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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO. 229. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MIAILS ('LOSEE. ltsternl,,grn." l and I-l. -.. vI. '.n.I tI..tI* Mtern, R ,"ncraill ···.... ..a..... ý:,L', p. n,. Weste.rn, fuant maiil. . ..., ... +:I:,t. on 8Retr.3 Friulat,,~.... ..:..a n Toeatirna. iti..,,,. M~i, W t.3,.i-. dayrd Frid3ay.s.... 7 :: a. m. Ktnwit.Re. M.. ··.... n. )I''II1· Friciw... . . MOney ml,3..r ci........ ...... Sp . -4 It Il. t Knnall ltn -. ic~ruI) 4 alndn. i!.r, . 30. 3l p3 Northernt Pacific Time Table, 3ESd. c IilE L.i...... .... . . . . 4.T N..)1 PiEntle3'xj -, 3i~ ,,.. 33iwFti . ... 33 .'I Na.A. W. S,, 1,t:,3,'.t Official Directoryi LI~~' ·II3~r Li t' IL. ut-b. 330N. tien.i:3 Nn1 a ifi Ex r 3, .. -k " 3,3....m SS 11xy Fr."lt,, All . in u.t. 3 ni t iitlr.. I:. ,,r Nn 33t Ill V t 11.t ft.. Is)iF-3 , 4. - r. --- - Ii'" n: M:'itrri n ... .t £ 33 ' ll,3. 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Mile» (ity. RHI['REHl. 8tPIS'OPAL Emanauel Church cor. Palmer and t streeta. Serviem Suhal at 11 a.. ad Sp.m. Hol communion frst yay ineach mth after mrning servies. Rev. J. T Pritchard, Rector. METHODIST ('hurch corner Elventh and Plsasant streets Servyiee at 11a.m. and 7:alp.m.. Prayer meeting Wednesday even JnAs. Rev. o. C. Boylan, Pastor. PRRSBYTERIAN ('onurcb Corner Main Street and Montana Avenue. Services Sundays at !1 a.m. andr 7:3 p.m. Rev. Jeot. Dunlap. Pastor. CATHOLI'C Church of the Sacred Heart (riert of Main and Tenth Streeta. Services first tnd third Sundays of the month. High Mass at Me9 a.m. Stnday Sheool at 2 P. p. m. Vespers and Henediction at 7 . p.m. BAPTIST ('hurch, corner Tenth and Palmer Street. Ngo testor. Poet tChaalain I. Newton lRttuer preachtes (ocee each month and c.Inducts a devotional service every Thurtiay erening, beginnineg at 7%0 o'clock. Durting l.ad-winter these services ara snspe.ndel. SOCIETIES. A. V. A A. X. Yellowatona Lodse No. U6 meets at = Man Htall on first and third Wednesdays 4 . r. s( o Lodgem No. i. masets In desoart tla t d ei, ý ,!' r ..dIb C Lea No. alts at Odd SA3. U. S. Pest. Ito. m at bal o a thIn t and aa 4. O t T. Iar Camp. N.w4. meets th /toea(Wa raleadays of aown wath.. AiUoll1' PENSIONS. Commissioner Lochren Lays Down a New Set of Rules for Pension Claimants. . ste.r S~'I .h i l. I l'e*) rt tl. .iwaleie liettul the. er"s1-on bIýI IsIhter n.-,tI i.arg.l-. 1'.1tl .erNrr :.. hle ]l°. Judg'!l " is'h I r(l. Comlllllmis oio .r of li.l"siilns. With tii.o approval f of a u r ,tary i lke Smith. has issued the filhowing iin;.ortaUt rtder as to the adjudiicatiii i ai liing of rates for pIension: 1. .1I cl aim . f l'r .lnl,t Ilnliu er the se. ild .is ti i t of thi. ai of tJuiHi ''7. ITI ', Scaln onliy he alliield upin, prlief ot lien tatl r ph.slieiia l ,il.hi ly of a . i (ir a etlla 4'tllH 'lilt t i l'r I1+ L ii iiicit ratl I j'ficlf llial ln " lchuraeter. not t rlth ul ofr elaiwutina 1"(1' 11' l vt'itc l }; Io h .ait.. l ut' w'; it;t111 .; hiuh for l, , peirf orl ar, oif rllant I ,lai i.ll such Idegrta. as to a' terhrt,, l hauiiale to earn supp. rt. :,. n1 w.1 i:e in jury or disability ar:. as such. have pL",nenable. rating aultr that n.t. anr be cn.sideret otherwttis. than thatl it a'fe.ts the ml~ucityc of claimllant to perforil, iordenaty Imanal labor. :. Proof that disablily is not the re suit iof claianilts hieious habits is re quisite; therefore thecausi u(lt .iru-um stance ,f t riin -of disability shoili Ibe sho'al by the er vi .enIe furnishid ii support of tlhe claim for penion. so far us can Ie dln. anI by pera.liS other than ciltiiant. 1. T, give 'lai-a;t a itpenw nabl. satus uilder thi list. htaubility must ibe uc-h its to i,-apracitate hil, front the ierftliailit . oif llialual l ib iil sucLh ide ree is to Inlit"r hin, unable tof earn its f ,jrt. if the act rectgilires tiitfer 'eesi in the degree of such lfensionable lisalbility. giving 1f2 per month in caset, of the grtatest and t; per month in IIses of the lt~'est degree ,r such pen onahl,e ,iisabtiity. rendering claimant unable to earnl support by manual labor. t also pro- ides for intretiediate ratings proisrtioned to internmediate degrees of =uch iensionable disabilitv. Proper ratings under this act will. herefore, be made in accordance with .uch rules for rating as the medical referee shall prescribe, subject to the pproval of the commissioner. IAi)T HIS MD-4Iau1 I.o4)T HI MONEY. A ~,ldie.r Haw Pour Men Arrrrlut for Irulginalg adl Roihbilg HMim. From the unusual activity manifested by the officers of the law on Saturday it was evident (luring the entire day that they were on the track of some crime of more than usual interest, but nothing became public until after 6 p. mi., when Chief Jackson and Under Sheriff Thur. man arrested Patrick Reddy, a dis charged soldier. A few minutes later John Donnelly, barkeeper at the Grey Mule saloon, was captured, and then Benjamin Davis. an other habitue of the same place, was taken into custody. About 9i0) o'clock Ben Simimons better dnown as "Blinky Ben," proprietor of the Grey Mule, was also arrested and the full extent of the charge became public. The complainant, Robert Usines worth, a soldier at Fort Keogh, avers that last Tuesday evening he dropped into the Grey Mule saloon on Park street, and while there he was drugged and robbed of about 8165 in lawful money of the United States. He accuses the four men named of the crime, and County Attorney Loud drew a com plaint for conspiracy, thinking that un der it he might be better able to get at the full facts in the case. While the extreme penalty for the offense is only six months imprisonment, the law per mits great latitude in the introduction of evidence, and the result will probably be more satisfnetory in the long run than if a graver offense was alleged. Donnelly. Davis andi Redd were ar raigned before Justice (;ibb, and then committed until 2 o'clock this afternoon. and as soon as Simmons was taken in to custody his case was also continued to the same time. the bonds being fixed at $1,000 each. None of the accused could get the necessary signatures and remained in jail over Sunday. When the case was called up to-day Mears. Strevell & Pbrter gave notlee that they would oppear for Simmons, Donnelly and Davis, while Reddy was without counsel, whereupon the matter was coatinued until 10 o clock tomor row morning to give the attorneys an opportunity to look into their case. Dr. ?ownmeud womls. Persons troubled with any afliction of the eye are reminded that Dr. Townsed I of Billings will be at the Macqueen I house on Wednesday next for consulta tion and treatment. One day only. * Report ,co:cerniug tn. Miles City tthltIs for the tmouth enrdingiJune 2, 1493: .;I:i.: I-Miss Olds, teacher. Enrollm ent ........ . ... ................. Sru'el sI' , nenIlltl .rthli p ...... . .... . 19.I... Avn.ra.hi dlailly ttelllnd c.. ........... . .1.%) e !',"r t t I f attel l a ce ...................... . .97..1i (' aw.of tanlinre........ ......... . Pitr Cl.. of Il lllrr tuality.. . ....... ......... ..:. \... I ltlr swait hwr a lln t n Il"r tardy ...... 14 Honors: -Rank 1 Edla F'arnum and : Ton.ni Nevitt: Rank "2. (;e*orge Deck Srt. Rank 3. Lillie Sorenson. IIta:.Ir'. II A\t u I .t Miss Steiner. teacher I:lr nt .'mtt..... . . ....... ..... I • I V+ r st . wIllulhlsri... hi. .... ....... . .. :t·.. . I.v.ra." ,aily attenin c. ..... .. Plr lr. lt, f. attl.llll; ... , a . ,., of tllrlinet. ... .. .. . . . . . . .. '.r .tt ,f ..lllillity. ....... ...... .. . ..+; .. illl it i ll r r.ll .rllt lr tardy.. ..... Honors: -(Grade 2. IRank 1. latti. 'Ttronly. Rank2.Winnie Nevitt. Itunk ::..\la E arnest. Gradellt I.I n1k k i, Niit. Tiasku. Rank 2. Lorenzo Merrill. Rank :1 . )atel Keklley. ::m i. t .11 iss lrowlv.. tacher. \ i.ra , Tall ,Ir..r.hi. . . .. ... .... .. ! S , .tl .... n..... . ... Per c.nllt of ellltt tualittl +......... ..... ..9.1 -.t. Ilpul'i tlw iller ;albl.lt nlor turll.y........ ": Htionors:- Itank 1. Mattie Reeee. Iuank 2. V'erna O'Neal. Rank :3. ich urdl Hlarlion. u.cIni..s v .\tNI VI Miss Iltenrett teachher l t.r n!l. llll t r s .. . ...... . . : .\r is . "'jl tlll,. thur~ llI . .t.. .. ....... ;.;( \It ra . t ily , . tllllt lC, ,... ... ......Z;,s Plr ,lte t of ;:tt, laulIc" ... . .... .......... 4,1.1 I it-,- iof tlil .... ........ 1·',r c In|t flr pII(nctuli ty . ... !.":I N . puplll il. IIw ither ; il,.. it l tr tarl. .. .. 1. ltonors: (;rat h.. Hank 1. Iertha tlinds. Rank 2. E:thel W.ar. r. Iank :1, lulu EItrnest. (;raidt I;. Itank ;. Edna Shy. hank 2. lUllisa ( ;anlord lItnk I May iHarrington. * in. I Iwad VIII Wi .I ;.)arbt.teachcr P.r cent ,of Ittenlauce ..........t!t.2. I'la.., ..f tartir ,+. ...... .... ...... .... 14 P.r cen.it of punctualit ...... ............4.9..24 NI.. pupil. ,ith r h rab+.llt nor tart. y...........+ Hlonors: - Grade 7. Rank 1. Bee Sar tain. Rank 2. Lizzie Hinds. Rank :. Hattie Watson. Grade 8. Rank 1. Allie Holt. Rank 2. Edith Morrison Rank 3. Grace Ireland. a(;.mDs Ix, x .DNI XI- Misses Olds and IBrown. and Wm. M. Weeks, teachers. Enrollm ent........... ......................12 Arveragememersh.ip..........r........... ... Average daily attendance ................... 1.42 Per cent of attendance..................5'.15 ('a.es of tardiness .... ............... . 1 Per cent of punctuality............ .....99.70 No. pupils neither absent nor tardy ......... 7 Honors: -Grade 9. Rank 1. Robert Davidson. Rank , plerbert Steadman. Rank 3, Emily Kennedy. Grade 10. Rank 1. Verna Hinds. Rank 2., Tom Wear. Grade 11, Rank 1. Sallie Holt. SUMMARAY: Eurollmentt...... ........................... Averae metmberlhip .......................t1. Average daily attendance ... ..............155.10 Per cent of attendance ................... I94.44 Cases tf tarlines ........... ................. . Per cent of pnnetuality...... ........... 9t.4 No. pupils neither absent nor tardy........ 82 .Enrolment for term ........................ Rank is determined by averaging at tendance. punctuality, deportment and scholarship. Clee Morrison and Mabel Reese of the third grade were present and punctual d at every session of school during the year. Respectfully submitted, W,. M. WEK,s. Principal. The Grand Central Railroad station. Chicago, is being fitted up for hotel purposes during the world's fair. This magnificent tire proof struct ure located at the corner of Harrison street und Fifth avenue in the very heart of the city, will devote the 3rd. 4th and 5th floors to this purpose. It will be run on European plan; each room will have hot and cold water, electric lights and be steam heated. The omce and ladies' parlors, etc. will be located on the third floor and the building will be supplied with all modern conveni ences. There will be from 100 to 200 rooms for guests. This acquisition to the hotel facilities of Chicago will he appreciated by those who wish to be saely housed in a fre prood building, convenintly located It. self Those desiring aeommalod ns can secure thern by addressing Mr. T. P. Oflbred, the malnager, at Chinsge The hotel will be opened May lMth, 188. The Grand Central ation is the Chic ago depot of the Northern Pacific rail road (Wisconain Central division) and b taing that through ar line to the orld's ir city. vetoms will anid the discne.fort traner of theselves anod beggge through the citr. Feem this itetic trains run direct so the Wends Parr gmrende during the day. asaes. a FP. o. . Ay.t N. P. R.. Yesterday was rather warns. but it was pleasant just the. saie. and the bi cycle. Ixyr went out foIr a long run. Half a dozen or so of thenm went as far as the damn. but Henry Smith and Allie Mc Kenzie went up to Ilckett'n. 21 miles from town. and coming back had dinner at Tom (ray's. They all did well going up. but dire disaster followed in their wake on the way home, and abolut half of the bunch had to charter Paul Jack son to haul them hnome. while Fred Stein had to leave his bike at the dam,. hanging on a Iush. while he walked to Jackson's. all because he and lHenry Smith had a first-classacollision. Henry's machine was crippled. but not seriously disabled. Fred N,.wlanls. the latest freak in the bicycler business, broke his chain, ind was thereby left on foot. but riding n Paul's waigoll weas goood enliough for Ilar.e Market. J. .. Cooper. cotrnlission salesman of ors'es. Union Stock Yards. Chicago aye: Serious tinancial complications Ipened the inarket IMondlay practically lead and lifeless; so, far there has been t reclove ryv. Private selling has beer. totally out of he question and the sales at auction lave been at large concessions. equal to .) per head all round. Vie'wing the market from the present tail lpoint a v ery' conservative course 1ust il plursued nltding the unsettled *onliti, ' of atl'e's generally. ('uurtry buyers must not only goslowq out EIuSt wore particularly buy only htie. conIessio,ns are tmade equivalent o the shrinlknag here. It valrnot e,. sait that there- is at pres rt - demand for any class. The nextl .ale ,,f range horses will he n .JI ,, .21st. .: .. " .r, / talc lorlmon Temtlph. r. ,;f t.- M, rms,:. t,.. ,: g.s .: ...r ..i :yst,ry about it. U1, t lat, i., a i:t the faithful have bih.-t: aii latl I ,. itn cacrel precincts, ant nmthe if the inquisitive Gentile reporters are :ilowed to cuter. As a matter of fact. here are portions of the interior which I leers s.,Cred s wans "The Holy of Holies" n the d::'s of the temple constructed sy thle w. e oM vof David.-C. M. Jackson SHa:-l prc's Weekly. .Spe'rimntu Ca..s, S. H. Clifford, New Castle, Wis., was -oubled with neuralgia and rheuma sm, his stomach was disordered, his ver was effected to an alarming degree, ppetite fell away, and he was terribly sduced in flesh and strength. Three .ttles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepard. Harrisburg. Ill.. had running sore on his leg of eight years anding. Used three bottles of Electric utters and seven boxes of Bucklena' nica Salve, and his leg is sound and ell. John Speaker. Catawba 0O.. had tive rge fever sores on his leg, doctors said a was incurable. One bottleof Electre itters and one box of Bucklena' Arnica lre cured him entirely. Sold at John 'right's drug store. The Wderd's Fair-What It t em. The Wor's Fair-What It t esas. It means that from May 1st until Oct. 31st there will be on exhibition in Chicago the triumphs of all the ages. The rarest and choicest specimens of the handiwork of man from the nations of the earth will be there to instruct and delight, That for six months Chicago will be the most cosmopolitan spot on theglobe. That the American people will have the wonderful opportunity of mangling with and observing the habits and characteristics of the people of every na tion in the world. That "villages" of'the different foreign countries, constructed by and made up entirely of people direct from sucq countries, will be a most interesting feature of the fair. That the American citizen, of what ever foreign birth or parentage, may carry himself back again to the land of his origin by visiting and studying these foreign "villages." That a few days or weeks spent at the World's Fair will be worth years of travel. That this is the grndeet opportunity the American have ever had for Interesting study and pleasure, and tlat a trip toChicao during the next ia mouths would bethe event of a life time. tesat e ia s fI hmSt. Phl and to Thaheh lgla --ta s ey letrcity. The mast prhbam dtoihesrvlkne ted O gesa biAe o kn. G seovn t' P'ast ai aes r address J. T. Om..ar, Aat. Gwn. Pass. . t St. Psal. Nor--Write feor a C. Y. A St. P. Worlds Fair folder. It gives fell par letas as to how to visit the Fair and ad WV It will emt. mttezitol rs hl off Thmll Sia Away with each Pipe purchase made this week. Save You Ieen Xt? Oome and me. Et. That display of Pipes, at Case, King & \1oodzitzki's. The finest, bet selected and largest assortment of Pipes ever brought to Miles Gity. If you want a good Pipe cheap come and get it. If you want agema- t inc M.eerchaum Pipe, plain or fancy, with or without Amber mouth piece, come and get it. You can get any kind of pipe you want, \lso fine line plain and fancy Cigar IHolders and Smokers Supplies. Case, King & Wodzitzki. Men's Reform Underwear Latest in the American Hosiery Co's manufacture. New invoice of Choice Goods that we will sell at Eastern Cash Prices. C1. . OTW0BT11 cAs C:O. 'APITAL .:, URI'LUs .\.D PROFITS. gS11 STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK ,,- C7i , mco, .0 . . .k H. F. BATCHELOR, President; E. H. JOHNsox, Vice-Prest.; E. E. BATCHELOR. Cashier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. Enatere t Paid Onz WClne m e p aso e W. B. JoRD.Sy, tcsidcntI G. M. MILES, Vice-President. H . WILEY, C(a.hier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $Soooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, Ig4Me Direct*orm W. B. JORDAN, GEO. M. MILES, H. B. WILEY, J. W. STREVELL, HE.Rv TUSLER, JNO. CARTER, F. C. ROBERTSON. te.s-a.t Paeid on ~Tie 1aepovstl The Cleveland Thread Tire is aseaid ht by 3d*u *- te gt Ti l the w mb. 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