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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO. 254. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS
POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. "
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504 I ETI ES.
A. F. It A. M. Yellowatouat tule No. 26 meets
at Manmic~ tHat ou. tirt and third Wednesdays
of each month.
1. 0. ft F. t u.ter Lodgee No. 13, meets in
their hall every Monday night.
Sentirol Encamponot meets tirt and thi.d Fri
day of each mounth.
U. of P. Crusader Lodlge No.;7. meets at Odd
Fellows halt on the first and third Thursdays of
1. 0. G. T. Star of the West meets at Masonic
ball every Thursday eveniug.
0. A. K. U. S. t;rant Post. No. 14, meets at Odd
Fellows halt on the first and third Thursdays
of the smooth.
A. 0. V. W. Tongue River Lodge 4No. 25. meets
on theld sad 4th Thursday. of each mouth.
*. of V. Col. E. Butler Caump. No. 4. meets th
seeood and fourth taturdays of eosn masth.
£PI8C/OPAL Emanuel Church co.Palmer anud
Slermioth streets. Services Sunda; at 1t e~.and
1 pam. Holy cosmnmunimon first omlay in ec
moueth after rnn T Pritchard, Rector.
METIODIST Chsurch corber Eleventh sand
Rev. J. butt Miller. Pastor.
Chretisa AjdavsSem.t m eeets mONW har
inetousse to one her
I THO UC Chureh of es Saored HRarnt Uoquer
stud Ids odlolino atE 7 dpA.m
. .t . - ea d Palmer
DA s Newtona Riser prouhe.asr
o'rseect. be serves.
WAS A FIRE TRAP.
The Burned World's Fair
Building Had Been Con
demned as Unsafe.
Ol4I. .tlearn Flregss.n Were KittelI The
otlhrr. We'rre Workutmntnd (ul Con
Ctnwr .1.J 11 . The venter otf at
tr titi. at the WVrblti i-air this ilmorn
iing ' ast the ruins of the vulhl sttngite
huibulinju .h. ur tal ytst lu-,u y.with its feat
fil results mall IosM of litIS. Telu thous
a i peopl a gather rl ar tu . ther el aris
this nevrning wastehing the s.* urch whwhr
10I goln in fur It i- hohiesu f tht tae
Inus. La rl% this nmrtning three unire
i t 'S wl t r toI ttreit trout t1 rui ii.
hamily ,-hmrral, as to make trecogniti a, nn
. isi the. Ihaunu the fal t that -l a - of the
bodties Iliwl on i ea uther heft. -arrling a
pair of pineers, it is believ~ed that the
lietiat %;a, in; eh trif lil nll'iI. TI 111
ti pets the ,ltstiin. In' t ni y
ph-rsons h sitles Ilhe lirt a l' tIl till hir
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aryLI.Iltig.tiI1. ; The torolor Ials
hi undoerettiales tei- tihat phlzi of the
urneid lu iblig tulkll for "t e lath. hut
that other plane. suhsqutntly itaopted,
allowed of w(.let lath. of which the
building was constructed. (Great crowds
surrounded the morgue all day.
Mayor Harrison is arranging to re
ceive subscriptions for the families of
the unfortunate tiremen. World's Fair
officials have also approved the sugges
tion that all pass holders next Thursday,
on entering the grounds, deposit the
amount of admission to the fair for the
same purpose. On the assembling of
the National Commission. President Pal
mer expressed the opinion that there
were several buildings from which it
would be impossible to take people in
case of fire if the elevators were affected,
and suggested the inspection of build
ings on which the public is In the habit
of going, and a resolution to that effect
passed; also a resolution of respect for
the memories of the dead.
Seauaberaer. the Murderer. taught.
Casno. X. D.. July 11. Baumberger.
the murderer of the Krieder family, who
was arrested at Delorain. Man.. Satur
day evening, passed through here this
morning in charge of the sheriff of this
I county, and will probably be safely be.
hind the bars at Devils Lake by noon
Baumberger narrowly escaped lynching.
The sheriff and his prisoner arrived at 4
o'clock this morning.
A mob of determined men were wait
ing for him with the fixed plan of hang
ing the murderer to the nearest telegraph
a pole. But Sheriff Mcfune had been
. warned of the danger, and was equally
r determined to get his prisoner through
i this tTowueri county into Ramsey. He
chose a circuitous route and sucoeeded
" in eluding the mob. It is a question.
however, whether Itaunitsnerger is any
safer in Ramsey Bounty than he would
have been here. a, there is the wildest
indignation over his blsly crine. t
Threats of lynching are still heard on
every *ide and the prisoler is by no
means sure of a trial in court.
DHX3Lss LAKE, July 11. Sheriff Me
Cune. assisted by Sheriff Icarton. of
Towner county. succeeded in getting the
prisoner into the jail without trouble.
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cent lunch ciunter-:New York Weekly.
Professor texamining class in physics)
-The pressure of bodies at rest is called
force. Give an example, Jones.
Jones (an observant scholar,-The
She (in the swell set)-Why is the north
pole so coll. do you imagine?
He (not is itI-Because it is in the up
per circle. I .ancy.-Detroit Free Press.
Sicycle Pleads. Attenti o.
Purchaser wanted for a Victor Wheel
-Pneumatic or Victor Arch tire. Nota
second hand wheel, but fresh from the
factory of the Overman Wheel Co.
model of 1893. Will be sold cheap for
cash. Apply at this office. *
A Great Convenieans.
World's Fair visitors traveling via the
Northern Pacific R. R. and Wiscomsin
Central Line, are landed at the Grand
Central station in Chicago.
This magnificent tire-proof building,
located in the heart of the city has been
fitted upas a hotel, run on the Euro
pean plan. with about l1l0 moma hand.
comely furnished and each room is asp
plied wait hot and cold water. electric
I The charges for accommodations are
reasonable and parties can secure rooms
" in advance by calling upon agents of the
Northern Pacilte R. IL
1 By taking the Northern Pacific
i through car line to Chicago. visitoeswill
r avoid the diacomiort of all trander in
t that city, and can also travel between
a the trand Central station and World's
a Fair grounds by trains which run direct
t. between the two points.
An Easy One.
Not long ago an accident happened to
little Barbara's doll Gladys, which was
thereupon sent to a store where surgical
attention is given to wounded dolls.
When the day camte for it to be dis
charged, cured, Barbara obtained per
mission to go and get it.
Barbara u-ho ..i tiptoe before the
counter at t!s- store and asked if her dot.
"I i en .,." snil the young woman
b-lhin. t 'hnn ut r. fumbling over a pile
of ,i.i"- in a suiaif. -But Iun, afraid Ii
-nit tt iii ii'i a - it is in all this lot.
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fixxlied that miuch
- . ' the - .: .ntific treat
a - of ri-b't-. WVre
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alu-ior a Lu-.
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T," Worl' E trt i ,t iit nu
liitt"" nle1,xo ~tk4n"Au
Th nl' 'l-1 h I t. ii- ~ n
It neans that from May l.t until
Ott. ilst 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
That for six months Chicago will be
the most cosmopolitan spot on the globe.
That the American people will have
the wonderful opportunity of mingling
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
That a few days or weeks spent at
the World's Fair will be worth years of
That this is the grandest opportunity
the American people have ever had for
interesting study and pleasure, and
that a trip to Chicago during the next
six months would be the event of a life
The Chicago. Milwaukee k St. Paul
Railway ofoes the best and most fe
train service frai n*. Paul and
I to Chicago. "* only Bani
lbghtin ts tsaains tay sleaetuil. A'sk
yu t7rtickets via "Te ~lwu
our- t goveenamnt's Fast Mail
Line. or addesoe
J. T. Cwrtv,
IAast. Gent. Pams Ajt.
St. Paul. ia.
poar-Write for a C. M. & S. P.
Wwrld's Fair folder. It gives full par
ticulars as to hoe to visit the Fair and
and what at will oust.'`
Mc t Certa i3n1Ty?
If you are tfrtunate cnouuh to secure one of thome Light Weight
(moat, we are belling for 7c A complete stock of SKELETON
(:'atý and \'cY ts, lihairs, .Xialaca,. Mcer~uckcr', Fancy and Plain
Color, from n75c to Ss.oo. Up Srair, in Clothing I) ltrtment.
Case, King & Wodzitzki.
I (APIT S IP.t'Ll , . PROFITS. m
STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK
MIa..min CITT, MONUANA
11. FI It rii PI'rc'idut; I. 11 J ia~u\ . Vicc-Prest.:
E. 1: E n . Cashier.
CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
I nteremt Paicd Oi 'Time Depsoeit
XV 1 i a " , 1I i lent M N I X1 ý, Vic '-President.
I1. B. \Vn.' Ca.i. . C. L. C ai cii, A:\ t Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
P MILES CITY, MONTANA.
CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $8o.nm
GEIý. M. MILES,
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