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TIE DAILY IELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME VII. No. 2s4. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SUNDAY. MAY g9. 1839. PRICE PIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURNAL Scrp Morning Except Monday. Ph·alam of MUil OIty. . 3,000 Terms of 8ubaripton; 3T MAIL, IN ADV 9RC, POSTAeU PAID. 7Witio. oea rw ........ .«.....000 Mlltle., air mth.......... . 6,00 61at P ea,o month...................... 1,0 TO CITY sraSCI1IaW, Carrtr, 3vry Morning, st 25 oeat per e.ot, W/LT I? DITION. YZLLOW PArIm. O T ........................................ . ..&Im re Meat4h.........a................... -. ,n Th e e ath ............. ............... .......... Lia Advertising Rates. r I / /fI i R0lP~ . I - LMT .0-40 1004.0010.00 14.00 33* Dysjs.. L0 430I 7.00 11.00 1300 10.3021*0 Ds..... 1.00 6.01 L001140U 15.30 11.00*LO 7.0wrt... i.30 4.00!ML~.3.ou WAS 14* ;fN o W.05ej 0 a .*I 11.330NNMNJ U0*0 30.30130 a.eSaI II UN prns r a. SIb r 'u Ud Ss sp Shove aslr ps Use. Adliom TO B. llr· W11 lw. cUT. AflUI AT LAW. Pm aIaU Osenrs. TelI..tu, rM V101CLAN~s. -PEYSICLA AND SU ROSON. AX PUUIA. NAND OMaTKhICI4. (Ans,4 Weedars and (iburtaholfer.) Omee at Yava drug lofrr, Miles l('y, t . T. c 8a. WHIlTNEY, DaNTIT, in Mtn", oer tckgrowrn National Bank. All work gtreataad and at reasonable rat". R B8. COR("RAN, e nlior Veterinaryurgouotheav"aror Residence Miles 0q~. CaI1 lls atte'Ad·J y o miLt. Lasesordetr at Mavage'd drug Ntore Cof "Psedauoe pnuptly aua.re. C It- IAWH L M. D.. PhYsician andsuron. Offiesand mid"" ove rV hit* = .Irn. moun . 8I IF'*. C. A. MAJOR. Chromic Rheumatism a apptialty. our gmem for X. P. IL R. )ce at Wright's drug sture. noIlaiaat :80a. m. and 7:10 p. m. Wa. Iuptt Clarsb-Wi. M. Weeks, sclng postor. pye as se vioetla nnday at 11 a. go. aond p u. hPmag msa Prayer Yle-piig, W~eitaday at :4b p. a. A seeial inulatLen to all. MahistCbwunel-4rviese laday. Ii 5. I ., t l ip . Prayer motin Wdon e va err alo, TYA. . lwry. ste. teposarbyta Cbstreb-ftercn auday, 11 a. m-, li p. a. T. C. Arimertag, poter. * boab of layroi Heart, (astbolic-t-ervlir o 'ulreaseedltblvd Ovaday oftha month. High moat 10:30 ft. a.. pubday ebool a 2 P. M. Vipema sad iIaudictiom at 7,3 p. in. SOd T1. .0. 3.-Dtipaa no. I mom ls and apoome sasdastemb Meath. L ot I.-~U3 itst mmd MWi Wedsosdays at YTpm s.M.a 0" hAMW mall A1. & 1:.-Yotosmo Lodr, N.. U, aIrst nmd ta"e Webs Chapdw. me ., 5 ond Osusmmday,hmu Themm O . 0. V.-4,'W LAdAs, NO. It every smot Om bell. F.-AMUW mmumpmet, s.. 6, lasm Of F~ .-Ommadr 1*0, No. 7, Thursday *"f t O ~d 1wiew" Sell.~ K. Pof A.-Nis. City Braaah. evary bonday at of1¼ -ntmt aMA third Saoturdas. Batma A, uL-U. Gnat Feel, No. 14. int and 0. T. of the Weaek. N. 21, every V~d~,4f omp R O. 4.. -~t Now b a"d hild M emlma eaah Membath# Good Tomplam 1. 2. FAIR1 a. T. romIas NOlTNERN PACIFIC "FOUNDRY ?in I TOUPRNG BAMa. o9f lNS a CASlTINGS. SIAIIUD, IJNI8OTAvr a5VOLVUh3& &"MusI1ON U ISAb t6ugsP SY~ 'mSw .4Il~ U a. Minit Headquarters for Dry Goxod,, HtMple and Fancy, Shoes In all grades for ladles, men and children. Straw hate-the most complete stock In the city. Books and Stationerv-lowest price.. Ladlies' *:nd.erwrar. The famouN "Coon Black" hnle. An interesting lotot remnanta In dresegoods on sale. (:t~ r' ue d ieethem Agents fur new Home Sewing Macbhne-. STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK, . MIIu ,S OIoTY. MONT. THE LABST T BAN IN EASTERN IONTANI INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. W.1.t. RSEBINS. Preidet, WM. HRAMON. Vice Presidet. H. F. BATOHLOR. CaOuier. C. L. MERRILL, Aut. COuh ',I R s T NATIONAL BANK op %-m T.-wn 01T, xoz= .T.2mA TBE OLDIST ID ll lGST BllI. II BISTEDI IOITAJ A W. I. JODOA i e. . ,J Fle 3. B. WIT, taistsat OaiJer INTERESBT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I. SIJVERMAN, SALES AOGENT FOR WANAMAKER & BROWN, OAK HALL, PHILADELPHIA. i0.t Horetg re.aived the abov. or Rauens ,Modnmw. I am soe pro paparsd to take order for CLOTHIVN(. eithe ray sead. or MADB TO OBDER. Repreentig the LA RBOEST CLOTHING BOUBS (IB Ih Atted eudes, I cam .afe guarantee to mg aptrom peroto eedisbdom m the P11mg q te orders w r 4pleW ihute all thme aeEm oe llel ie Ost- ' wer .br SPRING aed UIMMER and our crntm tade pgewnwte are put up tm a qb uesond to mome. wew Iw.I. able b glr ys will ar nw frousgD. to per asti umderm e¶l.oAde Aome or pqp in m the terrntory. a s e w hor will hvoW LA. priIe p w thooro Ak L SILVER.MAN, l Agent ber Om wish WANAMA.R, & BROWN. W. 3. AVA=O, Drig Sm. -'Ea s ive Stok, Loa, Real Estate ad otary hblic geat for the oldet ud a * ellalo Fill, LIFE AD ACCIoHE INSURANCE CO'S And the oldeSM eat 1u to . LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY onur Lomned on Firt Clau Selritv. Oattlo ad she ranohu., sad improved fa.s br aoet As itvplwi . UT of m ud w lnd radon l fimr al ehet slso N P. IL : mlot uad luadl, ugriar lnd in the Nhor*est JrNr al. GAT'ILM FOR SAIE WILLIAM COURFENAY, AIN STREET. DOINGS IN COURT. The Term Draws to the Close Judgments Gotten by Default. A New Literary Club to be Establ'shed in Miles City. COUI'RT '110('EEDINN.. Car. lTrlild, .adani,rt. It.lnderd and Sen. VWiliam Blaek, th. nian who was cnllvi'ed of jail hre-aking, has Ie.e enltec.ed to a year In the peniten tiary. E. J. Williams, the in'e.t fiend. was also senlenced to one year in the peai tentiary sad to pay costs, for the same The esee of Loule Payette re. C. B. Poster was dislmised on motion of the plaintiff's attorney. The ease of Wm. Harmon vs. Tbos. Fred Whiteside was dimissed upon coasent of the parties, each side pay Ing its own costs. * Is the ease of John Tally et al. vs. Koorad behmid,judgment was entered fbr the plaintiff b7 default for the sum of $186.90. In Jennie 0. Schultz vs. Caarles Schultz, suit for divorce. a judgment by default we~ extended. In the case of Isae ()rcbhel vw.. An. drew J. Kimball et mi. for a foreelk ure of mortgage the suit was dblml ed as to Morcier and wife upon their paying coatm, and default granted as to the other defendants. In the case of A. W. Church re. The City of Miles City the jury brought In a verdict tor the plaintiff ib the sum of $96. This was a ease for the recov ery of witbeen fees sued for by the plaintiff for his attendance upon court to testify in a case in which lth city was a part. Al. most all of the public ofleers In the city wre examinelod as wit*uee*. James Kenny, who pleaded guilty of aa.ault and battery upon Thoe. (ill, a gang bowe on the N. P. railroad, bas been sentenced to three months Ji prisronment and a doe of qO. A Mutual Advaseumema Club There I. a movement on foot among a numbtr of the mos learned geatle men of thy town to start a club to be of a literary obarMo ter and for the mutulst advane ment of it membere In ao educational way. One means of attaining this end will be by leetours whleb various of theb membes will from tim to time volunteer to delver upon var tone sobjects, religious. bletorteal, po litical, legal and sienltfe. Thes leo tores will be primarily Intended lor the benefit of the club members and will be dellvered before them a a club, but t s expected that on sueh oemlesona the doom will be thrown open and the general publie ivited to attend. It is expected also that the membership will extend to ladies whose attrdane and Isaeamoe will be Invaluable in the seenremat of the objects for whieh th elub Is trmed to attasi. A meeting will be shertly held and an .ehrt made to get the or. ulaniatlon under way. HN Diedof Ortor. The emotional life of the horse i re markable. There are loetans on record where tbe death of the bore as bee trased directly to grif. One lIias tIs alled to mind, twbleb co. eaoed amore tb twenty yar ago. A eircus kad bpen performln lan the little town of Unionville, Pa., when one of the trained horMs sprained one of his legI so that be could not tv(l. He wM taken to the hoted and put in abox stall. The leg was bandaped and e was made as omfortable - possible. He ate be fond and ws ap parently contented until about aid night when the elrem ges. movtie ot of town. Then be b me retless sad trampWd and whled. As the r lwMvT moved pat the boel be emd to reUlMe tha be was beg d-rted, sad his sanety and di4 s bemse pltal. RB weIld ted with his an prieked li an ttited eo iltea lste111. and Uthe as his sa ieght be medk of tkhe ta wageq s he woeld rub, a best eenklwith he ljiajle , hem s dMt the sal to t other. p t A ton dae wi" his wae s le m6Akt rter etteeto seemap The w"hwO a IAg to bk l matb M. but to a pMph" RSt 1MdWr l tte ee lMtaw r, M .w we6lM 1 boll sme e. 1 MtW an lled eof tWe edimeI hasd Is aitest1 e 0 emUaeed. lb. e-mu perm d ftra blmis adanme ad be "lvwred to evrP peA f his bedy. Fioally the stableman went to t*' bouse, woke up the proprietor and told bhim he belived the horse would die i some of the circus borses were not brought back to keep him com pany. At about daylight the proprie. tor mounted a horse and rode after the circus. He overtook it ten or twelve miles away, and the groom who had had charge of the Injured horse returned with him. When they reached the stable the horse was dead. The stableman sid that he remained for nearly an hour perfectly t ilI and with every sense apparently strained to the utmost tension, and then, with out making a sign, f'll and died with ecarcely a struggle. The veterinary who was called remarked after the circumstances were told him. that un questionably the horse died from grief. If it is possible for all the mental f'a ulties of the horse to become aban doned to grief to ouch an extent as to cause death, how much more doee he appeal to the sympathy and regard of mankind. IBUIOATION. Its Agsmey to Agrieulture Thrwegh the Ae". Gen. Greely evidently share. the no tion of certain popular writers that irrigation is only required when the atmospheric precipitatioo falls below a given number of Inhbes. But the oe oeaity for irrigation only occa'ionally depends on the rainfall. In som* oountries, which would be deerts but for irrigation, there le quite a heavy rainfall. Lombardy, which bha been Irrigated for a thousand years, has some twenty-five inchee--ix inches more than Sacramento. and there are twenty-two inche on the average in the department of the Bouche. du Rhone, where every field is Irrigat. 4. SBome.of the oldest Irrigation works (f Spain are In a region where the re~in fall exceeds twenty inches; beck of Madre, in India, where every pound of grain is raised by means of Irriga tUon, the annual precipitation i.nearly fifty lobces. Rain, unless it falls at regular Intervals and moderate quan ttles at a time, is but little help to agrlculture. At Madras,wteretwent. four Inches sometime fals n a single storm, it Is a nousance to the fanner. What the earth wants to bring forth lie lnerease is a steady, uoliam aup ply of * water In mall quaatlleM threegbohut Cb.. sease wbea plants re growing aid frlut Is blleUr et. The reult is attaied into the 'sert states and In northern Europe by a rainfall which in the aggrenlgate I. excessive. but whbio:l the avenrage I well distributed through the growlng season. It is not attained Int the country west of the Missuer, even In plases where tm he considerable rainfall, beeese the preeloItlteo is sot distributed and does not come at tbe preise time when it is seeded There is no bt of this state where the people me more in earnest abut Irrigation than in northers Olom, wher they have as anual rlnall of thirty Icbes.-M-an Frdndseo Call. Skeptlebtm wa roated wens tie people knoew the virtue of Samarifoe N errlmn . o care no pay. Pre bleed mease perfe bhealth. Use GmaultaU Norvws* and the re smlt l e~rtal., I.. e. blth. $10. At C.ed m.y lIttle girlof fts. She was also dea sad dumb. tns It cored her. llbeea now talk and hear s well as anybody. Parw Rom, tprlgwvater, Wis. .atm raP5ae aopit. Ruerow, May 17.-The report of the U. P. ebows that the na earlina bt Marb to have deeresed half a mill Joe and for the fdri three moslis of the year the dea aus $1. U . Ts o glasm Arnd Leeds. WAUKIIMOTONM USy It-The senate at Its hat mules appointed a mon mitwe to LnvestLgate b. question of Irriptleo sod reolalmatiom ot &Mj lauds, omoleag of semtors Stewart ofNevada. Plumb of IomnmsAlloon of lowsnrmesekof NewTork,Oomsa of Maug I.Rsms of Tern sd Josw of AAMuOM The NUMsUt WWll W mmalbuwah the LIs of AiJ l -l iniMg bu S( Nil MYasma. Smey@os *m inpSa. Podb I' l T" Gm tllo vIW "wasea In&uW" M..mM 50mb0 0md sebWnoba. ?u3YvLi Pi Co..le11111 IefL. ma, m m hnlmg asiq w i e w ON" DOVOL fb Urnsl it is tiPON DOg' Ainurnus ?g"s W#" i Wg sW Eu CrnbImus IS I@ 84OWh to oveal wSuhueami 58% MA m to b I" Go"*a gal aft baneeus~~ dwdel ae"lsef - NOslM, Wbfl. the %MM ?Jh DOW -lra" e m Mi-otto" a.l! Is peW. luor KllhOlktrs. rata worth k wag. That nalt fish are qulkss and base freshened by soaking in sour milk That cold rain water and soap will remove machine grease from warhbI fabrics. That flsh may be sealed much easier by first dipling them into boiling water for a minute. That fresh meat, beginning to opu, will rweeten if placed out of doors in the cKol air over night. That milk which has changed may be reuvtened or renldered tit for use again by stirring in a little soda. That boil;rg starch is much im provnd by the addition of sperm or salt. or Iath, or a little gum arabic, dis '..'t a tahle-spoonful of turpentine loiled with your ~hite clothes r ili greatly aid the wh;teuing process. That kerosene will soften boots and shloes that have Ieen hardened by water. and will render them as pliable as new. That clear boiling water will remm, tea stains; pour the %ster through the stain. and thbu prerent it spreading over the fabric. That alt will eardi to.mlk; hence. mn preparing milk porridt4 , gavesa, t. the salt should not be ided uatil tL dish is pmrepared. That kerosene will aikl ycur tW kettle as bright a new. BSatura. a woolen rag and rub with it It will also remove stains from tie elea var nisbed furnitr'w-Hale Iow l ruJq YealtU, La rEay Way Out of t. Here is an interestiýa tMU I C. C. Abbot of the acý e t which a little bird rnbuiA " ma i order to avoid hatehtng as •. d t A pretty little fly-ca , irb. taken much ,ains to b i low . was in trouble about he own pooay eggs, and through no tealt of her own. An impude't oow bird (Mololtrle pecoriu of naturalists), too lazy tomabe a nest for herself, or to look up an old one, or, indeed, to hatch her own oeS. had elyly dropped an egg into the y eatcher's nest, and then gone of. quite indirent as to what became of it. "What the first thoughts of the y catcher were when she maw the i trueive egg, I nata loss toesajetuae~y but the nest itself tlls us that the bi d was not easily eatwitted, and also thA the conclusion it mdally reabed was to get rid of the nomious a b maklag practically a sw nest eat the one. "Now, thi 4y-ctcher, which oral thologist know a the white-eyed vimo (rireo noveborrsceci), builds a rather fragile, hanging aest, aally out of uae twig and strip of thin bark, all nicely interuwd, but sometimieem* loying alo large pieces of ewspaper. Thenest is supended to the delicae twigs that grow on the very aends long, wavy branches. To o --eA-e therefore, for the coaide Mble otion to which it is suboedt wb the wi blows, the ness6 i de vey de l I quite small at the top. 8o depb iS in ftct, that usually we eemot Aet the sitting bird, unles tihe net i looked upoo from above "In the instace o tho Bat Ibe descrid, this grat deth of the ori insl straetnre cane nily into pla;, t the outoom of the tbd's thoughts w9 that tobuild a new door to Ute u while it would necessitate leavin two of her own eggs unhatebed, wo plM the unwieldy egg of tim interlopde in the bmemeat aLm, and woald ths leave her free to ree her own fadiy, a.molested, on the emoad floor. This she anningly acoomplised by fir placing stout .wig just bove' heee~ and then intzrweaving suitable soft a terials with the %ides of the nest, mllow ing their weight to rest upon the twi utteading from side to ide uad projei. ig beyond them.-,. Nt,~ A .a Daniel O'Connel has bes mesd AS bihh 1)emostheam In dwemlnga irumenke crowd, his woks would gLib an ely as a bird m, I Yto tgeeM the sudience, md rto b es=A laughter. But eloqust m wu bis sou(ge, it could wag " measey #A risheraman. Ome, meeting art Ir16h mbb' Man, who spoVrtd a ferceis :ab d whiuker O'Crnell impadeMly _54' 'Wbh, my Lord, do you memss*010 Your "lie-r on the pea"s w~ent?* pls ar o~I L " llist I aot d ,i L= 46 mo knew um ti h fit dumerio would playem hs bna. Is them. DUAing the Dan I .Is df sent was a Un WS& the husg rimmvId b s weqosims bsmIIbsgd rebint Yaiyrl 01 awnrlr o- - -b Of scum A~C~1. "4l~Z