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"PLLUMB VII. No. asa. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY. MAY 17. 889g. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURNAL e es94.8 Popa. ofr ownhe C..tw. Every Morning Except Mcnday. upelMon of Miles Ot .. 3,000 Terms of Subocription; T AII.. IN ADr NCe, POSTAGS PAID. S M , ee lar .. .... .... . . ...... 10.0 1 m.r sis motbhs......... . $...... 6, IR o.se nmtbh......-...-......... 1) To c sTesatS lcr. CIrrir, Eery Meolsg. t 2 cents per w..u, WUmLT EDITION, YELLOW PAPlL One T....... . ....... --............54.* I e s.I. .... .......»................ .................. , Advertising Rates. ....I K p.,X i--. ,y.- a.L 3.*00 4.00 .10.00 14.00 1.00 DB...... L.UO 00 700 11.00 11.00 1i.0 11.00 ele.... 1.000 5.001 8.00'11.00 16.00 21.00 0.00 .ek.. . .00 1.00 1M.00' 1.00 44. 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CODWRAN.*~ e. lime*m a SurgeRn tb cavralry Reeldemee Nlie. city, cahe attended day or willt. laee eirdenr at Revaps drug store Cor ) pelaudeeSm pptly anseer. C a-LEU CPIER.)M.D.. Cieead ruddeseorer *bit*E b= DL Main. Ill. C. A. MAP)P. D C cRheumatism a specIalty. ftr gem l1 V. P.R. R. Ofee at Wlgbt's drug store. cHuaCEIR. lummel Cburr (Rpocptal) Palmr eK.-4kr neIadys at9:8a0. mo and 7:30 p.m. Win. b Qmebw-fW . N. Weeks. "tir ptor. 11"daq at 11a. a. an a. W= N. NeetLa. Wedneday at 7:4 p. E6 NN inismlmsto ll. U.AewihaI ,sathee * eII. Ib hu O Ie r stin gerg, it a. us.: ofla Wednsday eveftg, C. Anolvand, pulter . . ~ ,LAMA of goed ee (rwr tbele go md VA 13 C t. small.LN. 46 Iftso 1& . Sunday seltI at I P. m FA TUBSC IPA WrlLTX A. 0. L vDtsl NO. I a" Ant md mov rJ - -. -MMe Am " sad hid Wedoudap at bU. U ddWlls,. Nailr~ 14 Vdl" Hall L.-Tabousksm Loips, No. W, rAl . w dwyb=QThem. ¶?o. 0. V.-4ie, Laf. X*. 18, every of oob M U. I 0. ,41tivb Msampmeavl, No. 6. Arm I've L-Vzlm Ad third Reter"ry. ILV0. O. Great Poet, No. 14. Iral sad + 0 i6eT of lb West, No. 14. eVery Lo." .-Gibo Cap 1o. 4. Meow AIt sod UN Reader s6 amofsh mom at Ooed T#ien s. mlaK R *, W . T O P P IU u NORTHERN PACIFIC FOUNDRY nld SB.ASS INGS. P 0lM AMlIOTA AUgan'a - l aMl HI^^ ^MDI' ' M IITIRR1 111111 Headquarters for Dry Goods, Staple and Fancy. Shoes In all grades for tadles, uti and childre'i. rStraw hats-the ruoai complete stock In the city. Books and t.tatlooerv-low&Mt lrleea. Lsdi&' underwear. The famous 'Coon Block" hi s.. An Interes inI lotot ruUC jt arn trsin o )d. on -.al. ('u nt nndgeetbem Agcnta or Ia. w Homew Sewing Jlsehinl - MýIr TIRR~'S ýetid1 STOCK GROWERS MATIOIAL BANK, ,)LIIES OITY. MONT. T~E LARGEST BANK IN EASTERN ONITANA INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSIT8. W. 3. ITm~o. Prsndant, W[. HARMON Vies Pmreddt. H. 7. BALOrLOR. uashl.. C. L. MERRILL, Aast. Oasb 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK _ .= oZCIT, cON.. rTa THE OLDIST AIl LARGST BAIl II EASTHBI IOITAIA W. B. JO . NILd M. O. I. OsssLBS.. w1m,.'V'JWB. S . L WILST, 4.tlasat Omaahe I'TEa.eT PAID ol TIME DEPOSITS. I. SILVERMAN, SALES AGENT FOR WANAMAKER & BROWN, OAK HALL, PHILADELPHIA. oý Hoda re steoid the above q mqfr Eastern Monteanv. JI amn ow pre predo . ke ordernf r CLOTHING. either ready made or MADDF TO AODER. pesentting the LA ROE88? CLOTHING HO USE is the United eI f.. Mfefu guarantee to y e etaws erfeot aadyEos Ln Ithe $iug oJ th* order. ieaplmees wioumde a the Ite lotr e i gents' wear for SPRING and UWMER and ou ouvtum made gamtent are putl p in a tyle second to none. Se pres leem able to gte you ilt eatse you JOps 2 to I per oaset unader any otetady AmI or qoen in the terrwory. As Iguaranteel Mw.erh Gproee wll hav the pr.ta ete q' Uoheor.A emmdnaon btor aoeseptsy orr. L SILVERMAN, Bake Agent kE Oe@ 11h" WANAMAInR a DROWN. W. I. AVA9I, Deeg Me' live Stock, Loan, Ral EstMte and Notary hPbic k Hani, urnu Mn ieer rmurnn cogs LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY xvisnIowd on ]Imn UWArity. am$ 8" rushu, and im pmi irun Mae $L a usytematof uad to 111 ?Q.7I~ "The Democrats Prevail. 'Returns From all Over the Ter ritory would Seem to Indicate Their Majority. Trev will Probably Have an Excess of Seven Delegates in the Convention. .% KEatLHtr OF1 TlHE RETIBRNr . How LrIsh of th. Twenty-Two DhItricts .,14,d S% far ais Learned. Tnq rturn" 'rou te lF#eotion show% that a liht v,~te w-. 1ill,-d a'l over the territrv a.d ti -v Jo not demon etrale that many f !t-- vo*era bold with any particleor *critn.rn to pirty lines. for in ,oms dii.trictl it is ob served that Indl.pwndent randidatys ran and reeived considerahle vote., one of whom was elected. All of the returs are not yet In by any mean., and i" Is impoesible to determine yet how the convention will stand pollti. calls. but it is lafe to .sert that the demcrate will be in the majority. The Helens Ind*pendent claim five and the Helena Journal coneedee a majority of seve. deleigates to the democrats. Perhaps the moat excitlng nooatet in the whole election occurred In Helena, where J. K. Toole, the late delegate, and Martin Maginnls, ex d -lerate, b'th Ieadler. of democracy, ran arainst Lo.aI+ H. Herhfleld. the avnwedt leader of territnrial republl* eaniam, and ex-Judre Hedlge; the latter of whom went entirely under and the former getting In upon fbe minority representation. Ag tor Custer county, the returns nontinue to come slowly In. Hatha way and Sadie -ere heard from to day. Tbre are yet quite a number of othert to be beard from. Below is publishebed a ooncite state ment of the vote cast in the several districts. under the apportloament for the several candidates: Reports from the preLc.ets of Glen dale and Lion City, (Diet. No. 1) show: republisan, Knlppeoberg 117; Witter 107; democratic, imith 111; Graves 79. Diet. No. 2, Choteau, Yantle. Be too, Big Sandy, Cypress and Mary's. show republican. Mitchell 144, Peek 188; dem.. Conrad 9,S; Blews e1. Diet. No. 8, Mike C(tysh s follow-: ItPUBLI(CA L DEMOCRAT. ur. Lou. Middle- ReI4. lihb te o. roaretf ....... 17 a C 11 Mile ........ 17 16 T t.......... 6 1 o DIeeIm ... I 4I 4 0 .V*T lSwhU. 4 0 B.tall... ..7 I I T.n. ........ snI t sn DiPt. No. 4, Great Fall, uand Coo lee, CasMode and Smelter, epublian, Welnter 4l1, McKay 248; dem., Gib soa 668, Collis 648. Diet. No. 6. Billlnis, Minlogu lle, Milton, OluGgow, Canyon Creek, 8till water, Park City, Junction City. Glen dive, rep., Goddard 516, Haskell 648; dem.. Myer 389; Cowao 834. Diet No. 6. Anaoonda City, Upper Works, rep.,Whitleall 128; dem., Toole 1C2, Winston 107. Dirt. No. 7, Phllipsburg. rep., Reek 121, Freyecblg 186; dem., Durfee216, Breleton 90. (Grrrleo, Dremeood, AVr, Reao TiUck, Warm Bprian, Ploneer, EU.I Ion, rop.,Kohm 327, Eardley, 9M; don., Robluson 40, Beros m72. Disl No. 10, Dokmrs , Timberlile, OGaltlan, Mordland, rp, Hartman 850, Osborn 288; dew., (ooper 842, Luee 849. Diet. No. '1, Boulder, Plaor, Red. ford. Albambra, Clancy, re., Merrl man 90, Hammond 28 dan., Joye 278, Cardwell 241; eId., Kenledy S. Dist. No. 12, MyevlleU, Empin, Bun River, rp., Warm C. OisttoI 15, A. J. BaSrn 14I; dee, WI. Mqr gr M. R. S. Ford 87; lad., 8. I 3.-i Not 198 Dist. No. 13, Btler, kimil, eart uad Fift Ward. Ksmru sp., B. Pltt 'rptern 48(, W. A. (.hinm 4s1; dem., We. Mles . i ChMI W. ?T*mr W.awe DIM. . It 1FhNt, gMd aM d I Thir WMaa, tp t u- r. IS- S, W Uds, ep , Le a id. a mM Meginals Im Joe" IL Tubo Ml. D"N. & o. ed. * Mn am WeMd. Utivabte, BMt leHI. m, A. L .env 4W, MIN 4 dew, J. & M. Neill 2M A. . DiZteM No. IT. (oRt4e m, Falls. Horse Plains, rer., Marshall 3(3, Beonett 292; dem., Bickford 408, Ram_. dell 285. District No. 19, Victor. Grantsdale, Florence, Stev.nev'lle. Wallace. rep., Kennedy 192, Copp 147; dew., Marion 218, Hatch 260. District No. 20, Big Timber. Living stoo, rep., Eaton 2.W. Joy 226; dew., Mleyers 175; Field 21S. Diet. No. 21, Elk Park, lab.hr, Breen i 6; rep., Bullard 13; dew., Gaylord 36. Dist. No. 22, Melro'e, rep.. KnIowles 41, Richards 6; dem., Step:etv.n t4), McHatton 24. UNLICENNED MENDACITY. A Piece of Piracy from, Rider Haggard's "King boloman'. Mine." Dished up for kaweon to Read. The Glendlve Independent promul gates In its last Istu a yarn that dwarfs the most rchbt productions of the fertile brain of Mulhatton. It ai about a mysterious cireular basin hid den away in the butte a few miles from Glendive, rantaining a lake, a river, and abounding with all sorts of game, including buffalo. Caves in the olifft Indlcate forcer occupation by man, and broken pillars and other remenats of pre-historle architecture show the dwellers to have btwo highly aomplished In the merbhalial arts. The river having reached Ian erd of the valley or basin. takes a haort cut through the mountain, and this route the discoverers.-who are lnsufficient ly dwerited as "two gentleme. of Ulendive"-determined to' pursue. Takingl pomesionn of a raft which they found bandy, they entered the under ground course of the river and after a time-bow lonng i not stated-emerred lnto plan everry day Dawson raunty sailing, on what is known as Beaver creek and fetchlin up at Minaucville. from wbence theg returned to Glen dive. "The rgntlemen" propose if possible to again find the entrance to tblh wonderful lcality and exnlore it more minutely. To aecompllh this feit we should say, It would only be necessary for them to prooure an ade. quatee aJply of the san(e brand of "snake.bhte" 'hey were loaded with no their first expedition. whblh if liberally Ipduloed in will undoubtedly r-veal rrester wonders than were ne on the drdt tr',t. Joe Widmeyer, of the Independent, who I. known to tie newspaper fraternity as "the great Amer4enq rers'*er," ahould certainly eacompany tems , unless Indee he was one of the "two gentlemse of Gledvdle" above alluded to. NO CAU.' OF ACTION. The mtIt Of Wlbml vs. Thr OrnntsU ive bfeet C.empsay Turned out oCeourt. In the suit of Wlhoux v. The Orini nell Live Stock onmpany, Judge Lid. dell yesterday mornalg redered an oplinan dipmllasi the rceplalat of the plaintiff. Tbe atlon ros on bhe obliowtng feats: The Orinnell ompany sold to P. Wibmoze many cattle ranging on ertain ren e as ould. with ordinary are and dlligence, be gatberd In a eortlan tim. 115,000 wa specifid In the contract a the liquidated damagee for fallore to observe the same. The enort held that Wbeeux. bar Inr ( aepted certain of the oattle. and only claimln a partial breach of the ontract, could onlyvclaim and sue for bi actual damrasv, If lay, and that he coold not, under the clrumrtances. entertatn a suit for $15,000.. Strevell & Porter appeared for the plaintiff. andE. R. Frnoh.of Omaha. and C. R. MlddWt'-n represented the defendant. A MATCH1 OF BUNK Judge Uoehwita Gft. Aotim an msot soer-' .1.o Thom Toewda y. A number of hard own preseuted tbfwmmlv to Jsdge Bebvartz jester. day and I*oMI4d In humble submts ami tbe pole still pecallie which ere meted oMt to Um. The firut of the number wro I. W. Nortoo and A. Shafr. Thm en an e men wbo aresiUd to have held sp tbo two solers betwee beft and tlb brwdi a bw doy."g Ther wetobeglyg' a ezamimetle ae Usimideg. The "et Were tbo ben, who w prm t.o be pey pod k*W"a vb 40s. 6l MAm w lo eWru -bW They Sam- tb Aiiiiaiiftk JesbW Wt ýWabs. Th0 shup ad m~ nedbe no OWN isJEWjli -as" A "w £WWWM " 684 be" GMO o OT IM"If" Viv 60 i the English Agricultural elIsme., and it I lfeared may result tin the sebe.unior of Canadian cattle. Great Britain ha put an emhbar-onn several Europeas countries r.gardlnu the Importation tof cattle. and ornme of thee conntries bhave been w treated for no apparent cause. Th. feet of t! e matter is the British arriculturista do not like the competition to which they are sub jected, and they especially dislike the competition of Canadian catt!e. which have been admitted to England. free of all restrictions. They are now raising the cry of disease as an excuse to tina a stop to this competition. As far a Canals is concerned, they do not fear disease, and have no reason to fear it. Any measur e that may be taker, to keep out ett le out of Eag laud will be through tie ih msseeo of the agricultural clawses and will be aimed at keeping out eattle rather than disease. We would protest setalnat usn actloo tl ward eveo a foreign statlon, and the Irotest sbotld be doubly srotng when tae Injury is aimed at the most Impcr ant okeel ino the empire. We protest adgaul this nlastlice on the puat of E..lad ou the same principle that we pes. ed against a quaralnne In this ersb. try which wau ittended to keep eat ca"l* rather than duseese.-(edletle H.Lt Tines. An Imperne egovO A conductor on a Mismouri, K ins .and Texas train approached a swell looking colorld woman. arraiW in all the glories that ribbous can lend. sad asked her fir her ticket. "Oo way fum y'sh! Don' bodder e with none ro' foolipbnes!" she ex claimed, briling with indigiation. "Come. give up your ticket!" remon stratod the conductor. I tole yo' go way fum y'ah! I done got no ticket, aL' I don' want no fool tI yon don't e me a ticket orpay your fare, I1l put you off the tran!" frowlel the cxa~perated functionary. "Yo' don, put me off no train, now, I tole yo' fer suah!" retorted the darky. Ine g(t bizinles down yere datyou cant I)ot!one. El you put me off de train, yo' done got in a fuss, mush's yo' bo' !" "Where are you going anyway What's your lIsnmnss?" demnuded te conductor, rather impressed by be manner. "I*e rwine to de hangin' piece dowu yere, and, mno'n dat, IM gwine, and yd cant stop me!" "Who're the going to hang?" aked a pasaeger, who had become interead in the tiacnrion. "Dey'r gwine for ter hag my kh. baud, and Iso ter be de only ady pr ent Go way tun y'ah! Do' fool with me! El yo' think yo's gwai ts git e off di train an' beat me omf' de Schance o' layin' over that ai0% madder and sister, who cnt git in od wont *stay oat, yo' do' krvw Br~ about de trength of a vw e's devo4ms Go way fan y'ah I Bedder dam loso d hance of breakhi' dam lgga'8 hu I done put dis hoe under yo' rl an' lift it over de State I el Uo tum y'ah!" The dandacto let her ride free, 4 wheher to ave the railroad or h last opportumnty to get square with L. mother-in-law, was not apparent a Wa returus.--rake's Ma.ariin. The Cmirtry of Be0It0l R I We all know, mr. Mr. M. NibMa Williams, in Knowllyee, that whL i egg has been iummered durin a fe minute in boling water the rfaIO slimy liquid it contains is oonvet into the white solid to which it owe name. T'hio coglation of albanm is one of the moat deci.al ad beem deastond changes effeted boootry, ad therefore demandsa peeim Ploe some fresh, rw vwhie of in a tet-tube or other edn.lM eeel, mad in te midrt of the bulb of a oyrlidriel M E t Place the tube ootataing the a a vesel of water, and gridu this. When the albumen tles perstre of about 184 d wrhte fbers will begin to At; this will iaure at l < f gree is attained, when * will become white end It is nw conglii botwt sold. Now esade it and Dyo VAi t (hth Yb. s oWay. -U tde o t t ar it beme 41* ' UIanj sIrnBrJfi-