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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO, 135. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS MclNTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY U- - 14' To.-D..v, a reception in honor f the l)aughters of the American Revolution and the ladies of th.i Continental Congress will be: held at the Arlington Hotel in 1W'ashington City. The affiir will be a brilliant social event and the Conlnittt e of Arrangements includes Ad miral Juett. U. S. N., Genceras II. V. IBoynton and Ilratio G..te, Gibson. U. S. A. and other military, naval, official, and so ci.J celebrities. See our nill 0 line of ladic and chidre.,' shoe.. W\el haIl\ added sone fine shoes aitdlgreatly ,nlargeld our she dIc part nient. \. ,solicit your trade in foot ,aear; our quality is right and prices h,". special discount for a fett dav... ()ur Si.So ladles kid is the best thin; for th'e iioneý we have Cn. Spiring \;.lcash goods are w• in stock. Notice of same iater. Cash ou *Lllc~jay. PIH VMltIA(' s. SR. ti. r, taEi.". PI Y.'I('IAN AND ', RGEON. O. e4 at. W. EE. a .agY.' Intm Stctr.. t15ke and P,(iC)lun 1Yh , nSt war Tenth. 08. Whitney. Br DENTII7S. R . J. T Pitehard Hector. UPODLIS C'hntu-h eonu. gleventh and ktreatsa te.i.me at tgeart anud 7 tDp.m.. " Bev. r. G. alem, Pasor W TWN IST (oeb eCone, r m ante lt reet at tavnuoe. ettribe.. a t 11m. CAaa C mhurcb ao the Sacted Heart t ort OCIIRTIEN. L. O . O' 1 r .a ot. , meet. inmo. e ad thlrd Fr - , i (kn- N.I. . 1 eet. at Gi mth. Seat and thb d Thuedaya a r caadtingi and Northlern Pacific Stock Knocked About in Rec:cless Style. (ter++"e ( |;it" l eJ |l tlp t JrHn el t \ I-. t - t :ea- of the Tro"uhle. t.i t: l .1,`. 2tt0. The third clay (f the great battle .etbe.ween imallske tio i lit.eading territry olpined ion thie st.ck ext.lhanei. the slaughter otf rid ay and tlaturdaly .at continuel anti R4ead lmg defenderst weIre roitel.i, hirew. f~st and dragoonts. The openhing of businetss on the grieait mart in Wall street tinlay pirovided ti .le.tiahle sIlih as has INe'eI sitlh.,i or nevei r wmitnse.d. even in that theatltr of exc:itiug eveeits. ( In the slpaieaos lthsr of the exci'hange thi( gLroupis hieh trade in I-eadling and orhtheren 'acitlie aildjoin eaeh other. Loing Itifore the f.leningu the brokers Ih gan Ito gntir tit thewe tw groiups anid dis eIlss the situation. .\way over in an hr part ther part if the ireNInI was a smaller knot of nei.. This wai the New EnFg landl -nrowd. fur it was uinlersttanht that thesq three sttruks wouhl. to a largei ex tent. ,netiolstizte the trading antd the ex eitientnt. When business tinally optned one half of the crowd of brokers in the iexihange. were in these crowlds. While waiting for the drip of the chairmuan's guitel. the brokers stetti alntulst Tl'here was very little of the chaffing and Ialinage often pres-ent Ii.furei the oq*en ingl. .\111 flt that tdlay was ino time for joking. anl that serious Iusinesswas at hand. The lnoillt the ext-hange ilas Ul;pa-w14d for business hiug.l- Ih.eks of hadling were thrown (on the marke.t. andl inside of twelve mIinutes the priee as h -tlll tiwretl dlown I., taints. Iltkilng a total del me srlii e t heill ,lwn. arl IIilllvent l-gait of . 10I Iphilnts. lThe gllries werel tailckel to sulft.-atiin lby an linlilt-e 'roliwl. which was intsriilestl-l and limazedl at what it Saw. Thelii t it' i itiat q tl itn forti eadig was ;IG. ilather that was tlhe first recordted qullottill. for thi, hlowliiig. rized itlcrwd oif niwen dlealing in the sti ck made it ini Issihble to say what the lirst tsale was really aiidte at. For miniUtes the tapl was given 1up to Reading iliotations. When nolt .aed fhr heading. Northern I.litihe (luotailtionls w-ire .ent ,out. IT WA1 1 P.INII'. BIrokers literally tumbllled ver eac.h othl er in their wild ueagerniess to utnliladl. Reading was thrown on the market in lig blodks of fr.mt l.(th to llItt)t shares at a time and snateched up lby the bears at punic prices. Reading first. seeond and third inlcomne Istds dropped a point a minute. Northern Pacific. t. was atlrtedl. and. iowing to the charges made by the investigating committee against Henry Villardl's and the present manage. ment. dropped several poiints. NGIITHERtN IPA('IFIS' ILSn( dropped away in a panicky fashion. This was due to the publication of the report of the stockholders examining committee. calling attention to the ex travagance and mismanagement of the directors. The report was, of course, cabled to London, and the effeet was seen today in the London market, where the stock was quoted 3 points below its closing price here. It closed here onSaturday at 48t, and opened this morning at 43%. The ex citement in the stock was second only to that in Reading, and the panicky feeling was just as strong. rTe P.p's eJubilee. RaOIM, Feb. 19.-At daybreak the pealing of church bells announced the celebration of the pope's episcopal jubi lee. By four o'clock thousnds of pil grim., tourists and eitimens crowded be fore the doors of St. Peter's. Two bat allions of infantry, in full uniform, were drawn up before the cathedral, ready to help the gen d'araes nla preserving order. The crowd swelled steadly, but remained quiet, despite the tremendous pressure cased by some i0O0 ticket holdersina hopelese struggle to pet sear the doors. At ix o'clok the eathe deal doors were opened and the oremost do the crowd swept ia. Within half an hour the great building was pked to the steps. Thirty thousead pigrims and S000 or 30,0 Catholics to this city gained admissio. No fewer than 40,00 perenao were turaned away by the military. The pope eateed the eate dral at 5 pal. but saling, and apper eatly Ia somewhat bstter beith thaw maal. 1Te eatiedel ra. g with tmael tous chearing a the pope was boes toward the altar. His hoi aseolatsd at the emsnd id bilee msea Iatd1 she cr .a cra l !iro fuhi ly ,i.c...t,,d d itl :,'\ rs. T hl. T i,, . 1 in fultr tan, 1 11,:. I im ;euno h, turin althm. IeiumS nhie ,y "i hin,, e ,M.I 'ar. lieinls :ne ohr rs hif th.' . anover.nt. duringl thi filsl and the. eInilrgy of his voice .and geitr.H...s ta IE ihave tinhe Ilessiaigs astonished the ol, phl. Ihe rTemained in the cathedral forty-tive mitnutes after the celebration. and then procee.ted to his alprtments. The .r,.ws dispersed slowly. ~l1l,'i of Po~sI'mn i, Trial .ustin. 5i Ilts.:,cr . Cal.. Feb. 4). Ftor aldst the tenth timei the case of M. I'. ('urtis. the comldian. better known as Suln'l of PoseoN . ison the dkocket trslay of the circuit court. His last trial on the chlar'ge of ting the murderer of Police OTfiher I(rant was interrupted by the ide.ath of a juror. aimnl he has agaiin to go on the rack. (lreat care will Is taken in imipaHnnling the jury. The impres sion is gaining that luIk is with Curtis and tlhat. cveini if uiilty. he will never sutffer plunishment for the clrime. The friends of tihe accusel d all are still tirll in their convliction of his innlocen,.e. nratoir ltNseh. i t.stc:i... N. D.. Feb. "M. W. N. Roach leim.. of ; ralnd Forks. was elect 1e United States senator on the sixty first ballot tolay. Thirteen republicans voted for Reach. .-e e. :'! S.* : ;. lat IL,,ther". L'.,bi " .: . '' '..:: ',--1How iis this. i. ," :. , :. , ,',,!:.:i f asking 1.. .. . .n. t... ....ut.iii whet. 1. iour 4lv." !'t 1. :iv( 1ii" to pIa' ' ::; a v. . i v:;l:t irl -- . "i ot . Halns. I ohave hwl t, tos,' o , m ' .tIh.l r. ('elt:'i tosee ine lhtiy.--i'l ,l . WS'rohtze:lie II.. Ow-n lKIIa. , L -. 1 : p it i ,"l firl :.'hile. learest. Hi,-t-ii',.t h,.av,.+',-! WhV " li--It har im i:: f:u;rih: a little, anl I filue that I ha, ve ' ig yoa u su m iany ex pej" i'e pre- ntts that I would ntit lie able ito pay the taxes oi thiii.-Inhiianapolii .I Eur al. 'rhe ('hicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul railway is the favorite: It is the oblest and was first in the tihll. Its train service is the very best. It is the tirst to adopt improvements. Its sleepers are palaces on wheels. It runs elegant drawing rwm sleepers on all-night trains. Its trains are lighted by electricity. 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 thi government fast mail route. It is popularly styled the "Old Rella bhle." It furnishes safety, comfort and speed to patrons. For information as to the lowest ratee to all points in the United States and Canada via "The Milwaukee," apply to any coupon ticket agent, or to J. T. Cowxtr., Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt., St. Paul. Minn. Weated tt Dimesed. The irrigation convention in Helens was well attended and excited a great Interest. There msemed an almost unanimous sentiment against the Hua man bill and that was knocked out. We wish, however, that it had been disLeas ed in sech a manner as to eliminate the bad features. r. Hltman, the author of the bill, isa very geatlemaely legis lator and had given much attention to the bUill but some portions a t were ob. eectioabie. -- reat Fall Leader. 1eab Sasedieal AWadam.ee. Omrac or wass Cocarr Caa Or COues Con.rer Mtrsa Crrr. Mnt., Feb 6. 1Si.L Seabled pr m fr uMai , md bJ ncew(laacludlag amedic ne othe ~ic por the -ao eachohe as may he csty e, asgs ddoek a.. M demreY Maet p lTeheonrd rseermetthe sght to adest aarwall bkids ltader the eas cd at uwaty A. B. Einuwaea. O#ekdhmr A )adl I aiti re. The Rider-Golly. Sal, does yo' fink yo' kin walk 'crerm dat narrer bridge? The Ridden--Crossing the bridge is nothing! Why. I J . .Y , -"can standl on my hind feet right here, or ,* , "-ven stand oli ,i:te It t I.uly, and" But just then snatlhing haplqned. Truth. JSai Hif .Lucik. "I hear Sil,.ps,,Ii h;.l a streak of bad Inek and has l. ':a I:·lsing mone "." .'Did he lioe. mis,.i?'" "Alwiit *t.i.EuNi." "How did it halsen' " "He fell down a coal hole that was left uncovered aln wasn't hnrt."-De troit Free Press. A iatter of TMnte. -Mrn. B.-I e:nsider 3Mr. Jonsin a very ni.ce fellow. Mrs. A.--I don't. Why. he's not a ii: like iPIIen whvio comlle, to sea' mle. Mrs. B.-WlVll. hl:at is nothing ag;ain.t .hili.--otple. ('lerk-He told ire to go to the devil. oI.ss-Anal w-h:t did yvn do? Clerk-I r.ile' ri:±t back t, yiu. dir. Nw Try This. it will cost you nothing and will sure ly do you good ift you have a cough, cold or any trouble with throat, chest a lungs. Dr. Kings' New Discovery to Consumption. Coughs and Colds h guaranteed tq give relief or money wil paid back. ufferers from Is gripp found it just the thing, and under iti use ad a speedy and perfect recovery Try a sample bottle at our expense a.c learn for yourself just how goon a thin It is. Trial bottles free at Wright'u drug store. Large sie 0We and 1. Cheasp asses. s bs Ianesaratmu . For the inauguration of Clevelanu and Stevenson at Washington on Marei Ith, excursion tickets, reeding via Balti more and Ohio railroad, "The Picture quo Rout.," will be placed on sale at thl ticket oaee of principal raltrids the west, as well as at the ticket -aes. of the Baltimore and Ohio company T fare from Chicago will be $1s.O fo the round trip. These tickets will hi sold from February 9th to March 3rd Inclusive, and will be valid for retur journey until March 8th inclusive. The Baltimore and Ohio is th shurtest route to Washington from nearty all points west. Its trains a vestihbuled a end to end, and oa. Pullman fin[ carn No raitheroad in Ameria. is bstr equipped than the . At. to traaspe with dispatc. alsety,sad emasest the large crowd whifk wil visit Wal,,g s to witaes the Iisaratina easemaies Its long experliese in traspastq cerwds to former i.~lgua.tisap, 0. A. Ecampeanat Kigha Temptr Con claves, ad similar ather a a as astesvse aae. wilt pean as tuaiis in arrangIns for the eining naugpea Per mesa dammiled iluwnaties at Ase a. Ow ,l oee-r A, ý eaLrsqO Oubam a, P. Me OwluL Teas! Teas!. Th"c teas arz put up fr anl shippIed dirct t to us 'rom rapan. Case, King & Wodzitzki. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL. $5o,ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, Sba.s W. ,. J),tix, Fresid..!nt G.M. .I Es, Vice-P'resident. I. B. \\'H . ~ir, Cashier. C. L. C.aRTER, Ass't Cashier. I)raw Drafts on London, Paris, Berlin. Dublin, Christiana and all Foreign Cities at Current Rates; To New York, Chicago, St. Paul and Heclcna. Accounts of Stockmen, Merchants and Indi viduals Respectfully Solicited. S'.PIT.tL. .M:..s . SURPLI' A.x PROFITS. $,04 nAzz..anm CarTC-s, MorW-r&ur.a. 11. F. B.\IIIEI lK.I,. Prcsident; V\\',n. II.\KtRMa , Vice-President; E. E. BI.\iTCH..iK Cashicr. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. ,nterelst p id Oa Tnimse De.po 1,..tl Is the name very appropriately given to shoes that !ack fit and style. No matter how good the materials may be nor how strongly put togather, if they lack these two es sentials they are useless to the wearer. This is especially true of ladies' fine goods. for no lady who is willing to pay S2.5O or more for her footwear will purchase a shoe that does not so conform to the natural shape of the foot as to be comfortable, and which does not show a suffici cient gracefulness of outline to fit the head as well as the foot. This is just where we come in. We never put in a new line of-goods until we are not only convinced that they are THEORETICALLY right, but also have proven by actual trials that they are PRacT .'Lty so, and thns we are in a position to guarantee the fit of our goods. LiST YUR R'EAL ESTAi Pcsr .40 or R00= with jig W1. 1 e S. I II Iw MAC 11. -e I n lit Me, -ro -- aw~gmeume sume, * i. Ie. i-lam. ! " '* 'ua , ' _w . ~ iL~i US?.,,