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VOLUME; VIII. No. 64 I1.E; C!TY, MON1ANA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 23. sbkg. PRICE FIVE CENTS. I`HE 1)AILY .JOUP'.-AL - - Every M.ot ran, Exccpt `i nday Population of Mief City . . .,OOC T.-rns of SUbscril t!3n; Y MAIL., IN .AIn' N(t:, h'.-.1A E PA!!'. ltal'r F iilnll, ,'II : r ·.......... ..... 51n1. ' )uJ.Vr t}:dhzet rii . m, ,ii. ..................... 1,.. * (tni~ VdlEhTc.......... .............................. 7n . rY ,I L"( MID' "., rlar l'rfi, *ý S utn , at 1., .1i1t per Wa. e, " (ne Pear ........................... ........... ................."'c" Ml die N unthr ................................. 4hurr >I·,hlh*..*..p ........ . . .. . . 1IJ/I Adiverlising Rates. ~~tr Il, 130 .%I2.~ Is S.' ¶........... .... *I 14 tr :6.iS, S.l ".J t y .. I 3 1 .1.?) 2t1.ý'ki 2...) 11.1)0 Y0.110 * . ·. ... ,.. 1,.' . 4 'rI ?'.l') 21.(l: 34.OO * 'et 1 I'.' .i!..J a.1.) O 6'P) 5.U ''i . 1)1) 7ti.(M) 31.V I h'61.'0J(a u,51eal':;r cents I pr line for each unI.er W IPe.4l51 nr*...no ccnii gcr line. Address P"It hICIA\. J J. LKONARLK. . Di., i'liyaiclan and hur oon, Las lot tled its MI'n City and ailay Le I iund at N right's Drug Sto.re. I JDiacae,,.4 o Wowclm asld( hlldrcn aspecially. D Y 1'-'CLAN AND IU-R'4E IN. DIII& at Y. 1'. ta~e'. dI II, star,'. 12-tf lNe(A. t'.llgR',N ANti llB,TITrtCtAN. 'Ar:, V.uidsr.: u,'.i I.'I 1urhllr.) 0t20c at C. d. NH .. r'c N ii;- atl ci. *,vt r -luk,;';,weW Natlloal Bank. alt work gu'irar', ..' and at ressonacw ratWe. R 4 h'114'lAN. B. 'Wcn.ur ct.relry 'iurgeuoth cavalry. R..idgnti Mlii.¶, lily. a1lls aItended day or sight. Leave ,rera at Ilavage' drug store Cot. esJoudahce prupt ly alaweif C. B- LEBC'IIEII. M. II.. Phyetc~i:l11 rndqllgelna 1 O~.e and rtaldentl over '% LbiI. FaiAeant. Main. S CHURCIL'HES. ammanuel Church (11phcipal) L'almer 61 -aI· Elce ýundays at 11 a. w. and 7:W p. in. Sau~ut: Robinson, reclor. ltijalt 4suurch-%\ it.i. . Wei has, actin~ I astur. rtarchrl ,lre mur 'unday at 11 a. u.. alnt . p . ':ase and P'ra~ei }: ,.tit, W~eluie~day at ':13p. A cordial lusvlletI.A to e1. M'e:Lof~tb Kurhu, -"crease., 'Ite 1. "... tk p. wI. P'ray)r steilIz,~ 's~di...lAy eviietI:g ..idor Nutting, pastor. 'r.'eWil Cb .srcb-Services Suonda), II ia. to.. p. of. IT. C. An ll iuug, i II!fl eery 6rland st L~it'd ,,s,'s, oi! le tilotils. hi1gh Pea. a ":e" . et.lIi, NOt io..I at 2 p. si. 'etspes aA 1?nedlctio,, a J. t i~. FATNHEIC. I'AEWLLN. A. 0. ll.4lrvlaion No. I meete first and emone uadava of each usoib. K. of H.-Peeta firt and third Wednesdays at ':Vig. n., at Odd Follows' lall A. V. hA. M.-Yelluwutene Lodge, No. 26, £r.I t:4 third Wednesdays. It. A. .'-Ys'llowslonae 4'ilapr. No. 5, second 'hutrday to each montlh K. T.-Dauawcus uiolmtudaer)%fouit Thur days. 1. 0. 0. F.-tluster Lodge, No. II, every 14. nday at thdr hall. 1. 0. 0. F.-tleutlnal Knaeam,,isnet, we. 6, rAnt and third Friday. I;. of P.-(crusader Lo.ge, Ne. 7, Thursday Svemage at Odd lionws Heall. C X. of A.-Miles City Branch, every nday at 7 s o L-.-fiat and third Maturdays. ti. A. 3.-U. S. Urt Poat, Ne. 14. ant and dyid Taedaqs. i. OG.T-atar of the West, No. 24, every Thf(Ievening. d .-4kom· Camp No. 4. Meet. hal mad hind Kmadava 0 each mrouh at Good Temtplars DlNTISTIYU Or. D. U. HEDGES Will be ast he Umeqv.eem Eu Net. 8ith m.d mmsi M hmmme wll we' ramt hiss a. -s me. AU .pamted.. whethr em th atei teseb.r 0, LatI· umhewsu, peibvm.d mesevltyg te the laee lampeveeta Sm the aft. Urn mdmlmew..d br t*e palnes" eutae C ew . Leilem' Dta e.s. RDIOBWIN AUIOKY EMAUSLAND'S GUNS. BUVOL VZR AMMUNITION dwfM. hr 'L auu Pw'n um.S I s b issw I. Smw.s. U/'hmyuIlbg w Ispulmgc si. ledN Nrr Cý.rj fr FItS.Cu Monday, the 25th, We shall c ammence to Diecorate Our Store for Xmas, Our centre tables and Bargain Corners are still filled with wares suitable for the cool change. We headquarters for FURS AND CLOAKS Send for our Catalogue. We make any size tc order from 30 to 44. LEtz EISENBERG, Milc3 City. - - - - - - Montana, STOCK GROWERS' NATIONAL BANK, MII LES CITY. MONT. THE LARIEST BANK IN EASTERN MONTANA NTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DE. C:IT' W. R. STEBBINS. President, WM. HARMON, Vice President. H. F. PATCBELOR, Cashi r. C. L. NERRILL. Asst. Cash FIRST NATIONAL BANK XA=V ZLE CITY, 2,O0TU"T.4UA.`vc9. THE MEIST 1)ib 1AEGRT EA.K IN WeIIRN ON'TANA W. B. JORDAN, President. G. IN. VMLS, Vice President. F. B. WEIRICL Cashier. l. B. E IJTEY P O.tan CasIier thITEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. In more novel shapes this sauson than ever before, at prices within the reach of all, can be found at my place of business next door to Fir stNat'l Bank Fr Xmas Presenltations. Don't imagine you can't afford to buy of us be cause we carry strictly first class jewelry and never maisrepresent anything we selL All I ask is a visit to za ine or Selection See The lowest prices on genuine grades ever shown In the city. We lack space to mention articles in stock. We haveall thatis new and in novel jewelry. R. C. RICIHIJOND Miles ty. - .- Montana. LOOK YE HERE! 5We ar too busy unpacing goods to write a4ver tiusments, but we have the largest " and best line of HARDWARE. TINW'&ARE. STOVES and OROOKERYT. Ever shown in Miles oity, Mis, ell & Unecr. COME AND SEE. ha. W .Seyde, REAL ESTAT. ON", u a s.r . m g. 1 OW,, bsb ., HQME FOLKS. Our People Succeed in Gettina up a Hii,hi Interesting and Enjoyable Entertainment. Democratic .chemers at Work toSte~al the twoSenatorsEither by Hock or Crcu,k. THE TIIADIE' CARtNIV.L. A Very Interesting and Pi'ceturn.Mue Enter ul lt llnu., For some weeks pait the young Iadlite of the "*ty have industriouly devoted several llght" ea'*h week to the preparation of a novcl entertaio menlt termed a "'Tralea' .Carniva'." the Ir;:nmin-n, fetur.- f which was the repre.entation of eac.h lhu$newu hou.. in town by ,a y.oung lady allro. priately eoetumued and . rrvin:r a ban ner on whilt': was in-eriw.ei the name of the s 'ahliehment e:.'e-ented. The Ireantet lt!tude wase allowed in the getting up of both co(,tumtles and han. ners, the only requisite being that they should gave areording to the ideas o' the d'e gner, an outward exemplifl~r tion of the buaine+s of the firm. A natural emulation to ex'el led to the productionl of the handsoment and moit novel ecsrtules ever seen at any fancy dre.s occasionr, while the ban rers were all of then very handsome and many of them veritable works of art. The program .on"lted o· f a .fancy drill under the msurrvision of Lieut. Phillips, of Fort Keogh, under whose able instruction all rehearsals have been conducted. The drill squad con. slated of tu!rty-two young ladles who went through a series of the moit in. tricate evolutions, occupying an hour or nmore. with a steadiness and soldier. ly deportment that elicited frequent outhurs.s of applause. All the move ments In fancy marclhirg, such as in and out of a circle, forming letters and geometrical figures, were sacomplivshed with aprarent ease, while !n the leas showy but more dilmult novements In straight marching. where align ment and distanre are ,o e*sential to perfection. and generally so diffeult to impress upon the raw recruit, the sue cesa ntthinedI was remarkable. Wheel lug by platoLr s, narching in com pany front, and breakllg into fours while in motion, and such standard movements, brought spontaneous ap plause from the soldiers present, which was an evidence that the work was well done. During the couts of the drill a re-t was taken at two or three different intervals, during which time original and appropriate verses were sung to some popular air, each verse reciting the merits of some one of the houses represented, durlong the sing. log of whichl, the repraentative of ti'e bouse referred to would march around outside of the group, so that the spec tatore rlght know. in ease they did not catch the words, (which was gen. erally the case) what partieular mer ohant was being boomed. The firm represenated and the name of the represntatives areas follows: Brandenburg A Van OGakeo, Mis Allerton. Misses McCarthy, Misse lsooette. Maplesa Stuart, Miss MeAueland. C. E. Case, Miss Mollie Payete. Wm. Courtenay, Miss Lulu Cr.e. A. T. Campbell & (o., Mire Kate McKenzie. Ed Arnold, MissClifford. W. E. Savage, Miss Coroy. Mrs. Waner, Miss Cora Wear. C. E. Brown, Min Florene MeFer. lane. First National Bank, Mrs. Thorpe. 0. F. Ingersoll A Co., Misks Goe Kee"e. Birkle A Tureoet, Miss Annie Wear. John Wright. lMise Hattie Mors. F. C. Westervelt, Mm. WtervelL. I. Ormobel & br, Mil Sallie Bel. StoekLrwem' Joual, Mir Idla Spencer. BSith & Hayis. Miss Nelike Thompeoa. Morse Co., Mir. J. D. Hiek. Miles, trevell & Ulmer. Mira hu Leightea • Jords., Miss Vere YeUllowtene Joeruel, Ml Mle oedesn. Lee Usmbu*g, Mi. Nelle Haerses T. 3. DeskuLt, MILam Varu balU. C. L. Towesm , MIl e CallUsl. W.O C. Jmkes, Mil May M rinm . J. w. Wames, Ml Metpmgr1. E A. Idler 6 On., Milr Das Stekprnrs' NMtleaal DEsk. Ml Daiew. bI lellki Bre., Mi lrken Urse. B. C. Ilamieed Mis Mimle C-y-e 3. W. Melallte, MI WN l The ssedeues ws wriy uags mdi I sos Ir', r 1 lh. Uur,;,g o,,ne I.f thle i'l1 -, h i'l , % l: t " |' titt" 0 , a ,fore 'Th, '.,.y .yatlt ,.I3y w - a uuvel I e ,.Ieat i.erforllll.ui a .," o p a- or Iarei of y4 Iugst-rs frtmiii live t to a-ighr' V. ars )Fi, Ia l ,or. l tl tC i- ii g o tf ie cI rt ai , lntl ' 1 . tI tll the e, itliech li1e4' fur ri-lie I with aIt Ioui.,**] Ilin trUIlIt of ",nle "ariety'. witalh wht, r they went throlugh all the .e ottin..s of a aornert. d pin('e, the 111 .0 h, ,IIl tIrnlish,-.t t y the arol*h. etrU, whlo were hi,il,,r h-,. hind the -.Ienea. The hlttle -oie-. en n'oted tiheir p.arts veryl eileverly atd did the dummy work with every ap ijearua..e of reality. The p-rfar.ance c!seed with the pailttmin', of "" lvre in the Kitchen," ernamted by Peveral chillre.n of larger growth in a wvary aniscnilu ntll.lner. Ar rangerment. 1i,41 hbeen tuoade toerve an oyster e.],'ter at the conclusion of the entertaiunlent, but owing to a very late ttrt the proararu w-cupled the time till a very late hvur. and many who would otherwise have en tered Into a di.uussiou of the festive hivalve had the hour been ear:ier, de parted w:thout doing fo. One of the featurea of the entertainment which must not be overlooked was the right of universal suffrage which was for the nonce declared in faivor of all bold ing admiaslon ticket., the I, aseesalon of which conferred the right to vote in favor of any businese hlouue, whose representative in the mind of the voter pr.sentfdl the ncost a!,popriate cor tume, the prize to be disposld of by 1'e voting Ibeig a handsome banner. The volte Iat night was very ,eatter- I Ing, the principal c ,otestants being as follows: A. T. Crmpbell & Co................... .3 Misews McCarthy ....................... 1I Miles', Strevell & Ulmer................. 17 Brandenburg Van(ak............ 16 nt t.kgrower Nat'l Bank................. 12 C. E. B r own................................... I M r. H'arner ............................. 10 Le. Els'wuberg............................... 1t 1. Or'chel & PJro......................... 9 Stoekgrowers Journal..................... 1 he rentaluder of the li.t was rvet. scatterint, 'edh of the remiainirg firma receiving a le - number of votes than any satve recorded. The voting will b, continued aga!n to-night, and if the vrae can he counted before the eloe of theentertainmdnt the result will be announced. We would sug geat that the program be commenced to-night not later than 8 o'clock and we have been a.aured by the manapf ent that this will be the case. D3UO .RATIC LCHUmEV. new the Beourbems eops to Arr.auge Mat ie' r t Lgiltatmre. The Helena Herald if Thursday ha the followlor outl:ae of the demo crstle program to be ,,berved to-day at Helena. lna bhesembly of the leg istlare: After the ultimatum of thestate can va.ing board the democrat were at we respecting their future movnement bet while helples and In tbhe up Is Is evident that they bhave yot yet give up tSh Idea of stealing the legislature, and.lnstigated by press and bose who advocate bloodbshd and anmn if neeessary to achieve their polit, they have been syptematleally at work for weeks trylng to cook up some plan by blch they eao yet beat the repebll. can, and sed two United States ae atom of the demooratl stripe to Wasb. .lgton. Their plane and aesomests b.ve so far been sooessfully kept iu thedark, but the very r oecy of the work argue tbhe deepae of the s. pilracy sad obheaeter of the mnaeblhn tlons which hve been bateblhng. It is now gottlng so 0elos to the openlng of theb legImlatvesseNn, bowever,tha it is impossible for thLm any longer to conceal their pleas, and In the last few days an Inkling of what Istoesme has leaked olt Knowing that the repebtleas hbae tlbm gleglatesr eeding the ealy legal mthelty,lhe state eanvanlg board, it is eai they hare a plan on fat to osealNs Ils-. later of their w by requogldi the werethie setaseo em eem by musty elerks, Ineludang thee preses dan mets sened by Ceft ls.th, of t ire ow eassty, to atlset of tea et the d-emoeatle eUadhal hre the lowee bease. Thesea eatsy eussee gar th demete twity-e e memlbee Sthe leews bosm wb~sh i e qeuAm. while the seats seelSe gae. them enly twensluhe. The plea Ia eaid t be ither ts musst ad sepal.ae with othe regee .sad then go er aed held adeeasnse swens all by them a eete n abest themselves be tho sn breas Se iay pea o* palo t a bly aM see etbee plas The law says that to the abeam of t adisee , the eliel mebher or the Ms shall all that bsb d W e, ', imil ,f ,- ipi*.j.,Oi will b," t.ken ad 1 \'º:1 .1 ( f.,,1aI d 'Ihe latter sIan be I, ,,: I,! . h'I e course to be purened . I, , r, bI.i," ,de, tlnalt upon at 'ta a '. h , e, tae hel, to mnorrow or a. .rd at.l ruaninit. HIaving thus d. I" - l -of the ile Ih-e, it is iliiluated th t I ll I tie dI,-oecrutlh Iiiemtaera of the Sea at, will Is kept away frrtJ the senate alte chamber ', as to Irevent that tbody fri onrgauniz rg. It i- well known that the an lt.t ;. u tie politically, t;ia compl'-, a oI eight rej ublicans a--d eight det,,rra,. ."hbu d e ther side tail to alp,ear there would he no a'laarur,, ba..' eatll -id. migiht meet and aj ,urno Ir .ti y to (day in separate i l ace-. A .u ob-tructive lprogram of thi- cort i" wha.t 'he democrats have farvred, but i,-day's developmenbt a hi anotlher teiture to the great achemae. At this moment the demo cnat, have un.esciohn raf the keys of cthe Itgi-lsat;ve hall-. which are locked a., tight that even "t newspaper re porter cau't get In t, see how they are fitted up willhout m..Ing a journey to the First National Lank for the keys. By thlaetaking possesson of the halls it seemed the democr a intend to hold the Fort and let none ps In without the democratic counte.sigo; but thisl mere child's :.lay, as t'h' republicans could force an entranoc I' they chose or bold a tmeeting in toi ai other ball. It l. not Ith- desks and the ball that make I g:latlures, a. tLe democrats will probably find out before they at. tempt to bar the doors of a publie meeting place. Secrets are beginning to leak out, and the-e will be no ettr prises for the republledna on Saturday (Oucial PotI/cationa. Melsoutieo Levylag hpeetal Tas for walks la the City of Mlles CLty, Montana. Be it re-olved Iy the City ConellJ of tht City of Miles City, Thal for lb. purpa se of paylug f )r the sidewalks heretofore ordered ty the said City Couuvil to be built, ay follows to-wit: Coulllenrcing uon the southeaut corner of Main and Tenth streets, thenes aoutr and east acro~w the Northers Pacific rigtht-of-way to the southeast corner of Montana avenue and Fan street, thence south on the eant side of Montana avenue to Pearl street, thence east on the north side of Pearl street to Lake avenue. And for the sidewalk on Main street commeucing on the northeast corner ,f Main and Ninth streets, thence eLst on t.Le north side of Main street to E eventh street. The tax bhereinafter designated as applying to the personu and real prop erty hereinafter name-J, he and abs same is horeby levked upon the said property a+ a special tax for said pmer poe. This list of real property levied upon. and the nam*s of the owners theren. so far an known. with the amonoat levied asaint such property. areas herelnalter set forth, the said levy be lug in full for the building of said aide walks as the same are now beilg col structed. ASSEISM rNT AND LEVY F)OR THE BID1K WALK FIRST ABOVE DESCRIBED. Custer County. west side of block 74, Miles City, 2'. feet at 49 eats.........................................122 Wm. Courtenay, south 0 lot 1, block 24, Mlles' add.. 36i feaet at l cents ...................... 130 J. W. Wateon, middle Inlot 1, block t24, Miles' add., 8#6 feet at aou ests......................... 1389 Catheriwe Lsam, north j lot 1, bleak 24, Miles' add., 3IS feet s a me.t. ............................ i G. . Miles, lots 11, 12,13 1 18. 18 and 19. blak 24e Miles' add., 176 feet at 96 mes......... 0 0 E. H. C. Plimpton, lou.16 sad 17, block SI, Miles' add., 10 feeta t M lcnte.......... .......... 18 B. F. Embre., it" 11. 12 and 18, block 29, Miles' add., 75 feet als Moenot................... 7 8 0. W. McKay, ota 14, 16 and 14, block S, Miles' add., 75 feet t et........................ To 0. M. Miles late I, 18, 19 and ,bl b Sek I, Mlles' add., 100 tet at > bt.......................... M (I. M. Miles, lots 11, II 1, 14 & 16, Meek 2, Miles' add., 111 ust at serts ............. ..4 0 A. W. Churb, lotse , . ,17 19. and 0, block U, add., 1Ifet at Uasta....... 5w G. W. Blae.k lets 11 and b ISl, lk' dd., s d 0 I sts....................... 1s O. . Miles, lets 18, 14, 15, 14, I17. 1, 1 anIi d 10, bIok 31, Mile'sadd.. 300 fet aM M SnU i i luEmMElr AxD LaVy seO TIM F WALK seooD AuDva nlaMIn Jaw. N. Alisee. let 1, beek J. Om.u tMimd MpLt crlkrburror r ft.u am" b 3ag~smo The booba o Ow R3M HMe Wll w. til furthr nu.,Ob obudl a t.S Firn Naomal I BaL O re i a(. were melement of all ekm sem am he muds. Ped kuwlg Ibi @awes to be ludebblWO ~S NOea J. Tm O:"est As"r