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THE Y ELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XII. NO. 60. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER x8, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUM ' Chdse heels Mmmi Gb Awy; TO RLADERS OP THIS PAPER. 1e East seeks, by the Met Popula A at s Mt em,«41rd of ther Vales. OUtR ORBAT BOOK OFFERS. -O tooeN Ns. I. aRse ss e are T.wo ort e*. easpe .peseets t te ease at this pprw pmSmaiti ta heabder to one bdlk emmthe ges gagre belew. eahb beek is wl belad s paper smer, mar meatsaie aws$Ui te Spa mee.. se. I1 OR.1m3D 31 KAIL nememe. wtth Oppmens mnd mts Comes. lser sme- aedsems mad put ae ammml . is papter aw tow and t in the bimk. baiqw sad masl diresu toehe hb MNeme., Tl3 A*331OAN Ps3IN M SO,, eSl Vanderblt Dnuldlng New T1sk. with wbmm we haoe meregm to Smil t an smar ea er premptly. peeo P*<* .me ot IPaper ............................. .ees......... ........state .o.. ail y.................. t ....... ...l ariMere" B Florence Warriea. ello" Dsk. y Wflkie Collins. f Ale of stCaravan. By ltobt.Buoca.ai. i ae Fetters IhM. Alexander. rs Heir. 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Fearful Scenes of Ruin and Des titution in the Wrecked Suburbs. Crasseedls Conatism es tween Fort.s sad lest-S- mbeamtewt eof M~L to b Rsaswed. I Naw Your, Nov. 17.-Th World's Rio de Janeiro special says: The ruins of the insurgent magasine and warehouse at Armacso point are still burning. The rebels have been strengthening the bat teries on Kaucangue island and adding to the straggling guns of Villegaigon. At intervals all day there is heavy can nonading. Shell after shell bursts with in Fortress Villegaigon. TheMaucangue batteries, aided by the fleet have been bombarding the suburbs of Nitcheroy today. The scene around Nitcheroy is heart rending. Mothers and daughters, old men and children, all too poor to move, are begging the remains of the soldiers' food. and the patriotic battallions are L dividing meals with the people living on the outskirts. In the suburbs, the woods. fields and streets are tilled with . broken tiles, plaster. windows and glass, walls of crumbling houses, blown up or knocked down. It is impossible to do justice to the frightful sights. The Herald's Montevideo dispatch says all cable communication with Rio SJaneiro was cut off. owing. it is reported, to the fact that the cable offices and r plant are being removed further from the water front in anticipation of the promised furious bombardment of the capital by Mello's fleet. A correspondent in Buenos Ayree sends word that the Chilian minister to .Argentina has been ordered to sell the torpedo boat Aquilla at auction. She was originally purchased by Balmaceda. = It is believed that President Peixoto in B tends to buy her for use in his operations against Mello. Murder sand sIrid~e. L i).:. uwoo. 8. D.. Nov. 17.-One of the most horrible tragedies known to the his tory of the Black Hills occurred at noon today in Saw Pit gulch, two miles west of here. Joseph Tha, an Italian, was g married a year ago to his cousin. Josco tb Tametta. A few months after his wife a left him and made her honie at a cousin's. Tha today went to Tametta's house con siderably under the influence of liquor and shortly after shots were heard. Nothing was thought of it. however, until a peddler rapped at the door, and getting i no reply. but hearing groans from wiihin, t< entered. Lying around the room amid a horrible confusion of broken and scat tered furniture lay Mrs.- Tha shot through the mouth, Tametta with a bullet in his breast and Mrs. Tametta a with a frightful gash in the forehead in- a iacted with an ax. They were all still tu in death. In the woodshed Tha lay o gasping for breath. with a bullet hole P through his head. In the midst of all C this bloody horror Mrs. Tametta's two little children were playing. The.coro- t ner and sheriff were immediately notified a and in a few mgments a crowd collected. b Tha lived only a few hours and the others were undoubtedly killed instantly. ON Their Track. CsCAGO., Nov. 17.--It was announced tI today that the police had obtained a slight clue to the identity of the two n men who robbed Treasurer J. A. Drake, g of the Indiana. Illinois & Iowa railroad a of over *D.000. A newsbol was found £ who said that in making his rounds he , saw two men hurriedly emerge from the a Rookery building, where the robbery took place, about the timeof theasault. c From the descriptions iven by the boy c the police professed to think they would I be able to apprehend the robbers. 1 Mr. Drake. the victim of the assault. I was able to be at his office to-day. A I cut over the eye and a large hump on his bead were the only wounds he re ceived. Drake was apparently extreme ly nervous as a result of the affair, and refused to he interviewed. T1e Ctasem Pusslr. GALKv5mYsn, Nov. 16--A special from a San Antonio to the Galveston News a sys: Twenty Chinese ware brought 1 before Judge Maxey in the federal court this morning, eharged with vielation I the Geary law. being bound over to such I court by United States Commims ioner Price. Judge Maxey announced that he i old act only I sck cases when they i amr appealed or brought on' habeas car pus The power of sentencing prisoners I to deportation rested with the United I States e lesl . The prisoner we. alsSsd.; I Pr.w.itg a Neew.m BoisE, Idaho, Nov. 16.-The Portland gold-maving machine, now being experi mented with on Snake river sand at Parma, appears to be an entire success. Dr. Maxey of Caldwell is authority for a the statement that the machine is saving a 1.40 per cubic yard. The gold is so fine p that very little, if any, shows in a pan, the claim having been passed as worth. ° less by all prospectors. There are tens of thousands of acres of such land along Bnake river. Breasm Powder Malt . C Nearly a handred stablishments are engaged in the manufacture of bronze powder in and near the cities of Furth and Nkremberg. Germany. It is composed of copper, tin, sine and antimony melted in per proportions and caat- rst into rods of haltf an inch in diameter and about three feet long, these rods beina rolled untl about two inches wide than cut into suitable lengths for han dling. The pieces go to the hammers, where they are beaten into a very small fraction of their former thickness, and are then taken to a sulphuric acid bath, where each sheet is washed to remove all imporities, rust and dirt. After being thoroughly dried the sheets are again hammered by steam hammers until no further reduction is possible, there being a limit to which machinery can be used. Up to this stage the treatment which the metal re ceives, whether intended for powder or metal leaf, is identical, but now the process changes. If designed for metal leaf, the further belting is done by hand, but itf for bronze powder the sheets go to the shears, where they are out up into small particles and become known as clippings. These are now ready for the stamp mills, which are run in batteries enabling one man to run or attend 50 or more. When sucldently pulverized, the a powder is sifted in a special manner, the e heavier and better qualities going to one e receptacle and the inferior grades to an other.-New York Sun. Reassraed. Ae ngelina (anxiously)-Are you sure, .e dear, that you don't regret it. and that you don't sometimes miss your life as a bachelor? Edwin (with cheerful conviction)-Not a bit. I tell you what, Angy, I miss it so little that if I were to lose you-a rm blessed if I wouldn't marry again. London Tit-Bite. Fogg-Munniworth was always a far sighted man, and his ventures were almost invariably snooeasfuL Figg-But what good is he to society? t He will give money for the heathen. thousands of miles away, bpt he never t can see the suffering right at home. Fogg-1 said he was a farsighted man. -Boston Transcript. AU Is oGrist to Grioeer. Flossie (little daughter of a newspaper woman)-Oh, mamma, Mabel and I have a lovely secret about our dolls. I'd like to tell you, only Her Mother-Only what, Flomsite Flossie-Only I'm afraid you'd write it up.-New York Times. Iron visiting cards are among the lat est novelties in Germany. Forty placed one on the other are said to be only one tenth of an inch in thickness. The cards or plates are black, and the names, being printed on them in silver, show up very clearly. An authority on weather declares that tornadoes are most frequent between noon and 6 o'clock, and that the raini.st hour of the day is 4 o'clock in the after noon. This is the report ,f amste.r ological expert, not a weather prophet. Preseaas. d Mape a.., et maved. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E Hurd of Groton, S. D.. we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold. which settled ona my lungs, cough set in and finally termi. nated in consumption. Fbur doctors gave me up, saying that I could live but a short time. 1 gave myself up to my Savoir, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's New Dis covery for consumption, coughs and colds. I gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles; it has cured me. and thank God I am a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at WrighVs drug store. reg lar else, 650 and $1A0. Ssal HI3m to Cauirmas. The Northern Pacife Railroad has just put into esect a serites of low round trip mates to Paec coast paotat. These California tikests me eod until Asil 93, 1884. and are good for stopover eu der s eaertam cndittes. These ates will Senable those dasier to do so to aed the winter in Southern Californl or to via tthe mid-winter fair to beheld in San Franciacn. This latter event will undoubtedly be second only to the World's Pair just closed, and will repay a visit, as it will exhibit the resm.umes and eapabilities at Calforaa. St. Paul. Minneapolis and Duluth to Snorth Paciic coast polant and setur., I soe; to ran P.aneisea sad e.re to Missouri ri.er , UC ; to Is Aeg"s lead rem tou b MYt ul wIrser ee. t THE DEATH OF THE EARTH. It win so Oumesee.ameed N M* Orsl- -S tlstle o the. a. . Camill'. lammarion says that in an probability, notwithstanding all the I lrocmman ces which threaten it, our Splanet will die, not of an accident, but of ,a natural death. That death will b the consequence of the extinction of thes.n, in 0,000,000 years or mo-r-perhaps 0, 00,000-6 e condesaetio in reoe tively moderate rate will give it on one head 17,000,000 yeard existence, while, aon the other band, the inevitable fall of the meteors nto the suna maydoble this snumber. Even if you suppose tbeduration of the sun to be proloned to 0oo00,000 years, it is sttil ncontestable th the radiation from the . cools it, anad that d thetemperature all the bodiestands to say equilibrium. Then the earth sad all the other planets o oour system w.ll asse to hbe the abode of llfe. They will ~beerased from the great book and will j revolve, black cemeteries, around an Shee pl neta continue to exist even then? Yes, probably in the case of Jupiter, and perhaps Saturn? No, he. yond a doubt, for the small bodies such a the earth, Venus, Mars, Mercury and I the moon. Already the moon appea to have preceded us toward the fnal dee Ser. Mars is much farther advanced than the earth to the same destiny. V. nus, younger than us, will doubtless survive us. These little worlds lose thei. elements of vitality much faster thai the sun loses its heat. From century to century, from yeas to year, from day to day, from hour tc hour, the surface of the earth is trans fe formed. On the one hand the conti aents are crumbling away and becomint o covered by the sea, which insensibly anc hby slow degrees tends to invade and sub he merge the entire globe. On the othk hand, the amount of water on the glob no is diminishing. A careful and reason able calculation shows that by the ac tion of erasure alone all the land on on planet will be covered by water in 10, 000.000 yearn. tre at Good Leook. Good looks are more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all of the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look. if your stomach be disordered, you have a dys peptic look and if your kidneys be at fected you have a pinched look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great all terative and tonic and acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a good complex ion. bold at Wright's drug store. 50 cts. per bottle. Proposals for Wood. SEALED PROPOSALS for furnish ing twenty-five (25) cords of dry pine wood (not charred) for the school house at Miles City, will be received at the office of the undersigned. until 12 o'clock noon, of Monday, November 27th. 1893, at which hour and place they will be opened. Proposals to be addressed to the undersigned with the words "-Propo sals for Wood" written on the outside of the envelope. The Board of Trustees reserve the right to reject any or all bids. ily order of the Board. GEO. W. ALLERTON, Clerk School Dist. No. 1. THE WIsE TRAV L'L. Is Utle.tag EhI. Matr-msd ltoute, 5eleet5 tae Ose That affords excellent asd most com fortable faelties--The Milwaukee. That traverses a delightful and pietur eeque portion of the country-The Milwauke. That has (and merits) the reputation of strength and reliability-The Mil tres.kee That enjoys popularity and is stamped with public approval-The Milwau kee. That ba a substantial roadbed and most tsequet train service - The Md waukes. That regards, always. the ease, comfort and safety do its patrons-The Mit wahkee. That fusaishes the latest private am partatt cars and lptest lbrary-but et seakiagoars-The Milwaukee. That furnishes elegant drawiag-oom pawr ars tree liniag chair car and sumptaoum dinag easn--S Milwukes. That bas elueive useof the eleetri berth reeding lamp--ThMilwsahus. S"Th Milwaukee" eombines all of the I above and eos. toao It bala are ve t tibeled, heated bgeshamdelstute Mghtid and usmurpassed in lzuarios appllet meats. I The immortal nacola said: "Fellow the speoplead yeo asset he far team r right." Th7e Peo.le s "hlb Ulwus-. I 5eo." J. T. Co..u.v. SAst. Gol. Passeger Ageat. at. Peal Mise e No's.--Plve train daily be T 'wh SCtis ts Chib s, ee to B. Id Sen to ain s Cv W. B. JORDAN, President. G. M. MILES, Vice-President. H. B. WILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $So,oo0. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, S3MS wirecto mr s W. B. JORDAN, GRo. M. Mums, m H. B. WILEY, J. W. STRExat., i HENRY TUSLER, JNO. CARTER, F. C. ROBERTSON. Xnteresrt ritc on "iLmse De]p r . I WILLIAM COURTENAY, I. acn.ess try, MEonteman. * Live Stock Broker, Real Estate and Commercial Ap qy. ' Agent for FIRE. LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE. '- Loan Brioker and Notary Public. First Class Ranches, Farms saa Town Lots for sale. Settlers and Intending Purchasers furnished information respecting Northern Pacific Lands and Lots. Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming and Western Cattle for o sale. U .:pi l . a Set,. ti u Pue Mr un, er of be our MiaJE y c1 pole wa3at EBioyolew But have not the needful money to pay for them. For such as theu Te ZEave a Plan 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 f amount of rent paid. These DUE BILLS we will accept as so mu* CASH within a year towards the purchase of a new bicycle from * -any kind that we sell-at the regular price current at the tinie * purchase. Don't delay if you wait .o rent. The best riding sease is at hand. First come. first served. We send out only first clam wheels. For full information write us. enclosing stamp, The Harry Svensgaard Bicycle Co. Big Bargains in New and Second Hand Wheels. Cash or Monthly Paymeai 1AYE YSUTIE BUs AIC Jl/l F, RHElUMATUSM, LUMBAGO, SCI uiaavllt, ulIRr sad ~I~ L· aoQwm.PS pTSP5PA. LA * - .- -ui r `s 1 4 (I