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Tueedsy,November 14, 188a.
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lATHol,10 . ''Ulll. Main Sirnl com^r of
Tinlli. Iter. Liudwiufiii, r^stor.
ITOOOFAl 1 Ul'ttCH. Uc^. Hor-fall pastor.^!i s rttat M 11^ S., o^^^r orab:nu'^ Mure.
iVL-UYTIUAN CHURCH. Scrricel will al^11 id in i ^ wrm aaHanwuf j. J.OTsa^'.
V.mis., r.:ir .1i^V^p^L .thi*. rriMchtag al^m. s^i.kii h s^h,^,^l at 10a. X. Citlxi-tia ^nd^^trim, jr^ coruiui!) invuwl.
K.I' I W^l, TMtor.
Arrivalami Departure of Mail*.
T.*l^ ni mall rl^-*w tt ^^ oVWk p. n^.^Weaaara stall 1 at kM p. ui.
**aat-rn fsiajl ..n ai J..^ p. m.^*V^*. rn Mail iirltatatfcn p. a.
!.. H. li.i k.r is the tiuthomed ^:ir-^lior ami colli 1 u^r for aubaoriptiona to^THE Daily .'ot'RNAi,. Mr. Beikrr^vill i-u[^|^!^ all persons in Mihs *^ity^awl Koi t K^^.'.rli every morning 'wfore^Vrakt'ast. with the nuprr at *^ eta^ per^w 00k.
CHUNKSOF CITY WISDOM.
Aoomohat a aruu-r garftavan*.
RttterA ('^^., recrivt-il ^ nice MW^safe to-day at ttieir Chirago '^eer hull.
A.H. O'Connor will he (juartenil in^.1 loir ^litv* in the buiMing forintrly
iiiiiil by ((Jaw.
Mr*.J^k- Bernard, wife of Dm well^kntiWH snorting niau, has raraverad^,im;h ln-r ^pi'll of sickness under(Im
licul old ^^)' Iir. Redd.
JosephLaighUin, Esq., lias just mM^^i Judge Btrpvell for his raneh tw-uty-^^i rut lu'ad of thoroaghbred Short hom^^itUe tor the snug sum of $8,iiuo.
Auol.'ierdilooii start* on l'ark street !^^'.-nay. The }^r .|^rift^ss in Miss Lizzie. !^i 'j.ri-.vi ll, and -In will undoubtedly do I^u* '.veil as nttktTs in the mm aaataaaa.
(luthru-^v Ming, the extensive cattle '^iuea and butehow, advertise in this^morning'* i^uiH-r. They have a large i^iinl tine a|^|m)int^ d meat shop, and will^try and satisfy all their customers.
ProdHill, who has been in the Cot-^1 -Icon for km time, has resigned
ThaMan That Mnrdored J. D. ttaaaall !
Arrlrnaiu tho City.
Geo.A. MeArtluir, the man who j^sent the soul of J. I). Uusscll Into j
eternitv bjf the quick route of the lull- 1^' let, is now quartered at the city jail,
Iwhen- he was seen yesterday by a^'joiKNAi, reproeiitative. Mr. Mc-^| Arthur is a man of medium hajgfet,^( dark eyes and hair just tingisl Willi
grav. He feels his position keenly
anil while the circtimstanei s justitlcd^; his kininc llussfll, yet he is a man of^I lilie sellsiltilitics, and exceedingly re-
igrets the ueonrencf of the sad aflklr.
iIt *-eins Itlissi II had Im-cii picking ^'^^' lighi with him on twooecaatioua before^; the fatal night, and McArthnr today^I bears the evidence of ban I uaage at the^I kaavia of Uuescll. His hand is badly^' burned by Bowdef from the pistol of^RubmII which dune it-t Work before he^tired the Ratal bullet. The most sillgll
larthing about the affair, is thai the^pistol which done the killing was^wrenched from the hand at Kussell,^; alter h^ had lircd one shot at MeArthur,^; the bullet just grazed the top of his^1 bold, and he still bears the mark of i^j the bullet. I'ublic sympathy is with- '^out dottM with him in the hour of his^] tfonble, and efforts are being made to^have him admitted to bail. Col. ('^ (j.^I Cox. who is retained for the defense,^, has the ability to guard the interest of^j his client, and the colonel is of the^opinion that his Immediate amnlttal^will follow his first trial. Col. Cox is^' working hard in the interest of Mr.
MeArthur.and when the trial comes^j oft'there is no question whatever as to^the lesillt.
AMan who haa Bnllt aa Many Railroad!
aaAny Maa In Aaiarlca.
fich(;olhook* at Combs'
Mr.Philip Brady, a man who counts^his friends in Custer county by the^legion, is one of the most extensive^railroad builders in America. Mr. H^is an easy-going, whole-aouldcd gentle^^man that minds his own biminetis, and^while it may not be geuerallv known,^is one of the most careful ffgurers on^work that can be Uiuud, and is one of^the most unassuming of men that^claims residence in Custer county. He^is p -pillar with everybody who has^the tiie pleasure of knowing him.^Amongaoraeof the railroads that Mr.^Brady l as had contracts on might be^mentioned the great Chicago 2 Hur-^llngtoa A QuincT, Chicago ^ North^^western, Illinois Central, I'.urlington,^Cedar Rapids ^t Northern, Cincinnati^Southern, and our own Northern^Pacific, on which he has done work^calling forth the admiration of every^^body. Aside from all these contracts,^Mr. Brad/, with his father, who was a^man of abilty, haa built many miles of^the (intnd Trunk railway of Canada.^And as a good careful contractor he^stands without a peer in the coimnu-^liit v.
Hendyour address to this office, or^address J. \V. Bagley, tirover, Brad^^ford county, Pennsylvania, who has^important information to cominuni
Aear load of all kinds of heating and
jcooking stoves have just been received I^at Burkigh'a mammoth store. Now in^the time to call while the stock is com- |
1 Now on hand twenty-live of the new^light running DoaMotlc waring ma*^! chines, MtwcJal terms and prior* for 1^1 the next fifteen davs.^1 UtfMit.KS ^. Stkkvki.i..
1 For a tine drink or the best ctgaf la I^the ^-ity, go to Madam ^ Imen'rt, corner '^of Main and sixth street. Attentive^waiters are always at hand to serve^drinks on short notice. Open day and
Forthe next thirty davs, I will sell |^diamonds, euld and silver watches,^chains, rings, Jtc., for cost.
MainStreet, Miles City.
Schoolbooks at Comlis'
SchoolIsm)1;h at Combs' It
Freshoysters cooked in every atvle^j at the new Oyster Ocean under First^National bank. gMf
(len.Whistler has been relieved from^charge at Port lv ogh, and has been^huceeeded by Col. John I). Wllklna,^who has assumi ^l comniand of the ^^th^Infantry, ami the Post at Kiogh.
Bchoolbooks at Combs'.
^nlo attend to his fruit and
siiicss,which has grown to ,^ierananaaata demand all af^1 ntrnn,
iwenty-live cars of Myers Brothers ;^^'^ (tie start for Chicago to-morrow.^The outfit will l^e comprised of ;wo^trains. All possible facilities are given 1^l-y the railroad.to shove this batch of^cattle forward.
Apenerul court martial has been or^^dered to convene at Fort Kengh on tin-^ivih. Uen. J. N. (i. Whistler is pnal^^ 1 at of the oonrt, and Capt, Myrick,^(iMoartrnent Judge advocate, is judge^ndvooateof the court.
sum(jetis, the wperintendenl ^^f
. S. ^ (jo. stage line, i.-i in the
.looking altar tha atage business of^thai enternrlalng oom|ainjr. He iu-
...:.i.sus that the line between here
idJunction ^^ity would be dhawn*^11 d by (lie And of December.
Or.It. ^:. Bcld. Dr. J. J. Wood and
J.J. Graham are appointed as eoo
lllsalooeniof lunacy, in the case 01 a^party from Billings, who Inehil that
MilesCity is Millings; that everybody
IIIuie county is his Mend, ^he thuuM^IMVe run for an otliee) ami that he^^1 eer drinks eseayl when alone or in
JackFord, the barber, has just i-oin-^pictul his bath roonia, and from all^ii^vounti is already havtng a big run^1 .. These are the Aneat and
i.i I lilted bath - west of Mt.
'.The water is haaead byataam^yed through pipes into the^r^.in . where one saa use aa much^v star in b.ithiiiir as desired.
iY.ii estate has la-en pretty lively the-^j as^ i^ w ^iays. IVadmaater Borchanll^N^ld his iine kits on the eurncr of
ist11! and Ktgbth streets to Dr.^...r-.-. y fat - I hW, and tbesanie gentle-^Hiatl purchaaed an undivided one-half^Interest in forty acres of Judge Stre-^vuli'a additii n tli Miles City, the price^. luglJOOperacre, President Leigh ton^ttlao purehaaad MN aerea of Judge 8tre-
v.11 at the same ligures.
WhenIn want of oysters ranked In^every styk- go to the Oyster Ocean,^the best place in town to get fresh^oysters. MHf
Tin-MerclianU hotel will be re^^opened this noun under the manage^^ment of .lames Boscliorotiidi, who has^the reputation of being one- of the best^hotel managers and for serving better^meals than any other man in tin-^Black Hills. Jim will be triad lo see^his numerous old friends thereto-day,^and many new oiks, to test the style^he has in running a business of this^kind.
Kehoolliooks at Combs' It
Stovea! stovra !
Allkinds of heating uud Booking^stoves, at Burleigh's. 7tf.
StraliitKFrom a Yiiiiiik I.ady.
Kittie,^the popular little vaitreaa^at the Inter-Ocean hotel, mourns the^loss of her pocket isnik. which some^one tern pti Me. creature had the celluloid^gall toenier her room and steal there-^irom. This is (he meanest act possible^for a degraded wretch tooommit. The^Idea of stealing from a hard working^uirl the 1110m y sin earn- ^lcst rves the^sev^ rest n iisure, and if the aut hor call
befound be should be treated to
white^coat ol tar and leathers.
Allkinds of hot drinks t^^ suit all^Weather and tastes artistically' com^^pounded at the Keg saloon. ltf
MMIKKIVAI.S.^firriutl i rtttrnt.
t.c. Llndley. Bnanhm, Wis.; j. k.^D. IteKeUan, Uleneoe, Out,; Miss^Jennie K. Todd, Powder Blver ; M.^McClaren, a cattleman, and wife,^Powder River; s. B. Hastings, and
wife,St. Paul; James Hastings, St.^Paul; Ueorge Hastings,| St. Paul;^Samuel Hastings, St. Paul; Hank^Iiord, Missouri: K. J. McCluitock,^Missouri; B. F. McNa'r, O'Fallon :^Chaa. W. Bennett Datieit; Ed. W.^Kan Ion, Detroit . Smith Ogden, Pltta-^burgh, Pa.; John I). McDonald. Thor-^ald ; M. F. Campbell, Strathroy, Out.:^F. C. I.indslcy, Ptnwatikee ;^ C. C.^Fane, Hillings.
F.A. Don thee, Ulendlee; John^Hautt, St. Cloud, Minn.: LonlaLoven,^Montana; QebTge A^lams, ButteCtty;^Win. McBride, Montana ; James rae-^Bride, Montana; Sam Oetts, Boze-^man: C. F. Worst, Montana; ('. K.^Wuldron, .Musi egon, Mich.; fJaerge^Adams; Montana ; James Someis.
Montana;John Brady, Hillings.
HughMcLaughlin, Montana; M.^McOcc, Montana; D. (J. Taggins,^Montana; Win. J. Fish, Sweeney^Creek: John Turner, Little Missouri^;^A. K. Verkea, Btsjemaa; A.H.Bell,^Washington, D.C.J A. C. Wllttamr,^Montana; I). H. Day, Bismark; K. H.^Klllaon, Uiendive: K. P. Morrison,^CHendlve; C. s. Uednvttn, Billings;^C. Duughtfae, Montana; A. H. Bran-^and, Montana ; A. L. Jacobs, Mon^^tana, Philip Brndjr, Montana.
Wholfsialeand It. tail
\\iliavr ilnj, vn hand k i aria Nasi) at
MainStreet. Miles City.
Ain .w on liMifl a ^*bnicf ^f/!rciioii of
An.ihutiriK rtHt'titljr iddcd a lar^f
Beef,Mutton ^ Pork STEAMFA( T()UV
Si~s|i,.'i^l Aiti-iiliuii liirrntuOnleni fur Mast*^FaaUUaa. is
Wr^::n furniali a nm- n 1 ^ V ol
a 1 ^p|iT. fi.r linei^ ami i'r:.i,-i kaUlas aill
riTiivi' our ^|Mtial att, iili.in. - ^-;t j.ru t-# .n^ r. ..^onalili-.
Kehoolbooks at Combs'
Under1st Hat. Bank. W. B. ANDREWS ^ CC.
Schoolbooks at ('oiilb
(ii.iir neoaa^name of the n^-w flratedaei^eeently oaaned under
j Is the
Itin- First National bank
attlx- Qteni (entral.
JohnHtriecelouenedthe I'nion Hall^^-n night of Nov. Band niruiabad mnek^and rvneehmenta. The I'nion Hall^Idled with a very nice liar and him
counter,and has some Ana billiard am
|MMiltallies. 1^i^l'Kllyi.NAL I'OlNTs.
A.K. Vcrkes, Bo/.einan, is tit Ihe
I. H. Bay. Hisimirek, registers at^the 1 nter-Oeei-n.
S.B. Hastings, of St. Paul, together^with ids large uudly, are iu the city,^and at the Oraml Central.
M.MeClaren, a wealthy catlb-owner
inthis vicinity, is in thecJty, and I
iniarteretlat the (irand Central.'
ICarter ^Lyi, Props. i)ri;g gists!
B.J. Payne, of Wyoming, and Jen^^nie B. Toad, of Nebraska, were mar-^ri^ d in the parloiaof (iu- Grand ^ ientral^hotel nhndajf afternona by the Rev,^Mi. Downey, Mr. Payne Is one of the
leadingcattle men of Wyoming terri^^tory, ami tilsit extensively eugaged iu^mining enterprises, A large number^of Menda of both contracting parties^artre preaent and atteated their good^feeling by wishing the n^ w eou|de a
Ikiiivoyage^ throiigh life.
Hehoolbooks at (tombs'
SchoolIkmiIvm at Oomia'
Tiietwo story Mare I now naenpy^35x5J ft, tire proof oallar and len-tot!^hay aesius. Price IMan, wbbdi is just^what the outfit eoat, Hgnring tin- let^att4M,J.J. ^ j it a 11 a m .
Baal1 stmi sal*.
P'UirHaarnanwild ihe M and build-
t ^ 1 i! Mmim stiei t, now ix eiii r 1 as a^Ininuaa alien and gunemiths, opnoalte^the Matrnantltun meat mnrket, for^lb roe thousand dollars. The prigs^wis virtually for the twenty five foot^lot, 11 'he building is of bigs and ol^II k'e ,sill Oa.pt. ltutlerof Port Keogh^^y.in the j^urt Laser, ami now, has. al a^v ri rnouerala cost, two of tne beat Iota^in raNe* CHy, right new, in mid-wln-
Icra t. -althy feeling existH in real re^^tail 1 r city and it will improve.
1^'. !. -oi hooka at Combs'
AFirat-Claaa VaUHS^' be ik w Oyster Oe, an under the
rsiIftUensI twink is a grand ana*
liqUOI at be;:
Whenvour apjietite emvrg for a^mess of fresh ll-h, go to the bouse tiiai^^etsoil wheels, on Park St. Klaharty^sell.* them reasonable. 7tf
Mireliant Chas. Savage has returned^from up country, and reports voting
stillgoing on at WlldeA Lnndlng,^Mennanf Wtlnnef has moved his resi^^dence ai loss the track near Lotghtou's^addhlon. Merchant Baslnkakl bus^worn a trail out towards Miguel Unite.
Itcan plnlnly i^- followed ball way
then-,and i-then lost at (lie d'str of^the Hnest residence ill the ^'ellowstone
valley.MerchantCahn baseeaaadta^Iniporf inoda from Bulurd, ami is now
la\nit; iu a tmartel of a million dollars^worth of noods at this place. Mer^^chant Comlis savs he still bgateohl^- but Is overworked- in opening new^^ooda for the holiduys. Men-hunt^Romp is iu St. Paul looking after^enough grade tn aampete with others^in the grocery trade of Ihe valley.^Merchanl Rurieigh is driving his own
teamnow, like the buajf bee laying in^s!oris^ for winter. The' bar, however,^luys iu honey, while Walter is laying^in'onions. Merchant Nado Is 1'u-nrimr^on hiiles. Beaver is up, but all other^furs have taken a tumble. So says^Nado. Merchant Ornham, is showing^up a gold lined [m-ii-kniI'f, and swears^by it he is going to New York next^vchi lo enjoy life. Hi: knows hoe,^though In is seven years here.
MajorLayton,Ath infantry, arrived^from the eaat Saturday evening, and^: reported brduty at Port Keogh,
RawarvarC.H. fj^hi. af the [Jnhnd
Slatesland ottve, ual yesiirday lor rJt.^Paul and Chiea -o, to be tibseut u few
Mam.Getta, agent for the oilmorc ^^Salisbury sta^e ilue, is at the (Jammer*^ciai. He reports everything movlug^nicely all eJoug the line.
Thevery weieonie Caj-t. Butler, of^Ft. Keogh, was in the eiiy yesterday.^( apt. Butler has long been in our^miUst, and is very populur with our^people.
JohnBrndy, brother to our popular^Philip braUy, is in tiie city. Mr.^Brady, Ilka ins brutnaf, is an* ahhtdo
Lentbinan, |SlpUba| with all lie BUttUe
Bennettami Hanlnn. members of^I the Detroit IsuahaU dun, are m the^' city, quartered at the (irand ( antralm^gmeta of the UeMoy boys, ami intend^going on a liiiiitiiig expedition 111 a^lew ilays.
AaronII. Bell, the new operator of^the military telcgrph station, arrived^on Sumiay and assumed the duties of'^his oltiee yesterday morning. Mr.^Hell is u young man 01 much exper^^ience and carries with him years of^esnerieneg iu his new field. He is s^vaittahk aniinlaltlng to Miles City, and^will doubtless make many Iriemis^among our people.
Missl-'.innie l-'reiieb will give an^^other ot the grand social hojm to-night, '^at her residence on Bridge street, op-^MlMe Keogh, the tailor. This house '^iius iii onuueetton avvamt gaming
tableswhere those who are weary of I^skipping the light linitastlc can invest^their weslth by ^bucking the tiger.^ |^llon't lorget UlOali this evening. It
Donot pass the Keg saloon without^dropping iu lor a nice drink of giard I^hijuor or a floe 1 i;-ar.1-tf '
Finestand Largest Stock of
INBULK OBCOOKKD^In livery Style a Specialty.
Wholesaleand Retail.^Satisfaction is Guaranteed.
MAINk-TRKKT, Ml 1.1 s CITY.
FINESTDRUG STORE IN M, T.
ALL^^t K DSCnt AitK
I!virythiiiir Knali, \t*nt MM NU^*. Hit' ronif^t^Mho hi luutii. jj
t-i- ii CotrmttH.
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Winesand Cigars,^Or Mixed Drinks
furrfullyroui|ioun^lisl liny or Nig lit
CIGARS,FANCY GOODS.^BOTTLE CORDIALS,
ALLKIN 1)8 OF
rOKI.AIilEs AND GENTI.aMEN
Officesnd Consultstion Rooms of
I OWENS A COLEMAN Prop.. OR. Ai S. 8IRARD, U. S. I.