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VOLUME VII. No. . MILES CITY, MONTANA, VRIDAY, JANUARY zý, a88g. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOUR; AL - T OF1 aper of Cermr Glwenty. Every Morning Except Nlcnday, opulat@on of Miles City. . 3,000 Terms of Subscription; 3Y MAIL, IN ADY cltC, Pci.hus PAID. 2 Idtlen, one y9w..**--..-******* Ulinte aix months. " ....... ti ) Uittea .@ d m onth... . . 1'ý. TO CITY stinCRIIEUS, gnuggAgeey Moraisn. at 20 cnsta per woes, WUSLT EDITION. 3Is.LUW lAPEL. Th. MenIsk............. - ."*.*.*.... .. Advertising Rates. n1/1. ar ý aIý` o .........I.0 . .00 4.00 10.00 14.00 20.00 " Day***. 1.00 400, 7.00 11.00 18.4 11.00 28.00 1 usr~~~* I..0 6.00 5.00 14.00 10.0 21.00 80.00 a.-0-' ..00' 6.00 10.00'1&00 11.00 14.00 $5.00 Me. L.-1.00 10.00.12.00 20.00 4.00 12.00 46.00 t Wests. 4.00 12.00 14.0012.0014.00 31.00 80.00 Mnth .. " 0. 14.00 16.90 1.00 1.00 42.00 00.00 ' .ymtlh- 2.00 18.00 1.00 84.00 42.00 82.00 116.00 t4fatha.. .1600 L.00 1.00 42..00 0 .00 1*0.00 * W'fimt14.- .002.00@ 40.0000.00 74.0010 1. S. 1.1001 nota*oM-Ton e0maW per Ine frt * ION ,mme INe. Yt r*-ups etrn .0045 per 110e. Address THE YELLOW$TONE JOURNAL PUBLIBHING COMPANY. JOURNAL BUILDINO, MII.E8 CITY. M. T. 1D L . -r. KRUD, i PilYaeCIAN AND BURGEON. Of. atI W. K. Tavasge' drug store. 12 ti DL L F. FISH. PITlICIA, UliUBuON AND OMTTrTICIA N. (Art, WundanM und eiburtaelfer ) Offle at .vage' drug ston, Miles (ity, M. T. C i. WHITNEY, D. T MaLn stre, ovr Lookgrowers NMalonsl Bank. AU work guaralntd ad 1 reMsoCabl rnt. R B CORI ORAN, * Nenior V-etriary Rlurgeo kth cavalry res.ence Milel City. Calls attended day or sight. lavoe order at Mavage's drug ston Cor e.m enac prmptly anuswer C. LB(IIBER. M 1.. P'hysicia andaueron O(ik ad residence over 'a bilue lephant. Main . b MHI ETIE h. A. O. 1-Divisoll n No I uits first anl mwona dudaysr of eah uoath. K. of H.-Meem lInt and third Wedneday atl 7:80p. a,, at Odd Fellowe' HIll A. F. &A. M.-Yellowetone Lodge, No. 2, arst sad third Wednesdays. L. A.M.-VYellowtone ('haptc, y.'. 5, second 1Thaldamyli each month K. T.-DMescus (ummuandery.fuurthb hurs 1. 0. O. r.-C-uster Lodge, No. 1. every Moaday at tbeir hall. L O. O. F.--fttlnml mncalnlpmlant, No. 6, irst ad third Friday. K. of P.-ruusder Iodge, Nu. 7, Thursday *..wImp at 044 Follows 11a11. C. I. oI A.-Miles City Branch, every bundsy at -. f L-Fint and third Saturdays. .. A. L-U. B. Urant Poet, No. 14, firt and thid Tsdayrs. I.O.U.T.-4tr of the West, No. 24, every WTay enla. SV e -Olbe- Cu mp No. 4. Meets int and kI Moedal o(f eah mouth at ood Templar I. -OFFICHE AT WRIGHT'S DRUG STORE. CHURCHEII.. ~maafeI(hiafth (41ff ipel) Pelmei et,-8.v. rlweskaday :3.. a. and 7:90 p. a. Wo. a(fl. inter. Nov" Chireb-Wa. M. Weeks. "ec utr. putasn rns Ounday at 1 .. an.dM P .,4se NesR Wedmoedoy &t: p. a. A m11..1= s 1all. Mobsdtellurch-ame m on", 11 a.. I's. P7.Lowry. powster. pwabytieria Chcrbeh-sroIce suaday, 11 . a., TdO p. a. T. C. ArsWte". pUo. thereb of socd Ra cat 6olb-somday, 10 em~. LW.J.Ua.uau, .4kasLim, U.S.A. NIGIRO BROS' ITALIAN BAND WE 031b made OI pa4Yeb or publis pariue. t,~uj plas m Omli. 1Iee ries at ff Marrry rum e o. d. ersNO. X. PARKM5 a.. W. Tory= NORTHERN PACIFiC FOUNDRiY mo1 a& isA"ss I QASTINGS. ~i' TH~iS PAIPERB .i~: W* r~r BROADfI E 1) DRESS GOODS. JAN4. MEANS' a3t iK SHOES. THE MIGHTY MAGIC Low PRICES : :ichl i has h put' nt In r' i.ing up our big mJ'ritza . iu cuttomirr and oash WILL BE AGAIN INVOKED For the beefit of the public. There hau been a further and preparatory pruning of pricer, and the bargain. offred will arruredly. Ilie magnets, draw the ladles from their bomat, be the weatber cold or warm. ALL ADMIT THAT WE HAVE BEEN THE LOWEST PRICED HOUSE IN CUSTER COUNTY BUT NEORER BE- ISO CIIhEAP .1 sOLD We would especially cell your Nttrntinn to our CLOAKS, TOBOGGAN CAPS, SHAWLS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, MIT TENS, FELT SLIPPERS, FLANNELS, YARNS, EM BROIDERIES, WHITE GO*ODS, LACES and RIBBONS. MoINTIRE'S BAZ.AA.R. BUTTERICK PATTERNS. FERRIS' CORSET WAIST. STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK, MIT8 IOITY. MONTI'. THE LAROEST BANK IN EASTERN IONTANA INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. W. I. STIUIIS. PrsMsut, WU. 8ARMON, VIe. Psildent. 1. P. NATONELOR, Oashkc. ELMEB E. IATCHILOR, Asat. Cash. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. OV THE OLDEST AD LIdGST Bil II EASTERN IOITAJI W. B. JORDAN Prudiant. S. t. MLES, VFe. Presdait. 3.3. WEIIIOl. Oasehr. 3.3. WILEY, witasat OsUMer. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Lve Stock, ILas,leal bstate ud letary FMbl i LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY ALa1 hr th eN4a. I ulmes sem NF, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE 008 AL thr Me qinwt 1i .N.. l oeae Loaned on First Clam Seeurity. attle and sheop rmnhes, and improved farms ýr sale at a bargaia with asy terms of pyment usa.es to Beat san Odootims lade. Several estbrtabb sad ....ammi.e didliai heese san well leeste beusý and a mletp br sý also N.P. I L oi slets and lasM veai in the Nerthweut Teritaey b lseas ere m MW.. iMn. Wy..r zIr ma 1. CATTLE FOR BAI E WIWLAE COURTENAY, MAi STUW. BUY YOUR --AT-,- RIlCIHMOGND'S. Te . Larut and Bui A nrdted l ok el FIRM JuWBLBY EQUINE AILMENTS. Hiw Brought About, How Pre vented andHowCured-Home Iv Truth- Hone-tly Stated. The Territorial Legi-laturr-Del sate Toolt'. Burst of Eloquwnce. (0omwunicted J HEORtýE aENfE. The ir,..I That Prevents ilkease. "Au (Ianc, of i'reirntlon,' Etc. Editor Yui LoWSTOK JOV$NAL. Having written se much on the di. ease o; the horse, and the excellent adaptability of this special region for the succeesful and profitable propara tion of the equine species, if you will again permit me to use your .1out.NAL use medium to convey advice t, our horse friend, in the territory, on the treatment, care and feeding of their stock, I will occupy some of yourspace now on the latter subject. As some of our horse raisers are to some extent "green" in the tueiness, it may be necessary to describe briefly the anatomy of the horse's digestive apparatus. In the first place, to re oere indigestion or Impaction of the stomach, the horse coannot vomit a. other animals do, from the fact of the stomach being small and away from the Influences of the abdominal and other muscles brought to play usually for such an operation. Also, on so count of the peculiar muscular struc ture at its entrance. Secondly, the equine species dlfter from all other quadruped. and bipeds from the fact that there is no storage or gall-bladder connected with its liver, the bile being slowly seereted directly to the stomach for digestive purposes. It would therefore be ap parent that nature did not Ilteed the bone tube hoggish, but that he should receive his food in ninuerate quantity and of easily digestive quality. This rule would apply specially to horses that are stabled or that have not con tinued exercise. The ordinary system of feeding twies a day oats or corn In I rge quantities, even to working horses, usually terminates with fatal results, especially with the latter (corn), from the fact that there bel .g no storage of bile to supply the Im mediate demands of nature, ferments lion of the food in the overloaded stomach rapidly takes place, general lag gases in large quantities for which there is nescapee as is shown by ana tomieal eonetruetion. Rupture of the organ is ussally the fatal result. Our friends will therefore see that feeding frequently, and in small quantities, is not only eater, bet as more perfect assimilation takes place, mere strength, more growth, better onedition sad better health will be foend as the result. This is not all, bowever, that sonduces to the perfect growth sad perfect health of our rap Idly maersesing and permanently im. proving horse herds, especially when the flier classes are stabled during the watmer aaths. A hbsage of the ma tereof the food asesesential to their health and development as it is to the beman family. lPro. Williams, one of our greaitt living iathoriies, says: "UMlaltabl Ity of food, In eoaequeoen of a def enoey, oversbandanes, or Improper o-ablnation of tbe autrllve oonutilu ont, Is a very fIequet nse of 41. a Ts. This hba bue well bows by expwrleam of Madodleo ad o~ur. Alales hid o we loess of oed died wit spymptoms of tarvatue .almt Maoo a- it k witholt bd. Eves kbre, whea be to*, Ls Imdlaepst esbrLhmseki A dog hid es p white breed lied oly lfty da^ whernes seemer, hi wi als esome bws bread, V well meshbed and see<d erpble of U.vng Ihr aM - deMsite pled. Agt.b, oMedlag Sm sesnemas of a s oimnieste of tin Prm a IMstto, saluMhe hu l p u Sie- w albsme died of ist---rr lmeet assm a t left wiltewM hed Thehftre I do Imet mphaMW I 4dwi6 a beese6 hes ag Upseallly 1s vwgetkes . Umont e-46d leese be ebtaImd OR sht m wa N Ni "osrtes and so epeses. wr. - mom, 1uM isas ws s disawo adh lba lbs htt valp- S -h Mres" wite as ot ka dg se -dai, ueoisy ai o411 11 t.oi of whla a.mams 4 ,EM iMI~n illy t" Mtrbl.'el stock, but would it not te well also, to Iouie extent apply it to berded animal, for surely a "rainy day" may c me again it is not so long sine we had one) and a ftw enrrot. judiciously used may tide many of i yourfeeble animals over to "'unabine." This rule will alsuapply to your bovine stock. Your valleys will prieduce the largest and finest maugel-wurtsels and those thrown occasionally to weak cow. or calves in the bard sinter months will bring them through to the spring in 'fine form." I have bad some extensive and suc cessful experience with carrot diet sa a preventative and curative measure in epidemic disease.. When I joined the army at Walla Wall, W. T., some twelve years since I found the cavalry horses at that post suffering from epidemic catarrb and Its attendants, bronchitis and pneumonia, and was Informed that "tbree or four carcasses par day were hauled to the 'dump.' " I immediately prescribed carrot diet two or three times per week and had attention paid to the ,uoitary condi tioo of the stables and their surround ings and though the country all around us up to the reservation fence was visited annually and semi-annu ally by this epidemic with most fatal result., I neveragain unoticed it among our public animals and am proud to say never lost one by it. The matter of salting animals per talns to tbis subject, and should not be neglected, and herdamen abould not, as formerly, trust to the alkaline de posits of the country, which at best are only a "make-shift" of the poor beasts and may be diliterious. Rook .alt to good quantities should be placed in prominent and eonvealet places over the ranges, having a natural or artificial proteetion from the rain. It will be not only found useful to the health of the stook but the owner can readily without "round. lag up" examine his animals, as they soon learn to pay as regular vislts at regular intervale to those "salted" point. as the deer does to his lick. Having now said so mueh on how and what we sbould feed our stook, if you will permit I will .respess on your space again later, on what you ought not t3 feed, stabtiog sud it. san. itary condition., etc. Trusting that this bit of advice is followed and believing that if ills our friends will have lees use for "walking vocabularies" or "uneducated vetemin. arians," and that glanders, which Is not a native of our pure and rarified atmeephere. will never be heard of again, I am yours, etc., R. B. ConcuaAn, Mentor Veterinary Burgeon, 8th Cay., U. B. Army. Miles City, Mont., Jan. IT, IMS. SIXTEEXTW LaGDL&TAUKk. Searls Tme hurd Davs. Council sad hoss. met $n joist ms. .1.. and beard the resdimg s the ger ermor's umnasU. (.sell aJoursned without further bselm.as. In the beos. before adjoeuinag Davis oAtned beos. joint resolution No. 1, sauthers lug the appelutment of vse utrs eterks Ian bos.mast saalary of R per day eseh, to ht paid by the turrt tory. The rusolstlon was red, the rutus suspended, read a third time and passed by. usssies.. vete. It pr vides that the duet s.all be eleeted by eseb boss. sad sot appointed by the seeamittes sad presdlag eeesr, as was the mse at the tessstsseN. Tned oSden- e. 11 e that at same sa day be would In heeais. a hils else.eer midifll Lf ~w 7 , pwums~l Sass s. mu n.mr. siemsl, *. wblre wuse sat pgsw b h, the ,ee..eat. -_ 5M3y Mý - rum~ -wM adds sad U~i be seauddered mmd -. ead "d thir d r Ml piwel ft &Ml pusuqw. U lwmouly mnia. (biluw iaimis.61 mat reasiufm mmmbar two edMila the tbeabd at ableh~. Tush hr hsia.w" fa hms vuk hIs ho fdhiM Owl o "Mr~eap m.,ela Meltle be sepowm am4 msat ma Of lAm ps. Two~e, of ng, Bmv bulaeedamo doonem" 0* 6 of~m aswm *I'p Oftmb lift. LU bU a si voL~rw of 1wo ., z ( Muuw~ aol mubowlul af UI w !ms rehon be smpo. - uM**MM be eoulibl M4e 0 V 0" Pliul Md ,~p hsei emima 3@"t a 'A AwwW~ ,' m..de hie report whb1h was read at lengtb by the er rk. The rules sug geste.d are substantially those In vogue at the Fifteenth weasloo. On mntionl the boise went late committee of tb. whole to consider the report of the cormmittee on rules. The spteker asked Mr. GIllette to take the chair, but be declined. Mr. John sou was then requested to preside and he deelindj. Mr Joulyn, of Deer Lodge aucepted and called the com mittee to order. The rules were adopted section by section until the 31th rule was reached. This rule named the different com mittees of the house. The nuanber two years ago wae'I9, but the report 'enoolidates many of them and re duoes the number to 10. ThIs pro voked considerable opposition and pending the result o! the disouaion. the committee arose and asked leave to sit again. House resumed, Sieaker Mantle in the chair. Joelyn, from commit es on mileage reported. Report read, amended sad adopted and the comml* eedlsobarged. 3glf-de.eram.t Wm II..m 3ate. In tbe boo., of repreotative ei Tuesday, the adinimlom bill beatg ra der diesousioo, Delegate Toule streaa ously advoatod the admimslos of Mon. tans, sad lavasgbed egalost earpet* bag authority i tbh territories. Tb. tarfield sad Clevdelad edmlieatr dlon. had promisd to relieved the (*rritoriae, but both bed hled. Trs diton smaid tue wise men mae free the eat, sad his repeblisa feaddsd termined that blstory shousd repeat Itslf. Some of the bethemss piss s had beos Iso hall Is sed traieptl.sh lag in a northera llme. Ot5sk, holdlag religleosly to the destrin. that fseersl oldeboldere sheoul neither die aor resgn, bed ulpe Is the territones, sad gave premise of de. ieloplag lato good sad nimbl l.ivas. But nader deemseemsle mas p lbe tll-bosored traditorn had been vie lated, sad lastead of wise ve- soming frm the east, it was leaned they came from the moth. Fhr be it Ie him to refldt apos the IategrIly et say msa seat to the tarriteriei by the present sdmtl.Mtrzses or sees w seetn from whiek they eama. The laseslmee of eo ebesMere semseqaset on allea spplatmests, end the leek ot oomldesee ubews la She people of she territories oeetiteled a grave se~enL Thee people had hoped hr btter Shiags from She present adalalim. tise. Four yeaes age Mesase bees sstitled So stetekeed enad he hinre to veselve it, taslebr with lbe vlolatlos of the plalbem eaesmalg headerl appdslame Is n .the titar lea, bad doe. mesa to bring ahuet Ihe -.11e1 reveloles them W WL Ther wae lys. me redy l th evll-ansthe uar en the bs. nnd vote and voles I. beuk breasnb esagre.s. WIthout this Ibes as snthian but palmits Inemala sad sorest Ther s a hs mely k 7a that obhrity begsn at hae.. Magl had bees bard .bat bem. reds In Irtelad, sad Ameres ea estnl d mash So sinbil b .hut blemaitg Is hes and had. K. weold set se Sbe ilghust Iathsasr is se weathy s mme, bet he buel l b ginure nat So br-t buses biho sdad e geg home rus Is lb. so Seehortl I bsssg ss lhebassertdepelba. The p..pofthe sore ss eIm W bhad p Mest end ai esb bidig 111at* b-"-.I bld bat beaane lb.gss u s Sas .elind .ent w ines we .en pr thovatess Bas wwesa fi . Dewtm so Turs, Jos. 1A-'?M pifs & uup pusi aergl un U dwee a ago" 4r Eý a DW" emd ko be"df DuiChhA- 69hemb IvII ~ sudoi be "b va a"S be ONN..~ la~S hebf SO dm-. We. - =&=ASO its amy Is I tu~mrn-~~ &enr bIný umm mm need $I to to do am" osn~. rdm% me ow POW of pas