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Arrival and Departure of.Milh.
Ea~sn. ima chma .4l~ orccp. m.Ly
ertu mail close. at :'clc p. -.
mrnwra mall aarrived :am. a.
Weares mall ariwes: 90D p. m.
The Madam Green akmon is closed.
TheTab uheas will be well attended
The "coon" dances were well patron
ized and very noiny labt night.
The hardware men report inereaed
lsals and a heavy demand for skates.
efhool imeeting Monday night at the
trustees ofmce iu the Jos'RNsL build
After to-mourrow, Congregational er
vice will probably be held in Could's
(i. A. Merritt haa again taken charge
of the lunch stand at the Union hall
The boys and girls will he out to-day
in itU hroe, eajoying the skatl.g
.Iam LeRoy ame sold bl Ihosem and
lot to Hufiuan, the photographer, for
a ,nug sum.
Phil Brdly went to Bfllhnp yveter.
clay to look after some contracting he,
is doing there.
One of the large front windows at
the Park saloon wasaecidently broken
a few days mina.
A new slgn announces that Rliter &
f(o's., place will hereafter be known as
the Chicago house.
A third tlegraph wire is to be strung
between tt. Pasusaud Miles City, and
thence to Rillings.
tritegel's asloon now asilo under the
comblnatlon of the "Union Hall" and
the "Fanner's Home."
Plasterers are at work putting mortar
in between the klgs on the south side
of Church's livery stable.
Dr. J. J. Woad was called to Forsythe
by special telegram on Friday, to at
tend Mrs. R. A. Goodyear.
There is a telegram at the Merchants
hotel f,'r FH. I. Young, which hie an
obtain by calling at the otaee.
The celebrated Fenton Family have
been engaged for a short seasen by the
Commopolitan theatre amanagers.
Grady, the young planist, has gone
to ilendive, where he has an engage
ment to play at Harry Helms' Bon-ton
A couple of the denil-monde pum
meled each other yewterday In true
<da Mullivanic style, oUn Bridge atreet.
limon Baauikil has a new cutter ou
the nrol. It wai made to order i I
Syrmuwe, the wit center of the great
emrpi re stsate.
The stcam organ at the Drover house
hsalaoII in Ibing repairedl lid will imon
again, as i, days of yore, begin to sing
Its tunetul lay.
No papir t-mnorrow (Monday) but
tie carrier will not fall to be around
after his wealth, rain or shine. Pleame
don't forgeL It.
The Grand u entral management
claiils they will spread the finet din-i
ser fl the seaon to-morrow, turkey, I
chicken, etc., predominating.
Mr. 8. M. Miller, from Leadvllle, the
great arIousateta.pofthIe Centennial
state, arrived in the lty yutcerday, and
Ia registerd at the Inter-O.<an.
The lefy that plays stud at the
(.nimerolal are all railrrwd contractorh
and p(rem too much wealth for a
newal.aper man to lse up agalnst.
The time f Jedge Walker was taken
ip sll yeSterday afternmoo listellninlg
to tle teatimony of witneaat In I came
where a mau we charged with rhoot
ing a holMe.
Ju<gej Jin. Bowen, local land agent
of theelmek.e Pdlfi railread leaver
for lvtap.toa this week. Ater his
dernor%=7mc le ON'-lg for city kloa
w11 tddf diMnly with the t. PMrl
Jume H. Pwen, a. former Mile
City o-matamdad Marm hd assrhaken
the Maglast dust off his iootn, and
nrturMsd yLurday, with the avowed
littei'ma, wever to go on any more
'he "eaoe qam," Annie Tuaer,
.y M (e hr o r Arnaum and bolwe
rq J". .4 S ý
and that he will run It h.lreafte.
Peri&s ga copy of the lst
directory of Miles City can procure
the mine by applieation at the Joua.
SNAL counting Iom. Pries, per single (
Jim o.oaly reports tha n Hauter
Hot Springs are the hust thing of the
kind itn the west. While there he wit
asmed some wonderfali ems efected
Operator Filbert informs us that the
air ie full of elctriclty of late, so
much so that it often Interferer with
the working of the electric batteries at
the telegr ap ce.
James Hasbouck, our O'Leary, has
hern taking In the mights of the skat
ing rink for the past week. Jim in a
great skater, though lie often does
the most of It on his back.
"(uster" Faust, Miles City's favorite
bootblack, was rustlin around the city
last evntnl selling tickets for a grand
prl. drawin of a unlekle plated watch
which he is trying to dispose of.
Morriaon, the painter, is Iard at
work since he returned roma a proita. I
Ile trip up the Yelkswstone. His lst
job stiee Ihis return lathe fine lettering
at Carter & L; nn's Oyster Ocean.
Joe Pennell returned yeterda from
Giledive, where lhe heas b4een su n
Ing witlesew s for the 8tnr ulte
ease, for the 'stage line fonrmerly run
between Fort Keogh and Bismarek.
0. McLaughlin, the industrious t
hlacksmath, e bhuy foinn morning till (
night shoeing horse for hle mnuerous
patrons. Maq Ib one of the best horse
shoers In the territory and he has
proved hjlmelf to the publik a' suc'h.
L. Nado Is stocking up the vacant
art of his storerses lately vaaeted I
athan, the bazaar man. The goods
he is placing therein ame conplete in
every respet, and it Is worth a visit
to look over the line stock he carries.
Has the reading noml project died
aut? Or is there still sme hopes of
establishin one In the near future?
A. Baird still holdi forth his pmrm
ie, and wll donate the one hundred
volumes If mouse one will make the
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A strunge phenmenon was visible
Thursday night in the form of an
elstel t ar or streak eztend(ag serum
the heavens from north to south. It
Sattraeted the wondered attention of
I all who were awake at the time of its
A kll blooded Hereford cow, Im
edbdock, Is In the city, having
b meught here by the well known
attle men, Iank & ientL. The row
s now atthe livery stable of Ringer &
Johnso where any one desiring to
gae on It, can doubtless do mo.
The young fruit tree agent who has
again made his appearance in our
midst, is noted as quite a lady's man.
It Is said that he has nude a proposa
to all the marrageable ladles between
8t. Paul to Helena, and the latest of
his adventures is at the Commercial
hotel, where he ie keeping clkme cases
on one of the attaches of the house in
spite of one of the famous Milen City
sports, who in wutling in the same
Frank Strout returned to-day from a
trip to Powder river and vicinity. I
He will open up his stock of watches
and Jemlry on Monday. It.
Poultry and fresh oyters at Bran
denburg & VaaUaskin ' meat market.
If the party who took the scissorsI
and lsd'"s hood, will return the namen
to Ktle'. maloonpno questions will be
Col. C. H. Gould, the reeeiver at the
land offiee in this city, is now in the
east. He recently attended a dramatic
performance at the St. Paul opera
house, and In writing a friend makes
use of the following: "It is only in the
best Greek geau on the silver coins of
iyraeu.e, or among the marble figures
of the Parthenon ese that one can
find the ideal representation of the
marvelous beauty of that face which I
maw on tie stage last uight."
Choice hrmde of liquors at Keg
Is the name of the new finrt-clam
oyster house recently opened under
the Firt National bank. 1u-tf
piepal sewrvices will Ie held at
balfpeattwo this afternoon in the hall
over J. J. Graham' store. A cordial
Invitation is extended to all to attend.
Do not per the Keg sakmlt without
droppglnlu er a miee drank of goed
liquer or a Ane cigar. lMtt
EIsg lire a/ WerNit.
A -telegm s.emehed the JorNXAL
office last night, eonveying tihe Inteill
gence that a ire broke out yesterday
at Ierill, entirely destroyhng the
depst, eaon aun thdeipb o.dlces,
qaether with all their contenb, ex
U listtle expeems mtner. The
.degmphlam mment. were hwrned P.
1merats ahubered up.
Thei ln will exceed tm thel ad
del, e wbiah there is no la-ru .
Mr. Genp Rooler i at the Meot
B. MNaot, of Powder river, is at the
J. F. Cooney, Minneapolls, is at the
F. J. Steel, a ralroad man fom nt t.
Paul, is at the Merchants.
F. D. Jandell, of New Bullle, D.
T., is at the Interkcma.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Norton, of Glhn
dive, arest the InterOcean.
H. Brown, a railroad man from
Glendive, is at the Merchants.
Ikanel Fenton and hanly, of Bose
man, are at the Merchants hotel.
Mr. Charles R. Garrett, of Washing- 1
ton, D. C., is at the (rand Central.
Sam Johnsum and wife, of London,
Ontario, are at the (Grand entral.
David and W. R. Johnson from
Canada, are sojourning In the city.
aml Fardin and WV. E. Collins, of
Pittaiurg, Pa., are at the Urand Cen
W. B. Outhrie, of the firm of
Guthrle A Ming, returned yesterday !
Iron the west.
Mlies Flanigan, the emficient teacher
in chlarge of the school at Puwupkin
creek, ,s in the city.
H. F. Batchelor, of the steamner
Eclipse, Is In this city and enjoying I
tie at the Merchants hotel.
E. W. Chrest, of Pittsburg, the great ,
smoky city of the Keystone state, s, in
the city and stopping at the Grand
MSnrs. Wan. Field and R. E. Mc
Guirk, connected with the mall mee
vice on the N. P. t. It., are at the
Mr. Frank M. Strout, the Miles City
Jeweler, has returned from his trip up (
the country, and will be on deck fort
buusiness thls morning.
Mr. Charles J. Rosenberg. all the
way frow PhlMadelphia, is in the city.
He arrived on yee rtay's train trian
the east, and Is q urrd at the Inter
8. M. Miller, of Colorado, a brother
of Lieut. Miller, of Fort Keogh, caeo
In yesterday, and visits the post to-day.
Thiu bj his fIst trip to Montana, and
thus tar he is favorably impremsed.
Mr. John W. Bruner cane In from
Billlng yesterday. In coupsaay with
some 'uontimc, ili., gentlemeu, uie has
formed a cumapny and they Intend
going into the cattle business in Custer
county, with headquarters at Mia!i
P. U. W'htbeek, who b one of the
old pioneer of this country and a reLi
dent of Fort IKeugh, will leave shortly
with his family tor Cloverdale, Ka.,
where lie llteniu to finms his days in
quietude and luxury.
W. H. Wisner, of the Northern Pa
cifie pasenger department, leit the
city yt~terday for tre east. Mir. Wais
ulr I% a very copultnut railroad offl
cial, and has mrade many friends dur
ing his short visit to this city.
L. Taylor, superintendent In charge
of the Northern Paullie town sltes, was
In town yesterday, and nade a lilea
ant call at thli office. He left on the
eastern train yesterday for rt. Paul.
During his visit here he was greatly
pleased with the pnrpects of Miles
City, and spoke of our nfouriilhing town
ls having a great and glorious futurt
Poultry and fresh osters at Bran.
denlburg A Vanuiskinil mieat market.
Weather strill of all kinds and lpt
s:itf J. BAHKInxaI B olM.
A Narrow eempe rrem tre.
What pronised at one time to be a
Svery mrloum fire, occurred in a roomi of
the old Belle Union theatre on Park
street yesterday. It meenji that aslhe
I had been taken frul a stove .iin! care
hle.ly throwin into a wooden box
which was in the room. The occupantI
of the rom 1 Ieing called awuy, noth
lug was thought ol the ashes, until
! inoke was meen comning out through
Sthe cracks in the door. Uison investi
Sgution, the door was opened and It wua
found that the ashes had burned
through the ibx and through the tloor,
and was eglinning to be quite a lively
fire, one of tle partitlons havilng|
caught on fire. Water was promptly
brought to the msene of the contl ra
tlon and promptly applied, extlnuih
IIlg the ames. Had the ire been un
discovered a few uinuteo longer, it is
probable that the entire block would
have been destroyed, entailing a loss
of a quarter of a million dollars.
Freb Or sM.
SFreth oystrs cooked In every style
at thie new Oyster Ocean under Firvt
National bank. M0-tf
I rrt -Tav-l
All kinds of hlmating and cooking
stoves, at lurleligh'. 7tf.
The Miles City Directory can be had
by application at this ofice. It is a
neatly-bound, well-printed book, con
taing tie history of Mile City from
its Inception I, i to the presentday.
and gives a fll and cumplete demrip
'ton of the Yellowstone valley, also
the names and bsionem of every peron
In our pnrlmoumm city, making It a
valuable booh of refereinoe alike to our
buainem men and those contemplatflng
Iavetting or moving lito our midst
i All kinds of hot drinks to sno all
SweAthr ao tat irdtiealUly Son
pounded a he Keg Maluo. II
Whell n want of oyster cooked in
every style go to the Oy.ter Oeman,
the b.t place In town to get frth
The charters having arrived, all
iharter menturm of ('uter Iodge No.
7, I. O. O. ., are hereby notified to
Sneet at the lheriff'. ouice, on Monday
evening, Nov. », iW2:, for thepurmnn
of metting the night of InatituUon. I
By order J. W. JoHNmos.
A PrFivrCldu PtMe.
Tie new Ov.ster Ocean under the
First National blank In a grand uc
A nar loid of all kind ofl heating and
cooking stoves haveu just Iben received
at HBerleigh's niammartlh sdore. Now In
'hie time to call while the steock ir eom i
For the next thirty day, I will ll
diamonds, gild and sliver watches,
chalh·a, ringp, &e., for co,,t.
14tf. S. ASmt.mV.
Now on hand twenty-live of the new
light running Domneitle ewling nma
chiines, iSpelal tennri and prlicen for
Sthe next filteen days.
13tf Mlli.tA & NTRiVElL.
This new sad rretrally Ioea.d Hotel has been
opened to the Imblic for business
Everything First Class
Are among the many advaMtge el*md to the
petr et this house. 27
Un w lst Int. Isak
ft" am log am* d
Liquors and Cigars
IX tIHE CITY.
w aul gd i~Xail3
X AvUL easo tieo
' lSat i a iUa ViU l. l.
W, luea sad Reail
Main 4trget, Miles City.
FOR FORT KEOGH.
We have always on hand a Lar.e ulpply of
Pork and Veal.
And having reemtl7 added a lage
We s la mrala s aertile of
S.Ordle for Hotels and Prate thllhs will
rl ear spacial attentles. Un, prresse an
W, B.ANBBWS & CO.
Caslhy ompsmdw Day or Night.
at s rhear aer 3 p. m.
CIOARS, FANCY GOODS,
REMEMBER THE VLAC :
W. B. Andrewom & Co.
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GOLDEN M ioit