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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO. 237. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2x, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. Lastern, general Rld local ............ ) . in, tern. fac mail ......... .......... l p. m. ie.ltenr. leni ral and local ........... M tl I. In. Westemr, i. mail...... Mii . :Ia. m. Spearfish. Monda) . W,.ednesda'as and Frldr l.' .............. ...... 7 i:: a.m. Tongue Pii, r. M ndWlay.. WtDlne.r laI d Frid i ....... .... 7 a. . l t urd ...................... p. in Knowltuon. MIlodayi .n Farilli.s... 90 Iit. in. ll.atlford Special. iMonday and Fr llay ........... . . ........ . N ..0 ,. m . ! rla.e H... . 4:Ti ap. in. Oice h.cl-s ............. . 7 . 1in. . ,ncy. ied r cl....i............ +., :. iM. l.try chl. ea...... .7 .: 9 Ip.m. days--Otlic, jil.+ frm. L" to lI. in. orth.rn Pacific Time Table. No . Pacilte .. .............. A: t..In. No.:t. Pacific Mail ...... . II :it p. i. No Exre. Freilght . ...II :'t- I. im. No 'A Way Friglit .. ... :a. 1in. I.EAIE MI·lE ('ITt (i(rll.l EAST. No,. Atlaitic Exr ..... ... ... :: in. No Atlantic Mail .... . i. m. No S Iz;.rEl.. Freiuht i......:. It:I . in. No 1ll Way Freight .. ...... I:l. n. Official Direstory. STATE. M.lemer of I'oDgre. .i . S. HUartilnE.. llo.ie th f}.Pvln,r............ J. I. HlickLirl.. l·hrlin, Liut.4iov ... I......thx .kll . t.ki, ll,. S lecreta..) ( .it , . .a L. ltriwiitt. l.hln Stat. TrE,lleur F- . W. . Wrilth. HIile. Statei .tililor, . . .trew lI. i'. k. lhe., Slup Pul hn. .. E.+It ., tlr:, Hle,,na (thief Jo ,..le . t '. I. ',.:h..rt,,.. ll'l,..: r W h t. Ii Diti. la ttT T IIUEC Dtt i S.urveytor (t l keow .aton.lBalrln (t . atiin l k illicir it .1. I. ilMl. IDle l I lg.'. ltRegi.ter I '. Ml.t . S. (i . r ile l'ii) If ceiter hi T .. . T. II . nlelli. il. l.. ii., l)P4TII 1'. Sitt e.,t, . . , It. Swift. hIEk lk sTear ot l0IFtll State, .i eir ll.l Ii , ' i r;it e, u .u. l tl llionri r . ill u0. J t i .. lil,./'it <)ti'M ll and ,'i r i th,-r . .. .E- . . 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ADMS, Dhtist, Practices all he latest and impgroved mjel hods. Pos of fice block. Mileh City. r4"CI TIGS. A. F. * A. . Yaellowatou o e No. 5 meets Masonic Hall on first and third Wednesdays o~theh month. L O. O" . ('uster Lodger No. 1, meets in their all ewecr Monday night. setin.l Encampment meets firt and thi.d Fri dar of eahe month. K. of P. Crusader Lodge No. 7. meet at Odd Fellw hall on the first and third Thursdays of the monuth. I. O. 0. T. Star of the West meets at Masonic ball every Thursday evening. 0. A. ft. U. S.(irant PostNo. 14. meets at U, Id Pel' we hall on the first and third Thorsadays of the month. A. O. U. W. Tongrue River Lodge No. ti, meets on theM dand 4th Thursdays of each nmoth. S. of V. ('ol. E. Butler Vamp, No.4, meets th second and fourth Saturdays of eacn month. CHt" CH 0t. LPSt OPAL Emanuel Church eor. Palmer and lventh steeta. Services Sunday at II a.m. and l p.m. Holy communion first unday in each month af mori services. Rev. J. T Pritchard, Rector. MODIST hurch cornem r Eleventh and SServices at 11a.m. ad S ,0.. te s incr awv ine at 11 P.m. sad? I l.L P e. Me. Jam. D lap, Psto. ICATHOLIC ('Church of the .ared lHeart Corn t Main and Tenth Streets. S first en s. Ssnday School at tliDp. m. esepcu and asdisatn at ?7 p1m. =3&FVk l Church. corner Teeth and Palmer oest C m L Nwt Iitner preaches nss e rgc and conducts a ,evmiional service ary T 9day orveaing, begoinin at 1 oola.. Drg d-mtltt the s ser..ces An Excited Crowd at Sheeps g head Bay Witnesses the Gallant Flyer's Victory. I The Fat'aeeasn Hrden Murder Trial Eatl n" in the Acquittal of the Are-csd- The Jaury Out OneIr Hour and Twenty Minutes. N:w YotK. June .'O. When the saddling bell was rung to-day there se tenied scarce a space unoccupied. Ther the flyers camle out and strippeld for tht a. parade. and it was well worth craning necks to see. There was Lamnp Lighter i the favorite. with depth of girth, wel knit muscles. strong legs. tine as a fiddle ready to retrieve his failure in the Ircxik lan handliicapI: tbut tie was not the onlh Sone the s.ec(tator. aplroved of. Therei i 1 was lianqucet. whi ranil i ile and aii qlar Ster on it straight tr;ctk at Monmlouth ir I!M. with t", n, t s l its 2":(Q t. fit i \wa, uly thu'C years ol, then. Anothei a i ilhe shoelc e hc hl hnt lost in Peed r when hce rall a Iinle antl a quarter fo(r the Standard stakesat MorrisPuark in 2:(45 i 'Then there was lIceteland. tacked ,by iany wlho remenisredl his victories isj times past. A dlangereous horse is that king ol sprinters. I)r. lHasbircn k. tas like!y lh,k ing as any in the bunch As Pe.ssars pranced up in front of thei. stand it ast said prhobably this was another of ('mplbell surprises. Pessara is truly at lunkniown quanltity. Thent came Mars t( upholt the' hionors of the Miorris stabil iln the. aicCitni'e f h.iucicll. who has a bit1d leg. ('harade. Lo,wnder aulnd Territfie we're Inot particularly attractive to thet ri'rowld. as it w\as believed their charince, fur winlnilng were slim. Thei English hoirse. Iddllsleigh. 'anle in fcor consider I ale coiuiillent. lie' is a big. liong. rangy cehestnut and a fair race horllse. He ha never wnti at Sublurban distance and is not up with the Suhurban class exactly The Pepiier looked formidahle and had a many friends. SHe:e;HSeanH.ni. hA. June 20.-Lampi lighter wins the Suburban; Mars b1. Iddlesleigh :kld. Neuw Yotu. 5:48 p. in. An unofficial dispatch frIomn Sheephead Bay sayl Lowlander led all the way in the Subur ban race and won easily. Time. 2i-.'-3-5 Lislte .orden Arqalttedl. NEw BtuIFonH. Mass.. June W_.---A the opening of the oHarden trial th morning District Attorney Knowlton r sumed his argument in behalf of tt commonwealth. He addressed himse to the motive for the murder. HI pointed out the enmity of Lizzie tower her stepmother as a sufficient motih for her murder, and said her killing n: cessitated the killing of her father. stern man who knew of the enmity an loved his dead wife. The only way fc Lizzie to possibly escape punishment I in killing her father. The theory we the only one which would consistentl account for the double murder takin place in a period of an hour and a ha between the acts. The speaker conti ued. arguing that the silk drem pep duced by . the defendant was not tt dress worn at the time of the murde The two versions of the burning of Jd tendant's dress were irreconcilable. I .discussed the defendant's conduct simn the murder and' declared that the stor of the quarrel, told by Matron Rega and afterward denied by her, about th quarrel between the Borden sisters, wa true. He said the production of th hatchet was no part of the government case. and closed with an eloquent appea to the jury. The court then took a recess. On r assembling the defendant was given a opportunity to speak. She said: "l at innocent. but I will leave my case i your hands and with my counsel." Jut tice Dewey then charged the jury. I defined the different degrees of murdel stated that the presumption of innocenc was increased by defendant's characte and that there must be a real and opt rative motive. 4 p. rn. The jury has acquitted Linal krdten of murder, after being out on hour and twenty minutes. Ibrwad.l Is The Yeltwateae. La~cts.., June 19. R. C. Lamoure as Edward Purvis were drowr.din the Yel lowetone rive rhere about 9 o'clock thi morning. Both men wese employed ii handling the ferryboat. and while mat ing a crossing the boat was swamped it an eddy. straining the cable natilit gas way. The men jumped from the boa into the water, and being unable ti make any headway agaleht the swit current, were drowned before aid coa reach them. Charles Abehire, a psses ter, remained with the hsat until stru rak a pier of a ailroadl brilg, . a - hundr, d feet below. anl capsizedl. was fortunate erough to secure a plat and after floting nearly a mile bek succeeded in reaching the shore safe The river is very high at present and hope is entertained of securing 1 bodies until the water lowers. T?.etacb e Cr.dl qaaisy. A European dentist is said to have h great success in curing toothache witt five or six minutes, and often in 14 time, by applying one pole of an elect] static machine to the troublesome toe ind the other pole to the body of the I tient. In 76 cases thus treated by h only three are said to have been unsat e lactory.-Elert ical Review. n infidelity gives nothing in return I Swhat it takes away. What, then. is worth? Everything valuable has a co: penuating Ispwer. Not a blade of gri that withers or the ugliest weed that flung away to rot or die but reprodan something.-Chalmers. In the five or six months of the ye e during which the sardine fishery lut something like 600,000,000 of these lit fish are caught off the coast of Britta alone. r It is instanced as one of the curiosit' of the memory that people who km Jlnug pieces of verse by heart frequent cannot remember their teleprlh e nwn ler. It is a behef of tisherulel t it the finl ,.-eniztuIs of the deel are i .:iest a: f ite mIost ir-ely during th,, `-,ar or fi Ptys followi:ug the tOMf's imrst quarto A curious grass grows in ('.eylon, t Sl wuliairity about which i- tilat when has attaiuc.l a cer;:.iu lc-gthi it takes fi ) by want::1ý"ne s r¢ol.nll:i I strength and Health. If you are not feeling stro.ng a I healthy. try Electric Bitters. If " r ripel" has left you weak and wev Suse. Electri, Hitters. This remedy ai s lrectly on liver, stoma'ch and kidne; Sgently aidlin. those organs to perfoi their functions. If you are afflict with sick headache. you will find spee and permanent relief by taking Electi s Hitters. One trial will convince v a that this is the remedly you need. Lar bottles only 5(k.. at Wright's Drug sto SLlrene Notice. Having assumed the duties of ci treasurer, all persons owing or requiri city licenses are hereby notified th I they must settle at once. s (io. W. ALLEHTON. * City Treasurer, Rae MNeeting Privilcrg. Sealed bids for the pool selling. IN t and lunch privileges at the Miles Ci driving park during the Fourth of Ju races, will be received by the unde signed until Saturday. June 17th. at f I clock p. m. The privileges to be b for separatly and cover the .3rd. 4th at I :th of July, 18. 'or any extra day < ,days to which the races may be poe poned. A certiftled check payable to tl undersigned. and in amount equal to te d per cent of the bid. must accompal r each proposal and the successful bidM4 will be required to pay the who amount bid, on or before noon of July 1803. The certified checks of unsucces full bidders will be returned to them. . H. M. MoaAN. Secy. C. C. H. F. & 8. Ass'n. iyl.el. iesads, Attentio. Purchaser wanted for a Victor Who -Pneumatic or Victor Arch tire. Nol second hand wheel, but fresh fhom tl factory of the Overman Wheel Co. model of 18am. Will be sold cheap f4 cash. Apply at this office. * The Grard Central Railroad station, Chicago, is being fitte up for hotel purposes during the world fair. This magnificent fire proof struc ure located at the corner of Harriea street und Fifth avenue in the ve! heart of the city, will devote the 3rd, 41 and 5th floors to this purpose. It wi be run on European plan; each roe will have hot and cold water, electr lights and hbe steam heated. The ofI and ladies' parlors. etc., will be locate on the third floor and the building wi be supplied with all modern coaven ences. There will be from 100 to ( rooms for guests. This acquisition to the hotel tacilitd of Chicago will be appreciated by the who wish to be safely housed in a lb proof building, conveniently located i self.Thos desiring accommodations ca secure them by addresing Mr. T. I Cliford, the manager, at Chicago. T hotel will be opened May 1it ,1 . The Grand Central station is the Chl ago depot of the Northern Pacific ra road (Wisconsin Central division) an by taUkng that through ar line to tb world's fair city, visior will avoid I discomfort at tranfer of themselves an baggage throwh the city. From thi staton trainsu diect to the World Fair grounds during the day. Cuas. 8 PS. G. P. Agt. N.P. R. nt Rushquill sourly. * you said you won S"Hert is. Henry" rAwe pliet the editk." i ly. tl. submittin f no be idi r drss.-C o -Lif.Tribune. Lady of th Hu Little Hr y, I wa Wouhen I gave you *i to do hoverp th r i morning. Lutinda." sa.ill him til sourlyend me four said , of ug i twrinish el of buggtiter and a syarcake i edit..rird." LiHeri't t is. H'cnry." o pite. tmaree iti wife sy: eetly. subtulitin fir his iuspe tshoeblack. s I am and ourf til et hi praoted to boycor te arlerine of her n Sdrs russet shoes.- ston TranscriptTri e. le A yepartt. . can't take th H jokeus " sae-Littld the edI t's ton done. rrand for me. Go onever do a Mr. Margernue's ni-russ the way and to we thin . to sei ofie thatour lals beof e lv twi ohen yof hutter and a yeast cakie. n_ Little BIuy-Can't do it. ari. I'mu ahoeblck. If yu reject itnd. ou wiet h voted to boycott Margerine 'cause I iy wears rasset shoes.-Boston Transcript eR epartee. r. "I can't take this joke." said the edit.i "It's been done, and we never do an le thing in this office that has been dot re *'The'n you'e got toi take it." ... Wiagg. "If you reject it. you will Ist d in what has been done )bfore."-Trut oul elentcly Tough. y Aspiring Youth-You advertised for college graduate to assist you. to Publisher-Yes. Did you ever ph football: "l Um-yes-thousands of times." l "You'll do. We want a t.'u to pedd. . books."-Good News. Ambiguous. e. It is qui.estionable whether a Bernm'an. sey butter man sold much of his "'p eiality." a huge tub of which was di played in his shop window and labelei ty "Best Butter lOd. per lb. Nobody Ca ig Touch it."--Tit-Bits. at - New to Her. Kiss Penstock-1 am goitng over 1 Paris this year to see if I cannot gi something decent to wear. Miss Pinkerly-You have never bho there before, have you?-Exe uang' A Littl e Girl's Experearc la t I.ilt y omse. Y Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are kee era of the gov. lighthouseat Sand Beac Mich. and are blessed with a daughte d four years old. Last April she was ta d en down with measels. followed with ir dreadful cough and turning into a fe er. Doctors at home and at Detrr e treated her, but in vain. she grew won n rapidly, until she was a mere "handf of bones",- Then she tried Dr. Kien New Discovery and after the use of th 'r and a half bottles, was complete e cured. They say Dr. King's New Di covery is worth its weight in gold. y you may get a trial bottle free at Jot Wright a Drug store. The World's Pair-What It Mears. It means that from May 1st unl Oct. 31st there will be on exhibition Chicago the triumphs of all the age The rarest and choicest specimens of ti 1 handiwork of man from the nations Sthe earth will be there to instruct ax a delight. That for six months Chicago will 1 r the most qrmopolitan spot on the glob That the American people will ha. the wonderful opportunity of mmnglit with and observing the habits at d characteristics of the people of every n a tion in the world. t- That 'rillages" of the different forei. n countries. constructed by and made , y entirely of people direct from su h countries. will be a most interestir II feature of the fair. n That the American citisen, of wh c ever foreign birth or parentage. ma a carry himself back again to the land a his origin b visiting and studying the That a few days or weeks spent the World's Fair will be worth years 0 travel. That this is the grandest opportunil a the Amerisa peopl have ever had f interesting study and pleasure. as Sthat atrtpto Chicago during the ta m six aaths would be the event of a li thime. SThe Chicag. Milwaukee A St. Pa Railway oe rs the best and ost tr ut traieserv from St. P. -_ a b rat e tickeots vsria as t A or ke- e Government's Fast Ms ULin, or addrses J. T.. Ceoas., SAsst. Ges. Pass.A , l St. Peal.o Norv-Wites for a C. . t St. 1 t Workl's Fair foler. It gives fall pa ' tilars as to how to vilt the Fair as S'and what It wiI cost * an oliers .Attention!t.. nla of 06at OT h Aiw with each Pipe purchase ,rade this week. ' "ave Tou eeza It? Cor:ne ad ed.e That display of Pipes at Case, King & l'oodzitzki s. The finest, b selected and largest assortment of Pipes ever brought to Miles Gi If you want a good Pipe cheap come and get it. If you want a gel inc .Meerchaum Pipe, plain or fancy, with or without Amber moi piece, come and get it. You can get any kind of pipe you wa r Alsr fine line plain and fancy Cigar Holders and S;mokers Suppli Case, King & Wodzitzki. '\. B. JoI)ANx, FPesident. G. M. MILES, Vice-President. H. H. V'ILE., Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass': Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. S MILES CITY, MONTANA. }le CAPITAL, $50,0oo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $0o,4 1Dirctozra a V. B. JORDAN, GEO. M. MILES, H. B. WILEv, J. W. STREVELL, HErix TUSLEk, Jso. CAkTER, F. C. ROBERTSON. laterest Pamid on Time Depot11 ('APIT o. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. S STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BAN • 'TTl -llW= l CM4`I'ZY , MO"tO ©M'TLWA d: H. F. BAT(HEL.OR. President; E. H. JouH.sox, Vice-Prest. "o E. E. BATCHELOl. Cashier. SCITY ANID COUNTY DEPOSITORY. .t, Izt~terc t 3P"Cl Osa Time 33loiorrdrL11, p b. SMen's Refora Underwear it Latest in the American Hosiery Co's manufacture. Iy : New invoice of Choice Goods that we will sell at Eastern Cash Prices. II .. 1.8I. 'POT' 1 iB t eb 4OO3. he The Clmlnd Thread Tire d 5- 3 'p ni 19 t. I,. So St Sr d It I d the wSde Weshwd 13 the *laing in s stls ea Z glo S.fniThe i b e y I- Inengmane,-mwar .eaW b