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MILSe ('fTY, MONTANA.
BTRUIN VIIFFI.AlI,. Ar'.hit'et and Builder.
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leediuft agad c.t Ielu . ?lain rI'dm. YMemauad
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(Aa tYloiE.'J.,e Attorney a Iaw. "llin.a, M. T.
bJ Pmarliec in ail courts el the T'irrkteiry.
MILES CITY, U. T.
J08. LI:IGHTON, -I' RHIDENT.
KICH'D E. STOERL, ('ASHIER.
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DI RE(TORR :
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11sh.Id Goods and Preimd NUta.
CUPIDS CIONNI CROOKS
Were Never More Interesting to
Study than are the Grist of
Newsy Items that
Is Furnished the Readers of the
Little Morning Journal
This Sabbath Day.
The Telegraph Brings the News
of the Pardoning of Bob
Ford.---It Tells of
A Killing Picnic in Texas---Of
the Bold Work of Forgers
in Wicked Chicago.
It Brings Tidings of the Down
fall of a Pennsylvanian for
Shoving a Bogus
Check, Followed by the Poison
ing of a Family by Boarding
The Ireat Sh11L
LEAVENWoKTU, Oct. 27.-The arimy
rifle contest at Fort Leavenworth
eloted to-day, the Atlantic divixion
taking the first meldal. Thie shooting
wam witnessed by a larger crowd than
.any previuun day. Thlie nmedal were
Pirw'nted to thie winueri by General
.licerii.,n on the parade ground In the
i(repn t .7.i tmi troo|m in the garri
1On. T'. . iumade very fitlting
remark. 1.v y \ tmuipliimeitary to
SvrAe... !;urrttt on his winning. At
tie i' olot of time <ont-et the mmarkiunen|
stoodxl in the following order: Barrett, I
of the Atlautic; 1)unClarke, of the
PIuelfie; Jamuies A. Duly,of the Atlantic;
Ilurringt'on of the Pacific; Horluiies of
tihe Atlantic; Stanton, of thie AlMiauri;
Merriuin, of theI Mhmouri; lekitley, ol
the Misnsouri; Wergeirottr, of thie Mis
Qouri, and O'Keefe, of the Paitfic. At
I lit lt.e of the contest thie four troops
of eavi r:, one battery of artillery and
rive commjridies of infantry were drawn
uip on tiue parade ground in Aill dres.
''the imarksuimen were then drawn up in
the centre of the battalion and . Lieut.
liedinjan, the regimental udjutant of
thie twelfth infmintry read the order
awarding the prizus. Generuin Shlier
tuman and 6ieridan and Senator and
Mr.. LiKan left at 4 o'clock. General
Sherman, for St. Louis and 8heridan
And Senator Logan for Chicago.
A Bradelder Fre 8ev. CFr1el.
AIBANY, N. Y., Oct 28.-The fol
lowing letter bty Governor Cornell was
mnide public to-day:-State of New
York executive cimumiher Albany, N.
Y., O.t. 21. i-2. Dear Sir:-Altliough
peis'vin; a trimmangr, will you lwrmiti
me to ot ti my refoictful mid nin<ere
conigrtuinitiions on the nimanly and
ihonorable stuind you have taken in de
clining to secure a seat In congre-z un
Per thie conialderitions required of you
oy thie local Iarty managerm The ten
lency of reunt years to secure political
resulis by corrupting votern b)y ex
travagant expenditures of money is
one of the imost alarminig features of
our times, and it is a wholesome dem
oxntration when high minded citivens
retame to reeogn le this disgraceful and
oorrodliig system. Your position in
the opinion of gowd citizens is far
miiore honorable than a dozen terims in
-ongrms, as a resultof bribwry and cor
ruption. With sinoere respect and es
eeinl. Yours very truly,
ALONZO P. CORNELL.
ro Hon. L. W. Crankhilte, Band Hill,
The Flsegm Faeeehm.
PARIS, (kt. St.-The recent labor
troubles appear to he due to the An
mrchlts Ompmirney, an orgmniatoiou
oompised of young men and thoroughly
Orguniedl, which hold regular
monthly meetinga lin Geneva. A rapid
4uccetlion of firem in Lyons, caumes
umich. allnempufj. . The(tavernmseit
In beinr fri *4y -rititdld r not hungy
inlg 0lon;r thir 0 riial of the prisoners ar
re.t-l for rioting during tihe trubhles.
rwo r>inIilln newspapers at Lyoas,
imagln o mr ed that thbdw alloc
-r U-mm - IIew
CAMDEN, N. J., Oct. 28.-Walter
Whitmore Is so seriously ill with the
Bright's disease that few if any hopes
of his recovery are entertained.
I,-,g as mEls.
HARlIsnuR n, Oct. %.--Frmnk A.
Crowl, assitant potmaster at Well
tairo, has been arrested for rifling reg
istered letters. Iia stealingeu amount
to a considerable sum.
BuFrr Lo, N. Y., Oct. ?2.-Alvlh
Regan, a hotel keeper, with his wife
and children, were polisoned by pan
cakes. One child, Frankle, has died,
and the two may recover. The fatht r
and mother are in a critical oundltion.
A Tewan KMuhn loo.
GALVESmTN, TEx., Oct. 28.-The
.'ieao San .lbsb special says:-Zall
Jones was killed by his cousin Wnm.
Jones, iu a quarrel about a horsme race.
They are the personm who had a shout
ing scrape with a constable some time
Toa Fee W Ih Is Obuk.
New YORK, Oct. 28.-Charley
Bailey, of Erie, Pa., was arrested to.
day, charged with swindling under
takers by means of bogus cheeks. He
first gave an order for eotfns and then
tendered a cheek, taking the balance
algod eM ras row Olio.
NEw YORK, Oct. 8.-Thle steamer
Alena for Central America ports, soon
after leaving the dock came in collision
with the United 8tate Iron clad, Nan
tuck, amd had the iron casting on her
bow uashed. The Alena made water
so fast, that she was beaehud at Ely.
lona Fields, to prevent her sinknlg.
T1 Eleer aseesbs ames AqIsi
NT. LoUis, Oct. a.-A Post bdIpat.A
special fromt Pltttaburg, Mo., samy tlhe
jury in the ease of Robert Ford,
charged with murder of Wood Hite,
after being forty-one hours out, re
tunred a verdict of not guilty. Bob.
was warmly congratulated by his
fiends, and telegraphed the finding of
the jury to wenaor (Crittendeon.
ItavpM Tr-iM ia MadN Eates.
WASINUsYoNS, (Oct. S.-The iuil'
collectors of Waisiington, are exlw-ri-'
iumating in the use of tricycle to col
I lect mails. Thie results ure very suatis
factory. The collector being able to
go over his route in much leaw time
with greater enw. The vehicle is
specially prepared for collecting nialls,
being provided with a bag for imail
matter. They will be adopted gener
ally in large cities.
Ye..g Wleeds I. TraiN.
CHICAGO, Oct. 2.-The detectives
have diacovered a bold band of young
forgers, who's quarters and acconmpUces
are at St. Paul, For some time, nmuch
forged pape-r has been floating, but tihe
orgunizatlon iwas no complete that the
I principle offenders cannot be located.
All are maid to bold'responsible po|i
tions. Thu forgeries amuounted to sev
eral thousand dollars. Two young
nmen were arrested last evening, and
the dutectives are very muiltiled. The
son of a leading nimerchant in luiplivua
ted. _ _
-fepe Owde med Suates.
NEw YORK, OctL 2.- has. iSchrobe,
asted thirty-five, foreumna of feed
k .ndlern of tlie third avenue railroud
i comnpany it W0 H. street and third
avenue, made adelhiberate attempt, thisi
afternoow to murder hif uncle, the
i president of the conmpany, Louis Ly
Son, In the latter's office. Hlie tired two
*shots at him without doling any harnm,
then lputting tihe pistol to his own hltiend,
i lie blew his brains out, dying In titeen
Smilnutes. The cause that led to the
Sbloody deed are wrapped in mystery.
Presidenlt Lyons was so close to him
Sthalint the powder burnt the skin on hile
Sforlitad, anid the ball Westched a rit.
Siesea blse atbreh ls.~
Pu £AUiLr'ULA, Oct. .-The final
r final ceremony of the centennial
Scelebration took place to-night at
i arademy of miusic. After the musical
r exerelms which were partlclpated In
r by 1,21a) achool children. District At
I ltarney Graham delivered an addressm.
i He was followed by Oovurnor lloyt
Swho mistld the deliberatlonsu ani labors
Sof tlhse who had devised aid nianaged
Sthe celebration, could be expnwcmed In
, two words Triumph and sueestm."
SThe Rev. Dr. ColetK presideat of
i LabtrHte college, akiard the exereke
wiv a bendlktlom.
a5elu As mrved.
MILES CIlY, Oct. 28th. 1882.
Edltor JarNIl :
Pie. se answer the following Inquire4
and oblige a voter :
First.-Has our present deegte to
congrem ever done any goodfor the
Mecond.-Has he ever been of say
service to any resident of Montana,
during the pInt ten years?
Answer Second.-None but the Dia
mond R. outfit and himself, and he
belongs to Minesota, being a reuldeut
andl tax-payer of Red Wing.
Dese..'s Lest Break.
It's not often that lightning strikes
the editorial sanctum aid ruLb. the pro.
feuion of a shining light. But few
inutances are on record, u- In the case
of Frank Hatten, who w~:, jumped
from the Ha wkeye oficel to the post-of
flee department at Washington. The
Wisconsin editor who is trying to run
Booth, Barrett and MoCullough fron
the stage, by p~eylng Hamlet, in Chi
cago; and Col. Pat Donan, who dreeop
ped from the sublime to thile ridlgqlow,
by leaving the Fargo .Argu. to engage
in the classic calling of selling real es
tate. We hope, however, he Ill make
a car lead of money.
fle DBad Oim so 14f
Among the lost sheep heard from. is
our friend F. E. Thayer, well known
here in Miles City, as the "book iend,'
who left for the National Park sam
weeks ago, to take in the sights of
wonderland. The report ense here
some time ago, that he was making a
close examination of "old falthfal,"
the giant geyser, and had lost his bot
hold and tumbled to the bottom, a dl
tanes of three hundred and ninety
feet, takluing with him a complete set of
Cyelopedlas, also works on natural
history, (askell's eempeUdism, a book
he was terribly "stuck on," Iueleding
a revised edition of the bible. It is a
.known bet that he hashcheek and now
we notice, by the Helena lerald, that
he has turned up in that town with a
flal supply of books, talking them up
in good shape, and telling of the good
qualities of his works. We hope our
Mkiend Thayer will make a paying trip
to this city in the near future, as he is
always a welomue visitor.
POINTEXX "OS THE WOMEN. I
Voltaire-Womien teach us repose,
civility and diginity.
Le-iug-Nature meant to make wo
man Ito niastrrpiece.
WhiLtier-If woman lost us Eden
such as she alone retores it. *
Lmuarnine-There in a woman at the
beginning of all great thinKgs.
E. 8. Barrett-Woman is first at the
cross and earliest at the grave.
Richlter-No man can either live
piously or die righteous without a wile.
Voltaire-All the reasoulugs of men
are not worith one sentiment of a
N. P1. WillIs-The msweetet thing In
life is the unclouded welcome of a
Ile-echer-Women arc a new race re
created since the world received
Leopold-But one thinX on earth im
beUtter than the wife. That in the
Shaespeare-For where Is any author
In the world teuches such Lbeauty as a
Mlchelet-Wonman is the Sunday of
man; not his repose only, but his joy,
the sadt of his life.
Margaret Fuller Oaoll-Woman is
born for love and It in Imposslble to
turn her from seeking it.
Loulm thenoyem-A woman may be
ugly, ill shaped, wicked, ignoranut,
silly and stupid, but Iadly ever ridic
Lord Langdale-If the whole world
were put into a wcale and my mother
into the owther, theU world would kick
Malerbe-There are only I wo beautil
ftal things la th world, wume anad
roesm, aMd only two owest Udag, w,
men and mnwoonm.
Haville-Women have mor remnik,
In tldir tuok* than we have In. our
lawn, and more power by tbtr tear
than we have by our arguinmehta.
Thackersy-AlmeBt aR wsMw will
gtive a sympathistan hesring t"ame
who are In love. Be they everan AuI
ithey grow young agaln It that muve r
a lNoo, and renew thdrrat ewly ier.
MUu Nte not quite so g*e5t3a
City Drug Store,
DEsl r Ias
igs aid Iedicis.
LIQUORS & CIOAI'.
EteAyt ing on hand ge.r.t. kE p'
in a ocU reguatted drsg /Iauet. I
Ceasectig a Speassh whis Rodgers'
Dlly Sae for
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Monday, W~iinewlay and Frid*i
mxornings at A fs'chmk. For iMuwac f~r
utiy informatimn apply to
As Je MAXWELL, PROP.
I 'Main Street, Miles City, M. 'r
it i, to the imierms t ofall ho ate unsqua*uk~m
with The quality of Coal ..t this 1U63t17, beApie
mkssi rraslmeta for winter ("eI twnall..
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1 ~MILI3 CITY. MONTAN~A
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