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DAILY YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL
VOLUME I. NO. 6. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMEtR aS, Nss. PRICE TIN CENTS.
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Lai eI ocu-Fi tecu cent. ppeer Int. fee SM sad
IM semis per limo 5.r eath sur4 .nuat igaegedem.
WeIs ups twenty cents. per IIew.
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JOURMNAI. III lJ.l1INEI.
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WILmas CITY, MNAA
C e MII, . D.
6ccf at CILi Ifrug $oro.
J JAY W'(*,D.
"9 I'I4Y,'ltIAN ANDRIUROIOK.
OS"m blow thr harmsl Mudditlg. Maims *toet.
T W. MTKKVELL 1. II. OIARLCK.
We MTNTHELI. & (it3Ioc*.
Aitoeu·s Of Law. ti~ce ate d.or Wet"of Comit
flees', Mike ('sty, Mlontan
`A WILDE, Aner(ºry at la. $1111lsp, M. T
4.7 Prst er inall eorts of the Tervrl.
MILES CITY, M. T.
JOB. LEIGHTON, - PREMIDRNT.
RICH'D E. STOWERI, CASHIER.
Authoriml Capital, $215,0W.
Paid up Caipital, - - .50,0o.
JOn. LFIEI(ITV, RICH. E. 8'rowEa.
ALFxRE Mv.:mm, WM. II. O(JTHRI.
O(ft M. Md11.-:r>. JOHN J. GRALAX.
JAN. . BitiMaiN, U. 8. A.
Chatf sm NatllonAl allk, New York CtP.
Michmlma lAun amnd Trust 4:o.. (lc .
S Mocnats Natlonal hank.f. I i. Ni..
SIs sow prepared to fuirnish the ealUanm of Mlsm
City with a
Superior guity ofCal
OWiale l helr f it al this oie, or ua the CAtU e
ealooe, Ilightun, Jorium & Co's. stoe md at
W. A. Burleigh Jr's. Store.
FOR TIId CRIEBBATED
NION HALL SALOON
Re!!ttmwds af ll kiad. Wem
J-Oh Sbq P--
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UAVE IEAR TIST PE
Performance Occured at Yank
ton Yesterday, and he is
now a Good Indian.
Gen. Grant Again Rushes to the
Front in Behalf of Gen.
Fitz John Porter.
Prospects of a Monstrous Strike
Among the Coal Miners of
the Pittsburg Region.
Terrible Accident to a Stock
Train Near Hudson, Wis
Beecher's Law Suit---Work of
Man-Eaters on the Amazon
Politics in Minnesota.
HANGIONG OP BRAV B AR.
YAXKTUxI, D. T.. Nov. 1».-Brave 1
Bear. the Sioux chief was hung to-day
in a yard back of the jail for the mur
der of Joseph Johnson, near Ft. Mully I
in 1879. The execution was witnasd
by a few officerra and reporters, a high
board teace eutting otf the people out
side. He met his fate with Iandlan
atoliem, manlifesting no feeling except I
at the disgrace of dying by the rope.
He rnuestedu that his rela ves do not
reek to avenge his dali, and that they
omit thie usual moursaiig. ''he drop
fell at 12.30 and be was declared dead
in fifteen minutes. Another account
sas.v: Brave Bear. the ioux Indian
chief, convicted of time murder of JIs.
SJolhnsion, near Fort Sully on the l.5th
of May, 1879, was hanged to-day In the '
all yard, the execution being private.
The Indian was taken from the jail to
the United Sttaatei inarishal's office,
in one of the upper ruonmsof the court
hiouse, and there hound with strap
leaving his *et freaso that he could
walk to the scalflbid. After his arnus
were Ironed he called for somne one
that could talk Indian. With but
little delay an interpreter was procured
r(on the outside and held a few min
utes private cosversatimo with Brave
Bear its the Bloux lans. Meltuade
no coafesion nor did he the deed
for which he wa convilcted. lienusKid
the interpreter to s -fid w (i)d o Ili
lhople to make no attemnpt 1to vn
s"i death, and to kill no Iainr-t .jail
omit all other customanry mnurnmiiv
cxercises. He also requested that thU
message he had sent Ibe conveyed lby I
his people to the praidenst of the
a nited tatea, that the great father
might know hlie had iven them good
advice. At the conecluion of hbls talk
Brave Bear waa led to the place of exe
cution, Just outAide of the building.
He mounted the saflbld with a Anrm
tread, and stood calmly upon the trap
which was soon to drop from heneath
hinm and hurl lhim into eternity. His
legs were securely pinned by strap"
Sanid buckles. Tne rope was adjusted
about the neck and the awful momenit
had arrived. The black cap was then
Sdrawn over the face and mnt, of the
attendantMs stepped back to the aides of
the platform. Brave Bear began to
weaken and It was found ncemiuary lar
a couple of ofcers to stand near to
sustain hin. In hlII agiation he
caught hold of the drnopipg rope a It
S swung in firont of himnt and eluag to it
with the fingem of his pinioned hands.
An officer released his hold and moved
the rope back out of his reach. Thus
* he taool, bound hand and loot. with
his head covered by the blacuk ap.
awaitinlg the sigal that was to send
hin to instant death. A priet tien
advanced to his side, whispered a few
words of prayer and then stppejd back
to the edge of the platibrman. The offi
cer In charge pulled a strinU which
rang a bell In te astrshals offoe. A
man omweiled l the maha"s 'a nmn,
in response to the silgnal, Jerked the
Srope attached to the trigger under the
saflbid, and at preelsely 12:80 o'clock
Sthe drop fMl and the Indian shot
through the ewag mad as the rope
I pulled tohere was a cracking sound.
| He struggled for a few moments, but
the end came quickly. Soon there
was nouthin but convulsive twitchings
of the uMwcm«Jsdral *fteen maintes
b"mt he dt1e dM fell Brave Bear
wa pruaounced daby an attending
Spytan. Fifteen minutee latter the
by was out down and delivered to
an undertaker who laterred It ia the
SCalholle cter. There wid little
_" r qvrko't«^~ aon«.f~
was oagessmnMd whithout andent.
This in the Ant laisntanes where an In
dlie bee ha bes hung In Dakota lIr a
crtae aplast a white maa.
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PIlrraUou, Pa., Nov.-The ralraed
oial miner, of Pittsburg diutrict, in con
I v'ntlon this afternoou unaniuously
i .iewlved to strike Nov. 0, unles the
I peirartoir oncede thems an advadne of
I increase of oiw-half cent per bushel
for mining. The present rate ise
cents per btshel.
NEw YORK, Nov. 15.-At the con
cluuion of plaintlfh tethmony in the
suit arlinst Henry Ward Beecher,
growing out of his filure to complete
the second volume of the Ufe of Christ,
the counsel for Badeher moved to
dismis the ase upon the ground that
there was no date fxed for claning of
the contract Judge BItt held that
the plaintiff had tiiled t make out a
cae, but he would gnnt until to-nor
row for production of evldeneto show
limitation of contract, otherwise he
would have to dismis the case.
CHICAGO, Nov. 16.-Hegs--Receapts,
32,o00; shipments, 8,M0. Demand is
weak; market dull. Mixes, S6.l0(
6.00; heavy, 6.90e,7.8l; light, $.1M,()
6.70. Closed weak, with 1,l41 left.
Cattle-HReerpts, ll11,M shlpmentv,
3,n.a. Blds, M lower; vety sluggKh.
lkecline, 15 to 26. Clhote shlipmlents,
S5,0(n 6.10; common to ftir, $.L(a.
4.73; maexd butcher fairly active at
:K.:);'.UO; etoekern and eders low
at S2.76(,4.26. Texans agive; values
steady. Bulls S2..la2.5| cows, 8.00a
8.~; Ateem, 8l.*a4 L. ISta eLw-e
r epts, 6,000; shlpmela, l,1fn. Trade
more active. Values wk and lower.
Common to fair, $.6."5 ; medium
to fair, 3..i54.00; eboice toextra,$.2
nWOR ON MAN rUBaS.
SPANAMA, Nov. 16.-A young mer
chant of hBaratoos Potes, In
company with a .me Mend,, etab
Slihed himself on the ha* of the river
Putman In the virgin r, which
Scovered ntarly every hiot of the
ground. They built a hoMe, made a
small clearisg, and altnly saw their
way to a profitable buminess, when
they were visited by number of
SUevastoem Indiana, who eame otenSl
t bly to trade. They wean reorlved well
. ad were apluarntly atialed, tiut
suddenly they attacked and killed the
Columblan., and afterwards cooked
Sand ate then. The Indians never
I visited the place before and no one
Shad ever fallen In with then on the
SAmason. Other tribes als made their
a.ppearunce In difarent laees, and it
is believed smne powerl tribes are
Sdrivig weaker oan frm th heart Io
the unknown fortt, anl will kill and
Smurder whene'ver opportunity oflers.
Realdent <.-n thli i'ruttera ugst they
n may be driven fron their homea,
Sto wherev.r there may be slavery.
I lavve vesels ascended the Anmaon
Sand tributaries several times during
Sthe past few months In search of
ST. PAU'L, Nov. 1V-To-day a iad
accident occurred on the Omaha Co.'s
eastern division at Rtobert's station,
twenty miles east of Hudenn. The
stock train or Conductor O'Connor wzu
taking water there. O'Csmonor, and
brakeman nzatwil (.overns, a traveling
engineer nasnwd Finn, and men to
whomn the stolck belonged were li the
vaboome, and a freight train dashed
into the end of the easbose. setting tinre
to IL Thiae upon the engine Jumped
to nave their lives, blut those in the
caiooae were caught aw in a trap. trmen
which emewpe was inuwmsible. Govern
managed to crawl out, but hin arm
was torn fromn the socket, and lie died
from l1ss of bhlood in an hour. Finn
was badly injured, but may recover.
O'Ctonnor wuorn blurned to death, and
nothing but hia hones were recovered.
The stock nmcs were also killed. It is
maid the men in chlarge of the cabioem
were aaleep and knew the freight train
was coming and should have looked
out for It. The freight train came
around a curve and did not see tihe
stock trains until it wau too late. The
engine of the freight train, cabnooe
and one oar of the inrt were considera
VNI NMW PrSBX AMOCIATION.
NNw YoaxK, Nov. 16.-The negitla
tiousn which have been pending fkr
several naiontha between the Western
and New York Assnciated Prvis, cul
mainated today byan unnaloiM
agreement for a jint union. The
piopagtle came tn the New York
Amioiated Prow, alud was accepted by
the board of directors of the Western
Ameociated Prmw, The amaagement is
placed in the handi of Joint conmmnit
tee, Richatd Smith and Walter N.
Holdenasn. representing the W tern
Aimociated pres, and Whitlaw Reid,
of the Tribue amud Thboa. B. Conery,
of the Herald repseting New
York Associat4 Prme. Mr. Charles
A. Dona of the &x.a, was elected hair
man. The council entered upon their
duties this afternoone. Further ineet
lux *0 lo held tnmorhw, whoe the
iplan of servioe will be adoped. Tihe
I W tern Ameodiated Panm has lhime the
Ct.rminatlon of4heeietmettetwetin the
asasodatioun, ftnralhsdperlectly capable
service which has proved to he superior
i In many respects to that of the New
, foDiid -a 1n ýlp = 0 0i<
I now, iienwt AA Chn~.
work of 4readustment will ontUnue
* antil the diAfbrena a diaspomsed of
and there will be but one general ser
Svie. J new setest will to mdee
Swith UN Westari UnoI Teleggaph
CPNNIVNJrw A rIN.
EL PAso, Tex.. Nov. 15.-Ex-Mayor
Navin, the bond forger of Adrian,
Michigan, was here aout ten days ago
Iut Iwlng reognlaed skipped merm
the border latoMexlco and cannot now
PORTLAxD, Maine. Nov. 1.--The
failure is announced of D. W. Cool
ridsg, eommlion merchant In galn.
L ilitiUes proably $100ý0. Their
inability to obtain money due frmn a
t. Loua flinm k Id to be the imme
diate canee of their failure.
WASHlrotoV, Nov.1&-lildiea.L on
for the upper Mimldppi valley: Cd,
partly cloudy weather, with lht rain
or snow. Variable winds, shltaing to
northerly, higher poreem. MWlnouri
valley: (dlder and partly loudy
weather, with ocal snows, northerly
winds, higher presure.
NXw YORK, Nov. Sl.--ieu. (rant's
new migasinearticle is entitled, "An
Unidlwcovered Stigma," cohediely re
viewing the ease of Gen. its John
Porter, iving grounds for his fnorer
belief in Porter's guilt, and his present
e nvlction of his entire Innocence and
he appeals to the government and the
country for prompt action n Porter's
RlIFL BA5 N Ar N"WPOEr.
NEWPORT, N. J., Nov. 15.-At Par
dile Rrange today fve membnem of
the Newport rifle Jub made a total
cure of 884 at Creedmore target at SI
Syards. . fifteen shots each, off hlidl.
This woa a match against a St. Loula
team, who shot on their own grounds.
W. M. Farrow, fomuerly of the Amer
lean team, shot with the Newport
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 16.-The
sixteenth annual seelon of the Na
tional Orange Patromn of Husbandry
began its aalon here to-day. The
national grange Is compuled of the
manters of state grangea and their
wives. Twenty-eight state were rep
raented in the conventio. Cnven
ti n will continue until the end ofi
AUotisTA, Jaine, Nov. 1.-The
straight greenback state committee
met to-day, with about a dozen mem
lerv present, including Senator Chase.
It Was decided to thureU hly orgaalse
for the ext campaign ba earefil <
choice of the committee, weo will be
IIntructed to arrange for a school dis
trict campaign similar to the one four
yearp ago, which remsulted ia victory
lor their party.
BArB, Ind., Nov. 1I.-This foreoon
a well-tio-do firmner named J. Spauld
inug. lliving about three muiles fromn this
place fIrst knoeked senuvec his wife
and little sun with a whiletree, and
then cut their throats, after which he
cut his own throat with the same
weapon. Hi nmother-in-law, on visit
ing HpMankllng's residence, illscovered
tWe whole lunily lying dead ona the 1
kitchen floor. Cause, insanity.
Niw YoRK, Nov. 15.-It appear a
fraud was perpetrated on the A ucia
ted Press agent at Allany Monday
night by the ntatement which was
furnished to the press of the country,
and generally published that an appliH.
cation was tu be mado for a receiver
for the New York Life Insourance
company. Attorney General Ru-well
telegraplied to-day from Allany that
there was alsolutely no foundatlon for
Naw YoRK, Nov. IS.-The board of
trade has adopted the following: Re
iolved that the result ot the recent
elertion ia a gratifing responme to the
work of this board and kindred organ
isations in the educating of people to
resist enrcachments upon their polit *
cal and couamercial rights, and that
they will in Afuture support only samk
men and such parties as will restrain
corporate power end place a Uwit to
It* exasotio upon the people.
FAeOO, Nov. 15.-The tlekuey
Smith farm near Faurgo wp sold today
for 14,00%l This =Tn consists of
1.0 awrea and was purehased five
y%.am a. the land and Imwevements
eatinlg .U$U. It In aid $1vi,0M has
been cleared since the purchase beaides
the sellinug price. The ale waa made
by the new firmnn of Doty, DoIaa &
Card or wika C. PAt Does i
one of the leading pitits. Iito one
of the bighest oaa eaaseUoas ever
made i tse valy.
CIUCAo, Nov. *-t^-U aou "
ber to64, t4" UM =inot
muet the out of ethLe reUahIg
betwee 6 he q by nak
iag rate l$ f tL St. as to Iahnkes
Thuscant wir low thetm ot
enemnies. ThN JMase
c04 rM o Me ar* W
a M asfor m has
ohJ It 110
E£vvsi$Aagom Aamd gowalfj U4
in mu s~Lgooutd eAv# omis.
1-y Csnnecdog at @npad& "a hdgtsv
0 $&-The stage lame mum. city
M ~ohda~y. WednuimW& and FW
~ m nnals pply t.
As I MAX WILL mr
SI Main Street, Miles City, PA. Tý
It i to the twast 1 all wbe wmu a80t I
w'th the qualut d Cda of abIl eM larfl
akil Uar amt far winters fuel saesa s,
BRTTER KNOWN AS
wief has tkm esa s ee bs k r the pi Shep pwr?
and always gave mIerMi ml tie s nees . Tils r. at
a J st rtcomwmded. AM Oftol PreC|'
nc4. Renombl disemma fr RiAW (4k !i
Leave Ovdsm at
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W. M. HAIMES,
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