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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XII. NO. :6. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1893. PRICE PIVE CmNTS POSTOFFCE REGUITIONS. MAILs CL oS * pSN. m. _ ... .a ..dnesd.7: . m. S.7: a.mm. ... .a...... . Z O p. . m . 1ý oel.1, at ridesj ... 7 9i 2p. m. lt fod 6peeMin, Moday. and S............................ p.m. am .......................... 8 l36 i oft arrival of eaern atol, at orl bfore ................... 7:.9 Sorder aloes .................... 4:p. m. p trpom ClAn. W. Saisr. P. M. Nerthe, Pulfi Time Table. LUAv3 aime CITY o0010 WST. º.e lt. ................. L9 p. m. t ! t ......... . 13.M" n p. m. M SWi]rol., i ................. 9:15 a..m. Offilal Olrectory. STATE. Member of Conre...C. . Hartman, Boogman vernor ................. J. E. Rickards, Helena eutov ...................Alex Botkin. Hlena Sof State............ otwit, Helena Stte Treaaurer.......... F. W. Wright, Helena tte Auditor...........Andrew B. Cook, elena 'y General........ Henri J. Haskell, Helena ut Pub Ins................LA. . iteere, Helena Chief Justice..........W. . Pemberton, ielena Ctk Supreme (rt.........BnJ Websater, Helena Associate Justices.... N. arw!d. Billlinog .... . i DeWitt, Butte FEDERIAL. fjurveyor General........ 0n . Eaton, Helena U. S. Marshal ............. J. H. Furey Helena Colletor lont i^,v .......J. H. Mills, Deer Lolde stegter U. S. L. . S. Gordon, Miles (ity eeever . .....A.T. ('ampbell, Miles 'ity Weather Observer....H. R. Boynton, Miles City DISTRICT. Judge Seventh Judicial District ......... ......... Hnm GHo. R Milburn. Miles Ci(t Official Stenographer......... ... ............. Fred W. Kreidler, Miles City ( O' NTY. State Senator........... . R. Swift, Ekalaka State Represettatives R ea Miles City ferl..... . J. Hawkins Miles City e ............... . . hSavage, C Snd Rdr....... A. H. Swerdflgfer, Clk Di, Court ..... W. J. Zimmerman, County Attorney ......... C. H. Loud, Assessor .... ... t.. Jo E. . Newman, r .eyor.............ha. Sexton, Coroner ............. B. Lebcher, Su t of Sehools ..... Mrs. J. E. Lighrt, Pulic Adm .............. Henry Nave, W. N. Hayne,.... Commissioners. W. S. Snell....... Hathaway T. J. Graham...... Rosebud TOWNSHIP. . Whitn.. Conastahle .................H. Hogan, ('ITY. MaYJor...............................Jepo Reyan Sty Attorney ........... .......... . Middleton lerk . ....... ..........S. Gordon curer t......... ........ W Allerton Chief of Police ............. ........ E. S. Jckson Polie Magistrate.....................John Gibb ALIDEMYN. First Waýr-H. W. Melntire. N. P. Sorrenmon. Seeood Ward-Tihn. Oibb W. H. Bullard. . . PH YSICIANS. 0 PMrSIeIAN AND SURGEON. Ofice at W. I. Savages' Drug Store. R. E. F. FISH, PHYIaICIAN SV'ROION AND OusTnRaIeIAN. W(Arat Wundarut nudn Gehurtahelfer) Ofice at W. E. Savages Drug Store. j S. Whitney, DENTI Street over Stoakowers National Bankl rk guaranteed and at reasonable prices. . AUAMI, Dutist, Prao.tIc .ts a ml mthil M A. A*:e SA & ..% nc2:M:. :2.d.*** woe- M 0 V. Cut Lodis RNo. I& meet i WI s ets lA:t: ad th:d Let. .. a P. Can dt. Jae. i Rqtsteq od 3.0.0. Ta.dSao the West meets at Meoede befl me Thaesda weeto. dLGA AZ t PoUt. G No.t at Odd bauth. A basth ad a s IL of Ut pob· 1d aid LM hu H A. 0. V. Tos~h~[d~aneZtra ldeNo.0 rinst .assed sad ethstsgd of -· mouwtb. C*UOCX-. - . , Ant___ M __ ---i-"~ii~="~ ".sts=" . \ Ikil. ~~l~i~ i P stae flfwM wIIs L b w iiý a Y ON hoar ee tM kA ý ·L .a.s ah a+ a a" obll~r~y c THE OLD STORY. Treasurer Washburn Took the Company's Money to Speculate With. IdeNased With the Old Colesy sllrwoad BoeSox, Sept. 28.-At a regular meet Ing of the stockholders of the Old Col ony Railroad company today a big sen sation was sprung when it was announc ed that Treasurer J. M. Washburn had been misappropriating the funds of the Scompany. Washburn, it was said, had started several years ago to take the company's money to speculate with. He had lost in speculations. The securities were turned in to the company as cash at the price Washburn paid for them. As they deteriorated in value during the a last few months, Washburn had taken more money, and finally it could be no alonger concealed from the auditors. a Last Wednesday Washburn left his office, but did not go home, and his fam ily was much worried. He came back a next morning in a pitiable condition, saying he had walked around all night. A doctor was called in, and ordered him y to go to bed, where has been confined ever since. A full confession has been made by Washburn. Yesterday he resigned his position as treasurer of the company, * and made an assignment of all his per sonal property to the railway to make up v the deficiency as much as possible. The bondsmen,of the treasurer will also-be called upon to assist in making good the deficiency, and the Old Colony otfcials claim the defalcation will not affect the dividends. Washburn is about 75 years old and has been treasurer of the Old Colony for thirty years, and treasurer of the Old Celony Steamboat company almost from the time it started. He is also treasurer of the Union freight line. Whether these concerns lose anything it is impos sible yet to say. Washburn owns a fine new house on Beacon street. He is mar ried and has a daughter and a son. A rumor on the street today tixed the amount of the defalcation at 8125,000, but Counsel Benton said there was no authority for any such statement. A call at the home of Treasurer Wash. burn was without avail. Millions is Countertfelt. Niw YORK, Sept. 26.--An extensive counterfeiting plant was raided at Liv ingstone last night, and Angelo Delnoco and has alleged wife arrested. The police secured more than $1,00,000 in counter feit bills. There were four in the gang altogether, two men and two. women. Before State Commissioner Bellows at Brooklyn today Delnoco was held in $5,000 and the woman in $2,500 ball, it seems that Delnoco isan expert engraver and had charge of an extensive plant in the Argentine Republic. On account of the revolutionary troubles he returned to this country about three months ago. He entered into an arrangement with a man named Perris to make counterteits of Argentine currency, and the woman was to dispose of it for good American speie and bills. Perris weakened and gave information to the police,- which led to the raid lat night. wT. same. at Mota... Sued. CanoAoo, Sept. 27.--Justice Brayton decided a case that Montana folks are considerably wrought up over. C. L. Fowler brought suit agasust Commis sioner Bickford and the State of Mon tana to recover $125, alleged to he due him in salary for services rendered dur ing the season at the fair. Justice Brayton decided adversely to the plain titf, holding that the Montana commis sion should handle the matter, and un til such action had been taken it would not be in the juridibtlon of the lower courts to interfere. Fowler is a news paper man and was to do press work for the Mqntana exhibit. A Villang wiped oat. Daraor, Sept. SS.-Coral. Mich., a town ao 0O0 inhabitants, is practically wiped out by re. oseeraes Care. We authorise our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, upaon this condition. If you are aMated 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 periscee no beneLt, you may return the bottle and have your money reunded. We could not make this ofer did we not know that Dr. Kings'a New Discovery could he relied on. It neverdisappoints. Trial bottles frse at John Wright's drug store. Img else 5 and s. Mianin by Conviets. NASHVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 27.--Gover nor Turney has approved an agreement between the penitentiary commissioners and the East Tennessee Land Company for the purchase by the State of 9,000 acres of coal lands in Morgan county for $80,000, and upon the expiration of the present penitentiary lease the state will go into the coal mining business. ChObess Cattle Market. Cmcaoo, Sept. 27.--T. Cruse, 12381b, $3.00. Wibaux, 1000-12871b, $2.75 to $3.00. Berry & Boice, 11191b, $g.00. Home Land & Cattle Co., 10001b, $2.80. Montana Cattle Co., 1.3ilb,4.40; 11881b, 13.25; 12181b. $3.15; 1203, 62.80; cows, 976lb, 62.80; cows, 7641b, $2.10. NICE YOUNG ',AN, SUT A FOOL. Ee te ttterly To,., Good, aend His Wife I i;. k of :;. r garlgan. One of the best girls any fellow ever knew and th lI pride of a village not a thousand mi!;! from Pittsburg made a fatal mistal, when she married. Being such a happy girl, so sensible and so much sought after by the best young men in the n,.i~hborhood, every one con fidently expected her to make a great catch. But she didn't, and now her neighbors are wondering how it all hap pened. She married a fol. That ex. plains it all. No need to go into details. The fact that he dressed well and that he moved in good society and was known as a "very nice young man" will not make the case any plainer. He is a fool. and that is all there is about it. His foolishness consisted largely in believing that the world was not made right. that the people are wrong hearted as well as wrong headed, and that it is thi, duty of every one to array hi:nseli against everything as it exists and keep up a constaut grumbling, growling and complaining. This young man was very religious in a sense. He honestly aid faithfully endeavored to keel) himself unspotted from; the world by avoiding contact with it. He went not into b:d company, nor did he patronize picnics and evening parties. Lut staid at home reading good books and thinking how he could spin for himself a cocoon tha; would keep the outside world away from him. He did not realize the fact that he who has himself for companncn and friend is in very poor company. It was this sort of chapthatour ~todeo girl married. She ought to have known better, but she mistook his knowledge of books for an evidence of brains and of learning, while the fellow really hadn't two ideas of his own about anythr... The inside history of this case shows t.. she did not love him any better than s.e had other men. but ha was such a nice young fellow that she thought there would he no risk taking him. In fact, she took him in the hope of escaping the very misery she is now suffering. He doesn't beat her with a club. nor does he get drunk and smash the furniture, but he tires her life out by lecturing her, finding fault continually and never comn mending, and trying to make her under. stand that her place is at home and that her duty itto him. Their home is dreary and chilly. and their lives bout the same. They are both satisfed that marriage to a failure, and they cannot be made to beliee otherwise. It isn't the man who has the least book knowledge that is the biggest ool, nor are those who are short on general inftormation to be classed with numakull.. uome of the most de ghtftl o ea may meet se those who are with an abo. eance of eann sense. They know absolutely mothing of Darwin mor of Blws and mos a great deal about electrical science, and they mayevs eat with their kaives, pour their oofee into sanucers an blow $te soup to cool it, yet with all'the shortooming. and deeats they re the most delightful people to know. Their hearts e all ra h, and they adaer. stand enough of the soleae of ife to know how to live comfortably them. selves and to makeothers happ.-Plfts bars Commerdlal Gamete. Usep as a Usieaees. A physician says that the cry for ast has always been loader than the ry for food. Not that it is more Impor tart, but it is often herder to obtain. The best eat -ome from sound sker Of two manor women, otherwseequal, the one who sleep best will e th most healthy and ercent. Sleep wil do much to aour Irritabilty t temper. peevishb s and une ainea. It will so sto vigor to an overworked blsia. It wil aue a Ibeadahe. It will eaae a beoken spirit. It will eose a sorrow. Indeed, we may make a longS Atof aervous and other malad that deep wri oun. The ea.s aof laleesmam requrles a dle, good bed, sufelent en Ise to pI -e wr eedns pleasat - oampa ion, good air and not too wasm a room; a dear eeoaienes and avoid ans of stimalats nd nae"e For those who me *orerwaked, beuard, aerwms, who pam deeple sights, we aesamend the adoption of sash baetm as will ame deep otherwie dm e well h asbot, and what th.se is ft wadly A frmter near Sparteabas-, C., had metnd may egg. o late, se he dielsd to et a I and rach theo efa er. Th Wie. be clamsproved to be a igm ate as an Artikle of D.es. Rats have never found favor as a t delicacy for the table in Europe or in s this country, but in many lands they are relished as an article of diet. The negro slaves of Jamaiae used to regar them as a dainty, their masters not providing them with any other meat. Their method of cooking the tooth some rodents was to impale each one on a long wooden skewer, after clean- ( ing the animal and cutting off the tall, turning it briskly around over a fire until the hair was all burned off. Then It was seraped until free from for, and dnally the end of the skewer was stuck into the ground, inclined toward the fire until it was toasted dry and crisp thus being made ready for the meal. Rase may commonly be seen for sale in' the markets of any Chinese town, split and pressed under a heavy weight, so as to look somewhat like dried fish. In this shape thet pigtalled oriental buys them. soaks them in water and then boils, roasts or fries them.-Wash higton Stair. A society way o,rgnilizfi- mn New York city natrly I..O, ": :-r.. ago for the encouragetument ~t Amerltan woolena. The tle th- f ,t e society forbadeeuntitig lian ,*lr tIIU1t.oU or the slaughter oi sheep Preferred New Yoer to Pais. Americans are always proud of their own institutions, and here Is an instans e which ought to please peopir. A young woman who is an artist came to New York prepared to sail hs here to Paris to take a course in art there While in New York she looked around and inquired about our own League. She found that she could derive so muany advantages from a course with the Laague that she promptly decided to stay here, at least for the present, and study in New York. Few people can object to compliments of this kind. --New York Tribune. 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, Indigestion, constipation, and drive malaria from the system. Satis faction guaranteed with each bottle or the money will be refunded. Price only H 50c per bottle. Sold by John Wright. --I 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 unequalled in point of excellence, comfort, speed and safety. It runs five complete and handsomely I equipped passenger trains from the Twin Cities to Chicago each day-four of which pass through Winona, La Cranss, Portage, Watertown and Mil. waukee, the other passing through Aus I tin, Dubuque and Savanna. It is the only road running trains lighted by electricity and has the exclu .ive use of the famous electric reading lamp In each berth. All trains thor oughly heated by steam, doing away with the old-time car stove 0 It rues the latest library buffet mok iag ars, the latest private compartment care, elegant drawing room sleepl. g car and fres reclining hair are on nIght tralm Dining cars (the nset service in the wet) are attahed to each train, servig firt-class meals at convenlent hours. Everybody has heard of the renowned vestibled, electric lighted, steam heated limited of "The Milwaukee." This is the most thoroughly and luxuriously equipped train running between the Twin Cities and Chicago. No extra charge. Leaves Minneapolis 730 and St. Paul 8:10 each venang; arrives Chi aego 9-0 following morning. The enormous traSo constantIy ear. rid over this rad between Chicago and the Nort 'est has amesitated and re suited in one at the most solid and sub stsatlal aedbeds in this o ntry, whlich, together with its unrivalled pmasger train equapment end mservices Isures to its patrons the highest dgree at saety Now is the time to visit the World's Fair-te grandest opportunlty the cAmerican people ever have had at se Slag the world in miniature Se that your tiebt reeds via "Til MilwauYee" and thnus sere the best posible ser vice and nsmrpssdencomasodatioa the very best to be obtained for your Imo.ey. J. T. Comm, A et. Ow. Pas. Agt., t lt.Psal Mias W. B. JORDAN, Fresident. G. M. MILSs, Vice-President. H. B. WILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $5o ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, aSgga 1Zfteotonms W. B. JORDAN, Gro. M. Mlss, H. B. WILEY, J. W. STanVELL, HENRY TUSLER, JNO. CARTER, F. C. ROBERTSON. ,nrteo*it Peaird opn 101 0Tpor a. STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL Mt MII -mss C'JL'., :&L:OC.Tv't'A"VFr E. W. KNIGHT, JR., RECEIVER. Zo tice to 0Jl1sYin ant. TREASrBY DEPARTMENT, Ofice of the Comptroller of the Currency. Washington. D. C., August 9, il Notice is hereby given to all p~rsons having claims against "The Stock Gew ers National Bank of Miles City, Montana, that the same must be pressltd Yt E. W. Knight, Jr., Receiver, with the legal proof thereof, within three months tase this date or they may be disallowed. JAMES H. ECKLas, Comptroller of the C Are TPou. Happy? Your chief object in life is to be content and happy. Guard your health. Buy the American Hosery Co.'s TTn2ider~er. The best product in America. C1. S-. WOTNiofR , 4, 3O. b13 al ndss 1sIIe. General Insurance Agency. Home of New York. Hamburg-Bremen. Imperial. idug National of Hartford. Niagara. Scottish Union. Traders of Chiseg FREDERIC M. KREIDLER IMaVy FePeople But-have not the needful money to pay for them. For such as thes We aIave a il1asi which ought to please and satisfy. Briefly it is this: We will rast Bicycles by the month or season and will give a due bill for the fgs amount of rent paid. These DUE BILLS we will accept as so mfe CASH within a year towards the purchase of a new bicycle from u -any kind that we sell-at the regular price current at the time 4t purchase. Don't delay if you want to rent. The best riding ses is at hand. First come. first served. We send out only kst cl wheels. For full information write us, enclosing stamp. The Harry Sv pard Bicycle ., sw g~ng~ae l Big Bargaia(in New and Second Hand Wheels. Cash or Monthly Payn w i TW. Om . O J 2mc1a Aggag t ; Job PrintingW, L.atemst aw iIz2 . .w i h]IImaII. Joruu~re~ ~~L-,