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NILFa'CmT. - ONTANA.
BYlU(!l VlclYiI. Nl'. Archi:t and Delher.
Ilans and J... iflaittlote luni~ncd. i~tprrln
t1adlaa and eatiw·ate'.. Main Mreet, Bertrand
C 3. LEB:'IER, M. i. ",
LJe HYIdCL'4*U4 IlL 343OL.
Oa'ato City iDrug Store.
J. AY WOOD,
J liIYt4ICIAN ANI ut'ROEON.
Olo Intlo. the Journal Ilulhaan, Wlals Itrest.
J . TiIEvELL. . II. GAROCK.
" l1IKVKLI. di I:AKIWK.l(
Atterseys It Law. 4)01.-c one ioaor Westl *eCert
Ilouw. 3aie City. Jutaatame.
`SAM WILLE. Atturney at Law. Ilillings i. T. 1
a P taiae is all court i d the Terrltory.
MILES CITY, Me T.
JofI. LEIUHTON, PI-PEIDENT.
RICH''D E. STOW ER, CASHIER.
Authorlleti apltid, " - $2,5,000.
Paid up (Capital, $ 80,000.
Jos. LlRbolITO?, Rww'H. E. STOWER.
ALREDI Mvi:its, Wx. H. OL"RIK.
ii1O. 11. MlLbuK, JOHN J. GRAHAM.
Jnx. S. BRIDBiIN, U. 8. A.
*etrbaa National aik, Ie. Yark Cit .
Merchasem Loan and Trust Cu.. ('ss
I Nerchans National aIlk, ii Pad, NIs..
h ve peeptaue ie furnish the edines ef Mihe
City with a
Oar u . kdI~l M tbl .ie, or t tk dIy
Wae B.l h Yrlo"" St wa.
1OR THIL CKL3AYUT
tri. 1. !º
TIE RUSSELL MIRDER CASES
Further Details of the Sad Affray
at Billings Friday.
McArthur Claims Self-Defense.
His Story and that of
A Nevada Newspaper man Shot
at Eureka, the Result
of a Quarrel.
Wicked Kanucks Rob The Ex
press Office at Winni
peg of so,ooo.
Old Ben Butler Narrowly Es
Te Tregse t M lag..
SMeil to tL Yellowasm Dall Jouradl.
(itorge A. MeArthur, and not James
McArthur is tile nause of the ,uau
who sus Jt. I. Ruaell il Mat RIode
maker's atabu and billiard hall. Mc
Arthur was, at his own request, arre.
ted. In tile absenlce of curoner Her
sey Judge Uhustead act,'d as coroner,
and euiannueiled tile following jury:
T. M. I'mtncl, r4. Lealach, D. A. Lar
son, Capt. J. tully, M. Willard and J.
I . tIter. Mr. R. T. Alleni acted ua
clerk and carefutly noted diwn all the
evidence tetsmled to Ioy the dittbr.un
witueLme. lamsel Wild conaducted
the aime in behalf of the people, ant
Judge Porter periorlming a smisualar duty
on tIhe Ulde li the accuned. Mdt Itode
mitker, tle first witness called, testified
in ctatlane, tlLat yst..rliay alternooma,
Russell mnd McArthur were in hims a
(laimt, whein a quarrel ar(ne between
thlen anud thiy clinched, both ailling
to toie Dlour at the maume tlune witness,
with time alsantanc: of' Janest . Ward
ieprated thesea; itunell anmse and
waahed hiumlf asend walked out. Mc
Arthur then pr.c.uded to wash hibhlan
when Ituneal mcnne in with smnmethlngl
n hit hiand ald struck at McArthlur
who drew a revolver and shot Rusell
an the abdohlien. Wituem heard othler
ihots iiullediately ollow tile strit, but
did not see tieis fired. Jaunems W.
Wat' corrobborated Rode.nmaker'm testi
mony. Dr. Porter testilfled tihat they
called upon himu and when he resh
ed te plae lie found James Rumasll
lying oil thie flor gruanlag arnd pulse.
lea anid McArtlhur atting in a chair
by hli ride with a revolver In his
hand. McArthur sid : "1 shot him
twice in tie head ; rend for aul ofllcer;
I shall inot ivee up amy gun to anyone
but a constable." The doctor drew his
attesntion to tihe wound in Russell's
aldom.e. and asked him if lie had
done that, but McArtlhur made no re
ply. 'Time witness maid eltiher of the
wounds was sutmldent to cause death.
Mr. Hanson idenalifed the revolver as
one he had lust in MeArhur's on the
iitLh inst. It was a thirty-two callbre.
five-lmut revolver. The jury hLuuglmt
in a verdlct of willfl nmurder against
McArthur. We were unable to obtain
a copy of the evidence as takenl down.
WA4HuN sN.v, Nov. 4.-Col. J. D.
Wlkins, of the Filth C'uvilry, has
"ei. 1itrdernd to report to the eminian
ding Generl'm deloirtiient, Dakota.
Warresuls by 2b. Whubeele.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4.-Unit4A States
Sulervior Alien himas warrants for the
arre-t of nearly one thouaiind |rerwns
in Brooklyn believed to have fraudu
iMbasam Selb.*.er SouLk
MAN FRANCINCO, Nov. 4.-CluyanuM
diaMtlch 'mays Mexican seboo ner Ex
cellor, Capt. Manning, is arep orted lost
offAlltat, 28th ult. One of the crew
was found on a reef, the othier are
supposed to be lout.
RMbberu X of *a.U preis Go'.. 1e.11
ST. PAUL, Nov. 4.-Speldnl to the
Tribune ft(oni Whlnlneg mays the
Aiecrlican expriwnM oftte thelier wars
robldl- of $10,MpiN. There Im no clue to
the tlieviv. No imrtlculars have been
given out by the offioers.
NKW YORK. Nov. 4.-A feud that is
feared, will kad toa serklou remults, broke
out at Selasaket4, Loig Ilaiamid, between
colored and Irish psolde who recently
camine into the place in great numibers
to work In the rubier fitatory. A few
nights ago a while man was b.dly bea
ten by sone negroca, and in aretallation
whitea best every coulorWd umaa they
foead so the utreets, with utius and
Plute and ieveral |Nesfso wVo bmdly
injured. The negro dwellungs wtre
attacked and windows aad dosun wiie
broken. The sellw finally apwamred
armed with bhot UMes, whenM Uasuall
saw fled, but frther trouble is uw
ker iUb to pessess.
WASoIn roiT, Nov. 4.-Mr. Barton
called to-day on District Attorney
Corkhlll, aled Ianformned hium that he
dlsirtl that a nolle p,r.saiui Iwentered
ii, the pendlnt can againslt youstgm
$atildo, o ,swaulltt with i'st,.u to kill.
Iap maM Fwe.
HARTIPrInR, Coax. Nov. 4.-An ex
llosiMh, this no, sit (ChapIman's mue
tallie cartridge fwt",ry, Sumeld, de
stroyed the hIulldinq. which was
',wned by a New York firm, andt
injured seven workmen. The ex
Iliainn resulted from thie accildental
ignitioi of lulsinlate of ,sunury. Ta'e
wr.eck oaught fire and was lburned.
Junmes Maunders was fatally injured,
having boIl hlands blown off, and
Charles Brewsatr and Jamimes Lyolns
very hldly burned; otllher escaped
with lesas dangt r asu Injarles.
The Cam. Swrtb
C ICAlAoo, Nov.4 .-Hsg re,-eipt'10I0;
-hipaneits 3.tuI; glen ral demand week
i.cld lam lower medium 2ir.7a,1;;
Ihe..vy 710(.,774 ; higrst 6)3(.710;!
wlhipimelita 4o. iN(ll. Cattle receipts
2 .J)0; shipn ants ..i0); very quiet,
valuesa *tenad' .lsid receipts nominial
6UlN(el. 11; good to choice shipping
310 U( 576; o......~a to fair 4(5i0)0 snixed
butchenri slow bet steadv 25(sl.400;
biulk 2:.p5i3O; stockers and feeders
weak 2tUi( 418.; range steady ; Texana
310.0,841i L r cals ; steers. 3t0lif,451;
anmounts 425(411; sheep receiptsl
301o0; shipmetsa 27IO; demand fair;
market stetdy, inferior to fair. 20 K(4i 5;
itmedlunl t'b, MiA 3i0(9401; choice to
A Ltasi iar sl.
KEIOKUK. IOWA, Nov. 4-Six years
ago an eccentric Spaniard was in thin
city. He dien in Hlln a short time
saice. He had ,oly one child, a girl
twelve ymare old, and it .eeisa he
wanted her raised as a pnotestant, andl
itl his eccentriiety appinted (ieorge
Bland,l a colored blacksLiiis of tails
city, her guardlian. He a.de contract
with a priest im Spain for carryling out
h b will, which uevwides that time priwt
Shall receive lSI..O0l in case the caodi
tiousi of his will are fulfilled, other.
wine nothing. (George Bland is to re
ceive the name aumsount for vuadian
lship of the child, who gets Alit0.un11, a
large amount ofdiaunmndsand Jewelry.
The aian is now an the way to Spain
to look alter the matter.
A iMW el at Eurekia.
EL'REKA, Wov. 4.-A fatal shooting
occurred here about 4 o'clock this
alteriuton as [rai atreet, between
Jailcd'A. Andernn. formerly of New
Orleans, editor of the Eureka t.ening
Lcauider, a republican newpalper, and
(eorge IF. Rick, the republican candl
date for superintedataui of public
isatructlio. Mr. Anderson was shot
through the blaldder and lower bowels.
but teek was not hit. Andenson is in
a 'hlangerous condi I n. Reek alter
elupt ylug hlis six shooter running up
the street and adtleron pursulng and
trying to fie tie third timne at him.
but deullting on seor.unt of the crowd
ed cndliion ofthe streets. The cause
of trouble war a quarrel in regard to
ipoltic. Stories as to who fired the
rt shot conflicting.
Aveldlag .e Meb.
LouI'sNII.I.E. Nov. 4.-Judge Oeorge
N. Browi., who grutated a chunge o0
venie in cascMs of Neal and Cralt. at
C.ttleburg, the day betore afliir with
Mott and Aishlan, io; at Frankfort.
Ihaving left hi homie to avoid the fury
o; the inob, which his firli nl9 fearetd
would ie uireetdl against him. The
cili/A s nofCutleburg offtterel their ser
vicest to p"Ktet iin, but Bnrwn
deeiwted it C at to almeit hiniself until
the exeitenetilt aulwhidiil. as" lh. feared
thiat thil very offtter of prottion intght
Ivd tlo a (xllilloii i-twi en hr inoli and
the law abidiug eitizens, which he (it
airedt to avoid. Prominent citizeien of
Ashland haive telegraphed to BrowiI
that tie mituatloion ha chainged and Is
quiet He will return homue to-nmorrow.
PolNoel Poasle In Peo.iveooWl.
PHULAD.LI*PhA. Nov. 4.--Coloniel
Matnewo Quay, neerttary of the Conm
monwealth, reigned hi offitcr. Al
though Uov. Hoyt reeived a telegruin
lhat night, It waa not until thi4 p. an.
that the resignation was maide public
through thei medium or the telegrani
sent lay Col. Quay to It. F. Chandler,
him mu't at Harrirburg which wasua fol
lows: (4ov. Hoyt retelved my reig.
nation lay tekgraph ut t6:.'i1 yetenlrdy
evenims, and i ami no longer eteretary
of the Conin'onweatlh. I preaume lihe
will umiiault with Stewart and Pattenaci
and appoint a *Ucew. or 1hor0ly, who
will utieeid to unihigniled coumniniiwns.
Lhigned] M. 14. QUAV.
Mr. Quay lays his resignatiou wi
cauned iy Uov. Hoyt's letter tipnLUsing
independent republikMn cause, whil-h
wau published yeterday ayternon.
As aoon as I hat red t hat letter, Col.
Quay aid I telrmphaedl imyv realgan
tUon to Harrisburg. I felt tiat I nould
not countinue nlu close relationi with
the Governmor. In any telegram I Uten
deftd nay proupitiry migWtiaoo,
which wa to take lunntediate WRet.
It tated tbMat I weould heat Harrisbuig
next week to wttle up mny aonuanto.
I maint that the GovernPorhould give
publivity to my atiutW to-day. 1 Wnr
osived a numbts ot u=lgued Weftnne.
sloims fromA C(adler, nay "hn to
hiin was nit latlvued or puhlMi*o.
Gov. Hoyt'ls at-s will nutAe *i the
...sl UIamlak .
MILWAUKEe, Nov 4.-Flnur quiet
and ucelan ed. ,~p in grades, $4.UI
(,41 00. Wheat o.n, t and aroUng. No.
2 hard, $1.tI; No. ' Irwh. 944; No. 4,
131; Dec., 94j; Jun., `I; Feb., SN;
year, 031 ; No. 3, 81.
SQUINCY, Ills., Nov. 4. - -The habeas
corpus case of Mark (i;rv rthe would
be assaoln of Edwin 1,, , h coneluded
Io-day, reulting in an ,.rdetr for his di.
charge frr, the au 1ia~ for Insane at
Elgin, as cured.
MINNEAPOLIS, N2oV. 5.--plnk &
Co.'s drug storeC. E. Jones' uash and
blind sales monPand Mann's Savoring
extract works were burned this after
nomm. Lam. $48.000. Insured $30U,nJ0.
The cause wu a lamp explosion in the
cellar of the drug store.
TaU Tean Fuvees.
WArHI.onmN, Nov. 4-From figure
oeiial of the aunesment of the 1).trlct
!of Columbih, It appea , the capitol
building, $15,09,6M1J; mrounds, $7.107,
5WM5; white house, $7&jr50; executive
stables, $29,4-1; suddida to ttresury
Kdepartment building and grounds,
$1,t94,4-54; .tate, war and navy de
pairtment buildings, $ 11.t161; agrl
culturaldeprrtmnnt buildings, 1861825
and the grounds, $7Ni8,uti: Smith
mnlatn, $U' 6.51; nation mlumenuta, $Zi,
00, mrounds, $2.55,37.7M national
monument grounds, $$l.R15.7TI; the
Washington m nmument. $1MI,000.
IA Um.s M.tuie lr UM ders Mae Ams.
SiAN FRAx('ssco, Nov. 4.-Virginia
City dlspatches report the wile of
SDanlel (ilusett, ndian.r, in a fit of In
sanity lelt house night Ibebre Inst tak
a ing with her her little .abe and two
i maall children. She returned yester.
day with the two oldest children hav
I jg been in the moutaitus all the pren
~vious ight during a heavy snow
storm, explainlng that the Iabe had
t nnoyed her by crying and she had
t cut its head o wl h a hatchet. The
t, statement proved true. Ofitlers tot
day found the body w!th head severed.
The wman has beetn lc' ,I up.
Narrow Easpe of Gen. Butoter.
1k lV.. \I-;, MANAm., .\,.. *.- it hta"
ju.t It , 4d out that (; 1i. !-t , 1 caille
near Ieing drowisell ;iuay even
I iijg. lie caite up tihe river in the '.
L. Mauier, und just Uat tbcup|>rtledge ol
the rupidsi, lour nilesI tIelow thi, place,
t to stensiner ail uilmin a rock and stuck
there. It was Indctpfsiatsble thalt en.
Butler should loe at Lawrence at mit
early l hour, ainl it small I'uat carried tly
the steaUier w:sm lrmuhlit alongside said
(Gen. Butler, Mayor fireen, Hon Caleia
Saundersm a. I tpt.Hoiirns IHlootk places
in it. '"I. wier was runuing swistly
ind 1.- the lsoat wl ias hmalled the
i;. -. 11 ; m u, k it u.ider counter
. 'i , namer.nt. list enleavioring to push
it cleir the lK)uI t W1t \:'. .rl S.' wtnsll|p
ed, uanid eanii ftlort t( i- it matters,
nl*v misuale tlhem worw'. 'l'he current
wa.a .4 swilt hlit osily extraordiinary
atrong swisuniirns <ould ewaltpe l-ingH
drawn into the rupids uud whiriled
dows. the river a infle or two tftiore
'still water could be read-ied. Fortu
isately the deck haisds. after much ef
fort, succeeded in hauling each ninnon
Insird. 'T'Ic Gv nerni enncapsIg witll
bunged up hat and thoroutli wetting.
PeaIlUes for Illegal VetUag.
Froni the revised atatutesof Montana:
Src. SMJ. Any person guilty of stuf
fing any hallot box, either by false
bottons or in any manner wliatevu,
be:ore the votes are couuitj -r while
leissg counted, and tay inilge of
election who shall kP.. im jly counit or
read off the votes falaely shall be
deemied guilty of a telonsy, and upon
coil viction thereof alshall tw imiuriloned
III the territorial primon lor each and
every oittee 'soco nvicted for not lews
than one nor mor thiuu live years.
t6m,. ,i17.-Il any Ipesonh or pisvons
at uny elettions hield by i rtue ol any
law ti this territory, shall «tther toy
tihore, fraud, Btealth or otherwime de
Stromy, obtuin or attenipt to obtain pux
ieeuion o) alqy imllot IN)x, or any lial
lot or IutiloHto therelis deposited, or any
poll book, tally lit or otoer artittui
kept and used by the Judges and clerks
In conducting such election, witle the
voting at such election is going on
during the day of election, or tthier
betowire or after thie balhlta liave been
taken unt ol the ihox and counted by
thie judges of election. shall be deemed
guilty of a ftelony, and upon convictios
teretof to be luiprisoned In the tere
toriul prinos foreachi maid every ofteime
wo -oosvlcted, for a term of not lm thau
one nor more than five yeam.
Kac. S&. Assy person who 1hall
vote or attenipt to vote in the unae of
any other pesmauna, uotherm than his owna,
aid any pesumn wiMI emuses, ids, or
abets any perwn to to vote or attempt
to son vote, a"all, Upe ronvukhiun
theisn, Ie puaMiuld lor each uftliue
by iprisaunatent In ue territarial
pahssi not laew than one year, nor muol,
8lMC. aL If gay 410rtu 11il votee
uwir than mm at wp ekiet"i, or
Whall knalu hand lii Iwo ur nmom
Ucket Wd tUeUhr, a shliall attempt
Sto vot mee ti octre at the wane
eletges, he shadB, an convk'tlo tihew
of, be 1uuah W4 hlirisonment to
the K1u1ibl6 11ar a tern not inM
tam aie yr, mr aw taua Ive
Cit Drug Store,
] l~Derer an
Drus aBd eicke.
i Cwtttlf m ----^mpsuaimL
LIQUORS & CIWAI*
Erwrything op hand gf n" ry kja
in a witl rcytlattd drug /houiw. 1
Illes Cit & Speafsh
SConnecting at SpearHsh with Rodgers
Daily Stage for
"PThe stage leamv Miles Cit.
i Monday, Wedn&lay and Fridis
* fminornts at 8 o'clock. For Imaingce ur
a iny informuation apply to
2 A. J. MAXWELL, PMP.
- 1 Main Street, Mikl City3. M1. T
It is to thed intlvet of all who am usa,, ft
I with the qiuality of Co1 f this country. tlf.,r.
makingp arrangeTmeuts fur winter's fuel tuczanl
I the coal of the
e I H.TER KNO WN AS
'i. which hs besm. L usi here for the past thre« year.
*andailwaysgs umlvras lst 'fctIae. TIis rusl
SIJut a rec5mmrde. All t r'I ompt
I111".. Msmmable discoMt sur Lr Unit,
leave UnOnss at
I. I . .AVAE & 00L. TUM.
1 Ur AdUesm
I W. N. HAINES,
1 MNILES CITY, MONTANA
SPOwTOFCU ADORMW PO 2V*.
e Natie i ehery give that aU of that
11 par of the swaof Mle City locate on
the a. w. 1 of te a. e . saad lotme .
*fand asfs, M. a. mage q, a.
and set &iemlm oeM o' oessted t
i- ^mis nsssrat w toeardt
f at de^^P b MImgBMg^^Vpsb