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THE DAILY YELLoWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME VII. No. 163. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31. :889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURNAL of Oqai.I u.,er aP cesf r owCwnry. Every Morning Except Monday. oppulation of Miles City . . 3,000 Terms of Subscription; IT MAIL, IN ADY NZL, POSTAGE PAID. DUihh7IiUdoa, one year................. .....10.00 Daily ]E ition. si months............. ........ 6,00 Daily ltinon, e onth ............. ............ 1,00 TO CITY IUBCBIIIUES, Curler, Every Morning, at 2 cents per week, WiEELY EDITION. YELLOW AFPa., O e Tear......... .............. .............. ... ,00 gis Meatha ...... .................... .................. 2,00 Three Month . ............................. 1... I,00 Advertising Rates. N I ..i .. S',,a so ý a ga S ...... . 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D.. olo as aatda avemeer white Kephswal Main. * TR A. MAJOR. ebsomtia a speeIaty. S., pesa3. O. P LOes at Wright drug Mora CNuuCMin. Ck k roW3a Plo @L- Aar-a p:10 a.s. md 7:0 p. s. Was. Lwancfr. Y rr(~ wr M Ce-Ws. N. Weeks, men e. -mia meriem Huaday at 11 a. a. saw .Mawoea7 t1p. lue a Psa·Ler MeetIng eaedla 6. Asosilal tatie. to all. - Cbure-Ieein Sa y, U a a., ilbqs.?u~a r meetigW w a rnig. 1411. r" JAM". pa 11 . Ir. Aare-Nntaa ladqU a. as. IINF i T. C. dreams/ poster pt d olaed mt CaUalce-Crok dathirdtd Sunday dke ath. U1i0 F 1O:O1a. u'. ludo sebel at 1 p. S, .se sad unedi le 7a10 a.. VATXu C. PAUWUt.L. DOCIETIUS. A. 0. H.-Divisioe No. I meet Iant and seond G oesslofs Mnath. it .--Moes It sad third Wednesday at TI ., a" Odd Feilowo Hall. _- A.:a. M.-TYllowetono Lodg, Mo. 2, net a Wdasedsrl. SA. M.-TYell.wtet Chaptr, No. 5, auend Thadi.lati sek month K. T.-Dmaeuse Uommandery,tbouth Thurs L0. . . I.-4VaeU 1od, No. 18, eery Ml.a a their hall. Sr0.0-l. .- Untl EnDmpment, 1e. 6, nset md thi tFrday. L e P.-Cader Lode, No. 7, Thursday rn at Odd rellows Hll. U. t A.-MIles City Branch, every bnday at t. e L-Finrt and third Saturdays. 0. A. L--U. 8. Grant Poet, No. 14, Ant aud tUted T'wedy. . I. 0. . T.-tar of the West, No. 24, every ldy o evening. L. V.-Olbeon rCmp No. 4. Meets Ant and kLt Mondays of each month at Good Templan N. FAIRKI 8. W. TOPPINO NORTHERN PACIFIC FOUNDRY PAK & TUNG MItfMUMes of II ataie of 4ON at 3iASS .ABT INGe. BID. ws103 TA DOMESTIC GINGHAMS They have been wreathed a4 the worthiest of all washable.. Will these mlisl, fbries flu lud Ie. favor amonrg Milem City ladies when we tell them they are of Ameerican origin, and as yet have never caught the sea scent in their c erkered foldb? We. tell their true history. Nut the style of McINTIRE'S HAZAA R to abow you a gInbham holding ihbe aroru of Rhode I-land or savoring of (:Jn ne."cli.et and ask you toacc apt it s 'she flavor of Highland beathbr. Those prazer.slve Yankees are wpitnll-nt (ieorgla staple and staining their fleece with .olosi whiech never before t ra*,"d ginghams. These sightly goods are ca.uterieL from our oounters at Sc. 10c, 12e and 1.5c. Tihen we have the Hcottiei.y ,corns and the aristocratle French. Hurfaces soft and subdued in lone. Fibers or theee queenly qualitles are queerly flill gr eed with forms quaintly beautliful, as if the loom.men had filched their fanelie fruom the oi ods ou a sueruner dlay. 25C, 30-, 31c. SHOE S C. I ES R 1. I StAc.Y Notr-We have just received the most complete line of LUBBIR GOODl ever shown in tI' city, including (,uamens for women and children. STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK, MII ,ES CITY, MONT. THE LARGEST BANK IN EASTERN IONTANA INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. W. R. STEBBINS. Prsddent, WI. KAaMON, VicL President. H. F. BATOHELOB, Cashier. ELMEB E. BATCHELOR, ALst. Cab. FIRST NATIONAL BANK O0 THE OLDEST AID LA&ST BANK II USTEIB IQITAll W. . JORDANI, Pr.deat. 0. M. MILES, Vie. Prrdeat. .L . WRIIICOI. Cuibr. 3. 5. WI lT, assitaat Ou'er INTERZST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I. SILVERMAN, SALES AGENT FOR WANAMAKER & BROWN, O K FALL, PHILADILPHIA. -0m Hato'.g ,tai'c, /the cfl/E e aeeaýve for B1ters Montena, I am now pre papred to take ordersfor V1LOTI IIZ, seither rdy made or MADE TO ORDER. Representing the LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE in the _wfted States, I can safel guarantee to y paroes perfect sat..otion in the il4.n. o their order,. M ampl tnodted all the latest no*elttes iw gies' wear for SPRING and SUMMlER and our custom made garments are put p in a stse seconod to none. The jrgures Iam abte to glee you wil awe you frons 0O to 25 per cent under any otothing house or oagenqy the territory. Is Ig uarantee al work mdronwll have the preieute qf thorough examdnatron before accept tla esn . I. 8.IL VERRMAN, Bales Agent for Ode. with WANAMAKER & BROWN. W. 3. RAVAoE, Drag Sbon, live Stock, suKeal tate .. Ntary mtic LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY FIRE, LIF AND ACODNT IN'S mUR AN 008 Ar the eM s• emt eanm. loner Louane on First Class .ecurity. Cattle and sheep ranhes, and improved farms fbr sale at a bargain wih easy terms of payment. Houses to eat and Collections Made. Several omfbrtabl and commodious dwelliUn houses and well loaoted business sad residee lots for sale .hp.i also N. P.L L L Oo.ts land lands, ad grasin l .ads in the Northwest Territory for lease or sale. aM..l.., Wesem. Wre,..h. tas mal U.ia CATTLEB FOR SALE_ WILLIAM COORTENAY, MaIm STREET. WILIAAM HARMON Wholsale and Retal, G08 0 ES rS !t 4 ý ,Y:1 rY A Senator's Plaint. He Resigns Because He Can't Keep up With the Proces.ion on His Salary. TROUflLE AHEAD. An Iml*ndlng strike by .. u. Senator-. WAsIII.aTox, Mar,.h 18.-The resignation of Senator Chace upon the threshold o,' his second term has aroused renewed Interest in a subject that 14 bound to receive early and ear nest cenaideratlon in congress. i.ena tor Chace, in private, gives as the ret son why he can no lo'ger serve as a legislator that the compensation of a senator ii not sufficient to warrant him In lonzer neglecting his business. He is one of the largest cotton manu facturers In New England. The question of increaslng the compensa tton of congresumen has been receiv ing the earnest attention of senators, espcially, of laty and there seems to be an overwhelming sebtiment among them in favor of making the salary of congressmen $10,000 a year, instead of F .00ai as at present. The members of the huuse of representatives, while thoroughly In sympathy with the sen Lurouguiy io UympaEuy wLn Lce senl atorm on thise point are not yet ready to go the full length desired by them, fearing a repetition of the outoreak of censure visited upon the congress of 1878 for Its action on the salary ques tion, but it Ie argued by the advocates of increased salary that wLst the peo pie were mw Indignant about then was the back pay grab, and if an increase were made to date from the end of the fifty.flrt oongress, no serious opposi tion would be made to It. There was a frank expression of views by sena torn on this topic in one of the secret legislative seions last week, in the discusslon that ensued upon the intro. duetion of a resolution by Senator Teller, authoriaingtbhesereary of the senate to pay to committee cleks aerv. iag on a per diem baIde daring the session of the sesete and the clerks to semators dunng the coming recess, the per diem allowed by law. Teller pre vious to prmsetlng the resolution, whleb was referrsd to the sommsltee on contigeut expense, said Ia his experoere as chairman of a committee be had been compelled at times to employ two men to attend to the cor respondenoe devolving upon him. and t was a heavy burden upon him. He believed the senatore should hbare a - nualt olerk, because their duties did ) not cease with the adjournment of the NsOw. TEMPKIRANCE. A Temperanee Talk from a Temperaae. taemdpoltt It is seldom that a Miles City audi ence has the novelty of listoniag to a woman orator. Not ernen Belva Lockwood addressed her eonstituent some two years ago. The announce ment that Mrs. Barker would bold forth at the Presbyteran church last evening was the means of bringlog out an assmblage that completely filled the auditorium. The subjeot was temperance and the work of the W. C. T. U. The sincerity of the lady in her work w a apparent to the most callous herers, and different from moqt Ietorers on the same subject, she failed to bring the usual array of dry and statletical figures. Inrtead. her argument was logioal and her de ductions well sustained. She gave an outline of the aim and extent of the society known as the W. C. T. U. It ha 800,000 members at present and with its branehes s lnoreasinl at the rate of 100,000 every year. Its Influ ence extends all over the world, and at the International oonvention held In New York last fall delegates were present from as far away as Australia. The fundamental measure whloh form its working policy is divided into three heads-eduaetional, reform atory and legislative. The educational purt was to havhethe hildren in the publle schools taught the efbot of al cohol on the human system. Its re fbrmatory means were employed to place the elemeaet of purity and tem pera.a aroend the young man md to help him to higher aim. In lt la1e lative work to trive for the mking and promplgaem ef seek aws that will restried d an al es prohibit the ele of lntoxleTe. The speake apptald lmotgly to ita ro-m and manmed of the maMe-uM beem In that by their vote they e show that Amer was U a fte ae sad m a she to e m" ey a" ad lI. alems of the a esam beW-tat I * ae w was is" w --13 ase tha mehnved tare s i-nmi the ameq that debmerbd aM d td bhe UIm of i1 dult*mem *tha th hlis WM weo Ummsled ad an 1Msvw soeilun a -" of f United States. Her lcture oonclud ed with a strong appeal to the mem bers of the W. C. T. U. in this place not to be discouraged in their work. Mrs, Barker is a fluent and pleasing speaker and held her hearers in clo. eat attention until the close. If sbe should ever find it in her way to ad. dress us again we bespeak her acrowd ed huose. Il e Po0.toi Qulnrtll The violoncello in the hands of an artist like Louis Blumenberg was as "The Lyre of Appollo" to draw the hearts of all the music loving people to such entertainments. His playing was full of Irresistable charm, and fully sustainea his reputation a a musician and virtuoso. His airs from Hougro:s were received with a storm of alplause, and he responded with an air from Trovatore. Even then the audience were not satisfied, and he gave as a second encore the spinniug ong.-P-avannab News. ODDS AND ENDS. Too much help has ru~med more men than too little. In 14,0, the lads of the country wore *2.404,000 worth of wire in their hoop skirts. A Georgia man has a hen which lays double eggs. each one having an egg within an egg, as it were. The man who is drawn into a scheme to invest 1 cent and draw out $1 may not be a fool. but he is in no danger from brain fever. In an exhibition at Dresden are col lected a ntmber of boots, shoes and slippers once worn by emperors, kings, queens and princes. We are all of us more or lem hum bugs in this world, but most of us won't allow anybody but ourselves to my so.-Somerville Journa Dentists in Cedar Falls, IL, as likely to have an opportunity to go shing. An Indian "doctor" visited the town and during a few days' stay extracted nearly 1,000 teeth. The London Times will be com pelled to pas its dividends this year owing to the great expense incurred in the Parnell investigation. A dciru lar to that effect has been sent to the sharholdes. w shartholdes. It is not in to hae a man tell how richh ib hav been if •. had good luck. It better to hknow ' what bla beek hl to do agad bad luck.-New Orleu Pleayuna An inhabitant of otland, Oregon, not lo g ago offered to sell twelve Sacres oland for 0 per acre. Hi r wife refused to sign the deed, and d though he wa au r t the lme, he k more than a now, as the pep erty will brmk 80,000 readily. Some ero of d srollton, O., d enteed in a com t to rb tbi town. They soeeddnely unatil tba. consulted a Tallapoos fortua e teller who asid they were thieves This tr riled them, and ld to ther arr Ther seems to be a in aeoit even for the fortune . A writer in an a. .ngl pelr cel for Woodbridge tihe peie Sing the meeu eean 1 th pIrson . a mieerl yeomawho sAsed to l low his lushr to eiove a am Jacket am a present becuame he co"ld o' aford to pt for the eain Swhich would fe needed to kee th mt mhs out of it during the aumn. T ere is no oountr work' ly where the scoence of Lng life aeoon K paid with good alth1 nimpaz mental faoUltib good digestion, a activity, t better under-.oo borno., 10ah theage of aln iF and thr, of 4,001 f Paper door are sae d to be geat- i d. proveenata over wooden ones. Tlq are formed of two thick paper b tamped and molded hre p.o " gladtogether with Clu andpo o and then rolled thob heavy e It After covered with a waterpwoo Sone that isLr epoof. th se tad, henL andb iungl h - wa.-- .-. Dr. J. M. AEdmunda in a paper in a dental monthly, advocates the im planting of metallic roots in the jaw and the building of artiticial teeth upon them. He believes that this method opens new pomilbilities for dentitry. By plantin two metallic Cpsules in the rar o the jaw aud two in the forward portion, ho thinks it prctical to lay a foundation for a anplete sot of permanent teeth. Thee is a cradle in New York that has rocked over 19,000 babia. It be -an to rock nineteen years ago, when Sistiers of Chanty startd a litt foundia hopital on Two'el t. . New York, with T in the tr y., HMer I Aene w at the had ofdi Ab is sill, a wonoderl, frailli woma n, whose ti- and devotion ill always be rmehed by thos who hate oan behd her among the blwhom aba has m ved ad saw "i utew M l Ir& I "td. "ame ft emap w= "m d0110adam Hebert W o" at A b*9 ~lem at ' saw, -h r- were-b unes a ns bridge in 1 , nd in 170 90,000 oq. ies of the poems had been sold, an a trordinar number for the Seven teenth century. The present en oyment of hs verses is man Dby hs quaint conceits and fan tastic imagery, by which his pious and often profound thoughtsa e obscured rather than ilstratd. Herbert had a ssion for music and wrote many of his hymns that he might sing them to his flute and viol. --Ihiludelphia Times. South America Airs. We are not apt to look to South America for evidence of the greatest Pro.es mn science or art, and yet it is said that the sewerage system which is now being constructed in Buenos Ayres is the most perfect in the world. Measures have been taken which will result in puttingeverry house in the city in perfect sanitar, condition with in three years. Sanithians will wae.h the result of this stia endous under taking with great inter ist, and will be able to deduce from i: nany valuahle practical leasuns.-SciL oe. Extraordiaery E air. In Brazil there is a t i.e called the Cafuaos, which has sprt g into exia ence by the marriage of t o iong, stit haired natives and the in. 3rted necp slaves. Asmightnaturally beerpeet from the admixture of the w extremes, this pooplo pom.s hair of ,. very ex traordinary kind. It rise rp - larly from the head in ta', curly mmed and forms a wig of sUch ms - ou. dimenions that the ,xisesso must stoop low when entering thir hats-Nwi York T1elgram. Re*ht of the Tewr of BabeL The reputed height ol structure has at times been gre a rated, some Jewish authorie lxng it at twelve miles and Jerome quoting con temporary asertions for its being four miles high. These estimates, how ever, give way to the sober testimony of Strabo, who state the height at 0h feet, which is the fiure generally s cepted. The distinction offorming the remains of the towerof Babel haaeen claimed for three maaes of ruins in or near Babylon; but the majorit of competent atiuaria have declaed in favor of Birs imrud, which stood in Borippa a suburb of Babylon, eight miles distant from that city. Sir R. K. Porter showed that the summit had been exposed to intense vititrifu heat which must have been the ripA of fir operatig frm above, pobay in the from of lightning, tus eak firming the tradition of its desrbetion by fire from heaven. Sir H. F. Baw linson discovered that it conisted of seven sta7R of brick work on an ecrthen platform, each stage being l a different color. Its ruins still r 153 feet above the level of the plain. According to Herodotus the tower o Babel was adorned by colom iageu and statues of solid gold, the valu of which he rated at twenty-one milliss rl.ing, probably a gretan el ti of their worth a twelvs was of the height of the struct.- New York Telegram. tItt Cm.ube's A@. A prominent Federal office hold wa walkin up Broadwy ore dm ago when bepaad Mrotateb tee. "In't a pity," aid he, "that that chipper young woman, in whm cheeks you se no wrinl whose brown eyes, freh with the lbt d genuine youth, and whose i aps agile as a fawn' should be -si !*h the stigmu of old age-for itisa stigma to profetmonal woe-ol because she wasan infant prodigy a went on the stage in her arly y t The statements reently pinted about Lotta's owning up to 40 and bein in reality 4, are amu g to people who have Known her nely allher life, I have. I knew her fatheror aqur ter of a century and was familiar with the estate he left Mr. Crbtee, in government bonds, for Lotta In 187 I was present at the transfer of these bonds from Mrs. Crabtre to Lot, se former statin to me t the son for the amgmenat: 'My diWr is now of lawful age.' Lotta's word onthat occaoon wer: 'Ib v now become of age, and I r mamma tha it it is bot " take control of my mtat' makem Lotta exactly y.n aM and to that age I am willb to an affidavit. "-New "ark Wo - ......."4 0 FRom tho juwe"nt outlo4ý 6D Ofy " U I" W 6t~ w midwdi & thN ttbhs t ciis fo~r tbhn, which di% Oc a now vmouh , o.--fL tash R.Iem Krn b TheD Baurow fod tim gkwrim d on Tm- Spe m