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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XII. NO. i5. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS VO=M .II NO. ... ....=. CIY OTNWIN, SETE.E rl. 19 RC IEC POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE. ...... ....... I... 6 p. m. 59 p.m. Moa, Wed.e.ula...... .- 7:7a. m. Ri Mondays, Wednd 8:0 p. m. i aa arrival f 'astern t 8:1 . m. mall, at or beoe ................... 7:9 . Sord eloses ................... 409 p. m. oenm r Iltol pm. CHAS. W. rsYDa, P. M. hrthen Pft Time Table. AV MILES CITY GOING weiT. iL .raS ei .efaht 6............... 11up. 1M a F reight ................... t lu a. LEAV1 M.LsM CITY 150I0 EAST. N A tote Mail ................... 6 .. Iam. sI rem Freight ................ 11: a p. No M Wpr YreFreight ................... :15 a. Offlinil Directory. STATE. ember of Congress...('. Hartman, o Isemann er r ........... .....J. E. Rickards, Helena e ................... Alex Botkin, Helena O Itary of State .. ... . L. rlotwitt, Hiele.ns StaTreasur..r ... . WWriht, Helena tAuditor ...........Andrew H. took, Helena t'y (leneral .... .... nri. HHri J. kl,Hl t Pub lnr .............. E. A. Stler,, Hile.a e Justc......W.... W. V. Premherton, llensa Supreme ('r. .... Jen. Webster, Helens Asuciate Justices N .... arwom Billings FEDERAL. or General..... ....,.. . .aton, Helena .S. Marshal ... .... J. H. Furey Helena oector at . .... J. H. Mills, aIer Ltl ster U. S. . O .. .. G(ordi , Miles City ei'ver ...A. T. ('ampbll, Hies tity ather Obrvr... H. R. oynton. Miles ('it DISTRI('T. Judge Seventh Judicial District...... .... Hn Geo. R Milburn, Miles City Of~icial Sten i pher.... .. ...... . .... ...... Fr,. W. Kr0iidler. Miles City COUNTY. State Senator...........R. Swift, Ekalaka State Representatives} J R: McKay, ilesC'ity t L. A. Huffman .... Sheriff ...............J. Hawkins, Miles City asurer........W. W . Savapge,. Clk nd Redr....... .H. Swerdlger, .k Dlis Court..... W. J. Zimmerman, County Attorue) ....... ('. H. Lund, ssessor....- .... ( . Newman, Sreyor ................ 'has. Sexton, Cor.er .............. H. . Lebeherto out M chools..... Mrs. J. E. Light. icblic Adm .............. Henry Nave. W. N. Hayuo s..... " Commiioners.. .W. S. 8Sne ....... Hathaway T. J. Graham ..... Ro ebud TOWNSHIP. Justices. ..... I John Oibb., Miles City . . . Si. Symons.. Constable ..................I. H igan, CITY. ayor ...........Je p Ryan ty Attorney ................ B. Middleton Clek .................... ........... S. Gordon reasur er. ................ ( W Allerton hiefo Poliee ....................... S. Jacksm Poliee Magistrate .....................John Gibb ALDBENEIS. First W.d--H. W. Meentire N. P. Srrenson. Second Ward-Thos. flbb W.H. Bullard. PHYSICIANS. PH I('I4hN AND SURGEON. Office at . E. Savages' Drug Store. R. E. F. FISH SPnTICvAUt ?ROfuN AND OCCTETRICIAN. W(at. Wundart und(ieburthbelfer) OfwIe a' .. aoar ' Dlrug Store. S. Whitney, DENTIST. sinsatreet over Stoolkrowers National Ban, ork guaranteed and at reasonable prices. .I . AAMY , tat and AOCITTEMB. LO O- *P. C~ . , meets l L 0 1. Cneaerdl~ag No. I2.mt inte eraa set aed tLd me J .t?. .Star of the Wet Imeet. at Masoni eDee Thraday evetning. SA. 2 U.S. Grant Poet. .o I. ae at Odd .e rl ad th W R daI o eo(· m rpat o acd ad fourth Saturdawy t c a km P aiý !, a.Puatsw Mw - barithMasi Pahe styok. a l. n:dre, « THROWN FROM BED, The Dastardly Deed of Sailors in a California Board ing HOuse. The Bludidtag blws to Pieces-Th.r nea Killed and These Othlew Sere.sy lJuaed. SAN, FRANCIMSC, Sept. 25.-One of the most hideous crimes in the annals of the city, resulting from the long-standing feud between union and non-union sail. ors, was perpetrated last night. Shortly after midnight the southern part of the city was shaken by a terrific explosion A dynamite bomb had been tired is front of a water-front boarding house filled with non-union sailors. The front of the building was blown to atoms. and six of the inmates were horribly man gled. Three of these were instantly killed and others may die. By whom the bomb was fired is not definitely known but the owners directly charge the deed upon some members of the seamen', union. One of these, named John Ty. rell, has been arrested. The boarding house was kept by John Curtin. It war Curtin's custom to secure be.ths for hit patrons on ships employing non-unior men. Less than a week ago place was entered by a crowd of union men led by John Tyrell. Curtin was threatened and when the men left they told him his home had only a short time to exist Last night all the inmates retired at usual. Soon after midnight the explo sion occurred, shakiug the city foo blocks. The entire front of the board ing house was torn away, carrying the front of the adjacent structure with it Men were thrown from their beds across the street. The sidewalk where the ex plosion took place was ripped to atoms A black hole, with smouldering beams about it, showed where the bomb blew np. Four groaning victims lay on the street near by. and beside them were two corpses, stripped of nearly every bit of clothing, lying in a pool of blood and cinders. An ambulance was soon on the scene, and the victims were quickly res cued from the debris and taken to the hospital. The killed and wounded are as follows: Dead, George Holmes and Brick McGuiness; fatally injured, W. T, McKenzie, Charles Owen and Ed Mur phy; seriously wounded. John Curtin jr. Three of the injured men died today, making the total fatalities five. Their names are Charles Bernard, who went by the name of Owen. Richard Murphy and W. T. McKenzie. The police are working on the case, but as yet have made no more arrests. A Horrible Deed. UNIOYTOWrr , Pa., Sept. 25.-An ino.t fensnve old cripple, Samuel Rightly, 84 years of age, and his wife, two younger, who lived alone on their farm in North. ampton township near this place, were foully murdered some time last night. The perpetrator of the deed afterward set tire to the house to cover up his crime. Early this morning a neighbor discovered that the house of the'Right ly's was on fire. With the assistance of other neighbors he extinguished the fames. The charredremainsof theaged couple were found lying on a bed in a room on the first floor. Mr. Rightly's skull had been fractured by a hatchet or an axe, and Mrs. Rightly's heed and face were cut in several places. Nothing is known as to the motive of the murderer, as the old people were known to be in indigent circumstances. An inquest will be held tomerow. Oarcle ca.ets market. CalcAoo, Sept. SB.-Berry-Roice Cu.. steers, 1153b, 2.90. Mabry, steers, 10231b, $2.70. Bloom Co., 116316, 822.5. Ryan, 171b, 3.15. Swiftt, 11081b, $2.90. Wibeeux, oows, 911b, I40; steers, 19961b, $3.0. Cruse, 1187lb to 12841b, P..70 to $533. Montana Co, 1185ib, 82.80. Concord, 1101ib, $2.0. Th e et thoe bmett. of the Se . Vicrosal , B. C., Sept. 25.-The United State s bery steamer Albatross arrived bhe today. She reports having made deep sea soundings a the coast at Alas. ka, reaching a depth of 4,00 fathoms, the greatest depth e.r seached. ossusagses Care. We authorie our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery car cosamp;loo, coughs and colds, upon this condition. It you are aieted with a cough, cold, or any lung, throat or chest trouble, and will use this remedy as dhreced, sing it a fair trial. and ex perience no be.is8t, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Disovoery could be relied on. It neverdisappolats. Trial bottles free at Jobn Wright's drug store. Iage sife l0a and L . NO IXTRA NIsl-ION. What the Ilntlte Peopl, Have to Say oa the seItteet. ANACONDA. M-"nt., Sept. 27.-[Special to the JocLa.AL.J--At a meeting of the Butte Miners' Union, held last night, the action by which a few members had committed the union in favor of an extra session of the legislature was rescinded and the resolution expunged from the minutes by a vote of 827 to 75. The union was in session till 2 o'clock this morning. At that hour, by a vote of 386 to 75, the Miners' Union passed resolu. tions to the effect that the Miners' Union is a non-political body; that it discoun tenances the idea the union is in favor of an extra session, and that it is oppos ed to any committal of the union to a declaration for an extra session. At a mass meeting in Butte on Mon. day night. called by the advocates of an extra session, the vote was against an extra session 40 to 1. Brtnklyn'k Bleoody kattler. NE:w Yoax, Sept. 25.--Riots occurred yesterday afternoon in Brooklyn. in which 130 Italian laborers, 78 Irish laborers and 75 policemen participated. Many of the fighters were badly injured. The trouble arose overadispute between an Irish and an Italian boss on a street railway construction force, the country. man of each taking the part of their re spective leaders. The men were armed with axes, iron rivets, spades and pickaxes. In a mo ment the wholce neighborhood was in an uproar. Bricks were thrown, smashing windows and doors. There is a large Italian population in this section, and the Italian combatants received rein fc-'emens. Three of the Italians rushed inio the hallway of Charles Marler's house. All carried axes. They were met by Mr. Marler, who tried to prevent their entrance. They knocked him down and ran up to the roof. They de molished the chimney and hurled the bricks at the heads of their antagonises. The latter fell back towards Sands street. The Italians followed, and near the cor ner were again driven back. Police Capt. Hardi and forty officers came on a run down Flushing avenue. They were not noticed at trint,and it was only when their clubs began to fly that their presence became known. The Ital ians showed no intention of desisting, and turning on the officers of thb law. began fighting them. Roundeman Eaton led thirty-five men from the Second pre. cinct into Sands street, and when the Italians realized that they had a foe be hind as well as one in front they surren dered. The police arrested twenty. Four others who were severely wounded were taken to the city hospital. Almost all of the rioters suffered from cuts and bruises. IExprmw... '.iekuwai.. They have , rage for uicknamee down at Marblehead. There are so muany o them that now a directory toa erloasty nader oonsideration. A veteran boat man whose nether limb. describe almost a circle is given the euphoolous appelal tiv of "Ice Tong," sad ansmwers to it now among hi riends ooaemalas eead Ily as to his own family patronymic. Another townman walkiag stiy along the winding strate with both afmw hanging straight down before him is hailed as "BaIl Past 1." both hands down. yoe know.--Bosto JournaL A ab.ewd eaIJ i Man I 'hat Manager- ome pa s domma. want the earth. Second Manager-That is. so. I once eaged one who demanded all the r edpts of the hoae. bt aill I made rummy H* ow did you make out tn do thu I i marrid her when the iseaoe was over."-Tesasn iftings She--You vena't brought mo a boz of candy aionc we were masried. He--Ye. but think of the toem I brought ou before we wge married. New York Weeklr A Mxs. rair. Foreigner(on a ubuorban train)-Who ts that diatiagnished looking gentiaan showing so much attention to that ordi nary looking woman beside Mi Blather-Ol. that i De Pita-Smith re tarning from town with a new cook. ife. Champagne owes as quality so the all. a mixture t abalk. ilica. bight lay adn oxide of Iron. and to the great a and delicate mealmulatios in mean efaet _. A book ofa thouuad pmag could be written on "Wondem and COrioites Respecting the Crab amily." and each chapter made aprpoe to the title too "I don't ee why you call him greedy. when be gave you h anice large apple to divide." '"That just it. f coure I had to gie him the biget pse the."-(hb apo ttba Clat Vbotegwaphy and' Medleal DMagmois. It seems there must be added to the already numerous applications of pho. tography that of an agent in medical diagnoses. A Berlin lady was having her pbotograph taken. The face in the arst negative came out covered with spots. Exanination showing nothing abnormal in the sitter: a second was taken with the same result, so it could not be the fault ef the plates. What was t? In a week the poor wmenan died of smallpox. The cleverest physician could have perceived nothing. but the sensitive film of the photograph ic plate had 'letected an actinic alters tion of the sl- n where the postules were to develop.- >iudon Tit-Bits. auetlrying Vasity. "It's b.vely to have a small bit of van ity." said a little wom:an. tying her bon. net strings before the glazn. "'That's a very unorthodox sentiment. my dlear." laughed the looker on. "Do you thin'k so? I am not so sure of that." Imeditat.,l the little woman, be. inmlng to pUt o,: her gloves. "1 should not Ie able to f;:c the lpeple I have to ",". t.,a:Vy nor acc,?ll li.h the min.ion I have l: |and if I was li.t ::re th:t imy hat it I iiiiL nivnim gond well Ii ting and the i .t r .t+t,:,:., t 4:y dress irre pro.acihal, . i he:- . I. loak w-ell. and Sre:lertkji e l la' :".: le i , , Iln'. So I cu. p1 e* . tei. . . n . :i. I Want. C.antily. I s t'ra : . T.ere n.:.y le ODDS AND ENDS. The population of modern Athens is only a little more than 100,000. Over 20 per cent of reading men in ev ery country are shortsighted or other wise of defective vision. Greek paintings were executed in dis. temper with glue, milk or white of eggs and on wind. clay, plaster, stone, parch ment or canvas. In Paris the latest fad is to ride a bicycle in the Bois in the morning, and many of the titled French women do it and of course do it well. 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 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 50c per bottle. Sold by John Wright. What Is 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. Paul. Its train service is more frequent than that of any other line, and unequalleI 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 Crosem, Portage, Watertown and Mil. waukee, the other passing through Aus tin, Dubuque and Savanna. It is the only road running trains lighted by electricity and has the exclu. sire use of the famous electric reading lamp in each berth. All trains thor oughly heated by steam, doing away with the old-time oar store. It raa the latest library buffet mok. ing oars, the latest private compartment cars, elegant drawing room sleeping ears and fesw reclining chair car on anight trains. Dining ars the inest service in the west) are attached to each train, serving first-class meals at convenient hours. Everybody has heard of the renowned restibuled, electric lighted,steam heated limited of "The Milwakee." This is the meet thoroughly end luxuriously equipped train running between the Twin Cities and Chicago. No extra charge. Leaves Minneapolis 7:J0 and St. Paul 8:10 each evening; arrives Chi cago 9:90 tfollowing moraning. The enormous traefc constantly car red over this road betwesen Chicago and the Northwest bus a.nlltasted and re stted aioae t the . m solid sad m-b. etathial eadbeds in this coutry, which, tagether wish its usnivarled pameger train equipp ent and esrvle, lases to its patrons the highest d .esed .tsasty Now is the time to visit the Weo.d's Pair--the gsdst opporauity the Amelrica people ever have had of e lag the world in miniature. See that your ticket rea via "'the Milweaubse" and thus s-ers the beet possible r vice and unsurpessedacoomm atna. th very best to be obtained for your J. T. Coass, Aest. Gee. Pas. Agt., t 11 ]ale vi W. B. JoRDAN, Fiesident. G. M. MILES, Vice-President. H. B. fILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $So,ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $%aM Daireortcsr W. B. JORDAN, GCEO. M. MILES, H. B. WILEY, J. W. STREVELL, HENRY TUSLER, JNO. CARTER, F. C. ROBERTSON. Xhtez*ort P2cd on *>Lrmoe Dep.olaeLti STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK MXX.mm OXl'rp , MTlzq4lIEOMTW. E. W. KNIGHT, JR., RECEIVER. 1boloo to im0samnat. TREA.LRY DEPARTMENT, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Washington, D. C.. August 9, IlS Notice is hereby given to all ,perbona having claims against The Stock (re - ers National Bank of Mile. City. Montana. that the same must be presented ao B. W. Knight Jr. Receiver, with the legal prool thereof, within three months tram this date or they may be disallowed. JAMES H. ECKLg, Comptroller of the Curra . A.re "You Sappy? Your chief object in life is to be content and happy. Guard your health. Buy the American Hosery Co.'s ndodet._ear. The best product in America. 0. $. T4OWVE3uM et O. wm~sal ah.i 1 WW;. General .Insurance Agency. Home of New York. Hamburg-Bremen. Imperial. ZLk National of Hartford. Niagara. Scottish Union. Traders of ChiW FREDERIC M. KREIDLER Ma1Bay Freople1 wiait EBioao1e But-have not the needful money to pay for them. For such as thee We IEve a wlazn which ought to please and satisfy. Briefly it is this: We will res Bicycles by the month or season and will give a due bill for the fal amount of rent paid. These DUE BILLS we will accept as so m.I CASH within a year towards the purchase of a new bicycle from 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 seeas is at hand. First come. first served. We send out only first cl wheels. For full information write us, enclosing stamp. The Hany svuqwd Bicycle Cs, 44 Big Bargains in New and Second Hand Wheels. Cash or Monthly Paymeal * JwLn Zrd .azEe Afe.t. < , I.T.