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TIY 0 LOWST E JOUR NAL
VOLUME VII. No. 56. MILES CITY, MONTANA, W DNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1888. PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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8'TE83XNS 3L0o0C, MILES oITY
A Kick From Carolina.
Prominent Democrats Tired of
Being the Solid South Cat's
Pay of Democracy.
Unfolds a Plan to Break the
Combination-Happenings
Everywhere.
A %tmutlm ('arotnhxni Waiuils to Kirk oier thmC
Tramom.
Ni~w' Yoium, Nov. l±.-Cbarlewton.
8. f%., special: 'Ihe" Nmew4 and (Courier
publa-b the opinions of thirty county
chairmen on the situation. One of the.
lead i.g deira eraf4 in the state erected
a set>teipontmi by sayiiig: "I for on. am
Itied of being~ u.4ed an a cut's paw to
rake chi a' nut. out of the fihe for
nor hero fol~tic anA of then New York
and Hewitt. Hill and Grant atr'ife.
Foer twenty t ears or moure the leotmln
have bet-i ru- ng u+ to CPIrye their ..lf
lab1 end.. File mlmId auouth I'at1 I-, .
u-#-(l ~ a-.t nur by i sen ill rn tilt
~oidt Mouilt I. a rt lidnfl.ml fit)I r
It do1 ". kick over nil
traces. W I,:ut would I do'. WVi v.
I'd do thlis: I wo)uld ha~ve
mouvenioiin (42 iii, ou~lnerli s~tate. L.. t
tile (of, v4iil iot, nIl et aoli drs.i..4 liii
ei'UaUiIIII L" t II'. .av to the epbic1
of thiis 'i u _i arid %'ait to bl
th r44i li ie irul'.-.. ', yec 41. your a"j~
NarIlI( t lati you Will le c iiu alimeetin
nhatlage" 'tr '-tat' Nitair-. ftindlint~ you
will gilve us f!, rent felbt-ol .fi'Iti-l.4 ill
rile suthiit, ajnl We will tima"k ufm Iihe
soligd ,(iitli we will But lmoose~ fromi
l'agntjaima andu thet ((oulty IIPIo~"a, 7
and all ,he ri .1 44 it and va.tt lior ti,
b..st mian for pre-lalezt, whether hit
be rapublie"in oarde'r:
'*TIII.31 hllK1lo.".
The Poriland Newr. (ihs a treat Bend Off
to. th1wJuvenhitepsrat ouwpany % hichl is
to lie Here %e,% Wt rk.
Japan; tea wsrdelts; darkeyed maid
ens; waving palm tree brauchee; mar
ble balustrades; crimson drsperile;
artistic posing; ray fans fluttering,
where? At the New Park Theatre.
When? Last night. T'he opera?
"Mikado." However much this opera
may be repeated it never becomes
tiresome. The public will always
patronize it. When the Juveniles
gave their opera here last season there
were, with all their excellence, drags,
orudities, irregularities, peeping out
in every directiou. There was a lack
of dranjaticaction, skillful posing and
effective stage businese. On this see
omd trip these young people come to
nu trained and perfect artists. Mr.
Eckert's excellent rehearsing shous
good fruit, and the talent and genius
of tbh young stage people has burst
from the chrysalis, and is now full
fledged and on the wing for higher
flights yet. The three little maidens.
Yum Yuri, Plati Sing and Peep Boo,
(Misses Cleveland, Martin and Eck
ert,) posed, danced, acted and sang ad*
mirably. Miss May Eckert is deserv
ing of especial pralse, because she Is
new to speaking parts. Mliss Berg in
the parr of Katiaha. has becowe more
of an actress, and turns to the light
the acling side, as well as the singing
of her part. John Lowell as Pos b Bab
ju:te distinguished himself, and re
ceived very near as hearty applause as
he did in Ufa-pard the Miser. Evan
(iamble, as Ninki Poob, sang and at
ed with great abaddon. He has thawed
the ice that encased him around on
his former visit. Too much cannot be
said of the excellence ofTeddyUamble
as the "strong right armed Lord High
Executioner." To finish, the chorus,
the costumes, the action, the stage
business, and the music are super-a
tively good, and the public, wherever
these young people way go, cannot be
but highly pheased. This may seem
strong praise; but it is not, it will not
bear one drop of dilution.
Remarkable Prme...
On Tuesday, Oct 9tb, 18$t4 (aiway"
Tuesday), the 2214t rand Monthly
Drawing of The Louisiana Stite L't
tery occurred. The prize.. were frnm
$100 to $300,000, the next drawing will
be over $2 000,000, In prizes from MU
to $600,000. This and all the Drawing.
of this Company are under the ex'lu
slye control of General. Beauregard
and Early. No. 41,7,5 drew the First
Capital Prize of $ ,000. It was ueld
in frantional tweatt. thu at $1 ea.'I,
sent to M. A. 1)auphin, New Orleanr,
La. One went to F. M. Heatho'te,
Derrick City, PI.. another to F. NM
Locke, Coldwater, Mies., through
kank of Commeret, Metuphi, Tenn;
another to J. C. Pr,,hstet and M. C.
Hasrell, Vancouver, W, T.; another to
John T. Clever, Murray, Ia.; another
to Geo. Idehbeardt, Hlaerwmento, Gal.;
anothetr to Ben S. CoIIiOm, Skowbegati'
M' .; another to Aug. F. Lite.',84,5ee*a,
Kau.; anjother to J. WV. Mc(ltare,OFka.
Ifloef, Kain.;, another to 11.E.V. Cbike ,
Ebst IFwton, Mwn.; knotbier to J. I).
Itt (I uraula, Ala.;auo' her to Mir
cheant .' Nati'.nal, Helena, Mont. O~.
1)raw~iij.r, in which th.e Fir-t C ap t+I
Priz .~ I- ;oI~lNNi All lnftoruuia ior. t'.
t* liti by ,p;,lt log toe M. A. Dauphini.
New ()rleano,. Lit.
A New York dlepMtah it theChicago
rnter-oceun of the 4th ilai.t. ºa)"-:
'Ei~rlairrnhn Blrire, of lb.. d. morratic
tatton al. 'ranmttr,o kept..up tu trepu
tatoa.arano bý rutotee y last moment. On TI.4da3' even
it~g, after the Nolls bad been closed
three hour,-, be met ez"irn'eruor Hau*
qere't Montana, Idem . aud invited
lelim to 1)elmonico'i to ce'h'hrato the
`'d..mo'ratic victory." He told the ex
govt rnor that New York had unidoubIt
e-dly given Clevealand fromi 15,0011 to
NA ,o lurality. These figure:ý aom.
what elatede the Montana d~einev~at
and he' locked itrraeh with tberu~tnt'e%'
Sbtu~er.'' aud Plartted nn t Iriuniphal
w~rti t. l)e~lmonieu'-. On the' wee'
"hatt.eIfl ,.-uo, e the-ir defL';et. eend Iin
vited thano l".o runt 1).! i:'ru '*'e''. If.
heeI :e I!!v tile,.. anit warit frni t
read th ro rhure,- .i,e hate' tih-hr j.,. t.
foreeI1 u *ou hiutt that it luau wuil,V I
deiudt-1 l 'v the tntitt.IIV' oii hIl opts
Aft. .s III, Iits-id
N i-t ~'ItK -- Hoit. J"..-.h-d ('hftulsxr
HIis~ i',,rrz.ste- wli Ma %- k:de'" t
sIust-i li r' It Pihc-cr' larl' rf Vt lr, w,!:
t Se " eee~t sel Iu..a Its I irs. to
This' moringr ~ ajotbier tav u' a- foust,'
in Ilthe ruins' of the htinip hirtitry
*urii.ei mn': rturhed twvouI rs-so~si
1(11. Ints sll. evefl (i~trrets bud.s h Iav.
been takeni frothm the ruins.
He Res'igned.
Loy iuN, . N ovewtr l_.-(i .neras
Warren. chtief of poiiile, has' trnuder.et
kiss res'sgnas'isn. It is understood this!
action iu due to the s'evere criticlsmi
ufon his *Inefficsency in connection
with the W~hile E'tosaiI miurdets'.
Gtov. .uy Auwsas~iated.
(AIAiNSVILLI;, Tex., Nov. 12.-News
was' received from Tiahmonige', the
osnital of thes (Thl'as'aw Nation
tint (isev. GJoy was amaaes'inaited ?4atur
day night. Advieea froiu the Chis'a
saw Nettion tore that s'er~ou trouble
was brewing letwe-en the followers' of
(joy. GIuy and h is' upp " ents' at the late
elect lin.
An Anir. hist Aniver.aari.
Pliistiuau, Nov. li. The first an
niversar- of the hanging of the Cihi
cago ausrchists was celebrated in this
city to-night by the Pittsburg sympa
thiz*rs of the dead men. The house
was packed with a mixed assemblase.
but good order was maintained. Al
bert ('urlian, of Chicago, made an ad
dress in (leman, in which be de
nounoed the police and spoke of tb.
dead men as martyrs. The s.ervi' e
concluded with a drama writ'en be
August `pies. entitled "The \ ibilist.
The performance was in Gierman, awl
the actor. i.ritcii.slly bomne t(ileuit.
Between Aspinwall sad Panama.
Aspmnwall lhne risen like a. PLernit
from its ashes. The last Colombian revo.
lution, happily curtaikd by tncle Sam,
has left the town scathed but sill the-r.
Aspinwall, or C' iin, with a stre-a on the
"on," is not a healthful place. There is
a funeral tr:an to Monkey lull e' ry day,
sometimes twice a hyv. It is a hospital
city, as well as a sea port. anl the men
who have bet-t inveigled into delving
amid the trta.'halrous marshes of the
isthmus are tiling codins at the rate of
eight or ten 1% r diem. and ono coffin doet
the duty for Dney. Men are cheap. but
the coffins are dear. As to the canal. aU
I can say is that there is more machinery
ignobly rustiug be~tween Aspinwall and
Panama than would pierce a doemn forty
mile canals.
In esewt proportion as the Panama
train rambs 1h from Aspinwall does the
faith of the traveler vanish into airy
nothing. For the first ten wiles all isI
wall. Th.n things begin to take on their
natural shap'. There are Americans.
Europeans, Chinese, natives, gazing at
the can as they pass town after town on
the line. but the faces of all lwar the
name impress. "All hope abandon, ye
who enter here." Every man who goes
to work or starts a store on the isthlmianf
eanal route is a silent partner with King
Death. It is a lottery out of which the
adventurer hopes to emerge a winner.
But the winners-they crowded t*e dr
pot at Panama-and wha. were they?
For the most part heopital patients, or
subjects for hospital treatment. Feverl
It broehal over every inch of thomn forty
seven miles between Aspinwall and
Panama. You breathed at in the air;
you drank it in the water; you beheld it
rack. seestiferously potential in the sur
roundings of every paimleaf roofed hut,
every aMn;le story tenement, every
dwelling on the hills along that fated
i testch.-Our. Ian Frmadsoo
MANýtAR NS AT WAS*M'NGTON.
leme Go.mip About the IlAVt on frum the
C'ratrut FtlewerV Kingdom.
The jimwdwWrs of the Clum-kw, I'-gatiols
in WV.bula:Iton are fretuenth1 ween at the
Capitol, Iiitwning to the dehates either in
the senate or house, though they do not
under'i.!. . 1wh of what i, said unless
they ,L : t, iave an int.r;u ter with
themi, wihr h 1 not friqueoti} the case
when they r, ;oirnk about tiy city eight
seeing. 'IThe. I iineiw is pcrhiap3 the larg
est of any of the foreign I.gations at
Wa.hington. They occupy the iWmIense
residence her* known as **Stwwart cas
tie," and '% loch wa, formerly the dwell
ing place of the senator of that name
from Nevada. Before they took this
house the Chinese legation were quar
tered in a commodious house at the
corner of Massachusetts avenue and Four
teenth street, afterwards for one season
the residence of Congr.ssuman Wheeler,
of Alabama. and at pr sent the head
quarters of the Union lia ue.
The members of the C.iinese legation
are fond of going to the ; heatre. They
invariably occupy boxes, .t id night after
night they can be seer at places ot
amusement; sometimes .aking in a
comedy or comic opera as ( ' ten as two
and thre.' times a week. I. "v are great
dressers, too, in their own e -uliar way,
and sever.] u.embers of tin , gation am
the pos--,ors of magnificen hiain Cda.
It is a L-,totIn of theirs to "e Lr an la
niense diamond in the front ~t the little
round c:. u.1s riably to hee t on their
heads, and which is never take i off, no
matter where they go.
Qune f their number is a Lai 4 enor
mous fl" . and ho has a very it iid face,
with a rough looking skin. lies vetting
along in Neat -. and he pacts and blows
when wa!ikxg down the street with his
official a i, t's. Tlh mini t.tr i. a big
man al- Sv% ral of tip a:taches are
nice lIh.in ; nu n. :ir:, lav'. graceful
r' .u b::.x)'. faces.
They arn f ln of going to receptions. and
of cour e b." a great many rtnitatoons.
The sout,.. r ot" are es'ert dIancers, and
the giddy ; irIs who wink it is just -too
awfully .roung' to waltz with a
China:nti a v i to be in c'-tasy when
they arn askel to whirl aroundI with these
foreigners. Thyy are weel often during
the u inttr months at the weekly hops
given at tI'o lading hotels.
Up at tie legation the Chinese give
once a weelk a grand ball. It is gotten
up regardless of expense, and there is
plenty to drunk, too much, in fact, from
all accounts of the wild orgies which go
on there. Two years ago many of the
"Melican" men and women who went to
the Chinese minister's ball made hogs a
themselves, and ever since that rather
disgraceful affair the lines have bees
drawn, and the Mongolian minister is at
least sharp enough to know who the peo
ple are that receive invitation bids to the
ba1l It as, therefore, bound to be a more
select gathering since it has become
harder to procure an invitation.
The predecessor of the present Chiaese
minister once gave a hall that is ttgm
talked of in Washington. It was a
affair that laid out more than half of the
members of congress. and prevented a
quorum in the house for two whole days.
The trouble was the American statesmen
didn't know to what extent the Chinese
punch was ..loaded." It is an insidious
and seductive drink-sweet and pleasant
at fist, but lasting in its effects. The
minister could speak hut hit le English.
He hal lbee taught to bay a few sen*
tences, to be spoken when the guests ar
rived and departed. The congressmen
would come up and say: "I am now
going." and before they could my any.
thing furt her his Chinese highness would
ejaculate: *"Glad to hear it," not know
ing what it meant, or that he had spoken
the wrong sentence at that particular
time. It was very comical, and those
who attended that famous ball will never
forget the Chinese punch and the big,
aching heads that followed.-New York
Graphic.
Best Ceutrs. in Man.
In a recent meeting of tle American
Neurological association. the paper that
probably was of most is"pular interest
was that read by Dr. Ihkavc Utt, of Ems
ton. 1'a., on "pHeat Centers in Man." He
bhowe'l by cases of dinem' that in the
brain of wan are points whose function
it is to preaide over the temperature of
the body, and to keep its heat constant.
These centers were partly located upon
the surface and partly at the base of the
brain. He also related cases on recorl
of a temperature as high as 128 degs. F.,
and as low us 94 degs. F. He explained
how these great changes of temperature
could be produced through disease of the
the nervous system. Cases of childres
were detailed whose temperature was
110 deg%. F. for a short time and reº
ered. Fever was stated to be .ado!y a
disease of the nervw s system. "e's
incrce-md chemiLsl changes in the tbamns
of the body, and thus elevatin6 tie
temperature. -Siiemos.
mhe reruami o. f.amL
Selecrt hooli thivt are iiitortufg s
so flirc ias 'in r liowt-r euip ll yonturI
wtiwil, wlarowlý-%edge in all brmiacbq ad
bistmrt. IzrVillure 8r114 alfTaril Ai'y,;t
ahfeioitat - ; :' % of tIhemI Then Kwk the
tbet naulhrinrt Pand bring yourmislf to the
hrgllwa t srtaflral in thait feld witboug
d- lay. L't %a our iii aella atual laraiqm be
marktd mit h Jabitiaka maa'aaaalL·atkIm.
Whetr %-m real a law k that in reafy
vvr h iilnt Ime vYo V aa AIII(d with it, lo 0not
crami mir minand wll, oth',ra :Ix I 1 us is
at lauira 1, apt to cram hian lzrii,n"c.ma bg
dat hlit 0,arnatmt atiad jaatral.diuiki
twfor, ' % - -uthak uji it& inie·-a, yan
ra~arn 'Ia.The eiwi itl t a bask
r(':l~llrl'14ý3,1 it, 114, %·%iav vonneded
piral a~fl ~ idaanau Ill IhaV.t \r('acrn~db
wi11h 11 the pol J'-t oIf whi('h it trwatL A
car-flrl rialrUe shouLd, Ianwevqr, &til
dwellaag to) kong upon one Ilne at gMk
O rh uOght. U9M and mriId
Should li mto psm d I
umhL n An m W
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