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Arrivaland Departure of Mailt.
Karit-rnnesM clu^a^ at 2 o'tlw k p. w.^Wasters uiai I eloan at ^^ i tu.^avMI mall arrive* al ;(:wfp. iu.^VW-urn mull arrive*al 6;;to p. m
GLEANINGSE)f PUB SCRIBES.
Madam(ireuu's dance last night was^IsiV'lv all.mil ^J.
(harh'.v llnnvu returned from St.
Livingston lite new boom town,
..:^.!.-..f Ililriy saloons.
I.eirhton, Jordan A Co. will remove^toiln-ir 11-tcunt ^^^ quarters in a few
('.^'. (iati-a is busily engaged In^UakiBg HM sdiool census of this dis-
Agrand boueflt will be tendered to^Mr^-r.-i. Wolf* Itobertson to-aiorrow
John(^arter Rive* free nrchestrian^^oneeru nignt and day at tits IJwver
Humpiiac..Jiin,^ a Miles City^niiii^ Laa bvt'i reeliristetietl the^Rainbow.
AdNapiuakiBjr, saUtMislnnent was^^irnHM^d yesterday In Mi^ room west of^\Vuitu*jy's itautUnsrlieL.
TinerexyjK'nin^ of Wolf dt Robertson's^ilrniUHti.- UR)life of amusement will be^welmin* boon Ui llie lover* of the leg-^itirnate.
TlicPrueUyesriau sociable, an^^nounced for L^ui.ilit al the residence^of Mr. Caun, lute been indeHmluly^postponed.. J
Weare in fornix I that John Hogan,^of tliii* city, will shortly erect a build^^ing unds-iifaga In the saloon buaiuesa^in lWeoian.
Throughexpress matter OHn now be^s^iipp^dfronj Hoaeman to Miles city^mid caatara-imbita as per orders from^th.e railroad headquarters.
CharleyBrown, is authority for the^story that it dm- not pay, hi the long^rim.^ to purchase railroad tickets' of^any one excepting railroad ticket^agents.
Inanother column may be found the^brand card of the Western Cattle Asso^^ciation, of ^Milwaukee, whose ranges^are on the Powder and Spring, in this
Personsdesiring a copy of the first^directory of Miles City can procure^the same by application ut the Joi'K-^nal counting room. Price, per single^copy, $3.00
P.M. Kckford, formerly in the em^^ploy of eJswai'e e% Co., has hcoepted a^iipa'itit* with L. N ido, and left on^lust Hsjnday to take charge of the^brunch house over on ths Missouri^rhvr.
Thenew charter for the Miles City^Typographical I'nion, No. 24, arrived^yesterday, and is one of the hand^^somest pWts of typographic art ever^seen In this city. The boys ure justly^proud of it.
LlKhtashK Cxereaa Trass aad a Fleet^t r^ot^4 Moajsaaa Stereo. ;
Whenfite train fur the west pulled
outfrom the depot yesterday It was^noticed the engineer, Mr. Joel Oleason,^was engaged in eyeing a solitary horse^^man, who proved to be the mail carrier^between tliis city and J-'mt Keowh.^I'be driver wnA seen to tHcasionally^bury his spurs into the plainly visible^rihe, of the swiftest hone in tbe terri^^tory. The horse's si^eed was inereased^so that fur a few moments the passeu-^ger truiu was apparently lost to sight^in the rear, ami could ouly be distin^^guished by u large volume of smoke^arising from the oily tluid and rosht-^ftUcd wood the engineer was heaping^os tbealruedy overladoti furnace. The^^I ^^ed of the train was i net ea.* d so that^f^r a few srooaofe it fairly lollutl from^side to sbla. My (his time the |iasseii-^gers oltservtd the fleeing horseiuun^and reali/.ed for the first time in the^history of tbttcopntry that a lightning^liiniu*! express train* on the Northern^Pacific railroad whs being beaten by^an ordinary Montana horse. Tiny^laced handkerchiefs were seen to flut^^ter from the window.- of the Pullman,^and even the brake men entered into^the spirit of the race by lugging more^wooafrnm the passenger cars to the^anxious and exerted eug iueer. Three^old chairs that had done sitting duty^In the baggage and express cars liir^many long and wearv davs, were sud-^i denly smashed t^^ plei es to furnish^I more food for the hungry flames.
Attimes the race would be about^I ueek and neck, then onward the horse-^I man would fly fast ^-r and Caster. Long^'and loud shrieks from the locnmotivu^noiitied tbe residents of the Post that^It would be an Impossibility to make a^stop at that station, owing to the ter^rifle and heretofore unequalled speed^i he wheels were rolling over the steel^rails and cot ion wood ties. All the^officers with their families climbed to^the suiumjt of the highest eminence at^the Fort, and had their field glasses^watching the sport front the distance.^When about two miles from the Pot^t^the horseman pawned the ambulance^wagon going in the same direction.^When passing it tho swift current he^caused threw it to one side, and the^driver leaped from hi* scat, and hold^^ing bis Kentucky thoroughbred*,^gaztd Heavenward in hopes of getting^a glimpse of the aperture througu^which the mysterious lightning bolt^had fallen, but onward he sped, Ignor^^ant of the excitement he was causing.^The officers had by this time become^thoroughly enthused and it's safe tc-^aay all tiiplr salaries for November^were wageTed on the result. The en^^tire train passed along resembling a^1 flash of lightning on its way westward.^; The horseman moved with the swift-^| ness-of electricity, finally the fort was^reached and the horseman still urging^his steed, nsle through the parade^grounds, and reaching the depot,^wheeled about and sut in his saddle as^the train flew by, carrying ail the^steam that could be forced into the^cylinder of the engine. Theair brakes^were applied, hut the train had gon^*^three miles Is-fore a stop could be ef-^fscted, and the cars bucked up to the^station. The race waa an hemic one,^and nobly won by the gallant horse^^man..
Beeftea and hot Scotch, is the favor^^ite drink at the Sideboard. 3Ctf
Freshfish at Flarharty's, the Park^treet fruit stand. ' 33lf
W.W. Carland hat gone east.
W.H. Bowles, of Powder river, is in^tho city.
Mr.F. J. Coveney, of Minneapolis,^is in the cify.
GeorgeW. Smith, of Huntley, is at^the Inter Ocean.
(JcorgeHaldvern, from Fargo, is at^the (fraud Central.
J.It. Griffith, of Utica, New York,^is at the I titer Ocean.
DanielScott, of Spearflsh, came iu .^on Saturday. He is ut the Merchants.
JonasHedges, a ranchman from^Glendive, visited the metro]m^lis yes- '^terday.
JamesSterns, of Sterns' Ranch, is^enjoying the good things found at the^Merchants.
Mrs.E. Jones, from Rozcman, ar^^rived in the city ou Suuduy. Mho is at^the Merchants.
JohnX. Davidson, of the I're**. ac^^companied by his son, leaves by to^^day's ti iiu for a visit to bis home in^Kt. Paul.
W.H. Bullard, proprietor of the^Miles City brewery, has gone east^after improved -team machinery.
BertBlake, of the Glendive Pmu,^came in from the east on Sunday, to be^present at the second gathering of the^^Owls.
W.If. Raymond, county clerk elect^of Dawson county, la lathe city on
business.He returns to (iletidive^to-morrow.
Hon.J. U. HublsjU, county commis^^sioner, left for his home in St. Paul,^yesterday, to spend his Thunksgiving^with his family.
UnUMAXCMCOM PAS Y.
PHCENIXFIRE INS. CO.
OKBROOKLYN. RIW YORK.
Who.! tie tnd Retail
MainS^.. .^'. .. ..es City.
I.\SUH A XCM COM PA K Y,^09 ST. J.i ii 118. MO.
CtfKirr Risks Solicited on RsjsjCiUga,^Household Gcssis snd 1'ieisrred blocks.
Officewith C. W. Sariurr k Co.. Corner o^Main and Siztk Streets, Mil^ ( try. l
Wchave alwa^r^ on lianO a Large .supple ^/
Theadvertisement of X. Nmlian ap^^pears in Uwiay's issue. Mr. Nathan^carries a fine slock of ladies' and fancy^goods, just shipped from the east,^which be offers for sale at remarkably^low pricfls.
K.J. Atitnry, whoowns sndcontroki^half a doscn hoarding house outSts fur^workmen employed on the Northern^I a-iflc construction, is In the city.^Mr. Amory is a very young man, lilt^a rustier from Rustlcrsvllle.
Skatingthese Ane evenings is con-^^idorahly like the fescinutlng gtimes in^the sportimr balls. The players git^^ stUQR,^ likewise the slutUvs. It is^rumored Us*t a well known firm hss^ordered twelve doien pairs to supply^the demands of h mushing young man.
The assistant poet master, he of the^witistsnu way atid glossy locks, is noted^tor his poJIUuiw* to all lbs fciiuste
nailersfin^ letters. He is a very oblig^^ing official, and can do tbe mail bag^hsTlanclug act with a dexterity of^motion that puts to blush the dancing^vsrletf girl
Tvan rtur streets daily. ^Kerfy''^tboraugbbnd an 1 baa man^/
ma long residence^ml is the b^ro of u^I -Kins in which he
friendsgained ir^in the territory, i^buttle with lh^ p^auys Iih fouaha thirty-gvs of tliein^sirigls-haiidadand slone.
B.Ullmsn, the Miles City pump^dealer, haviauppli.il the Northern Pa^^cific railnasd ^* the VaUowutnas dlvis^Ion, with all the pumpa put In the^past summer, and is now busily en^^gaged in supplying tbe eltisens of^MllegjraOi Out l^st mats) of bumps^ivsrlbgiM t* the wastara oauatry.
Theuew Oyster Ocean under the^First Natlonni hank is n graml sue-!^cess. A. Booth's bulk oysters 75 cents j^penpuart. 31tf
Withthe open in- of the Cosmopoii-^Ian variolic- arises a i|uestion of eon-^aiderahla importance to our business ^^men, and that It is their duty and to
theirInterest to see as fur as ismslhle I^that it is jiatrtiiiizeil lilsrallv. No one^can deny the fact that it has been a^medium which has caused many a i^dollar u^ tl^^^ into the cotters of us'all.^It has Irtjcu a |^owerful magnet to draw^the ranchman from his lonely cabin to^the precincts of the city toenjoy u little i^amusement: the cow Isiy from his |^mountain retreat to occnsiomillv inter- I^mingle with music and mirth ; the !^staid and steady pilurim, whose first !^thought upon his arrival in our midst!^is to look tor the elephant and examine j^its numerous forms, and where letter j^to see western life in all its stent reali-,^tie* can It be found titan at a variety j^theatre, and whore, fascinated by the \^Ut him curious sights, he throws his^money around lavishly. This money^!^ kept in circulation and increases ^^business ut the hotels, at the mescan-1^tile bouses,and iu fact evexy c-Uhlith-1^nietit in the city is hcucjitted by it.^These are ths real tint unvarnished I^fast* of the) oaae and am worthy of^pondering over.
Nathan'sBazuar, next to the post- '^oUice, ^ tits place for tho ladies to^select from the finest lot of gotals ever I^shipped to Miles CHy.34-35 j
Allkinds of hot drinks to suit all^weather and tastes artistically com- 1^pounded at the Keg saloon. ltf
Noticeis Jterebj given that the co-
Kuetshialefetofore existing ls^^^b Kn-g ^W. Hill and Chsrles B.
Garrettand, under the firm name of^Hill A Garrett, doing a business as^fruit dealers, has been this day dis^^solved by mutual consent. All debts^due the Arm must, be paid before Dec.^1st, 1M42. snd all the obligations of the^firm will be paid and collected by^Fred W. Hill. Fkki^ W. Hill,
*MfCHAW. It. flAKKKTT,
DatedMiles City, N( v. 18, IW.
Donot pass the Keg sabam without^dropulugin fat a nios dnuk of good^ll.iuoruf a fine cigar. 1-tf
Forthe next thirty days, I will sell^diamonds, gold and silver watches,^chains, rings, etc., for cost.
14tf.S. AsitLKY. j
Freshfish at Fbtchartv's, the Park ,^street fruit stand.-J.itf
Isthe name of the new first-class^oyster house recently ojsiMied under j^the First National tstnk. A. BaatVl1^bulk oysters 7^^ ci-nts jht quart. 31tf
Freshfish st Fluliarty's, the Park
streetfruit stand. 33tf
Allkinds of heating aud cooking^uvea, at Kurd igh's. 7tf.
Whenin want of oysters cooked in^every style go to the Oyster Ocean,^the best place in town to get fresh^oysters. A. Booth's bulk oysters 7o^cents \^vr ouart. 31tf
Acar loadI of all kinds of heating and
cookingstoves have Just been received^st Burleigh's uiainiMoth store. Now is^the tune to call white the stock is com^^plete. 7tf
Freshfish at Klarhurty's, the Park^street fruit stand. fMtf
AHthe l ooks used in the public^sclnsils of this territory are kept on sale^ut Businskl Bro's. store. 3--37
Choicebrands of liquors ut Keg^saloon. 1-tf
Freshoysters cwked In every style^at the new Oyster Ocean under* First^National Istu'k. A. Booth's fine hulk^oysters 76 cents per quart.31 If
Nowon hand twenty-five of the new^light funning Domestic sewing ma^^chines, Special terms and prices for^the next fifteen days.
13tfMi lis ^ Stkkvkll.
OPPOSITEFIRST NAT. BANK.
AnJluring reeentlj added a large
' WSein form a ^n^ )e ol
Board$7 a Week BOLOfiNA SAUSieE!
Sa-llurin ''oniMKtion with the ^sBSS. OjSS Oe^Ordet. Sir H^Hel^ sii4 Prtrate families eill^liar and night.1~ ' recelre our apacial SttenlloU. tmr |irice^ art rm
b.ullman, W.B.ANDREWS ^ GO*
Pumpsof all Kinds
Hose,Pipe. Brass and Inn Fitting!,
PIMPS SET AND RFPAIRF.D,
tienernlRepairs in all kinds ^f Msrliinerv^Done Bbop, Hixth Street, |^tweeti Miun^and llriilije, Miles City, U. T. istt
I \*r Mr. T
WetternI'aion Cattle Aaanelatlon. Kanp* t'oeder
Kiverand Suring Creak, Cutler i it. Montana.
llrand,Ike ftgure. M on rl|ht hip, X on riua, and^Kt on thiiulder. alao f (ure. S3 un li ft hip. Poit-^oltU-a addraa.. Waatarn Vston Oaltle AwwlHum.^I3T, Wlarenaiu atswt, Milwaukee, Wlaooniin,^Kixmi SO. :16
Under1st Nat. Bank.
r^ Lynn, Props.
Finestand Largest Stack of
Can-full)Compounded \ ^tj or Ni(kt.
DR.A. C. 6IRARD, U. S. A.
Ileakit ejH e In our tlore, where he t-an he ens-^aulu-d at an; hour alli-r ;i p. iu.
HEAVYAND SKUULAK SHAIU^. kiflix
Weran pat them en arom 12 to is eonnde with^Renilecton Berreh if Wanted
WeGuarantee our Work
inhulk oh ^vpiga^^Satisfaction )s ffi^p^^.
CIGARS,FANCY GOODS,^BOTTLR COIUMALS,
RKMF.MI'!i fHE i'i ACK :
W.B.Andrews ^ Co.
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