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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XII. NO. I2. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2893. PRICE FIVE CENTS
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Member of Congres (.. . Hartman, Boeman
ovenor ....... .. Rickards, Helena
t-Gov ................... Alex Botkin, Helena
of State ............ L. otwt, hele
aT rr ...........F. W. Wright, elena
edtor........... Andrew B. Cook., e.ena
Justiee....... Y. Pemberton, Helena
upreme Ct ..........eL Webster, elen
s late ... ese .. W. DeWitt, Butte
ommiGeneral ......... . Eaton, Heen
.Marshal ............. J Fure He
al nt sm .v....... J. H. Mills, Deer
M .ister . . ........S. Gordon, MilesCity
civer A.. T. Campbell, Miles ('ity
eater Observer .. H.It. Boynton, Miles ('ity
Judge Sventh Judical District.........
H... on (io,. R Milburn, Miles City
Ofieial Stenographer...... ....i i.....
............. Fred W. Kreidler, Mile C(ity
State Senator............... R. Swift Ekalaka
State Representatives $ R. : cKay. . u l-e- City
.eri....................J. Hawkins, Miles City
r er ...............W. E. Savage,
Rd a ....... A.. Swerrdflger.
Cu Ma· Court ..... W.J. Zimmerman,
Counmty Attorney.........('. H Loud.
uvmssor...."........ Geo. Newman,
urveor.............. .hula Sexton, "
r .............. B. Lebeher,
ePtof Schools ..... Mrs. J. E. Light,
biAdm .............. Henry Nave.
SW. N. Haynese ....
Cmmiuioners. W . S. ell ..... Hathaway
T. J. Graham...... Rosebud
Jatsie............. Jolhn oGibb., Miles City
Cotab............... ..H. Hogan, "
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a rer ......................... .W A lerton
af o Polie...e...... .......... . Jackson
o Magistrate ....... on......... Jon ibb
irst Ward--H. W. Melntire. N. P. Sorrenaon.
sedWard-Thou. Gibb W. H. Builard.
oI RP tSIIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at W. . Savages' Drug Store.
HR. F. 7FISH1
APaR.ICI&N r .Urr O3N AND OeTuRIlCIAN.
(Wat, WundaSrot u.d eburt.helfer) Office at
W. 3. Savagee' Drug Store.
Street over tokrowr National Bank
guaranteed and.t reasonable priees.
.OCI.T., S , u. . ,
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L 0. 0. r Star of td e Wyet meets at Mlasmle
4A. It. U.S. Grant Poet, No. ea t Odd
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DESTROYED BY FIRE.
Porests Pires Causing Great
Destruction of Property
in South Dakota.
Ieveral Smeall Towns. Rep.ated to bw
e Dtebtrpy ed--Trm lire Withm
Two ml.. or oDeawosN.
Dnanwoon, S. D., Sept, J.--The for
eat fire on the east has reached the foot.
hills two miles eat of here, and the city
is threatened. The property of Henry
Stearns was burned, and also that of
Charles Trove. The Stearns family
drove two miles through the flames to
this city. The condition of old Mrs.
Stearna, Mrs. Henry Stearns, two boys,
a baby and Frank Stearns, all exposed
flesh was burned to a crisp. They will
probably die. The smoke is suffocating
and the scene is like Dante's Inferno.
People are getting ready to move.
A bad fire is gaining great headway
on top of the Biack Tail divide, threat
I ening Central City and the county poor
house. One hundred men are engaged
in fighting it. Near Mountain a ter
rible state of affairs exists. The inhabi
tants of Terry, a mining camp of 500
population, have left the town to the
flames. Everything will be a total loss,
and the damage will amount to 860,000.
The Buxton mill and dwelling house,
valued at $12,000 was destroyed. The
fire is raging with great fury over an
area of seven miles long and six wide.
The damage on Centennial prairie is as
follows: Henry Frawley, Centennial
hotel, 812.000; Henry Trever, Cliff
house, 88,000; Charles Pfunder, 86,000;
Henry Stearm 86,000; Charles Thomp
son, 83,000. Charles Trevere and wife.
who were thought to have burned to
death, have been found uninjured. Mrs.
Stern is not expected to live. The Un
cle Sam sixty stamp mill, and the town
of Perry, twelve miles distant, have been
destroyed. Telegraphic communica
tion has been shut off from several
points by reason of the fire, the full ex
tent of the damage cannot be learned.
A fire is burning at the fair grounds,
two miles from here, and the stable, race
track and other buildings will probably
A train left here at 10 p. m. for Fort
Meade to bring up three companies of
soldiers to aid the citizens in controlling
LEAD CITY SAVED.
LEAD, S. D.. Sept. '.2.--At noon to
day the timber tires were discovered
heading for Lead from the west end.
and the entire fire department, with
many citizens, was called qut. A very
heavy wind brought the flames rapidly
toward the city, and at 4 o'clock the
entire force in the mines were put to
work. At 5 o'clock, when the tire
reached the city limits, the wind shifted,
and at this writing (7 p. m.) is under
control. Many families in the vicinity,
however, have moved out their house
hold goods, and the people are in great
state of excitement. The fire has
spread through the Bald mountain
country, doing much damage.
A report just reached Lead that Run
kel, a small town twenty-five miles from
here, was destroyed by fire. One hun.
dred anp fifty homelss people from the
burned section re now at Piedmont.
Cerbet Cbsiease thes worek.
Aestavr PAnS, N. J., Sept. 2.-Imme.
diately upon Charley Mitchel's arrval
in New York an Associated Press report
er notified James J. Corbett, on a tarm
here, of Mitchell's open declaration to
the effect that he would not fight Cor
bett at Coney Island under any circum
stance, but only before the Crescent
City or the Columbian club. Corbett
snmled and said: "Well, that is only
what I thought.
Corbett was then asked what he con
templated doing in the matter.
He answeed: "I am simply going to
kep ontrainingand will be on hand
at the date set to lght Mitchell. If he
flunks any man in the world can take
his plhce That's all I desire to my
concerning the matter. The public can
judge for themselves"
We authoriae our advertisd druggist
to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for
coaumaption, coughs and colds, upon
this condition. If you are alated with
a cough, cold, or any lua., throat or
chest trouble, and will use this remedy
as directed, giving it fair trial, and ex
p.rl..ce no besat, you may return the
bottle and have your money refunded.
We could not make thise oer did we not
know that Dr. Kings New Discovery
could be relled on. It neverdisappoints.
Trial bottle free sat John Wright's drug
store. Large else 50 and Si,
Carnegie .%Ky Away Wllt "Iobber
Iltvrrox. Sept. ~-Andrew Carnegie
is in Poston. and he stiid to a reporter:
"I regret that any ne:inufacturers have
appeared twbfore the clngre~aional tariff
couamittee. The cruntry has tw-tn led
to believe that manufacturers are rob
ber barons. I thiu!n the Democratic
party should be allowed to arrange the
duties on imports. so that the "robber
hbrons" may be put to death. Would I
have this done gradually? No; I prefer
sudden death. The sooner reaction sets
in, the better.
"I am certain that the industrial in
terests of the capitalists and the laborer
would be best carried out by following
the Chicago platform. While I believe I
the prosperity of the country depends
on protecting manufacturers, still it is
vastly moure Impolrtant that there should
be no antagonism between labor and
capital. The country has heed led to
believe that protection is robbery.
•"1. for one. um v:t willing to reap any
benefits fromn any si-ctes of robbery.
If the tat if is robbery in the opinion of
the American Ipeople, let it be abolisbed,
and labor and capital and all industries
live together in peace, each satisftled
with the other. Any economical advan
tages the country may derive from pro
tection are dearly bought if one class
is set against another.
--If there is tne robber left at the end
of the next session of Congress it will
not ie possible for the Democratic
parts to put the blame on any one else.
For this reason I regret to see manu
facturors appearing before Congress
beseeching it to stay its revolutionary
I. J. 0. F.
`11LWAtKEE. Sept. ~22.--At the meet
ing today of the Sovereign Grand Lodge
of Odd Fellows a request made by Arch
bishop Katzer for copies of the ritual
and other printed matter relating to
the work of the order was referred to
the committee on the state of the order.
Archbishop Katzer asked for the ritual
in order to determine whether or not it
contains anything that shonld prevent a
Catholic from becoming an Odd Fellow.
The grand siredecided that he had no
authority to reseal the secrets of the or
der to any one not a member and re
fereed the matter to the Sovereign
Chicago Cattle Market.
CHC'AGO, Sept. 22.- Wibaux. 1251b.
63.15; Dalworth Co. 1.3311. .3.15; 11821b,
$3.10; 10021b,. $2.5; 14533. 62.50; O Yoke
Co. 10101b, V.5; 11231b. 2.80; 9131b,
12.40; 13801b, $1.65; Berry Boice C. Co.
11433b. 63.10; 11431,. 62.40; 11491,. ;3 2i;
11581b, 83.25; J, i. Towers. '9253, 2.00;
1182,b, '2.75; Towers & Gudgell, 10"291b,
Te rale Will Cleos Oteber Se.
ClcAcGo, Sept. 2--The world's Fair
will close on the night of October 30.
and the next morning will see workmen
laying a railrood track through different
buildings to carry away the exhibits.
There will be no extension beyond the
time fixed by Congres. So the execu.
tive committe have decided and ordered
the fair closed on the day named.
mlakln le Mest of Measosbed aee..
Whatever beas ta kept it should have
its own quarters in which it is as hen.
and free from intrusion and to which it
an retire when it chooses. This home
should be kept clean and sweet by ti
quent changes of bedding and the use of
soap and water. No one has a right to
keep an animal in confinemet who inde
it too much trouble to attend to its health
and comfort. It should be regularly fed
oa food that is most healthful for it, and
what is quite aseseential toits happiness
and consequently to its health, it should
be talked to and noticed as much as any
I am certain many animals and bird
suffer and die in our homes from pure
loneiness and from being regarded by
their human neighbors as creatures of
an altogether different atsur. Whereas
the truth is, if oca will but cultivate
their acquaintanoe. he will be astonished
to -e how the dullest and most stupid
will wake out of its apparent torpor and
show understanding and character.
I know a famly very ad of pe i
which the creatures show maset e.hem
danary itdivkidality. Their cats do
things no cat was aver befre know to
dI; their parrots ad other birds awow
what we call human sature in a won.
deeal degree. sad their dogs amost
talk. The reasons plains the animal a
bird is made e of the haily. tI is
talhed to ad petted as well assaedler.
Its Iatelliuece deelops, and as b est
beoess very like the hemam blng.
Oirve Thorn Miller in Harper's haar.
Tb. Fs. e....a
lse Ausse Ihuuge-I emphatesalyl
deny that the educated wm.a is
ashamed to admit her ago.
•l.re...1. In Artlstl srrsearsis.
It is ruaily amusing and sometimes
pitiful to see how men safer from the
artistic mania of their wives I know
,f a case v. rea husband wasnot al
lowed to touch any of the tnraCitre it,
the drawing room for tear he would di
turb the effect of color and outline. He
Sisely stipulated, however, that he
should have his own chair In the room,
which he was to be at liberty to do with
as he liked.
Being a wan of infinite jest he manag.
ed to evolve the most delightful and
comic situations when visitors werepre:w
ent, explaining that it was his want of
artistic feeling which made it necessary
for him to carry his chair about with
him. He asked that when his frien.d
contemplated their surroundinp from
an artistic point of view they should
kindly conascr him and his chair out of
the picture. Nedless to say it was not
very long before all restrictions were
withdrawn and he was allowed to work
wh at havoc he pleased in fle drawing
room as well as everywi.re else in the
An Lmbrirla Is Good For a fhower.
A man was once advised t tl te
shower baths for the general improve
ment of his health. A friend etplaine:l
to him how to fit up one by the use of :n
ci'tern and colander. andl he a' :ordin !.4
set to work at:l ha:l til' titng arran. d.
Subsequently lie was met by the friend
who had given him the advice and was
asked how he enjoyed the bath.
"My dear fellow," said he, "'it was
capital. I liked it really well, and what
do you think? I kept myself dry.too."
"Whatever do you mean?" exclaimed
his friend, in natural surprise. "iIow
ever could you managetotakethe show.
er and yet remain quite dry?"
"Why, you can't think for a moment
I should be so stupid as to have asho' er
bath without an umbrella?" was the in
nocent reply.-London Tit-Bits.
hear thee eotllghts.
Usher (at the Church of the Heavenly
Spir-)-Can I give you seats, sir?
Old (Gayboy (forgetting where he is)
Yes; first or second row: on the aisle, if
you're got 'mu.--Brooklyn Life
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 recognized as the best and purest
medicine for all ailments of stomach,
liver or kidneys.-It will cure sick head
ache. indigestion, constipation, and
drive malaria from the system. Satis
faction guaranteed with each bottle or
the money will be refunded. Price only
5kO per bottle. Sold by John Wright.
What I. the Old Reliable ?
It is the oldest and most reliable rail
way in operation between the Twin Cit
ies (St. Paul and Minneapolis) and Chi
cago)-The Chicago. Milwaukee and St.
Its train service is more frequent than
that of any other line, and unequalled
in point of excellence, comfort. speed
It runs five complete and handsomely
equipped passenger trains from the
Twin Cities to Chicago each day-four
of which pass through Winoa, L
Crosse. Portage, Watertown and Mil
waukee, the other peassng through Aus
tin. Dubuque and Savanna.
It is the only road running trains
lighted by electricity and has the exclu
sive use at the famous electric reading
tamp in each berth. All trains thor
oughly heated by steam, doing away
with the old-time car tove.
It runs the latest library buffet saok
ing cars, the latest private compartment
car elegant drawing room sleeping cars
and free reclining chair canr on night
trains. Dining car (the BIset service
in the west) are attached to each train.
serving firt-class meals at convenient
Everybody has bheard of the renowned
restibrled, electric lighted, steam heated
limited oa "The Milwaukee." This is
the most thoroughly and luxuriously
equipped train running between the
win Cties and Chieesg o extra
charge. Leaves Minneapolis l and
It. Pal 8:O0 sack evealeg arrives Chi
"sge 9-Ji tusosing .a.
T. eaeres tere esmtatly
rted over thi read beseep Chicageoand
the Neothwest ban asosetated a)nd vs
cmited ah ae the reet elid and sh
ibatiel macd s ia thi eeesater whimb,
together with b taul vabed penaosgsr
train epelmesat sad servieo. teanee bt
its patees the highest sVgese of Iys
Now i tf thiae to vit the Wered
Pat -he gma ekge . t. t the
hAerkean people eer hle. had at me.
as the w Iorld i minierse Sae that
per tiet rears via "I iweakhs'
tad thus suse kthe best poal" se
rice and asehrpanoe omdatie-"
Svery best to be obtained o year
J. T, C ,sar,
S Ast. tet.As Ath. ,
t Si.nl Uiar
W. B. JoRDAN, President. G. M. MILES, Vice-President.
H. B. WILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
MILES CITY, MONTANA.
CAPITAL, $50o,oo000 SURPLUS AND PROPITS, thgb
W. B. JonDAN, Gao. M. MILEs,
H. B. WILEY, J. W. STREVrLL,
HENRY TUSLER, JNO. CARTER,
F. C. ROBERTSON.
noterest PaSd ozn Pitmna Deo ,a .
STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BAN
E. W. KNIGHT, JR., RECEIVER.
t *otltoo .· .1man. .
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
Washington, D. C., August 9, 18
Notice is hereby given to all prrons having claims against "The Stock Ge
era National Bank of Miles City. Montana, that the same must be praseutsd $
E. W. Knight, Jr.. Receiver, with the legal proof thereof, within three months fra
this date or they may be disallowed.
JAxsE H. Ecr.Is,
Comptroller of the Curmssi
.Are ioui. 'Tappy?
Your chief object in life is to be content and happy. Guard
your health. Buy the American Hosery Co.'s
The best product in America.
a. sa 1.m hta z . et
General Insurance Agency.
Home of New York. Hamburg-Bremen. Imperia. I
National of Hartford. Niagara. Scottish Union. Traders of Chisegsr
FREDERIC M. KREIDLER
But-have not the needful money to pay for them. For such as the
Weae a 4Pla
which ought to please and satisfy. Briefly it is this: We will remt
Bicycles by the month or season and will give a due bill for the fa
amount of rent paid. These DUE BILLS we will accept as so meek
CASH within a year towards the purchase of a new bicycle from a
-any kind that we sell-at the regular price current at the tite at
purchase. Don't delay if you want to rent. The best riding sams
is at hand. First come. first served. We send out only first cli
wheels. For full information write us, enclosing stamp.
Thhrryewm saInyacPh b,
Big Bargains in New and Second Hand Wheels.
Cash or Monthly Paymel
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