~*Ta DAILY JOCRNAL can be procured ewiry^.'ralng from a ci^rpa 01 r:M. iomi n^ ajboy. un thv^MM at ^^T MM| ri^'in^.
BAPTWTCatKCH, Comer of F^lin^r and^Tenth (MM. .Srvicea at U A.M and 7.10 r.K.^j- orj MB***. hull.fry Schoul at 10 A. M. CHiaana^ladtHniMi c^irdi^lt^ invited.
* ^ lt^:v. li. 1). pownet, Vaator.
CATHOLICCUl i;i 11, Main 8tn^t corner ^f^Tetilh. Uev. Mndcamitu, I'aMvr.
ErWOM'ALnil'KOH. Kcv. IlonfaJI putor.^Harriet* at 8 r. M . over unlum- ^ture.
PUrWBYTfcKlANCIll'KCH. fcrrjaaj will be^beld iu tbi- an luikiing ol J. J.tjrahaiu ^^Main tOcutt. near JovitNll .a. ^^ ('reaching at^U i. iiabbat br^^ Iiik^I at 10 a. n. f ttiaena aud^k'langvrt cordially invited.
'K. P. Linmcll. Paator.
ItobertAmu, of Moume, Michigan,^who arriveii berv a few davit ago, eon-^template* inventing in Miles city^property, lie iiiMiM.t'ted all the towns^along the Northern Pacific railroad,^nnd given our city the preference over^all other*!, showing him to be a mini of^excellent judgment.
TheCommercial house presents an^advertisement in to-day's pa|^er. The^Commercial is one of the tttaud-bya of^the inetmpolis aud lias been here since^the town was an infant, and with the^wonderful stridin of progress which^the city has made bus always kept up^to the mark.
Arrivaland Departure of Mailt.
Xaa'crnmail rhxe* at o'clock p. m.^Wajaajaj mail i l^*^ i^ ut Ml p. ra.^Kaateru mail arrival at ItM p. m.^Weaurn mail arrive al O.JO p. in.
tersetales of the town.
Thevariety theatre at Gleutiive is to^n'-opened again in 11 few daytt.
FredRotiilii.-i lias the contract for^the woodlw. rk on the Congregational^^hureb.
Theladies of the Baptist society are^looking forw ard to u sociable at au^t.arly day.
Thecounty commissioners should at^once take sti j^s to select u proper place^for a cemetery.
Theladii-s of the Haptist church will^give au old-faslnoiusl -upper at their^social on Tliuixliiy, November i'Jnl.
Theyouicr, men's social club gave a^a ^cial last evening iu Gould'* hull,^which was enjoyed by those iu atteud-^cuce.
TheMiles City Directory can lie had j^by application at this office. It is a^neatly-bound, well-printed book, eon- j^taing (lie history of Miles City from^its inception up to the present day.^ami gives a full and complete dose rip- ;^tinn of the Yellowstone valley, also^the mimes iimi business of everv eojeaa j^in our prosperous city, making it a j^valuable Isnik of reference alike to our j^business men and those contemplating^inventing or moving into our midst.^Prioe, $3.
Grandmasquerade ball to-night at^the Cosmopolitan. It
Hath*at Ford's barlier shop. 25tf
Isthe name of the new flrat-class^ovster house recently opened under^the First National bunk.un ti
iDr. John (J. Lee, of Philadelphia,^i and who will be remembered as visit-^I ing Miles City, a few months ago, bus^j sent to this office a copy of his new^, hand book for coroners, containing n^, digest of all the laws in thethirty-cight^i states of the Union, together with^valuable hints to coroners and physi-^! cinns in post mortem examinations.^! It is an ably written volume, and will^i doubt le- meet with a large sale.
PostmasterN. Borchiirdt erected a^set of scales in his store yesterday to^weigh candy ami other sweet things^.'or the ladies.
II.Goodhue, a partner of George^Bntj for tiie Geneva. N. Y. Nursery of^W. A T. Smith, is in the city and stop^^ping at the (.rand Central.
FrankCanton, a cattle detective of^this stock district, was elected sheriff^bv the democrats in Johnson county,^Wyoming, at the recent election.
Thewoods is full of them^prairie^chickens- waitimr to lw shot, und yet^our yoiin^ IpnruMg men had rather^hboot at gTa^* balls than kill them.
Personsdesiring a copy of the first^directory of Miles City can procure^the Mime by application at the Jol'K-^KAL counting room. Price, per single^copy, fcktNJ
N.Nutlinn has removed his stock of^notion* and fancy good* from Nado's^rt-Te to tlM building adjoining the^;s^stofflcc, where he will keep a full^stock of goods iii store.
Morrison,the sign artist, returned^yesterday from a trip up the Yellow-^rlonc, where he has been painting^signsfor tin' numerus business men
...I v, ecu here and Ho/email.
Grundmasquerade bull to-night at^1 the Cosmopolitan. It
Bathsat Ford's barber shop. 2otf
Allkinds of hot drinks to suit all^J weather and tastes artistically coni-^' pounded at the Keg saloon. Itf
Thelectin at the local Baptist^^liuivh announced tor next Sunday^evening will be |Histpcned, ami Uev.^\V. W. Van An b I, the missionary of^the M. E. church, will pnach instead.
tb-orgeHyde, the bilking bunker,^writes olio of our citizens anil says that^he will explain his pMUHaf conduct^later. Probal.iy Df, litxlm-andMMl^others will feel slightly relieved from^^heir su*|k-lise.
I'eterM^ c i^ s:.iil to be the finest^^tutoron tiie iei-. TheM moonlight^nights the ladi. s like to skate with^^lit.i while the gentlemen enjoy seeing^him turn hand-prints and write his^name on the ice.
Mamma;what was it, a charity^hull^ I don't know my child, your^papa had no invitation, though he^represents the oldest and best paper in^the Yellowstone valley. Why mamma!^He don't dance, and I think, my^child, they were afraid be would take^the mountain fever. Do people often^take the mountain fever at dances,^mamma^ No my dear, but your papa^is subject to it.
(irandmasquerade ball to-night at^the Cosmopolitan. It
Bathsat Ford's barber shop. 'S^lf
Thenew Oyster Ocean under the^First National bank is a grand suc^^cess. iSStf
RanchmanGutrusoll, of Tongue^river, has presented this office with^one of the beautiful medals struck off'^to commemorate the Penn Bi-Centen-^nial, which was held in Philadelphia^recently. The medal in question is^about the size of a gold dollar, with a^tine likeness of William PMB OB MO^side, and on the reverse is the Lord's^Prayt r entire. It is the nearest thing^in this office to a bible, ami our devil^will, we hope, in time master the re^^verse.
JamesSu-plu^itaan perry Itobinsou^ir the iiumc of the new night clerk,^the gut cessor ol Wess. Morris, at the^Commercial. He is an accommodating^sort of a fellow and knows bow to^serve up port wine on short mitiire.
TheMerchatis hotel has jum|ied into^popularity troin the very start, und^James K^ .-cbrough, the proprietor, is a^popular land lord. All the old Black^HUla ls^ys have evidently renieinlH-rcd^him, as they all make their head^^quarter- at t!ic Merchants.
Sometrouble o^-cured yesterday in a^Park street saloon, between u man and^woman, (ho latter claiming to have^been rolihed of a diamond ring. Hagh^words p.l^S(il Is tweeii theni, the WOs
imbouttinghervlotwj illnlly with
aknife, for which officer King arresti tl^her.
Thelull lately presented to the^Episcopal eongri^gatinii hits arrived,^and the seats will DC put in place early^next w^.H-k. Ib-v. Ilorstull tillers to^marry tin lirst ^topic when the church^in finished (ree of charge. Bustle for^a girl, hflya, a,id visit tiie MW chapel^early.
JowphMiner Is erecting a new^iHilldlng on I be corner of l'alm ^r and^Hixth stretts. This is amove in the^right dlrwction. Mr. Miner's fumily^nrrivcil a few months ag^^ from Fort^Hcott, Kanaog, and he need* inure^fOOto thltn he tlitl when a grass w id^^ower.^
JimOmly, the jailer, who has spent^the past un nth at Hunter's Hot^Hprlngs, returned home yesterday,^lie h i- ban there doctoring for rheu-^mhibm, and rolurtis a happier and^healthier man. Jim will from now on^keep a ebsu eye over the men ut the^jail.
(irandmasquerade ball to-night at^the ( oslnopolitan. It
Bathsat Ford's barber shop. ^^^tf
Weatherstrips ol all kinds and pat^^terns at
SttfJ. Basinski A Bkoh.
^JustHefure the Battle.
BertBlake, the pilot of thcGlendive^I'rrtm, is a great financier evidently.^So much so that he has induced the^Northern Pacific company to give him^an annual puss over their road. But^Blake olllv uses it between t ilelulive^and Miles, und he uses it often. When^he comes tip here, which is hut four^times a week, he registers at the Com^^mercial, where, rumor has it, he bus^succumbed to the winning smiles of^oneofiheludy Uiunlers of the house.^The Thin * says Blake is building a^dugout down there, while ut this end^the young lady in question says she^expifts to reside ill (ilcndive this^winter, und to a man up a tree it look^^as if Burdick. the partner of Blake,^will lie compelled to sleep alone during^all the cold wintry niglits to come.^The wedding cake is iu the oven.
brandsof liquor* ut Keg^1-tf
Ford'sburbcr shop is now fitted up^) w ith the finest hot and cold baths In^! the city. When in nci-d of a refresh-^, ing bath try them. Htf
, Fannie French will give another^dance on Saturday evening at the^saloon oppislte KcogTr; the tailors.^' Several gaming tables have OOOH placed^j in the sample room, where those who^I wish, can invest their wealth. All are^invited. mmt
Niw on hand twcnty-tlveof the new^light running Boincsth- sewing ma-^chines, S|Ms-ial terms ami prices for^the next tifUn-ii days.
IfhTM i t.Ks A Strkvrli..
I^o not pass the Keg sulmm without^dropping in for a nice dunk of gtssi^liquor or a line cigar. 1-tf
Forthe next thirty days, I will sell^diamond*, gold and silver watches,^chains, rings, Ac., for cost.
MiltonRussell was able to ait up
M.A. Adams, of Powder river, is at^the Inter-Ocean.
LosMcTeellon, of Salmon City, is at^the inter-Ocean.
Geo.R. Tingle, county clerk of^Duwson county, is in town.
F.Johnson, of Bismarck, is in the^city. He arrived yesterday.
NedLome and Morris Cahn, started^for Billings on yesterday's train.
Mr.J. Burned, a Millings merchant,^is iu town quartered ut the Grand^Central.
DavidLelicher 1* bark from his^sheep ranch, looking the town over^and drinking hard cider.
BertBlake, of the l'rsut, (ilcndive,^returned to bis home yesterday, having^remained hut one day with us.
TheWilliams Bros, of St. Thomas,^Canada, who are at the (irand Cen^^tral, contemplate a hunting expedition^in a few days.
(apt. Paul McCormlck aud Z. H.^Daniels, two old timers on the Yellow^^stone, left on yesterday's train for^Junction City.
L.D. Master and A. Stogger. both^of Fort Maginuis, are iu the city,^having lurived yesterday. They are^ut the Commercial.
W.K. Bussed, the brother of James^I). Bussed, recently murdered at Bill^^ings, left for hi* home thi* morning by^private conveyance.
H.(ioodhue.a nurseryman of Atchi^^son, Kansas, came in on the train^from the east yesterday und registered^ut the (irand Central.
J.S. McGirk, an extensive stock^raiser of Tongue river, is in the city at^the Merchants. Mr. G. hu/ about^.i.oiMi sheep on his range.
Messrs.James McKenna ami Will^Goodrich, Of Chicago, are at the (irand^Central. They eonteinplele killing a^huttalo and then returning to their^honics satisfied.
W.H. Wisiier, the able assistant to^QeaersJ l'asseuger Agent Barnes at^St. Paul, arrived in tiie city yesterday,^ami is at the (irand Central. He con^^templates remaining with us several^days bclore returning eastward.
CharlesJ. Wood, a merchant of^Deliver, Colorado, is iu the city,^having arrived on yesterday's train.^He contemplates investing in Miles^City, being favorably impressed with^its business like appearance ami real^merit.
JamesDavis, the boomer of Northern^Pacific towuH, is in the city still. He^has ^caught on,^ ami in the next issue^of the Ji'tiliray Journal Miles ( ity and^her enterprising citizens will Ik- repre^^sented iu a page. He leaves for St.^Paul to-day.
Thecharters having arrived, ull^charter members of Custer Lodge No.^7, I. O. O. F., are hereby untitled to^meet at the sheriff's office, on Monday^evening, Nov. M, lHhj, torthepurpoajaj^of setting the night of institution.
BvorderJ. W. Jo:: - x.
Whenin want of oysters ctsiked in^every style go to the Oyster Ocean,^the best place in town 'to get trcsh^oysters. Bhtf
Bathsat Ford's burlier shop. fJhf
Acar load of ail kindsof heatingand^cooking stoves have just been received^ut Burleigh's mammoth store. Now is^the time to call w hile the stock is com^^plete. 7tt
W.K. Russell, brother 01 J. D. Bus-^sell, kill.-l by Mi Arthur, now in the^city jail, was in the city yesterday,^having returned from Bihings. He ha*^with MM clippiug* fmm various^newspapers giving his brother an ex^^cellent reputation as a quiet ami^pOMaahte citizen, who would be the^lust man iu the world to pic t u MMl*^re I with any one. In conversation ^^with leading men of Billings, he \
;claims the murder wa* condemned i s^a cold-blooded and unprovoked affair.^Mr. Busscll also eh ii in- his brother
'm-ver curried a gun in hi* life. He^leaves this morning for DeMtWOod by-^private conveyance.
Stove*i Mtoveel^All kinds of heating and cisiking^stoves, at Burleigh's. 7tf.
Freshoysters cooked in every style^at the MOW Oyster Ocean under First^National Uink. _D-tf
Thlinew and crntralljr located Hotel hu hren^^MM J M (he pulilic for butlnfe*
MuinStreet, Miles City.
TableUnexcelled Beef, Mutton,
Wehate alwa)^ en band a Large -iipjly ^f
Andhaving recently added ^ Linje
Ar.-among th^ many advantage* olfi-red t.. the^patrons of thi^ houM-. -7
Weem furnuh a linn article of
art'Ordct*for lt'.t.-l^ and Private familio ^ill^r. i l ive our ^|^. ial alii titiuii. U^r ptitm are it*.^soiiai.l.-.
W.B. ANDREWS ^ CO.
oppositefirst nat. bank. Medicines,
CommSMen. Fancy ArticleS
Board$7 a ^Week.
^0mlm' onnet lion with th^ Uuu^c. ^ l]* t\^Iy ftii'l night. ^7
CarefullyCompounded Day or Jtiflit.
Under1st Nat. Bank. dr. a. c. girard, u. s. a.
Carter1 In Projs.
HatMl ofllce in our .tore, wli. re lie can l^ cuu-^t.-l at any hour after A p. n^.
fmmand Largest Stock of | FINE LIQUOR3.
mm| gmmCIGARS, FANCY GOODS,
Wherealways may be found the
CIGARSIN THE CITY.
MlirdDrink, a Specialty. ' ^]^^ n I'ay an.I night.^Keuiemutr the ^fnug.^ 'J6
KKMFMHKKTHI I'LACE :
Wholesaleand RetaU. w g AnfJrews ^ Co.
IXHULK OS (OOKKD^In Reajf Hty\r a Bi*nialty.
KrenrtHnrFrch, Neat and Nice. Tb^ Tonie^t^riacc in 1 ^ wa. *J
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