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OL LE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XIIL NO. q MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, Iap4 PRICE FIVE C3M'l You are SweetT Enough to Eat. "You are sweet enough to eat." be cried. a At which her heart turned cold; N~ For she wars a issionmary fair. And he wasn a cannibal bold. t Shrrs wttlug mar1Wth Swetest, it Our seerthap aret INearnst, Our peads are the Flint Oerpr las are thetuwst, Orr sirea Isth Largest, Sm W~eae Is ba Wariest. VWe are receiving to -day a car-t load oft cant,".! g~cairl of thi.." a- s son', canning, right fromi the fic tory and cani mak" lover jilli c, " r than if we bought in smnall quan-r titica+. We -.a~c our cu-tonicr> and buy w hcri" you can biiy thc cheapest. (.,me in .inid e u% t price our goodfis. Redluce yffi~r family C l~ei~e, biy trading it CASE KING & f WODZITZkI. --HPTacIiANa. It. W. W. A~iS OawadAi~rtmteft. 31m.tm. 1. 3 and I ýNa 44r..wr.r Hank block. h~earsu--iw to toA. .,2W I U . M., and?7 s t.3.0. RtKDDJ P Ymt1AX4 AN4D suRoDON. a.*a . t eawsu. Dnw Sties ~ reammabi. dam t610 maf at I Miak. 3..tas` 4 'le. . 1. . sdaw ra. auis. ea.,CrerMat bu,a/ be &be eiagwt~, .a.a THEY ARE FIUH kTING That's the Latest Report from the Orient- Japan Keeps 11 Gaining. The Lateat !lews bhews That O. of the I~leudieet Naetles to the Elatey at the Ntragg.e is Immameai. YOMOHAMA, Oct. Si.---The main body of the Japanese army io reported to be I " attacking the Chinese army position at Kuilensted. north of Wiju. =YoKOaMAA.Oct. !.- It is reasserted that an army corps under Field Marshal Count Oymina. formerly minttter of war, has affected a landing at Ietkiosa. near Port Arthus. It is also again asserted that the Japanese army under Field I Marsba: Yamagata has eucteasfully croosed the Yalu ricer and entered Bmau churia. t It was announced Sept. Ji that Fit-l Marshal Count Oyama sailed from Ilirt, shina with a second Japanese satuadron. Since then it has been rep~ate*.-l as serted that the Japanese had ettected a aImnding near Port Arthur, and it hat been stated that a report wai current that this important place ha I bt-n reap turet l, the .apanese. On the other hand. the Japanese have wa tt-ral tites Iteera reported as having teen repuised. For instance. on 4ct. 9. a lhaighai dispat-dh statel that Fielt M.1arelal Iiama had crostdcl the Yalu river. and the last tinu he was reported repi tad was Oct 'i.. when at was as eertel that lath atides lust :1.101n run in the engagement. which resulteti in the c .Japanese being driven southward. 11t the Japanese have been w, uniformtly tttc,-ssful in their operations agianit Inc Chinese. it is tl:moiult to understand how they hale nir many of their soldiers r wounded and already sent to the rear. A dispatch from Chemulps,. Oct. '2, announced that 1.1t( wounded Japatieec had arrived there aid asserted that there was a large nttnthen of soun ;e",1 Japan ise at Stirel. and stated that ..1t(1 wounwimi Japan, a v.himurs hat alrre.,ly hee .r.-t" lbak t". that eountr). Sup ps a 5large ununber to sw*-an $. thi- wouth show the a herealbouts of al. nt ,; i~ti. The anou lk I ar. already kIt wn at Ih lttniii. a. ant it is ttfe ti as stilt- that thls tuuniailr divns not inilude th* jt engmagen- in tii." recent tii;:ts -aid t" hiams ie urric' about thae 1alit ricer. a ru .' 1 1 1 1 : o, Sit i'.ti ii. 1 lot 't. It is reptrteil that th. tttit-ee lhave attateil Port Ar thur. A repotrt is also t tyrrent that the Jatuinete. home effected a landing on Talien Wale bar. on the (Xorean side of the Kwang Tung peninsula. near Poit Arthur. sumalp...s Epademkr. WACnIInTON. Oct. 25. The health authoraties are using the greatest en deavrsr to l rewut :as epissiene ~f Pm:,ll pnx. Its prevalence has caused consid. erable alarm and it is estimated that over 'iG) people were vaccinated today. An agent of the health department visited the interior department and, at his request, Secretary Smith issued an order requiring all employee to be vac cleated. Th. forces at the department was in a panic today. owing to the fact that three small pus victims are em ployed in the interior department. OesmIs maltsry Sea. Waususov , Oct. S.-Col. Garrick Mallory. U. S. A.. retised, died here yes terday, aged aI. He was onet to hLdb. by prisoasrs. He was in charge of the signal service bureau from 1tlO to 1876, sad was then ordered to Dakota. Don't target to register. There are -lly two days left after today. The resg Itratioe c8ss is in the baseamsent at $hm Staeegorwers beak. and it will be apes eut l10 o'cleek toight Dase temns 5,'. aRd g mesesily aided setandad test case to ear epitel depeatenset, wiek is esaseded to be the ait wsuase test, we rne l a ed /s o ti alerrs.erd te sight ad gaesee a erst it at I lE m* ~ a 4A OW~a te~ Aash"ame a Nkmo toet b seyged week mule 4e a segs. al W4"assim e ro d ad 1 saral M males IL esahy heam These aMb als s s- t a eadsmem r' balm emaimeraeesem agemeasatae lseks.aham ýedi ulthal -aen HELENA FOR THE CAPITAL. The Caster Cematy Club Ceutlames t. G Grow ia Membership and Luatbslamta. H. W. McIntire J. W. Watson a C. E. Werst W. Gordon ti Jepp Ryan K. McLean a J. W.8trevell T. J. Porter h W. F. Millard S. Uordon Iw T. J. Bryan G. W. Allerton. oa W. H. I rawbriJge R. B. Pabook a1 A. R. Farnum C. IL Mkidleton tl J. E. Arnold Calt Wodaitzki n E. Hircher T. Savage oi F. W. Kreidler (.. IH. Ulmer w P. Aitchison M. W. Jones B; s. A. Burniston C. S. Whitney al F. S. Cale Abe Harrington a W. Courtenay A. S. Wiley $l (:. E. Newman Herman Mehler at Tobias Larsen Joe Eichorn b II. Goeke N. P. Sorenson e Ed. Arnold J. Westfall d .t . reese J. K. McLonald h L. Kendall C. .1. Smith ti F. F. Middlet n C. F. Kline It H. It. King J IB. Collins k Harry Ettinger Arthur latle W .1. Ziammerman Jna.Sbearaock a J. Wright P. T. Reynoble b .1. (,. Maples L. Cooley C F. lt.tYNeill K. P. Hufey sl . .. Waley W. L. A.ery 9 .1 Laney H. G.Potter o It. C. ianith J. 1. Montague o .1 S. Towers W. Broener a L. Frldrick',n F. 2.. Kreidler A. I1. Fe..ler T..J. Thonpeon o I. H. Ibowman E. Butler tI .i l. liatton H. K. IBoynton a A. H. Six-never J. W. Olinger .1 >I HIlt t It. Waley u F. W. Stein F A. Link .1. E. Farouna N. P. Ogaaal r W. I). Smith 'bas. O'Neal h HeIery hilt-urn W. . ('ame' ( K. II Johneur A. M. Cree w F S. Beeman K. (. Redd l ' II. Adamns L. W. Stacy t I. K. Phillips C. L. Carter I W. B.. Jordan Leo (irmchel t .AIbert Kircher El. Campbell r W. E. Kennedy 4. W. Andrus .1. II. Phillaps E. K. Davis t J. K. McKay 1). L. Shy John Carter S. G. llotchkism 1) F. Crou.i It. M. Moran c A. 1I. Marvel. Bobt. II. Walsh. I W. .1. Ilraalshae. C. 1. Towers, v II11. I Host. A. A. O'Neal. It. W. Snak. Enmory ine, .1. H. Daly. II. I. Marcy. W. W. Aldert n, John E. te Carle. a Thoe. W. Nelsun, G. F. Ingersoll. T. W. Lucigle) L..\. Kuffman. i M. Polk, W. B. S. Ihiggins. 1 T. :. Hammond. II. S L*ews. Wil. Case, F. Admanan. I 1). Hamilton. Sat Nevness. J. W.Stith. J. W. Mutague. Wm. Stiller. II. K. K'tuptaum, 0. C. Cato. C. llendricvan. A K. Ritner, II Buzlay. C. I. Joahert. .John Kiataes. D. U Wheeler. John Stewart. S. L. Thurman. 1. Hle nemuana. i. " Sent t. M. 1. l riaper. I. M. DIouglass. (has. Garrett. Wiallira Ferdun, K. ':;.shall. Henry Tisler Stephen Dlarnit"l Joe A. Cole John W. Clark Robt. Ater Wm. Young lien II. Woodcaak J. J. Baker T. F. Barnard Ije Austin Henry V. Beeman W. I. Graham W. N. Haynes John B. Walliams John Davidson Jae. Dunlap W. T. Stephens Rojt. Aitchison W. D. Hill J. G. Potter D. F. Mackay W. S. Gilsaore John K. Lambert Jack C. Kennedy John T. ('raft W. C. Shy James Walker C. M. Charles iI. E. Youmans Geo. W. Parker F. C. Robertson t "Y. Rhode Robt. H. Tewey G. U. .(asfell Thus. H. Deckert Geo. T. Gibson Jacob Veit Robt. Steele A. E. Neate Harry Brown Frank Liecum U. 0. White W. E. Barnard Henry Mitchell J. W. Sweetmer Chas. Davis Frank Downhour Chas. C. Downubour Additiomal urn.. toda ; Wmn. BRwan HI. H. Tiasle B. F. Wymmi Oeo.Mtaae Riley Tyler h.n. Chaon. Lax War Rowet Joha C. Uqy Those who vI" to join wi$jU useed in tbei asses to "ilswestorq Club Milss city, Most," end this will be serolisi Aardi hawk made a.ats ' Iede OXWPd b o cbiokrn m caw e od Iny mb Use m . so *ha It wlpi Te craws htI, 4 ishe Th cowwa to s m a Msa~lPwd: toas am" y~v . >ý a' ,#i~ r .no O0A ILATWOEM. The Republicans of Custer county Mestana being again assembled on the evtof a campaign take occasiosto atain declare their unwavering faith in the cardinal republican principle of proteo tio. to American industris and Amser 'can labor, a priscl spaun which the Ibattle of 18lO2 was fought and lost but which could have had no abler or more complete demonetreateno of its political Steens sad seessity that twat gives to the world by the democratic congress recently adjourned that individually clamored aud fought in piecemeal for what they condemned as a whole, and finally, by a series of the most question able proceedings that ever disgraced a session of congrees,tbrough the muck and slime of party perfidy and party dishonor. succeeded in placing among the statutes of the country a tarmff law that protects everything but wool and makes the democratic platform of 1'(e2 with all its high-sounding condemnation of protec tion as the culminating atrocity of clans legislation, a thing to be jeered at as long as democrats endure. We express our thorough appreciation and approval of the able representation by Hon. Thomas C. Power and Hon. Charles 8. Hartman of this sovereign state in the congress of the United States, which representation though of of the minority was none the less seal ous and active and not without impor ant results. We heartily endorse the administration of Hon. John E. Rickards. governor of this state, and particularly commend his action ii protectieg the state from the shame and disgrace of a special session of the third lecislative assembly. We denounce and disown the traitor republicans of the last legislature who bartered for money what little honor ;ond entrusted them with. and point with concious pride to the unsullied rep utations of Custer county's delega tion - Senator Swift and Representataves Huffinan and McKay, who passed through that fire of bribery and cor ruption untainted by suspicion even. We especially denounce the hostile at titude of the democratic party toward the woal interest of the Linted States whereby one of the principal industries of this state has been ruined. and which has robbedl the woolgrowers of this county alone of the vast sum of 01.000. liii and reduced hundreds of our citizens t,, absolute povertythus depriving many of them the autumn of their days, of the fruits of years of honest labor. Mindful of thn depression brought upon the minig industry in the western ltrrtuon of our state by legislatioubostile to silver we declare in favor of a policy that will place that metal on a parity with kl.l. and thus restore to a large portion of our state, the prosperity it Evcr faithful in iltfaltitment of ante election plcdges, whether they be made to the nation or to the people I1 "' we congrulate the people of this. Scounty on the definite action already taken by our republican ard of county com iseioners for the construe Lion of bridges and the improvement of roads. promised by the republican party in the last campaign, and we here by renew thes- promises as a standing pledge from one campaign to another until every difficult or dangerous stream is bridged and every road made fit for travel. I've.. KMaaflg. Cowpunchere, ranchmen and foremen of outfits when in town are invited to call at the Yrzj.owwaomrr Jot-aJAL offce and get a package of reading matter for the cost of carrying it away. Our ex changes accumulate faster than we can get rid of them and they are too good to barn. The folks in the couatry are wel c )me to tkhe. was Was wamtaVLBR. a Sek esuag 3m assese *eSe, Sasstem That agords easdieat sad most Goms. fSotabl hofae6 -The M wsa That maMess a ihightful see piotg.r e"que portion of the couatry-The Milwaakhe That has (ead seere) the rerutatiom at strength am. pelabilty-The Mil wainhee. __at and Is staemped VIt pubic app 3l-The Ki m hWe That hay a smbstaeal reor bedeGad most fsequeg t train smlee - The Md washek That - i -e" the see, ee..s. and ashty at Ate patbem-The Mi Slatiwal shst. itest PP vnb - whrtaeat an gl ayd leNseta Yd.. -' sneshi.. da. q i..a.n...... a1emeNlse wa h s +lelsý+eir wee dal m e iait esagabgh bah eemegttllý the tame talI nd& 'tagear tin aqlitd d yer enae toa w sm ' UJ T. haw. Highest of all in Leavening Power-Latet U. S. Gov't Rpaort Baking W.B.ODN Fiesident. G. M. MILES, Vice-President. H. .WILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $jo,ooo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, fly. D1zaotorzm. W. B. JORDAN, Gao. M. MILES, II. B. WILEY, J. W. CTREV3LL, HENRY TUSLLN, JNO. C.ARTER, F. C. RCOBERTSON WILLIAM COURTENAY U.. Ost7. M~a mues.>a. Live Stock Broker. Real Estate and Commercial A hu$ Agent for FIRE, LIFE. and ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Loan Broker and Notary Public. First Class Ranches, Farms ak Town Lots for sale. Settlers and Intending Purchasers furnisW information respecting Northern Pacific Lands and Lots. tTexas, Ncw Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming and W. stern Cattle Iii S salc. Una SWn a ~sda#I. "Cure' -d Wm on" Ne: 41'f. to ý Patý In to -AlTUND TH - Ensvulhorn Hlsens uins Coibtu AND INhhSITUhS Oif Ubulhub Tuiqapi, ruim , hilmwhu w qig lids. TWUL TE AXNNAFL OePNINO RZ"T.. 4. UIN. POSTAL IiNWTR1VTIONS Inshort mmd. (Fmmla. (Jesbem mad Pm~ BookmphgandPeamuaaIit SsiaotIlaao Gusarateed. Istmscio n alBSb ,Strsg sad Read kIsrumntm I. ds =- = -~, Ziaimmi mad best Coamerciml text boob on Bookhaep as, Ardtbmal.9 it ponemimem monc. etc., for abLe , emuseab m mwaele eadrn,.. . dpdr Me., wd Ie be amim.w ed RfttU.T.E tIL.LA.. 1 S."