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VOLUME VII. No. 5. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THUz 1IWAY, NOVEMBER ), iE88. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURNAL, The Odrelnt I'o 'r ,/ I ft' rf ,',.fnt . Every Morning Except M. nday. Population of Miles City . . 3,000 Terms of Subicripttion; BY MAIL, IN AIV > K. I1h'?A(,E P'.Ait. Daily Editlion, on year.... .. ...... ..... Daily Edition six i,,,n, th, .......... .. . Daily Edltien.,oullt ion i....... .............. TO CIY .l''In I::B' K*. Carrier, Eery. Morning. a ' eslit per w , WKEKLY E lrl s. Y i. IyW .%r, H. O e Year ............ ........ ................... Six Months ........ ..................... ' Three M Unth .................................. .. - I,' Advelt .Ing RKtes. r. s. . 3 VI 1\ iY I F." ..1 I V' II (N) 1we' . . K ....... . ,, I . -.. "IP, , IS .'J) I (... i. 4; . dJ I L' 1' , I , 0" \ .'. . .. .'." I , ' , , , ". ' I' . 1 . C t I 'A.. Ant. 'Aurl.t '· . I '' . dC.' .:T t : ..ý.. .'1 Rminanei 4 kuru i it..l.aI) Int.l r It.-".r Avie.td ay a J:A" a. tnt. ait' - · I . ua . "I w Horafal. raetor. P4.41st 4Iturch-V. It. 34. V.rwL'. \cai nt aatr. At, a nt: .ervt e t.uI. y at , a . ,u. all. u ), In. PraL . autd Prayer .~cie.-lu~, 'A.rlawrday a( ;:-Ilup ReIhtdCI( . burrh-t.sA ti iunday, II a. w.. 7:5., p. m. M. iL. Snder, ( labr. Prm'abtrian (.hurcb-&fthS Sunday II a. e .d .ice Sud. T. C. Arutul r . l:.1 . .LUr. Phu.cb ot aPa rid lirart, N,"tbolac-Syunda:, I' 7. an. W. J.LinneawtlLt cha~,att, I'. he. A. h(PCI' ETI itt. A. 0. H.-lItloflro No I mota fint and stetot Seandayoteach month. K. of 11.-Moats lfist hnd third Wednesdays 7:i&p. it., at Odd f&lowu Isall A. F. & A. JI Vc-iIewsttie I.udge, No. Y,, fire and tiurd Wtdneadays. K. A. M.-Y lilowstoe chaj)pter, No. 5, ,.cuv, Thuraday in each mnouth KI. T.-1)&mnat.us tiomaotdery.fourttI Thur~. days. 1. 0. 0. F.-l'uster Ldgc. No. I3, ever) Muaday ti their ball 1. 0. 0. F.-.tttinal E;ncampment. No. 6, first Gad third Friday. K of P.-Crtos.er Lodge. No. 7, Th'irsda· euFtnp at Odde1 lloluws all. C. K. of A.-Mler city l rauwb. every "today a K. of L.-Fitst Altld third Saturisyn. U. A. K.-U. D. trant Post, NO 14, tirtt and third Turadays. 1.0. II. T..- dar of tie West, No. 24, *very Friday evening. N.I et is n I. of V -cilaon mp Nu. r . Meets firs and bird Monadays .f eaih mouth at btoyd Temnpiars N. PARKER. H. W. TOPPIN( NO9THERN PACIFIC FOUNDRY PhAER & TOPPMNG laufeateers of sall clads of IRON and BRASS GASTINGS. BRAINERD, dINNESOTA ,IEEDIOOK ARIORYT. McAUSLAND'S GUNS. REVOLVERS, AMMUNITION oflor.1 deeilr.tl m. The La nnTr ?ToC of Ueav, 8hr, a' il t the weg. 1O edml Lthlu and epau leg of at kinds w , gai d Wamnsai llG llTON & JO RLNI, Wholesale -:- Groceries, RANCHUEN'S SUPPLIES, -- lD ( GOODS DELIVERED-AT RANCHES. THE -:- OLDEST -:- AND :- LARQEST -:- HOUSE IN EASTERN MONTANA. STOCK GROWERS FI&AT O3AL BANK, JIIL(ES 17'TY. MONT. THE LARGEST BANK IN EASTERN MONTANA INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. W. R. STEBBINS. P:e.4ident, WM. HARMON, Vice President. H. F. BATCHELOR, Cash. r. ELMER E. BATCHELOR, Aast. Cash. _,m mmmm •im FI R~ 5 ' NATIONAL BANK. OF MIdL.ES CITY", hONTAN.A. THE OLDEST llD LARGET BARN IN EASTERN IIONTNA. JOSEPH LEIGhTON, President. W. B. JORDAN, Vice President. E. B. WEIRIOCK, Cashier. H. B. WILEY, Assistant Cashier. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Live Stock, Loans, Real Estate and Notary Public LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY Agent for the oldeit sad moet reliable FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COS And the oldest agent town. Monev 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 SALE In lots to suit purchaxerr.. Also several choice bands of sheep and Pennsylvania "Black Top," registered rams and Short Horn thoroughbred and grade bulls for sale. WILIAM COURTENAY, MAIN STREET. tdTABLISHED 1877. JAS. XoMILLAN & CO., PROPRIETORd OF THE Minneapolis Sheepskin Tar AND DEALI:It IN IDSM,8 EP PELTS, FTURS, WOOL, TALLOW Ginseng and Seneca Root. pSEEP PELTS & FURS A SPECIALTY. 101, 103 as lso soos at oerth. MINNEAPOISK MINSN. ShapmentW Solt.It d. Prite for roulgr 1 . R. G. RIGHMOND, Diamonds, Watches Fine Jewelry Watch Repairing a Specialty. a TEBBINB BLOCK. MILEs OTrrY THE JIG'S UP. Harrisiln is Elected by an Over whtlming Majority to the Presidential Chair. At the Eleventh Hour New York I Demtlcrats Pull in Their Horns. The Empire State Gives Ben Harrison a Plurality of Over r ,eyen Thousand. IND)IANA. lli::,)-46 Itr. -eiasIM' in Indl4nIx give r.c'tivol fio o i 7 couUnli. out .f !12, Aliiiji -li¶,µ it i't gatau of 2,55 ': I,--(lnllllilltee CIa1111 to h ter te ,111.'" roul ,ll.therct~u tlt", ollcla I1 i 1 1IIIn 1, .I. II"I %Illyr ' arrl- 111 % u'i iii r . m,' a r I,, .ji "),111 1 fuitIiLt C; (;o%'. 'A Wi r t , if t il A. ~ t. lai, ul, I':": it. nI.-TIhe P i'r.-'r -In?:l ''v ay ijiitila\* sLjlir Iliiurii Isro iii .? a-t l-t rl lsr %%ill, aoi ry a-vioi .11 1a I. o l ri --.1 ll ; all rt-Hs u lu i t.ll,. l111 ' i ( 1 t.r sir.-l' 1.1u1 t it 1% sdu r.,.: ii (, lull ct- n i.- r i ulstl i-. . L tl. I'.i1 11 . en -i s le : [bihidt.llt v1f i i K a t .uI :" i . ili. .b . . i e -Kuru, frim se -tat.., ii.t (-sia 't. a.. tIIae-y are, f irfy uia'louute li' u-- Iiit~ o uuli rsputnlic-au tnti~te tickut; theli- ipateli filInce. Mlet Klit~ua'ý uiaulguii v for govern, r at 5rusu() t.. i,tI$Ii uud icdilli, u-isctioK of Feluoli eMu s-sunfrl~f-~~e-II inii uuuoud, thurd, four? Ii &id filthI ii- rls-trit anid s-ay,. the re-lii t iii dir i u1-fi it t lu hopeftul front rel~ufillcaaJ s-taudjit.drut CALIFORINIA. Nan Franti-huic, 4:15 p. al.-4.1" pre * aueir il C'alifuurnia ouiwitle if S-an F Irui eG-I"og viv Harriaou 27,491$, Cleve~ ?nlw YORK. New York, 2 p. u..-Commercial Advertiser .a.r latest returnls idloate lelltion of Harrison & .Morton; Hill elec(ted goverli ,r by 10,0,10 plurality. New Y-rk, 3:25 p. m.-Republicans marebing through the streets with brooms and fliag; admitted ou all uides that Harriaon is ele,'ted. New York, 9:20 p. m.-l'the vote of all countles In the state, including New York and King's countles, shows total vote for Cleveland of 78.956 and for Harrionn of 91,147, rmakiug Harri ,on's plurality In that state 11.191. New York, 11:38 p. m.-The demo crate concede the state to the replublli cans. Cleveland Is undoubtedly de feated and the wind-"the wind blew through his whiskers." ILLINols. C(bi,'ao, 9*05 p. mu.--The vote of 44 couuntie in Illinoi., including Cook c ,unty. shows Inajorltifr for Harrison of 38.943, Cleveland 19 373. The re niluning IN8c'untJcl. inll I4 gave Blaine 5,h84 oand Cleveland 5,542, asumlong that these In culities not yet fully re ported lve sameln result as In I.N4; Harrison plurality will be about 19),000. MI('III(;A . 8:2ti p. m.--MlcliganK republians will elect It) of the 11 conllreumen; latr.t returlns give the "tote to Harri :on by il iN, to) 1.tn4i0 mlajoritly: legis lature will be heavily republican. NEIlRAK A. Orinsl. e:15.-- eturosn indicate Har re.,n will curry the state by 25,iI00 mas jeueity. AItl .( . HAT(CHING. omee Thingu, for lhe Itepuhbls'asn ifters of Mil".e t II) to ( nld..Lllr. On Saturday lutI she JOUKiNAL, an titipatlng ll ne ~cf the features of the lo cal electlion, madr a etroreM and earnest appeal to the republlcan voters to stand by the' ticket eind diaieounteoanOe every effort that ouight be made oy democratrc workers to illduce republi can voters to scrutt.h "just one name." The result el the electiou hba juutille.t the wisdom of that appeal and stowed Ile folly of the pract ice of "ecratrchug" am a general propo.itell, more than colutunl of auguuoLut could do, for while it Is not to be dn.ed that there may te ucceeIlons he u the presence on a ticket of a lerur n who procures his neomtilleatlou by nO)jectiouable uleth'd., and who Ia himself obj.-c tlonable to the peity at larne, may anud would warrant h,' being neesathed as a relluka to hil llsud his imelthods, It is rarely that uehle anU oUealon JI Inet wiltlh, hlcd it certaily was not the eae with the ti'krt plre ted to )iherepurn lioeun VIsere of .it?.le 'eity ieu Tue,.dJay last, sid nl r u,,r e llliltlr1 ally, noit the Cea* W ith the l l",ie II 'BtA w lec w ere .11 ulllelere'l p. he.rht'lcied ol 'uemday le-t. AldiveLt of ithe vote of Miles City pir'eluctl wieIth lilts lature f it I view, eay nit Bei ueiltire lteg to our readers, and it certilely will tint Bhe uuluntruotlve. It i. fair to presume bhat tfil Ipurty beads or titi.. on the' ticket- tried rtl-reitneit ti,.. ~I-lihieaI prerereni.- of Ihe v'oter Mi.t. tliii bIeinlg w'tept. d lIi* v"ilte. of JI.Ie.. Pity i.. cia-mooed an. fulow'.. Straigt 'e~oh antik .... .i.lb I Msp'Mlit V47a'~r Straight d."nloi~ara i· " ... il Split ".... I: 2.. llrrnocu u ii· parry vurjjriiy. LI \"w li.-re w'e Ihatve a diJemirniiut party Willh ,o meagre a nm:ajo.r t. a,+ to be pri'"tiealiy isrele in conttrollingK re dulL. outsidle of this' preeaitet abie Luo seed zieiiy of it- j dleites , ut to Ih. (ouuly ut large willh ,l overwhelmin g I a Ilmajority as. to Iie m l io'ui l-i to over coiue it. Aunlicipating conie Mucb re suit, aaid inl order tLnt a weans rhoulJ be at card to lay the watter clearly before the republican voteri', in order tha.t tbey might utuuerstmnd1 tIhnoroughi ly the eiuorwliity of tlhe ofl* tide they Were ((elIIImCtttinl against the Caud.-1I lat.' oii I heir tikkt b1" ti i. itjl~i ouU and~ ii.ii vildial pl ti'e olf "'..r..tei log,'' a it .l. u lie -r.i um- klar ~llururq datt who . a- -erah t hid 'EII -i tl titkrt, lie ret-r!lit itf % Lut.h is. 'IP-I1 to to 141-Uldiran Ilemvera ,Ii -ine Cartr ...........I I CIu.u u ......... o 1(1,-1 ; e .. . .. . .. . .. . I 1 .1'.Ii11- ii,l ...,.. L' IXCtLUIctr...... ( ·lll.~ t)lll bA...... Rem .................. ', Ierxlrrcr -·........ o, fully...............ii I rvitue............' Hatcih' 1r..... II.....)..r ... ; 1 Caiaii·......... Dei I)ar.................I HturlrigL.......... :i, \I lthuril...........-iI; FariuniII ........... i.$j 'Ilh~, lll,rc, ou........ 11, Hotkejr............. .7 %tilt eIz............ Staeliiv ............ i" "hitaurtz.........II Tlaeer............... 36 Harrlait..i......... (liIth...............l' P ett...... ..: (Cooeled ............ I 'aUN pitrr......... -º YouII .............. i Watt.......... Dlraper.......... Blrkit ....... ..2 f igata.............I Mexei.......1?' Elgin .............. 14 Carr................. 5:, Woo)d...............4 'lhurwiau........ Here in a teirt r fatIfirs thlia haI II. it no eletUelut of coti3,ratulafion to, either party, and certainily cannolit blut br rtll clioi on our poItical Iliethi I While we do Iut expect to do away with the ceratchlog that conle' trarmw honest per-oual motives alInd which exhibitself in the su.aller agtregate. on these lislt, we do hope and expect to tesoh the republican voter, at leat,. the urgent necesaity of staudiug by the tlckebiu every instance where it is not honestly or personally otjectluo able, and even the latter couditiou should not rule arbltrarily,for a candi date approved by the party, is eutltled to the vole of every member of the party uuless there are valid r. asoue affecting the public weal, involved in the candidacy. That tbls class is wore applicable to republicanu than demo. crats is apparent to anyune who will give a momlnt's study to the above two lists. The democratic list showe four catdidates who were exit ustvel% aoratched by their party. W\ith twool these it was a questiou ol localit. which, under the circumstances i.. pardonable iLuot admllsable;wlth out olher, a contest bi tweeu two rival bu iness, nstitutious was the cause, auu with the remaining one, a conmbina tion ,o causes, not necessary to discus. here, and which in no way bear upon or connflict with tile argument urougn about the result. All other demnocrat. eecaped with the usual aud to tie ex pected percentage of disapprobation, that any candidate Is liable to receive from hii party, and no mort-in other words the dem,oeratic party stood b3 ie canudidates as a party should; But whbat u absurd, if Unt plitable specta 'le does a study of the republiran list present. With a ticket cot'esuedl) superior to the average and in the maiu imupu.salile t improve upon, wt republicauns after several weeks o( campligtl enthuslstm, orgauiz ltio,, letter writlng. speetl makiilg salt other flap-doodle Incident to a c'am paign, go to the polls and voluntarily Csurrender, not aa a body mind you, V but individually, from one-third to - one-half of our party streugth to the Senemy, and for what? Because hbe t asks us to. No value received; no ben d ti' to accrue; nothiug at all but a simple, trusting arid benevolent desirt ° to coouler small favors that apparentlI 'r eit nothing. Thre work is done Jlldl ' vidually and the appllcation made personally. "Only one name; It woot hurt your eandidate,and it will bell e ours who I~ runouning behiud," and the coImplaisantt republican yields to the insidlous argument anld by taking away one vote for the candidate on his own ticket makes a score or two 1 agsanst him, but then it in only oeli vior and it wont hurt. He dbrr't knoew that thirty, forty, lifty, Ierhapl a hundred cif his rcpubllcau brothe.s are Jt.1 an careles. of party honor as he is, sold sill as geniertrsly Pell their V andidate out whlen it doen't one themn anythilng and perbhap makese thllat a lrienld In the person of (be r deaimocrat. But suppose for Instnooe e that the seventy -five good repuplieans * that rertobed Mr. Campbell, had been a~sembuld on elvetl ,n day and had been iuflormed that there was a l.onDpira(.y ill the party to, defeat Mr. Campbell arid tlhat they were the con. spiratorp; wv.uld they not have resent ed the aeeu-ation in terms most em phbtic? Aind yet, lacking the slogle elemeniIt o(r co.,lpiracy as %-nong them, the ,- i,j-¶tri would lie true Of eiur.e t- Ihey une of th 'Ill intended by their itdi':dtual actliOn to 'co pain.s Mr. C.Iualh-ll's defeat, but thie resultsbows What. Io llAlOranuie they have been pIlel-l ded to, do. sWe mnlltuion Mr. ('auimpell'sa a-c because It is the umoat tiagrant, but take auy of the limt if l,,ast important offties in the county. -heeritf, treasurer, clerk, atltrney, am n*.usor, cornllmrinlne r, probate judge and +urveyor, and sae how the foolish yielding to pur-uatiL n bas slaugh tered out ticket, and t;len look at the other side aud note Iow, alth the exreptloun noted, the d -mwocrat stlood shoulder to houlder f.,i their candi. d,ttas. Does any repub!,'an supjpose that the caund.dates .. the ,llices AitelJ Would have aitre ,d ionmlna tl s, aunl ruadle expei- . unlileant said -lab ri u caltalt . an thir had f Ir ore i.i trOltt stlupe.el that they w r- t. be "knihlie'" in their own houe ntu bti y t;tir frierl,lt. m .i se of toii re( ub 1tlAns wl,io have : e oi dltug tJ.- ahitir ule selatching Ilaý- have bI ,okd lurV arl to tiueuiuii g andidates for of1i 'e your-l Vet+i Po.lI dla3. How doi,.s this outlo~k strike you, or are you fat-headed enough to :hbuk tiat you e:l h.ld the party vute. Don't flatter yourselve- tlat .ýou arte for as we have Allhwn, this laige (t Aettie.u from the caanlldate.s ita iut the result of any conl.certtd ac;iln on the part iof the votes, but i br.tougi t about by srime smuOoth tougued uaud plau~able demuocralt tiaklug your seriatim as you come to the puls and working you for oue or two demotratio candlidatel. Tuts is why we have urged ycu to staud ;y the ticket. You cannot al wayus kubow what,,th.er voteratredoing butan for yourself, hte sure that no democrat gets his work in on you. With the presn at diviliou of the two parties Il this tcounly anid with the tiuket the republican hbad in the field tills all, we had every right to expect a victory lur the majority o: the ticket, out with a very few exceptions it does unot at thin writing seemed peifDbl to. Our caundidates have been ucrifieed by their frienud, but it the lc5onl has been learned, It has beeu Iearred cheuply. A Wheel r a alg. Peter Belcher, of New Durham, N. J., has a snapping turtle that moves about on three legs. He owns, also, a cat that has only one ear. The two animals are on terms of the warmest friendship and are unhappy when they are sepe. rated. Such intimate relations did not always txi.t between them, however. Some months ago the turtle viciously mappedl at the cat's ear and bit it off very close to the head. The mutilated cat re taliated by seizing the turtle's left hind leg with her teeth and cLtws. and so mangling the limb that Mr. Belcher was obliged to amputate it. Both wounds healed rapidly, and. a though each respected the prowess of the other, they became inseparable. The turtle is a little lopsided in the rear, and Mr. Belcher is thinking of fastening a small wheel to its shell to enable it to ,,serve its equilibrium. - New York St.l., The Steamme Great Eastem. The work of breaking up the steamer Oteat Eastern for old iron has l| gun, and, notwithstanding the growth of marine architecture, it will te probably many years before we shall see amzther ship so bi,. The failure of the Great Eastern ua., however, due not k) much to her tLu, greac size as to her too little speed. S~h was 602 feet llo and of 24,000 thrm burden, ibut could make only four or tire knots. She was about thirty years old, but apparently as stanch as when laun hed. tome &f the crew had been with her and lived on her constantly for twenty-five years.-The Argonaut, kathb fLm T.ght letlag. last % ear's coroners' inquests in Ei land furnished two examples of death rs multing frol tight lacing. The tlas was of a young lady suffering from aY infltration of the heart, who died i dlwhile dressing hastily after a bseu SThe ort was proved to bW had a close agencyv i determining fatal result. - IPpular Science l. thly. A batlfastory Answv. Mr.. Nehwzua- No.w te11 rme, Mrm J r. kin., d., iou believe in ur cow's moilk for the lhua? Mn.. i5airkins-Waal. that 4svmda at the child. Ef he'. a goad,. trofll ..calthy baby, and wants It, I'd give him twe cows' milk; but akesk alive, it 'eat s If any urmli'nary baby oughtn't t' waM mown one cOU could furnish.-HR per'. 13mw. MOM. Is Cusse. In China school begin. at darlight continue' until it is to'o dark to n This is a lit oIf informatkon for thoue w wish to we-k mxition. as t41achers IN iL Celtnnl n'nnnlrn'. and way also aSISM for tha diagonal slope of the tAb wlnclhlajarobabl, t;us Ljmmgrd hyt st lly In tin pian tiramd rº b1tI3A1y - UIinou BtiUapt