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VOLUMEi. NO. 60.
MILESCITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 188a.
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MILESCITY, M. T.
JOH.LKKiHTON, - PRESIDENT.^KICH'l) i:. STOW EH, CASHIER.
AndTransmitted to the Readers^of the Journal this^Morning.
AFather Kills His Two Children^and Then Tries to Destroy
JudgeLynch Comes to the Front^in San Frencisco and Makes^Quick Work.
RailroadAccident and Boiler^Explosion in Massachusetts^With Serious Results.
NkwYi^hk, Dec. ai.-The mutch^Khiiu of riK'kcU for the i'liiinipioiiHliiij^of the world unit f-VKi, U twe* n .!^^-. j^li^(Jrtty, Knirlisli clminpion, unit Henry^Hrookn, ^ tiuiri]^ion of America, was^won hy (jrtiy.
Mkkkiton,Out., Dec. 20.^Bwie^Bye, uired II yeur^, and her Hlnter. ajrwi^Hi, were drowned to-day. The vouiik-^er one attempUil to n-ncue the* other,^who had hroke through the ice. They^were Hkuting on thecunul.
ATTIIITKI) TRAIN WRKCKIXG.
Mbjjbjmbj,Conn., Dec. Mf^An at^^tempt wias made to wreck tlie three !^o'clock M-eoinniodation train out of^New York; about two mi'es below thia !^i-ity. by a tie being |^.;u-ed on the^track. It curled up under the for^^ward truukx of the hk oinotive und^lirought the train, which ^h^ ruining^at a high rate or mm uI, to a Htaudntill^with alanuiiig auddciiuefMi. but with- i^out doitit; damage. Not far behind^'^nine th^ limited cx|^r^^* train for^HoaUni, the fa^U^it tmiu on the road, |^I and despite the signala sf tlie bruke-^' nit n it wan not lmjn than a train's^1 length
Washinoim.n,Dec. ^ a^BtMJ 1the ac^.umi.Hlation'.rain,
Chandleraavs that It la not true that! )*!!!^,',!^w^ 8^^.'.^.p^ a*1!!1.^ ^^^^r^he haa decided to clone any moru navy
Alaoa full line of Gent*' Furniihinf tiooda at,^^Kotioua
TakenAll in All, the Last Week^of the Year Goes Out With^a Bad Record.
AuthorizedC'uiiitul,^Paid up Capital,
Job.I*Kt^lirro^, Rich. E. Htowkr.^A I. Willi Mykum, Wm. H. QtTTafaUB,^^jk^. M. Mll.Ks, JikHN J. Ukaiiam.^j AS. S. H4U.mii.n, I . S. A.
iMtuwroNDWCl:^^Chatham National lUiik. Nrw York fltjr.^Merchavis Loan ami Truat Co., Cblcair*.
Max^^unU Naliutial Hank Si. Paul. Minn
Boston,Mass., Dec. Chan. Sey^^mour, theatrical muuager, is mining^since Friday ni^ht.
HAIl.ltOA IJ STOCKS.
NkwYokk, Ubb. M^ Northern Pa^^cific 401, prcwrivil M|; f^t. Paul, Miu-^[ nea|Hilis ^V Maiiiioba I l-i.
Panama,Dec. iSi.^Peace negotia^^tions between Bolivia und nulla haa^I oeeu broken oil', and war declared.
MoNKioMKUY,Ala., Dec. Jil.^All^qiilet at 0|^ciika. The ah^ rilt' has ton^^Htittlcieiit to miiiiituin order and sus^^tain the coiiiuiihsioiiers.
Savannah,Oh., Dec. Jti.^A fire in^YYelhuuii's wurchousc. coi ner of Bay^and Price street*, dumaged MPJ liales of^cotton; uboul 4 ^ i^er ct nt insurance.
\Va8HINoto.n,Dec. ^i.^Win, M.^Evarta acct|)ta an iuviUitioii of the^Joint committee of eolit(reaa ill New-^imig, New York ccuUnuial, to deliver^tlie oration.
Piiii.AUK1.phia,Dec. 26.^Officer^Joaeph Jarvaa wua proi^ably lalully^stabbed while dinpirsiug a lot of^roughs at Oiruid and Leynurd atreeta,^ou Christmas night.
ItiHiikmkii, N. Y., i^ec. M^ Preai-^di nt Atkinson, of the Commercial^Bunk, has liceii appointed receiver of^the City Bank 01 Rocbestcr, aud his^bond fixed at yiOO.ouO.
NkwYoiik, Dec. b*bV^Money, Sf^,6;^closi-d, otltTerl, ^(^,s. Prime merchuiita^BRMf Mstfl steriiflg eXi liali^e, bank^^ers' bilia, steady, 4M ; slt iliug ex^^change, demuiid, 46^'i.
Knoxviuk,lenn., l^ec. 26.^Mat^^thew Prcasiiell aud Vv liliam Mont-^Komery lou^lu laal night o\ei a game^oleums. Moutgomery used a kulie,^mid pMBBUcll a pialol. Moiilgomery
yards.However, plans ior reducing^ex|s-nditurea in the civil departments^of the navy yards will be announced^at an early day.
Washinuton,Dec. 26.^Upper Mis^^sissippi and Missouri valleys, fair^followed by colder weather, north^^erly to easterly winds and ahiltinif to^west and south, followed by slightly^fulling barometer, stationary or slight^rise in temperature.
Indianapolis,Ind., Dec. 26.^ The^democratic committee of the ninth^congreaaional district met in the city^to-day und uninitiated Judge Ward,^ton fe-sinaii elect, to till the vacancy^n ade by the death of Hon. dodlove S.^Oitu. _
Piiiladki.phia, Pa., Dec. 26.^^Sb.teuient ot all the lines of the Peun- j^s^ lvania lailnnul company east of Pitta- !^burg and Erie for November, 1KH2,^compared with Hume month in isxi,^shows un increase in gross euruings^oi %-M,H10; Increase of expen-e %$t\,- j^592; increase of net earnings $14,201.82. I
Washington,Dec. 26.^The presi-'^dent has issued an executive order set-'^timr apart certuin lauds in Dakota ter^^ritory, for the Turtle Mountain bind^of i hip|^ewu Indians, and other^I inlians of the Cbip|sjwa t ribr, aa some^of the interior may see Ht to aeltle^thereon.
NkwOki.kanh, La., l)e^^. 26.^A
Timet-/JaiwrutMonroe, Louisiana,^| special says : Oin house and other out-^, buildiiiKson the plantation of Oeorge
Millerwas burned by an inoeudiary.
Noinsurance. Wm. Brown haa been
At^ Jill's Enterprise laat night John^Booth shot four men, two seriou-ly.
PlTTBBCKO,Pa., Dec. 26.^A meet- '^lug of pig Iron inanulacturers will he^held lo-morrow for the pur|mse of |^forming a protective asseiatiou. Be-^^re adjournmciit, action is to lie taken^to secure a more etpiiiuble rates on^tariff than thut recoiiiiucndid by BB^^mission. Another matter to come up^for s^tth ini nt will be the question^hsikiiig to the reduction of prices on
NorthAuams M'.iss.,D.c 26.^At j^Hartwellville to-day, while End Wil^^liams and Marshal Mason were looking ]^on at an engine, the boiler exiihsJeu^and they were both instantly killed,^their bodies being terribly mangled.^The head of (he boiier went into a^chair factory adjoining. The boiler^house was demolished. The chair fac^^tory was badly damaged, and thirty^ions of rocks removed three roth, and^a boy lifted into tlie air aud carried^about four rods.
nessthat it almost threw the paaaeu-^gera out of their seals. Paa*eiigera of^both trains were great!\ .'xdted.
NkwYohk, Dec. tL^ The conimit-^^ee on grain, of the produce exchange,^gave a verdict to-,lay u|^on points in^the controversy between Lane ^fc Son,^and Hunted A Hazeltou, the matter^in issue arising out of the late eorner In^grain. The decision stated that deliv^^eries were made in accord with the^rules of the produce exchange, aiui^that Hustetl ^ Hazel ton must pay^Lane ^^ Son Hie amount claimed, $151,-^Xid, with interest from Novemlier 29,^1HS2. That the charges of .fraud and^conspiracy against Lane A Son had^not been sustained, but that 16,332^bushels of corn originally purchased^for shipment by Lane A Son, and not^shipped, huviiig been delivered by^them in grain receipts. Lane ^ Son^shall pay Huston A Hazelton *4,42H^with interest from N'ovenilH-r 24, 18H2,^being the difference between the price^raid by Lane ^ Son to Hustetl A^Hazelton, and settling the price on the^day of delivery.
Chicago,Dec. 26.^Hogs^receipts,^11,000; shipments, 1,600. Active and^strong, 10 lower, common to good ;^mixed, 5.^of^6.10; heavy, 6.00f^6.60.^light, 5.50(^^ 6.20; skips., 3.75(o5.50;^Cattle-reeeipts,2,000; shipments, l.tttui;^fairly active, steady on desirable quali^^ties, general market dull and unsatis^^factory; fancy I sieves 6.25'.. 6.50;^good to choice shipping 525(^ 010;^common to medium 425'^ 51(1; consider^^able number of late arrivals not sold;^stis-kers und feeders 3.10f^4.20; sheep^receipts, 600, shipments, 2,300, active^shippers and local butchers buying^rutner freely, values not tpiotably^altered, common to fair, butchering^3.00c^ 3.75; medium to gtsaj 4.00fa 4.76 ;^choice to extra 4.40f^.5.20. Sheep^ re^^ceipt* 600, shipments 1,500, common^to fair 2.'fii'^ 3^5; mixed 325; medium to^good 3 0f^i 425; choice to extra 430f(i 475.^The Journal cable reisirts market^steady at Liverjiool. For American^stock steers. lHcts ; sheep, 17(^ rUeta,
KeptCooatauiU* on hand.
Hifbeatcwth pric* paid 1m BiAaa and fu ^-^Park Street, Milea City. 41
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WeGuarantee our Work
OPENDAY AND NICHT
St.Lot is, i^ec. M ^A private dla-^pau li bus ta-eu lecei veil here ataliBg^thai a ooiillicl ttsik place bit ween the^hoalile laciiona ut the Crtek Duliaua^1 iiuur Muakuga, but the reaull la not^staled.
Monthkal.i an., Dec. H6. - Local^p.., u -. assert that \ uiith rbilt haa^tautii uii iutvreat lu theCuuaUaSouih-^tifi railway.
,, ot and ahoa tactorie* all at work
TOOKHIS OWN LIFE,
Bonton,Ikjc. at^.^Byrou Kimball,^tiny-live years old, ol Haiigor, Maine,^.mil a sUnjX broker of Boaion, cut his^(moid Uiis eveulua in hia room in tbe^.Miiiikon hotel. Very little hop** ol^lus recovery.
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turraaaiatalaaf all kBab.^Luara*. ^ r^st^. Vm Ullla Bjniawaa With pool^Mt taaalui ubaa. Fraak Law Star on ^, .^^kalSaaii. Tka aaallt aM aUlaellad. jsj
iha^kkort, Ky^ Dec. 20.-Town^Otliot r Lauyhliu and Oeo. Pert Wish!^bud a diflteulty, the parUeutara not^siuttd, In Lawreueeburg, Auderaou^comity, laat (Saturday night, when^i nch allot tha other la' IM breaat.^Laughlln waa killed outright, aud^1 vi iwoud died to-day.
pottersON thr STRIKE, i
EahtLivkkpooI., Ohio, 1K^c. 26.^^Ill view ol 'the disturbed condition ol nf-^lairsgrowing outol the potters strike,^Mayor Burgess haa issued a proclaina-^tioii I hat all persons ariatmibliug on the^streets or higliwaya, unlawfully con^^gregating in buildings, or insulting^citizens pursuing their work, will la*^arrested and dealt Willi according to^law. Extra police have la^en sworn in,^and with the regular force, feel confi^^dent to control any disturbance that^may arise.
Col.l'MUUS,Ua , Dec. 26.^ A Christ^^mas day difficulty occurred at Troy,^Ala., in wi.ifh George Formal allot^dead Frank Hollywell. Several ahota^were tired by colli parties, but only^one took effect. 'I he difficulty grew
SanFkancisco, Dec. 2^i.^A 67orV^dispatch says, that in a saloon at^Pio.ieer, Win. Hartley step|ied un to^the liar to take a drink, when Tom^Kerr, without provocation, kins-ked^him down. Kerr then drew a pistol^and saying, ^Young fellow, now I've^got you,^ placet! i he pistol at his^breast and tiled, killing him instantly.^Kerr was disarmed, and a jurv of^iwelve held an informal trial. Kerr^asked for an hour's time to arrange hia^business in, and sat down und with^perfect Madness wrote to his mother at^Lexington, 111., reuuealing all his ef^^fects to he given toiler, and then ask is I^for several drinks. The citizens then^took him out to a sycamore tree. He^then made a few remarks, confeMMiig^the killine of several nun. They drew^him up at once, and then let him^down ; he then iraked permission to^take off hia Uaiis, saying, ^He did not^want to die with his botiU mi.^ Thia^request was gra..ted, aud he waa then^swung up. The body waa cut down^this morning.
Spbtnikiki.d, Muss., Dec. 38.^Mer-^riani A. Montgomery, about 2n years^old, shot his two little childnn at^Packardvilte, near Amherst, this^morning, inaiaiitlv killing QctBjge, aix^years old, und pnaSably fatally wound^^ing Eva, four years old. Montgomery^had not lived with his wile for eight^mouths, leaving her through Jealousy,^and she made her home with her^lather, Horatio Landi, a farmer. Mont^^gomery visited her family Saturday^ami remained until to-day. This^morning he asked hia wile if she^would live with him, and she refused.^He i in medial ely went out to where the
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outot an old leud. Both parties are ehn.in.,, wen playing and shot them.
well-knownbusiness men. The trag^^edy caused considcrutilc excileiiieut
Savannah,Oa., De^-. m. - Win. H.^Otten, having quarreled with Joseph^Stilts at Way Cnaw, Stiles cut Otten's^throat. Both were colored. Molhe^Baker, uolured, proiaibly futally shot^Wm. Davis, also colored.
Fahgo,Dec. US.^Today a special^election was held iu Cwaa eouuty upon^the township origination. Only nine^votes wrre east In Fargo, t^lghl lor aud^one againt the county, hting alt that^were meat Interested iu the question.^The eltv prelered the outside prcciui ts^tosettlf iL As fur us heard Iron , 512^vote* were |wlled lu the county, and^only four against the proposition.
thestomach of the Mcllonald child,^round dead In Moreln-ad m few day*^ago, was thia morning sent to Ht. Paul
Sranalysis to determine what caused^e death. Th^ drill king of ak^hol Is^generally believed as tbe reatwu.
Hethen tried to sluait his wife and^her lather, hut was overpowered by^(alter, and kept in the house till tbe^sheriff came. He was taken to North^^ampton, pleaded imh guilty, and was^sent to Jail. He does not drink, and^says he does Hot remember having^committed the crime. Tbe whole,^family imme from the Weal in tbe^spring and little is known of them.
TheEpiscopal iadlia at St. Paul^Guild, siMMild aiTaRge for a course of^cheap rnt^ rtaiunienta for the winter.^Admission twenty-live cants, or a^course ot Ire, for one dollar
Say^n organ recital by^lard and Jud^e Rasja.
Alecture by Dr. Wm. HursAdl
Acoooert by the 84. Paul's church^choir.
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SMOKINGCASES,^,i VASES, BU^T8,
Eierything on hand petterrdiy kfyt^in a tvcU regmkU^d drug Aouee. I
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Connectihgat Spearfish with Rodgcrs'^Daily Stage for
$k9~Tliestage leavtn Mittc City^Monday, WedmtaWty and Friday^moniinge at 8 o'eka-k. P^sr paaaage ^ r^any iRfonuavtiou apply to
A.J. MAXWEU, PROF.
1 Main Street, Miles City, M. T.
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