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VOLUME s. NO. 48. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUrSDAY, DECEMI ais, IMs. PmICS TMl CIMT.
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P14Y1 AND FU1 GION
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JOB. LEI1HTON, - PRIEMSIDENT.
BICH'D E. STOWEIR, CASHIER.
AtbUorized Capital, * M (N,010.
Pfald up Calital, - * 50,000.
Joe. LmOsoNi, Ricn. E. TOwzit.
ALtgsD MYatm, Wm. H. <rRIair.
O* M. MILf'., JOHN J. OiiAiAX.
JA S. . KUKnAIN. U. S. A.
«Htathes l Itl.k, Nw VYork City.
M hrq ts nd Thrat Cv.. Chibc(s.
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A. D. XcAUSLAW,
OF KVERY bfuIltkON.
MAUTT AND RBUULAR $11ARm Wr.U
We ea th sp 1»m I2 ** 4 remade wHh
We Guarantee our Work
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THE DAILY JOINAL'S NEWS.
Two Preachers of the Colored
Pursuasion Fight in Massa
chusetts for a Pulpit.
A Fighting Teacher in Ohio
Kills an Unruly Scholar
With a Dirk.
A Boiler Explodes in an Illinois
Saw Mill, Killin Eight
of the Employes.
The Wild and Weird Rites Over
the Bouy of a Defunct
Fierce Snow Storms Raging in
the East, Completely
Tr INSAUIAm DODGn.
CHICAOIK, Hec. lI.--deveral more
einiiinlt |ih.,~Hicins IPve t»tmlniony
tol-da thait ''trcnh;i Hlun ww inrane
when hciv hlrot ..-hihlo.
10O *EPIIkVEk FOR OILMORK.
WAmlINsorN,. Die. ll.--The prea
dent re;uvm's further interferen~ein the
cae of Jaitte- ILeightois Ollinore, undl
lie will be Ihanged at Dealwood next
MILWAIKMa , Dec. ll.-Pleree &
Trnuk, conmilnllin inerchanito. failed
to-day. LIadllilI $10,000: Waeet not
knlown. MJitof the credltors anr of
AUoUsTA, (s., Dec. ll.-John IL.
Cuibloi wm h ahot dead at Tlionilmiw n
to-day. Thle |K-oIle were ranai(nned
v-ith great ditliculty ftru lynching
WAsH INGoN, Dee.Il.-Theamuount
of the agrlcultural appropriation bill
tu be reported to-morraow 1I I414,7NW.
wld ch i1 * , WO leas thaUn the appro.
priatlou luit year.
ATLANTA, UA., Dec. 11.-Governor
Stephens Ies pardoned Captain Ed.
Cox, wlho was senteneced to 1ie Iipirl
Motnment for thie murder of C'ol. Itobt.
A. Alston in 1879.
ARADM PAMAmi DOOM.
CAIRO, DVc. 11 -It i1 exijct4d a
dlecree will I.- iie,-itd in a lew (Iay.,
degrading Aur.il. and other eon
denivid i'ueli.m. and ordering the con
nscation of tiieir property.
EAnT TAWAS. Mich., Dec. II.-The
snow storm ihasm lasted lterre for the lmwt
thirty-six hours. and the snow Is near
ly three feet on the level. All trains
are delay.l Tawas Bay iW covered
WAsmIro'Mx, uee. 11.-Upper Mi
8lailp8 4 and Unhmuri valleya l|rtly
cloudy weather, with snow In northern
porions, ftllowed during the nightby
colder northwest to outhbwest winds.
DuraoIT, MIch.. DuIe. ll.-The k-e
blockade In the Detroit river at Anm
bIertbet Is so thr broken am to prevent
resunmiption of traffic on the Canada
Southern, which has been suspended
for thirty-el hours.
Duuuu, Iowa, LDec. II.-The Tur
key River bruanch of the Chicage Mil
waukee a ft. Paul rallnNid, will he
completed (Mou Duhuquv Into WeA
Union Gteurday. Regtu tratius will
be put on next week.
WAstiems'e Osw. It-The woe.
in eMetvew Io cvinfinnsed a large
ieMmtber of lonlnatelm, Including
Gae. opeb and 0A. MaeRinte *to
o g-rral and brigaldler general,
M eveulvy. Nocontea.
A SAD AOGMM1T.
awOVpowr Ouan., De. UI.-ar
thevlM enol the wal 1fa wal 41
wu werd MgOlsh ad soe
NRw YORK; Df. 1.--Ne]Orh Ph
cine 4j1, pnr(fml 14; "I. ~el, Min
neapoli & Manitl«S4l.
WARsHTOTeO, I)D. II.-It is i.
ported that Ea.Oov. pener Is the
newly appontad eiy marhal, nd
that neither the dltet Ittormey nor
the special oenuimed A r govemruant
in tie star route esw am yet aswre of
his presence or appolntiaut.
Dwriao, (lfb., Dec. ll.-Twenty
nine Dakota pruiiers lt the homr of
crrection t today r the new trrl
toriia prison at Blou FPall. Tbey
were shackled la pin. sad W.
tended by nine clmffor Thirty morre
will follow in two weeks.
A NAMUOW mAPI
JEMEY CITY, Dee. I1.-Through
the carelemnem of workm rep airing
the trestle work of the New York,
tusq(uehanna WarMn mllwiy, I
Went End, a rall was moved sad t
cars of a coal train we thrown llo
tie swamnips. N6 peme laijured.
CO(KTANTIXOPLn , le. II.-United
States ntiniste WalleTa, rsnlm that
during his aslbe he v~ai Jeram
lem, where the governor ad dr
offmlal receli4 him lu a prIuesdm
at Cairo. Wallae wa al@6 givet a
public reception. He vrlti UW
Khedive and had i isIterview with
LEE., Mam., Jl . IL-Aeftw a a
gight 8unday bledwo partlea, Aek
worth ard FrIIa, rival rmdais to
lite pulpit =o tin VCakd Methbo
church, Uwe Aekwrtbh party wa. In
the serlmnma revelvers were drawn.
and Ackwlort wa kicked down. It
the evening AcLmk rUw preached. the
subject ItaM , *Vi 'Ti y.
MILw Ic. Ike. I-Hiarey Clif.
ford. a gler of this ity, who killed
(Cpt. , a wealthy reiest of
R acne, In row tImeltuh as
wager 6Ml s1 0weasbml d glty oi
Imaurder t.p de tee la Jant
o, a ac of venue toua lrla
ailnuity. Te oratetnce is not yie pm1
A l. I-The
SCn'm I AIspea. rm Wr . C.
F e aIiember
eod U aurt - attempt
todiselplIue pupils toy, beIame In
volved in a gnrarrl nght, In the ucour
of which he siabbed and killed John
SHayea, aged twenty, and severely cut
Charles Luca. Frazier gave himneih
up yusd is iu Jail..
A BAD SOT.
CHIcAoo, Q)ec. II.-A student nII the
Chlcago univenIit to-da had tauuble
with a fellow =tudfat. Prsident An
dirson, of the univerbity, reprimianlded
hin and he replied with iumpertinence.
Dr. Andersnion then undertook to re
taove hiuu fron the room, wihen he
drew a revolver and tried to shoot the
prlsident. He was dinarned and Uime
taculty suheequentlly exielled hinm.
MADIUSON, Wik., Deo. I.-Josiah A.
Noneian, for iamy years one of the
miust pronmineut puUtiriaiis and jour
nallstain Wimsonin, died tlihiis murning
an the inseune asylum here. His unfor
lunate bualiness ventures and viadki
live law auita brought on insnity
several yean argo. He was bAt knaown
li nationisl politwas a strung western
frnied of President Johinson when uise
latter swuing aroMnd the cirele.
A COmOKCD CLe.M
CHICAoo, UIe. 1ll.-Juhn d. Steersn,
book-keeper for Markin Bruthers,
atockyardns, was arrested on a charge of
cmbezszluemet. Five Uiouisnd dollanr
shortages in his scuouiile was discover
id suntie time ainee, and thait hlie repaid
SawMX and the prnMecullon withheld.
dubsequaent invesagation showed an
additilluiH shliortage, and as he failed
makinag it good was arratud. It i bun-I
demtood that $6,600 includes the
911 111" DOW.
(mcAo DUem. II.-The satrwst rI
nilo to beNorth Clicago rolling mill
at douth Chicago, a very laIte conceniom,
was habut down to-day. It is under
stood to be partially owing to a quiet
tte of h Mrll narket, sand prohlaly
to dout about Ike tariff action of cosn
grms ad parmt, beomaMu no definite
sAubwdle or g for next year liead
beent Sed. mamarAM h till in
&POuation. The shutting dwn of the
will owned by his eowMa|y Ia Wet
Chige was amnmesBd ine do* ago.
Nuw BATur, asmn.u Deo. 1.-The
repert of One Nadinali aSbwel
USio mmd TI Bliof th Mathe4
;- abEgal u shre wed sthe
an espeae Ut
he w W^ WBJB
AN @MSAXiIMY D 111811.
WASinIMaIOM. DIe. 11.-The e*
prme enart reuadered asi oplaken e
day h the Nebraska lead eae asrs.
Ingadam? of ade eieam w it
-tat wo ste appagen* Van
Y, awe his sry sdoaed a
M ibvt U Ud n U~ tveblpw
f the U had p-sord
L u United 8tates, and aess
quntly a riht casuid be conferremd
pon him. The onion Is decisiave a(
a mo ewmber ofr aes lesidae the
e- h6. prtmsed, and will sUettle the
tto to the INUA or *0,090meres of land
la Thaywr mesity, Nebranka.
90 AmnunT Olt VraeamrU.
MILWAUKKKE, Itec. i.-The ocdaob
Sthe Chicago. Milaukee and Malinat
Paul railnad state that the rusur of
freitht rates being rtatored between
Chincago, Council Blufifs aii laner
veising points in unfounded. No 'nlers
have been received ftomn New I ork.
and It is the general btelief that the
schedule of mirates hbas been prepared to
go Ilto e-t aSt a imomssuut's notioe
upont a dispatch fttmi Massager Merrill.
At soos tueay the ist spike was
l0web on the new Atllwaukee and
IkAe Wiebago line, wlving Wimaoasin
eMtael mlirnid ae inudepeadent outlet
ruet hib elity. The strut through train
will se e Monaday next.
4 A btoM. *
FAaoo, D. T.. Dee. II.-An A
*p lLk« igan says iamthit Mp
dehll * t the namso who
Work a I b houne aund d1im
peared . th& e t Ube s -n I
Ma a G^^ 108h woo,^ Are.
AlletciSa a to do w«Mik
Thkae «S" asv teJUealleged
It wl go hard wth th primem.
this Bmi 7Bl, a 9eseru eotate
ing twentyv' b-ret of wkr at
Ihe (JRe Mite u pteoded. inilag
Wm.. Imsts y aAdt t
theemEd doller .
LAIWa.-ImhnAlat n may that the
fire Imn the inwt was a fierce one sad
all ellbrts to control the eassa being
uoeltsm, it soon euveloped tbhe distillery
proper, then amainag tis te to ihe receiv
ing rimain and grinding mill and malit
house, and then through the on% red
anuageway to the warehouse. In two
huurs the buildings were totally do
stroyed. The distillery was noe of the
largest in the country, Its cpacitty be
Ing 1,6111) barrels per mouth. Cause of
msas camam roiUnAZ.
WHmKLIxo, W. Va., Dliec. ll.-Hu
Him a young Chinaman nmplnyed lit
Jims le's laundry here, died Steturday
and was burled today with the rites
peculiar to the hinesea Knlagdom.
The boludy was placed in a nat pine
cuffn and the hoe washed i and the
itathe sprinkled with a pecullar
Chinese lquor raembll Wig ky,
asid as a M 1fe guard aat lliaMe
in the hereafter. No rellgfm exerim e
were held by the friends, explalnumi
that the neareMt Je msian was uhk ait
Chicago. All the Chaanmen In town
and several froma Plltablurg. with prnt
lInet white citisete, attended. Rice,
tsea, etc., were pamsed arund at the
liouwse of Jism (Mecks and candles.
were horned about the body and a hit
of coin placed I the ouian. The drive
to the grovv was made as rapidly ab
p!nihl by request of the C ,esal,
mooney sbefm ttered fretely along tIne
way. Ali t clokathe of the dead non
wefe burmed up. Rice was mattered
over the grave and the party chatrfilly
returned to the city, Jos Lee remark
Ing, "blelly large lends topsida turn
A 1aoeT1uL OoCCUUICu.
SwAXaMUwx, Il., DUe. 11.-A
1mot duadfiul asoldeat emwreftd at the
a w.mlll of Viacent 4 Bmans., at aU a
to-day. hrvea men won eSpIWyeOs
In the mill aned astlered abset the
engine roo esating their oenday
lumIh when the boiler exploded with
wekikng th *W ad dali
Iron plat of the butler vOrw
delances, *am a bw 64t bt-n ,
and Imanedlaie hllin Mgh
othem. One dthWb s e
river, two Ems wealesi
and seva-l wun la"AteU
als. m1- M their
W AFIt we peakies up
Nathan Is Bazaar,
Ci~ Drug Store,
I VAUE, IWN,
I IQUO.W C-IGJAM
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WThe stag 1me I aivs Oi
Monday, Wedue=b.1 md
mmihg t S o'eluck. FVpass
*ay iftmathonmU apply
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