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Mu.L. CITT. - . MUNTAr A.
C fl.LEDII'HEK, M. Ii.
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these,. at lily I'r's `tote.
J JA WINIl
J. 1'1Yt'l.AIN PIARE.tREON.
~ee hbeLow the Ji*irsial IJOldII.K, Majn Street.
J W. i ltE'f L. 1. H. GARLOCK.
i'I* I'a1MIXLI. .k itRI\aW!K.
.Itoflrya at l4w. 'if"a".- o'.e i.-,r West ut Court
hluu., )?I1.. 1 *ay. l.iiotaaIa.
SAM WIn.Ii:. Attorney at law. Billing., M. T.
1'a I tetic In. all ioirtc s of the Territory. -
MILES -.TY, M. T.
.10S. LEPEillDON - riltE41)T.!
ItlCH'D E. ..T.W\KlS, CASHIlElt.'
Autdorizol Cnipital, - - $'0,LII >.
I ld u»('Hi piItl, - C a pi l.
Jos. L .HrTOu 1: Hil. E. sT'wi:it.
Ar.FKi:> 1vI . , WNI. If. G(uTiu ti.
<li->. NI. MII.I , JOHN J. <hI:AHAt.
JAC. S. KIIIt Ins , I'. S. A.
I hathan NatiusIa lmilk, N-w V.-k City.
Mrrihantsil a 1.4m and Tri.t Co.. IChicaro.
1 Merck-ants Natli.al bank, >-t. Paul, iann.
1 now preparedn to fuirniib the citizens of Mlilei
Siperior Qlalit of Coal
<lrdris can tI left t thit "11. , or at the Cottage
ial-ni, Ileighlou, Jiirdon a C.'s. *stomand at
W. A. Burleigh Jr's, Store.
FOR TIlid CELEBRATFD)
PSatisfaction Cer ytain.
UNION HALL SALOON
OPEN DAY AND NICHT
AltM esotsf all hiknds. Warm and Cold
I auebsc i e osts. Te halil I furnisIhed ith pw l
awhd s mniahles. PYms Lg Tar e y
aw mr Public an U
John Striegel, Pro.
Jearsea 1y the Wri**rr. Aeedered
Sra. s ad *e W'rerrs Ulaet
. ee Ira. Sam. (p..
CAUirT IN A DEAT TRAP.
Providence the Scene of a Hor
rible and Sickening Con
A Score of Unfortunate Factory
Girls Mect a Most Ter
Kentucky Taking the Laurels
From the Lone Star State
on the Highway.
Fanatics in Connecticut Trying
to Push the Blue Laws of
PIROVIIF.N., It. I., Nov. 21.-A fire
occurred this morning in the Calender
building, a brick structure 'ituated
b..tween $tabiu uad Cave streets, which
renulted in a serious los of life. The
building was sex stories high, and
occuplied montly by jewelry shops.
Thle fire originated in the shop of
(1Charles Melvyii, dyer, in the middle
of the buldling on the third floor, and
was caused by the ignition of a ten
gallon can of naptha. The roomn was
fill.d with light intlamable cloths, and
the workod work was as dry as tnder.
The rnIom was next to the stairway
a-d before a word of wa a ng could be
given escape by the stairway was cut I
off by the dames. On the fourth floor
il the workshops of Wm. H. Robinson
& Co., gold chain makers. The finrm
clemployed forty operators, equally
divided as to sex. When the names
aswept up through the floor the cml
ploytVw Imade a rush for the windows,
andil nt there wais o fire escape on the
building a panicensued. Just aenrr
tihe alley-way, which is about fifteen
feet wide at tie end of tie Calender
building, was a tweotory wooden
ftructure, with the end of the building
fronting on this alley. When the
Iarnic ensllued the roof of the wooden
building wast only about twenty feet
below the window where the girls were
congregated. The person lin the rear
crowded and pushed those in the
set of Jumping, and many fell short
while otilher were injured by being
jumped upon after they lad reached
the roof. Thedead are Emma Canette,
aged s2, and kwlsie Cobb. Both these
girls struck the ground between the
two buildings, and died in a few min
utes. The Injured are Mary Mc$orlev
who jumlped (trm a window and fell
on a picket fence, she was terribly in
Jured and cannot survive; Mary H.
Farley; Delia itsset, Emma Mauthe -
son, Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs. Cuddy.
All these were young women and
probably fatally injured. euime were
carried to their homes and the other"
taken to the Rhode Island hospital in
t'ie anmbulance. Thos. Mon:e tell shoal
Iof the second story building anu
bounded againtl It and fell to the
ground. His lturles are one arm and
one leg broken. A iman nanmed Miller
fell to the ground and was hurt. Mary
Davinjumnped froml the roof and had
her leg Ibrokt; Joe. (irant, of the firm
of Joe. Grant & Co., Jewelers, Jumped
from the Ibkrth floor window to tlhe
roof of the wooden building and had
his leg brokel. (lea. Clark employed
by Joseph Grant & Co. saw the fire
and tried in vain to extingulish the
flames, and finally luad to run for his
life. One man naame unkniown, an
enmploye of Grant (Co. hung from the
telephone wire until the fire depart
nent arrived4 Thu ladder raised to
bhu punved five tit too short, and a
firenman nounted to the top and caught
the workman in his aerom. Loss on
the buildng and stock $1S00,@0.
MURDERM IN~ THS MOUTH.
Mucxpaiis Teunn., Nuo--. 1.--TeI
AlwemAena~, Hua~taeihle, Ala., mpm(1a1
waym: IDr.WiVldemikshettt, a pronil.
tient phymkilasi of thim2 etlLy, but for
iieveral i'umme~rw a reioldulit plhymsi(IaI
at lount$pr1upgI, Ala&, wasn iot.; aid'
P;11imfiy klledthl afternoou by Levi
FilnX r. The tdliffiulty grew out of
ji& act-ouni, betweeii the for Basuhtt's
p rofemlonal serviom. In the quarrel,
Hmlt, who had boeen drinking,
tbre.*ensd U. cut FirnlIngers throut,
and at the Mm.t tinie runnin himi han itd
into hhapo¶ket. Eusllaulprlnanwditely
paused through his lef mid causding
MILWAUKM W11, Nov. 31.-Three
Itme W Wll on the Chimpao
N=W=MiUNMO, amn flbraeoo
this awalj. N I mImm tog~ Ift
r"Lrmd e~ftwith a fl- Mb Weal.
The mp solea rdeo s 1" f~t of
We pb~s- ld i KUmbo.f our.
WAantrnnon, ID. C., Nov., t2.
Argus Ford, postmaster at Ooredo,
Tex., hs been dbamised for embes
skhmt of postal unds and Henry O.
Uurchard appointed to the vacancy.
A V~ErBAN MlZ.t.g.
WAsatxotox, D. C., Nov. 21.-Rear
Admiral J. Blahely Cranston, has
been at his own request placed on the
retired list,having been over Ibrty year
in the naval service. His retirement
will not cause any promotions, as un
der a recent act, promotions can only
be madeon every admiral's retirement
until the number of rear adnmirals is
reduced to six. The number now r.
maining is nlue.
L V8 LAWS.
New HAVEx, Coon., Nov. 2t.-The
sacred concert singers and Manager
Peck, of the opera house, anid manager
and agent of the .nmpany, were tried
yesterday for violation o4 the statutes
of 1784, which provides that every
person who shall present at t any
concert of musel, Sdelog or other
public diversions oin 4unday or on the
evening thereof, shall be fined four
dollars. The manager and agent of
the company were each fined twenty
dollar and onsts. The cae was at once
MILWAUxas, Nov. 21.-The Chippe
wa Falls A Superior branch line of the
St. Paul, Milwaukee & Omalha rail
road comprny, completed to Hudson.
The ayfeld line will be finished to
Ashland by Jan. let, 1883. Both lines
have secured to nilroad eompany, two
valuable land rat in Northern Wi,
consin, that of the d Chicago A 1upe
rior Ai line compaty, and what is
known as the Nshotern Wisconsin.
arait. Connectlions between the last
named and Northra Pacific at hul • ior
City is flnished.
WAHrrxorox, D. C. Nov. 21.-An
Important departure in the policy of
the postoQee deparuneat will be in
augurated on January let next. It
consists in transkrring to Blank
I agency iision whk.h is under the
supervldon of the t ansistat pnt
master general, the pumrhase of all
supplies in rst and amond clae post
ores in the country. As at present
conducted, a postmaster at one of these
offic purchased stationery and furn
ture for his own Oecle, and selects
such styles and inks as he chose.
C'MA LNME Pr5rtro..
JACKeox, 1im., Nov. 21.-Chalmers
filedl pa itoy r waNdaop s before
Judge .harton. to emupel the se're
tary of state to count his vote in the
late campaign. He charges Myers,
tihe secretary, with having allowed the
returns from some diutricts to be in
speeted, but rehaed to allow any one
to see the returns from the second dis
trict until they were counted. Chal
miers charges that the returns were pur
posely c.oncealed to prevent any error
to be detected during the tea days
allowed by law for waking returns,
and say. the clerical error as to J. R.
Chamblias would have been promptly
corrected if the returns had not been
fraudulently concealed. The conunis
sionerd ofe elecaon of Tate county have
sent amended returns showing that
two votes had been cast for J. R. ('hal
mers and not J. R. hbamblis.
ROAl AGENTS IX ENTI CKY.
LoUisViI.I, Kyv., Nov. '1.-The
stage from Columbila to Itfll4ville wa"
robbed thin morning two miles from
the latter plaee by a mingle iaisiked
robber. There were three pammengern,
Mrs. Dobnim, or lloonminKton,, Ind.;
Hon. Mlones II. Rhiorer, of Columbia
J. 0. Edwardp, Moulton, In. Fromn
Mri. Dobbo albout ten dollarn were
|taken. Sie Nuem*ded in maving two
fine diamond rinag by hiding themn in
her lap. From Mr. hhorer a pocket
book containing money and valuable
Siaper, and an old watch was taken
froni Edwards. The lant named saved
his money by throwing hi. pocket
book under the mail bagN. Mail bug.
were cut open and rifled of regisntered
letterm. The rother returned Rhorer'm
paperm. Hlie took the top off a wihetl
of the coach and then dihppeared
through the woodp on foot. e wore
a leather mank and was armed with a
long revolver. He out hi rigrht hand
badly In cutting open the mail sacka.
fIF NIOUX COzXIjatIN.
WAIiiNTox, D. C.. Nov. 21.
Indian Omnimiploner Prirce in Inform
ed by Judge Edmunds, chairman of
the Sioux comiultion, that 8,000
Yankton and 0'(ailla ioux IndianaS
at Pins River aoency. Dakota, have
agreed to se rate rewervations of
limited proportions. Indian* at Home
bud agenry had agreed to aepamte
remervatlons, and as the Indinaw at
these two ageumlesecounirwe won than
half the Sioux nation, the work of the
comiiillonerN in praotially ended.
The obtesettheeomahheWon In having
Indians agree to select separate reNo.
vations las to concentrate all Indlaim hi
about onehal of the present renerva
It thlnt be * half
masy te thu Woea I, t"lublic.
Thi Indians beve anet loced their
lueaded vswrvations and canneot with
out aulhorit finm eongress. Congrees
will b eal edsps to mA then for the
haUd they ernder. tillaos ons
sheMr Prtee wiln trMiwrow Atbrward to
Utse esmalets at St lAke OWty
Al Mir Ia In lrriNtal the Uto
euuity In ths @Wth= 30= of
the t t-o
RXGLIM MNILITARY MO a.
Loo.ro,, Nov. 21.-Tbe qien
conferrihg decorations on the En ljs ,
soldiem at Window, maid: "1 have
called you here today to expre s my
best thanks for gallantry and
you displayed n a short but dl e
esampsn In Egypt, and to
pud I am of my sodlers and linrs
who have added flesh laurels to thei
already obtained In previous can.
paigna, and of their devotiln to their
queen and country." At the chrlm of
the queen's addresm, whleh was deliv
ered with beautiful emphasis, three
lines of men retired, leaving the queen
facing the commander of the exliedi
tion and naval brigade, conferring
FRAxKIN, Minn., Nov. 21.--Ole
lee, a farmnner, was found murdered,
with two bullets through his head, last
evening, four miles msouth of her . He I
was in town with a load of whet.u and
had twenty-five dollars. He started
home In conmpany with a young man
named Egan, who had been laying
around town several dtays. A few
minutes before Lee was found Egan I
was met about half miulle from
the scene of murder going west aeroes
the prairie. Egan bought a revolver
a few days, ago, and from other eireum
stances connected with the deed, sus
pielon has rested upon hlat. He was
arrested at Fairfax. Lee was-twenty
years old and single. Fpga. is about
twenty, and has worked in this settle
ment tine past season. His mother is a
widow living near Owatonna.
IIDS PB3IBONSi z, IIMJNO.
cI).BLIs Ireland, Nov. 21.--Maloy,
of eouneli, submitting, plead guilty,
and pointed out gradations of ult
among the prisoners and the myveter-i
ous influences which they were Instru
ments of, and made a pathetic appeal
for the men. The attorney general
sid how Justiee had been vindicated
by sentencing three eriminau. He
recommended others to mercy. Judge
Barry. In pronouncing sentence, In
rmd the prisoner that they fIr
nilhed a terrible example, which he
hoped would sink deeply into the
hearts of others of consequence Joining
secret socleties. He maidsome of them
had been terrorized into Joining the
gang who murdered Joyce and had
not taken active part in the mImacre,
but persods Joining unlawful enter
prses we re responsible for all acts of
parties thereto connected, for as per
sonally concerned he should and would
be very glad it those with whom the
decso. ra M me their way to r
a nserelfnu o .rleaton of Maloy's
appeal. The prisouers will be hangedj
on December lith.
THESTEL LVHD" TRK. \
ST. LoL'Is, Nov. 21.-In an inter
view with C'ol. Hitcheok, manager of
the Vulcan Steel & Iron Works, inti
'muted that the works would clume Dl
31., and remaiun closed all wine.
Hitchcock gave the following iniuA-r4
ing informaation, respecting steel rail
lintereat in the country: Hie sould that
thln priec of teetl rail has fallen twenty
five lwr cent. It was sixty dollars ler
ton ton, it's now forty-live dollars.
When rails were worth sixty dollars,
iron was Mold at fruont twenty-three
dollars anid fifty cents to twentity-four
per ton. The iron men now want
twenty four. Take twenty-ive per
Vcnt oftwenIty-six, and it- will leave
i lineteen dillarn anid fifty cents, that is
. what we ought to get pig Iron for.
I have oth-red tlihese men twenty dol
lars per ton, but they will not take it.
It is al(o<ether Idle to talk alibout keep
I Ing the N ulcn at work, unleo we get
can get Ig iron for twenty dollurs
The priceN' of stel rail has fallen be
(iume thie prodiuCttion hA been too
great. The estiniated aupaclty of the
steel mills in use In now 2',15iA,1ri tons
agauiinst 1,21,tMN» tons for Ih1. New
deimaund as closhe as 1 can get at
it for the next year will be about one
million toIns. ull It flifty per cent. ol
the : t.el mill capacity, that shows it
will be iuMilaMWible for all the niills to
work full time, nuder the most favora
ble elrenniastunce. but as far as eonlp
titlon i% concerned. it is very dittlicult
to figure out. I believe railroad them
selvesdon't know what they want uni
til after they nave men their annual
balance at It's est, there will be little
new rimd building. There will he aso
trunk iliae built into TexIaq or Mexico.
There will be no nickel plate laid east I
and went. We will have to delpend
upon reconstruetioa and repairs of
roadsalready built, There will be a
good deal of this done, but not enough
to take more thanim fifty |r ceut. of the
1)prent eaparlty of the steel mills. I be
I leve coanigren will not make any mater
Ial cliange in the tariff. The duty on
mnateriaso may be lowered, that is ex
pected I believe, but the oeandtlion of
the trnka In this ountry is such that
duty on Iron cuts very little figur
one way or Uthe other. If by Wr Amt
of December, at which unse our p -
oet emte wil be " I
eant plebure mutt fat
Swi at sima"3 woM asri wlable as 6
wewilllmheams r l a, nd if we
do olose IM mmei will bethewma out pf
employment.L A pay all of E Atqm
hiiumaad dolae aw e&m w «to
ped. Vr ar Ow m's hae Vwe
gladly enaUtiaut work, but we
rui our iivemulmi Im.
n -ilM .0 f emlMgskllet4g uuka
Drs ail Iedioiis
LIQUORS A ('I4,ARI.
k"'eiy, &ngon Aand gcntratjy h.t
in a wi., renulled drug houip. 1
Eilli tr& Spjiisk
Connecting at Sprbeh With Rodgers'.
Daily sets ag
]DE T~ WOOD,
QTbe atage lenven Mile. Citv
Monday, Wtdmsiday and Frkirv
morning at o'clwk. Forpauimp r
any inlbhrntkan ajply to
A. MAXWELL, PUlP.
I Main Stret, '±i!v City, M. T.
It s tot the lflteret of' ail who are 1muaqualjne4
With the quality of Coal of thu4 .aumtry, bi*1un.r
nt;akI nj aragant ftr winterip feel tuezaknivo.
I BETTER ANO WY. AS
which hi as lawsI hers f,-c itie pm t bmp via,.
and alwaysa gve an ivemaa butlsalattssmi. Thila (fis
Is juat asna u m ntoiastds. All 111d.& . 1vm.14M
fillfd. Rsp atile diocomusa fur LajeQvi
0. W. SAVAM & SOMS S7MI .
W. N. HAINES,
Iil MII) CITY. MNOZTANA.
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