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ATTOR N IY-AT-LAW.
MIms CITY, MoITANA.
S. LEUCHEIR. M. D.
PM IT(h*.A AND C8l SDOI5 .
QOe at City Drug Sorar.
J JAY WOOD
J PMHYiICIAN AND (VRfiEON.
Oae be leo the Journal Bulaing, Maim fitst.
L3AM WILDE. Attorney at Law. Billings. M. T.
ha PSetea n al courts of the Territory.
KSWES T PRICK,
TEACHER OF MUSIC,
M .es CITY, MoTA NA.
Instrucetios an the Plane sad Vocal Musa a
peelya. Plamn Tuned.
MILES CITY, I. T.
JO8. LEIGHTON, - PRESIDENT.
AICr'D E. I3TOWER, CASHIER.
Authorled Capital, - - $50,000.
Pad up Capital, - * 1 o,0.
Joe. Llamrol, Rtew. E. 8rowxa.
ALPWrD MY.:I, Wx. H. OUTHRIL.
Qeo. M. MILus, JoHN J. (GnAHA..
JAS. 8. 33setn x, U. 8. A.
bdathkm NXiU.l. Bank, New York (ft .
MwlsWam Lean and T·o.r Cu.. Lfeas.
Mheohalts Natlnsl Bank . . Pul, Min.
A. D. XcAUSLAND,
OF WVKRY DECRIPTTON
EIAVT AND RiU LAI SHARPS' RIPLeB
wrpse tmw 7 osf 12 te 1 psi wik
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OPEN DAY AND NIIOT
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Brrr*d Btpm4 j.r the Da.p Y~d1 w*
Jewse d b e WeIee,, AeIu/ted
Puram 4" IA. W.. rra (lade.
A DEA MAN SPEAKS,
And His Words are Many, Con
cerning the Ill Fated
The President Moves Into the
White House, and Will Re
ceive New Year's.
A Bill for the Relief of Fitz
John Porter Still Before
A Yankton Doctor Selects His
Better Half From a Catho
A "Friendly Bout" Between the
Prize Fighters Sullivan
Two of Cincinnati's Leading
JournalsJoin Hands Across
the Bloody Chasn.
LoxDon, Dee. 2.-Lord Napler, of
Magdala, has been appointed field
Naw Yoax, Dec. 29.-Northern Pa
cifec 471, preferred 85; St. Paul, Min
neapolls & Manitoba t421.
NEW YORK, Dec. 20.-The sugar
refinery at Greenock is burned, caus
ing a loss of ,500 pounds of sugar.
CHICAGo, Dec. 20.-Dr. Buddlngton,
amedical student charged with ab
ducting the girl Annie Jackson, was
THE PRIDENT AT rOM.R
WASHlINGTO, Dec. 29.-The preei
dent moves into the White House from
the Soldies Hmne to-morrow and will
receive New Year's.
FI3U IN IOGLAD.
LONDON, Dec. 29.-The large flour
mills at Belfast were burned to-day.
One fireman was killed and three
injured. Loss, £40,000.
ROTALTT AMONO US.
CHICAoo, Dec. 27.-The Japanese
princes and suite passed through this
city en route to San Francisco to-day.
They are delighted with their trip.
rLL. THROUGH TIE ICE,
BosroN, Man., Dec. 29.-Five chil
dren broke through the ice in a brook
near Hyde park and three drowned.
John Burns Charles Burns, and John
NEW YORK, Dec. 29.-Money, 8@7
closd, offired, 8('4. Prime merchants
paper, 6( 8; sterling exchange, bank
er' bills, steady, 480; sterling ex
change, demand, 484.
DURNED BT A LAMP.
DUncqun, Ia., Dec. 29.-Last night,
at the residence of Edward Doyle, near
Farley, a hanging lamp fell upon a
boy two years old and burned him so
badly that be died this morning. Two
other members of the amily were
alo severely burned.
MUsIla, Coma., Dec. S.-Two
chlldrn, eight and eleven year old,
acknowledge that they placed obstruo
tla on the trek Tuwsday to wr
th Ne w York pmne r train, and
thy did so bomaum an eploys of the
wsea drove t the trok.
- wta svada Dg0. R.-A tow
da« ag a babld of IndiaM rpried a
paty of adevok ft he do rkua&
"Ouaaf Wd n cad. te WauW"
tbeei ateveythliga he i a* laW
olttdg atbout 4Mla I fMn sh Th2%
AN VUSTUAL MARIAG.L
YANxTON, D. T. Dec. 29.-There is
great excitement here over the secret
marriage yesterday of Dr. Seblaken
Ross, a young physician, and Sister
Mary Paul. of the Catholic Convent of
Sacred Heart. The affair leaked out
to.day. The Doctor is a determined
man and proposes to stand by his mat.
New Yora, Dec. 2.-At the Tam
many primary of the Sixth Assem
bly district, held in the liquor
store of William Geogher, shortly
before the polls closed, some person
dropped a bomb which exploded, blow
ing the entire front of the store away.
For some time the greatest confusion
prevailed., No one was njured.
MONTREAL, Quebec, Dee. 29.-Six
clerks in the Carlisle dry goods estab
lishment were arrested on the charge
of systematic robbery, and other ar
rests are expected.
W. C. Anderson, a young telegraph
operator at Lochute, who recently fell
heir to threequarters ofa million dollars
by the death of an uncle in Scotland,
had just been notified of a bequest of
one hundred thousand dollars by the
decease of another uncle.
CINCINNATI, O., Dec. 2.-Arrange
ments have been completed for the
consolidation of the Cbmmerceal and
Gasette newspapers, and the publica
tion of a new daily under the name of
Cbmmwreatl-Gamete. The new paper
will be issued as soon as the mechanl
cal preparations can be made. Both
Mr. 8.tdth, of the Gasette, and Mr.
Halstead, of the aommnereaf, will be in
management of this newspaper, and
I they will be assisted by such talent
fkom the two papers, as is needed to
make the new paper suoeeasahl. The
paper will be republican in polities.
rP sMD IN TUX wAsc.
BEVERLY, West Virginia, Dec. 29.
A. Currence, a prominent farmer of
Randolph county was burned to death
on Wednesday night, with four of his
children, and his wife was also fatally
injured. Currence had lost much
sleep through watching with a sick
neighbor, and Wednesday night was
sleeping at home, and while his wife
and two children watched at neigh
bor's bedside, they saw the flame of
their homestead. Be.ore they could
get there, the wall had fllen in, en
veloping the five inmates. Mrs. Cur
rence made frantic, but unsuccessful
attempts to rescue them, and received
burns that will prove fatal. Thechar
red bones were recovered yesterday by
GRAND FORKs, D. T., Dec. 29.-A
bold and successful robbery wss per|l
trated at East Grand Forks, about two
o'clock this morning. The residence
of W. C. Nash was entered, and the
desk robbed of nearly $250. No one
was awakened but the servant girl,
who supposed it to be one of the
family. A part of the money was a
school fund, as Mr. Nash is a school
teacher. There is no clue to the rob
ber, but it must have been done by
some one aquainted with the premiss.,
and knew where Mr. Nash kept his
At a meeting of the chamber of
commerce to-night, resolutions of
condolence were paised on the death
of one of it's most prominent iemther.
ST. Lours, De. SO.-The damage
suit for $60,000, Instituted by Alice A.
Slayback against John A. Cockerill,
managing eittor of the P1tu-Dispatc,'
for the lss of lier husbahd, war dli
missed today, at the plaintiff's In.
stance, and the cot of the suit was
filed aftewr the gnld ury had ignored
the bill alast Cookerill, for the kill
lag of Col. laybaek. Deposition
havebeen taken by plantiff's alor
inqys r et pert three weks, b
nothing new ooaneeing the tngedy
whih resulted la 814yboLk's d.ft
wa dleted, ewept ee theawtel
eapertM testlt . Th atworye hr
ceO hal nemstad plalatW ' lkaw
tt they would be&la wakg »Mi
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tbAe awse u hrr a a wedre Wi
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WASHRJB TO,, Dec. 29.-SENATE.
The president's disability bill was de
bated for some time, when the bill for
the relief of en. Porter was taken up
and Logan made a longspeech against
it but didn't fnish. Seuat adjourned
Hous-Not In sesion.
GONG FOR BUFFALO EimT.
WASHINUTON, Dec. 29.-Indian
agent Porter at Fort Peck, Montana,
telegraphs the Indian bureau that the
Milk river country is.overrun with
white hunters who are slaughtering the
buflklo by the thousands. The Indians
are becoming restles and the agent
fears trouble. The presence of military
is requested. The secretary informed
the agent that white hunters had no
business on the reservation, and that
the secretary of war had been asked
to-day to have them removed.
DZ LONGO' JOURNAL.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 29.-De Long's
report found beside his dead body has
been made public. It makes thirty
thousand words, and details incidentals
of the cruise from the departure at
San Francisco in.1879 to January, 1881.
Its principal feature is an elaborate
account of De Lqng's views regarding
the expedition. He considered it good
judgment to bear for Wrangell land.
He embodtes the story of how land
was sighted, and how he expected to
reach it, and geographically describes
how, on the next day, the Jeanette
besame beset in Ice, never again to be
relieved, and says the party was com
pelled to make virtue of necessity, and a
stay where we were.' ome times all
night and sometimes day and night,
from January 19th to February 4th,
Sweetman and Ninderman stood down
in the fore peak, with icy water flow
ing around them nearly to their knees,
working faithfully until their work
was accomplished, and the good results
of that woik were evident in the grad
ually reduced amount of watercoming
into the ship and our ability to control
the leak without such ruinous expen
diture of fuel an had been neessary
before. It is for these reasons that I
have had the honor to recommend
theme two men for medals of honor as
a reognition of heroic conduct under
the most thrilling circumstances. Capt.
DeLong's record the remainder of
the winter and summer of 1880 is for
the most part a monotonous record ef
storm, ice movement, constant anxiety
and almost unbroken disappointment
As theshort Arctic summer drew to a
close without setting the Jeanette free,
and another dreary winter approach
ing, Capt DeLong evidently began to
resolve in his own mind the question
if it would not be better to abandon the
ship and make for the northern ooast
of Siberia over the ice than to run
the great risk of a second winter
in the pack. Under date of Bept.
.0th, 1880. heays: "I dislike natur
ally to dwell on the idea of abandon
ment of the ship. We have come
through so much that it gives me
hopes of surviving more. As long as
enough of the ship remains to shelter
us, sticking by that fragment is prefer
able to camping out, and I can con*
ceive of no greater, or "forlorn hope,"
than an attempt to reach Siberia, my
240 miles distant, over the cee that sur
rounds us. And with winter's cold
sapping ones life at every step. In
case we should lose our ship, we would
make eflbrta to get there, but our
ehaicea of succes would be extremely
probllmatlcal. The last entry In the
record is dated December Slit, Il0,
and l as follows: "Minstrels and
singtng In New Year, In latitude 9
degrees, 48 mtautqe north, longitude
177 degres and 2 minutes eat. Dur
Ing the padt asItee months we bhve
drifted 1,'00 miles, bresagh if It had
been In a straight line, to earry us be
yoed the pole, hbt we a)eyt eosy
I miles norwet ed whsm we were at
beet. W hvehave sured taey, an
damger has eflt esunt ted Us. We
have bues quus ad Jamaem , t.
s d ead tumled, and we b ph mpe d
sI akhI · abp rf a yer, bet we
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