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VOLUME z. I40. s. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER ag, zMs. PRICS TEN CENTS.
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41W)o. M.L MILES, JOHN J. GIRAHIAM.
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TEBMUAPU TKI(-TA KS.
Thursday Morning's Budget of
the World's News a the
Wires Bring it
Bothin's Prospects Above Par-
The Northern Pacific Strike
Nearly Over.
Secretary Folger Calling in the
Bonds--Politics on the
Pacific Slope.
Livingston to Have the Benton
Branch Railroad, and
Billings Gets Left.
Judge Brookings Nominated by
The Dakota Democrats
For Congress.
OTNC T"LAMI TTEa
HELKNA, Oct. 19.-The Botkin
boom is dally on the Increase here and
vidcnity.
Malk ia IS emeem.
BOZRMAx, Oct. 19.-Hon. A. ('. I)kt
kin, and party, arrived here yeter
day at eight o'clock.
l be Usubes.
NEw Yonx, Oct 18.-Rcswell P.
Flomer was rnaomlnaed for congsr
by the TamUnmy dumoemr of the
eleventh district.
SAX FtANrcro, Oct 18.-A Port
land dispateh ays that the strike on
the Northern Parfle rnllrd is ended,
and all the men went to work today.
tM ims TiMh.
BarIs cK, D. T., Ot 18.-Thb nAnr
tran paed over the bridge here this
eveflng at MO amidst znmch excite
ment. The final trial will take place
Saturday.________
WATusTaow, D. T., Oct. 1.-The
wont prairie fe ever een in this
boality b raglag now. A two year
old daughter of D. T. Oevernor w
eaught a the prairie atd imed to
death.
A OM Simmer.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Oct. 18.-David
Brownel, an old man aged seventy
yearn, outraged a young daughter of
Fred. Camp last night. BIejpg caught
in the act he committed suicide by
cutting lia troat with a pocket knife.
tiloin~g sensers. ;
SA.N FRANCIsco, Oct. 10.-The Ore-'
gon senatorial contest is approaching
a crisals. At the last bollot Mitchell
received thirty-eight, Shattuck thirty,
and others scattering. The pay of the
legislature ceaue on Friday and someI
coumniplication in plobable.
A a 6pnudMdIsooGaa
WABsINUOIro, D. C., Oct. 18.-A
gentleman writing from North Caro.
lina ays the democrats in that state
have become Involved :n the Minme
complications that brought about the
republican defeat in Ohio. Inconse
quence of this, he my the democrats
will lose at least two members of con
grew from that state.
A.ete Sm. el Semis.
WAsmIMtoX, Oct. 18.-Secretary
Folger has in contemplationm another
call for the continued five per cent.
beda, which will probably be issued
to-morrow. The amount and other
dubalk of the call an yet to be dolded
upon. He has been overrun by ofloe
seekers since his return to Washing
ton and Is very much anaoyed thereat.
a Prim.ta PO ls.h
4"M *t VMe Dowr 3eWWL
Bt. Loos, OeL iL-T finweral of
A. W. Slaybak wa aMtedue by hban
etds o pooplk dlftme of 8L Loub
end the aronadinag euntby. All
day long dhm was a cometat dram
opeop tolward the aeslIMee he
..eswsi and the W esr ar 0t
omia drew MSwea i"th e 6d6h 0
baws &tOkened, Oad grw "WI f
e-med ahat as whaBe puladles of
stua itd a rned a NO op -at1
etaaiWl to his inmuoy. .
LOXDOn , Oct. IS.-A commer. i:
traveler named Brookshaw har I., £
committed for trial for threatnin., Lu A
muider the Prince of Wales unlem he I
received money from him. Threats i
were made in a letter to Col. Teesdale c
against the prince. 'he prinonei is a I
member of a party of cranks. He tmid 4
that he had served several years in the (
United ftates army. t
BOLzXMA, Oct. F).-The branch rail
rad will leave from Livingstone, the
new town on the Yellowstone. It in
thought the branch to Benton will
also start from there. It la to be
situated near Benson's Landing. The
railroad track Is now three miles east
of (C'ro river or Boulder, thirty-one
miles from Stillwater. It is doubtful
if they will reach Benson's Landing
this fall.
A meputre ROlg.
Special to the Daly Joarkhl.
CHIPPENA FALLS, Oct. 18.-Politiea
are hotter than ever known in Chip
pena county. The big fight is on
local afhrn and againt the ring, so
called, who have etntrolled the county
aflkir, to the detriment of the tax
payers, for a number of year. The
republican nominee for congres-
Mtephennon-will carry the county hb
500 majority, from the preeenot utlook.
me111 d to be mfd.
BILLINGS., Oct. 18.--A nman named
Cook was found Wednemday morning
on the track with his head severed
from his body, the cars having cut it
off clean and smooth. In Cook's
pocket was found a lot of strtchnine,
and the supposition is that he dosed
himselfand then wandered off to the
railroad track, and the engine going
along ran over him, with the above
result.
ParxcVrox, N. J., Oct. 18.-Pred
dent Arthur took his departure on the
evening train for Washington. His
on enters college here. President
Arthwr ade a brief addMn fm the
steps of Mr. MeCoah's residence today
to the students, la which he said he
placed much confidence In Princeton
College, a statement which was re
celved with rounds of applause. Many
flag were displayed in honor of the
event.
New YORK, Oct. 18.-JenInli,'.
Loadon special: "Once again is the
beearurentamong Mr. Oladstonio'
mlenad that the premier Intends ah
lutely to anounce his IntentUo to re
tire to privatelifelin his forth-comln
Midlothian speeches. Thee is every
reason to bealeve th.si Mr.Oladstome's
seriouly meditated plan. With Ire
land eompamtively tranquil and with
a halo of glory frem the Egyptian war
around his head, there was never and
never will be a better time for him to
bid pathetic adie to the public, after a
career In the houe of econmmn of half
a century. He will certainly be m
ceeded by the Marqu of Harlingto,
cowquently the radlmel as well ma
the Whi will make great efbrts to
Indues the premier to change his de
eloU.1.
A EMOer m he" weMV.
DER MOINs, Iowa., Oct. 18.-Mr Har
mon, a druggist of Swede Point, was
shot yesterday by a young lady named
HaUttle Myers, a milliner of that place.
It is reported that trouble grew out of a
love alkir. Harmon alleged to have
been keeping eompany with Mim
Myers for years. A few weeks ago he
went east and returned Thunsday with
a wife. Yesterday be and his wife
were in a hardware store where they
met Miss Myers, Harmon introduced
his wife to the lady, who immediately
drew from her poeket a revolver and
shot Hanrmos, te ba taking eet ia
the neck below the ear. After shoot
ing Harmon, she attempted to shoot
herseltf, but the revolver was taken
away from hebr. Bhe then peocuswi a
knife and alttempted aldbe, but was
prevented. She elame, OWtas hN
mon InAgatoemn, she gave up ler home
mad idlend fr him, sd thOt ife
aoet Uve with him, eis detlmate
that *** m eeh sball Harm t I a
critleal eesmdea, bt at his wte te
que k MAN YSIn NO b
ead.
LaIu.-410 p. m.- S* II
OHWeig XP wasoaggle adwees
AM-- A& .
a . ** *'. !, .I > - * 1
Iila,.,. r-1i
ST. PAUL., Oct. IL.-A Sioux Walls
"Trelal of October 17th, to the I. Paul
Poneer Prem, says that Hoa. W. W.
Brookings, the democratlc candidate
for Congressman, and Bartlett Tripp,
opened the canvas toalg at at ou
Salils before a large adience. Great
enthusllm over BrOking's candidL -
cy prevails throughout northern Dako
ts. Judge Brookings ism old resident
of the territory, and has been promi
nently identified with ts interests al
most fom its organlzation. He was
formerly a republican, and at one time
was one of the asodlate Justices of the
territory, and later, was a candidate
for the republican nomination for del
egate, but was not succeusftl. Disp
pointed ambition caused him to loose
all love for his party; from whi. he
gradually drifted away, until It would
seem that he had Boated directly into
a democratie camp and ast his politi
cal anchor there. He stands no show
whatever, of being elected, for Col.
Raymond is sure of a majorlty, ranu
Ing any where from 10,000 to !S,000..
rEDt La1D OFr IDON OD.
why a aemeas a sease. wo *...-a
W amae s Ie Mas D i.e.
The Ilfe of a special agent of the post
oiMr,, 'epartment is not always a happy
4* ', i'he truth of the following story
i, vouched for by Mall Superintendent
Harlowe, of the poatoaee in this eity,
the special agent in question being an
old .friend and acquaintance of his,
though not at present connected with
the service.
The postoflce at Iron Rod, Montana,
has been disoontinaed. A pestocee
agent, while ofdlclly vislting various
omoes in Montana Territory br the
purpose of correcting any Irregularities
of posatasters, opped at Iron Rod.
Golng into the pastoiee be head the
ofice divided Into three sections-iant
a salon, next the pestoama, and'iast a
oro hank. The mail-bag was brought
its, rough-looking Cstaomr opened
It, and emptied thi ,: cntents on the
Boor. The entir;- ,.ro-d got down on
their hmbds ad w umanmmld ever.nl
ing the lettes, anag whic several
were regndeed, and selected seek as
they wanted. After they we throuh
the remaining leters wee shoveaed
into a andle bo ad placed an the
tar. The s al gnt thinklng the
eoe needed a little eqgallag, asked
the btar4eder who had received and
dkstributed the mall, f he was the
porstasaer. He answered, "N."
"Are you the aaslstant paostrse'
"No." "Where is the patmMeSr?
"Out ndanlng." "Where is the els1
ant .ommie-r' "Gene to Hell's
(kyorne and, by thunder, al Jeae
has gt to ra this eLee eat weak;
It this taur."
The gvervmant mn.al them sted
who he was, sad dmmaed the keys
of the ee.M The baeiedr elly
took the eandle bex am the bar,
plaed it oa te eer ad gave it a
klck, sending it et eL the Sfe, my
Ia, "There's yewr piea, and w
Wt." The agent m ny "EZawlag t
m of teMtseestr, I at as m
in bldwlg ha advie, and ga"
This T why ts pl.sssse a Ites
Red wae dammeslamed.
on* 61 The Wr4 Boys.
The consumptive Ford Is deserlbed
by the New York 7nV6me, s a "slim,
hollow-checked, skull and bone of a
man about twen-five years old, darned
with the oooemlonal elegance of a Jour
neyman boemnaker beau In a cmmtiy
village, in a new high hat, well4ttlng
clothes, and laree, uney, ready-made
gaiter. He glides with bhead low, llke
a sake creeplang, to a meat po a pslat
brm, sad hin rm UmeG ey, ewrpeet
log bhe Nemebi to comae, dat with a
sickly light, like one beIag, yet rady
to kill, arond tahe audemese, aad them
dlat to the oar, while a waingiag.
uesy aflAbilty standib bb dMeek
bonca. that sem ahmeo d i-eFd aOt
of his sallow, heWakeS, death-like
hoajo. A Mla b Ar AM bb tow
aniumal saaeagista aagth~eu
and awonghte 0 Val kl"No,
Mie Ip a mm .wnuwhem mem he.r
your boek, VAd Ih s ba rno* W
ovd"USW.mtya dft*lly* .1
qsdoglsgughatasmima.P
Frank JmmM was a
havag tonea s A
pomme, is ato4wft -
fbd*r 10 **- -- 01WM^B
&?sclew s
tehAm^.^N fi H
Ci4 DrugStore,
Dr. LEBCHER
Dcabr t
PUESCR~IPTIONS
SMOKING CASES,
VASE$, BU8TS,
LIQUORS & CIGAHR.
EUrs big .s &d Somfe hsgt
be av'odl regukmied dii, home. I
Illuchy&S p url~rtbIsIlar
csmactimg st speeuihh w"s Redpn',
D&4 our ftr
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WI-e. ="D -mbv 4MHOW.
Momdq, W.Ia..by d Fiy,
m=up a s olebw. I- -ph=
any brmlm awpply to
AL I MAXWKL, P
1 Xl &Bree k mu City, K. T~
COAL!
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It into the Interest of all who sn a-a-ale«ft
with the qality of Cnel of this couatry, befoa
maki arrangements for wiater's fAwl toesamli
the ciai of Lte
"Sig nal" Brand
BETTER KNO WN AS
HANE'S COAL!
wukMh has bas la we bsm for Ute A tme
nd alwas gae sulversal Th lI
Is jt a ruesemadui. AU 0,4Mm Plla
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GO. E'j. BOCS,
RIUILA, M. T.
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