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THE DAILY JOURNAL
MILrT CITY. MONTANA.
Wednesday, December it. es.
' liE O)FFICIAL PAPER OF CUSTER CO'UNTY.
r~ bills agala TRE YVtI.owoa~tt Jor.NAL,
,* ,,utreted by ~y of thl emplosof maid paper. or
,.nters, will e ierttarnd unle aeem.maed V
a, written order signed by the pmblsher.
The 4ltur of THE SIr.LowTroIR JOUlnAL Is
.tC reneon.ible for any of the opiluone or atter
a 'icen of its. orrepundenta.
.ntlce it hereby given to all concerr4d that Tut
, .LLoWSToKI JoI'tNAL holds the contract .om
itsr governor of Montana it do all printing and
a .lrenlalg of whatever mature chargealeo toCe
a,-r counti ; and also I the deilgnated and cniy
Ip.ar in tlwster counlty in which .riese by publi
Satloa cat, he iepiMy made. Iegl notices pub
Ji.hbd in other papers of (luserequnty atm wend
and worthis, ha buer decided by the aeorts of
The story telegraphed all over the
.ountry that Secretary Lincoln had
furnimhed the Marquis of Lorne and
IPrinees Louise a guard on account of,
I'enian threats ansldet their lives, Is
entirely without foundation, Col.
Tourtellette, of the United statesanny.
who has been playing flunky, and
lackey, to the royal pair in their pilt
gimage through the country, was
utfraid of Indians and not Fenians,
and asked am eseort of ter men to
protect the party. The detail was
made on the request of acaptain and
Irevet colonel of the United States
army, who has neither manly
dignity or good sense enough to keep
from dhlgraelng the uniform he wears.
There is a wide difference between the
dignified courtesy and generous hos
pitality for which the omicers of our
army are distinguished, and the au
lierservient toadyismof the aggregious
wa, who Is not only disgusting his
I rother omoers, but the nat.On gener
ally. by playing Anotman and card re
reiver for English nobility.
THe close of the year sees the gap in
the Northern PaNlfie lallrond reduoed
to 300 miles, which it is expected wlHl
be filled up. by the end of the com
1mny's fiscal year, June :W(th, 1tt3.
The earnia of the road even now ex
rwed the expectations of Its friends,
and with the through business it will
!,ave upon conmpletlon, It can hardly
tall to make satifaetory r.tunns to itl
stockholders of Ibnth clasues. The
,omitpletion of penlding negotiations
for a large block of the coniapivy's land
will reduce the amount of outhtasnding
preferred stock to less than thirty niil.
Hons, upon which dividends cant, Inl
till probability, be wgularly pItld .arons
now on, and should the conpleted
roed yield a revenue proportional to
what the present niileage loes, the
time is not hr distant wheni the coin
soon stock will also yield a regular int
tnuae to Its holders. Recently the de
pressions in the whole stc*k market
has had its effect on this, as well us
'ther stocks of lesas ntrinsic value anid
it haa declined somnewhsat, giving throe
who wish, an opportunity to tbay nflre
advantageously than they could have
dlone a short time ago.
Shooting aera)s along the end of
the track seenl to be or frequent ocrur
renne. We publish this morning anl
aHcount of the shooting at Billing.,
and from the Post we find the follow
i tng aecount of an aflkir further up the
line. It mays: "Wm. IBuckley was
,wccdently shot in a railrimd camrlp a
i',w miles heyond Livingston, on Mat
orday night, by James Enwrson. It
seems some disturbance occurtd in the
mnap over somne trifling affair, and
,luring the exicitement a six-shooter
was accidntly dismharged, the fall
taking efiect bekw the unfortunate
nman's left eye and "aime ou, on the left
side of i.s neck. The wound did not
appear hftal at the time, and lie was
put on the first euast-ound train to I-e
taken to the plet hospital at Fort
Keogh. Wheni the train atrlved at
IWlling he ww liet at the Northern
Patle mrilroad h.mital over night,
and in the morning lie was talken on
the train, but expirel before reaching
K(egh. Becrkly wo,, fromn Illinois,
,nd was a grader on the railway. lie
was about ty-4thre year" of age."
Yt me dhe As *i e is"
Pen d'" Odelle lake is eaistamnly ue
ported to be 0 miles long, but 8uler
latendet FIrdyce states that It is 4.
miles; tntles al this lanm es being
.4 of the brIdge and ,tmlls wrt.
l .MIOuKAPC 04 # i no
w watlr. Is .,ntlertbh d asqlle wide.
'Ihe Ihat.r e Iutg on a whhir the
ff Epo Ins ribsth I
Ill is ummk,1 th h
4 phet b ,1m d or
DAILY AND WErKLY.
TIE YELLOWS'TNE JNINAL
A TYPICAL W BTERN PAPER.
As the dawn of a New Year approaches a pat
cmae of the laboriag people in the oeweverwded
eastern cities ae seeking information of the
OGlden Nerthwest. with its boundless prairies of
untold ferillity, with ts millions of ares of vacant
goverunent land awaiting claimants, with its
towering mountalma, hills and productive valleys,
dotted here and thee with the prosperous racaih
man's cabin, the blls and plains covered wth
thousmlns upen thmuands of fine cattle, ea herd
representing a bengts. contentedly muneelng the
noerishlug grasses which the country is farmes
and where better ca such Infonnrmati he otalmaed
t san throgh the columns of a representative new
paper,uch a iLs the
published I. the very heat of the land "Whern
Cattle is Klag." sad at the gteaeet cattle shil*Pi"g
point la the New Noethwest-Miles City. The
asI10 Ygefewinuim JseemI
is alarge u r-papadlight eoleum paper ed with
all the mne the tMsd l a condensed and pithy
Srm, besidesan L aumm fend of information of
this glorious ematry, 'peciall adapted for the
landseeker, hoemeeker, and the capitalist, seeking
proftable invetment of his lucre a the west. As
an advertising medium it has as super.er in Mea
t a a , o r la ti b ~m t h w e s .
Terms of Weekly Subscriptiom:
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Issued eery meaning, Monday eseepted, is the
het daily newspaper ln Menta. It centrols the
fraacbis of the Western Aseeiatd Prees, thereby
enabling it to furnish its readers every morning
with th doings of the world of the day berfor. o
gather with the stock and general markets of the
east u well as at home.
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W. i. KNIOSr, P .lubsv,
Journal Building, Miles City, Montana.
Om Pm.Use m d li.,.
-e 101, -onn
Immenne stock of all kinds of Ladies
Heir wleshes e.
Fancy Goods, Etc.
Ladies are invited to call and examine any trock
No troub: tu shobw ugod. . M
Stebbiis, lnsd & Co.
MILUES IT r . IO MfTANA.
Transact a General
O0 all Ihe Principal Citles of the ULited
Sw'lase aM Europe.
Interes Allowed on
Collections made a Specialty
Ce.s nepdescseolicited. 49
l pJ. .LEMAM, .eabler.
Firopoee His'am nt
Open Day & Eight
1 4tts PuqaOe
/ i: ·
& Vane ASKEN
Wholeu sa Retail
Maja Street. mlem City.
Always on hand a Chloee .clectlen of
Beef, Mutton & Pork
t.iL. KIN~~M "4
Same in Season.
Spelal Atteath Gav O N.te 0.e1 flr vei
Pumps of all Kinds
ook, Pp.. Dras. and Ire. lttng.s,
PUMPS SET AND BEPAIBED,
General Repairs In all kinds of Machinery
Done iShop, Sixth Street, letween Main
and Bridge, ilea City, N. T. I1I
A. E. BAIRD,
Contractor and Builder
zILES CITY, X. T.
Work dome a sbortut notbse.l dstir
OFFICE AND SHOP: 1
On Bridge Street near Seventh
)ArQig Rlc " Yortjn, Claa. A. Dassa,
Post Traders, Fermerly . Palmer
Fort Kfth, Montas, and Leland lotels
Tea rltory. Chicapo, Ill.
HALF BOCIK FROM THU DBPOT,
acgqemn, T0ong a D..,g
m~ orw, in..r,
-- .O Y,,I TM.T
C, W. SAVAGE & SONS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Our Stock is by far the Largest
IN EASTERN MONTANA.
And is Complete in Every Department..
Cattle Men and Ranchers!
.----re N tm n Fioemwm ogam-.
We have Recoived a new lot of
Geits' Fnisli Goo a s, CI,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladies will Find an Elegant Line of
Staple and Fancy Dy Goods,
Carpets, Wall Paper, and
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
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Harman, IM.es.t Co's ;a s
Ba ,4 ,,ante 1*