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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XII NO. z4. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, :893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTIFFICE EAIATIDS. S .. .......... Giap.m. *ediaea. M y . 7:25a.m. .8 0p. m. oadFridays.... e a8 a. m. .oo ..... .... .. Al a.... TM.m .....ram.sera 3Aiam. (3*s. . Ma. P m _ Titl Table guaAva asias cms Onime MAer.ko.m Ue.U ~ .........a.l..... Ota m ae fom 1100 . 0p m. 01ftgialflfrestsry. STATE. soatGCv Jc . W. MEx Ptk. en aeraate of Stat .D EL. Rotwtel e r ensueral ...F. O. Wright, Helene Jadge BHeerihJJudiaskl D.strelt.a na ..... . .... te.rn, eilena Ci i;:Tiw I. Cookle, Helenait Stt Seao Mal...... ......R . Swft C." ak State RepreegntaWiveteL.neles at t E .. rwk od. Miligs o.t SuvyrGnraw ... .. .. Jle. 0. Rickards Helena ClS . .. Arai . JGa ihure Helena ofotaeeto.rint John. ibe.L R i lena toaiatae.r...L 0 ...H.W. Wrigh, H eile a Geneieral.... Aer T .tHas kell, Mleena C Weath mer Oser.er.H. H. H eynter. Hilenait Jsocate SenhJudticial.. Distrit n . Cito FEDERAL. 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Csth List ad o s thdoaredIS ~~atmeet. meaL ý i t. an mes amuMrý T d e = .aa sad Vd~ee HELD UP AT CARLTON Two Robbers Interview the Temporary Custodian of a Bank. They Bet a.1y aixty D"lU" mad "het is - siver-Then They (Mi4 a P.m. at Way im the Weeds. CsarLox, Minn., Sept. 24.-Two rob. bers held up W. T. Barker, deputy sher If, in charge of the Carlton County bank at this place, while the cashier was at dinner, securing about 800 in silver. The robbers ran for the woode enuth of town, holding the pursuers at bay with loaded revolvers. Tragedy at a Keataeky Rammer Resert. CaB ORCHARn, Ky.. Sept. 24.--A tragedy occurred at Dripping Springs, three miles east of Crab Orchard yester day afternoon, in which Rodney Single ton, a young farmer, was killed; D. G. Slaughter. proprietor of Green Briar Springs, was fatally shot, and William Stamper was dangerously wounded. A young man named Lacey was alightly wounded. Dripping Springs is a sum mer resort in the edge of the mountains. The proprietor gave an old-fashioned dance and picnic there yesterday. D. G. Slaughter was prompting the dance. when Bill Stamper, having drank inor dinately, came in in a maudlin condition a proceeded to create a disturbance. Slaughter ordered him from the ball room, and the Lacey brothers, who were friends of Slaughter, undertook to exe cute the order. After a skirmish Stamper was struck on the head with a pistol and ejected from the room. About an hour afterward Stamper, ac. companied by his friend, Rodney Sin gleton, came upon Slaughter and the Lacey brothera at the large spring. Without the exchange of words themen began to draw pistols and knives, and a pitched battle ensued, with Slaughter and the Lacey brothers arrayed against Stamper and Singleton. Singleton and Slaughter began exchanging shots at each other aimultaneously. Slaughter emptied his revolver, striking Singleton in the abdomen, and then drew a knife, and stabbed him in the breast. Singleton shot Slaughter twice, strok ing him each time only a few inches above the heart. Singleton died immediately, and Slaughter now lies paralyzed from the effects of his wounds, and will die before morning. During the affray Stamper was shot, the ball striking just below the cheek bone, and passing out on the op posite side. He also received a wound in the arm. He made his escape in the woods, and has not been found. It is not known who shot Stamper. One of the Lacey boys reeelved a flesh wound in the leg. All of the men are well known and respected citisen:. Mr. Slaughter has a large family. No arrests have been made. Odd Fellows PFinis. MILWALKri, Sept. 2:-The eovereign grand lodge of Odd Fellows concluded iteanmiem yesterday and adjourned. The action of the grand sire in declining to fiwelh Archbishop Katuer acopyw the ritual wse conemed as thigeopwd that no authority exiete for revealing the . crete of the order to any man ezcept by inltiating him as a mmatier. A rtsou tion was adopted declarlngthst all rage. lationset the sovereign grand lodge for the governmeat of eubordlacte grand jurleariltion shall apply to theSebehah degree sati a code f laws, for that de. gree shall bar been adepted. Jack Rever's. Vale. Nlw Yoax, Sept. 2!.-Pat Sheedy stood in frost of the Galey house last night, and told of the tqter o Jack Hav erly, once the most popular theatrical manager in the United laes. Bwaevy has been placed In a western namme &aq lam. It wil a Sgreyate pqsp istodthe public at large, but not to those who knew o Colonel Haverly's action-his throwing sliver and bank ills on the stage aof western theaters at the feet of thrd-ealms aeerems daring the past few soureaasse Oases. We authbrte ouar adertised dragist to sell Dr. King'a New Disuovery ter oomaemptina, coughs and cold upon thin condition. If you we alisted with a cough, cold. or any lung, throat or chest teoule, and will use this remedy aed bated. giving it a fair trial, and si pe"6man a mo et, yera m ra+etaea the boattl and have your money refunded. W. odd ned mobs tilsaesr did we sot know that Dr. King's New Discovery eould be srled Day It seerdiappolats. Trial bottles free at Jone Wrights drug dors Layemspdeebandii. separation a,,d Mhooting. PLTOSxv. Mich., Sept. 24.- Abram Wileey,a laborer, shot his wife four times with a revolver, probably fatally. yester. terday afternoon, and was himself in. stantly killed by a young man named Henry eik. who had boarded with them. The Wilasys had lived unhappily ever smnce their marriage, seven years ago, and they parted by mutual conseat three weeks ago, when the woman ap. plied for a divorce. Wilsey went to her boarding house yesterday afternoon, and after vainly endeavoring to induce his wife to live with him, drew a revolver, and she fled he fired four shots, all tak. leg effect. Young 81k rushed into the roanp, and dodging behind the door, fired four times. one ball going through Wil sey's body and another struck him in the forehead, causing Instant death. 81k is under surveillance, awaiting the result of the investigation. Mardered a Motornan. ST. Loci, Sept. 24. Edward Fitzwill isms. motorman and conductor of a mid land (suburban) electric cur, was assault. ed by four drunken negroes who refused to pay their fare. As he turned away one of the negroes shot him in the back. The four then disconnected the trolley and fied, leaving h tawilliams dead in his car. The policive so far been un able to trace the murderer. End of a Cattle Thief tarny La colas, Neb., Sept. 24.-A special to the Journal from Verdigris, Neb., the nearest railroad station to Naobrara, says the excitement over the arrest of the cattle thieves is dying out. The prisoners, who are nearly all men of prominence, went into court, secured continuances and gave bonds. Their trd.1 will occur about Oct. 10th in Pierce county. Dusenberry Seatensed, TACOMA, Wash. Sept. 24.-Samuel Dusenberry, ex-cashier of the Bank of Puyallup, who pleaded guilty to the charge of embesalig $20,000 of the hank's funds, was yesterday sentenced to three yearse Imprisonment. Dusen berry came from Rochester. N. V., four years ago. Ckiesge Cattle Market. ClucAoo, Sept.35.-Capital Syndicate, steers, 11831b, lb. Burton, steers,13041b, $3.80; cows, 100lib, $245. McNauara, helters, 3.305; calves, 63.00. Cruss, news, 1022lb, $2.36. Clarey, cows, 1071ib, 2.45. PO8TOFFICE ANNALS. 183-The diferent charge for differ eat distance qatem was abolished tIo Eaglaas, and a uniform rats oi postage. fomrpense per letter, was adopted. iNS-Stamped "postage covers." a kind of envelops, was invaeted and adopted by the Ensgish pastoloe. 18iO-Rowland Hills peas postage system, I penny per letter of half an canes weight. was put in Practical opera tion. -moeadhesiv enlo made by b wers pat is ue directly after the estabiishment of the qatem and enperaeded the "postal cey. ser." 1841-Xsun abjestiom aisse in Je. had to postage stamps haim g the per trait of the sovereign. an account of the suminlg disloyalty la blaohetaga, during seospiati .i the ýesi the maearb. 1814-Mactinary was invested for the ,eaM smufnactare cf etamped envel apes. Much obectionm was msede by the men who manufactured the enavelops by bead. *...- Ltterposge Ied in ths United States at 8 cents and 10 nests, according to distance. tsl7-Postage; stamps introduced into theUnited States. 1154-The annual publication of the reports ct the ritish postmaster gen eras bean. 161--Unitse States letter rate isred at 8 cents for any distance u.4er 8.06Q miles. 1866-A system of book peet was put in operation-4 ounces for 1 penny, 8 ir 8, end as na.-Nt. Louis Glob -Demo ceast. PSiSONAL GO681P. hatess 0svetn d receives from 10 Sinlstters a day contaialag reipes for Willam F. earetly, the chta ci the Deaneaotio adiondl emaugtese has sat taen homushelklegsr)yal heslsR. Drs a hesonpst ded Tuesms, A. T.. calms to e adhict de eseseme$sa Sinr tases DeFara t ie s WMas 2I . aNsh, a sseuatd tse BDetes Gallegec Phaoemay, haspasad a mesessetal masmasteon and baue award sddrog'ecsr e ias. A.. , eesntrve Wasat tags Wemes. There is a woman in Wasinagton sm cis y whose eccentriolatues iaeartalllae are so well known as to pear without comment. Ber pealtiea as a metros of literary proclivities is themotive. frsaar dry gatherings at her house during the season. On one eacosima the gases bid den to the literary feat were Iaformed upon arrival that they mee astery a sll doer, as the maoreag being rainy the would otherwle track madover the hallcarpet. That the hostess is so much a respecter of peaces as of t is further evidenced by her conduct at an afternoon reception. Those of her guests whose garments were ornamented with jet were asked during their stsp to ewmasin in the second parlors where the fursite was of ma bogany. This sorting out process was explained by the frank announcement that if people would wear sharp oreas meuts oa their elothes she must protect her own property by excluding them from the sacred precincts of the first par lor so that the ruiewood furniture coul not be nerate iel.-Kate Field's Wasj ington .: rst..u..n.r ta Drr.ess. 'laetter-If your wotherbad twenty live yards of stuff and made a dress re quiring but eighteen yards. how much would she have left? Uttle Giri--Mamma can't make her own dresses. She bas tried often, and they are always either too- Teacher-Suppose she sent it to a dressmaker, how much would the dressmaker send back? Little Girl-Depends on which drese maker she sent it to. Some wouldn't send back any. Teacher (inpatiently)-Suppose she sent it to an honest one? Little Girl-Some of the honestest ones cut things to waste so that thee is never anything left no matter how much you send 'em.-Good News Many of the South Sea islanders be afeve that paradise can be inherited oniv by persons of perfect physical form Where this belief prevails a man will di rather than submit to amputation A Leadsr. 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, indigestion, constipation, and drive malaria from the system. Satis faction guaranteed with each bottle or the money will be refunded. Price only We 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 iee (St. Paul and Minneapolis) and Chi cago)-The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul. Its train service is more frequent than that of any other line, and unequalled in point of excellence, comfort, speed and safety. It runs five complete and handsomely equipped passenger trains from the Twin Cities to Chicago each day-four of .. which pass through Winona, la icres., Portage, Watertown sad Mil waukee, the ciher passing through Aus. tin, Dubeque and Savanna. It is the only road running trains lighted by electricity and has the excl. says use of the famous eletric reading lamp in each berth. All trains thor oughly heated by steam, doing away with the old-time oar above. It reps th latest libhary buffet smok ing oare, the latest private compsrtmeat oearuehs at drawing room sleeping cars and tiee reclining chair cars on night trains. Dining ea (the alnest service in the west) are attached to each train, esaving firt-class meas at convenient hours. Everybody has heard of the renowned etibuled, electric lghtedateam heated limited ot "The Milwaksee." This is the most thgoughly sad luxuriously equipped train running between the Twin Cities and Chicago. No extra charge. Idaves Xiamelpel 7'3 and St. Paul 8'0 each eveat5s arrives Chi earo 90* following mOwale. The ercemous teefie ealetantly car ried over this read betws Cealgosad the Northwest has neessitated and se ealted is ear d the mast es le sadl sb oesti roadbedsis othi eeuatry, wVMb, tahesr with Si unealedsisi p ur tealatei at and ssinh beags. bt 611006t40the highest dgspees d oty New le the tie to vial the World's Islte--the -edn qggestusiy the Amasrmam people ever here bead see lag the wads is mahse. St. that yeewtieehat seit vb "MXo, eambw' and thus se-m the obat peage ear vias sad mmssrdnemm da Ie thevsyea tth hmdbyu Ow vwy best t be sthieaea Afor yaw J. T. Comm. t . § Paw Iand ai W. B. jORDAN, President. G. M. MILES. Vice-President. H. B. wILEY, Cashier. C. L. CAaRTE, Ass't Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BA . MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, Soooo. SURPLUS Awb PROFITS, Peeuib DAs1 otores W. B. JORDAN, GEo. M. MILES, H. B. WILEY, J. W. STREVELL, HENRY TUSLER, JNO. CARTER, F. C. ROBERTSON. Itasthe~at Pated OR TiAcit Z.D pe iiagggh STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL MZZ .ms o- ~X~ , AC0 E. W. KNIGHT, JR., RECCIVER. 211 t *oe to 0 ta nts. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Washington, D. C., August 9. 109 Notice I. hereby given to all persons having claims against "Tbe Stosk ga - ers National Bank of Miles City.' Montana, that the same must be pressxted t E. W. Knight. Jr.. Receiver, with the legal proof thereof, within three months fdel this date or they may be disallowed. JAeEs H. Ecxz.a, Comptroller of the Your chief object in life is to be content and happy. Guard your health. Buy the American Hosery Co.'s V Cder Twear. The best product in America. d. $.©3L eOTt cc O. >womansasaýe seara. General Insurance Agency. Home of New York. Hamburg-Bremen. Imperial. dim National of Hartford. Niagara. Scottish Union. Traders of Chimag. FREDERIC M. KREIDLER lVSazay P'eople waazt Eico'ole But-have not the needful money to pay for them. For such as these We Rave a Planz which ought to please and satisfy. Briefly it is this: We will re Bicycles by the month or season and will give a due bill for the amount of rent paid. These DUE BILLS we will accept as so mauh CASH within a year towards the purchase of a new bicycle fdes as -any kind that we sell-at the regular price current at the time of purchase. Don't delay if you want to rent. The best riding seagm is at hand. First come. first served. We send out only first cila wheels. For full information write us, enclosing stamp. The Hanry Svrngard icycle ks., 3PO SIIm 1. m B emon Big Bargains in New and Second Hand Wheels. Cash or Monthly Paymen Wr. conaur .oa1 . *~