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MILESCITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1882.
Thrdjjiriitt /'^i/.^ r ,^f i'uxtrr County.
EveryMorning Except Monday.
ThrDaily .tuiitNAl.t-ontrulni'l Aworlated Preae^IHumMm in Mils* City, and at the only paper in^Ka^tem Montana that ireeivoa legitimate telc-^graphii raajofts.
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m.D. KNIGHT, Publisher,
MeagreReports Last Night.^Another Phase of the Great^St. Louis Tragedy.
Bismarckto Have a Paper Mill.^Politics in Dakota. Repub^^licans in the Lead.
TwoDesperadoes Downed in the^South. The Chicago Herald^Dies a Natural Death.
CmOAQO,Out 18.^W.Scott Smith,^nf TTsahln ton, to-day tiled u bill in^the tilt oil c^^urt asking tin- iippolnt-^nit'iit of u receiver for the Chicago^Morning Herald and an injunction to^restrain the hohlera of two mortgages,^aggregating $300,000, from foreclosing^the Ha.ni)' M the ground that they^were fraudulently given in uld of an^alleged conspiracy to defraud com^^plainant* ami other stockholder*.
Fromthe Height aarf Rrendth of Mon^^tana'* Favlr Domain.
RailroadExtension Proposed to^Yankton. A Pension Agent^Fraud Brought to Grief.
tllTISfSfSiilS 0ther Telegraphic Reports to
PonderOver at the Break^^fast Table this Morning*.
Hl*ia*f^ I^ and Notary Publlr.
Bismarck,D. T., Oct. 18th.-Alder^^man Klasner, of Fargo, informs a re^^porter of the Ht. Paul Globe, that the^main interest of the late legislative^convention at Fargo, centers on the^noiuinatiou of MaJ. Edwards, who^Kissner thought a democrat. He con-^ceeds thut he will l^c elected to the^legislature by a very Urge majority.^! notwithstanding the opposition of a^\ sore-head fuction of a kid-gloved, short-^i haired, snioothed-lippcd cheek-covered^republicans.
aNDRKW F. lH'KI.EIiill,^fiATTORNEY -ATLAW.
ByronYREELAID, Ar.hiirct andBuilder.
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CB.LEW HER, M. D.^^PiirucuN ami Si.-ni.ros.
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Attotncvistl.a^. oftiirol.r door West of Court^lluu^^. Mil. . City, Montana.
Attorneyat Law. Billlnp, M. t.^n all eourta of the Territory.
MILESCITY. M. T.
JOS.LKIOHTON, - PRE8IDENT.^HICH'D E. 8TOWEB, CA8HIER.
AuthorialCanital,^I'aid up (.i|ittai,
Jok.LRionrmr, Rich. E. Stowp.ii.^Alfred Mykks, Wm. H. Outhrik.^Kiwis. M. Mii.i*, Johx J. Graham.^Jas. a. HitrSBix, U. S. A.
'ChathamNational Bank, New York City.^Mercham% Loan and Truat Co., Chin
K VI. r. *anti National Uu.k, St. Paafuian
PHCENIXFIHS IKS. CO.
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FortCi-btkk,M.T., Oct. 18.^Quite^a severe snow storm is now raging here.^The storm extends to Junction City.
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Kismakck,Oct. 18.^Arrangementa^ure iK'ing perfected to organixe the^Ulsmurek |wper mill company. East^^ern capitalists are to put in $50,000 if^the citizens will furnish the same^amount.
Faroo,D. T., Oct. 17.^The Con^^gregational ministers of the North^^west met in session to-day. Minnesota^and Dakota are well represented and
Ht.I.oris, Oct. 17th.^James ami^Etl. Bcaury, the desperadisti who kill^^ed the city marshal! of Caldwell, on^the 23rd of last June, and who attempt^^ed to murder the deputy sheriff Sign*,^of Van Zaiiil county, Texas, some time^ago, and who belonged to the gang^that plain- ^! Um r bbcry of the Texas^Pacific rallrrail train near Dallas,^about a month ago, but which was fus-^tratcd by a heavy storm were overtaken^by a posse, under constable Harvy,^near Hnnset, Wednesday. The former^was instantly killed.
Yankton,D. T., Oct, 17th.^A cor^^respondent of the Chicago Inter-
llnMlfcsll^Mt^lill^ T 1*|'W* *rmng fmm *,r,,n',D- T-
says: ^The extension now under way,
islH*lng transacted. Uuests are enter^^tained by the citizens of Fargo.
Boston,Oct. 17.^Charles F. fluids,^foreman of the Cambridge Cemetery^while driving on Coolidge avenue,^Cambridge, at 10:30 this morning was^attacked by two men who shot him In^the eye and took from him Sono.^Childa injuries are not fatal. The ut-^tack occu|t!^i! in 'he most public part^of Cambridge.'
Piiii.adkLPHIA,Oct. 17th.^Klmon^Cameron, when spoken to the other^morning, In relation to the report, that^an effort was being made to secure^Beaver's withdrawal from the head of^the republioan state ticWft^ declared^thut he did not believe there was a^word of truth In it, and that he looked^for Beaver's election.
YGrkTON,Oct. 17.^The political^excitement here for the past few days^pending the county convention has^waxed warm. All the officers, es^^pecially for members of the legislature^were hotly contested. William P.^Dewy, formerly surveyor generuf of^Dakota was nominated for the council^and Jones B. Wynn for the house.
ofan arm of the Northern Iowa divis^^ion, from Calliope Iowa, to Huron, via^Iriquoia, which will probably be an^addition to ttie mileage of the Dakota^Central division, will prove an im^^portant aotniiaation botl| to Humu and^the country~in general. Win n con^^nection is established Istw-n the^Northwestern railway, of loRra, and^the Dakota division, the through route^from Chicago, will be shortened by^over sixty miles, or three hours ride.^There will be a clear road leading direct^from the Iowa lines to central Dakota^points.
GrandRapids, Mich., Oct. 17th.^^Burglars broke into Zierlyns Jewelry^store, opposite the Morton House, last^night, and drilled into a heavy safe.^They carried away three hundred^watches belonging to customers, and^six dred dollars In cash, and a large^number of diamonds and Jewelry.^The total value of the plunder is esti^^mated at from 90,000 to $10,000.
'Milwaukee,Oct. 17.^Considerable^excitement was caused in Madison to^^day by the arrest of CoL Thomas^Reynolds who was for a number of^years state pension agent. The arrest^was made upon complaint of Lucia^Richardson, government detective,^charging Reynolds with having forged^names of persons claiming pensions^whereby the government was defrauded^of $6,000.
GrandFork-, Oct. 17.-W. fi.^fiewellandzL. C._Wolcott proniitu-nt^resident 11 il t L I H^vlla Lake coiilil; y in,^an Interview - \ that everything Is^not going along ii Devils Lake with^the sweet serenity that is desired by^Lieut Creel. AH his flni-timbcr claims^on Rock Island have been Jumped by^Montana cow boys who have come to^stay and are not to be bulldosed by^any threats. Creel Is patrollng the^country with a posse of men armed to^the teeth with Winchester rifles and^has ordered several parties off, but^they refuse to go. There are nearly^four thousand acres of timber on Rock^Island and the Creel syndicate were of^the opinion that Uiey had it pretty fat,^but they had not considered the oow^boy contingency. It Is sal J that promi^^nent parties at Larimok arc at the bot^^tom of the scheme.
GeorgeMalash, a French Canadian,^hung himself in Horse Canyon last^Thursday night.
TheButt* cemetery contains the^graves of thirty suicides, seven homi^cides, and twenty-one persons killed by^accident.
Therecent rejiorted riot at Cooke^City didn't amount to much, after all.^The only damage done was In one man^getting his little finger shot off.
Fourteenthousand men are reported^at work on the west eud of the North^^ern Pacific railroad. This is almost^equal, In pqlnt of numbers, to Uucle^Ham's army,
Grant'aengineering party are now^engaged in locating the Park branch of^the N. P., .from Hen win's landing, the^survey having proved the route to^Bozcman to be impracticable.
Hullett,puperintendent of construc^^tion on tho western end of the North,^ern Pacific, had to call on the troops at^Missoula, to quell the riot caused by^the recent strike among his workmen.
ItI* stated by the Halt Lake Tribune^that James Morrison, proprietor of the^Mullen Tunnel boarding house last^winter, has ts-en missing since July,^and Is believed to have been murdered^on the Yellowstone, and his body^thrown Into the river.
J.J. Bowles, whose obituary notice^has been going the rounds of the terri^^torial press, in various guises, is expect^^ed to arrive In Benton in a few daps,^according to the Mvrr Premt. We In^^fer from such statement, that Bowles^was not hung by cow-boys near Fort^Maginnis, as reported.
FrederickBillings, of the Northern^Pacific railroad, has purchased, for a^handsome sum, the library of the late^Geo. P. Marsh, the predecessor of Mr.^Astor, as minister to Italy. The pur^chase is understood to have been made^for the purpose of presenting the libi v^ry to the University of Vermont, yf^vhich Mr. Hillings is an alumnus.
Anotherbad man with a knife, show^^ed up last Monday, in the person of^| Geo. Fitapatrick, who has been in the^roilroad employ at Sentinel Butte. He^made an attack on Michael Farrell,^whe sought protection in the store room^of his place. Deputy McClung came^aloug and arrested Fitz|Mttrick, and^he now languishes in the cooler, where^all such disturbers of the Glendlve^|h^ac*^ are sure to go.^Olendive Timet.
Saturdaymorning about, 10:30 a.jn.,^one .if the frail sex who lives across the^creek, iudulged in afli BwftsBtsrtol
exercise,with a Chi nam.^fihe fired six shots at Mr^and only hit him once, the ha!^Ing off his chest bone without injuring^him very much. She claim that he^ribbed her of $10, and took this method^of righting the matter. Her name Is^Fraukie, and she now languishes In the^county Jail.^liuzrman Scum.
Everytltinyon lunul generally k^ rt^in a well regulated drug home. 1
HilesCity ^ Spearfish
Connectingat Spesrfish with Rodgers'^Daily Stage for
OoVmwttk C.^sad Hiatal
Washington,D. C. Oct 17th.^The^Port publishes an interview with Col.^Robert G. Ingersoll, embodying a num^^ber of affidavits, whleh*he makes pub^^lic, for Use purpose of showing what^several of the Jurymen, in the lata^Star-Route trial, wars corruptly ap^^proached by employees of th^ Depart^^ment of Justice, and that these ^ploy*^^as rsgulafly r^porto4 tiM^Awn day today, to tfca^wfsOTtfcsn.
Ht.Louis, Oct 17.^Quite a sensation^was created this ajtornoon by a report^which was credited in the streets, that^Morris Michael, pawnbroker at No. 6^Fourth street, had declared that the^pistol that John M. MoGuffla had tes^^tified to have taken away from Col,^Slayback In the shooting affair at the^Port-Dltpaich office, last Friday even^^ing, fealty belonged to Slayback, and^that he, Michael, had sold It to him.^Dr. Frank, the coroner, late this even^^ing recalled the Jury which had sat on^the inquest, and summoned Mtshaal^before It, who swore that be ideatMed^the pistol as one *t*jf U^ Col. Ma|*fak^about four month* ago. This estab^^lishes the ownership of the pistol about^which than has bean sxt muajAouM,^and overthrows that part of OUyton's^tnstimtsny that states that Msjhank^was not armed. In foot, It sfcej* th^^aspect of tho whole aflslr, and is re^^garded by f xwokhlll's^additional and very
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CommitteeNorthern Pacific Company have de^^cided to rorxanmend that declaration of^a scrip dividend of 10 per cent on this^preferred stock Their scrip will be re^^deemable In not less than five years,^and will bear interest at 6 per cent.^The recommendation of the commit^^tee, It is understood, was adopted at^the directors' meeting recently and^that the directors have declared a scrip^dividend payable January 1, 1888, for^the total amount due on the preferred^stock The divdend is the outgrowth^of the fact that the nut earnings up to^$ par . cant, par annua belong aaoiu-^slveiy to the owners of the^stock. There has been an^of surplus earnings sua til tba amount,^as reported to Um committee, aggre-^gstes $4,000,000. Some of the prefrred^^took holders wanted their money.^Tba ft^nTtr' cotnmlttoe felt under^aMlgattBal to pay, yet could employ^tha money to advantage. As a cam-^premising measure the scrip dividend^scheflMwas adopted. In afloat It re-^stol^rkMnay to tlMstookhtddata, than^borrows ft from them again in n loan^Ave yean at ^ tajuant^The scrip wW wa^Knt to^s^Oftt, and will bs worth vary^If pest* Wsi tasWave 4oee is%*^af tha rani,^l^ bs paid am
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