes were alike, it wouldn't matter where you bought your shoes. But they are not all alike. so you must put yourself into the hands of the dealer as to qual it-. fit and value. Size price and looks you can tell. That is all you can tell. Time r ,:lst tell thie rest. So your confidence is not in the shoes but in the dealer. We want your confidence. It will not be betrayed. oe. r .Oraa 0. LIST YUR REAL ESTATE Por sale or IRet imw mIt. MAIN MOUNK, e- see #. " &narrV a USUS, agiaslr1, w1 1.. aL * *** mm . . mma. -a -. -a., a.. m Ya -,s.......umsmr .. iM5_ _ J',g *==i