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VOLUME VII. No. 43 MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. i889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURNAL 1e. 0o90. Puper of castfr awusy. Every Morning Except Monday, uI~atof Miles City . .3 ,000 Terms of Subscription; ST MAIL. IN ADf Nca, Po.sAQe PAID. r li .em, ,e o. r.......... .... , .l at , 1 moath.......... ........ 00 WLssoT EDITrON. YULLOW PAPRE. es Tr.............................. ..... .00 .- lmath.........-...ý._.. ...... --- 2 .00 es Meats.... ..................- . , 00 Advertising Rates. . - " D.?. J.... . 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COR(CORAN, e sInlor Veleriary iturtgeo 8h eavalry. Besidoes Miles City. Calt attended day or -ih. lave orders at Uavage's drug store Cor espemdemes prmptly sswere C. - LEBCHR. M. D.. Physiciacn u . maeasd resideaover Whrue L hant. MainI. t -OFFICE AT WRIGHT'S DRUG STORE. CHUI'CHh. mlmanuel (hurch (Episelpal) Palmer St.-Ster teouadays at ut;Mj . n. and 7:30 p. n. Wm. nstall, rector. IBatlit Church-W- m. M. Woek, ictno pastor. Prel ng ervilem Munday at 11 a. m. and pm. Prnb and Prayer Meetnag, WednMday at 7:45 p. U. A ordial iavitation to all. Mehodist Church-Bmrvlem Sundar, 11 a. m., 1ilt p. m.Prayer mietang We4neda ovenlg, M. P. Lowry. pator. Prbyerianu Chburob-dervic Bunday, 11 a. a., 7.D p. s. T. C. Lrastrmog, pster. Ohtnh of Hered Heart, Cathollc--ervice very ntt and third Bndla of the meath. Bigh MU 10:lo 6. n. Boada school M I p. m. Tespm and Benediction as 7,a p. m. FATBa C. PAUWILYt. SOCIETIEB. A. O. B.-Divisioo No. I mste ont and meond U-andyseeehk mOeth. 1. oe H.-Meets Art and third Wedneeday at 7:0 p. ., at Odd Follows' Hall A..I. M.-YellowstoDn Lodge, No. 2S, InS and thid Wedasdays. . A. M.-T-elowltoun Chapter. N. 5, seond Thersdaytl eachb month K. T.-Damacus ommadery,fOarth Thurn 1. 0. 0. F.-Culter L.od., I*. 18, every -Me4 U their hall. 1 . 0. F.--8Unall Encampment, No. 6, Arst and third Friay. K. e P.-Crusader Lode, No. 7, Thursday eventogs at Odd Fellow Hall. U. K. of A.-Miles City Branch, every rbaday at 1. ei L.-rlnlt rad third 8aturdap. 0.. . -U. 8. (rant Post. No. 14, first and third Tuedays. I . (O . T.--itar of the West, No. 24, every Ilidry evening. . of.V--iboon Camp No 4. Meeta nrt and hira Mondars of each month at Uood Templars 1. NIGRO BROS' ITALIAN BAND Will furlish music for private or public parties twoorthree pieol es desire. Leve orien at .pper Jone' or atmy resilene N NI(,O. X. PARKER. Ht. W. TOPPING NORTHERN PACIFIC FOUNDRY Pa E & TOPPING InUalultrer of slI lBdsa of IRON adon BRASS GASTI NGS, BRAINEBD. MINNESOTA THIS PAPER O.R% .* Mod. 0 .sa a basti " j L- hoJ"M e .reMoAte 'Sril ' "Nine-tenths of all People are Fools." The Gre.at man who ,,,ade this statement evidentll did not live in Oauster County. We claim ,that nine tenth of the people of .aster Couuty are wise beyond their geertt io.n. The fact of the neass of people of this Cbunty patron izing MIclNTIRE'N BAZAAR wthen 2t cent' has the purchauing pouwr of One Dollar, proces core lusively that they are terribly sane. The signs of the times tell us that seon the old level 100 per cent profi, relic of the Eighteenth Century Merchants will have paussed away. Even now their dying groans are heard on every hand. That MclNTIRE'S BAZAAR has hastened thcir end there can be no doubt. Like Abou Ben Adhenm of old, McIN TIRE will Ibe written down as one who loved hts fe low-.Men. McINTIRE'S BAZAAR, P. S.- itc shall continne the tim, honored Credit *Systtn. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TA**T- .c! CITY', MO2"TANLA TH OLDET AND L ST BA II EASTERN IITAII. W. B. JORDAN President. 0. d. MILES, Vice President. E. B. WIBIUO, Oshier. H. B. WILEY, Assistant Cashier INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. STOCK GROWERS" NATIONAL BANK, no Ib MIuI aE CIT'Y, MONTI. of me THE LARGEST BAN IN EASTERN IONTANA: wt ova INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSIT. ll W. B. STEfBIR. Prealde.t, WTL. EAIMON, Vies Presideat. fr foi H. P. BATOKELOI. Ouashtr. ELMZ E. E ATONELOl, Ast. Oaks NEW STORE AND NEW METHOD of BUSINESS8 P A CHANGE IN LOCATION : Has prompted me to institute a shange in m method of doing buelneas, whichbl I tl assued will meet wi the endorsement and approval o all who advo eate low priese. ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20th, 0 I SHALL BEL GOODS i FOR CASH ONLY OR ITS EQUIVALENT. In makinl tbls announoonent Ido not wish to be understood as having been foreed to adopt this plan on account of bad debts or poor collections, for euch is not the oase. It needs no arnument to onovinee any reasaoing person is that the man wbo sells fur sot oesh OCAw EL ONAuP than the man a who sells on credit, t is over wbo bas cash In hand, naturally expects r and bas a right to e: t PRICES tbha if asking for credit. cl THIS HAT WIWANTIa I WANT the trado f the peonle of Miles City and Cueter county. h t WANT everybody to understand that I am in earnest when I my I am sellisg gode for cash only. I WANT to mpress upon the people of thi community the important fact that it s ast as easy to pay oah for an arti3le when bought as it the 0 end of the mouth, and I WANT (tosure th at it is not only as easy but a great deal cheaper , AND THIS I WILL PROVE to the full satisfaction of anyone and everyone who knows the value and r quality of goods, 80 MUCH FOR ONE DEPARTURE, NOW FOR ANOTHER MY NEW STORE Is loSted In the noew brick block on Main street opposite Brandoborur A Van Oasken's meat market. I am ceatrally located in a a t and well Illhted store. Here I will have a lo and earefully maorted etoetk e DBY SOODD NOTIONS and LADIESB WEAR with special departments of I S HLOTINO BOOTS and 8HOES, Et., marked to ell at e~tetly esub Sigures. All 1 ask of thee who tipk there is any buneombe about this annoooemeont, Is to come and see me pieos my goods and noe the dlas between oash and credit prloes. I will open onder the new plan e' "XT"d. .Oday, zeb. 20t,.. Remember the same, plase and date. J. W WATSON, ISohM',s dluk, . - * . Is , Junketing Statesmen. Dakota and Montana Legislators Hold a High Jinks Carnival At Helena. EnthusiasmOyerStatshoodOv:r flows an Banquets, Receptions and Oratory. WIELCOtII, THRICE WELCOME. Reprre ntatlves from the s.iter Territory 0n the a.st Come to Moatasa to J bilate. From the Helena Record of Sunday, we take the following description of tbe reception given the Dakotans: The outgoing train which left the oity yesterday morning to meet the Dakota delegation was tairly loaded down with lerislatore of Montana, city counolilmen, members of the board of trade and other well known gentle men of Helena and Montana. The two parties met at Gallatin City and amidst a general greeting and en tbuslastic handw.hakiog were soon in terminogled and the best of friends. The visiting party cousisted of reven tyfive, with a fair sprinkling of ladies. In the way of banners the visitors bore two huge, red, golden tipped stars, on one of which was written in letters of g ld, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Washington, and on the other were the same words with Montana placed first and South Dako ta last. Another banner which prop e-ly had the place of honor was that of the glorious stars and stripes, simple and unadorned. Dinner was taken at fallatan, after w..lch the train sped westward, bear ing its jovial freight to Helena. The city was reached at 6:08 in the after nooo and the train was met by every thbing available in the way of vehiole. of transportation. The ears of the motor line were in waiting, as were also the street railway cas and a largo number of hacks, and the entire party were quickly transported to the city, where the hotel corridors were soon overflowing and the hotel clea ke bed all they could do to keep from getting ratted. Many of the Dakotans found friends and acquaintances waiting for them and ready to reeilve them. and in a .ant half hour tter their ar rival the blie a'g of tie vietor. could be seen all over town. After spending what was left of the afternoos. n vsiting the ploint of Is- * terest about the olty, supper was par takes of, after whleh the visito re-J paired to the eourt oeam where, at 8 'oloek the speaker alled the lower boos of the Meateaa legislature to order. Prent is thebuse were the vitrs, tdhe mmbers of the esuaell and a larp mauber of spectators. Is a few well ehws words the HiB . Le. Mantl wel.ned She Dakota delega tion, sad IuIted them to repair to the rool s of the Mornta elub, whore sa l formal re.septie was to be bld. At 9 o'clook, in punmares to pro arriaged plaim, the eltorls gatheed at the Montana club rooms. The party, on company with these of our uliuces, numbered nerly four bundred, form log a display in the nsy quarters el the asmolatlon never before witnessed. After the pleasant exobaon of oor iestes, the partaking of a chohe lunob and the ample dispensetion of liquid refresbmeato, President Hoot, of the club, caled the eseemblag to order. and in a pleasing and well timed ad dreos, weleomed the distisgulabed guests to Montana. Hi remarks, though short, were most appropriate and whatever his ether quallbieatUos, he readily stamped blmielt a meet fit tlog personage to represent te head of a reception commilttr. Upon con cluding he called for and lontroduced Col. Wilbur P. ladem, who, amid uproarious applause, appared and in uI.tanoe said be was not accustomed 'i spenking ln the Montana olub rooms, but the presence of the many 1aindelme ladies and the duties he ,wtd In welcomIng the party was In orntive suioment for him to make a few remarks. "About to celebrate a great event," he aid, "si event not transended slnc the oreation of our great goveramet. We welcome the IDakotans om this glorIous eoasdoe. I There was a tle when the relaiobs f betwes Meotanes and Dakota were Ssomenwhat straind. Though the two Sterrtoris adjonled they resembled to a saelderable etent the MIamese twiag sod the eballesl srid was either the turbuloot Miapeal, ithe usbridged, or tbp erpel ises ladila, walb made it deldedly selb to travel bwees the lorudI t ,es - * we have twoe pa he mi hanh e bas .N til ,led - *t. think that we are now states; no long er shall we be underlings, but on the oontrary we wi'l lift ourselves to the dignity of the blh position of free I dom and liberty. Thibs I a great day to all of us." After continuing at length be coneluded by again welcom log to this section the distinguisbed visitore. HON. MARTIN MAGINNL' being called upon, said in terms he was only too happy to weleome the visaltrs. He wished them pleosanter weather on the ocaesion, but the frigidity of the atmeephere was only an endorsement that a cold climate was productive of crops of warm hearted men. The ocieslon we were celebrating was theadding of the miss. SIno links to the bchain of states which now formed a continuous line of com mon wealtb from the Pasifle to the Atlantic ocean. In such a storm as now prevails, the flag of freedom was planted on Plymouth Rock and in such a storm we march into the Union with Montrna in the front rank. Montana surely should be first, iw cause was it not the highes-t, forming as it did t'oe great continentel diJide which gave to DIakota its Missouri and to Wabhington its Columbia. The. palm of glory and renoun was always accorded the creators of new empires and founders of civilization, hence Montana, the two Dakotas and Whb logton should be entiled to it. I., consluaion be thanked Munset Cox and Springer for their efftrts in pro curing for us admission, closing with tue peroration: "All honor to Sunset Cox; and after the four sunset states have gone hand in band into the Union, let their representatives, who ever they may be, remember old Sun set and not forget the silent sister ter ritories who have oeen omitted. Let those who haye been left behind be brought tIn by those people sad the continent from sa to sea be made one Union of states." MHN. LEE MANT.LE FOLLOWED, and with one of bis charadtertltic ad drwese entertained bin auditors. Ht *aid: "onu have already been wel comed to Montana by the citizens of the territory, and in behalf of the I.ef islature of Montana I do most heartill welrome you. Though you were ushered in by one of your attendant blizzards, it chills not our hearts, hut, If anything, makes them warmer. Though we know you not personally, wedo by reputation. We are both bound by ommon ties. We read of your wealth, energy and enterprise. and know you to be with us in tbose attributee. You have railroads, Im mente grain products, fertile valleys and great nsltitutions (one Institu tlon, however-- Church-you have, whiheb I believe you are endeavorlg to be ridden of.) We have mines, timber, agrioulture aad railroade. Hence we weloome you to our fertile valleys aid Inexhaustible mountains. Warmly and cordially do we greet you, for, motwithetabding your bliz sards, they have not eoogesald the lift blood of patriottsm that Sowe within you. [Applause.] Thence, I sy, all hail. thrice hail to the budding com monwealthi; to the four geme that are to gliten and sparkle In the diadem of liberty which are to us as beacons that are to lead us to the glory which lies before us." PROF. MCLOUTB, of Bismarck, responded in behalf of his delegation, by whom he bad been selected to return thanks for the recep tion tendered and bhmorooely be re marked that hie friends bad placed on his slender shoulders (he weighs 250 poundr) the duty of returning thanks to the people for the hospitality di4 played by the warm hearted Montan lIns. "In a manner," he continued, "it is an sesy task to make replies on an ocamslon of this character, but in this Instance it is very embarrassing. as I cannot find words wherein to ex press my feellgs. All I can my is that when the news of the paessae of the bill reached Dakota, we knew also that it had reached Montana. It wu on St. Valentine's day, and we thought It the greatlet valentine ever received by anyone. We abook and gasped each other's hand. and con gratulated eaoh otber so much and so often that *e rot tired of it, and thought we would oome over here and sbake someone else's hand [laugh. ter] and so bere we mar." [Get ap plause. JUDOE THOMAS, of the Dakota supreme OLah, wes the next speaker, and made the happy speech of the evenln. The gentleman Sa Virnllano, a blet speaker and said be bold ble ofaie by grMi of God and Grovw Cleveland. He wa, as some wei desirnate It, a earpet-bSaf , @1n hb b emt am b was I Dakoi, 111 hs*1 he p1as111 1 to" . se ws gamean to walk so ot it necelaary, for Dakota to ride In. At one lime he oppoied admlssion or an nexatlon or anythingelee, and though he had fought to gEt out of the union he was glad to get into it again. [Loud applaue.]j Reput,lies are born in col oales, it is said, and he wee pleased to know that b, had arrived at that con. elusion. As for Dakota, be referred to it in terms most oomplimentory and sid these was ever a warm spot in his t reast for the people of that territory. Their hospitality and klndness had been beyond hie expectation. Now in Helena he was encounterlng the same treatmett and he feared be would see be suffering from too much hospitality. Referring to the territories, he ex pressed hie desire that they would all iet in, with the posible exception of Utah, which he did not believe wee yet prepared for admission. Again is ferring to Montana he prainea highly its people and hoped that many of them would see fit to visit Dakota, when the treatment he and hie dele gation had received no Helena would Ibe reciprocated. His ,,ncluding sen tence was broken by the uproarnoua laughter and applause tlich followed, not so drowned, howev-r, but what could be discerned the reuterk to the effect that wbenever .Aootanians went east he would see to iL "that the governor of North Dakota would say to the governor of south Dakota, -." This concluded the exerci.* and at midnight the mery party dispersed. THE PROG3AMMIL The visitors will attend divine ser vice in the house to-day at 11 o'clock, and speed the remainder of the day in viewing the city. To.morrow morn ing the party, with the Montana lqegl Intore, will visit Great Falls by invitar tion of President Broadwater. Gnodyear.Cook & Dillon's MUanares. This truly excellent company of burnt cork artits, gave their initial performance in ansDMs City at the Warder Grand list night, and sur prised and delighted the fashionable audienoe who greeted them. The *inging was far above the average. Harry Grheo, the first tenor, being in eivellent voice, rendered a number of d.lightful operatic gems, Mslated by the famous Bay State Srxttte. Good. year and Edwards are very fuony oommedians, and kept the bous ai a continual roar by their wittUcilms whenever they held the boards. The speeialtlee were rendered In a refled and artiatic manner. The joke wee all roid of a choetnutty flavor, and in Its entirety it was the mot enjoyable minstrel perfermanee we have ver aitended. Come again, getlesme. Kansas City Times, Jm. 2. & ste. with Peaus emin The Wahington Setarm gi teroM saccount of a fto n be to th e d clerk of the war tmeat Itift aed t a sot width, , tan IM M hb tfi Oki eienft up roem the rdsk, bwhen a o was called to a rporti nostic that it bent itly at the nd and had e the feeling dof an elt ba.Wace On remin the wpper, however, it was seen to ben hrd, compact piece of sandsoie, of a lght yellow color, with the ends ct to pnts. The texture of the toon wa i and presented no eridtnce of stratification, and was smooth oer the entire surface. A knife bladeladS no impression on the particles. T t was no doubt as to its being a genutb stone, but it, neverthelem, feem the flexibility of a pece piof rub her. When takes in the hand ad shaken iii the diretaon of it flat ur face it would bead back and forth with a dull mufled sound. Tha movement wa moe of a laxity in the adbeion, apparent, than an ela Ct a. WCheheldh brid otally by oo an the other would drop ad ra in that position. With the two ppor on ret the free eentir old be pread half an inch below the middle line With one end hal firmly on the desk the other could be bent upward over an inoh. The movement was not cononed to thees direction-in the plane of the flat r facee-but the enure stone smee to be constructed on the principle of n universal joint, with a movement per oeptible in all directions under pa surae. A lb*I %WON" TIe following gnqob of theprsswno ppowmm man is f or the Pm mta i 0( "1~: bM lriS ham a vwt to 'Baudsim %- 6 rro~uhr r I u .uhu1 I ro3bba~rrk· -I an·d cattrand &=N"9 ro eightnil ebat work #wad m Ptal timer s ca d" arvan 1e100 tei hb the gr md ft asbw4 ad sims L &Woe W r~