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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL
OL NO.MILS CIT, TAA TU A, DECE. PC V VOLUME XUL NO. N MILES CITY, M):nTANA. THUR3 AY, DECEMBER 27. i8$ PRICE FIVE EILES CITY STARTLED! Terrible Tragedy at Case, King & Wod zitzki's Store! CUT TO PIECES Every Man Should do His Duty--How will It End? - - More Developments Ex pected. W he n we w ent to bed last night feel eg tbhat our little on.es were tucked safe ly to sleep in their cosy little beds to dream happy dreams of Santa Caimu we little thought that today we would fled prices cut all to pieces at Cma. King & Wodaitski' . We were startled at the IW primes oe such things as ricb china res, dolls. picture hooks. even no may isges we did't know they kept. Ele put line d elk handkerchiefs and mauers sad cravats and scarfe. Thet lsek at those all wool blankets. suite do elethes sed neermoets cat in the latest etpis and ries. cut mo low anybody sea auord to wear them. Mone shoes ldies' shoes, childre'se shoes 1.0.O. F. A. O. U. W.. K. of. P.. F. A. A. M. wives ear led a special premsnt for their besbheds Then you can load thChbrm mas tables with a mountain of tempts tones and delicac.ae from every quarter of the globe. Whatever is eaten bshould he of the finest quality. If low in price so much the better. lheapnes and qual. ity are twinm and everybodya' pets at Case. King A Wodaitaki. Mised Candies. three pounds for :5c. Mlnd Nutes hc a pound. How does set strike yout VUtSIEBAN5. ' W. *W. AN UI~U. M ". ý. ~ ~ L.~1 as I loo WW '"_ irk GYM~r uQ~0r OUTRAGEOUS. 4 Deeds That Rival the Slaugh- ! ter of Armenians by the Kurds. Ngrm.-es Mh lelt I.wl Like Vg.Ie by R hlet t om tier h"uth %.Mai (nllhtrd. Orderel (ut. SAtAN.AH. (;a., DIec. 2.. Special tele grams this afternoon from reliable par ties from Quitman, (;a., throw a diffter ent light on the wholecale slaughter of negroes in that county. The dispatches sny: Never before in the history of BIrooks county has there been so mnch crime and bloodshed as within the past week. News has just been received of outrages committed in the Morven district ,of this county that will almost equal the hideous crimes recently perpetrated upon inolfensie .Armuenians. A few nights ago, Jue Isham, a well known white man, was shot down in the road at night b) D)ave Pike. a negro,. Sis friends claim that it was without provocation but some of the citisees say this is not true. that Isham was trying to kill the negro, iet the negro got the better of it. Isham's friends armed themselves and went in search of Pike. Not succeeding in this they west to the boom of .sm Taylor. aj inoSensive old agro who is the step-father of Pike. sad threatened him that if he did not tell whore Pike was they would kill him. Taylor aIrmed that be did not know anytbhig about it and he wasee mme diately shot to death. several bullets entering his ody. rom Taylor' they west to the hose of ilM Prmer. Preaer was carried dows the read a short die teens sid when hie wil found him he was lying murdered by the rmadlsde. IPom Fsenr'e ther west to the barm Harry Bherwood. no kseeSst sgro. who ws ales foully mardered. It r'e yorted that the murdeise. after they had kiled these imnoest srqes esa their houses sad msbected the. wives and daughters to the most cruel and bhrbarous outrages ever oommitted in a civilised iQommsnity. A detailed ec count would be to horrible to appear in print. The murderous gang is still at large and some of the negroes are leaving the community for protection. Au inquest was held over the bdy et bam Taylor and the c.roner's jiury turet d a ver dict of murder at the hands of Judge Tillman and, Bill Alderman. heriff Thresher has made no effort to step these outrages and he is being severely censured by the best clam of citi.seas All good hoopleof the commusity deeply deplore the events sad will endeavor to bring the guilty parties to justice. v from the ae. e.1 the tees ist in Broo ke co sao t i s anything but r-. mendring. (3o.. Atkinmso ressised a thoosunty neatmi beak. signed by - O.r+ hbNbethe to bea bihi d b flit ýw lbsI gsaee m d M ..rg rb e brnn si 'beJ ' .t TitsNrreost asten se W's mi~ b el w d~ý iýMlllr k.Moab'1 me inrol Af Po i n~ nub~r tk l s iarit ip.Lkbw i 1w- " rp. ear ýAs ~*iinsms 'wrr I~r 2fin~ THE MAKING OF THIEVES. A oes see asvssms I. Se Nembtse chelI Cre.5..sU. 'here hes surely been o ltet a very .r.'and sigalcast increase i the aum ber of child orimials that are brought to our police corts. TLtae are more of I them, and they are much younger thas they used to be, and they are vastly "tougher." Their manner shows plain ly th.. the street has been their teachber, and ta,,t they have been apt ipupils. Its umetl..,ii is simple and varies ig ellt' ' Kitchen and in Jewtown only in the opportunities of.ered. To hrain with, the Leb idler in the strc. t during e, hool hours is there in ekfaiaunc of law. whet h er $he fault is his own or i,?t, aud he knows it lHe is in the attitude of op position, tthe n rmal attitude of the strtet. Th.' policettan 4is !i4 eau'mny, and the policeman Ptands for the establish ed order of things. Thus the groundwork is laid for whatever mischief cotes aloma It is not long in cunmiag, rartly longer than the dinner hour of the first day The boy is hungry. He wants snethLing to eat. A boy's hutiger is not like ta na'se. which can be appeased with pronises. H. wants something at once. If be is playing hooky, he does not want to go bone to get it. Anyway there is no seed to do so. The street can show him an easier way. A grx.er's stand ist handy, or a pie wagon; better still, a saud water waron. The bottle in worth so much cash at the junkabop. Tto driver's back is turned. The boy .swipew" one. It is not a very great orite, but it is the stepping stone to many greater. A .orse blanket or scopper bottomed boil r may be the next thing. Is is the Eat step that cost a effart, and that aoC a very great ase, with the clamor ds a hugry stomacb todrown the warn i-g otice witis himn that whispenr of the polioaussn and the lockup The Mids bhe make it the street stoo help Is to -eanmWt for the ame and a eu ralst s i the otber.--Jaob A. bZii t- Ciatury. Merve as Messtll. Prom a bltter written by Rev. J. nadearmac, of Dimodales, Mich., we ar permitted to make this extract: "I have no hesltation is recommeadisg Dr. King's New Discovery. a the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junction she was brought dtown with poeumonia sueueed Iug Is grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seemed a if she could out survave them. A friend re cosmmended Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick in its work and highly sat i.lactory in resdt.' Trial bottles free at John Wright's drug store. Regular m.. We. and $lOAl I want to buy bounty warreats or wolf claim that have not yet pewad to warrant. The lage amount of outstad log mad eaadjuted claims of this - I hom, makes it etmmly dotful that the coming legslature will apprq ite a secieet ea for their paymet. and thie Fopct is that they will go oeer for mother two yeasr I reemset a mseea a- stb who has get mssy e as imesmlmet at this kind n dam ppenmd ts wthe higest eo piess her iwrnv or duly ahe. tlmied elaiss oespnadsns bm sL . .3 . Osuas. * M _l Oly. Meat. atemas. s- wll be ushed y I2 .Ws tres fIwr4. ý t de: Ihea Tim. L.t YFr. For t.he ooavenIece of those who wish to make cuepsrisooe and for the baeftt.dt those who ms never remea. bhr, the JOL¶RIAL will hereafter keep estanding a table of the aorrmsponing moeth of last )ar. showing day by day the principal ucntourlo,:cu.I conditions. as obtaned from the record kept by the United States weather observer in this city. Following is the record for Dec. 18d3: DATE. WEATHER. IL~Li:..LIi.i.L 1-Cloudy ..................... 3 2-Cloudy.. ................. 14 3-Partly cloudy .................. 24 - Cloudy...................... 38 --Cloudy ....................... 6 -C loudy .......... ........... 7--Part cloudy .... .... 3 8--Part cloudy .................. 34, 9- Cloudy ..................... :11 10-Part Cloudy ................. 11-C'lear ......... ........... 6 i" C- '-... ....................1. 1 • 13 -Cloud :.. ................. 14 -Cloudy ............ .......... 8 15 --Part Cloudy 9 16 - Part ('louwly.................... 30 17-Part Cloudy ................ 31 -- Partly Clou.......dy..... .... 31 A -- ar .Cl d..y............... 28 ")-- Par.tly.Clou................. 31 21-Partly Cloudy.............. . 28 '.1 Clear ..................... .. 23 Cloudy... 24 -Cloudy .... 2 5--Clear ... ................... 22 S--Clear ........ ..... . ... 22 27--Clear. ...................... 16 2J -(C,,uly ............. ..24 J- Cloudy...................... 19 30 Cloudy..... ................ 30 31 Partly Cloudy............... 33 The igures in the right hand columa denote the averae thermometer readiag for theday. Tbe.r w.a Ome IMs.m..nr Perhaps the best naturel nuil at the mima tintme on of the witlaet rejoiknder in rdt.:lim. dispute was that made tby FatLer )'.Pry to an Irish Protestant. "I have ui objrcticn,'" said the latter. "to Iare Itm. Via;*i Mary tBrart with tverr' e, but onlly a rmape table, venerable woma, j.ot such a mas ma my own mother.' "Still," replial O'Leary. "you must allow there is some differencue in the childre."''-Pbiladdl .bhia Pr as. fltua.. ean m.iy. Sh.Ilh' vapori.w.l everything in his gilowintt crucible. itst there was gold at the I. ttuan of it. When I look at h:l.. spreaiea'r the starry wings of his fa - over hi, chaotic phileophy, he seen like a seraph hovering over the n. fathotsmable O·rhe,,. whose blackhnes i the abode of d.lem "n.-"Au'tocrat of the Breskf:rt Table. " '"I an niot sahb whlthah she loves me or not." .aid Willie Wibblet. "Have you had any encoaragement?" "Yee. ihhotle. I am infoimed that sheweIe some a 'it.' just s she dos to her pet dog. "--Washinata Star. The whiakevs of aseS are sulo ed by some naturalite to be provided wwiith erves down to the sdpa while othie be liMe that the baem the hdr is boKer StWit oat with lrve teu mlnas ehe pagest the skin .1 9 Highest of all in LsaLenag Power.-Latest U.S. Gov'v ye.or~ W. B. J.oaA.,I Fresident. G. M. MILEs. Vice-President. H. B. WILEY. Cashier. C. L. CARTER, Ass't Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BAK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL. $~oroo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, rectaore a W. B. JoaRD.S, GEO. M. MILES, H. B. WILEY, J. WJ . ':TREVELL HEaRY TUSLER, J.NO. CARTER. F. C. ROBERTSOR. Tno_ m ~spate oSn "glme Iepos1eI s: WILLIAM COURTENAY. Live Sienk Srbr. bi EshmaddC emecial Agent for FIRE, LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCL. Loan Broker and Notary Public. First Class Ranches. 'Fbci Town Lots for sale. Settlers and Intending Purchasemu iaforipation respecting Northern Pacifc Lands and Lob. Texas, New Mexico, Colorado. Wyoming and V stern Cattl sale. 't UI I ip. 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