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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOUME XIII. NO. 20 MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, zplE PRICE FIVE i *W3 A1W-? A-GOIN' 10 C.sr. Its mighty eurious weather-beam a peap.' ter a rela. When there eas a reg'lardalgeas the ..ntRas as' the phi.; 1hatg opeed aD the wiadem is the er hNi~s' thy. Asm' dused uasaouletely-bt weala't aids' to eryt! 'PNb what'. the -e is bettim'. or is spesdim' tise is asihb? Ofeday the sab imettla'. ad the ast, be. the rie! We hi hear the sweet birdas iagI'-rn the blue that bea ea high. As' the happy bell. are rlagi'-ea' we ale't .4ago' to cry! For we buy our GROCERIES, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, BLANKETS, QUILTS, UNDERWEAR, and get more for our money at Case, Kies I Wediztii tham aujwhse else. Come and trade with us and we will save you money. CASE KINI & WOHZITZkI. " M .b ý M. A. wmu n.o a 3m el sem_@hra.Ws yr'.wa m:E B::r ..m IT enemisses CORBETTS BIG BLUFF He Offers to Whip Fitssim: mops, Jackson, Maher and Smith in One Week. the M Dem" able Chatssee Lye Issued by Any Paulin is she Ms sery of the PTes egass. Boeroe, Mse.. Oct &-The fllowieg ultimatum was give. out today by Wil I1am A. Brady, manager for Corbett: To Whome It. Mag oruerts: The Olympic club of New Orleans claims the right to dolas. Robert Pits simmons the champios of the world. N I do not meet him. 'fey have no right to do this btt rather than give the queer lot of sports who are for my edo feet the etiactioe me de. clared es-champion by defult. I want to put myself on record as f8lows: I have fooled this crowd twice before and I am goeng to takepleasure In doing it again. I do not propose that a foreigner shall take my title from me by default title which I won by defeating men in my class. Since I started on my carer as a boxer I have never refused to meet a heavyweight and I have al ways tried to follow a straight course. The eagerness of Mr. Fitasmmons to light me becomes apparent to all who study the facts. The Olympic club needs an attraction for Mardi Ures week next February and they figure if they arrange the contest between Fits simmons and myself it will draw a great deal of money. They are using Fitxslm mons as a catapaw to draw me into a ountest in which I have no right to en gage. What right had Fitasimnmons to algn a contract with the Olympic club for a contest with me before the details of the light were arranged? What right had Fitasimmons or the Olympic club to name next February as the date of the light? How did he know but that some other club might offer more money I have immense interests at stake and I have plans with which I will allow no ane to interfere I hope to have consid erable to say about the purse, the place and the club where the onetest shall take place. I would rather fight is New Orleans than in any other pe, but I question the right of the Oympic club to take the prejudicial stand they have taken in favor of Fitasimmons. The newspapers are aiding these people in placing me in a fake toeltloe. I am anxious to retire from pugilism. but the gang of queer sports who are hoping I may be beates will never have the esatisfaction of seylag I showed the white feather. Now, let tiese men who areseldn notriety at my expense. get topshr l the Lightere ia the world who have 610. 000 to wager that I caanot defeat them, no weghtor oolorharred. 1 will deposit $10AI with David Blanchard of Bostom as an evilseses o gool faith, and I will devote any one week after July 1 aest to Ightiag o*eof them each eight dar ing that week. I mathis sad this wll be the lst time I will ever train for a pugilist oca test. Now, you w kh-e piO Robert Phasimmenas I'etr Jeaskeo. Rd Smith er Peter Maher, hen isamer ehea. I wIl take Pibtmeansea U ysand af tar him 1 esws .et served. I wi ight fer the eakb enArasg the isqa earavalaml ea westa a ttle a111 of theow wihe is th ehmpesc the wuddo this is thoek - - - hum J. CNsmvi. UHvm~ua.. Earn., Oc. 3-.-mp J. Cubes -a.a be buidw t odeh bh Eim a am Is : all r Alb. -. ull . uels t eu_. buS I pqmbbeli w my pub" m.t $5 m a"m mu.a - 1s ~ wwm M v r U.m do*u~ b.wiusi ODtwmmW 4b peL I.r.tb wasS ItU Ii.s1i it~ JdiW lush. $ wsa p asl rniw au S ~ SENATOR VANCE MET THE IhhULE IM at aperstr 3Dei to bet a we "Seep" All the fame. "I once had an experience," aid an old newspaper man at the Prses club to a seporter. "with the late Semator Vance which I shall never Dcrset It was darting (isp's srsB coceost for th speak -rship and, as you all proably nmem bhr, every newspqe - a towa was h-nding r iadde aews. The senues cf Sha as ameal in esmcb asms wure very sew, mad Unmator Vaes. who wes adt lag in the capacity td an advisor to the noemiasng canoes, had to sped mist at his Mae dodging )osrsalist. "*e wary didh besome sthat he dis eostlaued taking his lanc en themabe siltaurats and had it served in a cor mi'es r sr oo 0 oe day, however. 1 eaght a glimpses him paming through ums at the lower corridors cg the house ide. Determined not to lee him escape me, I at once hastened forward, and in the most innocent manner posible be gan asking him about his health, which was rather bad at the ttme. He answer ed all my questkics th the kindest manner poseible and was about to leave when I said: 'Oh, by the way, senator, who do you think will get the nomination?' " 'I don't know exactly,' he replied, 'but they will have.to light if they want to win.' "Certain now of my information, I began to see the letter I was going to re ceive from the home office, after they had published my big scoop. telling me in the most flattering terms that the paper had decided to raise my eslary on account of my good work. " 'Which side, senator? I asked, al most in a whisper for fear some one would be lnrking tn the dark recseese and hear the reply which was to make me the most noted hastler for news in the ranks of journalism. ' .Both sides,' he replied asnhe disap peared in the door of a committeeroom. "And the letter that I looked for never came. "-Washington Times. semenlehapý. "The Clantys dons be slow retuaraing what they borry, " said Mrs Dolanr "Yas,".etplied Mrs Itaferty. "O0 niver forgit the throuble 01 had gettin back the fiatotrons 01 lint 'em wanat out o' the koindnme av me heart. " "An how did yes git 'em?" "O sais my b'y Teddy to holler cat that the Clantre wouldn't be he this clt only & I8atbrtok asead the rakes out av Otreland. Thin the droos sms ower the back ince fjt e All Tidy bad to do war todedge il" -Washlngtcn star. The Mexican agave is a vegetable growth used in making an iatoxicatig winae. Aording to a tradition d the country. it was the first plant (od made. Another species of the agave is used for the same purpose as soap, its leaves when brokee and rutbbed togethe pro dclag a cloeansing lather. Is is also employed to poitnuiseg fib to be Mema, this poiec, like so many others. having o 4e6t604 the p mee who eat tea Ski-S Louiecsw-DtspssAA. '1mows her m. S3ALmD P30V0A1 /o auumb I Oad fe I. imbed barno a Mrss usUwi )S. m yowurn. M vow I ýºla -anorn lbs 3d d mam6 fl w orer bs bus Iv -os~ Wya bm dy iba bih sqsi, wik & w. sh 0 ml%~ join bus. souh. I u". Shr. II t bea . d ta asider wb =~i asusi4 af.lriv stt aas.Ti Tehs Time Ba5 weN For the convealence of those who wish to nak. eomparlesoe and for the benset of thos. who an. neve remem ber, the Jocuss.r will hereafter keep staading a table .1 the cweapoadlag manth o last year'showlag day by day the pri-ipal meheearlogial emaditene as obtalmed from the regord kept by the Uaited States weather owe.e, to thin city. Following is the record far Sept., 1888: OAT. wsasIaU . TsaramasTaU. 1-Clear ....................... 61 2-Clear.......................... 74 4-Pleary....................... 72 5-Part l .................... 7 6-C leara.... . . 73 7- Clearr............... 0 1--Part cloudy . ........ 70 9-P N ar .......... .... 10-- clar ................ d 12-Part ................. 8 1l-Part cloody................ 0 1-Part Cloud .... . 7 217-Part cloudy... ...----........... 50 19-Part Goudy................. 56 21-Part loud d ................. 56 21- - Clar .............. .. 46 21-Part Cloudy ... ............. 40 17-Part Clo u y.. 48 20-Clear ....................... 4 28--Part Cloudyy..... 62 20-Part Cloudy ..... . . 55 30-Cloudy ...................... 46 The figres in the right hand column denote the average thermometer reading for the day. The highest temp4r5sae during the month was 90 oR the 7th. The amount of ruatall during the month was 1A0 of an inch. Pr2p-le" car 48se. SEALED PROPOSALS for furnish 2-g thirty (30) cards of dry pne wood lnot charred) for the school haoum at Mdles Cte , will be rerovod at the adine of the day. T gtil I e o'clot k noon, of d aturdayi t o o th, w 0, at which heor and place they will be dpined. mouth wto be addressed to the und. S dwith the words. "Proposals r lug th written on the ofdre of the eo velope to avokI opening by aletake be fore the teme het. The Board w h Trustees reserve the roeat to reject any or all btds. By order th the Board. eo. 4F. Au.suseow. Clerk. Miles City. Sept. 4th. 1804. msALED PROPBoAIS be we civwed by the Dcari ciCoat ieeses of Caster Meatam. up tolISo'olo m.,c octbe oth. 13on for the emeua d a bridge acrom the DgPeaeupine eroek, at er mear the aer t heci qarte cssi eoa 3, toweshop 6 oaeth. roge east an 3e tube df weed, eerrsebmmieta weed and kea; to easeet of sae 1a4s seat r with etf eet, deWI*r hi M wn plane and .p A. I minw,m Da Mm OKin CR o.9.4U !!r HS wIsavaum, !s Y ibin U.s* som .4.. -I - ra4ý~~iý~wM 6~ ~ - IM o" w T~m -t11 dMrA ainr' Highest .f allis Lawa~adgPower-Latast U. S. Gov't Report W. B. JORDAN, Psesedeut. G. M. MiLES, Vice-Pr.Sidsa. H. B. WILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Asat Cashiers. FIRST NATIONAL SAUL MLSCITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $ o cos. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, W. B. JORDAN, Gao. M. MNuns, H. B. WILZY, J. W. CTEEYRiL, HENRY TUSLER, Jwo. CARTER, F. C. ROBERTsoN. WILLIAM COURTENAY Maleas 01*7. ~itinsai. lUve Stock Broker. Ra saeadC m eca Agent for FIRE, LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE.. Loan Broker and Notary Public. First Class Ranches. Farm~ Town Lots for sale. Settlers and Intending Purchasers furl information respecting Northern Pacific Lands and Lots. Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming and %V stern Cattle sale. Ubs liS Spihil,. -- 3lgO~g thm. "m frlw!UU hUS1h3 Min "1.' -s k U u b