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Attorneys at I.&W. (itllkw c.. d..or %e.t of Court
Ibmimu- M ile. City~, ).mlitaliM.
SAM W1I,.1iF, Attortery at Ilaw. Btillings, M. T.
P ctmflall, iitý .4 Ill. Territur: -
MILES CITY, M. T.
JOS. LEI(GH'rax, -PRFYIPYN1~T.
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(%Ubaia lialonal) hank. New YVek('.
Mt-ebMAt lefsa sand Trait Cu.,
I Minfhawtv Natioaal Blank. SL mime.
COAL I COAL!I
la now pirriarn to furnii.4m the citixens of Miles
City with a
O.4'a tf lie left at thh .fil!, or alkO ike htp
5'atoo, 11clifbttis, Jurdom 4k Cs. most~iis"W
W. A. Ruloigh 3rL SUMrs
FOR T11111 CILESRAT2ID
0P~ff DAY AND NIGHT
Ha1biehmmt. of all hNOs Wor sam csi
L~als news. 71at. bhulhl In uirhmiah" wih "m
sa"a.* aM. Femf lAmr %We byT~h
L"4=L Tu pu~k. an all lurisam.
p. Jtefpd Korfem-g fer IJI .Uea refse.e..
SJeernl the Wrratr. AsseCmut
f'rrew 0m0 thi IWratemrn IU'MdM
THE TEIBLE YELLOW JACK
1 An Entire Crew of a Steamer at
Stricken Pensacola Die of
the Yellow Fever.
An Alabama Man Suicides by
,, Jumping Head Foremost
Into a Hot Furnace.
A Fierce Conflict Occured Yes
terday Between Prominent
SA Hard Hitter in Minneapolis
Kills a Midnight Prowler
by a Blow of his Fist.
. I The Usual Embezzlement Case
S Report---This Time From
PKNrsAcoA., Nov. 18.-Five new
(inCe of yellow fever are reported to
L NE YORK, Nov. 18.--Cl. Bodine
rwigned the captaincy of the Amerl
can military rifle team of 1883, to which
I ofce he was recently elected.
COLaMBI', Ohio, Nov. 18.-Fifty
pupils at the asylum for imbecife
youths ar protrated with scarlet
fever, and thr. , - L. died since Tue*
0t11l i I VALH.
MoxTrru.. , N1. . 18.-The local pa
pen here are wdvocating the freeing of
Canadian canals fromn tolls, to meet
the competition of the Erie canal
which is now ree.
ABOp»Slt RItTTRA. 1
DEADWooD, Nov. 18.-At a quarrel
at Lead City this evening Timothy
Coleman struck lloyd Hichin under
thear with his fMt, breaking hil neck
and kuilling him Instantly.
A TTAC SD.
LoNnow. Nov. 1.-Advice from
'the upper Congr report that Atanley's
Station thor- has been attacked by
hostile nativtN. Mr. Leckuel, in the
hargre of the station,.ha beeIn serious
WASHINOWTO, Nov. 18.-To-day
Secretary Teller requested Secretary
Lincoln to place sufiBelent force of
soldiers at Flathead, Montana, to pre
vent railrad construction now ap
prnachint Ihat reservation from! enter
Ing It adnterfering with the Indae..
f »T STRIKERS.
PITTarn'o, Pa., Nov. 18.-Monday
28th inet., i4 the date for the strike of
the coal miners if operator. refune their
advance of half cent a bushel demand
ed. The miners assert there will be no
strike, and cIilim that a number of
operator. in raw mills pit have notified
men thit ran increawe will be granted.
GooLnOInou N. Y., Nov. 1I8-The
trial of the negroes, Rob Pratt and
Frank Moore, for killing O'Nell, a
white man, closed to-day. Pratt was
sentenced to be hung January 18th and
Moore to the penitentiary for twenty
Vears. Fibe negrna were ol the Jury.
mo when sentenced confnwed tlhe
HAVANA, Nov. I.-The Italian
bark Coterfas, fromnt Pensacola for
Oranock, arrived at quarantine here.
The whole crew exceping the captain,
mate, cook and steward, died o'yellow
lever at Pensacola, and when the ves
sel was a day out fromn that point, the
aptain and cook died of the suume
MILwAuKza, Nov. 1I.-McArthur
who murdered a Man by the name of
usell. or a a private dispatch states,
Welr, l.M tana, wa until a few
earmago, euper ndent of the United
Btates expren o pany in th's eity,
having come be from aseoe place in
Iowa, and h comupled the poalton
five years, when he auddenly left and
was ahomtl afterwards met l Chicago.
[TtaaN.ove AWs to 0e XeAIrthMr
now conflted In the Miles City jail
awaiting tralal for the murder of J. DI
husell. and it shows that he at ewe
time ooeupted a pealtion of tsit Wed
riposlb ty ia the U St.- Wo
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RICHMoxD, Va., Nov. IR.-William
H. Brooks, ear inspeor.on the Chew
eake A Ohio railrd, while ermning
the track to.day, was run over and In
stantly killed. d
GOTTH tEr NEDA I.
Ioxrox, Nov. Ir.-The eight thous
and troop. who returned from Egypt, d
were reviewed to-day, and the queen i
prewented war medals to two repreen- i
tatlve of each rgiment. The general
presentation of medsle will take place
at Windsor on next Tuesday..
TOOK A HOT JATH.
BIRXMIGVHA, Ala., Nov. 18.-WVm.
H. Cunningham, workman at the
Birmingham rolling illls this morn
ing left work and walked over to
the Alice blast furnace, acended to the
mouth of the stack, and awaited the
moment for charging. When the bell
was raited he threw off his hat and
leaped headforemnst into the furnace.
The deceased was formerly of Ken
Fomrr Crry, N. (., Nov. 18.-A
serious conlet oeeurmd near here to
day between two lartMe of the mnot
prominent cititens of the county.1
During the fight larnes King shot
Wm. Guttel, nearly blowing off the
top of his head with a shot gun. He
died soo after. Ualther Front then
shot King twice in the body. Kohn
Howell alo dangaously wounded
TRE.rox, N. J. Nov. 18.-The argu
ment in the United tates court in the
case of J. . Ghegan for infringement
of Bell's telephone tent came to au
unexpected elose t4a by the with
drawal ofalll opposl. on the part of
the defense to motion to preliminary
injunction. The court then directed
a preliminary injusntion Isued and
defendant be redtralped fron further
infriecement of the patent till other
MINKxAPouL , Nov. 18.-The name
of the man who enered the house of
the blacksmith named Frank Hanonm,
last night, and whom Hanson killed
with blown of his Iet, was Patrick
Moriarity. He was under the Influence
of liquor, and struck at Hanso before
the latter hit him. It Is believed Mo.
riarity did not intend to commit rob
bery or assult Mapon, but entered
the house mibtaklg It for another.
He went In an open door Just after
Hanson and wife ra. med home frem
a visit to neighbors.
CIIrAGo, Nov. lN.-Hog redelpts
15,000- shipments 0,000 ; irldy ative
and higher; medium aSsal0; heavy
6l"709, light 610A7tU; shipments soft
6to. Cattle reoelpt 1,700; shipments
,Ut); nmoderately active and steady,
good to chokh ; sippin n IlMio, eon
mon to fair 840 0.; mixed butchern
fArlv active and steady. common to
Ahir 210a& ; tockern and feeders 2
425; reaeipt. 100; shipments 2, 7T00
quarter weak, but not quotably god
to flr Sa~lS; mixed to good 340a40;
good to choice 42ia4.
MADAMFI EL D MYSTERY.
MARsFILri, 0., Nov. I8.-E. V.
Andres, for many year manager of the
Western Union telegraph office at this
point, disappeared on last Wednesday
night, and his present whereabouts are
unknown. He left a note for his wire
saying that he was * leaving for good,
anid that it wan useless to try to tind
him. He gave finuancial embarraw i
ment as the reason, but his aceounits
with the company are all right. His
aflfairs outside are In a fair condition
and his donmestic relations are of the
pleawantest. He is thought to be
laboring under temporary aberation
VICKPaR'RO, Nov. 18.-The formal
Invitations forwarded today by the
National Cotton Planters' Aasoclation,
of America, to the cities of New
Orleans Galveston, Mobile, Havaninah,
gomery, Nashville, Memphis, Louis
ville, St. Louis, Cincuinnati and Balti
more, to compete for the location of the
workid's cotton centennial exposition,
to be held under the i of the
above .oetatk la i n Its con
templated to raise two million dollars
for this oxposition Afifty thousand of
which sto expected ho tiUe city secur
Ing the loctok wbihb w4i he decided
Jan. 1I, 1i, by the executive commit
tee of the asmoiation.
NO BBEll WWlN.
WasmnixoTo, Nov. Il.-4ecretary
Teller will not in hi. annual report
rewoenmend a reduction in the coat of
obtaining a patent He is pursuaded
to this course, it ois sld, from the fact
thatr "atist laws No the most
liberal of any country in the world.
In England it costs $1 O to obtain a
(burtoM= yow paltm & Germnany over
S; in Rowialabmut W0 In Canada
1140; while her it coast W for seven
teen yeas' patent It Ji not thougit
by.- --m_..ar ot pwtenb Marble
ally Imereose the nuaer of patento
tablie aut, and the MgH 10e is how
within Oe reach oa. He thought
that the ImaW reve derived ftee
this oure is no argputIn fvor ef
a rededoi. -«nlosu so be abse b
that leo bear hebsvft vor 6b1
dibam" 18vemder -
Nrw YoRK, Nov. 18.-Money 3a",
'oaing, offerd 6; prime merhbants
amper 6*7; sterling exchange banker's
ills steady 4IM1; bterling exchange!
IXPLALNI.vI rMeB i AIAMI.
PARIn, Nov. 18.- In the chamber of
leputleN tduay, Ioche bnought for
ward for inspetion hi notice which
has euumed c.iiaklerable melsation by
iccuslng Defreyclnet, late president of
lie council, of having while in oflce
Illegally allotted 45),0I) franc to Archl
Bijhop Falgren, aftera motion to grant
that amount had been rejected by the
chamber. Minister Folliar has ex
plained that alotmnent was in repay
nient of advance made by the arih
bishop who had ptriotically promoted
French influence In Tunis at a great
permnal macriic. Tie order of the day 1
pure and .inlple, as mnoved liy min
ltery, and the motion adopted by 344
CNAOE1s WITT PA VIA
N`W YoRK, Nov. s1.-In an action
brought In the ulprente court by R. L.
Campbell and Augusta rmith aalnmt
Willimn ('. Clarke, upon ground ro
fraud. an order of arrest wa granted.
The defendant was arreted, and, on
giving ball, was released. The older
of arret was granted on the aflldavit
of Hmith, in whcbh he met fbrth tih
firm of (larke, Friend, Fox A Co.,
Chicago, of which defendant was prin
cipal member, dealt with plaintflb,
discntinuing the same, in thi city.
Friend died and represented that the
deceased lid left all silm property to ,
the firm. On theme reprmentatona he
obtained credit to the amount of $1t,
000from plaintflL. In October, 1881,
Clarke & Co. sold out their stock for
100,000. and closed up their buine. I
At that time they owed plaintift
$34f8. For this amount the plaintit.i
had received various notes, l in Jan
uary last parment upon them wa
topped. Inl th charges that Clarke's
repeentations In the matter of
Friend's etate were untrue, alioat the
time Clarke's frm ceased to do businems
there was a deficit of $t0,omi, and that
Clarke admitted that money was used
by him for his own purpose. Clarke
ays money was nut uaed by him, but
by somebody cle.
The frigate Constitution."Old Irne
slidw," which hasI been lying in orit
nary at the New York navy yard for
nome time past, is about to be removed
from her present mioorings by order of
the wecretary of the navy, and towed i
by the Pohawtan to Portsmouth, N. j
H. Several yevu ago the navy de-.
partment concluded to break her up,
but the republication at that time of
the following linesm of the old poem of
Oliver Wendell Holmes aroused a pop
ular feeling of Indignation, and she
wad repaIred and converted Into a
Ay. tear her taltenl meas dews
IAnIg bas It waved on high,
And many an eye has aei to wee
That banner , the sky;
Dnearth it rung the batUt ehot
And bareS the mmase'. weer;
The meteor of the olas air
aihaU swap the alo"a e me00!
The vomntitutlon wa. one of t'p larg
est of six frigates whose cost .t tlon
was ordered by congriess on Marn Ii 27,
179. lhe was launebed Its October,
1797. She was built In Bouton, of the
but live oak, and cont Sat2.71. She
twgan her career in the Tripolitan war
In 1104, engagiig against batteries
miounUing 11 gunin at Tripoli, and her I
bnadsides assisted Ia reeapturiaW S0
Amicerlean sillors' who badn been cap
tured by the Tripolitas from n W board
thile frigate Pilliadelpla. In the war
aga hint (reat Britian in 1812 she gain
el her famou' victory over the British
frigate (juerriere on August 19. On
December 26, following, the Constitu
tion had an engageinmeit with the
British frigate Java, and after a hot
eontest, took her an a prie. The Ibl
lowing year, on a cruise on the coast
of Gu iae and among the Windward
Islands, she captured the British sloop
of-war Pitcon, a letter of nmarque, and
several merchant veamels. She brey
escaped being captured by a Brit
fleet in 1H14 lay taking resa In the
harbor fsalem, Mas. On ebray
So, i1«, during amother oulift she
eaptned, afteran oltii of forty mnin
at liht the British frvig pe and
the British sloop Levata The atter
was recaptured by a British aquadron
offthe harbor of Pnrto ad
Captain St8waft, Of the C=tton
earing that the neutrality of the p0rt
would not be observed ran away with
his other prise. 'The ne arrived at
New York in April 18i 6, and the emon
stitutlon a moe Dtrth te
admnintsifatlo of 098 %Ih
while the coiMtui" was oI
New York havlae, *Ideut
neesreeL A B.VW»^ I'I 4S^*M^
Jackuo beeaw putas puw,
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modora trmuune h
punw ma the vmet s
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XevrfAAgo on hand gacrarI k. pt
in a welt ngullatcd drug Aooaa. I
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ma imrtp at f n'auk. For rainag or
any Iiabirmtlou apply to
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