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TH19 DAILY JOURNAL
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JFPUOGAL CUVUH, aSm. UwamN Pmsse
soI tit . 0.la Cbmasu e Palms Knot.
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ralun 3fL M JWumAL SAM Mblag
I A. a Iabblb bsd atIVA. C. lllm4a a
otrwlm owdaft lowbol
L P. LfswEj. Puan.
An" almd Deptwtu of Mails.
3U00 mall clam ag 2edwLk p.m.
Wosgs awl dmu at 6:81 pm. E
Loan mail wrl' as &W p.m.
woaIa maimrli an IS a..
SlUT_ SWOKEI·)~ ~
F. A. Keller, fornnrly Phil Brady's
wil kIown accoutant, is Bow em
plaeyd at Owels A Oleniman'r.
Leighton A Jordan' unew store on
Main stroet is getting n shape and
present a very fne appearance.
The earpeater work done by Con
tioar Routher at the new court house
It expeWtd to be finished to-day.
lgM ki Bros., iwho control a heavy
trUdi Bi(n Lenan, have moved into
thir new building in that town.
tdfbbl.s, Mund a& O.'s new bank!
with Mr. (ol.diun u calhier, will
wpen l doorC this morning, ald here
altr do a rqular ubinklllr busitneM.
AL . Balrd, Uie L~uItractor, aid
thue of tihe men employed by him,
slited in yesterday t-4 keep bachelor's
ll. They go under the name or the
R. H. MeMd, the Bilinag banker,
orived here yreslerdsy and will tay R
&Ily 1 I a11t lson p rtri, Mr.
Ol- a hin s i luuCliein the new
SO(itdWoM.l,, iund &o.
J. J. Faon a dolung splendid buil
lrwit his new beth tubs. He i
dlmving q( patronage, a it cost
Idl noluidl rble sumu to place in lhib
ISplho nnewl Ltth tulb In the city.
Oe remuon oLi e premetaL daullnes, is
(.t alar unumber of ranchmuen on
IWberit side of the Yellowstone are
efn or, the river to freesz, is tlat
esar ooume to town and buy goods.
Another tailor shop opened up on
itn esty yesterday, one door ast of
ket i'renett's ialoon. This
Mik ha been christened **Tallor'
nw , there are three shops tere
i imidUki A Bruas have on hand a
r teek of holiday goods, as they
nee elsewhere. To see their
is to purhaJme. (Go early and
o thea over before the asuotmnt
Mrs. Joe Beriualn lih uiirlldy raised
Ui for the ChrlA.tmam tree beneft to
e given to tie ipur chlidrie of Milk
C'H.. The stai•r is to take place In
r.hnuu'a hall, in.ltead of Cul. (ould'r,
m Ws sated In tlhe JotRNAL a few
Charlwy Baruer,. of HBuflo, Wycwa
lta, lld a prouisnent *toctk manI of
ltLt sectlim of the country, is in the
t, buying hli winter tock of gro
irisr Charley aLgood wholeouuled
flkow, sud umkeasuauy friends where
ever he goes.
W. E. Havage A (o., the druggists,
are now sendilg out to tUeir friends
ald patronu very neat Christmas and
Vrew Yearu erd. They are Ireu.s the
JoUisxAL oloue, and will b' rousd to
be muuveniro worthy a place ln every
W., the rancher, otherwime Wilenn,
of Eureka valley, whuoe Iost ofmce
waat Buell, but which wau thrown
up by Ike CraMtree, on amcount of hi*
beavy political tmamumaents. is Ln town.
Hle may that a new post otlee will be
.eptud aMms in the ountre of the val
kr, and be a simned Madei, witll C. W.
Wl"m, an p atminter.
Oamr madl Vpwrd.
The DAILY JOURNAL., of Mllie City,
ppnmw to enlarge to memt itF ytrwln
MesMM. "...Oward and upward" Is
tbe aotte.-BusiU /koely 1 f'or L ihox.
Feom one of Use omene we arm
Ulms yterday, while a c.ole of
uiL Is thum Ise pIet were eeotnrUn two
iimertr, all of whoi were in a oart,
ftu Ihls eity to Ka ih,. a vhlene dr
semutoed, nsd Uh whole outlit at
eA upidolidd to skip. NotUiig is
kmMsw (tr nt whrWsMboUA f lr l I
sortel gurw I up to the limes of
ur gol0g to pre, *ad they will prob
h.umi dJohmona Wyoming ow
, l. b UIM =u of play wih his
l5,Jmeb susly. i Ld hrdtah
?wib beftag tw ty L d&I
31hat n kilk omd paCht.
he 1M~mr i lan totow to Iav
a o dows very 1D ..mul
*r-bt= vIUmmmy I at I tIM
Mm. Samn orduon I. reported quite
John McCormlek, of O(nse creek, is
expected to arrive in a few day.
Westley Morris has resined his
positio am clerk at he Inter-Otean.
W. O. Seely, the inventive raop man
and Tongue river rnchler, is i the
O. H. Spaulding, a well-to-do ranch
man, of kRoebud, is registered at the
J. B. Braden, of Justice fame, fron,
Junction City, is in lthe city and stop
ping at the Merchanta.
Robert McKee, one of the firt citi
seas of Ulendive, but uow'of Billings,
is at the CoUmmercial.
Dr. Kelly, for a number of years a
rsident of Deadwood, paeied through
the city Hunday eu route to the states.
Gen. A. J. Alexander, of Fort Cus
ter, ia at the Iuler4Oceam, Mhaking
handa with his many friends in this
0. 8. Cruaan,a prominent stockniais
and rancher of Graveyard Bottom, i.
in the city and autographed at the
County Treasurer W. W. Carland,
and (Commiudoners J. It. Hubbell anid
HAtlUml Briggs will return from tilt
mat Friday next.
I. Orschel, of the firn of Orechel &
Bros., is agallin seen at hla place o:
buidnme, having alout recoverei froum
a ievere attack of fever.
L. D. Clock, of the firm of Whitley
& Clock, wholesale groers of iHi
imarek, who hawr been here on bunilllme
fora few days, left yeterday for IIll
ling, and other ploint along the Ilue.
Charlie Wood, who bar been over to
McKlnney, Bulilo and Bitlghaliu
since the election, returned yesterday.
le reporta everything In good lihlpe,
and the settlernhappy and oonateuted.
Andrew Burgard, a brother of Harry
Burgard of time Conimereial hotel.
started on Sunday for his homoe inemr
KIalaamoo, Michigan. Mr. Burgard
cou e here a few mouths ago with a
view of going Into the cattle lutiampo,
and beting so well pleased wih thil
sectiom as a stock country at once
made arrmngenenta to dispose of his
large iarm in lie statea and return in
the spring with hi. anmily.
Kittle wishes to announce that uhe
ham lesed No. '*27," and will run It In
connection with her present place. It
e West Wet.
A young man rnme fifteen yern of
ae, a nelhew of Jamen H inianpun. H
weU known ranthman living near the
tRoebud, eoncludled he inust see his
uncle. The boy, whom we will call
John, lived in Illinois, and to travel
without money was a question Oir him
but hedved it. He boarded a treight
car loaded with 'tilu" freight for
Ogden. In the car he found a lirrel
of potatoe, on which ihe lived and
enjoyed life for three dals. At Ogden
lie wan trlated to a good i1meal uild a
comnfortalle bed by the railrnad eum
ployeM, who felt a deep lympathy for
ti1e youthful traveler. After a run
dlown to Halt Lake, ie boarded a trant
for Butte City, M. T. Afir a careful
survey of lhe "Silver City" he started
out on foot for his uncle's ranch In
this valley, a distance of nearly 441A
uilles, reaching there in about sixteen
Cm.eu Warmsat WCae4.
I will pay 9 6entto taoh for general
fund ('utr county warrants, regi
tered prior to March 2 ,li, 18N2. Henid
by mall. 4-43 J. J. OnAHNM.
MOTKL AUIVALS .
Ed. Rkinner. Little Mimourl; Robert
McKee, Blilinps; O. H. Spaulding,
K.netud; V. 8. Cruian, Gmrveyan
Bottom; E. P. Jolinson, Billings; J
S. Stoie, Bipeiark; Fred. lRilards,
C. E. Chllson. (ilenllve; A. Smith,
Bismnarek - (eirge R. Hury. Chitlco.
Ill.; John R. Hougland, Bi,.narck; E.
Borden, Powdtf river; J. C. Cllu.
Pumpkin crtek. M. .; (. C. Cush
uaen, Hi. Paul; 8. T. Parsons, Powder
river; Dan H. Bowman, Powder river;
L. T. Johnan, Terry; Dan Dugaii.
lRaebud : (Chas. 1. Cooper. Llvlng
ton; Wm. J. Ble1ht, Fort Buford;
George l'hlnkit. ,ort Buford; Alex.
Mitchell, Fort Buford; Wila. Dlwoinml.
Ikuedwonl; . H. Braden, Junetion:
H. H. Mund, Billings; Win. B. Levy,
R. A. Cox, Watertown, D. T.; . C.
Quinl, Fort Custer; OGe. A. J. Alex
ander, Fort Custer.
L. D. Chkek. Blimarck; TLoman
Johnmon, Bisamarok J. C. Mapwell,
Kineardin. Ont.; W*n. (,rdon. St.
Paul A. F. Wilon, Eureka valley;
W. i Hammervlle. Maiden. M. T.;
James Hiaterbru.k, Maiden, M. T.
orFIruoD DUmIN THR
Of Every crilption at
4640 J. BAInast A Bao's.
rPwo ovoi. ,
When Ih want of o~n enke4d in
vr *yt e go to the Olster Oeanu,
the be Plar en town to Ie* fIeh
Are. A. ba.r's betk oy.se 76
sem per a mic list
A ha d eetalla lad
"""" s """""""leek is a
Oar .1o lteemN.
It 1 quite encuounging to learn that
our eltlSUa ari taking auchm an Iun et
in tree planting. We have a pwltnli
lint of 1i. nme of theMe wile haive
ordered In: gely of fruit anld ornlluentul
trees, hll bhery, flowerr. etc., Cpti.
Krledllr, V.An VIerden, Burlelgli,
Mili, St vel, Savage. Atiley, Calmn,
Ladd, It char s, Macqueen, Utiranu,
DIukett, Nad , Chiureli MeWiilam,
Wood, s. rrll Egin, Hlheelo, \.dli,
Turner. iasho , Dexter, Itinger, Hil
ford and i the *. Trres can w Kgrouw
here 1i 1. oplu will take a little interent
ill tile anl. tlcr lind give it aolime uttlln
tion. Tierei ned attention ulld care.
They w. 1 no grow with neglect, iur
they art llk liuman beings. Now
that thi I,*uce wears the air of pre*
perity, tah la.d every pratin Owningl
and IHIIUroving plroprly here Slaould
look to this ilmporetant Interet. Tlir
can be uIitde the "'Forest City" oi thle
west by a thoronughly organiszl systeli
of tree plantig. It telun.nce the
value of property and hely. to give the
place notoriety, which umndoubtedly Is
the cue with water prlvilego halnd y.
rilere ai no doubt about tIe iuccux.fui
growth of trete in this waetin. Our
altitude Ie niucli lean here than ill mauny
ieties lociat llmm the Rocky Mountatims.
C* matun re the elevation o0 Mile . City
witlh thai of Denver, Color.dle, or
Colorado Sprinlgs, and it will be foumii
tlhat tle altitude of the litt laneal
placiwe i nearly three tinme that ol
,auns. Street trees have been nrown
with irreat uitoerN iIn Ilioh ofttile pItHes.
lithen of clure it is not purely mea ex
perienellt with our eitieni, but will
tie all airured sutces.. 'The tinie to
levin t~ islamprovllellet ii now, while
the town is in its infancy. With wide
street aud uvellues, liHed with lirmi
sihale treet*, what cun Iwe more attract
ive? It fornim a retreat Iro)r tlhe woliur
rays, andl lowera the temperature
creatly durieig the pIntraetrel lieat o
the susnimer moInths. In a few years
thlli place van tnast of liiiles and mnile
of street anid ornamental trtc. T'lie
imatterof Ilantlng fruittretaw,silrulhbery
land smnall fruits should not be over
looked, for no where can ilae manie re
ultl lie uttidneld In the quantlties of
small fruito as here. The plan to re
ceive a Ietter and more heailthy
srowth where they reelive irrigution
than they do in the eastern statel
where It is trusted to lprovidence. The
growth of the trees Is more regular. It
is very injurious to trees and small
'rults to Iiave i. spinilmodic growth, for
it rupturti Ili eap cells, thereby causu
Ing a blight.
Skaters take notlce. Before you go
skating call lit MeAumulnd'r (retdl
moor Armory and buy a lair of Peek
& Snyder's American club skates.
Beef tea auld hoIa t.-tch il tihe favor
Ite drink at tile ridelxmarn. stft
Goeg haary * C*.
Will opcn one of the flnebt rmbtauranta
that ever hai granm l Milt* City, titii
morning, December 12, 1NL. in the
ikehnlmtile bulilding oppnalte the ('Co
nirpo,.ital Thgratro on aittl steL.t. Thty
will keep olpn lny aued nihlat. Evrry
delleacr inL tie market Irnlished at
reaMo.Ible pries. Meal tickete fur
niahed at reduced prices to regulur
Iborders. We also hni.e a first-clss
lir where nothing liLt numilwr one
klliole and cinas coan he hld. Chicken
pIt r l uail bolldr New England din.
nrnuervo d lip every day. C. 11. Evans,
the Missouri IMasalm h inter's plealing
counit4mane will be at the mant to,
wait on ial the bufklo hunters, and all
others that may favor Ius with a call.
4Htf. Ga)ORGe HALEY & Co.
Ne3M4 of Dilseties.
The copeltnership hteretoore exist
Ing hwtweens the underignedl, undrr
the firn name of Lelghlit, Jordan A
Co. Is tbis day disolvwul hy nultual
eRnsInit of the parties. All aiu-onts
dlle mid inmri unt be paid to Joelph
leighton or Walter B. Jordan, at their
,o.e lli Miles City, M. T.
WAITKR IH. JORD)AN,
Da'ed Miles City, M. T., Dec. 1.182.
]I. 1.. th iiirilias hIsi olM.-ned a Pndy
estalllshlim t on Pleassant otrt. op.
plo ite the. ,tool hoa.e. whelre li will
kee, casu.tantly on handl holce lhomn..
timnad candlles for tlhe whlolealn anid
retail trade. 46-48
All kinds of hImtiUng and cooking
%toves, at Burteilgh's. 7tf.
All kind.r of hot drinks to suit all
weather and tastes artistically cont
Itounded at the Keg rolaon. lif
Notlie is hereby given that the o
l.ri nevrhip hertofore exilting he
tween H. . Wolf and D. A. iobert.
son, undor the nArm nanie of Wolf A
i ,bartson, doing a buslnes of retill
Ing Il(unmr and comaduicinK a variety
tftetre knowei as the "Coasnolplitan"
lis this day been dismolved by niutual
inarwst. Alldebs due the I nn uant
he paid to either partes, and all due
by them will be ad by D. A. Rob.
erfson. H. E. Wolr,
47tf D. A. IoaKnRTOn.
SDated Miles City. M. T. D).. I, 1882.
Chaio loehIda of liquon at Keg
IU the mulw of the new flr.st-ln
eyter houm reemily lapned under
tAie lHt Naiiinl bank. A. Booth's
helk eayshnta 7 te per quart. 81tt
For he etlt thirty days from date
tie sies s w . 0Crlti' Xortbhn
MWo we ll D" Al llft. Iwo- at
to t.h PhbU.
Notice Ir eIrolhy gsive.n . l I have
this day withdrawn fromn the Arm of
Leighton, Jordnn & Co. I desire to
informa my own Ijtroti an. the public
itenerally that I will reoten on tmy
own atccouin within thirty or sixty
shlt'y. N. ('AHN,
Do hot lneU the Keg llon without
droppinig in for a nice drink of goHt
lilolr oror a file eliar. 1-tf
DAILY AND WELKLY.
THE YELLOWSTOE JOlINAL
A TYPICAL WBESTRN PAPKI.
As the dawnor a New Yeu approache * great
mon of the laboring people in the ovelrowded
eastern cities ar eeking information of the
Golden Northwet, with Its boundless praries o*
untold fertlity, with its millions of acrmn vacant
government land awaiting clanimant, with its
towering mountalis. hills and productive valleys,
dotted here and there with the properous renach
man's cabin, the hills and plains covered with
thouvands upone thousnd of lne cattle, each herd
representing a fortune, contentedly munching thq
nourishing gras of which the country is hamous
and where better ca such information be obtained
than through thecolumns o n repreentalven ews
paper, such as a the
published in the very heart of the lad "Whern
Cattle is King." und at the gretest cattle shipping
point in the New Northwiet-M lie City. The
WeeIol YeNwteme jeorsel
s a large four-paged.eligat column paper llied with
allthe newsofthe world inacodensed ad pithy
form, besides an mmense fund of infrmation of
this glorious country, specially adaptedforthe
landseker, homa eker. and the capitalis. seeking
pruolltli investment of his lucre in the wet. As
an advertising medium it he no superior in Mon
tana. or in the northwest.
Terms of Weekly Subscriptio :
One Year in Advance....................... 4.00
ia Mqnths ................................................... 2.50
Thae Months.......................................... - 1.
I le Cup .................... ........................... 10
The ODel YellowuoIo JewaMl
issued *evry morning. Monday eoeptaed. the
best daily newspaper in Montana. It eMtel the
franchise of the Western Amociatd Prr. theretLy
en.bling it to turansh its reademr every melrna
with ti, doings of the world of the day len., to
Setbher with the stock and general mark4 of the
east as well as at home.
Daily Subcription Rates:
e Year. In advane .....................................
I -I Montlh ................ ..... ................... I',.00
Three Monl hs......................................... .. ..1O
One Week, delivered n any part o to ert W
W. . KNNINT, PubMaher,
Jurnal Building, Miles City, Moaana.
Wm. H. OXLEY,
Liverpool, London, Globe
PH=CEIX FE INS. CO.
OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORE.
OV ST. UIW1, NO.
.Vlire Ibl. bolieltkd on Dwel.lnp,
HouMkbed Oeda Mad Pnfmi ftsk.
I0a with C. W. Ikva & Co., CeWer
Main and Bixtl Streem, Mile City. I
Uaner st Iat. Un&a
Catr & yl rops.
IMr sad luif aste of
Lquors and Cigars
IN THE CITY.
WhobaUt $aa P1ta
IN BULK OI aOOOKP
SatmoU tb OGuiate&d.
4 m*Tg *
Iplbrir^^rifrr^lr x^B^^ ^^ ^W^^H
-M & ERI,
Wholmes ms Unaa
Main Street, Miles City.
FOR FORT KEOGH,
We hasve lwa m MiMe a LaqU pfly 4
Pork and Veal.
Aab aviag rmcnly aII a Il
We "a bra"s a am m.sUne of
WOrtdenm fo Ho~li ~Pte id Il -
elv-TO oursel muMimr . Ouryrite aft s
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