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VOLUME VIII. No. So MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 18eg. PRICE FIVE CENTS THE DAILY JOURNAL TAW Oedeul ipp." of Ckster CouWny. Every Morning Except Monday. Population of Miles City .. 3,000 Terms of Subscription; T MAIL, IN ADV NcI, PWulTAu PAID. Daily Edition, one year................... ...... I1,.. , raily, Edition. i ol.nti ............ ......... *;, vally Editen,on ont h ................................... 1, TO CITY .lU'MhkIB.lIr, (,urier, Every Morning, at L) rents per w'er-, WEEKLY ELITIiN. Y, LIO I'APLR. One Yoe ...................... .... . ........................ ,.) its Months.................................................... 2. ) Three Months ........................................... 1, Advertising Rates. figs. r , s r is - -- - -.- ----- oa....-. .00 6.00 4.00 10.00 14.00 20.00 ,Aye... :,'I54 . 7.00 11.00 18.00 18.00 25.00 Iays .... 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('OkIKAN. . henier Veterinary iurgeo .t h carairy. Residence M*le's (ity. (a'll. att.ded a!sy or a ght. Leave orders at ttavage's drug store Cor epondence prumttly anstwere C. B LEBCIIER. M. D.. Physicianl andiugeon. Ofce ad residence over ' lille k. phaut.M 31 •. S CHI IRCH1. ammanuel Church (Epirepal) Palmer g.t--Aser tee Suadays at v:3i a. m. and 7:90 p. to. Wia. irafall. rector. Baptist Church-Wm. M. Weeks, actrlg pastor. '.nachiug services -unday at I1 a. Il. anud ep m. aewe and Prayer Meeting, Wedoneday at 7:45p. A cordial invitatlon to all. Meth3dist Church--4ervices unday. 1s a. m.. , p. m. Prayer meetic g Wednesday evening, . ,der Nutting. pastor. rdabyterian Church-Serviees Sunday, 11 a. ai., p. ma. . T. .Armstrong, Iautor lbureh of Sa(red Heart. (ttholle-ervies very Orot and third Sunday of the month. High Pasua I',a) • g. Omunday abool at 2 p. ti. Vspnea as %e'ediction at ,,;* II. p . FATHIt . PALVWELYN. 5OCITIlEa. A. O. H.--Division No. I mesta snt and second undaysof each month. K. of H.--Meeta drst and third Wednesdays t ':AUI,. rn., at Odd Follows' Hall A.F. &A. M.-Yellowutone Lodp, No. 26, OrAt zd third Wednesdays. R. A. M.-Yellowstone Chapter, No. 5, second 'bursday iu each month, K. T.-DasaM(-on ommandery,fourth Thurs. 1. 0. 0. f.--'uster Lodce, No. 18, every Wcaday at their hell. 1. 0. O. F.-Meutinal nncamment, No. 6, 6, rst sad third Friday. K, of P.-Crusader Lode No. 7, Thursday 0Pnlap at 04.1 Fellow, 'gall. K'. K. of A.-Miles City aranrh, every .nday at t. of L-Firnt sad third Saturdays. (i. A. L--U. 8. Grant Post, No. 14, first and thIrd Tuesdays. T. O. o. T.-star of the West, Ne. 24, every ThurTd#y evennlg. . of V.-GUimon Camp No. 4. Meets irst sad hiu Moeadas ol each mostr at (eed Templar DIITISTIT. Dri M. M. HEDGES Will be at the Mar quee Ber Nov. 5th ad muerala. Uess .s b Ilmese will war t ant him in se edolt. All opesrtiee. wb-ther em the matural tk or m artMle eut Litt.., perbrmed eareodmg to tim Is' t Impoevemeate Im the as ,. ' m admliletered for the pt.1..l extrae. tieo e ee.ith. Oomes to Ladies' Mtrae. =mIooa juORTy MeAUSLAND'S . GUlS. BUVOLVZRU. AMMUNI1ION we.t Mi g and , $ h his What the cold wave whistles, It Flair y says, winter is at your doon. 'I'IIAT you must chauge with the wave, else it will make you whistle. THAT you are obliged to do so to avoid dcwte.r hIlls. THAT it i not only eheaper to make your purctaIwe of warm flannel but also muoh nmore pleu.ant. Tu'Ar you know all about this and know the cl lws of goods beat sulted I ud krow where to find them. TIIAT we have mtlade this a study for the tast eighlt seasnmn and are proud to know by your liberal |pattrnafe Ihat we have stru,.k the whistle. THAT we will not move OUT OF TOWN hut 1'P TOWN. THAT our stock of winter golds is large aInd if O(K BO)T r()\[ CASH PRIC'RE. will reduce it before we move, we t sure )ou we will NOT PAA DRAYAGE ono same. Call and see what we are doing anyhow. Call and mse us, neighbor merchants, and be soclable. If I am not at home the boys will treat you well. S"d LEE IISENBEIG. STOCK GROWERS' NATIONAL BANK, MIfIES CITY. MONT. THE LARGEST BANK IN EASTERN IONTAN& NTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS W. R. STEBBINS. Preaident, WM. HARMON. Vice President. H. F. PATCHELOR, Cashkr. C. L. MERRILL. Asst. Cash FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP 'aTvY .wm CITY', X2OT".&A2A THE CLDEST AiD L1ABBGS FARN IN EASTERN MONTANA W. B. JORDAN President. 0. i. MILES, Vice President. E. B. WEIRIO Cashier. H.'B. «1ILLY, %.a:stant Ocasher INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. . ___E l M IRII-r. l • a I ' I WESTERVELT'S MEAT MARKET, Main St., Corner of 6th. Under the personal supervilion of GEORGE REITZ and stocked ,'orn Mon day morning till Saturday night with the CHOICEST DELICACIES in MARKET. Part'culcr attention paid to family trade. R. C. RICHMOND ..................Iw now etrabllehed.................. AT HIS NEW STAND .............. And ready for busnege......"....... Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry. Watch Repairing a Specialty. - - LOOK YE HERE! We sra too busy unpacking goods to write adver. ,tilments, but we have the largest and best line of HARDWARE. TINWARE.. STOVEB and OROOKERY. Ever shown in nMles Cfty, EJeL Shvll & Ulnr. COME AND SEE. Chas. W .Seyde, - m . hm . mak- o-a-. --I,-+ .mmý THE ELECTIONS. Partial Returns From Most of the States that had Elec tions Tuesday. Democratic Gains Reverted in New York, Virginia and Mas sachusetts. Mahone Snowed Unoer. New York, NEWV YoRKK, NoV. 5.-One hiundrd and eirihty-eili,t election d'strits in N.w York state, outside of New York eitv and Brooklyn, give Rice, dmrn., 2..636, GIIIbrt, rep., 31.141. The .ame dit riotsalo I S7; gave Cok 24,636, Grant 31,6'3. GRADIY IEFEATED. NEW YRKi, Nov. i.--Ii the sixth senstorial di~trict In New York city, Thonma F. (;radly (Td.niinany) known as the t.!lver-t nii ud oraitor, and a man wh.e retirneli,t to nr:ivte life was requeuted of H 'n. Johnl C. Kelly by (rover Cleveland When that rentle man wa' governor of New York, Is Natent for senatlor by Johnll F. Ahern, dem. MAYOR (oF liR(OKLYN. NEW YORK, Nov. 5.-iThe Tribune I;uiletinu say: Chapin, dem., 14 pIob ably re-elected nmsyor of Brooklyn. OFTSIDE DISTKI('TS. NE:w YottK, Nov. 5.-Six hundred and twenty-one distri.ct in New 'York state outside cf New York city and Brooklyn give Rice 81,789, Gilhert 106,766. Nine hundrvid electlmn districts In the state outside of New York oIty and Brooklyn give Riice 143,.312, Gilbert 174,0O0. The same in 1887 gave Cook 142,830, Grant 166,483. Amos J. Cummings, democrat, ic elected to corngrees from the ninth district. He received 15,618 votes aiaiist 24 for John L. Thomma. proml bit oni-t. New York cly complete gives Rice 1.54,' 91, Oilbert 066.722, Wemple 126,247, (ook 68,602. BROOKLYS, Nov. 5.--King county complete give. lRice 69,163, Gilbert ,58, 428. Mayor ('hapin elected. NEW YORK'S LEGISLATURE. NEW YORK, Nov. 3.-From returns received up to 2 a. n. It is ascertained that the next ledillsaure will be conm iprsed as follows: Senate, 21 republi cans. 11 democrats. Assembly, 67 re. publcanso, 61 democrate. LATER RET'RNR. N EW YOHK, Nov. 6, 2:15 a. m.-Re turns received up to this bour Indicate Stt thestate I democratic by about 10,0ui0. VI RGIN IA. NEM.IoR VOTE DEMOCRATIC. ALEXANDRIA. Va., Nov. f.-Dis patches re.lived at democratice head quarters here chow large gains In all parts of the state, and Indicate that the demo .ratie majority will be from 15.000 to 20,0(0, which majority may be .loreused as tbe returns come la. In some counties In the "black belt" the negroes voted with the democrats. The next legislature will be largely democratic. MAHONE BURIED. RICHuMOND, Nov. 6.--ov. Lee has sent the following despetoh to ex Predsident Cleveland: "Virginia bas buried Mshone by probably 80,000 ma jority. MAMA 'HUL'ETTS. Boaaox, Nov. 6.-Eighty towns and 2s8 precincts in Boston give Brackett 88,070, Russell 88,297, Blackmer 1,664. Russell has made tavy losses in Bos ton, but has galned In towns, but not sumleontly to overoome his losses In Boston. R3PUBLICAr COUNTIMT NOT HBARD FROM. Dus Mol xm. I.., Nov. .-The state Register says: At 12 e'elook the ag gregate returns, covering one-sixth of the stue show large demoeatle Lgar s. 'The democrats hbve made bhevygapin In the river counties, while the rpub Ilanas failed to bold up tn the north westso far as beard from. At the dmooraeti state headquarters they claim that if the prfeent ratio is vcon tinued they will carry the state by 7,000. At repebliaon beadquarte they lansist that the saming repeblisan e-eantles nve not yet reprted. They elaim the eleatloe eof retab a. I preeset gave utebilsein 4$,61, Bole. S000. This rae of pial e-_tlnsed will make thle ie dlm watls by U r M. A Nwon Douftd Mmd ft 0I&SUM~mbd" NEW YONK, Nov. 4.-Aa rs~fo I uligbtgsff.. bismniesimg &Iu horse to death ard threw toie driver tol tie street and kneke' a '. ,i.'e. wrr geant selt neless. The detd'y Jrrr.nt was carriedd tU, iHl vtlul tor, uzh Ia t-lilhlne wire. A hits p'oIle *:eryin nuUlwrlr.. wir.s w'a: ,i- .iI J,urth avenue, near til, co.nell , ' .tIh tre, t. M'nlae time thil mornuiM niI-" of ti.e wires of the telephone htI- f, II ti t street and formed a , *, ,'rm and dowt, thi. trak .of tihe Fourth av.nue railroad. ilon sft(er it ftell TL.on, a WlVelan,of the H' ralI de'iverr wanoo, e'ame a'rng. Th +eI ,rte steilppd oi the wvire and iwntanetly r &rne to a h'lt and then slra ia-ide andt f-ll. a Tew jolt to the vehicle threw whelau to the street, and when he arose to his feet he received a shock which threw him prostrate into the gutter. Regsiningl hi- feet the;driver undertuok to raise the horse, but urason as he tilrched the animal another sht,-k Ipas' I through him. He then comprehended the cause and lay still. Citizen* were nt rsa.ted to the scene yfllashesof biue flrne eruitting from the proutrate ani mal. The f.ýI ,. eaw from all parts of the horse's body, and the smell of burning flesh was perceptible half a block away. Whelan was assisted to hi feet, but the horse was given a wide berth. The police 1e'abllshed a guard at polnts ,uffilently far from the roasting animal to warn all wau firetr from nearing the fatal sI)ot. Sergeant McDouald ceme in e ,utes t with the wire and fell to th- pavr. owent senseles.. Roundiman Ca-siny went to his rescue, and when be naught hold of the eargeant's leg he received a shock which eompelled him to r-lease ol hold. A seonuud effrt was Wore suec.-slul. A Mendacious Scribbler. It is with some regret and more di, gust that we note the fact that he have among ur a blo mting idiot who has no more sense of reaponsu.;lity to the community among whum he ex. Intu than to write for publication such a letter aa appeared in the Helena Jourtial of Tuesday abut Miles City ad its citizenu. We decline to give further publicity to It by reprinting I', but the purport of it is, that a number of our people who were defeated in th late campaign are about t3 pull out and leave the town beeutse of there being mIlthng for them to do here to gain a livelibo.d. Eon admittlng it to be a feet, which it is not, it i tcer tainly the rit of a fool to thus give one's own town a black eye for the sake of the few cents that i. paid fir such commueitetions. Whoever the correspondent is that thlnk+ I, poorly of Muilte City and its people, he had better change h In loation, a4 there will c.a i( uly be no business here for him after h&'is known. Mr. Middle ton, whose name was used In the arti cle as one of the Ierisons who was going away, denounce, the article and the writer in unmeasured term. He says thbt so fAr a it relates to him it is without any foundation of trulb what ever and be is determined to find out who the wliter is and demand his au thority for any such statement. The Helena Journal will probably have cholce afforded them of l~otin their entire oubmeription list In Miles City, or dropping ths! i rrespr otble scrlbbler from their lit o: correspondents. Me .jera' Ive. Miss Helen Blytbe and a very fitr aspurt oottributed to the entertain meutof the Niles City public lst night, by the rendition of the emo tional drama entitled Mother's Love. The play is of the East Lynn order, the back bone of the plot being the enforced separation of mother and obild. It is neosearlly of the humid and lachrymose order and at tlime i too lugubrious and dopressau to be Interesting. Miss Blythe s a woman of uncertain age, of good physique, and possessing dramalti talent efoegh to warrant her In taking the road at the bead of a onmpany. The support was good, partioelar meniono beinl due to Tbor Odegud (BeMie) who oonduclbd her portioe of the by-plet In a very atlsfaCtory manner. Marj Blatherb nd wil. were also very good. The attndeane wA large considering the bshort notie that was given. A Dnsearih View Or. Uls enese. The Ausesade 8tledard, whihb is repeted to be the pireusal arge of iarue Daly, i editorial reiewlng the poUeial eltene Is Monteun, de Ilvre MItf Mt .It sa at of blie th meveral gmeetleae harrieda elea with re turns that wee suamtled aes seate .ture _ t wM.Ithes td 8 s 'ts of pe-.6M5 IbMn Sýýw ý-:eusm sad i swbnblq5U )rSro ena. It afforded opportunity to a stai board to take cognizance of reteur that vere not legally pr-e.ei-table, tb lssue certificates that mu-t not be pae matted to stand. It served ti coofule an issue which is as clear a, lilht, dt make forums of law merve Im ie ctuse to conspiracy. to rule the winerity In, to count the people out. The way out of trouble i. for deme.. crats to admit, tirst of all, that it wa a mistake t Ihustle 'of to Helen. with balf-baked returlns. T're- days ae tha clerk ordered tre* .\lcHatron vMil counted. T'hat Is no ,rc -dent until the Meliatteru vote uI act uallyv ,oulted. JMr. HIll ;i the Itn111 who delays thl. count wh e.h the .c,urt ordered. Very well, let M r. Hall. who is a'+ q., ,d e any otherlatiz- n ard lno I,-'ter, flnd out whether th.-' o ir* ,'en rl iak him obey Its bebet. unetr .. Ml. Hall Irove hilnel'f greater .andl v' 'eol*. r thall the law; thbeo let u ueak '.te 'ou t p r4amp tority to order thtet the count Ite iade and the oertif..ats ,r. prerly issued. TLh ease ol M,'Hat'a' wil then be a pareo. dent for the balance I tle t cket. WiU the r'ate e"vivu-msing , tard metet agila t'oreview ita actloll: If it do.s. tbe mrnhorºelstly eiject-d i y the pe),ple will taue Ill. r .ert.e. If tt.* hoard rafusel, it beeorne, thl duty ol the people of Montana o see thvet ne usurper. take th,'r pl.c . Nine dhemo -rat. were I, let-d by Otls pe.pl'e rf -liver Itw Pco.ety to mtt il the leillanture sonm t, I e summoned. Howecer 'awyers bu'ld - or leaderl fall, th e nlie-n have ri.zhts whlch .iuste ht, malnttined, it po,)tlsar Iovers. Inent is worth havilig or th * bal'ot bo worth defendi n. The en it *dem m rab are entitled to their sse.e aiid will gt tha n by pe.e-ful tnenm Itf l-mro3nrls will patiently ,htidee the deeree o court, by f,)rce of potular opalon ,pers ating out-ide ,f cour" teehni"ealiti.., if "eeh Imea.-e r. *aolelle n"' '°" Py7. Mea;nwhilce. I-t ia tike the place the court aiutri.ed u- and demand that William Hall obey the mandate of the Oourt. The Standard. owing t3 allerwancm Io auybeody bu; Mr. Daly, ia fearless in Its condemnation of the bull. and blunders of the ldemocratic manalge, and at the same time somewbat an archlettle in it, suggestions of a pop. lar uprising. "if such mersurs become The Standard hed better keep iLt hilrt on, and the nether extremity fa 't loaled with .hot to avoid a repelt tlI o of the exposure it makes In the atave -xe**erlt. GD5O AND ENDS. The Ccimnan military estimates fo 181 cat, lr 12u.UW0.000 marks fie liUlliut(l-l of war A cIti1en of Wellsville. 0.. now 74 years old. boosts that he has never paid a cent to a :lawyer or doctor. All tl.h niwrs of Great Britain have decided to, ;,) on strike if the dennan. for an e: nit hours workingday is uat conceded by Jan. 1st. Give me the liberty to know, t think, to bFhleve and to utter Ireely accord ing to conscience, above all other hl..ertie s-Milton. Upwar'ls of 2.300 miles of main foe couveying natural gas have been laid in the United States. and the total cap ital invested in the business ez.ess $50.0ouo.uo. For the year ended March 31 188, the net protlts of the Englsh potad-. flee and telegraph ofice, exelusive a the packet service, were within a fwe tion of £4.000.000. Equity had been gradually sha ing itself into a refined science, wh-s. no human faculties could master with. out long and intense appliastiom. Lord Macaulay. Lord Charles Beresord. hbaring ts egraphed his inability to obey a coa mand to dine at Marlborough hoas% added to the "wire" the laconic pe script: "I'e follows by post" arviare is made of the rme of the sturgeon, mlmon. cod and other lare fish. It is a Buian delicac wh is imported in kgp. It is o ssu red spread on slles of toast In Russia when coins ae aeowo with cloth, the color of the covest s to a certain tent, distinctive, being used when the deemased is hlor a ryour pram, crimea. ..r women and brown for widows. u black it in no eae mployed. Taverns may be taced to the Tl- A osntary. omordinr to in the man of King >IIwnt . only th.m taverns wen aillowed i London. Taverns are Isiea d is Enrland In 1753. A remarkable fan haojust been pa chased by the Princem de Ligoeat BruAswlL It wa panted by Watm for Louis XIV, who presented it to the utchem of Burgundy and il a mAiltned in the posesion o the iV.p family until the revolution whe was stolen and conveyed to . and nothing more wle head o Suntil the other day, when it amongl a collection which war for sale at Brussels. A few davl ago a large ho beg Ii to La Roy Hardy, o i, whie the family were Il outl house, went into the houa, at olimbin un a feather b ed to tear te b nd c1=lit al rn Wie hogship ho fiund beatful& bayig h i hi lbUiht id llllllcMm a e afm. Wb- Ils wodin lily ii ilngjf , 44:1