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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XI. NO. 281. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENT POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE.~ pýtrn,. tral andl local ........ N is p1. Nt altcn(At m all... . r :Ii a. in lpearttai.. Monutay. WrYi~ln yaat .ind Frtitays .. .. Ii :t. mn Tommne River, NMotdai 3' WItiliell daT*iaI Frtttain ... 7:3) ia. in Ro witwti.t Mottlelt) tain Fridays'.. . M 75, in, frilays ........... .... 1 p. in. t B I e i gifn i t S p e c ia l nla a n doo edr clone'.. . 4 01 to in. y onr) pIa ~ *M. in 4dy ~icOe frot 2to I' li.m,tiP4 Norteharn Pacific Time Table. No. $,Pariflc Mail... .....lI o:1Epssreht1.:2t p. n, 05-5 Way Freigh~t. . . .:N a. int LEAFE MILI:a tilt t~oiN.i F: tat. No. Atlaoutie Eam r...e......... p, n,. No 4 Atlantic Mal i.22 a.i I~ 5 xpre" Freigt lidt, Official Directory. Mnit,4or. 1, ft ttr.i ..', H . HLartt iln.. IL,.n~t,,t State.' udlit.r Aitrew If1.4d, ".k.i,'Ira Att'y I .tneratI henr J. tI,,okeW. Ithnlea Sujit Put, Ir K1,Sers eln ('hitI Jiotir." . W. 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H. Hiltardt. l'HYNICtIANs. OR. R. i. l.REDD. PHYSICIAN AN) S1 RtithKN. Oilice at W. E. Navagi's' Drug Store. OR. E. F. FISI5. Psuveuo AN St 55,5Au tvo tl5NETRitIAN. (Arat, Wauunisrzu nd lohuruudu.lrtlfu"r) Ofiier ait W. E. Savagse. IDrug Sthr,.. 0S Whitney DENTIST. ain Street ,ever St. kgrowure Natijnal uank 'ark suarautol musis at reaonhabie rincu.. iR. A DAMS, DleN ist, trachice at l )4thIETIES. N. 1.9A u.e ou d p o. vet inets at Masonic Halt on first and third Wednesdays of eacti mnunth. L 0. 0 I. 1 aster Lotdhe e NS . II, meets in their halt every Monday night. leutinal Encamment umn'ts irt and tii.d Fri day of oasi month. K. at P. ('roundr Lodge No. 7. meets at Odd Fellows halt on the firet atnd third Thur'sdayn of fibe month. 1. 0. (i. T. Star of the Wert sneets at Masounic batl every Thursday evening. 4. A. Ii. U. S. lirant Psust. No. t4, meets at Odd Fellows halt on the first sald thisrd Thursdays " oftbe month. A. 0. ('. W. Tuongae River Lodige No. 31. meets as the ld ansI 4th Thursdays of each month. S. at V. Col. E. Ratter (amp. No.m4 meets th essnti and fourth eStardays of earn month. CHURCHESI. SISCOPAtL Emanuel ('harmn cor. Palmer sad (Au streets. Services Sunday at it a.m. sod p.m. Haly commusnion first Sunday in eacth motuth after morning services. at etr SUEDIST Chasrcs carner Eleventh and r at streets Services at 11a.m. and? 7 p.m.. rrwmeeting Wedu esllvenings. Pa . ?RRBTT3RIANI Chassi Coruser Main Street MAd Montansa Avenue. Serviesa Sundays at U arm. end? 7w p.m. Rev. J. Scott Miller. Pastor. Chistaiia Eadeavar Society meets on. hous' 5svieaas toe the eveaiag service. CAYOL 'Church oft the Sacred Heart ('nrger 1Ia audE Tenth Streets. dervie. first Sad *hud ade of the month. High Mais at mss~l~w y choolat a*w p. m. Vespers Chauris, cuorner Tenth and Palmer Nopasteur. oast Chaplain i. Newton Ritnes' Preachet Ponet sash month ansic olecidta a d.'votlonal service every Thnrnulsy e:.'aiua. ln'urinniusg at 7 ooetsssk. Daring :snsi'a uau. e lteau sutitlese a upues OPENED BY BLANht Debate on the Silver Questior Has Commenced in the House. It Ctom0 1p - by Agtreement no a iSill f.il tnomlitiiional jpeal, to Whit-a a orea Coinage Amemiment will be Added. W ntiy.voyox. August II.- The pres ent arrangement is that the repeal bil will be introdued in the House to-day that an accompanying resolution shat prescribe the method of proceeding, ant general debate to begin at once. If car ried out this programme will bring the House to a vote on the lill and amend ments on August 24. The silver men's part of theprograunnn is to offer first a substitute looking to free coinage at the present ratio. li this is defeated, vot-s will betaken or amendments fixing the ratio at seven teen. eighteen. nineteen and twenty it this order. and finally. if these fail. upor the Bland*Allison act. The conference of silver and anti silver men has reached an agreement by which general debate on the bill for the repeal of the purchase clause aof the Sherman act will be limited to elever days. This will be followed by a ilebati of three days under the five minute rule ahem voting will begin on the bill and the various silver amendments. On the assemnblidg of the House. in. mnediately after the reading of the jour. nal. Wilson. )eauicrat. a4 West Vir ginia. intraulue l the repeal btll. 1Ianl offered the agreement. made this morning. ,overning debate. It limits the talk to a total of fourteen lava. from 11 a. n,. ton5 p. in.. with night sassi tns for debate only. if destreal, Bland also presented the bill of the free coinage cau,-us and demanded the pre vious queation on his order. but it was antagonized by the Republicans under the leadership of Cannon. who wanted to debate the question. Finally a vote was taken. resulting. yeas 217. nays l(ti. St the previous question was ordered. The Republicans generally voted with the fiernocrata in support of the motion. The resolition was then adopted. At I p. nt. Raynor, Ilemocrat. of Mary land. began the debate in suppoart of the Wilson bill for unconditional repeal of the silver purchase clause of the Sher man net. Raynor said the advocates of free silver coinage would tie the United States to the tail of any bankrupt nation of the world. Tne opening of the mints to silver might. for a time. maintain a fictitious value of the coin, but the value of bullion would always Is regulated by the market price. As long as the Sher mat, silver net remains on the statute books. so long will it be impossible to effect international arrangements; so long will monetary conferences result in failure. mrown. Ivennuwrat. of Ildiana. fol I rwed Raynor. He would favor the coinage of silver. but in view of the havoc wrought by the Sherman law. and demands of the Demoecratic platform. he would vote for repeal with or without conditions. Bland. rising to open for free coinage expressed regret that a number of gentlemen, whom the speaker who just sat down was one of the most capable. had seen fit to change position upon the question; to abandon a large portion of voters who aided in giving them the seats they occupy; to turn their faces to the east and their backs to the west. As to the declarations in the democratic platform. Bland asserted it was the un derstanding that free coinage of silver was necessarily meant by the repeal of the Sherman law; the two are so antag onistic that they cannot exist at the the same time. *But we are met now with the sug gestion that we legislate piece-meal; repeal the Sherman law and take our chances on securing anything in its place, which shall meet the pledge of the platform to coin both silver and gold. This is because a panic is upon us. The voting masses of the country may become panic-stricken on election day. If they do. I'm afraid those like the gentlemen from Indiana will feel the force of that panic." Bland sketched briefly the history of financial legislation of recent years, and asserted that the same cry of "going to a silver basis" had been raised against the bill of 1878, with which his name had been connected. He sent to the clerk's desk and had read an extract from the report of the British parliamentary committee on In dian currency. to the effect that in its opinion the repeal of the Sherman pur chasing act would be followed by fur ther depreciation in the price of silver. "And we are deliberately asked here" L'ontinued Bland. "to vote to bring about an increase of 15 entalaan ouner in the price of silver before providing for its restoration to coinage. No man can defend that before his constituency who is in favor of free coinage." Upon the question of ratio. Bland ar. gued in favor of sixteen to one. He said if the United States would main. tain the parity of gold and silveron that ratio the world would buy our products *We have property to sell and should induce purchasers to come. France maintained gold and silver on a parity on a ratio of fifteen and a half to one for seventy y-ars. because she had property to sell. If we do this." said Bland, "western Europe must come to our standard." Bland. having occupied an hour and not having finished. unanimous consent was given for hire to conclude without respect to time. Largest in lise World. Cllr-sII.u. Pa.. Aug. 11, The largest steamboat in the world slid off the ways and into the Delaware river gracefully and as easily as though she were a coikle shell instead of 4.(%tt tonner. to day. The yards of the Delaware River Iron Ship Huilding and Engine com pany. formerly the John Roach ship yard. were crowded with people attracted by the unusual sight. The officials of the Fall River line. whose fleet the new liat will head. were present. The new boat has not yet been named. but as she will lit a sister ship to the Puritan. Ply mouth and Pilgrime she will probably be ttled the Priscilla i Gereser anti mIsst. 11 m Am..ugust 11. President Cleveladl and Secretary Lamont left this morning at 7 ocltck. the former going to Buzzard's lay anti the latter to New York. President Cleveland gave out for puit lication. before leaving, a statement giving as a reason for his departure that his physicians insisted on a month's rest as absolutely necessary. He says that lie will te absent a month and requests that he toe free from the attentions of newspaper correspondents. stratgled Her 55,, lv. Kv.oara. Ia.. Aug. 11. Annie Web ster. who was arrested yesterday charged with the murder of her illegiti mate child. made a full confession to day. and was heli by the coroner's jury on the charge of murder. The child was strangled to death. Then in order to conceal if ptossible her crime. the un natural mother boiled the taxby until all the flesh was removed front the hones. A woman of the name of Martha Court right was held as an accomplice. It is believed she aided the Webster woman in boiling the body. kurned to ibrath. tr~ouxx ~Wash.. Aug. 11. Two lives were lust at Northport. Wash.. last night by the burning of the Commercial hotel. George Shields. bartender. wais so badly burned that he died in a few minutes. Frank Ingle suffered injuries from which he died a few minutes later. Others were severely burned. Killed by Lighting. BaiTToy, S. D.. Aug. 11. During a thunder storm yesterday, the fifteen. year-old son of William Johnston, while herding cattle was killed by lighting, together with the pony he was riding. He was not found until this morning. t)amasge by Hall. NEw RouKyoun. N. D.. August 11 Northern Wells and western Eddy coun ties were swept by a hail storm last even ing. Two thousand acres in this vicinity are a total loss. The average loss is one half. Pardoned a sank Wrecker WAsUIrGTON. Aug. 11.- The president has pardoned Peter J. Claasen, the wrecker of the Sixth National bank of New York. of which he was president. silver Gead Enough for etlrsera. COtFAX. Wn.. August II.- The G. A. R. post here has passed a resolution, asking congress to have all pensions paid in silver. A Leader. Since its first introduction Electric Bitters has gained rapidly in popular favor, until now it is clearly in the lead among pure medicinal tonics and alter atives -containing nothing which per mits its use as a beverage or intoxicant it is recognised as the best and purest medicine for all ailments of stomach, liver or kidneys. --It will cure sick head ache. indigestonm. constipation. and drive malaria from the system. Satis faction guaranteed with each bottle or the money will be refunded. e only 50c per bottle. Sold by John Wright. N.are uid.It N 'w Motu . ugust 11.- The steam ship Norrnania. frosm Liverpool, ar rived this morning and brought £l ),0 (IX; in gold. (l'sveland asag In EIgy. 4 OLDs.. Col.. August ll.--President Cleveland was hung in effigy Wednes. day night by free silver enthusiasts. Leam.nade Mesas Isadellaes. "I was out to a dance recently." sold an acquaiwante to me. "and a funt.y thing haptened. It was not so r, r' funny either. trct it ta ite mue laugh aft t it was over. Y-," ce. it was as hot :" n bake oveu. anti the atn was crowded : suffocation. I I. a girl. antl we w<.' waltzing around - Lest le could w:.e. suddenx: thi g garlied. turned p1 and sail, G t t.e out to the air. I stoppe-l . _.'- 1 ` r1.'l ý;ri.,i h't nay .' - " ..:.ti! dov-n she went on the flthr in a leap. Fainted away, >'r. Dend as a t ':.ut. What didl I "' P:hy. I tr.,-t I: pc-ic he r up autd ,..t do it. for s8i. was a heavy .: tgnt. Ten I neee.e1I. wi:it the aid of oth:rs. in gettc:l. Ic' r to cc porch, hat :e wo.'nt t r :: .. :1 I rcn into tie re frl.hnnt Is hi .* n v.:r. ibat th " 1:lcn was empty. , .i ie on:ly thin:, thy I!.l was leniccacle *'litr. thin, ,..vi to be done, and I got two L *--. ran lihk and emptied their c"r.tf-r into I. : face-not exactly *in to ht: ,.' After usint 10 ctln's wor: f tice. - ." t lemnonacl she tame to. W, ?:. s... Yon v. bt1 have tried to see her hair. ;tirky? Why bando. lIne. ilctuce teed. amns arable and kin dred -ennititiras were not init. Lemon ade h'ats timel all. Was shemad? Well, I guess yea. i-2 said I was intoxicated and a natural lrnr fool. Some one else took her oame. I didn't."-Youngstown (0.) Telegram. Purchasing Safety. Mr. O ttimner-I think thepsyof legis rotors o nowalays is outrageously high. Mr. NIowia1ays-Nonaenge, man! You 'on't kt.wn when you ark wedl off. 1 wtnh I1. l\ re pail more. ""(', rt.in' Pay 'em enotgh to short :. .h.1.' 'rllcn..In it. t-: ý li . our t . , - . it uaamrieeir 4 arre. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell hr. King's New Discovery for consumption. coughs and colds. upon this condition. If you are afflicted with a cough. cold. or any lung. throat or chest trouble. and will use this remedy as directed. giving it a fair trial, and ex perience no tbnetit. you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that l)r. King's New t)iscovery could he relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at John Wright's drug store. Large size :-"d and tl. Wzrrzi--Salesmen. to sell our choice and hardy nursery stock. Many special varieties to offer both in fruits and orna mentals. and controlled only by us. We pay commission or salary. give exclusive territory and pay weekly. Write us at once and secure choice of territory. MAY BiRoTuERs. * Nurserymen, Rochester, N. Y. The World'. wair-What It Mesas. It means that from May 1st until Oct. 31st there will e ton 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 te 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 mingling with and observing the habits and characteristics of the people df every na tion in the world. That "villages" of the different foreign countries, constructed by and made up entirely of people direct from sueq countries, will be a itost 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 at travel. That this is the grandest opportunity the American people have ever had for interesting study and pleasure. adp thata trip to Ch during the next six months would he the event eta life The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway oters the best and most tre quaesit train service from St. Paul and Winnapols toChicgo.The only line lighting its trains hy electricýty. The most perfect dining service and the best sleeping car in this country. Ask yea~r agent for tickets via "The ilwau. kee"-the Government's Fast Mail Line, or address J. T. Coxsv. Asst. Gen. Pass. . t St. Paul. ine. Nory-Write for a C. M. & St. P. World's Pair folder. It gives full par ticulars as to how to visit the Fair and an what it will cost. W. B. JoRAN, fresident. G. M. Mc ,s, Vice-President. H. B. W'ILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $5O ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, SAe 1irectorme W. B. JORDAN, GEO M. MILES, H. B. WILEY, J. W STREVELL, HENRY TUSLER, JNO. CARTER, F. C. ROBERTSON. XIteoret Patta on Mime Depoetirp. CL.PIT'tL S 4%%s. SURPLUS A'L PROFITS. W.Mti STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK mTL.mm c 'i MONT.4. H. F. BATCHIELOR, President; E. H. JOHNSON, Vice-Prest.; E. E. BATCHIELOR. Cashier. CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. Xnteremt Paid. On Timse Deoti A Cyclone in Ladies Shoes. We are still offering that nice assortment of Ladies $2.00 to $4.00 shoes for $1.75. Also $4.00 will buy $5.00 and $6.00 shoes for the remainder of this month. Cl. S. TOT TEIT.W e*A OO. General Insurance Agency. Home of New York. Hamburg-Bremen. Imperial. Lies. National of Hartford. Niagara. Scottish Union. Traders of Chicago. FREDERIC M. KREIDLER, The Cleveland Thread Tire Considered by all Bicycle me- to be the tinest Tire in the market. We eeague the whole Northwest for the MC5WSe in i styles. and the "Sylph" airs it S styles. Send for catalogues. The ft"y S"suqmad Jc~ob "Erkix~ting., L..tet es1eq