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DAILY YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME i. NO. z5. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, kSs. PRICE TEN CENTS.
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MILES CITY, U. T.
JO4. .E1(:HTo(N, P- EMPEIDENT.
ItICH'I) E. STOWER, CASHIIER.
Authorised Capital, " 2JO50.1)0.
laid up Capital, - - $ 50 000.
Jo.. LEOIHTON, RICH. R. TowEaR.
ALRI:Ii Mv,.H, Wm. H. tiUTHI'1E.
. iuo. MI. MILMI, JOHN J.(IRAHAM.
JAM. K. BIIBJHIN, U. H. A.
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80L COLWMNS OF NEWS
Political Talk the Chief Sub
stance of Last Night's
The Unfortunate Putnam's Body
Found by St. Lawrence
Several More Cases of that Ter
rible Epidemic, Yellow
The Chicago Kids Who Flooded
the Country with Forged
Jim Anderson, Editor of the Eu
reka Leader, Dies from
msgM Mei Oman of Fwer.
PENSACOLA, November 6.-Fifteen
new camew of yellow lever are reported,
uamotig thewi Is the wife of Marshall,
the editor of the Advance Gazette.
R.A FPANCxaoW, Nov. 5.--A Eureka.
j ev. dispatcb says that James E. An
demson, editor of the Leader, shot laut
FI riday L(y (. J. Rteck, republican can
didate for superintendent of public in
struction, died this uoruintg.
Me sM zd EWggpaa AYsg .
PAnss, Nov. 6.-Negotiations in
Egy betIween the governmelnts of
England namd France, seem to be mak
ing no prn.res lu the directiam of a
feseiihle ani mutually acceptable un
derstanding. On the contrary the dit
ferenle of views is bec.ltimag greater
than before, and diplokmey has here
tofore been employed It vain.
A wMad Veems Me.
CHacAoo, November 6.-Detectives
here have luformation from (incia
nati of thearreuto(f young man John
W. leach there, and have under arrest
here Anthony Cook. These young
men were emaployed In this elty as
clerks. The allegation is that they
were acconplices of young Iknnett,
collection clerk of a lt. Paul achnllle
ry firm, who was arrested some Uie
salce, charged with converting his
emNployer's checks to his own use.
Putmem's Uieiy Feume.
WAS.H INioON, Nov. i5.-ilfport of
I L. S. Ha;rlty, moanaarunding revenue
steatmer Couriine, coveriig operatiolins
of the ve*wl on her ectind wnrthern
cruise up to the Atli ult., received at
I the treasury delpirtmiient, having been
mualled uat Onataka. Lt. Harley Hap;
of the naitives of the Bay, for tile
ibenefit of any who may IM cast up'-..
slie hos(iltality of the natives along the
naortlhern shores, "I would mtost earn
estly recomsmend that some token of
appreciation be outIred to themin. This
will Insure extension of that hospi
tality and protectlon which to tasta
ways maeans of life Itself." With
regurd to Putnam, he says: "We
lemrned fromi the tt. Lawrence Island
ers that on the sixth day after the
departure of Rogeris' crew the tabody of
the unfortunate Putnai was found
on the sea between north and sojth
Hard. Froms the si y tuey tell it ap
pears that a few dayn Ws, alter the de
parture, an easterly wind sprang up,
which springliog up fhshened
Into a gale caused the le to flow Into
the bay and form a pack filling Its en
tire extent. Upon the lce natives
hunted "eal and during excursilons re
peatedly saw the body of Putnanm. and
by his tide revolver., sledand skeletAin
of a dog. Early In August Corevin
entered the Arctic Ooean after a days
cruise here she spoke of a number of
whaling fleets, captain of the barge
Ueorgia and the Suman reported los of
steam whaler North Ktar, crushed in
the Ice. On July ith, Corevin relieved
lhill of one of her wrecked steamers,
the remainer having saled from (Man
Francisco by the Thouas Cape. Capt.
Havey says he was particularly sorry
that during our trip so far to eastward
weather would not allow us to take
astronomlal observations but we ran
lises of soundings. However, during
thie entire cruhe In Arctie and White
we foaund that to weatward of Point
Bamows along the end sounding as
marked spon chart ane very orrect.
Those to eastward are to some degree
InoorroM It is femoommeaded Uthat a
line of soundings be made alons the
oNMt ftom Point Bargow to the Keslte
river. Oapt. Havey vbted the habl
tatloos of natv of1 King I1land In
the Arote Ocean, a nUeous people who
live Upon hillides a- no oUler weople
live. He Mays that housesm ereetei upon
Polar, entreaem ibah Ie eifs sti
%hbrg »le Inth hMAwnt w&ll about
fearte an-a to dMuetr. OnrelA
ki now - her eurea svoQ. by way of
MAtha blsm Vmehs.
Peiss a 1atels6
FAROo, Nov. 6.-The campalign ehlc
ed here to-night with a rouaing ovation
to (apt. Raymond. Mpouc.hl. were
nmde by the taptain, G(en. Campbell,
(len. Allen and others. Ravaond will
carry nearly evcrrv one of arigo's 18(O)
votes. The opera houne was tendered
his friends by Win. O'Nell, a stauncll
old time democrat, and both parties
will go for Raymond solid. (ialwmounl
ty will be repuhlicam by three thous
and, notwithstanading the bolting of
the party ticket by Dr. Hall and Fargo
republicansn.- Every county in north
Dakota, exbept Burleigh, will go re
publilan. Burleigh will give Moratto,
against Nickens of Jamlestown, for
councilman, 10010 majority. It i. a
c(ike light for Judge INickens, and lie
may Ie beaten, at Origgns county will
poll a large vote on moving the county
Aeat from Hopi to (nopershire, and it
is said that Morrattr laa captured the
vote. Walsh will go back to the coun
cil, and Harvey to tie leglilature.
Turner, a Laramore demncrat, is run
ningl inedendent againnst Noimlard, of
TIrill, for legislature, with a good alow
* winning. Roberts of Fargo, will go
tI. the council, from here. To the
h suse, Pyett of Richard-on. Bachke
or Pemb r hbus no opposition for the
houme. Ratyloundl's majority in north
-Dakota, will he nine thousand, only
about a half vote being polled. Ca.
county are likely to vote fifty thoussand
dollars bonds for the new court house.
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FREMoNT, Nov. 4.-John Radford
at 8 o'clock this afternoon a*ot his
wife, dead, at Bellevue, near Fremont.
MrM. Itadford had ppplied foradivorce.
Radford was arresated.
PETrrssaBRtL, Va., Nov. 6.-All the
prisoners in Prince George county jail
eseaped by burulnng the lock from the
Mles. isge'. BaDee.
Four yearn ago not to exceed 5,000 or
t,<iNNhiad of cattle came out of0Montana
i and sought easterin nmarket4 via the
Northern Pacific and its connections.
thim masons the Northern Pacific han
Idied 18,4101 head out of Montana be
tween thie Ilth of epteminer and Oct.
11. Thedaily averuge now coming out
of the territory is, prauctically, all that
the railway has facilitlen for handling,
and will make an aggregate for the
plrewnit month of nearly or quite equal
to that of the four weeks above record.
Diuring the aeafin up to the list of Sep
temnber about l0,iNM head came out, so
that to the prewnt time it may be elsti
Smated in round numilbrv that the
Northern Pacific has brought out of
Montana not less than 32,M)il head,
with the seaioi> not more thun two
thirds |iae-ed. Tlheie figures very
clearly demiiointrate that the tide 01
shipment enmtward ofr Montana cattle
I will flow ilu.the chlianinel of the North
ern Pacitfic to the limilt of the capawitv
of that channel, and that St. Paul
must of necessity become one of the
intermediate handling poiints--il
hiould I* the lone greatl dihtrilouting
cmiter-for thin %oon-to-be viit traftic.
It has alrvadybeen denionstrated that
Montana p|oneAsem, all thingsconsidrLed
the best facllities for lattle growing of
any region of the continetit, while por
tions of Dakota claim the wisamne ad
vantages. The range is practically
unlimnited, the feed Is abundant and
nuiritious, the water is excellent and
clhmateu niurimued--permiiitt ing cattle
to run at large the entire year. It is
ftar preferable in every way io Texas,
und, In the opinion of growers gvun
erally, must at once become the great
Eattle-producing region. In view of
hlie fact that everything piroduced in
Montana is in a large degree tributary
to Mt. Paul, the subject beconiem of
pectlal local interest. Befor the coi
aletion of the ralhimoad to Billings
it was very frequently argued that the
cattle trade would noit find its outlet by
rail, but would always stick to thle riv
er; but raId transit must win and
the result already is, that the rallroMd
cannot handle properly, the cattle con
signed to it, or rather which would be
It tranlsportation could be furnilshed at
any and all tinmes. While St. Paul
does not now take a promninent hand
In the distribution of Montana cattle,
It In hardly reasonable to suppose that
many years will pawns before capital
will see the advantage of handling the
stock here and in making this city In
stead of Clailogo the great central point
of distribution. The oseason's traflc is
really hut the beginning of a vast busi
nes which must develop with remark
able rapidity, and It In within reason
able limit to predict that next season
at least 75,000 head of cattle will conme
out of the country traversed by the
Northern Paeic--panviding the rail
way can ftrniqh means of transporta
tIon.-aL. Pwul hwer Priesm.
A AqWruainmb basmil.
The present comet in the eastern
sky, which can be distinctly seen by
everyoneatearly morning, is eotalaly
the mont remaeikable one of all the
mod0rn oomelt. This conet grased
the usu so io*ly as to cau great dis
terthme, s s *mh o tha it has
divided I*to noliemthan eoight seserate
pt. sA l of whls ena bedil illy
ween by a good t1eauope. The is
only oMe thirlIsMteamss record whMe
a eums has dlv , that eme e
B1iel'a e"mut of whielb spsMia
into two part.e Wom .
of simller %uM-il WM*br hseeW.
bOOD WIB DNOUI'OfA1.
The following telegramn reached the
Joun AL. last night, and shows how
much interest Martin Maginni takes I
in Mile, City. By recommending a
mail route from Junction City to Fort
Maginnis he totally Ignores Miles City,
wh 'h fact the democrats will bear in
,mind today at the polls:
specIl to the Deba, Jrnal.
BOUZ&MAN, Nov. e.-I have positive
Infonnation that Martin Maginnis has
s:rongly recommended the establilh
mnent of a mall route ftom Junction
City to Fort Maginna as the moat
available route to that place.
MAsr W. ALDERSON.
OIYVIN JOIN X. I/r LIW.
The following a ppe in the Ro
ing Prea of Srcfbr Yth:
"The editor of the Y3LLWWR YONE
JocRNAL telegraphed to the Billing..
Herald: 'The republican cominttee
have 'seen' me and accepted my pr
position. You had better suppot Hot
kin; there's money in It.' K."
To whleh we made no reply, know.
idg it to be a base slander that origi
nated in the fertillzed brain of the
Pres editor. The Billings H'rcid of
iNovember 2dI i before us, and its .*'L
tor replies to the Pro in thef*lo.. .
language, which can be easily tv . r.
"We wish to call theattention of the
Mile Cityv o Prd to the Ltrt that we re
ceiv d no such telgram as it publishs
stating that the editor of the MoRc
ImN JOUrINAL in Miles City had rent.
And we want to may that if we had
received such a telegramn we would be
sorry to betray the confidence reposed
in us, no matter how great the amount
of capital we could make out of It."
Mrs. Corderon and two children,
Deadwood; Arthur Pieree, James
town; Wheaton W. Allen, Deadwood ;
Foster Howell, Bimnarek; Albert N.
Lamb, Fort Kergh; Eugene Full. ,
Pontiae, Mkich.; Edward Kdner, I'Po
tile, Mich.; John H. Duncan, Omaha;
(Jeorge W. Wisner. East Saginaw; W.
B. Atwood, Flest, Mich.; S. 4. Palmer,
Ogdenu; W. E. Sprague, Irwin, N. H.;
W. F. MeiDonald, Chbela , Mich.;
Jas. F. Maloney, St. Pau- .
James Montgomery, Lecon, Ill.; O.
W. Dillon, Misouri river; Bert Blake,
"Gate City!" Dan Dugan Rosebud;
Jerry Ryan, West India; J. H. Smith,
Fort Keogh; H. A. Nelson, Buffilo
J. D. MatheMon, wife and v'
Billings; J. P. Smith, t hic, * ,
W. W. Robiison, Jr., U. 8. At
W. Bruner, Pontiac, Ill.; J. P. Oi.,
mion. Podilac, III.; F. A. Zahl, Terry;
Gtieorge Bownman, (leiilve; Mrs.
Towne, M1inneapolim; Miss M. Hodge,
Minneup ollm; (i. W. Myers, Tongue
river; W. H. Martin, Iozeiman.
POnaltie for Illegal Vetiung.
Fromn the revilsed statutesof Montana:
SlX. Z6o. Aniy person guilty of stuf
fing any ballot box, either by false
Ikittomn or in any manner whatevej,
beiore the votes are counted or while
being couinted, and any Judge ot
election who shall knowiugly count or
read offir the votes falsely shall be
deemed guilty of a lelony, and upon
conviction thereof shall be Imprisoned d
in the territorial priwon for ea-h and
every offleice no con victed for not lews
than one nor more than live years.
diuc. 64T.-If any person or persons
at any elections held by virtue of any
law or thin territory, shall either by
force, fraud, nteulth or otherwise de
"trov, obtain or attempt to obtain p-;
seion of any ballot Ibox, or any bal*
lot or ballota therein deposited, or any
poll book, tally lint or other articles
kept and used by the judges and clerks.
li conducting such election, while the
voting at such election is going on
during the day of election, or either
before or after the ballots have been
taken out of the box and counted by
the judges of election, shall be deemed
guilty of a felony, and upon conviction
thereof to be Imprisoned In the terri
torial prison for each and every oflense
so convicted, fow a term of not les than
one nor niore than five years.
13w. Wl. Any person who shall
vote or attempt to vote in the name uf
any other person, other than his own,
and any person who eausesM, aids, or
abets any person so to vote or attempt
to so vote, shall, upuaon convicti
thereof, be punished loresea ofsn(
by imnprisomaeumt In the territorial
prison not les tham me year, uor more
lan tve yiears.
tue. 570. If say eleotor Whall vot.
more than once at any election, or
shall knowingly head la two or moe
tickets bolded Suigthe, or sball attempt
to vote aee t Ohan em at the same
eise, hb e shah, eom eOevitio thet
o/,b~e m«rld by leaprtie~mmst to
Mehoeh a "sM a Imett
thanu one year, nor anmof them lte
- th, ms
The Arst number of tMhe DAIL Y vL
LOWTMD JouRaxAL ashed Sun-
day sauralg. We haw meldu, If
ever, seen a daly shew um weB at
the art. Ib tlpP- iee ad nd
editortal celuuma a wll Ited with
0al1s nd al y I theaO pqg
hI prtier, we e ver osen Wrb
kL JIM WS huin% e
: CZ -OlfltlIM
Cily Drug Store,
Drigs ant kaica
LIQUORE & CIGARS
Awhbwton hand grneraM h'
in a well reted dnrp Aoue. r
Coanetsiag rat speh with Rodgerts
Da ly St.ge ior
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Snda, I" miles CiIi
'ta~imingm at ý o* Frlm e ~
zi~ nfoy u ~
Ae I MAXWELL, NB?
I Main Street, Milm c'ity, M. 1
Itl I. tohe Interest of llwho are unaqualut.
' ahi aag~ments fer winter's fuel tuezexasu i
th w~of upe
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