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TLE VDAILY YEIYLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME VII. No. 312. 4ILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. AUGUST sg. 1589. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURiAAL br Olrlfehl I.w/pr o1 (I'rtr Coutly. Every Morning Except Mt nday. Population of Miles City .. 3,000 Terms of Subscription; y MAIL, IN AulV ,. E. I'PMITAo, PAll. inity Edition, one year...................... ..01...I Dall EditioU AX mnl th . ............ .... ......... . Oily EditIenl.,o u lt thl........................... I.ii TO (ITTY I'kU('KIBI.S, tarrler, Every Morninig, at ,5 rents per week. •EBEKLY EaITIn.. YkI.moW I ArkP. 08e Y a r .......................................................5:,0 1 1 M onths ......................... ................... . 2,1,I rthr. Month. ....... ............................ 1/.0 Advertulang Rates. ftd• . • . .... :.J I )V 4.00 4.U 10U.00 14.0U0 0.U0 , ..... 4 I .0, 7.U 11.00 11.00 16.00 26.00 .,I* ..... * , .) .Ii 1..0) 16.00 21.00 30.00 t.. . 4;. 01 1.1" 16.00 18.00 2 4.001 6.00 " s.... . 13.0 12.00 20.00 21.00 0 2.00 .00 .,, s .... V· 12.1) 14.00 22.L, .00 $1.001 50.00 1,tb . Lit .4.U( 016.01 2.00 #.01) 4..00 30.00 ,... A 1.00 24.00 34.0) 412.00 52.00 56.00 ,,...., .-'OU Ja .O0 42.00 50.00 66.00 100.00 , I " 4,.M 40.00 0.0 74.003100 00 150.0 S ~ otaes-Tet eeat per im.e for osesb mea . rilr ups Afteen cents per line. Address PH bIICIAI . Ls J. LEONARD. N. D., t'bslcien and Sur. m gof Cblceguo, La lociad in Hils ('ity. hy 6et wed at Wright'' Drug hnere. Y Dleeate A Wumacii and 4 haline aspecialty. UR a B YUL, D 'I'YdICiIA' ANDI dURaEOI& 0" .--, tY. Naege's drug store. 15 if1 RI~Ir ctsN.14 I ArN a D (ImTIaICItAN. (mSg Wundaret and tieburlhhtler.) Oie at evege's drug utrun, %tihaity, M. T. C It1. N f 4 l 1 S i0,in Main mires, over Stackgrower, National Bank. 4ll werk guiranteed mad at reeoesahi ratee. 3. & CURs OKAN. N leior Veterimary Nurgeo 1 cavalryid. bEeldse Mike c'it. (als attcrcdd da or ekbe. Lseae order. at Savage's dreg store Cor. e d praapt answer. C &. LLU'ifR Y. I).. PhysLcian eadggsee.. ae an rdside ever Whi tsle pheat. Maie. $ CMURCE. A Agaoge Ceheath (Epler a p) Palmer Mi-Au. e ilad.pl at :1 a. m. and 7A0 p. m. Wan. yr ChLek-W*m. M. Woeb, sedla l astr. Snless Meaday at i a. a . e . p m. ae. d ePree or Meetid , Wednmeday a ' 7:46 p. I. A 0ulhal ?avlttloa to all. M.bed ChYareb-.erwies Hadeq, i . m.. • ip.. Pamer .meotl Wejameal eemingl WiMer NWuig. pem.r. raihoy aa cbIe.eh-YI viee Inaday, 11 a. m., .: p. m.T. C. Armstrelg. paer. *u'ehb 4of iered Heanr, ('atblic--earve *ry Oiemt and third umdmy of the month. High wEJ at t'(I. . und.. w.lool at 2 p. m. eupn aseA S.edicltion al ,.. Ip... YFATUiSa (. PACWLYN. A. O. H.-ivlesio. No. I meets first and scoue ddvre of each mouth. r. of H.-Meoe 0re and third Wednesdays at ?:M p. a .. at Odd Yellows' Iaill A. F. &A. M.-Yellowstone Lodge, No. ,. ir.t sad third Wedetsdays. S. A. M.-Yellowstoe ('hbpter. No. 5, second ihamday lu each mnnth K. T.-Damascusl .owummadery,rourlh Thurl Le . 0. O .-4'usts.r I.olIge, o. 18, every sl day at their ball. L 0. O. F.-eoutlnal E.ncamluplent. No. e, Irat and thlrd Friday. L of P.-(rusader Lodme, No. 7, Tbursday soalagse at Odd Fellows Il all. . t.. ef A.-Miles ('ity Iran, h, every unday at T a. .o L.-First ad third Itagt.day. .A. L--U. K. Grant Poet, Mo. It. Irst apd TOU. T.-Ltar of the West. No 24, every veveerag. I.f V.--Gibs Calip No. 4. Mee Anrst and his Meooda of each month at Ueod Toeplar. L SP.ABE a. W. TOJ'PIN NOrHERN PACIFIC FOUNDRY PLRKER & !OPPING W..,rauils~r. of all dudia of I2.QJ is& BRASS CASTINGS, SKAINRD" iIfNNL3OTA SI OI AUIITRY UAUSLAND 'S 3VOLVzES, AMMUNITION giA rnf go Iamm" Ilsm ,~n~r ~Uiwrmbb * apt1~U muI~aai6 wr n ~ ~' ft1.A Cuemd McIntir'es -:- Bazaaf Flannels, Comfortables, Blankets, Underwear, Over shirts, Dress C oods, Clothing Boots and Shoes and Every Other Article of Merchandise is in for Fall and Winter Trade. Gome and see us. We are the UM largest dealers in Eastern Montana. cIntire's -:- Bazaa Look Ou For the latest novel Sties m Dry Goods. Our till line will be opened in a few days, Every thing new, Lee Eisenberg. Miles Oity, M. T. NATIONAL BANK op aW CZTY,. SOr'TCUA . THE OLDIST AiD LIRBGT Bil[ IN ASTEIB IiODTAWA W. B. JORDAN, Presidet. Q0.. I ILE. , Vice Preident. 3. . WBIRIKOL Oashiar. H. B. WIISY, . .ttas oCuhier .UNTERB8T PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK, MILES CITY. MONTI'. THE LARGEST BANK IN EASTERH IONTANA NTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSIT8 W. T. BTEBBUII. President, WE. HARMON, Vice President. H. F. EATOBELOR. Cauhir. C. L. MERRILL, Asst. Cas -qi MI.M~-~-ra-- Mmta mp apg ,ii WILLIAM HARMON Wholesale and Retail, -Falcy and Stople GROC ERIES Ranch and Stock Men's Supplies a Specialty, Main and Sixth Ptrst - - Miles City! Live Stock, Loanseal Estate and Notary rublic amnt .or he o*MWled m J rellable FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE C0'8 -"Ad th oldeM t a rt urown. LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY lone Loaned on Firt Class Security. Cattle and shoep rnoohes, and improved farms 'or salr at a bargal with easy terms of pa ent. Bonveed Otopa Co On' i ot houses and well loont Isiuness and residence lots for sale cheap; also N. P. . IeBs lots and lands, and grasiu lands in the Northwest Territory for leass or sale. YiiMas, weemur, wrease. ana sid lers GAT'ILE FOR SALE a u Au.pouarm'..ma.m . IN EARLY MORNING. A Bi: Bluz.. Visit! Fl'r-yth and Sweeps Away a G,.,d Part of .e T',wn. It .light Have B.ciu Much Wr-e But the L.tss will P,,rhaps Re;,. h $5,'",,'. Itti: AT r*oltMYTH. It Kre.ik. out Ietn Early Morninlg and Coa 1,,i, "I : 1 n nllhlldL·nY Yesterday Ioraniaig at 2:3*1 ,'clo.k a fire Lt~auke out at Forseyth IIn the ware bhuase of Alexandler & Berker, which stands in the rear of their store. The warethu.e w.- filled with flur and feed and the flasnes rapidly con-uwed It. Frmn here. they spread to the store bltlIditi. Il, however, before the citizt u I.ad e tteun the bulk of the goods outleavialg tonly those that were in the extleuv. rear eof the ,tore and In the .el ar. Tile aluore building was culnmumrll in a e.hrt while and then collolwed three Iranme dwelling houses in the block adje,,niug the store. The The buldiliag ownled by Chas. Auder. sle and ocu.lietl by CIha. Taber ua a ae it i.ark, t wa. consumed. 'Tony $4eaw'e houos, vwlued at $700 ass al·ro dtstroyed; no uloursuce. Report tays that A'exander & ('o. were insured for $1,200 on tie sto~*e buildleng, and that net over $44N0 oI stcsk wsas Iest tht ugb tbh- figure may bte mcre whieu the in voice tt tken. Mr. Alexander is in the weat on busilnes at the present time. It i*,t t, d ou good authority that the store will be at once rebuilt. Andeisnu lived In the building in the rear of the store; his eltits were all gotten out. The house cwued by John De Berga was destroyed, s was also the house at joining. A frame buildlag occ .pied by a Chinaman as a wash house was tro down to pro vent the a.sme spreading to it. Fortunately thewr was no wind blowing and the flame did not spread rapidly nor burn fart. There was but little water at band, but ith whet there war much good work was done; evetynody volunteered assistanoe. TiThe fire did not let acrus the street into the block opposite from that to hicbh the fre started; If it had the whole town would have bten wiped Sout, and tbi. posaimility might easily be Imagined had the wind started up lt the dire-.tlu to bare carried the flame. aerow the street. A. T. Campbell and F. Oreohel, of Mile City, were in th. tOwn when the hrebre ke oat and each rendered what se.litanoe he could toward ex t:ngul-hint it. Kreidler & ('o. earrned an insurance of $1,U0i) oln the premises or Alexander & Becker and both Courtenay and .eyde bad riak' on the other premises the amount of wtici hbave not yet abeen ll erylintl. Teu Iw.s will prtb illy alniount to $.5,0110(. Third Day of the lnstltute. The third day's sension of the lasti tute wias opened by roll call followed by .Inwinig. mtsd prayer by R,.v. Arm. atrong. Minutes of Tueeday's seslton re ad by secretary and approved. News report by Mie Hteiner. The following queries were thou read and ably discunsed: "Can we have Ideas we are not eaable of exressing ?' was answered in the amrmative by Prof. Ttmpleto4n. "To what extent r.un tl, lehonle method be used In the country schoIopa,-' " wa, sla dlecussed eby Prof. Trenaletoo asd other.. Misi Kate McKeuale ozt conducted aclara drill in reading, in which the mem t'rn, of Ih. luntitute and vinitore took an active part in read'ng and critlola Miss C Cllins next prteseuted her met hod of teaching drawing, and liuoe trate.d the amme by a class drill. Alter an Inltermsitlon of ten minl utes Mi,, Collin presenuted her views upon the teaching of penmanshibp. Both subjects. pre.ented by Mie, Col. ine were treated In an efleeulve aad entertanlolg manner. Prof. Templeton i.nducted a class drill in grammar, and by ingenious questionin8 drew from the lembtu of the Institute the dlfierenoe between grammar and rhetorle. THU AP.IRROON mimnIOn was opened by roll call and losinsii after wbhichb a number of iatatesting querk a were dlsaeu d by Kl.s Coeley, Collies, MeEsasl. Prol. Templtese sad othem. The qeuilee "How we ld es mom year p.p*ls is the uabneuIemdWdIgItiM miNles is a stem d f" awmsesed a liwy drbUit Is wg agg o tire ram -uIY -'-rt mmu mP. O i i n " : .r.f it . r1i4*i t f. r tiir %-.t it w Id T' '..Iln w"1+ .4 !4..€,i4 I 4111 h l i iN. r .1, º ',1-s ( Jld . Ih"" iook fo4r her .iithj. i I i t rr~torv "fI clan 'ils, hed, 01-t%,.1 t I ..... ir *ily oif the CiUl.t'y" 1i3' ii i's ii./I.1 ii? *i~oialilg the twed iof .4atth t, f r.- ho.-r ini to4 t,inu tins14 d I.I4rlw4 . g It ? t t , I nh d vi -, -t 'l 4 i4cri g of rivers snoll gle to eiriiti~-li. tihe s*ituatill of I;.ke*; 4itlca. were 4hWwii by bit. (of chulk, aind regi,no of w o4,. brass and 4.terirIr v wrre show ilsiy cforr4*'pon0i. III. II' -1. To on.' who did1 not .,ndtaer-iaijd what l he Iedy was deitly wurlug with her hrtgtgr., it Si'Mk-'1 like a C( rist wo4s tree gnrderI , but when it whe UnderstIobd thai every Cleva'ijoJ and 'iipress!or meant s ome thing arnd that the whole was, the our face of MIontalla redu -el to nminiature. it bcraniq highly ititrcetingpcTte sulbject ral be fll:dr very facsinating Ito 3oullg pulpils. Prof. Teruplet in continued his dis cus-Lin on p-r retItage untII 4 o'nrek. whi. n %ll lirt'ned to horne Interestiog retnulk' by Mears. Bennett and P""r ter, aft which the body adjourned until this mornini. ON TRAVEL.ER RETI'tNq. Joahi, Irlaie of Cuater Deuleuraru.. I. BHr.. Handed at Helena. J hn Fairfield. of thie (uster denmo Cratic delegation to Alnatouda, has rt turn.d to town. He came by the way of HWiA n. It had been given out in that burg that the entire delegation, among whom wou'd he Toole and Ma. ginaols, would come over on the train from Anacnda. The political bright lights of Helens "chipped Ir" and raised a o rruption fund for the tiring of a bra s band to stand at the depot and blow out a tuna or two to the deleetatlon. The train lame in all right and the band was there. They commenced to too. John Fairfie'd was the only member of the delegation preent. He made his appearamne on the platform and attempted to inform them that there must be nmoe mis take, bt the appearanes of so import ant a frattion of the eonalderable de'e* ration a" tle Prince, only confirmed the belief of the touters that the whole ghbnt and Ir;stle of the stat " demncracy was on hoard the train and they t.,ted in torrent., moderato, planiweim, fortillsmo, all rolled forth in a dene volume like the smoke from the turn ing wood yard had eume raoling over the hills of Ansonndia. The situaliso was distreuing, yet what could lie done? The Prince, with that raim ners of demeanor and imner'ur',ahle non.dlisc.ncertment which d s*ti gulches him, returned to the interior of the car, placed hitoaelf on o.n -e.t and his feet on the one opposite, r· moved his ha' and laid it in hisi Isp, then threw hlii headi back against the upbolatery an 1 puffed serenely on his elgar, in utter Indifference of the .tirr Ing airs which were be'ching frtli from the half a dozell horns on the platform. Preueutly something else began to blow. It was the steam whistle of the engine, and the train Ihegan, to move on. Then the itand-it finding their sweetnesa was wasted on the desert ar. guve three whlo)pe4 with a tors of hate aind we it away. A Mertlige r Imoerasln.. A demo ratl. cauous wait held i. high private last night at the probate onurt oflce of Judmge lcbwartz. John Fairfield was in thi chair and uuu bers of other rentlemen were iln divers chalir arranged a- uund the roomll and all l.oku.l comurlueut Lsand full of pleasurable antlcipatlons. A r porter of the JOURNAL entered the room and was prouamply fired. It was stated that the augast aesemblage would di,. ous in secret seusion the divera weighty mattlers whlob might ebance to come before it, and that in the lao gulge of the late Wm. H. Vandeobilt, "the public -----." The slate wns doubtMI, flied up. It was given a new frame, padded with felling, so tbhat should it happen toI fall heavy it wouldn't eund loud. Those parts hitbero separsted by ugly fm.etures were drawn together Ieto an Intimate raommunion end the ,eratehes were Ailed up and denoused as teng for silg to the foes of a demoerat e tieset. The milae 14 in good trim. It Is big enough t cover a wbhole ree under which all demoerahl may a ourely seek sheller. isa put of the house that Jmok tult; hbough push ly what ero aIeraUoes of the edrigal stemjmmn we, t mo an p to tL hour muad pubIle. K . rlr(Y wme w" you WLl N"pps~b '3m T. headwr b. an th .uq"suin she'lkrpN bud .pmUt S~md rIPs. lbd -A III doom, ON ,e mfor ald- iulleeeld huu d I! be de.u oif-frat.,-d hat the. d,-zu ea.. " f tlihe 'nill y are noa t entitled t< rt.l pet. "l.y ',h ualiacl)uftf etc." lllartat tlllo 1iterr. T'hrougjzh Ih,. in-'rumt-nta' tv iltnue legal igh'li hiI- donlourati. pirty the asserti ,ti has gouie alr,*,l that when a vt ler regi.ters a~t Ii., pIrop-r regi-tration dlatlric:, and,th, iik inlg he may be ulwher III ellctic,. day, take- fromi the regii.ter a regls tration .er ifl.te., he *- theicefiurth delbarrel frum voting in hi.l' wn die ti ,t and mnu- go to -oiiat ll er oistrl't to vote or lule hi v'ote. .iu.s! ;^ - Nu. oasrc. We have it nu the aulthority of the bemt lawyer. ii Helena, lhat i' nucb a caue a voter 'a.n vte at his owln I re-tnect just tbh. iame as if be had not taken a regist-ation - erficlct-. Ti e giving of the e. ltflleale is nimrely for the purlpose of .bwing. abould tbh v tlt wish to vote a" -orne pr.-cI(C: where h- i. not rei.Jtired, f/that I hl, been rJgiater/dI at ouU.t other pre,.ii.et and i. entitled to v'itc. At hib us lA pretioct hbi reglitration i. not ino the least affected by hi. ba '.ni taken .ut a u-erliflueate and ti ulan \oPe o at homle on the surrender of thatl a rtifluate just the wame a. he euld at an'iltber pre cinct where he was not rTel stered. In either cawe he vote. os Iii. certificate whichb i the evidence of hit- regsltra lion. The only diflereltu I-, that at a precinct where he i. llt regi-tertd be ha to sIwear to his idlnti.v e. being tile leinw inl uiled ill the scertiflcael twhile at on I reit ' hi be l tes uot liave to do hibs. .A Tough tor) . Jim ndipers chia to be one of a group of three in this city, who only, are en titled to the appellation it "o.id ast tier." ln the Yellow.tone valley. The other two are Jimmy Coleman and Rube Riley. This trio were with the martle force4 attached to the Custer expedition and entered the Yellow atone valley on May 31. 1876. The title of thi article does not refer toL this elaim made by Mr. tlpee for him. eIf land his asociate., for we believe it to be true-but, in endeavoring to elinea his statemento Jim takes the latitude usually allowed in travellers' yarn. and .sys, without betting an eye be i. observed, tuat on the first of June, ID76, ber party encountered a snow storm in the lower Yellow-tone valley. In which snow fell to the depth of a f.ot to eighteen unches, and staid for two days. This story was told to the writer yesterday while he was submitting to the tonsorial manopula tiuu of the accompiisied reaooteur. Belug as it were, under th- koife, It was not U olley I, take excep lon to the narrative, ibut Ienll nto v oUt of jeopardy we take tmli birlt, pportunlty of !e'lting ie t puli, kit ,w wha- kin i ,f n ,ltll we' 1IiV' In (our muidst. Nri It,..L. for the chool LIbrrr Toe new books for the circuistina library of i.ii scbool, for the purchas. of whila tige en'ertaiaiaren s were elad i.- h!ir.-1riui: hav 14 it Iurnip-laad. They compose in all 144 boik. anId were Ku plit4 by Blasa-ka Breso. fud Prothero & Iiatewau, or Mlles (ity. The selection was wade by Prof. Tew pleton Cud eaabrace a wide t awe of Ileratur., mostly w ok"f slid and valuabl instruclion. Many of tbe a rk. are histurisi, other, aire sea"a as the writings of Beeuie", Life of (ilad stone, Igoatius Donnelly's Raguaruk. Many are dtsoriptlve works aol sonje re scienllific, with the science pr sezted in a ileuaUt and attractive way. Altagett)er Iliey ar- a grear additlon to the e.uitiang Ilhtrary, wh ct way now be reg~r'ted as qultea rrs.pesble affalr. LfeU balug 1rep ert. An ingenious contrivance is to be brought out by Capt. Woolwa.d, o the royal Mail stramer Don, by whik it is proposed to do way with oas as a means of plop.liung ship's lifeboala It consists of a h power sew p pel~er, which enables te boat to b. driven along by any e in iL aquaintd with owing. Tsh_ Capt Wuolward points out, will ob. vialt the chace_ of pasmeuge s who aget a fwy rom a stranded ship I Im othe.mselves in a boat witlbot ar or having thena without y .me skilled in their use. The ne.sbaery kes up little room and eems lo be both emleat and simple. -New Tork Telegram. A Main. Wui.,. The biW four uwastcd uchocsen John PNull, 15*47 launched at Bhth, Me., isa amnol wonder in her I"W Sb went from Bob to Norfolk, Vs. loaded (the wihh UN bous of oe4 end rached PrnWidsene, aU in 'a whiek is siuer. li M hd r~ of boUI All OW "M 10 do Irl rl ~I1mail wwr