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I- a^ ^ ,JL .^^Sunday, November 19, 1881.
TheDAILY JOUK.VALcaa he pnenrM e-rerr^1 . mnc from ft cwp* of efflcient newsboys on imp^*i i-htu or at our 1 - mm i ng rooms.
(lit:Kill, tinnier of Palmer aad^Kre.^ .^m . ..^^-^ at 11 a ^ ami ^;.^-^ P.M.^^ rrj -undav. Stindsx school al Hi a. ^. t'iliaens^snd olraafer* cordially inritud.
HIT,II, I). IKrwsitV. Tutor.
SVeundeniUu4 that Fred Hill has^purchased Charlie ^ Jarrett's interest iu^the fruit aad sou feet kmery business^and that he will run it alone hereafter.
Personsdesiring a copy of the first^directory of Miles City can procure^tlir Kline I^^^ application at thcJorK-^HAL 1 ^minting room. Price, per single^copy, $S.^0
CATHOLICCttUKCH,^Tenth. Rce. I.indcsniith, 1 ^^^^.
EPISCOPALCHl ltl H, Re*. Horafall pastor.^otrriCM at * r. H., orrr (i r^hain^ store.
PRKSUYTKKIAKCHUlU'lt. Srrrirm will b* I^ber* in I lie ^^..^^ bml.imr. of J. J. Ilraham's |^Miln Mrwt. neftr J^dssai. ^flic Prr-ae-hlitf at I^!U. M. Sabbat b. sehwol at 10 a. a. Clttaaaa and I^^ 1 ji . 1 - cordially iu^iud.
K.P. Lis* KM.. Kaator.
JimOonly reports that the Hunter^Hot Spring;* are the liettt tiling of the^! k.nd in the west. While there he wit-^1 nesacd Home wonderful cures eltected
Mainstreet corner of | 0f rheumatism.
Arrivaland Departure of Mailt.
Fatienimail cl^^*e# at - o'clock p. in.^Western mall clones at o:;!0 p. in^Eastern mail arrives at :t-.^tp ni^Western mail an ires at Mi p. ai.
CHIT-CHATOF THE STREETS.
TheMadam (ireen sahsm is closed.
Thechurches will be well attended^to-day.
The^eisin^ dances were well patron^^ized ami very noisy lust nhcht.
Thehardware men report increased^sale* ami ^ heavy demand for skates.
Sehoolmeeting Monday night at the^trustees office in the JoritNAl, build^^ing.
OperatorFilbert informs us that the^air is full of electricity of late, so^much so that it often Interfere* w ith^the working of the electric batteries at^the telegraph ofljce.
JamesHasliroitck, our O'Leary, has^been taking in the sights of the akut-^ing rink for the |wst week. Jim is a^if rent skater, though he often does^the most of it on his hack.
Custer^Faust, Miles City's favorite^Ixnitiilaek, was rustling around the city^last evening selling tickets for a grand^prize drawing of a nickle plated watch
Iwhich he is trying lo UfW of.
Morrison,the painter, is hard at^work since he returned from a orofita-^lile trip up the Yellowstone. His first^joh since his return is the fine lettering^: at Carter ^ Lj nil's Oyster Oeean.
JoeIVimell returned yesterday from^i Glendlve, where he has -been suhpu'ii-^: ing witnesses for the Htsr Houte^ease, for the stiuzc line formerly run^hetwccii Fort Keogh and Bismarck.
Mr.George Housler la at the Mer-^chanta.
It.Mason, of Powder river, is at the^Merchants.
J.F. Cooney, Minneapolis, is at the 1^Grand Central.
F.J. Kteel, a railroad man from St. '^Paul, is at the Merchants.
F.1). Jandell, of New MM , Ph 1^T.i is at the 1 liter-Ocean.
Mr.and Mrs. W. It. Norton, of Clen-^dive, are at the Inter-Ocean.
H.Itrown, a railroad man from^Glentlive, is at the Men-hunt.-..
DanielKenton and family, of ltozc-^man, are at the Merchants hotel.
Mr.Charles P.. Garrett, of Washing^^ton, 1). ('., is at the I iritm Central.
SamJohnson and wife, of London,^Ontario, are at the Oram! Central
Davit!and W. K. Johnson,
WhenIn want of oysters cooked In^every style go to the Oyster Ocean,^the hesi place In town to get fresh^oysters.^ ^i30-tf
Thechnrters having arrived, all^iiarter members of Custer Lodge No.^7, L 0. O. F., *re hereby notified to^meet at the sheritr's office, on Monday^evening, Nov. 31, 1KHJ, for the pur|s^*c^of setting the night of institution.^Hy tinierJ. W. Johnson.
AHr.t-^ U*^ Pises.
Thenew Ovstcr Ocean under the ;^First National bank is a grand suc^^cess. LlMf
Acar loud of all kinds of heating and^eiHiking stoves have just been received |^at Burleigh's mammoth store. Now Is I^'he time to call while the stts-k is com^^plete.7tf |
Forthe next thirty days, I will sell^from ' diamonds, gold ami silver watches,
MainStreet, Miles City.
Canada,are sojourning in the city.
SamFardln antl \V. K. Collins, of^Pittsburg, Pa., are at the (irand Ccn-;^tial hotel.
W. It. Outline, of the firm of!^(jutbrie A Ming, returned yesterday^H'tiUI the west.
MissFlauigan, the efficient teacher^in charge of the selnsil at Pumpkin^ereek, is in the city.
H.F. Batchelor, of the steamer^Kcli|Me, is' in this city and enjoying^liM at tne Merchants itolel.
chains,rings, Ac, for cost.^14tf.8. Ashi.kv.
Nowon haml twenty-live of the new^light running Domestic sewing ma^^chines. Special terms antl prices for^the next fifteen day*.
IJ-ttfMilks ^ Stkkvell.
O.McLaughlin, the industrious^blacksmith, la busy from morning till
,^, , ....t. | ^ niiif Hsiiiiin, is ous\ mini inoriiiiii; nil
AftertM.u.rrow ( 0ngregatioi a ser-.^ , ^ , , ^^,^*^^,^
vi.*will probably lie l.eltl in Oould s ; p^mUt Mlfc ,H ^no of ^le (^t horse-
niuj sh(M^rs in the territory, ami he has
(i.A. Merritt hasagain taken charge j proved himself t*^ the public as such,^of the lunch sutn.l at the Union hall I L Vado i(l(,t^K.w,ll(r up
Theban ami girls will he out to-day^in full firroe, enjoying the skating ,
SamLcRoy has sold his house and^lot to Hurhuiui, the photographer, for^a .'nag sum.
PhilBChdy went to Hillings yester^^day to look after some contracting he^is tloing there.
Oneof the large front windows at^the Park saloon wasaceidently broken^a few days since.
Anrw sign announces that Hitter A^Co's., plaee will hereafter Ix- known as^the Chicago house.
At h i nl telegraph wire is to he strung^between St. Paul and Miles City, and^thence to Hillings.
Ktrlcgel'ssaloon now sails under the^combination of the ^I'nion Hall^ and^the ^Farmer's Home.
artof his storeroom lately vacated bv^^athan. tiie bazaar man. The gtssfs^he is placing therein^every res|^ect, ami it^to look over the fine
arecomplete in^is worth a visit^stock lie carries.
Plasterersare at work putting mortar^in between the logs on the south side^of Church's livery stable.
Dr.J. J. YVimmI was called to Forsythe^by special telcirram on Friday, to at^^tend Mrs. It. A. GtKslvear.
Thereis a telegram at the Merchants^hotel for H. L. '\ oung, which he can^obtain by calling at the office.
Theeelehruted Fen ton Family have^lieen engaged for a short MM hy the^CosmoiKilirun theatre managers.
(irady.the young pianist, has gone^to t dentilve, where he has hii engage^^ment to play at Harry Helms' Don-ton^varieties.
Acouple of the demi-monde pum- j^rneled each other yesterday in true
aJaHuDtrank) atyta, on Bridge street.^No arrests.
Hasthe reading room project died^out^ Or is there still some hula's of^establishing one in the near future^^A. K. Baird still holds forth his prom^^ise, antl will donate the one hundred^volumes if some one will make the^start.
Astrange phenomenon was visible^Thursday night in the form of an^electric bar or streak extending across^the heavens from north to south. It^attracted the wondered attention of^all who Mere awake at the time of its^appearance.
Afull bltssled Hereford cow, ini-^itortcd stock, is in the city, having^licen brought here by the well known^cattle men, Hank A Keott. The tow^is now at the livery stable of Ringer A^Johnson, where any one desiring to^gaze on it, can doubtless do ho.
Theyoung fruit tree agent who has^again made his appearance ill our^midst, is noted as quite a lady's man.^It is saitl that he has made a proposal^to all the marriageable ladies iH'tweell^St. Paul to Helena, ami the latest of^his adventures is at the Commercial^hotel, where he is keeping close eases^on one of the attaches of the house in^spite of one of the famous Miles City^^ s|sirts, who is sailing in the same^rudderless boat.
FrankStrout returned to-day from a^trip to Powder river ami vicinity.^He will open up his stock of watches^j and jewelry on Monday. It.
Poultryand fresh oysters at Bran-^denburg'A VauUaskiu's meat market.
K.W. direst, of Pittsburg, the great^smoky city ol the Keystone stale, is in^the city and slopping at tile (irund^Central.
Msssrs.Wni. Field and It. E. Me-^rjttifk, connected with the mail ser^^vice on tlie.N. P. it. It., are at the^liiter-Oeean.
Mr.Frank M. Strout, the Miles City^jeweler, has returned from his trip u*p^the country, and will be on deck lor^business this morning.
Mr.Charles J. Rosenberg, all the^way from Philadelphia, is in the city.^He arrived uu yesterday's train troin^the east, and is quartered at the Inter-^Ocean hotel.
S.M. Miller, of Colorado, a brother^of Lieut. Miller, of Fort Keogh, came^in yesterday, and visits the post to-Uay.^lb is is his lirst trip to .Montana, and^thus iar he is favorably impressed.
Mr.John W. Bruner came in from^Billings yesterday. In company with^some Pontine, Ills., gentlemen, lie has^formed a company and they intend^going into tin-cattle business in Custer^county, with headquarter.- at alllw^City.
P.CI. Whltlawk, who is one of the^old pioneers ot this country ami a resi^^dent ot Fort Keogh, will leave shortly^witli his family lor Clovcrdale, Kits',^I where he intenus to finish his days iu^quietude and luxury.
W.H. Wisuer, of the Northern l'a-^citte luissenger department, lett the^city yesterday for tlie east. Mr. YYw-^iitrisavvry competent railroad offi^^cial, ami ha.- made many friends dur^^ing Ins short visit to tin's city.
L.Taylor, superintendent in charge^of the Northern Pucific town sites, was^in town yesterday, and made a pleas^^ant call at this ofiice. He left on the^eastern train yesterday for Mb Paul.^During his visit here he was greatly^pleased with the prospects ot Miles^City, and sjMike of our nourishing town^as -having a great and glorioua future^before it.
Webare ^ ^.^^^ on hand a Large Supplv of
Sinnii Basinski has a new cutteroii^the road, ft was made to order in^Syracuse, the salt center of the great^em pi re state.
Thest'-am organ at the Drover house^saloon is being repaired and will soon^again, as iu day* of yore, begin to sing^its tuneful lay.
No|iaper to-morrow (Monday) but^the cHrrier will not fail to be around^after his wealth, rain or shine. Please
The(Hud Central management^claim they will spread the finest din^^ner of the season to-morrow, turkey,^chicken, etc., predominating.
Mr.S. M. Miller, from Leudvillc, the^great cariiouate Cnmp of the ^ 'entennial^shite, arrived in |he sity yesterday, and^is registered at the Inter-Ocean.
Theparty that plays stud at the^Commercial are all railroad contractors^ami possess too much wealth for a^newspaper man to size up against.
Thetime of Judge Walker was taken^hN all yesterday afternoon listeniiilng^to the testimony of witnesses in a case^where a man was charged with slutt^^ing a nurse.
JudgeJno. Bowcn, local land agent^of tin Northern Pacific railroad, leaves^for Livingston this work. After his^departure, parties paying for city lots^will deal directly with the St. Paul^office.
Ifthe party who took the scissors^anil lady's hood, will return the same^to Kit tie'- salts ^iif no questions will la-^asked. It
Col.C. H. Could, the receiver at the^land office iu this city, is now in the^east. He recently at tended a dramatic^performance at the St. Paul opera^house, and in w riting a friend makes^use of the following: ^It is only in the^best Creek gems on the silver coins of^Syracuse, or among the marble figures^ol'tin- Parthenon frieze that one can^find the itleal representation of the^marvelous beauty of that lace which 1^saw on t lo-stage la-l night.
Poultryand fresh oysters at Bran^^denburg A \ aid iaskin s incut market.
Weather-tripsof all kinds and pat^^terns at
Si(J. Basinhki A Buns.
Isthe name of the new first-class^oyster house recently opened under
theFirst National bank.
Episcopalservices will Is^ held nt^halt past two this afternoon in the hall^over J. J. Oraham's store. A cordial^invitation is extemltsl to all to alb ml.
JanitatH. Pawers, a former Miles^City contractor and builder, has shaken^the Maginuis dust oil' his lssits, ami^returned yeaU-rday, with the avowed^intention, never to go on any more^mining stampedes.
lo not pa-* the Keg saloon without^dropping iu for a nice drink of good^liquor or a fine cigar. 1-tf
Larg*Fir* nt Merrill
Atelegram reached the JoI'k.nai,^office last night, conveying the intelli^^gence that a fire broke out yesterday^at Merrill, entirely destroying the^depot, express and telegraph offices,
ANarrow Escape Krum Fire.
Whatpromised at one time to I.en^very serious lire, occurred in a room of^the old Belle I nioii theatre on I'ark^street yesterday. It seems that ashes'^had been taken from a stove ..m! care-^lesnly thrown into a wooden box^which wan in the room. The occupant^oftherisim being culled Hwity, noth^^ing was thought of the ushes, until '^smoke was seen coming out through^the cracks in the door. I'pon investi^^gation, the door was opened and it was^ion in I that (he ashes hud burned^through the Imix and through the fitsir,^ami was beginning to be quite a lively^fire, one of the |mrtiiious having ;^| caught on fire. Water was promptly^' brought to the scene of the eontlagru- '^tion ami promptly applied,extinguish- ,^ing the flames. Had the fire been mi- j^discovered a few minutes longer, it is i^probable that the entire block would '^have been destroyed, entailing a loss^of a quarter of a million dollars.
Freshoysters ctaiked In every style ,^at the new Oyster Ocean under First i^National hank. -^o-tf
Allkinds tif heating and cooking^stoves, at Burleigh's. 7tf.
Thitnew anil renirallr loeatnl Hotel Ice been^npeneii In the putjIK' for lm^ine^
TableUnexcelled W.B.ANDREWS ^ CO.
AmihavniK remitW .nl U i) % IBM
Wecan furnii-h a fine artiile of
^-Ordersf.,r lintel* and l^rirate families wilt^rnviTe our njietial attention, lairprleen are rea^^sonable. 24
Areanions; the many ailvantafet nfTrre.1 to the^patrons of this house. S!
Under1st Nat. Bank.
,^ e amither of her famous arid Isiia-^ti-NM fandaniroe* last nUrht, at which
he tsnaJ ^mount'of drunken fight*
^ cUTTtsJ. '^Yeiluw Hammer ' was*, a^. romlnent participant Iu the fistlvl-^l.es uf the evt nlng.
TheMiles (,'lly Directory can I* had^hy application at this olTice. It is a^neatly-bound, well-printed lss^k, con-^taing the history of Miles City from^its inception up to the present day,^| antl gives a full Mid complete tlcacri|^-^tugether with all their content*, ex-1 tlon of the Yellowstone valley, also^ceptlng a little express matter. The I t\w minus anil business of every'person
Mr^ Lynn, Props.
Finestand Largest Stock of
OarefullrCompounded Day or Night.
DR.A. C. 8IRARD, U. S. A.
Ha.his oftec in our fttorr, wher* he run ^^ cull-^suited at any hour alter i p. as.
telegraphinstruments were burned up.^Iioseman merchant* suffered heavily.^Their losses will exceed ten thousand^dollars, on which there is no insurance.^Mi. J. W.sjinith is a sutlenr to the^extent of four thousand dollars. The^origin-of tke tlrt Is still a mystery, as^only the above meagre Information^has Isfii received.
inour pri^tjs*rous city, making it a ,^valuable Issik of reference alike to our 1^business men and those contemplating^investing or moving into our midst.^1'rice, *3.
Allkinds of hot drinks to suit all^weather and taste* itrtisilcally com^^pounded at the Keg saloon. Uf
IXBULK OK COOKKI)^In Kverj Htyle a 8pceialty.
KrrrrthlnfTtm\^, rtral *ni Kits).^I'laer in Tow*.
CIOARS,FANCY OOODS,^BOTTLE CORDIALS,
ItKM KM HI'I; THE PLACK :
W.B.Andrews ^ Co.