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VOLUME VII. No. 45. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i, ,888. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURNAL '1' O lriaet I'ta "r . IE . t.r, f ,e'n, I. Every Morning Except M(nday. Population of Miles City . . 3000 Terms of buhbc:i; t.o'; BY M AIL. !. AIV N , . l', Tt,. 'l l I Daily Editioi, one 'year .. ... .. .... Daily hdition six uI ihi ......... Daily Edltlen,.o Int........... .... . . TO C11Y tl .Rl:.'111 I (arrier, Every MorningI, aIt .. t' t i wek. WVs KLY E, Il . I 1.I V . I. I 'It. One Yebr ............ ....... * .. six M onths ................................ ................ · Three M1blh1 ......................................... I.,") AdvertIsing Rates. 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C'ty lirtt i, 4Iiryriidey at 7pm L". of L.-First and t 4ird Riit Tl.Ii4*. (4. A. R.-I". $. (,ratit Pitt, N~o. IA, Cirt- awl. third Tuarenlr. 1.0. U. 1.,±a of Ote Wrpt, Not. 21, every Friday ncer1',E. Y. of V -liic ou('iit.?o 1.Mee· frs ci hiG Mondtida of each monih at t,04 1Templar N. PARIKB. H. W. TOPPING NO9THERN PACIFIC FOUNDRY PAKEB & TOPPING Mlmufatternn of all stais o IRO and BRASS GASTINGS. BRAINERD, iINNE8OTA OCIEDMOOR ARMORY. McAUSLAND'S GUNS. REVOLVERS, AMMUNITION ofYevrydeer, tl gyo. The LAmeMr T Troca of Heevy Uharl .' llee In the west. SOeasumitklu eand Rlpeartug of at kllnd esMvy d.e d Werr"aied LEIGHTON & JOR N, Wholesale -:- Groceries, RANCHMEN'S SUPPLIES, GOODS DELIVERED AT RANCHES. THE -: OLDEST -:-AND -:- LARGEST -:- HOUSE IN EASTERN MONTANA. STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK, MI~.LES CITY, MONIT. THE LARGEST BANK IN EASTERN MONTANA INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. W. R. STEBBINS. Pre. let, '. M. HARBMON. Vice Presient. H. F. BATCHELO, , C: r. I.LMERt E. BATCHELOR, Asat. Cash. -F I H T NATIONAL BANK. THE OLDEST AND LRGE:,T BANK IN EASTERN MONTANA. JOSEPH LEIGhTON, President. W. B. JORDAN, Vice President. E. B. WEIRICK, ashier. H. B. WILEY, Assistant Cashier. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Live Stock, Loans, Real Estate and Notary Public LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY Agt'nt for the oldest and most reliable FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COS And the oIliest awent in town. Money Loaned on First Class Security. Cattle and sheep ranches, and improved farms for sale at a bargain with easy terms of payment. Houses to Rent and Collections Made. Several comfortable and commodious dwelling houses and well located business and residence lots for sale cheap; also N. P. R. R. Co.s lots and lands, and grazing lands in the Northwest Territory for lease or sale.' Montana, Western, Wyoming, Texas and Eastern GATTLE FOR SALEP In lots to suit purchasers. Also several choice bands of sheep and Pennsylvania "Black Top," registered rams and Short Horn thoroughbred and grade bulls for sale. WILLIAM COURTENAY, MAIN STREET. ESTABLISHED 1877. JAB. XoMILLAN & CO., PROPRIETURIl OF THE Minneapolis Sheepskin Tar. ANI) DEALERK IN KDZ3, 8EE.PPELTS, FUV ,WOOL,TALLOW Ginseng and Seneca Root. SHEEP PELTS d& FURS A SPECIALTY. 101 100 s 10 l .eased It Nuut. MINWEAPOLII. M1IX. Shipments Sollaited. .. t Write for Ciroulare. R. G. RICHMOND, Oiamonds,Watches Fine Jewelry Watch Repairing a Specialty. 6T nBBIam BLOCK, M2ILEs COTYr Progressing Rapidly. Facts and Figures From Gov. Leslie's Annual Report of Mentina. Giv. Semile, ,,f Washingtn Ter. ritor\, Tells About the Won ders of That Land. TWO t) fF I1NCI.E NAM'4 B~O a. AnnuNt l uI rt f the .. i.ernor If oMltanca and mVash inghon. P'restoo Le.lle, governor of Montanad in bi,* anonnl report to the secretary ol the interior. estimates the population of the territory at 140,000, an increaee of 10,000 over his estimate last year. (f the financial condition of the terrl. tory, the report says that Montana enjoys the enviable distinct ion o benlog entirely free from debt, owing not a dollar, with plenty of money In the treasury. The territorial taxes, it says, are very light," the proceeds being principally applied to the education of the children. the execution and enii forcem,.ent of the crimiual laws and th Ie care of the insanel All of the indushtries of the territory, the report states, have been highly aerive mland i;rs.perous durinig the year. IAgriculture has tnade rapid stride. for ~ arit. The cornmuer *ial o!perationi (of te, territory diuriu the year co.' ired ty tlhie replort iag.re;ate, l i i.INI.iw NI, the priidulct f the nines, the hinco.e fr.,il thei --tle . f w ooi., -ieep, eatt le acll i , -e-., with the rcei'ilt, from ti el --ale *of Ilrprtli aiz cultural prollrtdi'., : .I0 ui .I U 1' " . 'I. I i i lt. I he I lI Iu ,e-., ci vi'lu. .I e I..i . c'1x- . . r! rf ,,i tic-' ;t .3 iM -lct te ct ti ei c ,i t t c N. l I'i ,, th c -i. I,.:, t ., , ci i., cn licw Sr . - c * 0 :1 . 1 -li t . . , . ,th e all V .l cic' I I .. ' I c 1 i ,l I , ,l .i :, t - it. l chl r.- i, li ti h. l ac.iicl Io ur lt I i,. I. ,tpl. i.f .1 ilelta nli. 'lT.ia ll .e- ar re iore pro. LductIlve th iil eve efotee. ielore cf tihe at ally llteviou pc tri.d. AN(.IIEi BOJ N( IN(i IIA BY. Eugene Semiple, governor of Wwash Itgtou Territory, In his ainnuIt report e.timates the population of the terri tory at 1;i7,t2'.', an increase if about .4,,nI during the year. The taxable property of the territory is given as 4.4t;21,,", which is a gain of over Wi3i, i),INI inlll the last ten years and a large inucrease over lant year. The fi nancial Iondition of the territory is raid to be in a Ihealthy and prosperou. _onilditioni. Public landsa have been entarled during the year as follows: Original hou,lum tead entrles, 312,71i acrew; timber culture entries, b.H,24 acres; ashl entries, 133,:1i03 acres; prr lemption tilings, 39!,tt43 acres; coal lands, ls,720 acres; desert land 24,l00 acres, and timber land 8b.,I|I0 acre. During the year the Northern Pacific railroad company sold 26i$,70o a('re. Coal mining, the report says, is io a ir. :spero.s condition, the mines hav lig Iproduced ,l133,tol tons an a ain.t )L,705 dluring 1M7 Land ( eiihmM, W. I). Harlan, land and mlrini at torney, Washington, 1). C., hls fur nilbed Il the following synropei of land decision.s: In Jeuni. Lanmphern, case decided June 9, 1K4M, Secretary Vila. held that under the .ettlement laws not only must actual relidence be established upon the land entered, but the inten tion of making the land a houie in good faith mnust exist. ood faith i. indicated by acts and where good faith Is not Indiclted a seeming eom pliance with the letter of the law and not with the spirit will not entitle the entryman to patent. Mineral: In (hung Cboy, et al., de. cided Sept. 14, 18N8, by Alssistant Com. tuissioner Anderson, it in held that a mineral entry made by a native ol China who hae declared his intentio of becoming a citizen of the United States in void undet section 21., U. M. It. 8. as amended by act of engre.. approved Feb. In, 1I75. Y~'lowloane Park in Ol-hobeer. The Yellowstone Park sesoclation have arranged to furnish transportaf tlon and hotel saoc.nodallone through out the Park during October at greatly r. duoed rates. PIesenger traing will make the round trip, Llvingsiton to Cinnabar and return, on Tuesdays, T'l'hursdays and Maturdays, and a filv days' trip from (Innibr to the prin ellial poiuta In the I'ark can be nmade at an expansW of not to uexiceed thirty dollars. The rill rate frou St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth or Ashland on tbe .ant,aud lortland andla' Taronma on thle wert. to Cizlnibar and return, will b.i *'(l.iIirrid fromta intermediate poinltt oneraal irlle fifth turn,;, Lbu not to ex 4 erd f itt.(No. Pa'tukezs will be on 'sale 'a, to and ill cluil a (O)ctlobr 'Ie itl. 1',401". K it j into' ztit lark -la''ul iaII o fn C. SI., Ierlin,, tcgrut N. I', R:. It., jloulllftt .ý. }~ on arrival al Ltzvaai~.tn. 1"I r +1a1l ujtaIn, ur * ('ha,.. S. F't-, generaI pla-aa-re Krr aiad tii.krt agent. NI. i'aul, \I ut. Health Iftots for Women. As night, grow cooler all women who are in thIe l ,st rheurnatic orchihr vhouldt bleep il Ilanket wraps over thle night, gown, Iret tling ll Ie Irachlis coldl caught by tossing the arms over tih head. as well as the, Io.e of bleep that often comes of disturbed circulation. l'eople who use their brains habitually, teacher., writers, artists, must keep warm as the saiing of their abilities. They must have fires early, and use footwarmetrs by day and night, and dress like Esquimaux if neces mary, or congestion of the brain or lungs is the innalty. The inflaumatin of the lungs thickh carried off (ieurge Eliot and Mrs. Brow ning was descendedl from the chillines, and ior. circulation which these brain workers had lhornr fur years. Care muut I: taken, with all this heat. ing. to hat. a curr.let of warm. fresh air circulating in the ri en anal t, hayn it healthily mti t. Such pr.:llniollns give a soft anl I ,vIly o ,mplexi on,. eqial to the famous N`i4repiort bloliom. Tuhe I'.t way to secure thi.s cntanlt ventil:ation with'out draft is by having the top of thle window fitted with a lserforated board, pierced by many conical b.rings, only 't quarter as wide at thel center ais at each surface of the hole. Thi, gives a fine, forciblo play of lmilnute curralelts thlrough thlie oonl in stead of itl ,lanErou, larIg.E dr:llght. It i awoliman'Im. iel t inln,and a vry clever oi for kejling lr',ins tisrfcc.tly halthy awl fresh. It i, ,I htt! rejmarkalhle that u plainn Amerircan .omtan shoul. ha:, worked out a pl;:. of ch, ap. Eflirint t, uitilation on thi,.. , print iidl, a, t: I t, h(h nli ventioIn r bilch dr '. t' h,. : 1, ,,ue .f T', l . 1 Dir W . '. th -, 'I-t %%-w:i' i, t. l, : ; I , , it, r it ' I. at r, i-t "r. ,l' i . I Ir;'. l' It. a x1 I t,-;w el lu . Till, a ,, ," " I , " , " . . ... li tl, i . 1. i, ' , i i. I .. . p ,i ,T t "o . r,, I, . x !. ' . J.r.I ' . 1 'i t ,.e li . ,tl'Iia p. r, I , all l Is L, tt r 1., ' 1t' :i 11 .11 , . f t. t,' . E ll,. 'c water I,".- pullp 1 . ' Ill' ,,- t I it, kvt. it l, .,t. a" ti :, ; l- h it, l urity. A. hit'- ,t, r. inhr, , mt l , r.i, in thet. atir i ,, yrv ,str ngthe:tin, ', |,r.,Jt:',. hatIll I I mill iltrs of sea at, - h:'h'v th'r' Letter. P'eparlng a Nerve skeleton. One of te iu't inttre sing f, atures of the conllcventioiln of itate hleolA,:pathtic piysuai:ian i., the completion bly Dr. It. B. Weave r. demolnltrator of allatomy at the Illlln rihit cotileg.. f i piece of work wl icl ha. .s-eupieid hi clost at tenti nl f r fix molnth.. It is a (cpllllete expo(- if all tl lnerveis of the huI anil I.tly,. eixa(ctl ini the lkHAtiill tlie tsccuupl durimn li. l nne ida .t canlll frci l I of the la. in li,ltl vi', i i rt m is rtnem ,erel that 1the huimian Ixlv 'conitaiins up ward fa i i ihllion i rtvis of aii ouF. "et.. Dr. W.avlr, \iho lately ti'ralth.5l in Europe, ma- s.tru"ck with the v.atli of BoUe bp.'cilmn of anatomy shoiwing the nerves only. Pr~*'uring the' IKxly of ia colored womanl, who had diei in a ller emaciated coulition, e Dr. 'trWeave r. work ing ten hours a ldad for upward of six monthsl. and chli.hling the lines ai :ay' piece biy piiece, mlllnaged to get what lie wanted. As been the other day, the figure. pinnerl to a blackboard in a ol ished frame, looked at it distance like a very delicate drawing in white (of the nerves of the hunilu figure. A close in spection. however, revealed the fact that the delicate liness were rieally nerve's. some as di..lic(:te and line as silk. lithe dura mater of the skull anld backbone nrfl retained and also the eyts. The nerves of the slpin i cord are so thlle and sio icl SC. together that al very fine needle had to Ie, used to separate theml. Portions of the skin are also preserved, but every particle of hnel and tissue has been removed. Philadelphia Inquirer. I)anger In Water Fllter. A most abtounding revla: ion has orm to those who have been conlilently tnrur lag to appliances for purifying thelir drinking water. It siems that the ordinary filter, instead of rendering the water pure and safe, is actually the means of producing just the opposite re suit. The Rihode Island MItical society, through Dr. Swarts. shows thatt some filters when first used do remo'e it pro P ion of disea*u germs. But after e.. sng in use only a few clays there is a marked increase in the nlutller of col onies of germs in the filtered as corn p red with the unfiltered water. In one Intace the unfiltered water showed the presence of thirty-six colonies, while the filtered contained the enorimous number of ,UOO0, 8.000, 9,000, and even more. That is, the polon caught up by the filter the first few days becomes the source of a vast multiplication of the dangerous element. go look to your precautions, and then be on your guard. If you cannot constantly cleanse your filters otn had better destroy them. Ulobe-Democrat. )Mlhletos on Telegtaph Wire.. A traveler in Jlrazil writes to a horti cultural lai. r telling of the crop of mis* Utheo that ho found growin; on tele graph wi're near Rio Janeiro. When he first saw it he t that foods had left weeds hanging to the wires, but a nearer inn~ii'tiun and the height of the wires convi.ced higl tJAj tit W PO -est wleeds ;vwrea thousuands of little mistletoes firmly fixed l t the wires. Many species of this plant grow ill Brazil, and some, called "bird we- dls," hear berries which are eaten I.e biil~s. Thie neds are de po1ited a4 : ti, 1r,.-graph wires and take root. 'I:a. - :,,,h, rt lived, of course, but th, c' j t:luit deposits of ioed clothe tho i ire, ' ith this curious fringe.-New York Sw:. :':tlI;n Out T'1 .e. Anu ELu-. lireman writes to The Lon dotn llreIITanL his belief that fires may be put out by a mixture of plaster of paris and alum. Hi plan is to throw the mix ture continied inl a combustable bug upon the Lire. An incombustible pulley block, to haul up the bag, must necessarily be affixed to every building to render his plan practicable.-Frank L.sie's. A Powerful Are Light. 'What Englishmen say is the most powerful are light in the world is in a lighthouse on the Isle of Wight. It is of 60,000 candle power, increased by con centrating lenses to 6,000,000 candle Mower.-New York tSun. Bremen's Statue of Liberty. The quaintest thing in Bremen is its statue of liberty, the "Boland" as it is called. It i. a colossal figure, eighteen feet high, and was erected in the center of the town in 1412. In one huge hand the giant hoIll a shield marked with an eagi, (tlhat -ymrll of liberty in all ages), in tlh oth,r n naked sword. It was the gautitlt thrown down to all the world that lirenmen would he free.-Chicago Hernall. New Telegraph for Mariners. A novel spectro-tdlegraphic apparatus has been constructed by Dr. Paul la Cour, a Danish physicist. It projects a steady vertical spectrum, on which, with a spe cial telescolp, red and blue dots and lines are eeni to appear and disappear. These, are Morse : ignral, produced by the break. ingof the spelctrum by the opening and shutting of little slits, displaying thl col oretd dIts and lines. This is effected by tan elctric:al arran ,gment having lettered and numlll r*l keys.-Arkatisaw Trav eler. .1 Letter from (ollnmbus. Thl . l-',' lir:lly ()cont:;illn, a:mong its hi:-rie 1. h; - : cut f a leit, rof Colum Ii,< , .d1 v. h !: l* n I x a .l r' I. to i to be inxt x , n. .O . of tl. s, .. ;." sold for 4 I : to ;n .tin l sil ' l.'ion in 1'.2. Thi, litter w;as t ritt"i I v Cilumn Tbu at .',,,in. :enl is adl.',' ,."d to Ita Iple. I - ,,.i., tr'ea ur4 r to ti,' king of u. i 1. \ I..n t veri-,o: cf the letter was [ ltit,l, to iiou"e. The l'tt, i is descrip tite of lu, travels and dtlcoveries. It w:'s lrI'" :IteI to the library by Mr. WV. W. A-t, r.-New York Sun. Completing Emperor Nero's Canal. Thle Isdthmus of Corinth canal is going ahead satisfactorily in the route mapped out about 1.800 years ago by the Em peror Nero. It will be about four miles long and nearly twenty-seven feet deep. It is expecttil that slips will be able to las througaº it at the rate of six miles e'r hour. The msil is so shifty that it will be necessary to protect the banks nith mLason'rv for a distance of nearly two milhs.--St. I.uis Republic. Rude Methods of Shaving. The Andaman I.landers shave almost the entire surface of the scalp as thor oughly as the iwlerfect implalements at their cowmuanIl will allow them. For merly they used chips of broken flint for this pIurplse, but since the arrival of Europeans upon their islands they can indulge in the luxury of a shave with a piece of broken bottle glass. It is said that a wife takes a peculiar pleasure in shaving the head of her husband.--Chi cago Hlerald. The Travelng saleeman. It may safely be stated that not one drummer in ten likes his situation. After the novelty of the life wears off, an in tense loathing of the "road" grows upon him, There is something utterly repug nant to the average man us being obliged, willy nilly, to hurry from place to place as if driven by an antique fury. o a married man it is especially so, and therefore most drummers are young and single.-C. L. Betts in The Epoch. Talent and Geatius. Genius is a dassling thing, but it won't plod. Talent is forced to plod or get left, and so with the instinct of self pres ervation it generally plods. Genius starts out a petted darling, and ends by dodg ing the iailiffs and dying in the poor house, while talent raises a monument in its honor and pays the bill out of its well filled pocket.-Atlanta Constitution. Not Silent at Hone. The "silent Von Moltke" isn't at all silent at home. He is, on the contrary, a charming, lively and amiable compan ion. He is very fond of the wile of hbl nephew, who presides over his household, and of her children. He loves whistand roes, and of these flowers cultivates a great variety.--New York Tribuno. Try the Experlment. Ask in an averago crowd when any prominent event took place over five years ago, and you will probably get as many answers as there are people present. Try the experiment, for instance, amnong our a.quaintances. - Statistician n Globe Democrat. TB erm.mdu * Namrs The Bermudas take their name from their discoverer, Juan Bermudas, who visited .llm in 1529. The tlrst settler was Sir eow go Summlers, who was cat away on theml in 1600.-loston B3udges Vra.e'. Sohools. In France them are o 9,818 national _obools for girls and 87,921 for boys. The frst named are conducted by female eaobers and the last by male.