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CH VUCU DI CTOaT.
~APTIiT Ctt'IR. Corer o. Ialmer and
Te tb g rtms Swie NJ It A.M*amd 7.2 r,M.
a " lrr& /ada. Iaad2Jda1NH 111 a. M Cluaer
Utr. t. O. DawxzT. Per(r.
ATHO.LIC Mrmlpf lý cuP .a in fire . r of
CATh. OLCe. Ltudmmftb. r.11or.
EP~l s nVA (CHUlCH. Rev. Uornsll palot.
S14 rviin+ at b . M.. awlr Grabaw'a mote. -
') 'L-II(YTEI:Il.Y lUUCR. A.rvln, willt be
1 l-id fiI IN- new buildit fI J. J. Graham,.
%:akf HN. .1. neur JOVUaL &4biE. I' rashlug at
n t. m. $aul.t h Shoolmt W A. N. Cittarua and i
.trrul, JD vnldully invited
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
V~asle·rt mail elr· r(at 2 olrj p. m.
·.M rr all o ln i t .. 'me at :: r p. w .
v'astrn mail srriver at 3:3A p. m.
N%...i. nrv Iead aivteraM G:M p. a.
ES. Hf. It-ekrr Is the authorlzed car
£ kr uii't clvctutor for aubacriptionN to
'TLHE DAILY' .JOURINAL. Mr. Becker I
V. ill suIplyv thl peri e0u In Mliltkn City
atndE Fort I0t' h 56 ' Mornlnl g before
tºrvakfiwt, with the papc'r tt 4) et#. per
%ttek. - --
CHUNKS OF CITT WIiSDOM
olulc ehat w' ulmer yesterday.
,itter & o('., reoeived a nice new
"..a tro-lay at their ('hicago ,er hall.
A. II. ()'('olil.or will he quartered in
a ft.w l dav in the building formerly
, .lupli by ('ol. (Gaw.
eMs.. Joe Ierna:rd, wife of the well
X.:ol,wl splrtinl;u man, haes re'overel
,r,;s her spell of sickness under the
. hieal aid of hr. Redd.
.J .itsih lti.hit'*h, Esq., hatis just sold
,'s J tlige Strvetll for his ranch tweuty
*..iriht head of thrloughbred Shorthorn
*.i:tle tor the ullng sum of $8,tU0.
Another dsLlos.ll starts on Park street
',a-day. The prapriretes is Miss Lizzle
;'.rrwell, and she will undoubtedly do
.:- Well as oth.er' in the same busidue.
Guthrie A MNing, the extenldve cattle
o.'n and butchlers, advertise in this
rnitrlig',s piaper. They have a large
.,ail tine alplidute~l meat shop, and will
tr , anird saLtsIly all their tuutonuera.
Frl H1ill, who has been in the Cot
,loon for smmxe time, has rtesigned
.ot to attend to his fruit and
. ,. ew, which has grown to
i tnions tIa to demand all of
i wenty-live ears of Myers Brothers
" tlle atart for Chicago to-morrow.
fiThe outfit will ie conmprised of two
?iains. All iosille facilities are given
I. the railroad.to shove this batch of
A general court lmartial has been or
d,!'d to convene at Fort Keogh on the
;.'I. (vet. J. N. G. Whistler is pjrtnsi
*, !r of the court, and ('apt. Myrick,
',.t'airtmtent j.w'.Ie itvios'U te, is judge
.:, ,uti'et if tf1i court.
;:. (Getts, the superintendent of
. S. & C". stage line, is hl the
.' l,~kag after the stagte Iusiness o0f
!:t ent'trprsing ..i n .iiapuny. lit, iI
.,,:.. us trhat the line letwteeu here
.! i Jullction41 (City would tbe discon
I ,1 h," tlhe tlr't of i)eevtniher.
'Ir. II. (:. Itdi.d, Dr. J. J. Wood and
.; .i. IraIhasn tare apjaniuted as coEl
:':ifsilneir t. r lunacy, in the case of a
,a;r!y frontll illings, who inslbts that
'`lies City ik Iillings ; that everyvl.ly
:I til counllty is lhit'rirend, ie ,hould
'i\e runlll r an oftlice) and that he'
!I ,:r drinks except when alone or in
* :'put)I .
.ha*k l',rdi. ithe barber, has just con
pi tet. hiss h'th ro3us, and froum al
:.Me l:tz is alrteady having a big run
Ti. 'es are the fllt.st alld
: itgeti Lath I5ruans we'st of .'t.
. The 'ater Is heated ly stcunan
• " yed through paipes into tht
r 4,.l5 . WI 'where one uil n utSe s mu ll ucl
u ,t.t(r inll hIthsitg aIts dcairetd.
ild estdte ihas Ieen pretty lively the
.."" I.w (lstysV . l'P.s ntitr iHrcrlsardit
""..i hi, linte ints onr rllt"e et.rntr of
1' h1ltnt atll Elighth streetst to Dr.
•arve.y ;lor :1,_-u, and lthe. nl' gentle-
..u 061li''l, t'l4 :Ill Ull(ividi t l otne-half'
;ii.t r,. r in frtly acresr' of Judg. Stre
"'ac tidithitll to Miles ('ity, the price'
i "w_ 2 hIperadre. Prtsidhet Lii I- "Pia
;t:. ', siurehtllt ed l J.. ) acres of Judge rctre
v\', i tl thet' satle figures.
tcto(,ol books at Colmbl' It
The two story store I now ~celtp3
-,,X.J ft. fire proof c+tlar and L(tn-ton
hl:y ,.wales. Priet $4,MI, wlrtehl is jut
,ltul the outtlit eot, figuring thet lt
at ,s,. ":4-~St J.J. IAA. .
I'" tcr. MLamon sold the lot and build
ah10 an JlMai street, now ccuple"t ai a
I::rtu re shop and gunllnsitlhs, talwila lte
the Metropolitan meat nwrlket, ti'r
Ihlree tholuu.ltd dollars. 'fhle p.i'e
w.. virtually for the twenty five t)ot
lot, 1) t.he building Ih of lsgs and of
e vaine. Capt. Butlerof Fort Keonghl
was the purchaser, and now habs, at ii
ve rl mode rate c(ast, two of the best lots
an Miles City, right now, in tIlld-wini
ter a l:'rathy feeling exuist in real cs
tt ,: - r city and it will improve.
e,.:1 'ol iWmkk at Coouils' It
A FlrbCles Fle"e.
i.e in w Oyster UOuan under the
,,,. N&tiUtLul bank Is a grand .ulo
c;isoCe Ulnan d liquaor at Keg
w:[, .a. 1-tt
GUSM. A. 3eA3Uvs.
YThe. Un That r dem.e . D. .saell
Arrives Ia t City.
Geo. A. McArthur, the man who
sent the soul of J. I. Runsell into
eternity by the quick route of the bul
let, is now quartered at the city jail,
where he was seen yesterday by a
Jol'RNA.4. repretutative. Mr. Me
Arthur Is a man of nlediumt height,
dark eyes and hair just tinged with
gray. He feels his position keenlyl
and while tithe circumntanlce. justiflet;
his killing RuIlaell, yet he is a nlan of
fint stenitIillitlesi, and exceedtingly rTie
grets tile w'urec(Ie of the sad afltir.
It s. eni llwtfstll had beint picikiilg a
fight with hint on two icasiolins before
the fatal niglht, and Mc.\rthur to-day
bears I ht evidce.ll of hard usage at the
hands of Ilusecil. His hIand is badly
burned by powder from the pistol of
,RunsUell, which done its work before lie
tired the fatal bullet. The mlost sinlgu
lar Ihini, aliout thlie affair, is that the
pistol ll hich done the killing was
wre.chlicdl from the hand of Russell,
after he had fi red ohne shot at McArthur,
the bullet just grazed the top of his
Ihead, anld be itill bears the imark of:
the bullet. Publie sympnlathyv is with
out doubt with hintm in the hour of his
troulble. and effirts are being made to
have hint adlnitted to hall. Col. C. (i.
Cox, who is retained for the defelnse,
has the ability to guard the interest of
his client. anil the colonel is of the
opinion ltat his immediate acquittal
will follow lils first trial. Col. ('ox is
working hard in the Interest of Mr.
McArthur, and when the trial (cttnust
off there is no que.tion whatever as to
ehllool Isokh at ('obls' II
Fresh oysters cooked in every style
at the new Oy()ster Ocea under First
National hank. lJ-tf
Rietaed. From Duty.
(en. WVhistler has beezn re!ived froml
chargelat Fort Koghtl, and hals been
sueceeded by o(l. John 1D. Wilkins,
who has aunwld coillnanld of the with
Infantry, and the Post at Ktoghl.
aehool books at Comnlls'. It
When in wIant of oysters cooked in
every stykle go to the Oyster Oceain,
the 'bet place in town to get fresh
The Merchants hotel will be re
opened thi l oon under the mamnage
nent of Jakim Ru.shorough, who has
the reputation of being one of the Ibsl
hotel managers and for servit better
meals than any other man in the
B)ack Hils.. Jim will be glad to see
his Inumerous old friends there tou-dl:y
and :nmaus new onles, to test the style
lie has id running a business of thll
School books at (omhn' It
Stovae ! Soves !
All kinds of heating a'ld cookinig
I toves, at Buirleigh's. 7tf.
Steaiung From a yToune Lady.
"Kittie," the popular little waitress
at the Inter-Ocean hotel, mourns the
lose of her I.ket lxw)k. which sollne
cointemplltible creature had the celluloidi
gull to enter her ronmi aitd steatl there
Imian. Thi is the meaneu--t act seit.bhle.
fior a degraded wretch totn'mlltfit. The
Idtla of stealing fromll a liardl workingt
Lirl the money she earns deserves the
I severest censure, and if the autlhor canf
be found he should I,e tr(:teai to a
"wh.ate'" eolt of tar and featilers.-.
e.ehool Isxoks at. ('l'luva l,' -11
I1 the nanmae of the new fir,.t-hlass
ov-ter house recently opened Ilnleri
the First National bunk. ')-tt
Weddlan at the (;rand Central.
woeoing sa ute (birand Uptral.
Ii. J. Patyne, of wy(,mlkingl, antl Jetim
l'( 1.. Toddt, ofr Nbraska. we're' umear
ri' it in the' piarlors of the (irand (Cenmtral
hoti"l nI3Inihly aitt'rii(NIIm by the Rev.
Mi. lNowneý . Mr. Pa.jyg. L4 (i.+ ' lno the
le'uiiing a:mttkle lieit of V'ouvu)lnit terri
tory. and aiii Extiinsiv('ly (eng tavLul ini
tumiitii m enlterrniss. A iargr' nluImber
of irieimda of Ib(thm conltramt'ting .~urmtiew
wV,'r iret'mnt andI attesdttei their good
A'4'ling by Wishingi the neI'W coLIuple a
"bon1 voyagte'"' t irnoughl tile.
Nimeool l)o~ k,4ht Coub' It
WhImeni your appwtite ('I'znlq for u
Inm.M otf i're-ih fishm, go. to the lhouise thlit
eUts4 (oII whe(e'ils, onI Park St. I'laiiarty
so-112. tllcnt reasonable. _l~· 7tt
Met-Imant ('las.a. Savue hasi returned
frount ump country, and1( reitilrts voting
still goming on att W'ilde'r a Landinm.
Ni 'r'auimt Skin inner ham agmoored h11(4 rtI'l
ii, iII,' aiiitm'4 the trto'k smear L('tgimt4)o n
uigii ion. M'rc'hunt IktMimNksili htis
w n, lit rail out1L towardls Slignal Bluttte. I
It can ll inll~lly 1(. follouwid hall' way
thmere', and is thimen los at tih' door of
the timest rewitleuce Ia time Yellnwstonec
va.II/v. hMerehllut ('ahn has eewt·P vtl to
liii ,s'it gautla frornt iufordI, and Is n1ow0
Ia, inag lit a quarter of a mIlliona dollars
wvorthi 'of' gaols at this º,ln'e. Mder
t'hUImt (Jommhs sail'ue he dill Iu a ,old
-biI Its ov(.erworkce-ina oupeatllig nkew
grndas for the Iholida y". bterha mt
I~onlp I, in ~t. JHaul looking afttr
enough goods to num n te with ether,
In time groci'ry trade of thIIe vulley.
Mercw'an'.t Ilurltigh is dlrivinmg lilm own
traim nlow, like the Ibusy bee laying In
snoreVq for winter. The hr.e, however,
lays In honey, wlile Walter l. laying
in onionas. Merc'lhant Nuldo Is figuring
oil WIiive Ik'ac'r Ls up, Iut all oither
'fur. lwve taken a tumble. do rays
Nado. Merchant (trahaum, is showing
up a gold lined pwn-knite, and swear.
by It belasgol to New York nezt
yeas to e Jy Uf. He known hew,
though hiIn. uwocn eam here.
A Mssa who has ea Lerease
m Amy Na. I Amaelsm.
Mr. Philip Brady, a man who counts
his friends in Custer county by the
legion, is one of the mnet extenmlve
railroad builder. In Amnerlca. Mr. B
is an easy-grlag, whole4oulded gentle
man that minds hlis own business, and
while it may not he generally known,
is one of the most careful figurers on
work that can tb Ihound, and is one of
the tnoiit unanslminig of menL that
elainis re Identce in Custer countv. He
is popular with everylody who haun
the the pleasure of knowing him.
Amonog a n oms of the railroads that Mr.
B1rady Lasn had (uottra'ts on nighit be
ilnllationeaul the great ('hicago d& lur
liington & t(utney, Chicago & North
Swest,tern, Illinois Central, Burlington,
('edar Rlaplds & Northern, t(incinnuati
Mouthertn, and our ownl Northern
"'twijle, on which lhe has done work
calling forth the aladmiration of every
Iosdy. Aside frotm all theste contracts,
Mr. Brad i witl his father, who was a
man of aiiltv, has built many niles of
the (irand 'lrunk railway of Canada.
And as a good careful contractor he
standis without a peer in the comaanmu
lchtool books at Coltnle' It
All kinds o- f hot drinks to uilt all
Sweather and taI.te artistitalti ll alln
poundel.d at the Ki'g saloon. If
T. ('. Lindley, Utulialea, Wis.; J. R.
iD. JLMcleilan, (ileome, Ont.; Mi,,
Jenniie E. Tuslli, l'owd5er River ; M.
Mle'Clarn. a eattlelllan, and wife,
I'Powder Rlver; S. II. Hlatings. uand
wife, St. Paul ; Jamaes Hlustings, St.
Paul; 4 gorge Hastings,g St. Paul
aSamuel HIatings, St. P'aul; Hank
,cird, Missourl; E. J. M.eClilttck,
Missouri; H. F. MeNair, O'Fullon;
('|has. W. Bennett, Detnrolt; Ed. W.
Ht:ulln, Detroit ; Stmith Ogden, Pitta
burgh, I'La.; John D. M)cDonald, Thor
ahI : M. E. ('anmltwell, Mtrathroy, Out.;
F. '. Lindrlcy, Penwaukee ; C. C'.
E. A. lonehiae, (ilendive; John
Hautz, St. Cloud, Minn.; Louis Loven,
Montana; (4eortge Adams, Butte City; ;
SWml. MeBiride, Montana; Jaules Me
Bride, Monltalna; MaU Gettsa, Hose
man ; (. E. Worst, Montana; (. E.
,sWaldron, Musk'egon, Mich.; (leorge
AdaIms; Montanal; James Somers,
lolntnls; John lrady, Billings.
Hugh McL aughlin, Montana; M.
MeJGee, Montana; 1). G. Tagglnas,
'Montanla; WVnl. J. Fish, Hweeney
C'reek ; John Turner, Little Misourl ;
A. K. Yerkes, Hlazeman; A. H. Bell,
WaVhitgton, D. C'.; A. C. William.,
MIoutauna; I). H. Ihay, Bisnark; E. H.
Elliswo, (lendive; E. P. Mlorrison,
(erisndive; C. M. ellterlhn, Billings;
C. Douglaree, Montania; A. H. Brou
and, Moantanla ; A. L. Jacobs, Molt
tana, Philip Brady, Montana.
e.hlool lIsoxk* at ('onuIs' It
Jlon.$trieitel o*e Ined the Ulan Hll
.n ntighlt of NoV.1 .and furnished nalusie
and refi'resull'inlsn. The UI'ion Hail In
litledt with a very nice Iar alnd lunch
coullllter, aIdl hIs an line lilllrd land
IKhI table,. ill.
A. K. Yerkes, Izov.eiuan, i, at the
I). II. lDay. Ilirmarek, registers at
the In ter-O)eani.
S. II. Hastinlgs, of St. Paul, togethaer
with Airs large Idiiily, are lu the city,
and ut the (;rand (Central.
M1. Mc('lareu. u wealthy ettl ownller
in this vicinit'y, iS in the city, anid
iquartired at tl, (irand Central.
Major Luyt,,l, 5th ilnafrntry, arrivedl
tfroml tlhe eat iaturdaiy evenling, 1and
reported for duty at Fort Keogh.
IReceiver ('. II. Gould, of the United
MtaItei land ottlee, l.st ye.tcrduy t)r Mt.
'liaul and Chicagio, to he ul.seu z, few
c.au. (etts, a:.cnt for thie (;ihnore -&
Mal.lliSury tstage lille. IL iI tihe ConIunler
jcial. lie relin tss everythling alsvi11g
uicely all aolag the line.
Time very wellcure C(apt. Butler, of
Ft. KeIo<( , waw in the city yesterday.
"('alt. Blutter ha lonlg been ini our
nliist, alll is very popular with our
Jolln ruadly, brother to our lpopulur
Philip 6r.aluy, il in the city. Mr.
Brady, like Ilwi brother, is an atthtle
geitlemiallli, lnpo.ular with all Lie collies
Iii conltatL WItl.
Ik.!llett aund Hanlon, menmber of
the Detroit ianbloall club, are lln the
city, quurtured at the Grand Central ad
guest ,of' the lA'Hoy boys, aidl intend
goilig on u hunting exped.ition in a
I Ltw days.
Aaron II. lell, the new operator of
the mlilitary teihgrph station, arrived
oni Munlliay anlll awaulned the duties of
his oultice yesterday uorning. Mr.
IeII in a young uman o'f much exper
iene anl d earriks with him years of
exlperience i his neaw ield. He is a
v.auablde awclusiUton to Miles City, and
will doubtless make mnany Irienud
Slamong our people.
Mi1s Fannie French will give an
other of the grand sodal holes Lo-night,
at her residence on Mldge street, opi
puolmte Kough, the talor. This house
thas in coutnectlon severat ganing
tables whelL tslwe who are weary of
skipplhlg the light iatea tl Ilnvest
their wealth by "bueking .the tiger."
.on't forget to call this evening. It
Do not ias the Kegl iloo without
drlppng iu for a ales drank of od
liquor oer a se elga;. It
School books at Combs' It
sao W. ngI6r.
Sead your address to this ollee, or
address J. W. Bagley, (Gnrover, Brad
ford cotmnty, 'ennsylvania, who hais
important inlbrnatlion to communi
A ar wd of nall kinds ofheatiung and
cooking stovte have just beena reelived
at lBurhligh's mammoth store. Now Is
the time to call while the st.ck is conl
Now on hand twenty-tive of the new
light running Ikhmlctie sewing rna
helui., IMe.ial tenrmn and prices forI
the next fifteen day..
18ti M[L.Ftr & MTREVEIL. .
For a tine drink or the Ibeet cigar in
the city, go to Mlidamlln (;ret.i's, c.rner
of lainll and sixthll trtet. Attentive
waiters are always at hand to serve
drinks on short noticew.Op clday and
night. - l;tf.
For the next thirty dayvs, I will sell
diamlon.is, gold uand siiver watches,
chulais, rings, d&c., for cost.
14tf. S. Asn.nF:y.
& Van GASKEN
Wholkqak. and Retail
main Street. iles City.
Always on hand a Choice Feletllon of
Beef, Mutton & Pork
All. KIND.S OF
Game in Season.
rlFpecial Attention Given t Orders for Private
Under 1st Nat. Bank.
Carter & Ly , Props.
inest mad Largest Stock of
Liquors and Cigars
IN THE CITY.
OYS TE R S
IN BULK OR COOKED
In Every Style a specialty.
Wholesale and Retail,
Satisfaction is Guaranteed.
Everything Fresh, Neat and Nice. 'he Toni.rt
'lace iu 'luan. .U
John @1 d usa. Jaa. H. ('~urman.
OWENS A. COLEMA,
KEEP ON HAND
The Best Whiskies
Wines and Cigars,
Or Mixed Drinks
K Trot SY.
ALL KIND/ OF
1! ownMS A O@LUMAN, Peep."
GTIE & W,
Whelsa anl Retail
Main H(treet, Mil C ('ity.
FOR FORT KEOGH.
,1e harr alwa)" on hand a Iarlg. sulat. ,f
Pork and Veal.
And batinK ra.uclly added a large
We ran furnish a Ame artl le of
8i')rderum for Hotela and Pritn t famaulhr. wll
frlci 0e our spa sl Satention. *, rr prim ar r..
WI B, ANDDEWS & CO,
MAIN UTREET. MIIES CITY.
FINEST DEll STORE IN M. T.
ALl., O(' DRII .G AtE
FRESH AND PURE.
Carefully Compounded Lay or Night.
CIGARS, FANCY GOODS.
S FOR LADIIE AND 09MT.L KlN.
OBe ad ..sIwimo Rooms of f
I. A .L V. .