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VOLUVE VIII. No. 53. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER O0, 489. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURNAL h, OEJlfta Imper of C.eftr CO. uty.. Every Morning Except Monday. Pop ation of Mil City . . 3,000 Terms of Subscription; v MAIL, IN ADy NCI, PosTAoE PAID. Da ltlo, one year .................. .... . 10.01 halll Edition, six month................... ......... 6,11 vally IEltkn,one month .............................. 1,00 TO CITY SIlaB('lIlR,, (artier, Every Morning, at . ' cents per week, WEsKLt EU.lTIou. YEL.f W I'APER. One Year..................................................... 3,(1, 1z Months ................................................. 2 Three Month ........................................... 1.1. Advertising Rates. 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Umtce at Itaage' drug morti, MIIw E,'ty, M. T. C 5. WHITNEY, la b MYan strert, over '*otkgrowere National Bank, A1l work gurarnteed andJ at reasor l.at rates. R B. (OIE(IkRAN. e taloer Veterinary Purgeot th cavalry. Relde(nce Miles ('ily. ('.lls attended day or a ight. Leave order, at Mavage'a drug store Cor espondence pronptly answere C. B- LEBCHER. M. 1D.. l'hvbyatia aund~nSgeon. Otce and residenceover th bite hlp~hant. Main. S CUt RCHEU immanuel Chburh IEpilacipal) Palmer t --ier lee oundays at 9:30 a. . mand 7:30 p. an. ýanuue. Robinson, rector. Baptist ('hurch--Wm. M. Weeka. acting Iastor. 'rtacding servioe lunday at II a. in. and l p m. ",a*"e and Prayer Meeting, Wedaneday at 7:45 p. A cordial invitation to all. Methodlat Church--ervicea Sunday, Ih a. in., i p. m. Prayer uneting Wednesdar eventng, Ader Nutting. ptator. rasbyterlan Church-Bervices Sunday, 11 a. u.., p. an. T. C. Armatrong, pastor 'lburch of sa red Heart. t'atholrc-Ferrv.e 'ery Brat and third ruuday of the month. High lau a l'~J * ",,. Sunday .chool at 2 p. a. 'espeal as 9rledlctt, ,.. Iat II . FATHERI.. l'TLWwLYN. r1 mCIBT~TJ.. A. O. H.-Divislon No. I meets tirst and seeond "undays of each mouth. K. of H.-Meets frst and third Wednesdays at "u p. mn,, t Odd Fellows' Hall A. F,. MA. y.-Yllowstone Lodge, No. 26, Arst od third Wedrpedays. R. A. M.-Yellowtone ('hapter, No. 6, second 'hursday in each i.,l.th K. T.-Damascus (Uoniuandery,rourth Thurs days. 1 O. 0. F.-tustgr lodgo, No. 12, every t ndasy at their hall. 1. O. O. F.--$entlual E:nrcaw,ment. No. 6, first and third Friday. K. of P.-Cruasad'r I.ldge. No. 7, Thursday Ivetuiam at Odd Fellows %"ll. It'. K. of A.-Miles City arauch, every unday at 7 1'm. C. of L--First and third Saturdays. G. A. 11.-U. I. (.rant Poet, No. 14, Irst and third Tuesdays. I. O. G. T.-$tar of the West, No. 24, every bhurdsy evenlnlg. d. of V.--ibson Camp No. 4. Meets Irst and hlir Meadse of each month at Good Templarn I. 1D1 NTISTIT, Dr. M. M. HEDGES WII be at the Maequeen House Nev. 8th ad rnmala as tem as basianes will war. rmet hi lan se doldg. All operatioas, whether on the matural tek or ahtmelal sastitatlte, performed aecording t he late Improvoumenat mn the art. Ua admialstered for the pailesw tre te of Teeth. Oasem to Ladle' a atruane. £311 WI OR! EsAUSLAND'S GUNS. BUVOLVUU, AMKUNV'IION %in"WrMuM U fS IiA3nr bsommum " UMbin W um Mlr'M Cq *t.ýIboliCclý Whatthe cold wave whistles, It plainly says, winter is at your door. THAT you must ohbang with the wave, else it will make you whistle. THAT you are obllged to do so to avoid doelors bills. TIIAT it is not only cheaper to make your purchases of warm flanneli but also much more pleasant. THA'r you know all about this and know the class of goods best suited and k,.ow where to find them. THAT we have made this a study for the t .t eight seasons and are proud to know by your liberal ipatronaL'P that w.' have struck the whistle. THAT we will not move OUT OF TOWN but UP TOWN. THAT our stock of winter goods is large slte if iIOCK HOT f<Ot CASH PIRICES will redlne it hefre we move, we avcurd 305o we will NOT PAY )DAYAGE on same. Call and see what we are doing anvhow. (Call and see its, nettrhbor ineretanuts. and be aociable. If I am not at home the boys will treat you well. =M O". LIE IISENBEKB .i STOCK GROWERS' NATIONAL BANK, MIL~.ES CITY.. MONIT'. THE LAROEST BANK IN EASTERN IONTANA NTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS W. 3. 8TEBBIN8. President, WM. HARMON, Vice President. H. F. BATCHELOR, CashOr. C. L. MERRILL, Asst. Cashub FIR ST NATIONAL BANK a*--r . CIT - , CId *CAx'..A.a THE OLIWST AIbD I)EGET FeK' IN AST'EB IMONTANA W. B. JORDAN. President. O. Mi. MILE8, Vice President. R. B. WEIRICK, Ouhier. H.'B. . ILLEY, '*-:tan, Cashier INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. WESTERVELT'S MEAT MARKET, Main St., Corner of 6th. Under the personal supervniMon of GEORGE REITZ and ator ked from Mon day morning tilllSatuiday night with the CHOICEST DELICACIES in tMARKET. Particular attention aid to family trade. R. C. RICHMOND .................. now etabib, bed ................ AT HIS NEW STANI) ..............And ready for buaine*............... Watches. Diamonds and Jewelry. Watch Repairing a Specialty. LOOK YE HERE! We ara too busy unpacking goods to write adver. tisements, but we have the largest and best line of HARDWARE. TIN WARE. BTOVES and OROOKIERY. Ever shown in Miles Ofty, Miles, Seil & UlDIr. COME AND SEE. Chas. W .Seyde, Fir, Lif and Accednt -e-a -a-s ._ THE EXACT TIME. Definite Facts in Regard to the Admission of Montana into the Union. The Silver Bow Mandamus Proceedings Prove a Boome rang to the Democrats. The Official Announuement. Following in the onmh |l announce ment giving the tday, hour and min ut. on which Montana entered the Unlo.: ExFcuT'Iriv MANSlOS, WASHIN.Oro, D. C., Nov. S, Ihts. I To Hon. Je.plph K. TIHlle, Governor of the LState of Montana: The Prewident rignerd and Isa .d the proc~latnatliLo, declarinl, Montana a istate of the Uriln at 1'':40 o'Iocl k this morning. JAMNE (i. BI.AINE. lecretary of State. The hour of 10:40 a. m. in Washing ton was about L:44) a. im. here, io all but extremely early risers arose ont Friday morning citizens of a full f1tdled state, though they bad retired as "terrutorial vaseals" the night be fore. Helena dlspatrhes relate that the mesaage from Secretary Blaine reached Helene at 11 o'clock a. m. and was de livered t' Gov. Tole at 12 minutes pant 11. At 1:18 precisely Mr. T', le put himself in position to be sworn in and a few econds i, fterwards pro nounced the closing words of the oath that constuted him. the governor of Montana. He was sworn ito by X. K. Stout, a zme try public. Chief Justice Flake was sworn in at 12:30 by Police Justioe $uder,. Under the pleasure. ble excitement of the oc.a.sion, demo. crate and republicans fraternized and shook hands over the precinet 34. Prohibitionists were nece.marily ex cluded from any participation in the festivities. ANOTHEK IBOOMERANG. The Mandamus Proceedlmis Techialemly Oheyed Elect l'our Republicans In Silver How. Under the heading of "The Latest Fake of Ihe Silver Bow Shystern," the Anaconda Rtandard has the following: The Standard being a demooratIe paper, it4 adwimsions as to the politl cal etlalu in Silver Bow, particularly as it ffleets the democratic psrty. can pe relied unon. Bt'TTE, Nov. 7.-Figures to-olgbt diaclosre the fact that the democratic victory Ie by no mePals complete, and will not lie cnmllte until the vote of precinct 34 for the entire ticket is ouunted. When the writ of mandute to compel the board of canvaseser to count the vote for legislative caudi dates was petitioned for,thbe democratice managers asked it only in regard to five democratic candidates, Courtney, Day, Dusseault, Gilligan and Hogan, who would be elected if precinct 34 was counted and would be defeated if precinct 84 was not counted. It was taken for granted that there war not need if including o.hber democratic candidates In the petition since they were elected without counting pre coint 34. Consequently the peremp tory writ commanded the bomrd to count the vote of precinct 84 for there five democrats, who contested, and the board this afternoon followed In. strctions explicitly, adding 171 votes to the vote of Courtney. Day, Duse suit, Oillipn and HopE , but not to the vote of Clark, Frank, Penrose, Schmidt and O'Mara, the other demo. or.tl candidates. The result i one unfrasen by dem oorst and one wbloh republleans also olalm not ti have antiolpated. It was zepected that the ive contesting dem. ocrats would take the place of five rr publloans, but the result is that while Ave demoorat are raised to the vieto. rious column, three demooras and two republicans are ousted Into the oluma of defet. Accorduig to the returns a originally canvamsed without the vote of preinoet 84. four demorats and asi republieans were eketed. Aeaerdlmg to the setual vote, Including tbe vote of preInct 4 for all sandIdate., alas demnoras and one republican are elested. But secordlng to the returns as baued by the emvaelag board te day sia democrate and hurt rspai. a are eleeted. Addlng 171 votes to the fete of as AIve meotlg dGeeastio emad.ida mask their towl vetea m Alews: Courtmey, r,40O bDe, 3,474; D-ss. runt. ,645; (RlOlug, a84, Uame 8,41. Clark, ems , h s -M votes without preimie L, and I d an-, way. aim ýmy, D1eim1, -.mm sad Theasps, . apambm.a hav a larger vutethan Fratnk, O'Mara, Pe'Ero'.e and r-mitI, d'emocrat.. Mio long as the vote of prer'f r 't 34 Is not counted fir t2u4a * " aiuu lot's, Hofi man'r vote is 1)t,'ost Dl n'ls :1,31;4,l Tbumpaon'N 3.356 and It a' 's :S,:l.-P Tbey are elec-td. 'lI e voe of thre de. feate-d eandidlaPm, for wunui the vote of pri mct34 ic Is not t ountwIare Frank, demnraat, 33.1¶; t-ctaiajt', dleuoj-rat, :13;2; 1enro.e, denmocrat, 3,310; ("M .ru, detw'eraat, :t~llei' Monteatik. rel u hilean * 3,3'2; N ob: ., re *u lii'an, 3,16f4; Robe rt 4. reiu bit i'!,3, bl Sot t, reputilie an, :3,'4:3; Si irt ridge, regmubli cc'', 3,1,1; Yoder, reiinIIlie:.rI. 3,17i0. Hene.r, a(cording to the. }r aent status, the legislarive del--gtiun from Silver How is ift dewo( rate and fo.ur rftih(tl canl. The situation i, rcndered more e m plicated from the fact that the s4tate hoard of canvas-ere had icl"ie' eertif- estee to Frank, Penroe anld Schmidt,! democrat. who were elected without pre. inet 34. The canvvaartIj board has hdjourned -.iie die and ttie replub Ileansl claim no further action can he taken against it. The drirrierata deny this. The only thIicl to be doiie is to Compel the hardl to count the vote of preilnct 34 for all the legiakytive) can. didatem. JFOR HOMEME~EN. Nomee Suaggeitlons for the Future. J. R. McKay, who hal just returned from the Ame.,rcan Hore Show Aess elation's exhibition at C'hijago, gives a v, ry Intrenting saeo'Int of what he saw at this ire.at show of fine horses from all parts of th . wet. There were over 1,:W) hrres exbil,ited by 1N) owners, bat straslge to say, not one borne frlom Montana. This wao all the more noticeable by Mr. MrKay from the fsct that there are hundreds of horse in Montara that could show up, favorably amcong the best he asw at the exhibition. This condition of tf fairn prompted the idea that Montana hore growers should join the (,ihl.earo association and make an exhibit each year of Montana bred stok. Comine to the front as rapidly as thi9 e ,untry in In the- breeding and crowing of fine h, r astock ,f all strains, it snem to be a irrgat o'ermisht that an opportun itv like this to place qur stock on ex nibition alnngsid, of breeders from other localities should he neglected. Of course it is understood that It is an exhibition of fl.e horses and none hebutr that cless should he sent there, but Mr. McKay says he is sa'ifiled that any horses that Montana exhibitors wanted to sell could be sold there at rood flgures. In conversation with several home men there, he found that the merits of the Montana bred horse was well known, and tha' dealers would like to purchase tne tu, but that they cannot afford to ,omen here and spend two or three week. and travel long distances to pick up a carload. This Is another evid ne of the nee-. sity of the esrablishnment of on annual bares sae at Miles City. Mr. McKay mentioned that it was the intention to establish sueh a market here. and he was told that as eoon a" It wPs done buyers from the east would willingly come here and make purchases. This enterprise, which was set aside during the excitement of the recent campaign, mout now be taken up and all detciss perf-cted during the winter, no that by next spring we will be In position to Invite the horse ,buyers of the states to Miles City and afftrd them every op portunity of purchasing. AsledelUal smeaes. Al Knutwen,a young Swede who waq employed by Prof. Bach about two yjas sao, and who left here about a year go to keep the section house at Pompey's Pillar, aeeldentully shot and killed himself at Pompey's Pillar on Friday last. He leaves a wife and one obild. His wife will be rmembered by some of our reople aq a dressmaker and bair dressr, who kept over 8kl-. ner's store In the old steamboat blook. Matt ElEin, who is an old friend frid s. Knuteen, has made all arrangesente for the fneralt, which will take plan. frm the depot to-day on the auival of the eet bound trala. The deceased had mamy friend- In tblehis olty, who ae nvrlted to be pr t and asat In the funeral ceremonies. mu Uwag. pFuaL, Nov. L-Tbh nihlrNd men nrport trble as the divide t-day sad bse wind Is blowlag a pwehmt bar rliseo and bhe ts are uled with deep eeow. All the m~al a bleked ast te Fart Worth has s.epped site. pioer. Ihlrees. reslrved shows that the lteaeti ths is mess, an estbhe emestisem Iso gg In the Onaamnasr, TeO., No. L-The deeest maow that h ashi bem aI rlWdvo yw l m no gru ai . It bisla dsp All Mm the Fort Worth & Denver ril4 ae blockaded north of here and there sei eight engines in enow drift* 1.5 miles south. Dl ifts . feet deep. It le tM worst snow ctorm tbutever visltedthl Pan Handle. KANSAS CITx, Nov. 8.-Dispatces from couthern and western KHamra give deta'l of a Ili rce snow storm. SHow, hall and sle.t fell so th.ek and was blown a r t-rre-ly that people tid not .are to venture out Trains ree somewhat late, tl'ouuh unon have I her abandoned. The Territory of ashnlugton. Our belated hister, Washlngton, I& r liable to r, ualu a territory for sewr (lay., .owing to tie neglect of the gov ernor to apetr'l hi- lsgnature to tea eturus to WaihlndtuJ. I h1 defet W.ns not discovered till the paps r'acbedl the Pre*iden , and the wedk 'ill necsrearily have - hi. done ev again, eutailing a de my of a wels et ten day$. Thlle arentional di . lpearanoe of luchabuauo, ih. nl.teri" witue.a for 'he prioecutio,, l n he i '. ziirathan of tlie Jam- Av'orill and :Ila Wattma ca.e at $we.twater, Wy,. last spring, ham resulted in no initetnencts helog fIounld igiinit.i the ' s'e *ted piaties. Ruehanan clainied to lhav- heeol pres. ent at tie lytc.ciling and to ihave recog nized vr-ry ,parti'il ant,bu Ilt, altears t, have melted away completely. Pasie Wismarek's Habits. Prince Bismarck has not only 1 i Iron contitutioun, says a Berlin coa respondent, but an iron will, which enables him at a moment's notice tI put his body under martial law, so b speak, and aubj.ct it to the utmost riper of diet. Today the chancellor will be found dr'inkifg what for any other man vwould be thought extmra, dinary qunantites of alcohol and tmok inz r st. without limit; to-mor1 w he %% il be tilpljing cold watir s t;ilh Iv ac"jallattel with lemon, and suck ing ii toothpick with a pinch of canllilor in it. The cailpholred to)tLplck is the outward vialble sl'i1g tIhat all I3i.rnarck b dinner table lii ·rtles hav;e been suspnded,. and while lie chen s it the in .o:,uie i hi, have busiuness with iln lii know that he will linot deal with themn as at 't a r tilnes. With the tasthllpicki in Ihi Miouth and the leCiinI water at hll .ilbow, be will be s.lnleless al.l nlorosae. nut at the itane time stil!i. e t'In' aid rapid in the traiNsactioil of L.tL'-I. Whei beer, brandll and ':p lls alt the vl'ue, tihe (chllllc (illora . n:ller is quite dif fetlt., for then it is that he wraitrlee, tiunllpst. t table ritlh his list, seatteesJ s.idl uurJs r cra'cke broad juiLes ac 'o:rhlalr to his mootd. Tlie smoiiking Bis:ila:ulk f,;!d,~i 1 .ittles anl a:":.ir oul of halo,. ir I.e ites to tal l;:s Illter. locutor andi : and scoop all ti, ideas out of haii a prloles which oi,an i: Quires tii;AtiVy colverlsationls Hlid tmnuch knocking of glase-. tor i-tlr.--Berlia Utter. ISa.tee a...d Ihelte. There ar anmong the Moslems tws geat divrsions, the Sunuites and the heites. The Turks are all Bunnitesm the Persans all Sheites. They difer Ih that te latter regard Ali. the - phew and son-in-law of Mohammed, with greater love than they do No hammed himself. All married Fatima, Mohammed's daughter, and by ber had two sons, Hasan and Husemn. It is said that Mohammed predicted their death; and indeed one day Ali and hi two sons. and a large number d friends and attendants, were mang. ceed. The Sheites declare that b. hammed encompassed their death, and to this day the twosects hate each other even more than they do the The anniversary of this fatal day is celebrated religiously every year among the SheiteA. They gather in groups around a certain man. whoa seated in their midst on some elevat spot, begins the recital in a monotom of the tragedy. Gradually he warm up he becomes excited, he throws a' hu hands, he even sobs with angui~ as he proceeds and graphically d cribes the misfortunes of the ill fate iAd his two sons. And his a&d web, ith downcast eye reverentlf Ihaded with their hand, follow with all absorbing interest his words. Pro ntly they begin to ro and final to ry aloudwith anguk, and beat ti keds and brest aad tear their hbl The reciter sways his audience wit thronging wordsof pamon, with mok whispem of entreat, with broke ejaculations of agon. Then sudden I hi mood ha What has p d has been a& o h of their sin and a comfkson of t Iustice of any punishment that migt all on them. For the Shela e originally Sunnites ad approv u the death of All, and it was omly that they bocame Sheita and Me" hom the 8uunits, and by this mony they Lamaet ov md -lral thbe L of thir forfNithm Aa£ i mseceds earnet ra with Uw tih hazds to God tor A IUAM two sons into tfaTr nd to them lu his meo. t is laashed.I m e Use an e emnad, I onmp.y eWjoy- a VaO O W to l^^^ ^^f^^*^a. ^J^ ^^I