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ARTH'r H. O'(CONNOR.
A Arttmerv--Law and Nota i Public.
ANDatW r. BIIRLKEH.
MILm CfTY, - MOITANiA.
C 2. LKBCHE M. D.
PHYrNICIAN ANl, SUIB'l l.
OBfe U City DruIg Mtat.
e JAY HoKllI
* PHIl.I(IAN ANI) S'R(EON.
O(o tbow the Journal buldiig, Main trMt.
IAMX WILDE, Antorney at Law. Billings. 9. T.
O Praske is all courta of te Territory.
MTEACHEK OF MUBIC,
MIL CITY, . . . . TAA.
Isstrnetiuns on the Piae sd Vcal Mule a
Spelaly. IuF sos Tamed.
MILES CITY, M. T.
JO8. LEIGHTON, - PRESIDENT.
RICH'D E. 8TOWER, CASHIBR.
Authorized Capital, - * $50,000.
Tald up Uapital, - * $ 60,000.
JoI. LaionT'w, RimC. E. STOWzR.
ALFia.U MVFHa, Wx. H. GnTHIIR.
lJuo. M. MI .LW, JOHN J. GRAHAM.
JAN. ri. BismIN, U. 8. A.
hatham National hank, New Vork City.
MerchantI, IAI5i and Trust Co., Chicaf.
1 Merchanta National Bak. S. Paul, Mian.
A. D. HcAUSLAND,
OF EVERY DZSCRIPTION.
. R*AVY AND REUULAR HiARPI RILEB
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We Guarantee our Work
=ION HALL SALON
QPEN DAY AND NIOT
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R.rp.tEEd Erprauy IAr th D(Uy rYeflewtoer
d.oural b ty (r Wetrr AwerMated
Prew M and Ita Werm (Mias
THE WAYS OF THE WOSLD
As Presented to the Readers
of the Journal This
A Disasterots Fire in Buffalo,
N. Y.,. with a Loss of
A Postal Car on Fire, Destroys
a Very Large Amount
The Troops are Called Out to
Quiet a Riot in North
The World's Wickedness Makes
up the Balance of the Tele
DAYTON, Ohio, Dec. 21.-Rear Ad
miral Jamen F. Chletick died to-day of
neuralgia of the head, aged ieveit. -
five. He had lived in this city since
WIS TIPED FAILURE.
CHIrNAo, Dec. 21.-F. B. Gardner,
a lumber dealer, and worth neaely a
million dollars, ha faded. Lialltles
estimated at $60.000, ameta neaily as
much. This is his third failure.
TOOK HIs OWN LIE.
MILWAUKKR, Dec. 21.-James Ben
nett, a stockholderof the First Nation
al tank, M initowoo, muicided to-day
by shootlni himself. The cause was
KOKeMO, Ind., Dec. 21.-Claude
McIntyre, aon of the auditor-eleet of
Howard county, is a fugitive, charged
with the forgery of notes to the amount
of $30,00. The money was used in
HARTFORD. Ct.. Dec. 21 -The Ford
t'rothers, advertiaed to lecture with
illnstrations on the manaer of the
killing of Jesse James. reelved two
dollars, the amount taken in at the
doors. The lecture was postponed.
BOOK TRADE MNEINGO.
WARHINTON, I)ec. 21.-The bock
trade to-day adopted a resolution In
'Iting various protective massooiations
of kindred nature to join In a demand
for a hearinr before the committee on
ways and meana of the hodse of rep
reisentativen of the United States.
RAN FRANCIsCO. Dec. 21.-A small
boat containing a woman crossed the
her last Tuesday on a fishing cruise.
The hoat hos been missing since and a
careful qearch has been made without
avail. The boat in believed to have
capsizeild and nil on hourd downed.
A OUILT TEAMSVUMB.
('.mfON. Ill.. Dee. 21.- James A.
Wilson. treasurer of DeWitt county.
hauig d1 himself to-day. It is discov.
eiled timt he has lately lost everything
ipiirltttiiis on the Chicago board of
toade. Ilms necounts appear corrent.
and lie hadl jiust ben re-elected to the
ofi.eo of t rpeinrer far four years more.
He was well known through central
TROUBLU WITH RIOTERIU.
RAZiGon. N. C., Dec. 21.-A riot
oocurred at Lincoln originating in an
attack of train handa upon a payma).
ter, caused great excitement. The
town comnmlssonerm called out the
local military comnpanj whblch arrested
thirty of the liading irters. Repeat
«d thiieat bly r to burn tja own
have comipelled t " M ito keep
portal day and night. Is afternoon
the otVernor received a teleru an lat
Ing the troule hbd Just begun. Fresh
troopt ord'-ro-d. I
FARUO, I|e. 21.-The graMnd jury
to.day made a report to the woart,
muntalning the sherif. and his method
of feeding ptitmoner I the jail, and
leverely mepun Jdge Brooke sand
the county poummletob ee Mer at*
Wampting to cut down the price of
oesm of Poriponer, and 1recem ded
that the asherif ontlme to fet *rthe
food as h-eeassure sen tan t pris
tow esou hStet adf i UPH"
the oWdt ftm MI M
«efamid to gly per magi,- a '*
rotundJ 10 ^ gl9d pest "1' en
Seeese I.:* ww hub m.. ofr/f.
MILWAUKEE, Dec. 2l.-Ahout 200
enmplove of the nlicaro, Milwauk.w
& i,. P'il car sholm threaten to strl; e
if not ipmil off before thOI holidat .
The co( ii mn is disposied to wait till
aftAr that time. The rule hai been to
pay the nen before the 20th of each
ionth, while the charter ealls on or
before the Ijth. The action was takn
simultaneously with that of the nmen
employed in the Chicago shopm ,f the
comlpny. The lay ear at prew nt is
in Ckhicwag. Public opinion favors the
action of the men.
CLEVELAND, KDec. 21.-A Wakakon
ota special reports the arrest there ol
E1l Krieck. nineteen years old, on the
charge of nialiming and roblbing J. H.
hafler, a nian upwards of fifty years
of age Tile latter went to town Mon
day with ninety dollars, and indulged
in a spree with Krieck. Tuesday
morning Shaffer was found in the
woods minus hats, bots and clothing,
moneylem, Insensible and supposed to
be dying. He was removed to a house
In the village and attended by phy-l
clans. He bece conious during
the day but relapsed suddenly. He
was examined by doctors who found
he had not only been robbed, but had
been svagely castrated. Krieck was
found to-day and arrested. He con
femed hi guilt and was committed
without bal. Shafer's condition is
WASHmNTOW, D. C., Dec. 21.
SKNATR.--Re.olutions were introduced
favoring a rebate on the stock of to.
baceoon hand, if the tax is abolished,
and declaring it to be the sense of the
senate that the presumption laws
should be repealed. The solidity of
the adjourned resolution was rejected
r y twenty.flve to thirty-six. The
agricultural appropriation bill was
passed by the house. A resolution was
reported by the ways and means com
mittee in favor of the rehate on stock
on hand in the case of the tobacco tax
if redaiced or alolibhe4. The army
S.ppropriation bill of Sf682.700 wu
Staken up, and a provision for reducing
fifty per oent. of the compensation of
lad grant of railways for carrying
troops and supplies was discharged
Swith conasierable warmth.
MEMPHIS, Dec. 21.-The Appenal's
Affbrd, Iisisippi, speisol ays that
Gen. C'himerm turns up here in the
roll of asistant United States attorney
to prosecute parties charged with al
leged offers, and under the election
laws. In his opening speech yester
day in prosecuting the Lafayette board
of election commiessoners, for failure
to allow certain uanies of partles al
leged to not be legal voters, he an
nounced that he had been regularly
retained by the government to a-sist
Attorney Chandler in prosecuting
such cases. The grand jury, Just dis
charged, it is claimed, did not contain
supporters of Manning at the late
election. The petit jury made up the
count ofR%, and all other public offices
were closed during the services and
there wa a general manifestation of
sorrow. Chalmers came unattended.
Freu IN sr. LOUs. .
ST. Louis, Dec. 21.-Between seven
and eight to.night a fire bioke out in
W. H. Hggarty & Sons' auction house,
57 Washington avenue, running to
St. Charles street, and before it could
be got under cuntrol, pretty well
destroyed the stock of miscellaneous
merchandiae valued at about 40,000;
insura.ice. t3,000. The upper floor of
the building was ocoupied by E. A.
Walker & Co., dry goods merchants,
whose main store Is on the coiner of
St. Charles and Fifth streets and lent
on Hairgarty's building. These to rs
had about $75.000 worth of, goods on
them, the most of which were de.
stroyed. The upper part of the main
store was also damaged 825,000,covered
by insurance. The building adjoining
Wa4s occupied by G. Layer & Co.,
dealers in hate and caps, etc., and
manufacturers and dealers in )eans
goods. This store did not seem to be
much burned, but the stock * was
badly dam.aged by water and smokte.
MILWArKKx, Dec. 21.-Floour dull
and unchanged, wheat quiet, ho. .
hard, nominal; No. 2. t Dee. 94;
Jan. 93! Feb. 93%; year 94; No. 3 78%;
No. 4. 64%; commous to dull, heavy
No. 52. 63%. Oits sndhanged, to
light demand new M; white 38. Bye
qilet updt unbchanged. No. 1. S7 No.
2, 04;. Barley easter, No. . TS; ex.
tra No. 3. 52X. Providsa quIet;
miss prk IT 7.0 mh Ieb.; IT.60 P1 .
lard prime stam 10.6 cauh Dee.; 10.46
Jan. Live ho ri olt saw"0 beter
Jan, teabwphG I
a *bob quiet
4-i _ 77
a sbus itese lre~ f~
BI'PREMk COURT DOINGS.
WAHIN(Mrox. I.e. 2I.-Tlhe l >u
iretnqe court adjoiiurnil.e to dnv until
.Inlluaryv 3d. The susl.leded fli-he'
Itr, NXw York. bunk. whichl applied in
lMarch. IMKt, for (onlverhin into a Nu
t (nAbl bantk. on iaeount of a. extended
. blllinft lIv rcilimm-nlot and loaUs
had itllappllation ldnied.
NIEW YOT K. Dec. 21. -;Tie potoffice
aiutlhorities aillmoIr.ctil that as near as
could hIe ascertaired thle mail fr~in
tills city conisnliid In burning post|al
car on the IIu Ison River rtilway con
RiRted of matter received at the general
postoffl . lwtw ei d 9 a. m. and 1:30 p.
m.. of the 20th inst., for the fullowing
cities and states: 'I hre foregn
pouches for San Francisco, two foreigai
louches for Chicago, and with the ex
ception of about Ave sacks saved, the
following paper mail: Iowa, 78 sack ;
Minnesota, 43; Nebraska, 23; Wis.
consin, 65; Montana, 10; Dakota, 14.
All tran-Pacifc foreign mail mailed
during the twenty-four hourspreceding
7:30 p. m. of the IOth inst., is included
in the mail destroyed in addition to
the above. At leat a large portion of
the foreign paper mall for the same
secon was received yesterday or the
steamers Bolivia, City of Chester and
8t. Lauret was detroyed.
BrrALo, Dec. 21.-One of the
most destructive fires that has visited
Buffalo for a long time occurred this
afternoon shortly before five o'clock.
Passers by noticed a volume of smoke
issuing from the roof of the magnid
cent new building of Jas D. Warren,
proprietor of the Commercial Adver
tiser, cornet of Washington and North
Division streets. Almost immediately
thereafter bright fliames shot up in
view. The alarm was sent to the
encine house a block away, and the
firemen arrived, with the chemical op
erators. The alarm was sent to their
bouses in the vicinity, by this means
a good deal of valuable time was lost.
It was frilly twenty minutes before
the first stream was turned on. An
immense crowd assembled in the
streets and impeded the work of thb
firemen. The flanies lighted up the
sky for males around. Under the
street on Main street, about a block
away, are three large cisterns con
tainalag * supply of water nd hbuilt
expressly for use in the event of a
large fire where one of them opened.
A tremendous explosion of gas fol
lowed, blowing one man fully twenty
feet, and knocking down several. The
injured man was takdn to the hospital.
In about an hour after the fire started
the roof of the Masonic Temple, a
splendid building, was in flames. This
structure was occupied by various
Masonic orders and the large whole.
sale grocery house of Miller. Grener
& Co. In a short timune the top floor
was a mass of fire. Fortunately there
was no wind blowing. At seven
o'clock the first named building was
entirely gutted, only Ihe walls remain
lug Two floors of the Masonic Temple
were burned before the firemen o>t
tained the mastery. The Commercial
building has a fro'tage on Washing.
ton street of over luK feet, and cost
*75,000. One-half was occupied by
the ComUmercial Adertliaur and the
other half by the large wholesale
and saddlery house of Harvey D.
Blakslee. In the rear was a large
building occupied by the Jewett
Manufacturingcoimpay forbox manu.
factory, and manufacturing of bird
cages and other articles. Although
considerably damaged by fire and
water, this hulkling was saved. The
fire originated in the engraving room.
and was caused by the employs allow.
ing some irons which he had been U.s
Ing for waxing sheet plate. for trains
for to catch in a gas jet. It is suppased
that Ii his excitement he threw the
iron down and they Ignited %ome viari
lsthed slates. Nothing was saved.
The files of the Advertiser for fifty
years were lost. When the alarm
was given, the employes ru*hed from
the building, abandoning costs and
hats. These In the job department,
owing to the smoke, were unable to
make their way down stairs, got on
the tf and eoawled alon to Jewell
building. when they tnd i
safety. Several of the am taioted
when they found they were safe. Out
of 110 employes in the building, only
one man, Wm. Mahony, was injired.
He was badly burned. Loa of teek.
furniture and balilok. Is etlmaepd
at 8175.000; Insuranee, *12.000.
Blakishe's loss is etimated at .
000.; IMeraM 8.GE. MdlBss
Oaeur Ao's bmum s-e Mi
lifi bualoi t uiMety. psi wm
oeure in -- ty.
TBieedoI ale sea
Theayss tse 7t
AiM. a ut.. .o ' m. rIshlg Gad sad
lashest Sass Nr Cu1. 6
City rug Store,
LIQUOBRS CIAA. .
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Cm..hg - spubb wI m
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grThe stage leaves Miles City
Monday, Wedwwtiay and FrIMay
imorninm at 8 o'clock. For pMeW wr
any information apply to .
A. J. MAXWELL, PW.
1 Main Street, Miles City, M. T.
whth the m atquss M an tw a s S
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"Signal" Br .
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