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VCUtfl I. NO. 5.
MILESCITY, MONTANA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER aa, 188a.
THEDAILY JOURNAL OVER THE WESTERN UNION.
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TerribleTragedy in Tennessee.^Valley City Figures in the^Criminal Arena.
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A$20,000 Blaze in Durango.Col.^Two Murderers Run Down^by the Pinkertons.
A925,000 Bias* in Durange.
Dkxvkk,Col,., (^ -t. 21.^ The h''j,uh-^Nann'l Dur.iniro, ('dorado, spaata! says^t!i^- lar^ji~^t ttiv ever known in the his^^tory of Duraugn occurred tiiis evening,^OOMMPaiag sixty-:'our buildings. The^tift- oriiriiia'od in it Chinese laundry.^The loss U estimated at $2-*i,U ^^; insur-^^MM not Uit'ivvn.
Bff.Vwis. (M. 21.^ii. \V Perry, of^Su|m-rior, yesterday, in shaking of tlie^political situation in tin- Kighth con-^gr Hnional tli^trit't of Wim-otista, ghraj^i'rice, the re|iulili^'itn eantliilate, Diul;-^la-^, Uitrron, Hnrnett, BsjrAaM ami^Papa eonnties. iinil U^ Bailey, UU tlein-^oelatie o|i]Kinelit. Enelaire aiel Htllfalo^i^hi 11 lies. I'rice, in his opinion' will^reeeive alxnit l^IM niajority. Tlie pro-^hihition movement in the district will^i|t^ 110 tlama^e to the re|inliliean ticket.
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.Ut'KI.EIUH,^a1 ToKNKY AT LAW.
Politicsin the Gopher State.^General Army Matters.^The Markets.
Di'Bi.ix,Oet. ^ 1.^The lord lieuten^^ant ha^ eoinninteil the ilcatli MMsMM^01 \Val^h, eonvietetl MMaMMMy totlie^HMsWat Kavanan^h, to penal m^t\ i-^tutle tor life.
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Mii.waikkk,Oet. 21.^Live hop,^easier at 7.2-V^ 7.7-^. Cattle, the price^still keeps up a nil pricesareuiiehaiitreil,^the market ruliinr in favor of the buy^^ers, ilemuntl fair; choice stci r-^i.'Sifri 4..VI, fair to tfoo'i to 3.2ir^ 4.; h^^mI^niivetl .i.OOf'i laffA, scalawag*2.LM ; MUak^cowi seoretl strung at 4ik^( 655 per hcatl,^! veal calves 80(7 j^cr hutiretl pouutls;^Iio^h, some sellers wanted 10 per hun-^ilretl |Miun^ls for tlrensetl MMJI yester-^11 lay, hut bargains in tiie whole sale line^woultl not pay more than ^ on riMMJI^j IM |ier M |m^nmls; |i|j for tlrcsscil.^Tan Par Cant. Reduction. to amount sU-atly sheep general range^W'AMiixwrox, D. C, Oct. 20.^ u).^(^ 4..V) \kt HI jHrnmls, supply good.^bMMNJm! MMaJsfMI will he stiltl to the |Army Matters
publicafter January Ut, IT*!, at a re- 1 rtT pAri,, Oct. || Qefj Wm^i .lut tion of ten |k-r cent, on theprt^ent | M,j^ chief quartermaster of the ft^^^^^Mi1 r l n 1- nt. left for the east yesterday
FrankQuean's Death.^Philadki.I'HI a, I'a. Oct. Jl.-Frank^t|ueen, the publisher ami proprietor 01^the New York Ql/ptr, wht^ Ma4 re^^cently, had since April last suffered^sevcrely^from paralysis and his death^was not unexiM-ctitl.
St.Clou). Oct. 20.^Hon. Knute |^Nelson anil Jiulge it. Keynoltia atl-^dre^cd an audience here this evening^of about ,V^0 vtiters, and were awarded 1
Ja friendly ami cordial reception. The J^j Nelson district committee meet at |^: Sauk Center to-morrow and havear^' range*! a meeting tor thatevening.
Loxdos,Oft JW.^The tnms|k)rta-^tion steamer, Lydian Monarch, from^Egypt, with the household cavalry ar^^rived to-day. Crowds welcomed the^j troops. There was much excitement.^DM Duchess of Treck ami the Duke^of Albany visited the ship. The^troops will man ii through London to^tlie barracks to-morrow.
Arrestef Tare Murderers.
Wawsaw,Win., Oct. 21.^Sheriff^Jiraggs, of Waupaca county, ami one^of l'iiikertou's detectives, arrested two^men for the murder of EL C. Mead,^banker of Waupaca. The officers admit^tin-arrest but decline to give details,^^ml great fears are entertained that the
evening. He has a month's leave of.^alatence with permission to apply for^an extension of six months, ami will i^probably spend the winter in Florida.^Maj. A. d. Robinson, tlie disbursing^liiarterinaster at Helena, Montana,^has lieen ordered to take charge of the^business of placing in po^itljn near Hm^Hole I'ass the monumeiit which will^' iHinimemorate the battle which took^plaeethcre with the NesP ^esIntlialls.^Captain Charles Hirtl, a tnt t|iiar-^iMMMMef will take charge of the ollice^of the chief quartermaster during the]^I temporary absence of (ieneral Myers.
] Memphis, Oct. 2).^A special to the^i Bj| iMaj Lnliji r BMO Knoxville, Ten-^I nesaee, sjivs the most terrible encounter^| known in the annals of homicides oc- ;^ctirretl to-tlay at 10 o'clock in this city. J^! (ieii. Jos. A. Mobrey, Sr., J^*. A. |^; Mobrey, Jr., and Maj. Thomas O'Con^^nor all fell in the conflict, with other^; iMiitics wounded. Tlie dilticulty grew^tiut of an old grudge. Yesterday at^the races (Jen. Mobrey approached^1 Major O'Connor with threnis ami his
foundationsfor piers, caused by chang^^ing of the river channel. The bridge^as it now stands, complete, consists of^MA and HA ft ^ t spans, ami the two ap-^proatdu* each 113 feel, resting upon^three litige piers. From flooring to^upper chord of bridge is fifty feet high,^while from bottom of dce|iest founda^^tion to the top chord of bridge is liKi^feet. Total weight of each MAI is^ft,^MJM tons. The engineering staff,^O. 8. Morrison, engineer, and Supt.^Rt 'inlet, asst. H. W. I'arkhurst, R. L.^Crosby, ^r. A. Ledtrle, non resident^assistant; C ('. Schut i^ler, W. F. Zim-^meriuan and James Sanders. The^special train from St. Raul, which ar^^rived yesterday p. in., was packed with^officials. At in o'clock this morning the^special train started from Rismarck to^the site of the bridge, densely packed,^and one continued stream of vehicles^reaching from Bismarck nearly to the^bridge. At Ut:4^^ tlie first test of four^engines moved very slowly across,^amid the stranes of music from the^band. Twenty minutes later the sec^^ond ami grand test of a line of engines^4iK^ feet long, reaching the whole^lemrth of the spans, passed over, amidst^screams of applauses, which was an^^swered by shrieks from the engines in^unison. Xo severer test could (Kissibly^lie made than this. The structure^seemed immovable, even with this^immense weight, and of the IB] fine^and accurate measures made during the^test, not one pnived otherwise than^-atis'actory. This afternoon at 4 p. in.^the officials were entertained and ban^^queted until a late hour, at the Sheri^^dan house, where wine flowed freely,^and toasts were numerous. Among^tlie noted railroad men present, was^O.oW Cross, supt. of MNMJMBMMI X^!\ R. R., V. E. Hall, general manager,^Sioux City and Pacific R. R., F. X.^Finney, (ieneral manager 'Wisconsin^Central R. R., T. H. Malone, (ieneral^freight agent Wis. Central R. R., W.^C. Colhura, Vice-Prcs. Detroit bridge^and iron works; Q, K. Barm s, Ocn'l^imssenger agent X. P. R. R., (J. O.^BMMMB) Local Treasurer, X. I'. R. R.^B. McHugh, Supt. St. Paul and. Min^^nesota Division X. P. R. R., J. T. Odal^and C. T. Horhart. Supt. Dakota Div.^X. P. R. R., and Capt. Merritt, resi^^lient engineer, X. P. R. R., St. Paul.
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A.J. MAXWELL, PROP.
TheRalston house, at Belmont, Cal.,^now in |Misses.-ioii of senator Sharon, is^that |^erhaps having the greatest inter-^! est of all. The remarkable man who^i built it was the traditional California^| type in its most astonishing AjVMAB*^j MAMa Stalling from a humble origin,^he liccaiiic a forwarder of every bril-^' limit scheme of improvement, public^and private, conducted a hundred pro-^i ji^'ts tOBUtvcss, which, in other hands,^i would have been shere follv. He ^^r-
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bandson his revolver to ttw MsMkl- rived thus at an unbounded coulldeuee
Itla to the inu-mt of all ^lm are nnaqualnW^!^with the qualilr of t'oal of t hia country, la-fure^niakinii\rraiiKeU],nu for vinter'a ntel tocxaioitw
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theatre,at which O'Coiinor replied^that it was no place nor time for an^affray, ami that he ^vas unarmed. This^morning rumor goes (hat Own. Mobrey^sent O'Connor word that he would^kill him on sight. At 10 o'clock (ien.
prisonerswillhelyiichedif theirarrival | Mobrey passed down Jay street on the^at Waupaca is known. Excitement^and further trouble is apprehended.
PHCEN1XFIRE INS. CO.
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CHAUI.OTTE,X. Y., Oct. 21.^W. H.^Bailey, democratic candidate for Mm^house fnim the McI^eanlH-rg couuty^was assaulted this evening by A. R.^(iillcspia, a revenue agent ami badly^wounded. The at tack was made MkMMM^Bailey slated that he wan lllfonic u^that (iillcspia was using money to MM^cure tlie election for the republicans.^The affair caused considerable excifv-^ment.
VaMiKYCity, Oct. 21.^Ex. Rev.^Herbert Root, president of the Farmers^ami Mechanics National band, of Val^^ley Cily, and president of the town^council, wa* arrested to-day on a^charge of embezzling $10,2o0 of the^town funds. The charge Is a serious^one, and is bused on what apjn aM to^be a good fouudatlon. A short lime^since the town board Issued bonds o^the town to the amount of $20,000, $10,-^000 of which have been negotiated^and Root, as president of the town^board, holds possession of the fundi-^reoelved from the aale of said bonds^The town treasurer, George A. Thomp^son, by order of the board made i tie^nand on Root for the custody of tin^hinds which demand and order Root^reiused tb heed, hence this action.
op|Msite side of the street Ifnin the^Merchants National Bank, of which^O'Connor Is president. O'Connor^stepjied from the bank to the middle^of the pavement and flretl two shuts^across the street ill rapid succession,^both shots taking effect and (ieneral^Mobrey fell tlead. O'Connor turned j^and seized another gun, and Joseph j^] Mobrey, Jr., who was rapidly coming !^' down the street, bred upon him with ^^I i pistol in ls^th bit.ids at a distance of^| thirty yards. The hall passed through^(^'Connor's heart, hut nearly simulta^^neously O'Connor fired ou Mobrey,^Jr. and both fell tlead.
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HirtMAKCK,D. T., Oct. 21.-Probably^never before in history of Bismarck,^has there prevailad more gen. nil ex^^citement than has been caused by the^preparations for, ami formal test of the^Northern Pacific bridge, crossing the^Missouri river at this |^oint. The ex^^amination and selection of a isilnt for^crossing was awarded to Oeorge S.^Morrison, iti July. The location of t he^bridge was virtually fixed. The con^^tract* for the three spans 400 feet each,^and two deck span*, each 113 feet, was^awarded to the Detroit bridge and iron^works, February 21st, Rati The^rround was first broken ou the bridge^l.htMay gist, 1881 Mitch trouble^and delay waa euoouutcred laying
inIds star. Entangled finally, while^i cashier of the Bank of California, he^handed in his resignation to the direc-^| tors one day, and went tlown to the^public baths near the Potrern. A^i strong, atkletie man, in the prime ol^: HAk. swam out hah a mile into the bay^i for relrcahuieut in bis troubles,* n.s some^! say, but, as the general opinion is, with^i tlie deliberate purpose of suicide^and^I was never again seen alive. The house^that was his is notched into a bill-side
iin a rolling country, much pleasanter^than the plain at Menlo Park. A pret- G^ty gorge behind it is dammed ut a cer^^tain level to furnish the water supply, j^There are gas-works, a IsiwHag-allcy,^MM an elaborate Turkish bat h among '^theoutbuildliigsand arrange-like burn I^of solid stone, ivy-grown now, which 1 ^^cost i, As to the imnu nse resi- '^deuce, itself, that is of wood, white, in 1^the usual fashion. With Its numerous^stories ami windows, It is not unlike a^large country hotel without, but its pe-^culiar arrangements and great spaei- i^ousness within make it quite palatial^Tlie principal rooms o|m.'U into t tM^another by glass partitions, which can ;^lie rolled away. There is no crowding I^through dtsirways. There isau arcade j^in the story above, around the grand 1^staircase, with bulust raoc ami tribunes^projecting from the Imlustrade, in !^which young women Jn pink at an^evening party must look |iaiiicul^rly
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whichbaa ^ n in im heir for lh# j^bm tbnw yar^bjb| bIwavo gBV^ Mnivenml ^etti*fai,tion. Tin* ^^^^^IB juat ah rvcomnieltdt^l. All (^rdfrn 1 n.iiipi^ntlnl HrBHoiiAblf diM^ouBjt t. r lxBVD Or4era a
C.W. SAVAGE A CO'A. STOBF.
N.P. R'y Co.
Noticeia hereby ,..m that all of thai^part of the town of Miles City located on^the n. w. j of the n. e. J and lota no. i^and s, of taction 33, tp. 8, n. range 47. *i^and not heretofore sold or contracted to^be sold by the
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houri-like. What In any other house^would lie the ordinary veranda hi here^a delightful promenade, glased in, pro-!
vldedwith easy furniture and a par-, ,
quetryfloor. Then wines a tier of such ^^*'and*** aas o/^V mid
mainappartmeute as a daawing room | cean/xnuy, and uii pertotut arc wanted^and library; then a parallel tier.of which no( ru tnmtnum mtm ins some,^me is a great gallery, entirely fenced
wi;hmirnirs. Tnere are a piano a^UAC D I A MOADU^^nantekssnd Malr-purt. of CalAarala vn** ^^ AaiAB^aafWllll|
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