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DAIY YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
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THE DAILY Um T F NW.
Train Wreckers Get in Their
Wcrk on the Detroit and
Virginia Readjuster Cpnfident
of a s5,ooo Majority Over
The Lone Star State Dissatisfied
With Democratic Rule, will
Join the Republicans.
Milwaukee, the City of Lager
Beer, Agitated Over a Fe
male Charley Ros Case.
An Earthquake in Dixie's Land,
Paralyzes the Super
ti$oo C ,ops.
we Naos at Beoem,
8ALaM, OkIuox, Oct. 27.-Reed's
opera house and hotel, the largest
building in town, is burning and will
probably be a total lom.
ilpmaes of a Sebsel aim.
MILWAUrKE, Oct. 2-This city is
being shaken from end to end Marcih
itg tor a miming daughter of C. H.
Heunicke, a wJtby muerhant of this
city. TbechlUd lyenaU1d -
developed intoa mstmysterkiouscaseof
dimppenrau or abduen. A reward
of |I has been oflbrrd. The entire
police for, pot oMfie deputy and a
I 4 nu tber of cttisena are arching
itlut the ightest clue yet. The
lirl wia rm:1:trkably bright. reat ex
citement iirev ailed i1 all circles as the
rumor Cgalna co<wIlll-i belief that she
ham been asluotlie for foul purpuss.
Her fathbr ntfem f o.i reward.
A m e Uasest".
WAsuHIxOTN, Oct. O.--Oe of the
umot proninent of redjuaten of Vir
iateL M-eip itod l o . He has
alt alade, tis p Biemmb valley
and froi the southwestern corner of
the tate, through the southern tier of
counties to the oast. He ays that he
nothing bAr enthusias ad
ple could pay poll tax. they would
mae clean sweep. Riddleberger,
Attorney General Blair, Gov. Cameron,
a Id P sand John Wis,are r.ported to
p aeetingo" wP biR peop
io t a them.
M y ifand
lomer alliance wth eneral govern
meat mues, In addition to state
questlon. The state proises to go
,oaltlon or ract ly republcan by
l|.<^ "W»3^ " . I
TeOas to be Rdeemh,.
WASHINGTON, D. C.,Oct 27.-Hon.
Columbus Upson, of the Sixth Texas
COngresional District, a a thant owing
to disatctwo among demnocnrats the
repOblicans have a Very good rospect
of electing their candidates. The only
obstacle to be encouiitfred by the re
publicatim in Alexhlan votes, which the
daociwar iih lne hieretofor (viitro)l4.
Thb vote in vr- easily 4dled with
m ey, anil fc toulf Ith 1l,000ftr
0 t de Nroe . Far
' puru bme~mpmibe
eonmmiltlee to appearld to for eceaufary
means. The district attorney ays that
with thin amount three distrIte caIn,
without doubt, be carried by the re
pubilcanms. Tom Ochiltree is making
(htanively Lhis <s am an in
bilenuit :gh is making
with -i'dm utW harbor li>
provt ient and protection to the wool.
gronwing iterlests. It li admitted by
democrat. that he is very sure to win.
express train on the Detroit and Mil
waukee railrnad, due at Grand Haven
at 1 o'clock this a. mn., was thrown from
the track weet Orand Rapida, about
midnight. Sonme murdertous wretchek
had i broken Into the workmen's tool
box, near Berlin, and taken a crowbaer
and other tools, and aelectilng a place
A a&dp d, where on either aide
'We&' thirty feet, and
took out a iAvin the bolts and
nute near the track. When theengine
struck the brokeim place, It threw the
engineer aeros thie cab and broke the
oniupling f twecu the lende d the
tej.fts a 11iteroff
his lever and shut oT the steam. The
train stopped with the tender draggimg
on the ties. When oos lng broke, the
baogae car, anioker and one panaemner
Mnach lh& DCerm h
Uasndhao 11 tup
emound asimal. as ups
IANMN. (kOct. 27.-Aruii Pashlia Ix
Iwiing continually unit instAtntily mub
miitted to insulti which aire not in l
keetping wills thie ourtesien due a
priaoner of war.
sot"e RIlI see Rapidly. I
NiW Yol:;K. Oct. 2S.--J. C'. Tiffany, a
onmnerly iiiian agent in Ari.m'.a, w* ,
arrmted thi4i auteTtrnoo<i chiurgel with
o*.fnliiracy to defraud the governient
of upwards of $6,uUU through iiibezzle- '
*w zed awriss. t
NEWRI'RN, N. C., Oct. 26.-An
enrthquake shiock wai felt here anid in
thie neighboring townx last evening.
HOUseS were violently shaken and a
loud rumbling nolne wa" heard. The
negroes terror strickcn fled to the 1
tields and prayed for hours. i
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WARHINOTON. Oct. 27.-The follow
ing prumotons have been annBounced
by the PrCident, la consequence of the
retiremeint of General McDowell.
Brigadier General John Pope, to be
Major General, and Col. Roland Me
Densev, of the 4th Cavalry, to be Brig
adler Gkneral; both promotions to take
effect from to-day.
PueNpiag lh. Uae~et
NEW YQORK, Oct 27.-In response to
a circular of civil service relormn as
soelation candidates for congresa of
both patlei vry generally approved
of work da by the smociatiou and
may they shall support any proper
mianure tending to reform method of
electing federal ol .
A FeaetWAl mft
S27.,-It k be
lievq IsPmer, And
V ad&.of a preci
lap"iuWN f ls -a~rti ve of
thro fg themaelves ovw er being
Pa~mrbsN,~b a (1111 and
Lieut. (.Charrington chome the other
alternative, and were put to death.
Ems me""is 86 OeW1s.
MORRIS, Oct. 27.-A rousing, well
attended and enthuslastic mauws meet
ing was held here this evening, ad
dresed by Judge Reynolds and Mr.
Nelton. More than two thounand of
the republicans of tliis county are in
favor of Mr. Nelson. Rumors are out
that Brenner intends to transler the
denmocratic vote to Kindred. The
muala i*se of the Kindred strikers
in thibFea ,is servingthedemiocrats.
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Ti Saome ON aerl.
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 28.-Jiuo. Heycr,
Arfmerlty f leiabor of the farm of
Coryuis, Heyer &Co., trunk mane
faItrew, hlisi dieppeared with 1:6,(0,
leaving Ids fadly In destitute eircura
stanees. There are runnoe that be
was erimlnaUy intimate with a young
woman of the city, and finding him
self in trouble, heakipped. Heyer in
sixty-five years old and the wife lihe
left behind him Is sixty-three yearn
Weeaelg of Feveree Walters.
NEW YOPK, Oct. 27.-The pedestrian
on at Ie.. ni., stood. Flts Gerld 481,
Noreman 422; Hughes 420; Hart 408;
Hirly 402; Vint 374. Rowell'. stop
wars due to irregular action of the heart.
He will not be alitwed tb go on agin,
though he wants to and cays he lIs ableto
win the race, but his trainer and back
ers recognise that he in in a serious
condlkiesa. sel left the track on the
412 mile, hisi ttiec gave out Noreman
is the favorite with the betting men.
A afienge namh.
NEW YoKx, Oct. 27.-Thon. Hangly,
aged twenty-slx, a resident of Middle
Town, N. Y., and an employee of the
Pennsylvania railroad, met with a
strange death this morning. He was
a fireman on engihe No. 25, attached
to a freight train, and while putting on
his brake, coming down the grade, the
draw-head blew out, throwing him
from the engine; the train became un
manageable Od the ie erabshed lati
eachother. A stove in the caboose set
. Afire to five of the cars. Hangley was
Sfound dead on the track, his neck hav
. Ing been broken by the fall. The Jer
. sey City fire department extinguished
Sthe Saines i Uthe burning can.
Btlax iL . - arpublican
meetin last even.
* ing, pa I by I of the
I largest p s hboMal ip te county,
i it wan = 0 bmake a fir and
Spquare fight in the campaign this &1il
& for the eainddatea to be nominated by
I the repiublican convention next Wed
r neaday. The belief Is entertained and
Swaa exl r ed that every In
I ha e county -ne 'a
S organliation in INS and the rehubl
Sans propose to acopt the Invitaton of
( Col. J. . Richards and will inspect
i his bhaa stitoit 0llan gaining
r poension of them on the feAt of Jan
I uary next.
SA good Uatto for am exprenasmain:
"Hall thing. to all mea."-oaste
Water cript. Uv
waiter to p-U ti livrpeys-Pek.
sad maeel Aedm.a.
There arrived at the Commercial ho
tel, last night, a man, aecompialed by
his wife, who met with a very severe
accident while bunting bludo about
seventy-ave miles flat town. It
seems the lady, In some uasesountabl
manner, were thrown hem er bhoms,
and her leg besken. This eceurml
about three days ago, and be was o.
lil.ed to ride all the way to Miles City,
to have it set, whihe was doee lts last
J. K. Whito , Pumpkl. Creek ;
Ed s Pumpkin Creek; . Per
rln Pumkin Creek ; W. W. Beasey,
ChLbago;,. E. Werner, Denver; Rev.
. A. Harlow, Brseklya.
M. M. Mines, St. Paul Miss D.
Miner, St. Paul; Miss J. ,tiner, St.
Paul; Cbares H. Mi.er, t. L'aul; W.
. ,iJamnestowa, D. T.; . tLAde
. Washington D. C. i-. C. . re
.rlmsen, Chicago . B. ill, Mina.
Sol; Mia , New. York;
Miss A . H. Va wa, Ctolo;
F. R., Jnam ad Wilitanr IWndassis,
Paris; Samuel B aln& Blonoing
ton: James Radellt oaslto;
Alex. Bartlett, Bloomlngtoa.
W. S. Bas, Powder River B. F.
TeNbroeck, Cork, Ireland; . M.
Cbambers. Dsosantb, Oat; W. B.
The Wes sama.L
The weekly ediU.n of the TYw.Low
eroxs JonuNA,, ,enai alln the
aews of the week, oe he at
tlis ooelanr w m , or mail
1mg, and is JUst th. mal rto sad to
pfmdls in the eas being te beet
weekly psbshed In eastern Matosaa.
Dr. V. A. aleigh strted ar bShort
Creek ad Jnotloo CPy ysrday.
C. . 'IbTwa, t the Beas bst and
shle star, wearo Biling. yeisudy.
C apt.o q 7t U. S. Ia.atr,
bhm .as Rs Boo mg, was n
Lt. Brett~ tai d at Port Magin
al le, her. yeterday ir the eot, on
leave of slbseence.
Col. Studer is in Chiues shiapg
more goods for the hebolrdyat
W. B. Andrew. A C.
Mr. T. K. Greg, wbosmle drdut
of Minnespoll, sdaJournrsIed in te ity
yeetdy ad returned to Oadh. on
his way bck to Miahmespls.
Col. Haketl, latse f t.e ad aetilr,
ietlud, and a very gilant seer damr
lagh the war, has baees visilng at P..t
Kah, a guest of G . Whistler.
The Norwcgia minister to this
oosutry, wlho has bsn Isavellag nla
Montana the st week, is In the city
and qurtered at tbe Omad ( al.
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An Aptepuljpw Man#g.
In slang humor or Implied fun. sat.
ire of some sort is more or less an ele
ment. For example, when a gentle.
man is inclined to talk somewhat
tediously upon a subjeet which he baa
at heart, and on which his bhearers
don't, care to listen. istold to *hire a
hall." he is generaly able to see some
satire and the others some fun in the
recommodaiUon. slang has, in many
cases, a pith and nmagiime7 which
makes it not o0ly pasduaable, but
tolerable. It often exaprese a feelin,
If not a thoughtof the piasing day,
*hich could not be eo foribly express.
ed-for be day-in any other phrase
ulogy. It is generaly evanescent; but
sometimes it endures and besomee a
pat of the recognised vocabulary of a
language. For example, the word
**nob" was originally stan. It is
stpposed to be contraction-the first
sysable of "mobile vulgusa," a acorn
ful phrase for the lowesa order of om
moa peopli. "Taundeat." alaw was
origially a slang weed, ..*M, msew
nlug graiMt, fle, peeutpus, As now
peroeptibig luiashs intete rwlqnized
vocabulary of good seage. It is a very
convenestm and expresive word, and
hardly fall to appear i the "dielMn
Theydo say that the flSt question
asked byadoaeon visating Egypt wa:
"**ow what wen the real ftte at A
An improved order of Red Men are
holdI a eamvatlo a, flo, ,'.k
VT M We est " apptlu ears to In
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Mi al- .
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kistbek Mamas et aM whowg - inMmlat
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