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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XII. NO. 19. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, I893. PRICE PIVE CENTS PODwc IIEULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE. ..... ............... p. m . er. Mondayy, Wednea 8p. s d Friday ................... 7 0a. m. Sttu . 1:60 p. m. .*m ···i·.. .... ............ 800p.m. 1 lyree Secia Triday.... -. 7 p. m. Imo ......................... 80p. m. ' on·rrival ot eastern n8:5a torbe lo se.................... & p. m. pe fom 1to1p.m. Cwas. W. a8sDr, P. 3. hrther P~i Tim Table. L3AI RMLi CITY I001 WagT. io Pelle Mail ... ....p.... tprees Freiht ......: 11:32 p. m. 0e Wa Freight ................... IVa.m. o.2 s M ha ................... a t h6: a.m. toM Way FreightaG .............O:. a.m. Offilao l Diretory. STAT'. Member( ongress.... S. Hartml an Ho.,man -euttno ................J. E. Rick.tsn, Helen-, t re raot. ta......... L...Al Rotwitt, Helena S~iate Tr.surer ... .... F. W. Wright, Helena State Auditor .... ..... Arew B. (ook, Hele.na dt'y General......... He.nri J. HaskeII. Helena Olapt PubIs .............E . .A. Steenn, Helena ier use......... W.W W. Pemirtop. Helena Ck Supreme ('rt ..........nj Weftr.. Hele.a Associate Justies.... N Harw sl, Hilling . ....... . E . Lki lt, Cu te FEDERAL. Srveor General ......... Geo. . .aton, H.elena Collecto J . . r F. H. urey Helena 1. S. marshal .............. J. J. H . Mlls Ho.De eigster I.. S. L.... . . Gordlon, Miles City Wecetver h..r ...A. T. ("atnplll, Miles (ity easther Oboerver... H. R. .,ynton. Miles (itr DISTRHI(:T. Judge Sekventh Judilcial District......... . Hon Geo. R Milburn, miles ('Ity Offlicial Stenograplr................... ............ Fred W. Kreidler. Miles C('ity ('OUNTY. State Senator, ... ...... Si....fR. Swt. ,kala.ka State Repre.,mtatives ". H.scta .M'les ('ity oneril .............. . J Hawkinsl. Miles (it E asurer ............... . n. avae , Ht Clk and Rcdr..'....... H. w.rdfldger - -'lk Div ( curt ..... W. J. 2immrau,. . ounty Attorneyf.........('. H. L Rosd. usesor .... ........ Jo(il. E. Newman. i SIrveyor...................('res. .R.tou Corner..f............ ('. ... heWrro. if O8altol ..... M.. J. S .. ckon. Pollce.m .............. Henry Nave. Cmsor..l W. N. Ha Ps, . r... o. ( e W. W. Sne E....... Hathaway TOWNSHIP. J e ................ John (bb Miles City Countabl....... . . ..... '.. .. 4~~UNB. ···... ......... H. H gan. * ,' ayor ................ .... ............ . JeeD R1an º,ttorue. .................... ('. R. Iddleoba ALDZ2K*nr. First W -H. W. Mcntire, N. P. tlumnusn. Boca" as W -Tdu-. Gbt b W. .H. alJlad. PHTSICIA!4. .. P.HDSILNi AND SURGEON. av.. e' Drg Store. R. Kf. F. FISH, PRStsCIAt St.arox AND O3STfT3ItCZAx. (Arat, Wund.aztt and (ieburtebelter) Oice at W. K. Sacrap' Drug Store. *S. Whitney, lte DENTIST. SStet over Stueltow' er National Bank okguaranteed and at rea.uonable price. AD. AAMS, Practioes all latest and A . E , ,GweA :: .t o.. m a .;a m . e oiut h. a dr e . . .. aanya solreu `An ode mecat m atI'sta atm e .. baint cuUlv -, ·tatp it .af~i. SILVER QUESTION. Cooper Introduces a Resolution for Finding the Will of the People. The Governors of the Several to he Re qgested to Hold an Eleetlon on Free Cominage. WASHI'tOTOn, Sept. 30.-Representa tire S. B. Cooper of Texas today pre sented the following resolution, which was referred to the Ways and Means Committee: Whereas. In the enactment of all laws the will of the majority should control, and, Whereas, There is a decided opinion among Congressmen of the United States now assembled in legislative ses sion as to the will of the people upon the question of the coinage of money by the United States; therefore, be it Resolved, That the governors of the several states be requested to cause to be held an election in their respective states on the first Tuesday in November next for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the people upon the question of the coinage of money by the Unite] States, and at such election those in favor of the free coinage of both gold and silver, without discrimination against either metal, shall have printed or written upon their tickets. "For Free Coinage," and those opposed to the free coinage of both gold and silver, without discrimination, shall have written or printed upon their tickets. "Against Free Coinage.' and said election shall be held and returns thereof made in accordance with the laws of the respective states governing the election of representatives to the legislatures of said states. and the returns and result of said election sub mitted to the Congress of the United States by the governors of the several states. A Dasy of Oratory. WV.SHlOY;TG(. Sept. 30.-The debate on the federal election bill in the house is slow in warming up. Interest yester day rather waned than waxed. Five very commonplace speeches by Lacey of Iowa, DeArmond of Missouri. Gillette of Mas sachusetts, Wheeler of Alabama and Blair of New Hampshire were delivered to an audience that decreased so rapidly that if the debate had continued an hour longer, there would have been no one left but the speaker, the silver mace and the clock to listen to the oratory. When the house adjourned there were scarcely a doaen memberson the floor. Nealper Webb In Trouble. TOPEKA. Kas.. Sept. 30.-W. W. Webb, railroad ticket scalper, was arrested this afternoon upon complaint of General Passenger Agent luck of the Santa Fe, charged with forgery. Detectives have been after him for two years. In Webb's office was found an exact duplicate of the stamp used by General Passenger Agent Nicholson, as well as the dupli cate of the Rock Island's stamp. The railroad people claim he was able to make salable all outlawed tickets, and has been doing a wholesale business. He was held in 83.000 bonds. Webb was formerly a clerk in the Santa Fe offce. Pahl ead Tas eao Ml Wife. KiGnoso,. Ont., Sept. 30.-The impo. sitie of a poll ta on Mrs. .qay, the Chinese wife of Rev. Dr. McKay, the eminent missionary, has caused quite a stir in religious oircles. Begause of her marriage Mrs. McKay is now a British subject. Churchmen do not blame the emtome ofcials at Vancouver, where the tax was levied, they, it is said. hav ing no discretion in the matter. Cam'st a t se i. Naw toa, Sept. 3.-lawyer Crom well, counel for the receivers of the Northern Pacific, announces that they have not funds enough to justify them In meeting the iatere. t oan ; 8 000 of 6 per ceat ascend r bonds, due on October 1st, but hope soon to be able to do so. Astheer Oseedi a as aemeat. Naw Yoax, Sept. 30.-The bank state ment shows increases in every instance, a If lw. Resar. $e.11,000; loans MA0o, slee, b 1,290 0 l.gal teedera, U4I JI r doppstay WrAgal$es.cita. ao. N$.000. The beaks now held P122Ico0 in excess of the legal require. nets - Nw Br...s Ual. a.a Wamalxoro. Sept. SD.-Comptrcler of the Oermay Eckles today author ted the organlastion to the Northra Natiosal baek of OGret lau, Most, by Albert M. Scoott and associates. A U.esasm Appiaml tes. Was·usmrow. Sept. 30.--The President has appoanted J. D. Coorad postmaster at Marysville. MoYt. Ptecnas.pkr. Los..oe. Sept.: ).--A private dispatch received here from Rio de Janeiro by a prominent tfirm engaged heavily in Bra IIzlian trade, gives the following impor tant information: The American minister yesterday in structed the commander of the United States steamer Charleston to protect American goods in barges on the bay from seizure by the revolting squadron. He also telegraphed the goverdment at Washington advising that the United States vigorously protest against the further bombardment of Rio de Janeiro; that many non-combatants have been killed and much property destroyed by the repeated tiring on the city. The United States government has instruct ed Minister Thompson to make every possible effort to protect American per. sons and property, and that all the moral force of the government had been exert ed to prevent further destruction and bloodshed. tllver G(ettlas Mearee. NEW YoKx, Sept. 30.--The stock of silver bullion in the open market is not very large. Shipments of late have de creased materially. This is due to the closing down of the leading western sil. ver mines, and no large addition to the supply is to be expected until the price of sliver advances sufficiently to allow a portion of the mines to resume. Practietl Phillathbeep. An excellent steward of this world's goods is Augnstus Hemenway, a retired farmer of Canton. Mass. He invited all the public school teachers of that town 6 in number, to take a 10 days' trip to the World's fair at his expense. This is practical philanthropy of a kindl that warms the heart and increases confidence in the goodnes of humat nature. It is an easy matter to advise every one to visit the exposition, but there are thousands of people anxious to follow the advice who are confronted with the perplexing and discouraging problem of ways and means. Underpaid sehoolteachers, struggling clergymen. men and women to whom the expendi tare of $100 for an outiag means serious sacrifices for the remainder of the year, may be found in all parts of the coun try, longing to go to Chicago, but re strained by financial considerations. They are not suffering or destitute; they simply can not afford to indalge in the luxury of a trip to the fair. To this clam, intelligent and appreciative, a friend like Mr. Hemenway is a friend indeed.-Rochester Democrat. Laoking at Things. When Mr. Hudson was in Patagomus, he fell in with a gambler, who told hinm that always after the first few rounds of the game he knew some of the cards as they were dealt. He recognised then, by a difference so slight that another man could not detect it even'when it was pointed out to him. Mr. Hudson is an ornithologist, and he says that this same preternaturally shabrp eyed man was gatly surprised when he was told thathaltadosesklads et aperrows were feeding sad ingiag i soa. the hone. Be had nwer seen any diference inthem. a sal. In ie, ol. shape and action , they were all alike, and they all sang and twittered alike, so far he had ever notised.-YTot's Compsaaoa. eeUag tShe sme* steo uae. A clsver New York woman of asored social position frankly admitd to a borridSed Frenchman of rank tht pac tlg of alower grade than the almWa'4 or republican headof a preat maes, 6. his rsepraesentative capacity ould win rinm he a bend of the knee. The prinoalete, nab and female, were bit everday folk in her eye, quite without aola) "ditviity," and to them sam feaid to make obelao, The ladya' distinction is self reepecdng and truly American. and as a rile of tomdct it Is commended as a: antidote for the in discriminate courtesy craae.-Vaonu. 8;al, the Arst king of Israel. killed inestf rather than be slain by the Phil. brines. Defeated in battle and his kingdom gone. he had nothing to lie for. The OGreeks staked their faith ean Noa W": the oraclee were consulted three times; the tripod was sacred to the gad ' am so forth. S. . Clifroa, New Castle. Wis., was troubled with aeralgia and Ihea#y fism. his stomach was 4disorded, his' live was efeetad to an alerming sauese., eeios fell away,dhe was tere seduced in felk and ettoagth. Tis. bottles of Electric Dktere cured him. Edward epma). Hrleborg, Iii, Lad I a runping eoe on his leg aeight yeare teamdig. Used thsee bo s dll E~M tic B1tten and seven hnase of sekeas' Arnas Salve. and his leg is sonad and John Speaker. Catwb .. had lire large fever ores on his .le doctom raid be was incurable. One bottled slectrc Bitter, and one box of Buckle.s Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold at John I Wright'. drug store A temaarluabie iedstsed resm msmber. A Bombay man has constructed a bedstead priced at 10.000 rupees. It is thus described: "It has at its four cor ners four full sied. gaudily dressed Grecian damsels-those at the head holding bajo, while those on the right and left foot hold fans. Beneath the out is a musical box which extends the whole length of the cot and is capable of playing S charming airs. The music begins the moment the least pressure has been brought to bear from the top. which is created by one sleeping or sit ting. and ceases the moment the indi vidual rises. While the music is in progress the lady banjoists at the b-a.l manipulate the strings with their fin gers and move their heads, while the two Grecian damsels at the bottom fan the sleeper to sler p." Tobacco an . Minrobes. t). Tassinarli !ha published in the Italia Termale the result of an investi gation into the effects of tobacco smoke on microes. He ends that the smoke of the Cavour, Virginia and Tuscan ci gars and all black and choppe tobaccos posese0es a very- pronounced 1 .r.tericide power. aeiscially against the bacillus iof Asiatic cholera. This nmico.bicide action may in all lprobablihty be attrbuted t, the proslucts of nicotine. In epidemics of cholera and typhus the use of tobacco may be rather useful than hurtful. To bacco smoke merits special consideration on the hygiene of the month as a pro phylactic means of combating microbian affections of the buccal cavity. A Darlng (lanner. My battery participated in the battle of Pea Ridge on March 0. 7 and S. 1862 Thomas Davis. a private. acting as No. 4 at one of the guns. leaped upon his gun. and stretching himself out at full length amid a perfect storm of shell and shrap nel and musket balls shouted to the enemy, who were in line of battle a short distance away, "'Send one of your men over. and I will fight him single handed and settle this picnic." He remained there shouting till the battery was or dered to fall back for ammunition. Davis never received a scratch--L. J. White in New York Press. Now Try This. It will cost you nothing and will sure ly do you good, if you have a cough, cold or any trouble with throat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give relief or money will paid back. Sufferers from Ia grippe found it just the thing, and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Here the students of agriculture could have experimented with every product of the soil, that matures in the temper ate zone and fitted themselves for the pursuit of scientific agriculture in any portion of the country. But it was not to be, and more's the pity. What Is the Old IRelsbl ? It is the oldest and most reliable rail way in operation between the Twin Cit ies (St. Paul and Minneapolsle) and Chi. cago)--The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. , Paul. I Its train service is more frequent than s that of any other line, and unequalled I in point of excellence, comfort, speed Sand safety. It runs five complete and handsomely equipped pssenger trains from the Twin Cities to Chicago each day-four of which pass through Winona, Ie Cross, Portage, Watertown and Mil. waukee, the other passing through Ass I tin, Dubuque and Savanna. It is the caly road running trains lighted by electricity and has the exclu sive use of the famous electric reading lamp in each berth. All trains thor. oughly hated by steam, doing away with the old-time car stove. It rune the latest library buffet amok ing cars, the latest private compartment cars, elegant drawing room leeping ears and free relinlng chair car on night trains. Dining cars (the finest service in the weatare attabed to each train, serving Stat-clas meals at convenient booed. Everybody h beard of the rseowned reslbstlsd, eleetri lIghted, steam ested limited ot "'Th M lwrseae." This is th meet thoroughly and hmuriosym equipps train rasping betwem the Twin COie sad Chltes. No extra charge. ivaes MIagsqstis T:D and St. Paul 8:1 sek evnal.g arrives Chi. cago aOfeadesIgs meraing. ne Isasemn tabe cnsuatly car rid ovweahrin eme .ag.ad the N.It t has asesea lland d e s.altd m als t th most soli asd ib obsSia vseal e Is tMsseounat, which, ether awith ete wlie passegar taie equelpmeat and servie anag Se St patinas the bioat digs eoa=t osty ad esas Now ithe tes to visit the Weart hir--Bte -ssest cpposemet thn Amseeii people esr hee I ba d see tkg the mtuM is smalateM Sue that yoeur tikert ieeds '"Ao MU-Makse" and thus saure the bhat p aile ce vic ad unVmrpend oeoamdedoe the vry best to be obtalnsd for your money. J. T. Coasla. Asat. Gea. Pass Agt.. Sl. P Ma l W. B. JORDAN, President. G. M. MILES. Vice-President. H. B. WILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cashier. FIRST EATIONAL BAN. MILES OITY, MOLqTA.N4. CAPITAL, $54000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS, baw' W. B. JORDAN, GEO. M. MILru, H. B. WILEY, J. W. STREVtLL, HENRY TUSLER, JNO. CARTER, F. C. ROBERTSON. l1tereslt Paid on ".imr e Depodt_ STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL "MS-.sEv Oe:: , :MO:Ta.)~.A,_W E. W. KNIGHT, JR., RECEIVER. Brotioe to Ownswwmants. TREASCRY DEPARTMENT, $ Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. ( Washington. D. C., August 9, 18S. Notice is hereby given to all ersons having claims against "The Stock Grow ers National Bank of Miles City. Montana, that the same must be presented ts E. W. Knight, Jr.. Receiver. with the legal proof thereof, within three months hfre this date or they may he disallowed. JAMES H. Eca'LgS, Comptroller of the Cu Are YoTux 3appy3r Your chief Qbject in life is to be content and happy. Guard your health. Buy the American Hosery Co.'s T.Tr aerwela.r The best product in America. * 0. IB. TOC) sb C0O. General Insurance Agency. Home of New York. Hamburg-Bremen. Imperial. 1n National of Hartford. Niagara. Scottish Union. Traders of Chieap. FREDERIC. M. KREIDLERE lMar ry :eople want irloyolec But-have not the needful money to pay for them. For such as these We MRave a 1wa1& which ought to please and satisfy. Briefly it is this: We will reat Bicycles by the month or season and will give a due bill for the fur amount of rent paid. These DUE BILLS we will accept as so mamh 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 da purchase. Don't delay if you want to rent. The best riding seao is at hand. First come. first served. We send out only first lass wheels. For full information write us, enclosing stamp. Tkhe Irry tvmgm l Siscye ., Big Bargains in New and Second Hand Wheels. Cash or Monthly Payments Wr. q9JX.eMraoo &*m, ..m.. Job "-. "-'--t" ,.a - - J~2VP1maid .Ttý'aa1 a. ý