VOLUMEi. tfO. i.
MILESCITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1882.
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ThursdayMorning's Budget of^the World's News as the^Wires Bring it
Botkin'sProspects Above Par--^The Northern Pacific Strike^Nearly Over.
London, Oct. 18.^A rammer^traveler named Rnsikshaw Inn '^ ..^committed for trial for thicatnin. io^minder the Prince of Wales unless he^receive*! money from him. Threats^were made In a letter to Col. Teesdale^against the prince. The prtsonci in b^member of a party of cranks. He Haul^that he had nerved several years in the^I'nited States arm v.
SecretaryFolger Calling in the^Bonds-Politics on the^Pacific Slope.
Livingstonto Have the Benton^Branch Railroad, and^Billings Gets Left.
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W.D. KKIfiHT, Publisher,
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AKTIMIi II D'ONXOK.^Att.irnev at and Notair I'ul.lir.
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Helena,Oct. 19.^Tlie Botkin^l^oom Is dally on the iiicreuHe here and^vicinity.
Bokeman,Oct. f!).^The Iminch rail-^road will leave from Livingstone, the^new town on the Yellowstone. It is^thought the branch to Benton wilt^also start from there. It is to be^situated near Benson's Landing. The^railroad track is now three miles east^of Cross river or Boulder, thirty-one^miles from Stillwater. It is doubtful^if they will reach Benson's Landing^this fall.
Specialto the Daily Journal.
('hiitknaFall*, Oct. 18.^Politics^arc hotter than ever known in Chip-^pena county. The big fight is on^local affairs and sgaiut the ring, so^called, who have ^ ntrolled the county^affairs, to the detri.nent of the tax^^payers, for a numliei of years. The^republican nominee for congress^^Stephenson^will carry the county b^50D majority, from the presenot arebok
HT.Paul, Oct 18.^A Sioux Falls^^ I ,-ial of October 17tli, to the H%, Paul^Pionfsr Pram, says that Hob. W. W.^Brooking*), Die democratic eandidate^tor Congrexsman, and Burt let t Tripp,^opein-d the vanvana- to-ftlgt at Sioux^I alls before a large audience. Oreat^enthusiasm over Brooking's can Hila^^ry prevails throughout northern Dako^^ta. Judge Bnsikings isan old resident^of the territory, and has been promi^^nently idi ntiiiol with iis intereiitHal^^most from iU organixution. He was^formerly a republican, and at one time^was one of the associate justices of the^territory, and later, was a candidate^tor the republican nomination for del^^egate, but was not successful. UfatHji-^pointed ambition canned him to loose^all love for his party; from which he^gradually drifted away, until it would^seem that he had floated directly into^a democratic camp and cast his politi^^cal anchor there. He stands no show^whatever, of being elected, for Col.^Raymond is Hure of a majority, ran; *^in^ any where from 10,000 to 3),000..
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BYROXVRCtLAXD. Arrhlteit and Biiil.ler.^Hl.ui^ ami S|weiAcatlon^ liirnifhi-J.^teniliniE unit tt^titnaUia. Main Street,^li..i U, .^ Ml ha City, Mnnlana.
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Bozeman,Oct. 19.^Hon. A.C. Bot-^Superln- I kill, and party, arrived hen- yester-^i day at eight o'clock.
NewYokk, Oct 18.^Roswell P.^Flomer was re^nominaU-d for congress^i by tlie Tammany democrats of the^i eleventh district.
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BTMVaUii ti^ltlo^ K.^Atlorne^k at Law. Oluieane door Wett of Court^Hoik*, Milts CMf, Montana.
Bli.l.lNtis,Oct. 18.^A man named i^Cisik was found Wtslnesday morning '^on the track witli his heatl severed :^from his body, the cars having cut it !^oil' clean and smooth. In Cook's i^pocket was found a lot of stiichnine, \^and the supposition is that he dosed^himself and then wandered otf to the^railroad track, and the engine going^along ran over him, with the above^result.
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MILESCITY. M. T.
JOS.LEKJHTON, - PRESIDENT.^RICH^I) B. STOWER, CASHIER.
SanFiianuhco, Oct. 18.^A Port^^land dispatch says that the strike on^the Northern Pacific railroad in ended,^and all the men went to work txulav.
Princeton,N. J., Oct. 18.^Presi^^dent Arthur took his departure on tb^evening train for Washington. His^son enters college here. President^Arthur made a brief address from the-
THELEO EXV OF iBOX ROD.
Whya Montana Co atom re waa Discon^^tinue,! In the Early Oaya.
Thelife of a special agent of the post- ^^^^ ^ partment is not always a happy ^^one. j*he truth of the following story 1^hi vouched for by Mail Superintendent |^Harlowe, of the jxmtoitlce in this city, !^the special agent in question being an |^'^Id friend and acquaintance of his, |^though not at present connected with i^the nervine.
ThejHistoftice at Iron Rod, Montana,^has been discontinued. A jiostoltlce ,^agent, while officially visiting various 1^olflces in Montana Territory for the j^purpose of correcting any irregularities |^of postmasters, stopped at Iron Rod. I^(ioing into the postornce he found tl,e^office divided into three sections^first^^ saloon, next the poHtoffice, and'lost a j^fur i hunk. The niail-bag won brought^.'., ft rough-looking customer opened^It, and emptied Mmnte on the I
floor.The H .if etfoa/d pftj down on'^their handtt 4. .o , ^ .nienced overhaul-1
Everythingon Armcf ff -ncraUy k*f ^^in a veil ngulutvfi drug hutue. 1
MilesCity ^ Speartlsh
Connectingat Spearfish with Rodger-^Daily Stage for
Bihmakck,D. T., Oct. 18.^The first^train passed over the bridge here this
eveningat Ml amidst much excite-1 to the students, In which he said he I were reglsteml, and selected such as
|steps of Mr. MeCosh's residence to-day i '^K the letters, among which several
ment.The final trial will take place^Saturday.
Watertown,I). T., Oct. 18.^The^worst prairie fire ever seen in this^locality Is raging now. A two year^old daughter of P. T. Governor was^caught on the prairie and burned to^death.
placedmuch confidence In Princeton | afcftf wanted. After they were through
College,a statement which was re^^ceived with rounds of applause. Many^flags were displayed in honor of the^event.
AuthorizeilCapital,^Paid up Capital,'
Jo*.Li:ifiHT^^n, Rich. E. Htoweu.^Ai.fki i^ Myers, Wm. H. Ovtiirik.^if to. M. Miles, John J. Graham.^Jak. S. Mm shin, U. S. A.
Milwaukee,Wis., Oct. 18.^David^Browne!, an old man aged seventy
years,outraged a young daughter of j Midlothian speeches^Fred. Camp last night Be,)ig caught^in the act he committed suicide by^cutting his troat with a pocket knife.
!the remaining letters were shoveled^into a candle box and placed on t ie^bar. The special agent, thinking the^office neetled a little regulating, aeked^the bar-tender who had received and !^distributed the mail, if he was the^ptMiiiastcr. He .iri^wered, ^No.^^'Are you the BaeJftfeMl postmaster^^ ^^^N^^.^ ^Where i.- tb - i^ostmasU'r^^ j^^t^ut lining.^ ^Where is the assist- j^ant |s*tmaster^^ ^Gone to Hell's I^tArC.!^F'ivUtelife.in hiH f,)rth.-c,,n,ln^ i Canyon; and, by thunder, Bill Jones^Thi r*' i^ vvvry has got to run this office next week;
NewYork, Oct. 18.^ Jennie^London special: ^Once again is Un^^belief current among Mr. aVa^atoaata^friends that the premier intends at)- ^-^lutelv to announce bis intention to re-
(ttrTbestage haves Miles City^Monday, Wednesday and Friday^mornings at 8 o'clock. For passage at^any information apply to
A.J. MAXWELL, PROP.
1 Main Street, Miles City, M. f
reasonto believe this is Mr. Gladstone's jt-g ujs turn.
seriouslymeditated plan. With Ire- The government official then stated^land ^^omr^raUvely tranquil and with j who he was, and demanded the keys^a halo of glory from the F.gyptiun war j of thc o(nw^ Tne bar-tender coolly^around his head, there was never and j fook the ^wndIe l)OX fr,,,,, the for,^never will be a better time for him to j pIaced it on the floor aild p^, lt m^bid pathetic adieu to the public, after a I kfafc, ending it out on the floor, sav-
Itin to the Intereat of all who are nraijuaint. ^^with the quality of Coal of Ihia cooatrr, hefou^makinit arranitementa tor winter fuel toexaaaii.'^the coal of the
rORKUroNDKMCI:Ohatbaia Nnliotial Bank, New York City.^Nerihaiiu Loan and TruitCo., Cbleair*.^It Uerchanta National Bank, St. i'aul. Mian.
SanFranchmx), Oct. 10.^The Ore^^gon senatorial contest is approaching^a crisis. At the last bollot Mitchell
receivedthirty-eight, Shattuck thlrtv, cam^r ln U,e hou-t'of eo^,moIW ^f hM ing, ^There's your postoffloe, and now
'acenturj'- He ail! certainly be sue- j Rit ^ The agent says:^needed by the Marquis of Harllngton,^coiise^|Ucntly the radicals as well as^the Whigs will make great efforts to^induce the premier to change his de^^cision.
andothers scattering. The pay of thc^legislature (teases on Friday and some^complication is probable.
fLiverpool, London, Globe
PHCENIXFIRE UTS. CO.
OFBRUOILYN. NEW YORK.
Washington,D. C, Oct. 18.^A^i gentleman writing from North Caro^^lina says the democrats in that state^have become Involvedjn the same^com plications that brought about thc^republican defeat in Ohio. In conse^^quence of this, he says the democrats^will lose at least two members of con^^gress from that state.
Washington,Oct. 18.^Secretary^Folger has in contemplation another^call for the continued five per cent,^bonds, which will probably be issued^tomorrow. The amount and other^details of the call are yet to be decided^upon. He has been overrun by office^seekers since his return to Washing^^ton and is very much annoyed thereat.
Knowingthe^custom of the country, I lost no time^in following his advice, and got,^^This Is why the postoffice at Iron^Rod was discontinued.
INSURANCECOMPANY,^or HT. L0UI3, MO.
EJrrireRiiks Solicited on Dwellings,^Mstuahold Ooodi sad Preferred Stock*.
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Spatialto tha Daily Journal.
St.Louis, Oct 18.^The funeral of^A. W. Slay back was attended by hun^^dreds of people, eitiasna of Ht Louts^and the surrounding country. All^day long when waa a constant stream^of people toward the residence of the^deceased, and as the hour for the^funeral drew near the crowd about the^thickened, and grew until It^that the whole population of^the dty had turned out to pay tribute^of affection to his memory.
AMilllajer on her
DesMoinh, Iowa.,Oct. 18.^Mr Har^^mon, a druggist of Swede Point, was^shot yesterday by a young lady named^Hattie Myers, a milliner of that place.^It is reported that trouble grew out of a^love affair. Harmon alleged to have^been keeping company with Miss^Myers for years. A few weeks ago he^went east and returned Thursday with^a wife. Yesterday lie 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 pocket a revolver and^shot Harmon, the ball taking effect ln^the neck below the ear. After shoot^^ing Harmon, she attempted to shoot^herself, but the revolver was taken^away from her. She then procured a^knife and attempted suicide, but was^prevented. She claims, that at Her-1^mons Instigation, she gave up her home ,^and friends for him, and that if she^cannot live with him, is determined^that no one else shall. Harmon Is In a^critical condition, but at his wife's re^^quest, If lee Myers has not beta arrest^^ed.
Latkjl11:M p. m.^Harmon died^to-night He was oonatous for a abort^peacefully away.
Oneet Thai Ford Bojra.
Theconsumptive Ford is described^by the New York Tribune, as a ^slim,^hollow-cheeked, skull and bones of a^man about twen-five years old, dressed^with the occasional elegance of a Jour^^neyman shoemaker beau in a country^village, in a new high bat, well-fltting^clothes, and lane, fancy, ready-made^gaiters. He glides with head low, like^a snake creeping, to a seat upon a plat^^form, and his rertless eyes, ever expect^^ing bis Nemesis to come, dart with a^sickly light, like one begging, yet ready^to kill, around the audience, and then^sink to the floor, while a cringing,^uneasy affability extends to bis cheek^bone*, that seem almost dissected out^of bis sallow, shrunken, death-like^cho|^. A man to fear from his low^anisaaj nature and animal necessities,^and obswijelouSMsas and recklessness,^one misplaced every when except bc-^your back, and then a hyena, ready to^spring lightly and silently.
I'dnl,James,^bavii j; been seen at^recently, in towns along the M^^Pacific road, is safely looked *p a! Jef-
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whichhaa ban ia awe here for the naat three Mar^and alwar. fare unlreraal aatiataction.
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aty.Mo., awaiting the aetk*^v. Critteaden. He wafts ^^and biun a liftilitli dtaW.
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