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DAILY YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME i. NO. 7. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESIA Y~ OCTOBER 5s, :86s. PRICE TEN CENTS.
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MILE. CITY. . . MOMT*AN.
B YRON VIIEF..ANIN .Architect sad Builder.
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leadintg ard e.ti,.sates. Mai. ctest, Berttand
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MILES CITY, M. T'.
JOB. LEI(:HTON,. PRESIDENT.
RICH'I) E. rTOWER, CASHIER.
Authorise-1 ('aptital, - - SZO,(N).
Paid up Capital, - $ 50,000.
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ELECTRIC CURRENT TOPICS.
The Government Accepts Twen.
ty-five More Miles of the
N. P. Road.
Kansas the Scene of an Earth
quake and Texas Proceeds
to Follow Suit.
A St. Paul Shooting Affair the
Only Criminal Item in
Washington Sends its Usual
Digest of Personal and Po
OTuS TELESARPHIO MATTERU
a ,ph sos There.
PORTLAND, Onauuoz, Oct. 24.-Jos.
W. Dliph, republican, has been elected
senator from Oregon after a long fight.
Teams G6. a Shaes.
OALVESTOY, Oct. 4.-The News
Paris pecilal says: "A shock of earth
quake was felt yeterday at 6 p. m. The
shock was Mt plainly."
' Twmbdwflr E . R assu
WASHI.OTOK, Oct. M.-The pre*l
dent to.day accepted another twenty
five ndkt of the Northern Paceic rail
reoad in Montana coiling eiat.
Trs oss Soo M N.
PHILADPIEPHIA, Oct. 24.-The
chairman of the republicae central
committee of Pennqylvania, exprlmes
the opinion that Gen. Reper will be
WASHtxorox, D. C., Oct. 24.-The
quartermaster general of the army
submitted to the secretary of war his
report for the fSaal year ended June
fr. PAUL, Oct. 24.-Wm. Preen shot
at Carrie Warner, a woman of bad rep
utatlom, with whom he was ridlng in a
earrage, tollght, missnlg her. He
shot himself In the breast, probably
WAsMfIeTol, Oct. S4.-Te Japan
miniater aud suit, and the mininte
to Viesna. arrived In this city koday,
after a Journey of twenty-two days and
nineteen hour from Yokahama. This
is the quickest time on record.
A SMltes In No amp.
FAuao, Oct 24.-The Argmu Is id
to regret to see a divison among the
good people of Traill county, and the
advocacy of two meperate county
tickets. There are good men on both
skies, butfllveslled Interst seems to
have overeonae party lanes, ad polltlis
waxeth warm over them.
WICITA, KA., Oct. 24.-An earth
quake occurred ut this point at nine
teen minutes past four o'clock, Jeffer
son City, Mo., time, yesterday. The
duration of the phenosmnon wa. about
five econds. There were thlee pula
tions, the f t being stIrCage lttliug
windows and moving frltmure in
LoxoxN, Out. 4.-An attempt was
made to assi-nate Milan, at Belgmde
o the 28rd at. The King's sllMat
is the widow of Ot. Jeferry Markawi
ter, who was executed with eereal
others, nl May 187, by ordere Milan.
It to susplcloned that the attempt is
not attribttle to rerve. but was
awad partly oam poliUar OdIvef.
BnMxaBA , Oct. K-Yesterday tele
grms eftm Hen OeG H. Hand and
Ex. Gov. Penaligton, poma ing to
make spesebe Il all the leadng souet
ern Dakota oountit during the ema
Sae-d »I tah lamtest at a North
er M -ats Joba B. Maymead.
It Is not geimly Lkowa that Mlther
of the gstamim Nmed whk a
origtnal ID2y1 d mi , and tNir
prompt aur 4~i mt r
aUiS ItO will be
eeaulay a ito the Ilead aof
oap.. aaymed, * will am " a
#w to Mtoa eN « lt r aeth
n M mift a...nidifcii . 4i-ii M.
Sea Ins b slhwest. -
]IIMMAI'K, O(t. 2.--'T'h ;anihingl
touc(hes are being put on the elevator
mud the machinery phlaed in position.
A well known wheat Ilall who spent
Saturday In the eoly unid it was one of
the Ihet elevators in the northwet.
WR.Asr(tvaro, Oct. 24.--ln compli
unce with a reqtlut of the bard ap
pwilnt.d to exainlie and audit claima
growiLng out of th# illness and death of
President (arfle Dr. loynton to
day returned a p.perly filled out form
of application rently forwarded to
hiru. The aggrate amount of his
claim is $4A,.5), inng $.5,80) lss than
any clatlm for profesional aervices yet
",O -r- .,
MORRIs, Oct. -Mr. Kindred has.
done more, says fte 7trume, for the
interest of MInneot, for one who has
not been In ofd than any young
man in It. It is Well known, for the
last several yeaes he has been freely
consulted by the rpartment at Wash
ington, relative tthe public improve
ments made by dcgreu, in this state.
His judgement hning been found im
portant, and smd to none, ulw,n
PIN, PIMN AND PASTl:
There are 18, .ibs in London.
America bes the world for barbers.
Illinois is the brat state for leeturers.
Ugly spiders ae the newest thing
A Georgia boy tole a $800 horse and
sold it for $2
Boston antlepaes a brilliant season
Alaska Is called the country of mag
There Is an ative immigration of
laboinag people law Meaies.
Zdbinator Sewaut et Navald, has
become very wealthy agaln.
The late Dea Wellealey was a re
asevl and bmUI.g-looking man.
The Rothehbid are said to hold slzty
millions in EgypUtan bonds.
The Cornell College Profemors are
to have an lncrease of salary.
Bands of gypsies wander about in
large numbers in some parts of Ger
The total value of the nitrate e-tb
lishments of Peru amounts to over
An educated Cherokee lndian is
editing a small jonsal at Fayetteville,
The hiW pesprel of New York
ate tl~a boa th e egaPisation of a
ques Vletda's visit to the south of
France this winter will be spent at
Rosa Bobem, lives in a quiet, re
tired btshion at her ehateau, near Fou
Opposition soieal smets hive resolved
to pit Patti and the Jersey Lily against
Last year 20,170 new housesover.
log a length of siztyeigbt miles, wer
built in LondAn.
An EngliUhman ha Invented a
strrup which will not bold the rider's
foot when he Is thrown.
The Madeira rad at Brighton, In
England, has beouu a great place for
ladles on triclea. ,
Mr. Geep W. C(i le m lterta
tag a numat>rd'lU-Mg~bid E.U.lab
Mam at kbi Phlaii4dla boa.
Next year tveral arre the Tham
valley we to be pited with aundlw
ne, fhr w tMi al mmathes.
It is the peoper thlng now t sd all
manner of lower to a young MIiy s
the umorul of her waddlg day.
TI women of Norway, wle dlrt
Ing their pig to the makt on a very
hot day, will pet h with their
EAward Andma, the omumr , l
buildlng an el pa$ ew bre Pirts
which will bkeltd h Vills Ma.
Fr.dk Hasoms, a bemad oe.
Tv. skad ed§W.... uo~e Iusq
y, m - l ren.ul to W'k
Yash* e w h m ** e s p\' at
t': ~ .1 - . 1 *"
The remains of Miss Adelaide Phil
lips are to be burried in the burying
grounds In Marshfield, Mass., where
the Welster tomb is.
The Hon. Mark F ranis NapLer, the
counsel Instructed to defend Aribi
Pasha. in the second son of Lord N
pier, former ly Her Majesty's Ambas
sador at St. Petersburg.
3M. de Neuville, the painter of battle
scenes, hag gone to Egypt, under com
mlnison from the Fine Art Soeiety, of
London, to paint a large seene of the
storming of Tel-el-Cebir.
A specles of cactus is made use of !
in Florida. The strong fbre of ts
leaves is turned into rope, Its juice Into
a pleasant beverage, and Its trunk, af
ter the removal of the pith, into pails.
The Princess Beatrice has become an
honorary member of the Institute of
Painters in Water Colors. The Crown
Princess of Germany has been a mem
ber for some years, and ha sent plc
tures to more than one of the society's
The other day M. Dreyfus, the mil
lionaire, of Paris, put in all the leading
French papers card, stating that he
would not in the future be responsible
fbr any of the debts Incurred by hisson,
i \lxime. Whereupon the young man
issued a counter blast, in the form of a
circular, saying, "M. Maxim. l reyfas,
in consequence of a note whkih ap
peared in several journals, is plunged
In the direst misery, sad soleits the
assistance of his Mrnds, and will be
grateful for the smallett contribution.
Gifts In kind will be joyfully accepted."
All the presidents, except the prew
ent one, have been portrayed on the
bank notes, and 8 vice presidents, 24
secretaries of the treasury, 10 secretar
les ofstte, seretarl of war, and 8
patmaster genera and chiefJustices,
besides 2 senators and reprsentatives,
and several peemso distingulshed ia
science and literature. Unild Htatss
notes are printe on paper made in
Dalton, a snail tIwul n lamacbusetts,
and each h'Ua i sheet of the peeullar
paper ud Is guetdI absst as se
fully a if It werel shady printed and
OCt IDA JTAL JOrOT0X S.
Evanston had a snow storm.
Five childrJn were bon in Evans
to last week.
The teleph.n, line between Chey
enne and I.ar::::.e City will soon be in
M. E. Pont w.s renominated for dele
gate by the den.ocralt at Green River
ou the 6th.
Thomas Carrick is now foreman of
U. P. mahine U bop at Evanston, in
place of R. J. McConnell, retired.
Andy B. Liggett has been appointed
train dispatcher for the western divis
ion of the Union Pacitle railway, with
headquarters in Evaluton.
An Ogden woman by the name ot
Eccles, while deranged, Jumped Into a
well on the 2nd, iad had one of her
annr broken, and heul severely cut.
At last reports she wa in a preoauriua
The Salt Lake Tribe s'ay there
was displayed in that city, recently, a
bunch of wheat heads, upon which a
crick t bad tned ItWlf, gad all had
been turned into sone, In the wates
at Soda tpriae tn bout six monthm.
The new troorp take kindly to Fort
Douglas, bt tthee will have to be
lmey mmoe sdl. added, beoms the
pot will be whi t boauld be-the
easter, remrve and ftmytg pint hr
all the nailay epatI af the luer
Santog n S me~n.
OmwM fo u! 1he1imm ."bed
OM wtae.o*f bea w ta lm
Tih iTemw 0hftolle ebuek at Ab o.
dh db « ' -- be.
City Drug Store,
is atnl Meicine .
LIQUORP & CIGARH.
serything mon and generally keti,
in a wel regulated drug hrouu. I
~mAt~ A T OOD,
I9The da ave MiMs City
Monday, Woey @Md Frlday
mnorma at t o'lcwk. For p--ge or
any IkruaoUon apply to
A. J. MAXWBL, PWs
1 Main 8tret, Miles City, M. T.
Itris o atest ft an wh - _.am PlateJ
wit th quality a Coal 4f this serrty. hbler
"Wkta 9 augsmsms fr wIoe'ae tesamo a
HAM ' COAL!
what has bah e -a m b (fr -M tingetM age
sad lwsave ow shessl atl
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