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DAITL YEILaWSTONwE JOURNAL,
VOLUME z. NO. z8. MILKS CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER t$, izi. PRICE TEN CENTS.
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It'UI EMW CA&IDR.
AiRTHl R U. O'CONNOR,
L Attorltne-at-law and Notary Public.
ANDREW F. BltRI.KI(;H.
MILD Ca'IT, - MONTANA.
C B. LEBCHIER. . M . D.
* IHY*I(IAS ArB t' Rnegor.
O)eC at C'ity DrUg store.
J JAY WOOD,.
' HY'I(t'l.N ANNIA S'P'
USOce belw the Journal hIull,! :. :.u at.eet.
J W. IT EIL. J. 11. ARICLK.
S 14TMKVY.LI. & G* aL(ocK.
Attorneys at Law. (nile one door West of Court
liouse. Miles ( ity, Montana.
SA.M WILDE, Attorney at Law. BIIllings, M. T.
P'ractice in all courts. u tahl 'erritory.
MILES CITY, M. T.
JO( . LEIGHTON, - PREIDI)ENT.
LIC(H'D E. STOWER, CASHIfER.
Authorimed Capital, * $2.0,000.
I'nid up C'apital, - $ 510,000.
JoL, LIaowrox, Rtul. 1. STowaVR.
Frewlm )IMYRc, WM. H. (IUYraRIM.
(TEo. M l. Mlt.I , JOHN J. GRAHAM.
JAs. S. 1mtinsi N, U. 8. A.
Ibkthau National Bank, New York C..
Mershanta Lan and Trust Co.. Clease.
1 Merc.hant National Bank. 8t. aul, Mins.
COAL I COAL!
I- now prepared to furnish the citizens of Mib
City with a
Superior Quaityof Cl
Ordern ran ber ft U this offiCBe, or a the Otage
Sakion, LUighton, Jordou &- Co s. Wreoes ut
W. A. Burleigh Jr's. Store;
FOR THti CEI.KBKATED
UNION HALL SALOON
Prfk seke, nle Oway.
OPEN DAY AN PONMT
ulwoohwmen.I of ill kinds. Warm ana roa
Lemeta 1f ments. The baill is trahnb. wol
8sad maing tabi. rmh Later oor e Tap 5
lbes Quat. Thu pubtle afn Ulited.
JaYue sow)r (re, , s- rauseene
J.ruaemt the Wr.rse A.mees.d
ase.. d the We"aon tUades
CHM E mOF ELECTIIMITY
Last Night's News Mostly From
the Countries Across
the Briny Ocean.
The Entire Printing Fraternity
on a Huge old Strike
A Big Diamond Robbery Report
ed From New York City.
Bismarck, the Banner City of
the Big Muddy, Dislikes
the Election News.
The Way Congress Will Stand
as the Result of Elections.
on the Seventh.
SANTIFAoo, Chill, Nov. 17-Accord
ing to new census returns Just In and
taken by order of Don Anlbal Platu,
president of the republie, the province
of Santlego has a population of 150,867,
on increase of 16,500 over 1880.
IAxrw ,. Nov. 17.-The printers at
work ..i :tli the newspapers in the
city, w·:. i the exception of three, one
of which Is Henry Labouchere's Truth,
are out on a strike for Increase of
wages. All the shopkeepers of Lon
don synmpathise with them. Over
tures are now being made for a comr
BISMAxnK, D. T. Nov., 17.-The
feeling here over the general result of
the eleetlhin throughout the country is
one of d.,raiolntment over the sucess
of the de.oeras, believing they will
otlJee to the adlodton of the south
ern portion of the territory, and work
against it on account of It being pro
clivious to republicanism.
KeoKUx, Nov. 16,-At the draw of
bridge aseres the Mslrdippi river at
Keokuk the indicationsareofthe falling
off from the year 1881, of transportation
of northern products. Such probably Is
aecounted for bya short crop along the
river. The number of boats passing
through the draw of bridge thus fhr
during 1,882 is 1250, bargee801, rafts440.
Deerease from 1881 of boats 888, barges
181. Increase of rafts ten.
WASIHINTON, D. C., Nov. 17.-The
Forty-eighth congires will be onilow-d
of 83 membern, or thirty-two more
than the states were entitled to In the
Forty-seventh congress, the gains and
lose. in numbers being distributed as
follows: Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois,
Kentucky, Nasmacliusetts, Mississippi,
Mismouri, New York, North Carolina,
Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West
Virginia, and Wiscomaln gain one
each; California, aioa, Michigan,
Minnesota, Nebraska and South Caro
lina gain two each; Maine, Vermont
and New Hampshire lose one each;
Kansats gains four, and Texas gains
five. The terms of twenty-six United
States Benatom will expire next March.
Legislatures chosen last year have
elected new senatou in Iowa, Louis
lana and Virginia, and re-elected sen
ators from Kentucky and Missliasippl.
Of the legislatures already elected this
year in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia,
Malao, Oneg, Rhode Island and
Weat Virginia, one (Oregon) has
elected a new senator, and another
(Rhode Islamd) has re-elected Benator
A1thor. Of the twentyr4wo legilas
WogO Wysveth instant,
SAAWi> - M i f they mneet
1t the statesa of Oorado, Deleware,
IlUinols, Kansas, Maseachusett, Mith
igan, KianeWeta, Nebraska, New
xartla. Nr gus74o, Wo Mo
AN OLD, OLD eYOwrF.
PARIs, Nov. 1L--oms excitement
was caused in fnsaclal circles this
morning over the reorted kilure of
the Banque Fran o 0y ptlen to meet
its drafts. The cashier has been spec
ulating heavily of late on the Bore.
HARnaIsuas, Pa., Nov. 17.-It is
now conceded the democrats have a
majority of eleven on a joint ballot,
the brat time for many years they have
had control. Cameron can no longer
refer to the Keystone state as his per
ENGLIUM CONCE.8IOI .
ROME, Italy, Nov. 17.-The recent
propos.s! to establish at Oxford and
Cambridge separate departments for
the preparatory studies of young
Catholic men who desire to enter these
univeruities has met with favor at the
hands of Pope Lee, whose secretary is
now in correspondence with English
authorities on the sutect.
A XEW SCMIa.
LONDOx, Nov. 17.-The London
Tine announces that Premier Glad
stone, in return for the Irish party's
support on the Clottae resolutions in
the house of commons will, at the
first opportunity, introduce a fresh
scheme for Irish legislation during
the next session. It will embrace as
prinlcpal feature the further develop
ment of the provisioens of the Land
act in the direction of the peasant pro
prietary extension franchise and the
achme of local self government.
MILWAUKs,5 Nov. 17.-Flour steady
and fair demand. Wheat strong. No.
I hard, 1.06; No. 2, 956; Nov. 9.4;
Dec. 981: Jan. 961; No. 8, 79; No.
NEW YoRK, Nov. 17.-Wheat 9a
1.18, Dec. t77771; winter No. 2 86 ;'
No. 1 white sales 82,000 18alO.10; No.
2 red Nov. sales 40,000 1.071a071;
extra 1.01. ; Dec. sales 1it.000 4.O.
1.06j; elesaing 1; Janu.a4100 1.111
al.11; closing 1.111; Feb. sales 96,
000 1.18&al.131, closing 1.111.
CHIcAoo, Nov. 17.-Flour quiet and
unchanged, wheat active, Arm and
higher, rejected 8UJ; Nov. 941t911;
Dec. 961; year 7419a6; Jan. 1.00;
May No. 2 Chicago spring 94 ; cash
receipts anme as rejected, No. 8 Chicago
spring 79; rejected 6268; No. 2
red winter 96 cash; No. 8 winter
Nsw YORK, N.ov. 17.-A package
whlch ought to have contained
diamonds valued at about thirty thou.
and dollars, and shipped on board of
the steamer City of Chester, and con
signed to the firm of Louis Strausburg
A Co., Maiden Iane, was, on opening
in examining room of apprasers' de
partment, found stuffed with paper.
The package was deposited in a large
wooden box and was shipped with
paper cover, which appeared sealed
with seals appaent y Intact. It w. s
received at tte publi stores, Washing
ton street, in the condition in which it
was when at was opened. The purser
of steamship testified he received the
wooden box in such suspiciously bed
order that he itated to receive it,
but after having concluded to receive
it, deemed it indispensable to cover It
with strong wrapper paper, which he
sealed in order t, inrease the slafty of
the contents of the package.
The third editiu of. Copp' Se ttler's
Guide, a popular exposition of our
public land system, is before us, It is
edited by Henry N. Copp, Washing
ton, A. C., the well known author. Its
price In only tweuty-five cents In paper
and Neventy-five cents In cloth; 8vo,
110pp. The chapter on surveys Is lllu
trased, and shows how to tell townshbip
and secton ourners, Ac. The chapters
on homesteads, pro-empteion and tim
her culture contain the latest rulings
end lastrotions. Every settler and
land maun should have a copy of this
valuable ptUe book.
The MIles City Direlctory cas be had
by applicatinm at this office. ft Is a
pseatly-bounadk we"prited book. con
taing the hi*e*y of man City frnt
its inceptlon up to the present days
and give a full and mplet deseelp.
tlon et theo.Yeuwutoer vdMlg, due
the ames and busineM of every p a
In our B u a~r, l llke
yh a mt ando »'~malit M
"HOW 'TWAS DONLL"
An AdmiraMe Little Work WlMh De
monstrates Very Much Most lasrest
bg tIfo motion Just now Very Orsatly
€Mr .Panghmrn, the well-known
com er of the B. and O" Red Book,
which has become the standard polt
leal text-book of the country, is now
engaged with a large force of adstant s
in preparing a special edition of the
Red Book, which promises to be quite
thing in political literature. It in to
be eissued under the taking title of
"How 'Twas Done: The Political
Revolution of 1882." Within the
most artistleally engraved covers by
the American Bank Note company
will be embraced the ofmlkd results of
the election Just held, and arranged so
perfectly and intell geltly that the
veriest amateur in such statistics can
not foll to comprehend them. The
figures will be given on state ticket
and on coigedona ticketin separate
tables, the former by countles and the
latter by counties and districts. In
both tables comparisons will be made
with the vote at the last preceding
election in each state, the returns of
which will be given In full in order
that the understanding of the situs
lion may be complete. In states
where the congreslonaldistrlects have
been changed slaince 18, the distrlets
will be shown as now constituted,
thus demoostratlug what the result
would have been two years ago had
the same counties composed the dis
tricts then as now. Independent,
prohibition and greenback figures will
begiven in additon to the regular
republican denmocrat and in each
county the vote of each party will be
shown with m tjoritieshmind and loses,
both years together with total vote of
county, congressionaldistrietand state.
Statistlcal tables will also be included
la the book showlag upon similar fll
and eompreensveeale the vote fbr
presiden In 1876 and In 1880. In no
publication of like character are such
clear and exhaustive tabular state
ments attempted as In the B. & O. Red
Book, and the forthcoming special
edition will eclipse ay previous
edition in extent and lateresting
character of Information furnished-.
jpeluded within the remarks ae-.
companying the returns will be the
detalls of the changes in con -rlon
al districts, the cong emem-elet sand
the unmuccerefl cadidate in each
states a well as the next congre
complete, and the changes in that
body a compared to the last congress.
Much other data will be given, and in
the way ola thorough unde tandling of
exactly "How 'Twas Done" it would
be difilcul to Imagine smore nterest
Ing and dlable a source of explaua
tion than will be this new editmon of
the B. &A (. Red Book. Like its pre
decesor, it will sent without any cost
what ever to all who make applkaetion
for It to C. K. Lord, general pmasenger
agent B. & O. R. R., Baltimore, Md.
The led Book is a a matter of course
an advertisement of the Baltimore and
Ohio railroad, but It eombinesso much
of general Interest to the public with
comparatively so lItle about the road,
that It Is far more valuable than nine
tenths of the publiesations of the char
aeter placed on sal, The .IL & . Red
Book is by heavy odds the handsom
est political work from a ty m hleal
standpoint benued in the Utfited te,
being always printed with exquisite
taste on fine paper and bound in the
best manner. It certainly is worth
the little trouble oelennesa in wrting
for it, and it is hasarding nothing to
predlot that the new special edition
devoted to the eleotion whih has Just
taken place will be preeminently the
text-book of 182. As there will doubt
less be an immense demand for the
book, it would be well for all desiring
a comy to write at ones to Mr. Lard, a
the edition will be sent out to those
making application on the pthciple of
first come frst served. Envlopes.
will be addresed as pplluotlms come
in, so ththeremay no delay
maillan when the work is reesived
from dte binder.
T. C. Lindalev, Oshki , WWI. D.
'Tayl.r t. Paul; M. Chicago;
Wnh. i. Harris, and vit.1eadwovod; I
Wni. E. Harris, Jr.,-D&;iwood H. V.
Harris, Deadwodx Mmis . Harris,
Dedwose; T. B. WaM, N. P. R. R.;
V. K. Campbell, Minneapolls.
Joseph anar, Mandan; B E Mo
Ouirk, lendlve H Euban. lendive;
W Bard, Otidlv William field,
Olendive; Willam Noten, Olendtive
Mrs Wm Nofto, lendive J k
Peters, Tety; gMiaa
Master Peten, PM B ANM w=
Bismareir Joo 8 Wfht, FtL
IBR Teiker eJ o ; ftm lm dmo
Koiw ,hivt Joseph DIes
laWe, Fort Maciuoi
S~l^B-T^ Clio -*r Tv '.^^^
Ci inig Store,
D der fn
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nnorn at a o'clck. PForpI.rar n
any inlbrltlom apply to
A. J MAIWEU, J M.
I Main Stimt, NIkw City, M. T.
ItIs st nternet of all who am unasquahiw*1
wihth quality of Coal of this rount Tv, lwif.,r
maskin arraaesmuftw for wisawtes Muel turcalaja
thec1 6 f the
I B.TTAT KNO W.V AS
which has twin In use here fur tin puast three yea'r
and always o gasie eisai uomikeict o". This eoal
in ubt as reeommietald. All ()du -u p I I
. Remmosbl diecuuut 4MM;nng tad.ri
0. 3. SAVASE a W& STORK.
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