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n ady. OclIber a, liss.
The DAILY JOQHIIAL ea he prosemd eey
.ua Dg a oeap of eulleiett aubaop em ihe
lgnds ir e"r csiti ag tni ems.
SIfH. llseter I the authorized car
uler and collector ir subseriptions to
'pTR DAIIL JogxNAL. Mr. Becker
will supplpy all personm in Miles City
and Fort Keogh every morning before
breakfat, with the paper at 50 cta. per
BArTIat titCReC, r ornrt alMAer .dl
STealllitre. Ser vic A. II A.51 '.a t r,l.
,sery mdqy. S4eday Ohliul at 10 A. U. CMitse
and itreagan effilly h.vtitd.
2r1. G. D. DuwrNS, Petr.
CATiOLIC CCtC, M. aig i ret ase of.
L'Ttth. sev. 14adeamith, iastor.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Rev. lor.dia pmeer.
de rvice at I . a.. over t;rahamlu's sto.
IRIBYTIRIA. CHRlll'Cil. orries will be
P heH Ia the Mnw bulldlnr of J. J.Grluh's
Maln lteet. .eas JucanAL lfce'. Preachnblg at
it . ,. ltbbat . kschool at 10 A. . Ciliaes and
stra"e rsln rdllly 1oa iltel.
E. P. LIIbLL. PIOSer.
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
Easters mlU claes at 2 o'clock p. Im.
We..Mrn mal clase. ast 3: p. m.
Taste l mail arrivs at ::0 p. m.
Waelr mall arrives at 6:30 p. n.
mPOIWM CL Pero
A large ret'ighting outfit is camped
in the park.
The ditch will be a welcome boon
No paper to-morrow (Monday) but
the carrier will call for his wealth all
A very niec looking and substantial
howse is beiug erected near the Joun
The wire kf nee nor the Inter-Ocean
looks as though sonme oae fell up
A new ,ign at the old Metropolitan
Hotel unnounces that Pisher has
openled up his lodgling rooms.
. .The new h,..t will do a good busi
neSand 'will be ably tamanaged like
the ar of lilies City hotels.
A long line of empty freight cars
renmalned standing on a side track at
the depot heIre ywnterdlay tfternoon.
"By the Erin go ragllh tranlt ofl
Venus, I'll vote the democratic ticket
on eliction dly."--"Kirry Eagle."
A arinature riot occurrtd last nigiht
in one of the city at"ll.Kous, which was
the third occurring lllrir; : aturday.
infie tine Ifklllng llme was brought
Ibti mnrket yetterd l.y, anid is being
served upat the lm'cu adl restaurants.
The snull I.ullding on Park street
has been in the mnurket inmee its coin.
pletion, the demand being rather for
Large quautItitis of fuN candl hiders
ae being Iramaght Into thla mxiarket
and Its eviduftly u safea uaa'I profitable
The mystrleiod.. la ekage has ar
rived tront tllacba. aend the boys pma
nounee it tlhe proper thing and no
The arael veaad .i umittras were ploeed
in poctlmioe yaeteirdiay lIi the laulhilng
soon to le. oeartaipied lby We rtheiaaaer k
Co., the aemt4n ,arnlkhling ;unla men.
The Ijres4yterlan ebearh will un-1
doubtkdly Iws n*Il filled toe-say lby per
wIbs elelrairit of hit clug the Rev. Mfr.
Hiarlow, of Irersklyia, uwlao is to pretih.
Quite a prlei's'ia'Ia fall hlato Il ie every i
day at the Mliles (City laot'flihe ton the
arrivval of the iiaal from the easct. Faor
it few adlnetah tihe clerks have their
.. ds full.___ ___
McNutt, a F frt ('uatetr "hoower,"
won the ""Ieslio"e' Friday uitda. etos
of that Iarla sure always rsate. Therta i
Custer fcllows sra queer cie aw, far a
Th. job ptt+ýwi at thil JoIwaiL
oflee iare kept rcunimnle night unln day,
aUd the finest work dlaaaae lin the coaunty
emloeattu frocia our other. Cull, we und
MU sty yeuese: t.
Uffeeokea, tha. eelelanstrat dealer In
save-en anl lrasiaho.. In Milos City,
left Cheyenne yesterday with another
large herd andl will have thema here In
ahalh wobek '.
19~ift rurrultmemswlvi yeare.º
Mat 9)S)(Eqla. They hailed Ik
4Alvernor'. Ilamnd, New York, mad
wtil be adgned lto the dififtgt comr
pabtlo at tou poast.
The' 1t 1 lf 't wrItewlnj ht rark
g the poasar hlater-Meang, hotel,
rs lasen placels In position, and the
Anti n ihrerknug unnetemn an mlump
shaat the best aenarhrno.
7. ne , and elegant hJ!llprd room
GbLt qb aid the t.1$ will
mrilw ad y or two, prinwldet they
Si st berss last or stolen an not.
Some edlbrt should be made by the
merchants .to have the streets and
alleys in tile center of the city cleaned.
The dirt piled up in front of some of
the stores must be removed.
W. E. Turner is doing a neat job of
plasterlng on the Inter-Ocean. Billy
is jurt as good at slinging mortar as on
playing musical iustruments, and that
is just the kind of follow Miles City
b In need of.
Edward Mapleh, having re I ied his
osiltlon in the post office has golne
I to the First National Bank aw sist
ant to the Bank President. An hon
est young man can always find a
Freight buiunes ia rteorted very
heavy on the Northern Pacife. The
rush is perobably owing to the mer
chants Il the towns along the line
laying in large stocks of goods, anticl
pating a snow blockade later on.
Among the broken hearted young
men of the city, J. J. Darrar is one of
them. He was to take a position as
conductor on ihe Billings street car
line. but since the dis..plointment in
that burg he is going to the races fast.
Harry Combs and Lou Knight start
ed last night on a hunting expedition
up the Tongue. They will muke sad
havoc among the featihery trihe. No
doubt but what the market of Miles
City will be glutted with prairie chick
elns next week, for they are both noted
as crack nmarkmen.
A general smash up occurred on the
Northern Pacific Thurwlay night, .e
tween Billings and Canyon. Three
height ars loaded with lumber were
among the wreck. No one was hurt,
and the traek was soon cleared, so that
there was not much delay. Cause a
broken coupling pin.
Evans' large freight outfit pulled
into town yesterday, and camped in
the park. He hais been transporting
freight front the end of the track to
lBoseman and other points in the upper
country, and is now en route to the
"Hills," for winter quarters. Outfit.
like this make the old settlers feel like
ye olden times, whlchwill never come
Nearly all westerners gamble more
or less, and printers are no exception,
esmlcially if there be a lady dealer at
any of the gainue. We have often
wondertd why the JOURx:nAI. fureman
Ilttsandered into the Cousmopolitan
gaming hull so often, but it is now ex.
plained-he i, a little "stuck" on stud,
and a little muore so on the lady dealer
Mims Nellie Flanagan, a very acoom
plished young lady, is spendisng a few
days ill the city, land reports much
ipromrem being miade at the school she
i, toauhling at Pumpkin ('reek. She is
one of the best aducutors in the terri
tory, having bwen specially comupli
mnented by the Mhoodl uloicials of Clay
county, Iowa, where wshe resided, for
rapid progress iu all the brnnches.
P. Rumell has returned from a tour
through u aillutlin county, wli.ere he has
purtchased thlirty-eight hundred euad
of tine grade taliforuia uaheej', amnd
Slargaliued for forty-tl re Ihunoire nfone.
'The first lot will is. here in u few days,
and will lie drliven to tihe ranage on
Powder rlive. 'i'li Jast lot proablly
w will not Lbe dlrivelnbel~lor* next aprling.
Mr. lluieoll ham great cuontidenee in
I hiiwep growing In this lhurt of theL
couutry, sand line will mamaim rucIk amaoug
the largest owfners in Ihe trrltory.
1iFI. beef tea at Kelioc & Jlattmewsn'
'",ccwond Nuitalwnan.' 1U-I,
A regular, old falalounad New Eng
lun~boiledI dinner to-amuorrow .l(Mom
I day) at the "Little Lhelnm miro" itea
aurmunamt frona 12 to 21 p. IIi. It
J. J. Thompipsoan. Jaebud; J. R.
Smlth, (lhleago; (I. L. Packard, J.1
Vni. (:arrow, Smyrna, Del.- MbIes
Low Abomass, Pontioe, Vhich.; k . A.
Chrtut, JunWtLon City; J. E. Jacksaea
apd lady, MIss Jkmw Jmckmuamm New
York clly; V. It. Harris, Maulisr,
WViN.; ti. Htewart IJ'a,4rr, Pontliu,
Owep Tr..y; C. H. Iswuldng and
whie, Rdseud ; Dien"a - c'arty H.
V. liudih i m KeU ; P. d'eed' ChLr .
Whitrfrn, llweety Creek; 0. . Bur
dick, (leamdlee; J. lslaee, (4d,.r Cret k.
An gainit dlii nir at th1''lIltl.
9etmumuls' deiauaums to-day roar
l`to 5l,.m. It
Tomi and Jerry at Kehue & ist.
A car hoad of all klndaof heatlumg anti
esrnking doves have 1U~t trees rrrc"IredY
at Iltirk igli' ammoth store. Now iM
limp to call while tb* stock I. stu-f
Patst erletlon stlakef. In auny c paan
tity at ahortt ice. u ol
Dr. Girard retured from Billnlgs
The companl. at the brt are happy.
The potatoes have arrived, and only
6 etn a pound.
"She do a daisy," Is the general com
ment, by the readers at the fort, and
she isn't preeo'd much either.
H. company's Joy at their return to
Keogh has not abated one jot. Pro
femor Wall is kept busy r.glhtering the
Muster fbr pay on Tuesday andthen,
ye bwusiness people of Miles, keep your
starboard eye open for the shekela
amnong the boys.
The "Jolly boys" are run on a princi
ple that would reflect on th national
bank institution. Make the outsiders
pay for the fun of the nsiders. Hee ?
The pitiful cry in the vPres, headed
"There's mnoney in it," would lead one
to believe tuat there is no money in its
own puny, sickly publication. How ?
1st Llcutetnant Allison, with a de
tachmuent of troods E. 2nd cavalry, es
cort for N. 1'. R. R. engineers, araived
rouml camp Villard to-day, anid will
return to that point lu a few days.
Comlpny D. 5th infantry, anid troop
E. und eavalry are expeted to return
to Fort Keogh about the middle of
November, when an increase in busd
new, amusemlents, etc., may be looked
And still Mr. Macqueen is not satis
lied. Improvement follows improve
mrnt. Next spring the visitors fromw
Miles City may enjoy a drive throughl
the park surrounding his residence
which is now in course of ounstruction,
that can not be duplicat.l west of
Tihe estimates for the new building,
forwarded oame days ago by tihe Iset
quartermaeter, will, It is hoped, be ap
proved by the department comumander,
wihen a gynuuasluma, gallery target
range, and a large commodious dance
hall will be added to the attractions of
Prairie 1h!i wens, ducks, u +: ,.,.ers
in all std ii" +, the "Little l.kh! wI, ,''
:holice bratnds of liquors at Keg
All kinds of political printing at this
ofice, suclh us elction tlck~.ta, posters
stickers, etc., done prunaptly and
iquietly on short notice. lit(
When a certain Prince of Sailm-Salm
esuae during the civil war to ofter his
sword to the f',:,eral goversnmient, hil
title puzr.ld .~r. Seward. "l,'alam
Palma i' ihe exclaimed, "where does
lie .olc fronm ?" "Perhulis from Ming
Sing ring," said the wprson addressed.
-Dr. IV. 11. Rundl in Ileq.perothcn.
A large heating stove has been set
up in the roIom over J. J. Grahans's
,tore, and the congregations worshil
piilig there to-day will be madle warm
St. Paul's church (Episenpal) even
lug n'rvive at 7 o'clock, in room overi
JJ. . (;ralua's store.
Post chapel, Fort Keogh-Catholic
service sit 9 a. lns.; Sunday school at
II a. m.; Prttestant servies at p. as.
WVmn. Horhlll, pastor of Eplsol !'l
church in this city, will preulh ill
G(lenldive this anorlung, and in MilIes
Rev. 1'. P. Linnell, the Presbyterian
iinstor, received Ilfonatlion of a do
nutitn of over three hundred dollars
tuoward his new cburel building in
this city. This lade lib heart good.
Th'le'Episopal sucty give their so
lable In Mr. Gould's new hall on
Wed.ulcsdy evenlag next. The oys
ters will he served next door In the
church ruoo over Graalmn's store, at
10 ip. in. It I also proposed by the
Epl'.sopal ladle to ftanish the supper
,or the young Imen's club party at the
au.taw plaWe the followlag evening.
(Jo down to the "Idltle Ltagoniee"
and get your dittsr is-day. It
The new Yellowstone Ipunch at
Kehoe & Mathews'. lu-16
All kln4 ed hntleg ad ooklailg
tovs, a eigh's.
All perons knowing thenuselvs In
debtl'd to me will plewse call aJd sesi.
without further notice.
0-14 . As Y.
All kinds oif hnt drinks to elt al
wealther snd tastes lartistiallly,monl
pounided at the K'g saloon. 1-tf
Hill i Ga~hrtt ma dtihg a splendidkl
businrea in candlel and fruits. When,
uslnilg by take omne home to your
wife anId cl4chld , and make lahir
hearts glad. itt.
Do lnt per the Keg mhsam withfit
dropping ain Lr shl drnks of good
liquor or a lAc clpr. 1-tt
William Carrow, of Smyrna, Dela
ware, Is in the city to look the field
over with a view of Investiug.
E. A. Chrest, of Sorup £ Ca., of
Junctioa City, is at nresent enjoynlg
the Italian climate of Miles City.
G. N. Burdlck, of the sprightly Yel
Iowetose Press, ilendive, came down
to the metalmolis last eveningand will
rnmailn over Sunday.
F. H. Hill, he furmter drug clerk at
.a~.age's drug store, returne.U on F'ri
day, rtoan the ewat, where he hais beeu
taltng in the sights. lie has come
back to Mile lity to make it his per
C. E. Chrliet, who has been in the
employ of .orup & Co. FLt. Custer.
usince tihe post was e.tablisihed, is hold
lug a pynitionu with the aulne liraes here,
Chariey was always very popular in
Custer, and Ino doubt hie will become
just as popular here.
Loule King and Wash Kelly return
e-d on estcruday's train fomm the west.
'They landed their load of jail birds all
sale in the penitentiary at Deer loAdge.
lThe prisoners got up several schenamt
to get away but nalde a failure in each
attempt. When they get away tromu
King and Kelly, they are dalees,
Fresh imported cigars at Kehoe &
Finest of fruits and candles always
fresh and nice at Hill & Uarr:tt's. it
Charley Evan' oyster bay redtaurant
on Park street wa* prlmouncule by blu
ginmis amild his followers mos tie neatest
Sand lusat tasty arranged dining ruums
thishi sie of t. Paul. Here is where
tihe hungry are made happy in the Iliac
ofr eltables and asi the Ilea.snt slimes
and well wishes of the proprietor and
tie attentive waters. Everything
ilI tihe liale to suit tihe hungry ruilnro
men ll, cow boyv buisiness mtrir . sa lortiug
Samen and ranch nu.n. Callat this place.L
you.will never forget the gLud mealsi
v'ou elijvedl. Charley is a strtunlch
[laginnins auan but will nevertieless.
do a kind favor for a pgº repullidc n,
Fresh opyters every day. 1'omunm alnd
sweet postatmes in their seawumo. liti"
Our effiient county clerk L. S. Tay
lor, has provided Ibr all contingences
in the county election, by issuing time
following to the juages of election, at
tihe various precincts in the county:
If in any of tie Township.s or Pre
cincts, any of the Judges refuse or neg
Ict to serve, the voters of such Town
shimp or Precinct may elect a Judge or
Judges to fill vacumnelets o the nlortnimgI
J of the election, to serve at such elec
The said Judges shall choose two
perm~ns, duly qualified, to act as clerks
of the election.
Previous to votes being taken, the
Judges and Clerks of electilon, shall
take and subserlbe the fSllowing oath:
I , do solemnly swear, or
affirm that I will perftmn the duties of
Judge of the election (or Clerk as the
came may be according to law, and tihe
bhet of nly ability; and that I will
studiously endeavor to prevent frhad,
deceit and abuse, ia conducting the
In case there shall be no person pres
eaat t the openlng of the election, nu
thornaed to admnllilster an cath, or iha
case such person so authorised,shall be
appointed Judge or clerk of tile elec
tloa, It shall be lawful for tihe Judges
of the election, to adlnlinister the outh
to each other, anid to the clerks, and
the peron admlisterinug the ueil,
shall cause an entry thereof, to be
nmule, subcrtibed by hims, and prefixed
to the poll book.
At all elections, tile polls shall be
opened at d o'clock in tile forenoon,
tand continue open until 6 o'clock in
the afternoon of the mutle day, at which
thlme the polls shall be closed, and at
the opening of the polls, one of the
clerks, under the direction of the
Judges, shall make proclamation of the
saure, and thirty nminutes before the
eldaon of the polls, woelmalnalon shall
be made in like nunaer, and thie polls
ahall be dlosed In a half hour; buit tihe
boeard may, in their discretlon, adjourn
the poll at 1e'.luk at anon, for one
hour, pro.mao aa of the smae, being
Thiel worst phwe li town-Klcthov &
muttlew,4'. ________ &-IJ
W. K. Haier, eprituting E* (Ui
llaknntlv. oa lm( A calmeli, , ii Mto0i*11ý
tit the InterOomi with a hrll I n. of'
mitullpleam iI genies' fuutisel Kuliin lgi, o ,
eosalsting of siirts, uuiderweat, ho.
ierv7, imekwer, suspuspne t ilovt%,
hanmklrkarldse b", ojul amid a super,
four kneE #W-p01, muld will take li,
iLviual ordetl. Call tit on1ce tied 5
cure f~_~~____~_ W
Misled priopowlis for coal will he re
erilv pt tlhe noffic of the clerk of
W .4 91at rat No. 1, of Custer countiy,
teriory of Montana, for ougoly'n t
th o I or aid district w ik coatl,
Via. burn of o inative oal, to hb he
Ilvi I" 4uantitlus al raluired by
chfnt clerk. Prolionaai will be received
until 12 m. of WednedAy, November
I'M · W. D. XsruHr,
rierk Ne-hool Diatrict No. 1.
Miles City, M. T.1 Oct. Mth, IS.I
aint sand Ithbb *U wat
Hialag had an exlrnence of twentf
Ave years in the repair of watches. I
warrant my work to satial y the eusto
Smer or rmake no charge. 44tf
1 . As.LgY.
NIotice is herbty given, that the bo*l
Sne heretofore conducted by A. H.
I "Wilder, at Miki City, M. T., under the
name of Jtroadwater, lubbell & Co.,
will hereafter be conducted by uid
I Wilder, Individually.
C(. A. BHiAInWATER.
a J. It. Ili mII;LI: ,
A. H. WVILx.M.
Miles .ity, Oct. 'w;, 1~$.
S Referring to the alsove, I hereby
teesignate Thelodor lorup ~a aly au
tlhorised agent to ,settle the Ibusito
heretofore conlduc.tted Iy lme at Milke
a City, under the unalle of Itriwliwaer,
SHub1bell & Co. A. H. WiL.usIs.
Mllae City, Oct. :;, 1Y;.
I have this day purrclnatrl the atw.k
of mewrehandib in tihe store of Broud- 1
water. Hubbell & Co., at .Mlh, City,
M. 1'.. anMd Shall conltinue to do a
genleral ilerchandise bIsiunle at the
old tland, keelpikng in .st4)k a ull aa
portlnent of gr.'ceries~ liquors and
eigars, dry goods and ml|.nl wtuar.
Tu' .:onm IHok.ler.
k Miles City, (ct. ~I, 'w-2. w-14w4t.
The following are the nunlllt of the
newly elected om·.er. of the Yellow
atone Land and (clilnizalion Comn
t paty: Directorn-L-ewis Merrill, J. W.
taylruond, H. F. I)u1glass, Janes M..
Burns and J. W. Kendrick. Oflteen.
LewIs Merrill, plresident; Janes M.
Burns, seretary; H. F. I)oauglass,
W.B.ANDRBWS & 00.
M AI STRET, MILLk c'ITY.
FINEST DRIGi STORE IMM. T.
ALL UI'R DRl(r; ARE
* FRESH AND PURE.
Cu ueully ('ompourwld buy or Nighi.
SCIGARS., FANCY GOODS.
b FRENCH CONFECTION S
FO14 LADIE.E AND GENTLEMEN.
*e Ofce and Consultation Rooms of :
DL.A. S. 8GIARD, U. & S.A.
e MAC*Wr N & YOtr o, 4llA3. A. DiArv.,
ia ed Tr ders. Formerly of P ear
P ei Kroqh, MotalIna aind r lr Ik.r let
Tmar*oury. h'lcagp, 1il.
IIIHAl BIL')COE FROM THEl DYEOT,
MILES CITY, M. T.
It Puaoh a,.tea