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THE DAILY Y ELLOWSTONE J OURNAL.
VOLUME IV. No. 61 MILES CITY. MONTANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I21, 1885. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURNAL TAL O.letl PI Iper of ."uater ('Couty. Every Morning Except Monday. Population of Miles City, - - 3,000. Terms of Subscription: HY MAIL-IN ADVANCE-POU'TAi.E PAII,. Daily Edition, onle year"................... ............1 2.'i Drlly Edition. ss mlonths......................... 7.I, Dally Edition, three months........................ . TO CITY ,UBiCKtlBE&RS. By Carrier, Every Morning, at 2 ctis. per week. WEEKLY EDITION. One Year.............................................. t:: I' d Mon hs........................... ..................... ...... . Thee Months ................................................ 1. u Advertaslng Rates. •i. • . • .t.° U -- 1 Iay. ... 2.A 3.00) 4.00 4.00 10.00 14.00 20.00 2 Days ..... .00 400 7.00 11.0 13.00 1,400 25.00. SDays ...... 4.01) 5.00 8.00 14.00 15.00 '21.001 30.0 2 Week.... 7.00 6.00 1000 1.00 '24.00 '4.0 | 4)0. 2 Weeks.... 7.)5 10.00 12.0) 210.01 24.010 32 0I0 45.0 3 Week,... 8.. ( U 12.100 14.))1 V.00'28.( 1 3,.u) 50.0) I Mounth ... 105.0. 14.00 16.00 '25.00U 2.00 42.00 00.00 ' Ionth... 12.00 14.00 .00 34.00 42.01 52.00 (SbU. SlMonths... i 16.n 21 0 ) J Ml 42.00 50.1)) 6.00 100.(1) Hf'nths...I2. .12.00 440.l) 6)1.00 74.01) 1(00. 15.()R Local notices-Ten cenus per line fur each slser - Ion. Wrlte-upl fifteen cents per line. Address VELLOWITONE JOURNAL, JOURNAL II ..DIN O, MIILE4 MATY. MI. T. PROFEIMIONAL A NDREW F. bURLEIGH, Attrlney atL Law. OLc oippitr 'oulrt Housne. - - Miles 'ilty, M. ' J W. 81 REVEI.L. 1. H. GARLOCK. * STRIVELL 1 GARLOCK. Attorneys at Law. Otlee Main street, tbtwetun th and 7th. Miles City, Montana. EDMOND BUTLER, ATToRINEY-AT-L W. Olio at Courtenay's, Main t't., Miles City, M. T CONTRACTOtS. A rPLES h BTUART. . CONTRACTORS AND BUtILDER%. titates ftnalsbei on all kinds of carl."nter work. PIIIICIANI. P. R. G. REDD, PHYSIECIAN AND SURGREON. Oat W. L Savage's drug ator'. :2 If C i. LEBCER,'a. LU. F HI'ICIAN AND tLt OON. Oe atI(' ity Drug Store. D- .J.JAY WOOD., PHYSICIAN AND SURG(EON. OM I.elow the Journal Buildingu. Main tret. C 8. WHITNEY, s DENTIST, LMala sleest ever Stoekpwwes Natiosal Bank. AU w.ok guaurasaed and at semoabl raes. DR. WH.H. GEL-THORPE, PHYSICIAN AND SUIRGEON, Can be found at avagie's drug slur, DAY AND NIGHT. JOHN WRIGHT, ('('('F,~' RSH To ('. i Ijw , 'IIER.) I).es r In DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICI NES PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. ComletSa okta lspm FOR AriH. Prescriptios Carelly Composded. W. E. SAVAGE, ABen, WHOLKALE AND R.TAIL DRUGGIST. SOLE AGWNT /OR FOOP1E'S SHEEP DIP, AND mS JIIr oIrs U ar, MILUS CITY, MOIT. MURDERI ! WHOLESALE SLAUGHTERINGl! DRY GOODS, CLOTHING = FURNISHING GOODS William Harmon's, Until Monday, Novembar 23d, .. I r . r . h. . lr a. I-l h. -tJrc. I will still con!inue to carry the usual large stock of Groceries, Crockery and Glassware AT THE CORNER STORE. STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK, MIL1ES CITY. MONT. CAPITAL - - - - $100,000.OO 'T e Iaccu. ts anll d b' i-:1 , - ,f -t-. k , n btuI t",h d1 a ,nd i ma.i.J, d p upt att. 'ntilII. INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. CORRESPONDENTS. Nati.o n I ai, k 4f the | puOi.i, \.w York,. Fir.t N:tinal ':ink. (lt'lia ; Firl NatIi,,naI Ba k. Wit. ]aul; ir.I Natielnal Bank 10almro L Fu I \t . .La l IBtak, lij |i;." }'trot 'attionl Ba. k, Dead wuo d, ' ak.; .\I. D t. 'I .t .& o. Ch.yu. I , \\ ,. DRAFTS DRAWN ON ALL FOREIGN CITIES. W. R.TSTEBBINS. President, F. E. HAMMOND, Cashier. WM. HARMON. President, H. B, WILEY, Assistant Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. _vILES CIT", AON'.TAN'.a. JOSEPH LEIGHTON, President. GEORGE M. MILES, Vice President. H. F. BATOHELOR, Cashier. E. B. WEIRICK' Assistant Cashier. Authorized Capital - - - - - $250,000 Paid up Capital - - - - - $50,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits - - - $35,000 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. FAY'S BIILDING IANIbbA. !ala, ilia R-tiIgK l er 1'"1 square f,. II , I fr (a.. . 1,141I. ra l l~ pav li.f ar.,a a Illy 111 I 1' i1*llr it, I 1'"" ..( plaster: d ·- r easil y al p il i ( d ; a i l outlast t i I I ll . prier Ier t ri P' ar f eeat......... ................ L!ýi Manai In Ndiagt, l1r IaJ alujaraa rt ....... I.. 1 : W IIt ··l MI ua lls ................. . . .. Fr Ight 1ra.1..,d a' (ar A4 aa ii 'aar 4 auol. r' ,. .', a1Ws uare feet. Meutioa Zhu pal; r Jr D. CLEGHORN, NORTHWESTERN AGENT, 212, Ni/olle Ave.. NluneapC·Fia. Mini,.l M.At" D. I'. HIFI 3I. D. AULD & CO., DEALERS IN BALED HAY, GRAZYT, ETC., BELFIELD, - - DAKOTA. J. A. (tOLLINS, JJOHN MN'RHIH N, c'HiB. H.. KEIF.Y, Omaha, Neb. I hiy.nne, t o. 31 lest lea i t lt. J. S. COLLINS & CO., MAIN STREET, MILES CITY, M. T. Invite stoek ownef, ranch men and freighters to examine our extensive stock an great variL of STOOK AND SIDE SADDLES, Male over any stleof wa-ranted tr e. HAND MADE IHARNESS Finest hle in th" seut for freighting, ranch, I uggy and carriage use. romember that All Leather Work to Our Ow. UNueauletur. A. *plendid Stoclc of Califoria 51ts ansd Sputa. 5 K111 I WILIES, TARPAULINS, Head Halters,. WAI N COVEIS, PACK SADI, OI1ED SLICDES, TE NTS, CNAPARAJ08, TENTS, Ic aal oa a BELTS. R O QURS, AO , COLTS' REVOLVBRS AND AMMUNITION. WUUr rwo 111K WUIII I~U U h~linI~.5 Having made my mind to quit the mercantile business I will offer my ENTIRE STOCK of TRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS, LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, NO rONS, Etc.. AT COST. My stock is nearly all new and well bought, and is offered AT COST IN GOOD FAITH, as I intend to go out of the trade for good. J. W. WATSON. Miles Ci'y, Oct. 7, 1885. Miles City & Sparish Stage Line, Connecting at Spearfish with Rodger. Daily Stage for DEADWOOD The stage leave , M le. ('itv Monriay, 1,in, - Ay and Fridlay wornirga, at . o ,wk t.- , - sage or anty inforwatllon apl ir t sage offce at A. J. Malxwoell ITEMS OF INTEREST Were More Plentiful Yesterday and i ast Night than Usual. Consequently we Can Give Our Readers a Description of the Masquerade. The Particulars of Yesterday's Races, and Several Other Interesting Events. "e1 ti,,ia,.lueradt at the Rtink la-t l.'ht was a decided swuc:e-s,, both in tlh. way of the large conco(, urse of Ipeo [1 l ho atttended aulI alo as regards th li tu ,.tt1ules. Owing to the sorNe \ Ihatl hort notice which was given, ,i"l'c were unalle to send east for their suits and conscquently those t io were mruiked had to deipend en tirely on their own originality for their attire and their attempts met e it I the most startling re.ults. The ru,-t striking dliguise of the evening wal etl;.e'tcd by a skater enclosedre, in an uplright t'ililu with a glass window for a peel, hole dli-clhoaing a ghastly faoe. It was la ecidedly nov.el idea rail had a very weird ettiet. There were the usual cos.tumtes of the ever popular clown aund jockey and varie gated nigger and the contrast of cilor togetlher itlh the absurd gyrations i.trforledl by litany of the skater. made the whole a very atmusing scene to the throng of slectatuors. The hand was In attelIlance antl skating was carried on until a late hour in the evelin.g. A gathering of this kind providesl a great deal of amusement and Is very inexpensive, and colsitl ering the great success with which the hIr '-eedlillng passed off last night it ought not to be the last of the kind. The Itink buil hlug is well suited for the al-'t'nhlnIdhlatinl (,of a large crowd and with an excellent floor and good nllmusic the Ipublit have onily to cotnsult their own wishes us to whether they de-ire to have a good time or not. Rink Jottings. Everybody had a good time. The hand should learn just one new tune. Mrs. (Gordon wore a Japanese eo. tlunme. lRoller skating still hl;lds firm sway at Mile-. ''lherit were no Idi I- ot r (Chiiel prese4'nt. Brotheu r .Jt, atat: tiil mi tsitleria did Inot atfiliate. The iupply of skutes waus not equal to the demand. Mrs. lWhit, ide disp~layed a very pretty costutile. Mutual surprises etansued wheIn the nnasks were renmoved. Doubts were entertutuned as to the sex of the dandy coon. Mrs. John Smith displayed a very pretty costume last night. Mi.. Lydia Spencer deceived many of her frieudi by the wearing of a dark wig. Many rsectators jointd the umerry throng of dancers after the nmask were relmoved. Will WhIiteside's iuperouaation of a "still" was enough to send a nervous person into fits. 'There were over ionle hundred Imasaik er, on the floor, and about one hunll dred anti fifty spectator.. Sombre Night and Joyous Morning were personated by Mrs. Will Savage and Mrs. John J. Colemanu. Mrs. T. H. Irvine was well di. guised, but to a close observer It was evident that she was no gentleman. Lute Dear would have effected a very complete disguime last night if le had not been seen just before the umasluerade c.tnmltenced in close oomrn nunlication with John Tudor. Wind Up of the Raoes. Three match racer decided yester. day wounld up the racing for this fil. Owing to the unexpected absence of one of the jockeys the purse which was to have been run for fell through, thus preventing the public from wit. nessing what promised to be one of the most Interesting events of the week. The fall meeting was pro meted by two or thre of the proml neat horsemem of the town who were well backed Il their endeavors by host of trlends from the eountry and there to no doubt that an amangemeat of the kind ik in may ways a deided benefit to the country. It promotes sport In the first pike, and generate. rivalry anlloni r tl,(" ii iferetit i~ir-e 'w ni vrsi, and thsl~ u ,.I LobioUsy to 1.1 ti. illijrov llre the -i,- '1 iTho le it li(I) dfir thet piurpouse of r:, irr. NO i t? iiou411. sIrrlsV.I liki. ti IhIvIe hiiii jsii -ft. Lentten naiil 'A, .1i liii. Ikppi iik tiui 4(1ly3 re. 'iul-e ifI t'. 1,111 I' to ouitiui ai %% Inch1 is dtvuti"i It . :.e etent to, tile Ir~eeiii o aiui r:.-.1. of Iir~es, (a11y departure in t . , i.i of iintrolui ii,. goodil .tuck in tI.. -i~t ie uif rice ;ilkllijUI,, iir tlir- i- it . .ý13.i a Knood lkk(DV&, andi~l it I- ",I, -. I liii Ii ig suchi Is we luivi Iii lIt if..l ,-I Week thait the mnerit- o: 1 ii i ,u, homres IlI the surroun"iz,.. -istry can be I -tt- . We r:al 4f ;iii iol-ttlce a 11, !, na badL~ gonle lowl k , :-' and Made~dC *b.~ttcu ili~ itik 'A~· uliii aL flr- frozjIfl ;t-, reiiird for Iiii-I It. t I'Aby -}r ,A it a reuit of the -an,,o kind hi)C d I at itt In Mileti ' it . I1 hi ill 1 if a giiod cian.. if j,,r-i,. Ilktii '. Ii I- olte of the he-t l111.11, tiiti if It- l'r'-jierity. Fir it I- aI lte'AI If *. [kll' lkn. thle Itlijrity 'If nieo, t1I- :., thu'r financial circuni stulncI- i en i it of thew first out lets fir su p. rila 'ui filmy i lln gaii iug Iio e.et.-i ".I '4 u 1 -ailinle or driv ing horse. \' liui hi mr mllletj that tile Sport t l~i.i Il:- I.. .ili pro vided f.;r :e" .lrilig OwIi. i-t wick flat teen Vaiuo,t entitrely' ifu t", tlic exer tuh,. of Juilge lirit Ii, Tlll, I ik atnd Jim . lc(iurk, Itnd it i- very 'i i itabIle to them Ia the Ir",uluh. 4- ", the pro ceedjing thait everyt Iii . :_ - ott' 1n -c alau ico-u:ur.Bowwe give the reult.uu "a fi.trila3' - lfirt: First event, IlV'1f h a c, 3' II yr. a. ide; 1-t, Ed i-art, r'. roan; ud i-am Young'.. gray. lit ting eveni. iiecond eveunt, inatt Ii r~ui, 4401 yaruls, li a .idle; i.t, J. Ttini.'iger; nd~u, f-aw Younig'. -tr ighiteuIgt.. l'iger 'Aol by tw'o leghsiiti: fet kg1, even, t~traigiifedge had tiie 'all. 'Ilhird evenlt, miatchi race, 44ur card-, V.I side; i-t, Towzi f-tevelus' sourrel colt; 2nud, Fort Keogh bay colt. Won it klength; betting evell. .rUl & Osgood'l Maammoth Mest Market. Now that Brill & Osgood have moved into their new qiuarters on Main street oplosite the Uniteid States land office thi y hiave Iuclllh It more rool to show their beef, gKnte and vegetahlee inl. The maliu romnlll of *toX.1, is used to hang dcessed Itee in, and a rear room of 4hx21e is used for a sausage and packing room. This firm have always been in the lead with fine goods of all kinds and have always Ihad the Chojeeat hieats or the earliest ¢atue and vegetalhlt.. The'y lie ic:.kll great preparatires fr ti..r ually )of 'Thanksgiving gowul. aitl Irolpse to have the Ielt Ipoultry to Ie had in the 'licigo mallirket-. Now that they Ihave a lare' inl which they CUll show o,tf' the Ilierit of theliir gooi they In vite all to call Ilel (iew their a~ssort wuent, feeling etil-tledl that If g !ussH are purllhrcli:ed ,it their mcerit, they will recetlve a lrle share of Iu-lie es The Chicago Couvention. "The Nat:onal Cattle (rowers .\.,'. elation," which tmet at C('hicago dur ing the tlr-t day. of this week, al peari to hiave been tmore of It milk and buttter ccngre's, than a ('attle gro)wers' convention. The dtiry Ilt Ii alppear to have hadl their ejwcial topics under dijcuinl Ion most of the time and car ried thell withiout opposition from tihe range interests. It must soou he apparent, if it i no.t n., that that te range interest needs an aasciation of its owni. and that it can have no atfli ation with Ireeders of fancy stoc'k aind diairy men. The iuterests are far fromii identical if inot antagonistic. The Bnli lardlets. The seconld gamne of the (Clieago balk line tournamlent too,k place on Tuesday, the contestants bielng Vign aux and Schaeffer. The Frenchnman won brilliantly in a tscore of t*I) to 445, his score being remarkable for being without a ilngle blank Inning. His highest run was 106, and his average 25. $chaeffer's best run was 132 and his average 18 13-34. Garr.Ism Gathorlgs. The testimonial benefit tendered to Ed Lynch, at the Schurz Club theatre on Thursday evening was a decided success. A good variety programme was presented and well carried out. Much credit is due Messrs. Lynch, Jordan, Lewis and Adams for the taleatdisplayed in their dilferent roles. No gailry practloe or eetimatag ditesaeo drill tblh win ter rather please the "doe-bys," but plenty of set-up tl quarters l epeoed. The garrison has two or three Mt footed lab at the poet who will be ready shortly to met the TO L or say other ambtlous young man. Tey We working hard to get themaselves i trilm. The regular trl-.moatbly llp gives by the socal club will be hbld atsa Vedne.duy vctaiubg, vtuler 2th, guibulziiiqt Icaý1 tl.e Inter-Ocean Ihotl aIt b::Ii -Iarj. 'I htIw affaira are well uejaeijmnrd art! vi~itnr, are guaran tied it I1.b"uaii t tilAte. Tl'hit rewuiui flub giv'i a ticeatrical I~erf rilirlee I'.'1l1wedl 1y a Iilp eve~r. \litwtev ij u t. Litt, drink and be nnri n **. n., to lb tht Itiotto of tliis rlui \1,iui: Axcis. At M1.tura. S1I· 1.1-1 . j+r\ ert of blef cattle ultit I ti'1" 1.Xten-iv.e iltr:d't- inaden l~v 'eI:r I Ž.1, r.- t1,1, dear, w~aa e.ini jdei 1 'Ii rUhua\hL1-.'t, it being lii" fijal uilu1(erv 1f the Hashdkreufe cute~. Ft ve I utidred huead w~ere de livered, a vert i II,) jouiii. 'I lhev wt 11" turn!d out I-u the! range fir tii: \t ijtter. Molntauc Mention. Liuln Post, 'i A. I., of Butte, w!l i Te . "ha.hgiviug ball. ,Te settl rs iu .tid around Medora are p, titil.iL.g t r county orgatliza Ah \1 ..a ih atio, ('hines, i- run U ng a -., n,, atnl ,- ling al .yat. ent'l n. Jeffl Il1w!, ex--l till of Meagher s )untI, sdu ii at Sat I, Oregon. ,ln ,Jonitd y la-t. The (;ranld ('ntral t tI nel had IKr d forty-five fs et into Rte: moulsitail at last account,. Alfred fMyers har pur.cased a ..c tiol of land about a llile froml Billings which he will utilize u" a t~Iock farm. Diphtheria i. raging at Ri-mini. Two children died of the disease there within the past week, and others are reported down with the contagion. ;aiddho & Bryan, of Fort Logan, have purc.haced the Clyde stallion IHalaichrauch from the Potts & Harrl you Hore Co., for which they paid 'Ilie sum of *tO,t0-_ has beeu pledged by citizens of uentou toward a bonus for the building of a branch of the C. I'. One hundred thousand dollars is the amount required. A cartful review of the live atock ship)tuett eaastward over tl,e North ern i'acitic road gives the total on hoof at 7oi,0II head and dressed 53,0.0 head. Twenty thousand imore were to go, but li i es dlid not warrant. At their meeting, last wetk, the city council of Bozeman accepted the resigns tion of Mayor Langhorne, who last Wcdnesday assumed the duties of regist,,r of the Helena land office. A specnil ele tliol will be held in Boze man n ti ,e ;lth ins., to fill the va cancy. The hUr-emtn of MoIntana are talk ilg of ogaunizilig a Northwestern Racing (ircuit, the places now pro posed to be embraced in the racing i r cuit being Salt Lake, Ogden, Butte, I-llenei p ls;bly HBo-tenan. :'polkane F1'..11, \h alla Walia, IPendleton, Port !and anl.l t l IIt. Sheril' 'Churuhill, of Lewis and ('larke 1nunlty. lst week captured two hor-e tiiv\'. ill th*i canyon,, about twtlv, monuly frIm Dillon. One is named Nels ('arson and the other Is a conalltnion of (Carsln' The sheriff took tihet thieves to Helena for a pre limiuary examinatlon. We had the ile.asure of se long an other large panofl of gold dust at the Merchants National bank this morn ing. This purchase came from the ('arpenter' lBar placers at Blackfoot, atnd con!l rlsed 612 ounces. Being very tine gold the price was propor tionately high, the whole amount be ing valued at l10.300. It will be ship ped to New York.-Helena Herald. Sunday two men indulging in an afternoon stroll neat the Northern Pa cific roundhouse, Missoula, discovered in the ruins of a framn.e shanty the re mains of a man. The building was burned some four weeks ago. The man who formerly occupied it has not been seen since the fire and the body found is doubtless his remains. The corpse was so charred as scarcely to be recognizable as that of a human belag. Slieriff McI~ermiott, of Jefferson co0unty, cante to Butte 8uda~y to ae core a lman watited for demoib~abg a Kalimu at Wickes.. The person had bten apprehended, and was Jodgd In the county jail for safe ks*!mg. Tb. prisoner was delivered to him aS 5 o'clock Monday nmomm whens be called, in the Boulder siege. The sheriff had ftreislsly negleeted to put either bandcuft or shaskies Os hi. manSf, and The fellow b@4 so sooser entered one door ofth lb.osoabbe* be apmsag out of flb. other. In a memmst hb e wIas 15s inh&e darknss., sad smade good hi .moee.a At &he ~7el eemmmbsdeme' effi yetorisy, %Mheloud 60 the pmty hIlly belamalag to V. 3L 10 1 1 woo reosded, the UM Proerl$ baw leg beno pefebsesd by Mr. T. bw~gb