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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XII. NO. 35. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20o, 893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Aies s nb -ust Awy TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. The Beat Books, by the Moat Popular Asehors, at ome-third of thair_ Vae. OUR ORBAT BOOK OFFERS. . 00K CommO. No. .. maror egoat wad TWO or these osepeas pese topme a 0e th this Npe will tlet he e th o ee Lwseeh tr the Bst is bew. hot e1 book is wen beund in peper eover, aad sewtatn e erm 3s to ce* paeas. seas ler prie a Seato. IP ORDELRED BY MAIL semelos, wiUh Coepea. ar S iht Cents, your same ad addres sod put the arme of this paper and town and state in the blank below and maildireet to the Pub Us$hers, THE AMERICAN PUEMIUM oO., 611 Vanderbilt aullding. New York, with whom we have arranged to In all our mail ordors promptly, pr-. paid. am of Paper................................ o..................tte............ The Frontiersman. By Gustave Almanrd. At the World's Mercy. ByI Frlore V Warden. Yellow M..k. By Wilkie Collins. : ATale ,f aCarvan. 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TWIINTY CNTS mnad TWO of these Coupons presented at the oOee of this paper wilR (title the holder to ar be borm th. list girve below. lack beek beutfllly bemd in cloth ead It to be sent by mall, add 10 etse for postage. Mear may be iLn stamps Bede. By George Eliot. la Telalbla e t Dames . A'30 DAKOTA FIRES. Prairie Blazes Destroy Live Stock and Grain to the Amount of $75,ooo. Or'gin of the Fire a spark Proen a Labor. er's Pipe - lSceradlries Atso at Work. Hcaon, 8. D.. Oct. 19.-Within the past few days destructive fires have oc. curred in this part of the state. The losses will agregate $75,000. Among the heaviest ilosers is Robert Axtell, near Houghton, whose loss will agregate 66,000. Dr. McKenzie had a barn and five head of horses burned and all his farm machinery. The fire originated from a spark from a pipe smoked by a hired man. At Andover the barn of Oscar Stew art was burned, together with nine head of horses. including an imported stallion worth 11,.i00; also wagons, harness, etc.. making a loss of 88,000. At Langford. James Bavins' barn and 17 bead of horses were burned, besides hay, feed, harness, etc., to the value of 810,000. These fires are thought to be the work of incendiaries. Fires light the heavens nightly in every direction. and the losses so far this season eclipse those of former years. No rain for several weeks and strong winds almost continuously make it ion possible to extinguish the tir-s when once started. N. '. Eleriion. NE;w YoI:K. Oct. 19.-- lrayton Ives gave it out late this afternoon that hav ing received proxies which gives his fac tion an over-whelming majority in the election of tomorrow of directors of the Northern Pocitic. those in control grace fully acknowledge defeat, and the only ticket voted npon tomorrow will be the following, which will be known as the rIes-Belmont ticket: Isaac W. Ander son, August Belmont, Charles T. Bar ney, Winm. L. Bull, J. Horace Harding, Robert Harris. Marcellus Hartley, Bray ton Ives. Johnstone Livingston. Donald Mackay, August Rutten. Wilbur F. Sanders, Winthrop Smith. The Deutscher bank, of Berlin, whose clients are large holders of Northern Pacific bonds, is represented on this ticket, and it is understood the road will also have the support of the Rothschilds Chicago Cattle Market. Special to the Yellowsr.oe Joarnat. Corlc..o, Oct. 10.-Murphy C. Co. steers, 1101Ib, 2.8i; 101tt, 8:3; Dilworth steers. C. Co. 131:81, 83.:30; Morris C. Co. steers, 1175Il, 83.30; 10t)l, 83.05; Phillipps C. Co. steers. 12351b, 83.45 Hume C. Co. steers, 10331b, $2.75; Capi tal Syndicate 1030Eb, .2.85; Swift C. Co. 10681b. 82.90; Terrill C. Co. steers,13761b, 83.80; Geddes C. Co. steers, 11801b, 83.10; Murphy C. Co. steers, 11401) 82.90; Hardin C. Co. steers, 1313b. 8.4; 1231b. 83.50; 12221b, 83.20. As Implersat Metla.g. Elsewhere in this issue is published a call for a meeting of stockholders and others interested in the Miles City Irri. gation and Ditch Co. for the purpose of discusing the enlargement of the ditch and the water supply for next year. The JocvaxA. has heretofore set forth to its readers the, importance oft sch a meet. ing being held before the work of en largemett is entered upon, so that the work may be planned and prosecuted with tafull understandini of what is to be required of the ditch, not only for next year but for years to come. The call for attendance is general. All are invited who are in any way interested or affected by the maintenance of the ditch, and all such should be present and take a hand in the deliberations. It saldim be aIs Evey Ne J. B. Wis-sn, 371 Clay at , Sha pburg Pa.. says he will not be without Dr. Kiog's New Discoverj for consumption, coughs and colds, that it cured has wire who was threatened with pneumonia after an attack of la grippe, when var ious other remedia and several phyeic ains had done her no good. Robert Bar hei, of Ceooportt, Pa., claims that Dr. msl s New Discover has does him -oelgood then a.*BRls h ever 'med uhar lug wa l. ething lhke ft. Tqs it. ree tril bottle at John Wright.' drug or _ a_ or The Northseun d~ Railroad Con pean ****** that Ysea lsedlg bo 1PO eass wi "asreh p.. hee is or. dnfe e atI t last tndsa e I ladvease of V- X a The Odd Fellow,. At the session of the Montana grand lodge, 1. 0. O. F., at Livingston on Wed neuday the following officers were elect ed: Grand master George T. Chambers, of Livingston; deputy grand master, R. W. Nicol, of Hamilton; grand warden, P. 8. Washburn, of Helena; grand secre tary, A. J. White, of Butte; grand treas urer, Charles I. Schatxlein, of Butte; grand representatives, George Pascoe, of Butte, and Mamena Bullard, of Helena. The annual report was submitted dur. Ing the afternoon and shows the order to be in a prosperous condition through out the state. The number of lodges in the is forty-six, with a total membership of 2,631. The Degree of Rebecca has fifteen lodges and a membership of 1,183. A spirited contest occurred over the selection of a city at which to hold the next annual encampment, Missouia, Butte, Helena, Anaconda and Billings were placed in nomination. Missoula finally secured the prize. A Long Walt. Bradley Jackson, an employe of the Northern Cattle compan), was brought in from Little Powder river this morn ing with a broken leg, and Dr. Redd at tended him. Early last Saturday morn ing, while six miles from his camp, he was running a bunch of horses, and h;s saddle turned, throwing him to the ground and breaking his right leg be. tween the knee and ankle. He lay on the prairie all day Saturday. Sundayand Monday, without food or drink, but on the latter afternoon he started a prairie tire, to bring help, and then with the aid of a short stick, managed to reach water, about a mile distant. Here he was found by a party of searchers, sixty-five hours after being hurt. He is now carefully attended by his wife, and his pluck and courage will certainly bring him around all right in a few weeks. Copied. A well known plagiarist brought a poem to a New York editor and reqtu-st ed him to publish it. As the editor hes itated the visitor said: "This poem is not very legible. Par haps I had better copy itover." "Whatl Again?" asked the editoa with a severe look,-Texas Stftings. Electric Ilitter,,. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A pure. medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and other affections coused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fev ers. For cure of headache, constipation and indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bot tle at John Wright's drug store. Booth and Nhoes Repaired. I wish to inform the people of Miles City that I am prepared to do all kinds of repairi.ig of boots and shoes in first. class style. As an oli soldier in the war of the rebellion, I respectfully solicit all Grand Army work. All work guaran. teed. Shop corner of Main and Tenth streets, opposite Inagett's Domestie bak. ery. Cx.OA.L TaorPsoa. Weot'r. Pslr Eat. Now is the time to go to the World's Fair. The show Is at its best and tres portation rates are absolutely bed rook From this date up to and ianleding October 31st the Northern Pacific rail. road will sell round trip ticket; from Miles City to Chicago and return, lor -361.. Good for continuous passage only--o stop over-but good for return from Chicago until Novemblr 18th. aJ. I. MoTrrApcL. * Agent. ies iaegp. .ment. There will be a special meeting at the Mile City Fire Department. at the city council rooms Priday evening, Oet. 3th, at 8 30 o'clock for the transaction of im. portant business. E. B.'rT.n. President. SZALXD PDW(*An se fues. la CXAL for the esel bernet tat tbw w ic M at wi amd 't , a Letter List. The followingletters remain uncalled for in the Miles City. Mont., postofice on October 19, 1893: Andrew Dan , Owings Ab Bevans Frank D Prince John S Clark Geo (2) Potter John Courath Miss Alice Seeley Will Damon Wm H Smith James Duyer or Simmon Mss Mary Devyer John Schenkendort Miss Forster Adam E Christiana Foster B L Tait Wm Hansn O P ThorpSol (2) King Cha Thorp Creed King Ira Tucker & Co Marsella Joseph L Ward J M McDonald Jeff Warren A J McDonald Gertrude Watkins Charley Williamson John (2) Persons calling for the above letters will please say they are advertised. C. W. SEYDE, Postmaster. To Whoam It May Conaern. Having purchased the stock and fix tures of the late firm of Smith & Haynes. I shall continue to keep the reputation of the house up to the staudard. Soliciting a continuance of the pat ronage of family trade, I shall try to please. During my absence in the east John Tul!y will act as my agent and will col lect and transact all business. FRaED E. TULLY. Milec City, Mont., Oct. 20, 1893. Notice of Dissolution. All concerned ta'ce notice that the firm of Gibb & Oxford is this day dis solved by mutual consent. The accounts of the said firm will be collected by Thomas Gibb, who has assumed the in debtedness of said firm. Dated Sept. 14, 1893. THOMAS GIBB, * C. W. OxFoaD. Pol.ined by .erofula Is the story of many lives made misera ble through no faultof their own. Scrof ula is more especially than any other a hereditary disease, and for this simple reason: Arising from impure and insuf ficient blood, the disease locates itself in the lymphatics. which are composed of white tissues; there is a period of foetal life, when the whole body consists of white tissues, and therefore the unborn child is especially susceptible to this dreadful disease. But there is a remedy for scrofula, whether hereditary or ac quired. It Is Hood's sarsaparilla, which by its powerful effect on the blood, ex pels all trace of the disease, and gives to the vital fluid the quality and color of health. If you decide to take Hood's sarsaparilla do not accept any substitute. What Is the Old Reliable? It is the bldest and most reliable rail way in operation between the Twin Cit ies (St. Paul and Mlnneapolis) 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 Crons, Portage, Watertown and Mil waukee, the other passing through Aus tin, Dubuque and Savanna. It Ib the only read running trains lighted by electricity and has the exola. irveuse of the tamous electric reading lamp in eash berth. All train. thor. oughly beated by stem, doing away with the od4ime ear ro . It rum the latest libray butft amok. iAg ar, the latet pvate compartment cars, elegant drawing room sleeping sas and freh-roling chair cars on night train Dining ars (the inest ervics in the weet) are atached to each train. serving st-clabm meal at cosvealeu. hours. Everybody has heard of the renowned vestibaled. electric lightedteam heated limited of "The Milwaukee." This Is the most thoroughly and luxuriously equipped train running between the Twin Cities and Chicago. No extr charge. Leaves Minneapolis 7:a0 and St. Paul 8:0O each evening; arrlee Chi cago 930 following morralng. The enormous tralc constantly ca- ried over this road between Chicago ana the Northwest has necessitated and re sulted in one of the most soid and sub steantil roadbeds in thlscoputry. which. together with its unrivalled peasger trea eguiameet and sercehy, Ismae to I-teeathe h hI da.g. o ty , M--_ P1#6- ec ' the &swim p-ass. eer base beuo e S ga. theMto d b Tle as tha lun wash hh r per tisht seei via " r lbe "l bawim t. he whrninet r - W. B. JORDAN, President. G. M. MILES, Vice-President. H. B. WILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Caster. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILE8 CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $5o,ooo SURPLUS AND PROFITS, Pewas 1i*reotot sm W. B. JORDAN, GEO. M. MsLs, H. B. WILEY, J. W. STRarILL, HENRY TUSLER, JNo. CARTER, F. C. ROBERTSON. atepea, t Pt1c. on "" o ne Deoa; , . STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BARN E. W. KNIGHT, JR., RECEIVER. 3Sctroe t o plarimrnats. Tnatr ry DEPAPTMFNT. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. IWashington, D. C., August 9, 11. Notice is hereby giren to a'l ersons having claims against "The Stock Grow ers National Bank of :Miles City.' Montana. that the same must be presented I E. W. Knight, Jr., Receiver, with the legal proof thereof, within three months fro this date or they may he disallowed. JAMEs H. ECaLES, Comptroller of the Curretq. ·ure Oulna., Rubber G moodel 4C. 8B. TOTTR= ebs 00. ]Mazny Peoýple Wazat BioayTole But have not the needful money to pay for them. For such as these We Etave a Plas. which ought to please and satisfy. Briefly it is this: We will rent Bicycles by the month or season and will give a due bill for the full amount of rent paid. These DUE RBITLS we will accept as so much CASH within a year towards thepurchase of a new bicycle from us -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 season is at hand." First come. first served. We send out only first class wheels. For full information write us, enclosing stamp The Harry Svensganrd Bicycle Co., Big Bargains in New and Second Hand Wheels. Cash or Monthly Payments The Cosmopolitan fla ing The Weekly Yellowstone Jourd BOTH FOR 8.76 A YHEAR The great illustrated monthlies have in the past sold for $4.46 year. It was a wonder to printers how The Cosmopoiia wita, fh yearly s536 pages of reading matter by the greatest writers of world, and its 1200 illustrations by clever artists, could be ferniwl for S3.oo a year, In January last it put in the most perfect a.aga printing plant in the world, and now comes what is really a woeime lI IWM I R Ie of t hog"b Ib 1W ar og Think of it, rB pages of reading mattA , with over a120 m i volume that would sell in cloth bidi u at liee --ul oaar as .0 ae we will send you TLE C (WA Ol . .65.t has tSha rw nt a e**d*.