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± L. Y. ELLOWSTONE JPOURNAL.
VOLUMEl VIII. N(. I6 'AILE.'; CITY, MONTANA, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1889 PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOUR Ai. The O]ffriues r ue/' ('e r. r 1'et , ..",r . Every Morning Except Mr nday. Population of Miles City .. 3,000 Terms of Sub:-.rlpt.u, ; f M '.1a ., 1I A " .Y F I rt' .;. I .1 D ily. Edi:mes, nm." ye..r ........ ......... .. . DLayl7 1Mon six i ,r ...... Daily lti; o. m n~ l .... ......... . . I ,. Larri*Ir. I , . ,V,. , 17.,k. One Yc r .... .......... I M,.,li . ..Mu ......... . Th re. . . ..... ~-urr~-~~rr· nrr·i LJa ,, ." (j. k. :. ' Pn, "6 f ; r m. A· ~~,·, · I-.. 4 f 4 A *.'.' . , . .t . .. . 'RI.. Y I I -.. '4.4 IM .· 34 4 9.4 i,4. II F * -. -<' , L .-Vir aii 'gir l otirI gq ttlni Tuca~ly·.. 1.0. J.. T.--.tar o, I h. No CI, ry 1I.agp t . a ti'.. an d bird Lo.d i.t ul ecthl rnnl i (,oo l Turrijtar P. PARKEIR B. W. TOPPINGV NORTHERN PACIFIC FOUNDRY PAAIKE & TOPPII' muolmor ,, of all sfls of IRONOand BRASS CAST N GS, BRAINiRD, AINNEiOTA VW1EDIOOR ARIORY EcAUSLAND'S GUNS. 83 VOLVERB. AMM UNITION w 5rvb. ai bibs uS wmm 0 t- . yf mowlt u ý. týýý MclNTIREPS BAZAAR Sells Everything Commonly KnGwn as Dry Goods. Notions. j 1lr 111.r' " ip.I "I Iag '" Boots and Shoes.' ' Stationery. ' I ' ' I' t l . Men's Furnishing Goods. 1' '"J*' "'": I1u \,'a! I , ,. , I. 11 Cur S uccess, , V 'i ;i;11I.. Y --- . - ·--~·· -A RM· A . SYSTEM. te system ' To keep .. i "To mi +d 'd To leave To abstain ' ' To avoid , . ' ... " .,. To use ........ .... The ladies - '!. I , : I' ' LEE E. SE BERG. . .,.,. , LEE EISENBERG. Wholesale and Retail, -Facy and Staple G RO C ER IES Ranch and stock Men's Supplies a Specialty Main and ;:ixtib l'r,' - Miles City r,.;ir A T! O N A 7., tA a I NATIONAL BANK T, :Vf jS Cfl I", PK 1I ' ,N'A.' W. B. JO.DAN. President. SM. M I. MILL, Vice President. E. B. WEISICK, C.shier. H. B. % ILEY, ' ' Casi&er .1JIERlH8T PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. STOCK GROWER S NATIONAL BANK, MIt .ES OITY, MONT. THE LARGEST BANK IN EASTERN IONTAN& NTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSIT8 W. R. BTEBBIN8. Prsident, WL. IARMON. Vice President. H. F. BATOHELOR. Osah. r. C. L. MERRItL, Last. Osh CALBRAITH BROS., JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN. -Are theo Lacest ImIKrlt. e t -i BRITISH HORSES i - 1 th,, .rInd. Hlar' impo'est l r • '* '. t" ' I.,, the in. ,r (,f rnt4lr pM a winase ,' :s of tiny ft e r t1 .• l'.t.I n rted Mat,, st l have IW M lLM. :,I Siu-, Nto Gl uSH'err22S0bEa ' CLYOESDALE, i ENGLISH SHIRE Suffelk Pu.ch, ClvtuIIl Bg S., . ' ; -, .º- t d IId ckrle y S:allU h tliTASIISHED 197T. JA, W~arILLANW a 00. PROPRIUTOnI O Tim Minneapolis Sheepskin Tan aE IS, :.TIuVU W OTALLOW In re McLaughlin. Some Further F:'. t in Rel..'ion to His Pclit! .., Tr;p to 'rT I:.. Affi lvits ir,! Testlmtn of Re Mutl'?.c I :tizcns ('on;irm the : . -. t .:t .t m e;.'. \, ....p.' I) " , . I! .~ ', r i S\. 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D. 1841. CHAR. W. SEKYE, Notary Public. Corroborallve of the above is the tea. tilnony of C. C. Kreidler and H. O. Andreys. who about the time re ferred to were standiong near King's saloon with McLaughlin in view cn Part at. l itey maw the demooratic coterie enter the saloon, and going in after them saw them go Into the prl vote room mentioned. Hecoming in terested then as to the wheresbouts of McLaughlln, they returned by the front way tothe c.rner of Main and Park streets, and ithold; the gentle man war not in sight. Mr. Roll' aff davit explains where he wan and how le got there. It (doe not reduire a very violent pron". of reasoningl to arrive at the 'onn'llin,,n that in that private rom lllthe di.l was fixed up that equll.ped McLaIugbllu with elothe a and money and started llas t Terry ,. heretofore regated. The parties , anied are Il pretty good demn Scratet, ar.d Iwo of lthem ltandidates on the ticket. They ate not people who. under the circumstanues, would wit. tingly eund a man to Terry "to Injure the democrati party." The sequal is known and it Ia not worth while teal. lude to it, but bewfre we drop the esb. jeet we wish to agan call the pablle attatiom to te trig tat l tied tote inmoeta meaesy oebed by the orM . they my mba t.hq lba pa th sat tb -t we m e te ise n. m i . I (·11" r - , ", .t \ l " I, 111 *I~i Iti,. in;1 ,r u r.$., tii,?' ". r . 1 tIt *iE l 17 1 ':I, Ji H.r 1. . , I. .- i*,y... I I ; '1 ! .· I 7I , " I. " I ,, . t ; I -t ', \i . . ·'1·:? I ·; i IX 11 ,. t -.. -I II, `1 I.1, r 1 1 1 , . . ' t - . . (I.1 ,1; ". -ri'r :1-1 1". I 11'1 f 1 s . * ,". ' 54 I .4 i" ' , .r . I. 41 +" 1 s' a 1' 1111 j 111111'" 111"1,1 t1' 1.' :t '''1 1 t I 1.11 '. t I. 1 , I 1, 1 I\ , *.4f I '1. I \ '4' 1. *44 .s"I V' 1 .I '11'' I: ' 1 ",1 .1 \'. t/" Ii 54 '"t. ..' * .Ii ,..d \ 1' j "1 I ! t I . , I' ll f , I.. II '4 4 .air *.' 11' Ir . 4 1; I ii, 1 5 i ''11 4 1,l ,, I Si.. %' 4 '4 1 444. 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This is what he says about it: Choosing one great gray fellow, that had an elaborate web just back of nimyv table, I endeavored to determine if ht would recognise me as a purveyor if I assumced that office. At the outset no sooner was nmy canldle lighted and I had taken my seat than the spider would retn-at to its innermost sanec turn, and not rtappear while I was at work. It was afrald of me, and of me only. not of the candle or its flicker ing tlhune. I conuei'wed then by offeriug a fly impaled on a Fplint of broomu straw. No notice was taken of it so long as my hand .s& in sight I kept the fly in postition ll the evening, resting It between two books, but still in line with my hbad, which was in constant motion, for I was busy writing Di rectly after I retired the fly was seised .nd draggedaway. Night after night I struck a math to detemnnine thl, mad always with the same result. It wsu Qick work with the spider for I relightd my candle sevd, imes almost the amo moment lea. ut "aug She do MA, b were ac r.. tI i tbos l,lt:, ' ra iiuehea ,~. ized I d!In t r..* ,: I Iuitl~t. tit 'r. -t . .. a ,a I .,n but tv. o I ,, ,. ." .jt . I, ,t I could "i af a : . ._ .. e", of ti.l! . ·t ," K is its e it ', I 'Li 1i I, i. 1. 1"' ~ 'e ue haed ,,,t a . ..: * l t. ., 1, I' tlti .. I*· \+ . 1 ý I' t I d '.. 14 :lC 1*1111 4 .4 in..I . IIi -( 1 .11 1 - !!11_. ! . t u * 111 11 t' ' . 1 "1i 1 ý ' U ~ ,.+" .. : .1 Wil u'' i I'i it' U a~ * -· ' ir-.rle \C 2 :..+ + .111 t 4I c .", fl 4 .u It 11 Ili 11 1" 1 . . 1 . · ,\ ·-un ic 11.1 1 '.* . .2111*1 *t *j I *'·1 I ti Ii.I ll .., _ I'" .4 1 l4 ill1 *' I . r " .i .' l . ; I rit' .4 1 · · 44 . a ' ;·t. t. e "( 1 4 2' 1. " 4. 1 "" ,. ' V 1 1II" It 1 r'4 t. . li I I, 14 " ~14' 1 I44 Ii - '' ..t .. .tirr ý. "t'. ~llJICI :li t on.~ L~~~p~ ~~ *rcl. Tl· t.rl II*).srlyu Sit* Sn, it ..z>' .un ::2 tlt1J i~hrd of Sr \.:t t, r ý" ua ýý til i.." Ituhli1 itit nttrlilt" life t.ii tr \\ "t ;; r, he had tij.*ei t ulu.". lc t Lh da i2 ititi.. atd thty %% e;(r.I:, ii lu v Itiut it oor. Mur ritt of.'...I iv. and to lkau .WIuiuaz , inl orde that IItyv nno tiltt aurdv as to what Shltihid li pjhti~nlid :11 what kept hwuek. The tinice has surely ar rived aI hIf' tw h ie (mlete duiary miiighti be givt3l nt the world, as all thous per W~Soi a. Iiia Ib.Ie ,inentiotiit. ii it are Dow di uti. . 5sujxet that isl ite it is published it will create au MIatton. khokart a rote to Q'uker that the di arist '"ah.t'-ed hiu ielf from any very strict w.l tc over hiU pen and set townt ituch V. bile thte whin. 0r very .ften thte laziness, of thte hour could allue accounat for." Tiiere must have beeu titUch ftharp criticism ini the di ar okhart added. ,Postsa'ity w ila know t w hen the whole is pub. fished) that I. at least, eudeavored to avoid offending ScoU's surviving con temporarie~s. andh I had to spr ories about ast of ten as W~hig. te castiag tion0 of the diarnuinr Wmaqrowthaet I'ulutk7 to Kill s koblu. There is a %idely Wprewl belie mnionug mhiolhoys iii itniay parts of the ouuntry that it is unlucky to kill it ruhit, adie it i. zc.. 13suppousd thaet a hr'ki if InlI. H oultl IT the peob able pInui.ineu~t for Fo dujang. I~En , iºe. ;w,t"$ of 1,! 1 . Ld eS cununramtively safe. tlauugii t II it should is thus fa. vE),.d is tut I puein clear. unlcui. as a been mw~i~t,:,l by 1101110 writer', it owes itS js'jlahii1 to the r ury of Balae ii the Wood," whicb balslad perhaps hwy UJso have given rie to the popular motion tbut the robinill f . oter with leaves or worn u dbm aii whiurvbna it mayl ohuanet SabJ There oertrirrly. however ODDS k no substantial ntwo why h be mots favored the b tSe t ben of the feahere d r . d' V em ae' pqinuknua a d _s A' I