Wednesday,October 18, 1882.
nnOLCorner of Palmer and^Ynlb rareet. Service* x 11 a.m.and 7.30 |',H.^ewrv Minda^. MiikU^ s ti.^.l at 10 a. M. Citizcna^and ^t ranger* cordially ln^lted.
htv.CJ.I). Dowkkv, I*a*tor.
CATHOLICf'Hl'RCH, Main Ptreet corner of^Tintb. Rn.MndwBillh.Pai.lor.
E~~PlSTOPALCUt.'IKH, Rev. Horafall paator.^Kmm at 6 1'. M., oircr (irahain'ft More.
BlBYTERIAN CHt'RCH. Services will be^held in the new t.uildlni of J. J. (Jraliam'a^Main Street, near MWUI oaVe. Preaching at^IU. m. Sabbat hKcIkkjI at 10a. m* Cltiavns and^all 111 m r^ cordially invited.
K.P. LlNKEl.L, Paator.
ThePAILY JOURNAL can be procured every^merning from a corpa of cWclenl naw^boya on the^atreel* or at oar counting rooms.
E.H. Becker is the authorized car^^rier and collector for suliscriptlous to^The Daily Journal. Mr. Becker^will supply all |^ersons in Miles City^and Fort Keogh every morning iiefore^breakfast, with the paper at 50 eta. per^week.
Acity telegraph office la to be opened^in a abort time, 011 Maiu street, in the^vicinity of the Daily Journal build^^ing.
ThrYkllowhtonk Journal will^be delivered to all parts of the city free^of charge. Leave your orders at thin^office.
Leighton,Jordan A Co's large new^brick business block, is approaching^completion. The exterior is finished^and workmen are now engaged on the^interior.
ThomasMaloy, of the B. ^ H. brick^yard, intends erecting a brick residence^on Pleasant street, work to commence^at once.
Mrs.Kilkullum, who has been con^^fined to her room for over three weeks,^seriously ill, is now rapidly conva^^lescing, under the skillful treatment of^Dr. Linn.
Alittle farm veil tilled;^A little woman well willed;^A little hunter well ^killed:^A little paper well filled^^Tk'jau who don't like it ought to
Itis almost impossible to glance^over an eastern paj^er without catching^sight of those magic words ^Miles City^booms.
WertheimerA Co., pawnbrokers and^jewelers, will on Monday next move^their large stock of goods into the store^room now occupied by the First Na^^tional bank.
Atoo too idiot from Minneapolis^registered at one of ojr hotels by using^a rubber stamp having his name^thereon.
Fred.A. Kouthier, the popular and^prosperous contractor and builder, ad^^vertises iu this issue. Mr. Itouthler^keeps on hand a fine assortment of^hum I cases.
Here'syer Daily Journal.^Fine printing at the Journal office.^The hardware men are reaping in the^harvest.
MartinMaginni* is on his way to^this City.
Beef-tea,is one of the latest driuks at^our city saloons.
Theditch will be completed entire^by Dit iinber first.
Anew tlwelling house is goiug upon^Ninth street MN Bridge.
Monday^was a rainy, disagreableday^^the harbinger of winter.
Fred,llouthier has built a neat fence^around his residence on Main 8t.
The^Bank of the Yellowstone^ seems^to have been a myth. Where's Hyde
Mel.Powers, formerly of Olendive,^has opened a variety theatre at Bil^^lings.'_
Acar load of vegetables arrived from |^8t. Paul yesterday, and was easily dis^^posed of. -
Milty has better prospects than^any to .11 l^etween Bismarck and the^Ilockies.
Allthe new brick business blocks are^nearing completion quite rapidly, and^are beginning to show up to good ad^^vantage.
MajorBorchartlt, lust week, put in a^stock of books and stationery, which^he will operate in connection with the^post office.
GuthrieA Ming received a huge^sausage mill Monday anil ure now j^grinding up the toothsome Isilogna at1^a rapid rate.
J.P. Carroll, formerly mnnnger ofJ^the Cosmopolitan theatre of this city,^is now manager of the new Palace va^^riety at Bozeman.
C.W. Horr has resigned as a candi^^date for county commissioner, as busi^^ness will compel his residence in the^cast for the winter.
A.T. Drinkhouse, for a long time^connected with Levi's restaurant us^chief clerk, iias resigned and H. H.^Folk lias accepted the position thus^vacated, and is now Levi's right hand^man.
P.H. Fisher closed the Merchant's^hotel Sunday last. This popular house^has always done a large business, but^the rent^$300 per month^is by far, too^high to realize any profit. 11 will prob^^ably remain vacant until the rent is^reduced.
U.S.Deputy Marshal Hutbuwaybas^summoned a number of persons to ap^^pear at the V. 8. Cert now iu session^to give further testimoty in the Mc-^Elruth embezzlement case. The prose^^cuting attorney says he is instructed to I ture firms, is a late^rrival in our city^push the matter to a conviction.J Lt. Partello's wife left Keogh yesterday hi
Ti, . , 7, ^ _T ^^ ., Chicago, where she will join her husband.
Itis reported thai ( f^l i-anders gave
JudgeConger a severe scoring the last
PhilBrady i* in St. Paul
Dr.Burleigh left Mon It. ^or the east.
FatJack^ from the Magi 11 nil mine*, ar^^rived in town yesterday.
Ex.Gov. Austin, ol Minneapolis, i* doing^the Yellowstone country.
Dan.McMillan took in the sights of dusty^Billings, the first 01 t he Maw
SplitterJack, otherwise known as Jack Tl -^ler, is attain located in Miles City.^Mrs. Ladd, one of our enterprising funii
Ourls^ys w ill proltahly have to go^down and help 'em out;^ was the^remark of a father to his son, in Bach's^saloon lust night. But ain't the little
daycourt was in session, and that he^could only l^e slopped by the adjourn^^ment of court. Those present say that^they wonder the judge did not fine the^colonel $1,000 for con tempt of court.
Levi,the rustling restauranter of^Park street advertises that he has the^best table in the city. Levi has hosts^of friends in the Bluck Hills who will
MissNellie Howard, ol Tongue River, made^the J aim Jocrial a pleasant rail Monday.
SidKrwin, of Canyon, ol the linn^of Krwin^Bros., merchants, is sojourning here to-day
EpliDavis, a prosperous rancher and^mighty Nimrod of the Yellowstone, is^town.
PaulMcC'irmick. of Junction City, is in^tjwu and will attend the republican conven^^tion to morrow.
GeorgeTingle, wife and child, one ol^Oltndive's prominent citizens are registered
readhis advertisement with pleasure^His nsmis are considered to be the best i ^* flM Inter-Geean
inthe city and arc always neat and Maj. Logan, who has Wn on duty at Fort^clean, and his prices are reasonable. Curter, will return in a lew days to heal-
quarters at Fort Keogh.
J.H. Kullivau,sui^erinteiidentofcon-.... ...
-, ,.Mr (uhn and family are now nicely lora-
dailya daisy, without the help of ^our j ^ruction on this division, has resigned J ,rf jn |Mr ^ ^^ ^|^N
Mr.Fritz, conductor on the X. P. B.^R., has commenced a new residence in^the vicinity of this office. His pushing^qualities will be of use now, as he says^he is going to live in it this winter, and^he will.
hisposition, to accept a similar MM h,T|Biasj4ei^dldtiiu^.
withthe Memphis, Kpringfleld A Kan-, - . ... ^, ^ , ,
...^ ... I l-K*- kreidlerreturned Sundar from St.
sasB. R., the headquarters of which j P,u, where w(Mlt a, mmit t0 Mr, Wtlli
areat Memphis. Mr. 8ulllvan will \ on ,ler ^.v ,0 Washington
carrywith him the very best wishes of j Mr mmm ^ R^^ blldt who rlaim, m
ahost of friends along the line of the ! ,ie the inm iut4 ^, thr w^)rM on y,,
Theincoming of Chinamen from the^west is a mark of our gtsxl times, for^Chinamen seek locations where money^is most in circulation.
Thewestern bound train was de-^laved about one and a half hours last^night by some mishap at the Bismarck^ferry. The bridge will be ready 8at-^urduy, when further delay will be^avoided.
X.P. R. R.
Muchtrouble is caused and much^eussin' indulged in by some of our^citizens who have been patiently wait^^ing the month past for their freight.^It seems to us that the Northern Pa^^cific railroad should put on more curs^to transport their freight. As it is^now goods are from two weeks to a
FredOker haa moved his ^Trivoli^^to the 8chmalsle building, next to the^Union Hall, and taken Edward Chap^^man into partnership.
W.A. Burleigh's team ran away^yesterday, but Walter beat their time i^in his hurry to order an advertisement^in the new Daily Journal.
torn,was in town yesterday
R.M. Dryden, of Maiden, the metropo'il^of the Maginnis mine, is in town shaking^hands with his many friends.
B.Daniels, a representative of the Wash^^ington Star, is feasting on the beauties of th^^^Yellowstone valley. t!ii^ week.
B.T Smith, of Muufoidville, Ken.,anoht'^time friend of F V. Bummers, a JorBNAL^jirint, arrived in the city Monday.
thewest in charire of Mr.Slarbuek. .... ... ..... ..I J** 2** -**f+J!*
HeV.Air. norsmll nelu services in 1 kugene Pnrker.ol Dnhitli, arrived this week
Aspecial train consisting of Yillard's^private cars passed through to-night for , mouth coming from .St. Paul
Itwas filled witli railroad officials and
TheEpiscopal church is Mngshln- j^gled. The work is progressing rapidly ,^and well.
Rittcr^ Co. of the Chicago Beer'^Hall have changed the name^of the^place to the Chicago Hotel, and will j^shortly open up a good house.
Anillustrated history of Montana is^being published by two Philadelphia^chaps who are at present, in Helena, ^^gathering material and statistics.
Dr.Girard, of Fort Keogh, will In^a few days change his location from .^Savage's drug store to the new estab- j^lishment of W. B. Andrews ic Co.
theirfriends. Mrs. Oakes was one of i^the party.
TheMiles City postal clerks are to be^complimented for their dispatch in dis^^tributing the different mails as they^arrive. A vast improvement is notice*
I(ilendive Sunday, and had a very large
congregation.The parish has been^called St. Mathews, and Mr. George R.^Tingle has been appointed by Hishop^Brewer as lay reader, who will read^services the Sundays Mr. Horsfail is
and^took cases^ on the Dan t JonmsAL.
C.A. Broadwater, one ol the democratic^wire-pullers, was in town Monday, and ipent^tht day looking over the political out-hook.
WH. Coutant, ^chief^ ol the cow-boys^for the Ann of Scott k Hanks, of Tongue
absent. A church will be commenced ; Riyer, is sojourning in the city, toraHew
able,both as to dispatch and polite at-! there this week, as considerable money j ,,a.v*
Threenew brick houses are going up^on Leighton A Jordan's addition to^Miles City.
Severalnew actors are expected to^arrive on Saturday, at the Cosmopoli^^tan th 're.
C.M. Strader has finished his wood^cutting up the Tongue river, and will^commence hauling to Ft. Keogh, to fill^his contract with the government.
Abrother of the greut pugilist Sulli^^van was a little too demonstrative on^the street last night and was severely^I handled by a bar-teuder inanup-towu^saloon.
Allof our doctors agree as to the^cause of typhoid and malarial fever in^our midst, and declare if the decaying^animal matter was removed, and the^city cleansed up, we would resume our^usual healthy state.
TheCatholic Society are to shortly^raffle off* a fine Cornish piano, for the^purpose of securing funds for a church^hell. Tickets are $2 each. The bell^will also be used for a fire-alarm until^the city procures one.
hasbeen raised for that purpose.
TheBozeman Com ier perpetrates the^the following libel I
Itis rumored that a Custer County^woman recently made application to^the court for a divorce, 011 the ground^that her husband had been caught in^the act of kissing the hired girl, and^that Judge Conger prom ply dismissed^the case, saying that the offeiise was^wholly justifiable in view oPthe ex^^treme homeliness of the aggrieved wile.^The case will be appealed.
11kinds of hot drinks to suit all^weather and tastes artistically com^^pounded ut the Keg suhsiu. 1-tf
Mrs.Horsfail, the worihy Episcopal^Rector's wife, will shortly start a parish^school in the new church building.
Thisis something greatly needed and j gold and slh-er watches, opera chains!^should receive the undivided support | cuff'buttons, and a general aac^^rtment
Afine large stock of the latest styles^1 of jewelry, consisting of ibb chains,
Kniit's Miles City directory will,^If possible, be delivered to subscribers^by Saturday.
Agentleman just in from the Poplar^River country informs us that when^he left there it was snowing very hard,^A large force of men are still at work I and that the weather was decidedly 1 in that place, and doubtless Mr. Hore-^on the brick yard. Another kiln will wintry.fall will sow the good seed
TheRev. Mr. Horsfail will go to Bil^^lings to hold church services the first^Sunday in December. Some kind of^religious services are certainly needed
AndrewsA Co., the new-^have placed a neat sign over^their store door.
J.W. Watson will open his dry goods^st:^re in the First Xntional bank build^^ing in u few days.
TheEpiscopullons are to have an^oyster supper in J.J. Graham'^ hall^about November 1st.
Thesbi I ting of the wind to the north^made fires and overcooto decidedly^comfortable, yesterday.
Thelnr'.'^^ plate gloss for the new bank^building arrived on Saturday and were^at once placed In position.
Freightrates advance on the N. P.^road Nov. 1st. Do thou, as the bee, lay^in thy winter'! (tores at once.
Thecounty baa leased of Col. Gould,^his new building near this office, for^Jail purposes, for the present
Allchess players of Miles City are^requited to meet at the court house on^Saturday evening of this week at 8^o'clock p. m., for the purpose of organ^^izing a chess club.
Buildersarc praying^if they ever^do such a thing^for more settled and^better weather than wc have been^having so that they may be enabled to^complete their contracts.
Thetheatre was crowded last night^with an appreciative audience, while^the tinkling of the bells led the rt-^porter to believe that the w ine rooms^contained merry crowds.
Thereis a great scarcity of workmen^at the railroad works in Glendive.^They have sent to St. Paul twice for^men, without avail. Their force is^large, but the extent of the works uow^Koing on many more are needed.
Ourcounty officers went to Miles^City last Friday to take preliminary^steps toward our separation. They re^^turned Saturday evening and reported^themselves as handsomely treated by^Custer's officers.^Olendive Timet.
Ourcity is so spreading out that Mr.^Borchardt, the poet-master, contem^^plates putting a postal receiving box in
Throughsome oversight the name of j front of the Ykllowbtone Journal
AndrewF. Burleigh, candidate for^district attorney, was left out of the^ticket iu the Weekly Journal. It^Is inserted In to-day's daily.
Leighton,Jordan k Co., occupy a^prominent place in our advertising^columns, to-day. They appreciate a^Geo. Boomer's contract on^ the irri-1 V*^^ ^^ ** ***** Joubnal,^gating ditch is about completed, add
reflectsgreat credit upon him.
Hundredsof our citisens are now up^nightly to catch a glimpse of the new^oomet or some one ready to treat.
Burleigh'sdelivery team ran away^yesterday but pulled up at the barn all^O. K. without smashing anything.
Brandwater, Hubbell A Co., contem^^plate erecting a large brick, building on^the all* of their present business house.
B.Mason name In Monday from his^raaofa on the Powder river, with a^wagon load of choice venison, the result^af a few ds/'s hunting In that country.
audcatch on^Many of
Dr.Griswold's creditors^will regret to learn that he recently^sprained his ankle at Billings, as it^will necessitate a further stand-off of^his accounts^which are legion.
C.H. Gould's new store Is now^nearly completed and will be ready for^occupancy In a few days. This place^Is a desirable business stand and will^doubtless be eagerly sought after.
Theprincipal difference between a^warbler of the forest and a good many^citizens with political aspirations, at^present, is that one pipes his little lay,^and the other lays bis little pipes.
office,as au experiment. If this proves^a success, many others will be put uj.
Ofall aad ttlngi of word or^The aadileat la It might hare beva,
wassbout the way a pilgrim expressed^it as he got up from a ^stud^ table last^evening, broke. ^If I bad won I^would not have lost,^ was all be said as^his coat tail went through the door.
Stillwaters run deep. The sea of^politics is as yet very placid, but It is^alive with political aspirants stxm to be^seen on the surface. They are not ull^whales by any manner of means, al^^though given to a good deal of ^spout^^ing.^
Mondaywe received the initial num^^ber of the Yeltowttonc Prett, Glen-^dive's new paper. It presents a very^creditable appearance, and Is filled^with a good class of reading matter.^The Prett will probably prove a bone^of contention fur the Timet that will^be bald to digest It Is published by^Blake A Burdlck.
offine goods have just iieen received ut^Strout's jewelry store. ltf
Donot pass the Keg saloon without^dropping in for a nice drink of gtsid^liquor or a fine cigar. 1-tf
CharlieEvans' oyster bay on Park^street is doing a splendid business, and^it certainly deserves it. At this oyster^hay can at all hours of night or day he^secures! a choice dish of oysters, cooked^in every style ami served without^waiting a long or tedious time. Charlie^Evans understands his business ami^should be patronized. 1-tf
Havinghad an experience of twent*^five years in the repair of watches. I^warrant my work to satisfy the custo^^mer or make no charge.44-tf
Bigglusses of beer and a fine clgnr,^or a drink of choice liquor can always^he found at Payettcs, on Park street,^Miles City. ltf
Forthe purpose of Improving mv^Main street property with stores, I will^sell five lots and houses for $l,OtlO ach,^that are now rented for $i^^ per mouth^each to good tenants. Also, Ave lots^for $000 each that, when Improved^with a $400 cottage, will rent for $i^^^each per month. Property is in the^heart of the city. Apply io person, or^by letter, to
James8.Brisbin, Fort Keogh.
MilesCity, Oct. 18, 1882.
Fromand after this date the rates of^toll 011 the Yellowstone ferry at Miles^City will tie reduced one-half.
Broadwater,Hubbell A Co.,
MilesCity, Aug. 12, '82. 86-tf
Noticeis hereby given 1 lint the^co-partuershlp heretofore ^\Ming be^^tween B. Mason and C. ftutaon, undei^the firm name of Mason A Nutson,^doing a general business at the Dead-^wood crossing of Powder river, M. T.,^was, the lath ol October, dissolved by^mutual consent All debts due the firm^sndall obligations of the firm will be^collected and paid by the remaining^member.
B.Mason.^PowderpUver, M. T., Oct 16th, 1882.
Thefamily of Mr Joseph Leighton arrived^from the east last Sunday. Mr^. Leighton'*^health has greatly improved during her visit
O.K. Richards and Maren* Stine, flew^York, extensive travelers.areipinrtered at the^Grand Central for s few dayi, gazing on the^beauties ol the YePowstoue valley
fieorpeAlderson returned on yesterday's^train from the east He has been visiting^friends in the statist fur the past two months^Mrs. Alderson will remain in the east 'till^spring.
HarryGerrish returned from bis hunting^trip to Kph Davis' ranch, yivterdiiy. He did^not kill any wild deer, hut richer than have^I no game at all, he killed an innocent Mttlr
Mr.Hacket, formerly of Iowa, now s pros-^| perous rancher of Powder river, was in Miles^City yesterday, awaiting the arrival of his^family He enrolled his name for theJocaSAL,^and is satisfied that he will get the newi.
Wm.Martine, formerly a prominent busi^^ness man of Billings, passed through this^city on Sunday, en-route to Cincinnati, Okio.^He intends to upend the winter in the east,^awl return in the spring to start biisineaa. hi^Miles City.
Mr.Peters, and family, ofColnmhus, Ohio,^are stopping at the InterOean. Mr. Peters'^will locate here aud cast hi* lot with us. lie 1^showed wisdom ^ bringing hi* family, not]^having to go back after them ss most pil^^grim* do.
SamR. McOowan, formerly with Luti, the^huteher. can now be found at Guthrie Si^Ming's market. Sum i^ a popular young I^man and ha^ made many Iriends since he j^left the wilds of Chicago and settled down ia J^civilised Mile*.
BillBnrhank, an old-time Jocksal print,]^whom we had thought had left this country, j^was unearthed by oar rustler st Port Keogh |^yesterdr., where he has donned the govert]^incut blue lor Ore years and will lotdiar I^He is post printer.
HunterStapleton, one of the early^dents ol' Roekervillc in the Black Hills la 1^located iu the Yetlowstoaa valley st Clark^City. Mr. Stapleton passed through Mil^City Monday on his way to Chicago, 1^he will buy a large stock of good* for^More In Clark City.
Choicebrands of liquors at K^^saloon. 1-tf
Finestof fruits and candies alwa^fresh and nice at Hill A (Jarrett'a.
Payette*candy store on Park str^la in the lead with fine gisxls. Alway^on hand a choice and nice lot of can^grapes, pears, apples, plums, etc. F^i^all kinds of fruits pay nini a visit, lj
Finewatches, gold, silver ami put^chains, and a large assortment of oth4^fine jewelry Is nfr on exhibition^Htrout's Jewelry store, Main str^Miles City. ltf
Hill4 Oarrett art doing a spier,^business In candles and fruits. Wt^passing by take some home to^wife and cbildigi, and make^hearts glad.
xml | txt