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Saturday,December 13, iMs.
TheDAILY JOURNAL can b* procure beery^erainf from a carp, of efflririit nrw.uoya on the^OimU er atwur counting ruoma.
APTISTfllLHCn, lorner of Palmer and^^j Tmth tftrre*. Serricee at 11 a.B.aad 7.30 r.B.^I^*rj sunder Nuada. Suool ^t iu i.K. Citiaeaa^an* ttraaftra lurdxlly
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CATHOLICCllUKCH, Maari Strati corner of^Truth. Rot. lJudv^uHk, Paeter.
MWXiPAl.t'HIKOH, Re^. Henfell paeter.^Herelre. at 11 a. a.ia Ckayelaa Palmer ttraai.
PRKPBYTERIANCHTRt'll. Sereleee wall be^bald in the new l^uildinc of CaJ, 'iotild'.^gain Street, near Joi'KMAL aascr. Prrecblruj at^11a. M. Sabbath School at 10 a. a. Cttiien. aad^^Iranian oardially Inrited.
e.P. Lhoim.l, Paaear.
Arrivaland Departure of Mailt.
Eartemmail clawa at 2:45 p. m.
Vealrrnnail cloaca at 11:1 ^ p a.
Baeterumail arrive, at li s*'p ah ,
WeetaraBail arrireeat .^^ 1* p. m.
Chrirtutastree* bring good prion.
Therelfbratt-tl Mary St unit iMffume^at W. B. Andrews A Co. 5Ktf
Severalbull truins hauling hay to^towu blocked tlie streets yesterday.
Abig sleigh in i^ party were making^the main thoroughfares lively last^oight
TheQUndivr. Time* bus arrived and^looka bright and newsy, aad waa *^ii-^lajged aa promised.
Reportsreach ua from M agin n la, that^a twenly-one foot vein bait been struck^in tlie Collar mine.
Thefinest assortment of candy at^W. It. Andrews aV Co'a. In pound^boxes, only fifty cent*. 56tf
HunkHJoom, the man wbo always^wears a white hat, ia again been^promenading on our streets.
.1.H. Elliston, the engineer in charge^^^t theTonguerivtT ditch work, will^leave, for the east on Huaday.
BishopBrewer, of the Kplaoonal^ehurh, to expected ts vtoH If ilea City^early in January, aad apead a week or^two with us.
Thereis a a;nod opening in Miles^City for a bowling alley, and the^lucky inaugurator of this tiling will^make money.
HearySlaughter, who had his feet^frozen during the recent ooM snap,^bud one of them amputated yesterday^ty Dr. Lebcbcr.
O.MaLauglilln, the Park ntreet^blacksmith, baa gone to Daven)iort,^Iowa. Kb will return in a few weeks^with Mrs. McLaughlin.
Ed.Crealy, aherifT at Billings,^brought a prisoner down yesterday,^and pbvosd him under the watchful^eye of Aariff Johnson.
TheMerchants hotel will open up a^bar to-morrow to prepare for the ruah^for ^alcoholic stintulauts^ during the^near Christmas festivities.
Jake,^the rustler for Orsthel Bro's^met with a severe injury to his hand^yesterday while handling casks in the^liquor cellar of the Orschel Bru's.
T.J. Bryan has urrived from a brief^visit to his friends in Iowa.
Mrs.Jos. Lwun ^re. of Terry, was In^the city yesterday purchasing holiday
P.H. Withington, a well known^staH'k mull and ruiu-ncrof Junction, is^in town lor a lew days.
V,H. Uibbe, commercial traveler for^the firm of Dyer A Howard. (St. Taul,^srrived from Billiuir* yesterday.
S.K. Ainalee, superintendent of the^Yvllowstoue Division of the Northern^Pacific Mad, is autographed at the^inter-Ocean.
H.H. Mmid, the Billings banker,^MM down yesterday, to look after the^hankintf toadaaaj here. He is stopping^at the Inter-Ocean.
Mrs.Hognn'a many friends will^regiet to learn that she will leave^Miles City on the first of next mouth^to take up her permaueut residence in^Botenian.
Mrs.Jessie L. Wierick and child, of^Washington, D. C, is visiting her^brother, Dr. C. B. Lerajlier, who is^located at CapCCox's former residence^ou Pleasant street.
Buyyour perfume of W. B. An^^drews A Co. They have the most^complete nnd best line of bulk goods^iu the city. Mtt
Twopriuters can till*! steady and^profitable employment at this ollicc.^Address, Daily Journal,^tfMiles City, M. T.
Qnto the Itoaton Hoot and Shoe^store and see the finest stock of ladies^riippefi and shoes, etc., displayed in^Miles Citv.
53-56C. B. Towkks A Co.
PostmasterBorchardt lias received a^number of new lock boxes for the^postoffloe. They are very neat and^large and will be a great convenience^to the public
RobertLyons, of J unction City, to^in town purchasing supplies for the^Winter. Mr. Lyons intends starting^iu the dairy business on a large scale^at Maiden In the early spring.
GeorgeKeifer has bought the stock^and fixtures of the Tivoli hall from^Oalkei A Chapman, and has fixed the^place up In Bfst-clasH style, and stocked^the bar with the choicest brands of^goods that could be found la the^market.
Bya letter received from Buffalo.^Wyoming, we are advised that quite s^Uvely shooting scrape occurred at old^Fort McKlaney, oo the 11th iust., in^Which Col. Stanford was killed by T.^H. Franklin. Tbey were both cow^boys, wild and weedy, aad hard to^eurry.
Corkia,the man who robbed Wm.^Hamilton st Huntley last spring, and^Who wse tried and acquitted at tlx^last term ^f e^urt, turned up st the^same profession at Liviagston, but he^did not make it stick He was hung^by a party of masked men in that^town on Wednesday uight
Itis with pleasure that we erenow^able to state that Mr. W. K. Turn, r^has arranged to open the above theatre,^and that be has engaged a good com-
ttnyfor the opening night, which^IU be t^urghi, at 8 o'clock. It^will not be an all night shew, nor will^there be long waits betwe n the acts.^The pefronaanM wtB awunvence at^II o'clock sharp, aad a continuous^dhangeWUI, wobollsjvc, give general^Mtisfaotton, (hew aits whig a good^^now to be ma Ms* the Uteres* kept^op until UM. ittotsWught that this^abow will And peat favor with ear^i-itiseas, and thsft a njucb better st-^twidaaoa wiU sfisda the price of ad
Afull board of commissioners were^present at the meeting last night. The^bond of superintendent of public in^^struction was fixed at SI,(HA). The^following bills were allowed : Wm.^Wood, 112.80; C. W. Savage A Sons,^141.8ti; F. Fouler, 45.00; Fred Barrell,^93.00; W. E. Savage A Co.. 64.00; J.^Btsinski A Bros.. 32.20; J. J. Heed,^.01; J. P. Fox, 2.5n; Charles Brown,^65.00; W. A. Burleigh, Jr., 83.00; P.^H. Gallagher, 45.00; Wm. Carr, 120.00;^Frank Conley, 200.00; Wm. Conley,^300.00: L. B. Shoenlield, 50.00; H.^Leftier, 286.00; Louis King, 185.00. A.^J. Kimball was appointed constable at^Foray the. John Blakely was appoint^^ed road supervisor of district No. 6,^after which the board adjourned to^meet at 10.30 this morning.
DanBowman. Ptwier river; K^T. Johnson, Terry; J. Clark, Mispah;^Mrs. J. Weirick and child, Akron, O.;^K. M. Oibbs, SU Paul.
MikeMoris, Ceutreville; Pat Kil-^leen, Centreviile; Liuiv Yarnd, Bil^^lings; Kob't Lyons, Junction City; P.^S. Withington, Junction City.
B.K. McOurk, W. Baird. H. Bohan,^P. HhojH, ii. E. Davis, L. C. W^mkI, H.^It. Ainslee, Norther Pacific railroad;^Jesse Haston, Powder river; W. H.^Leeland, Brainerd; W. K. Hoott, Em^^igrant biggins; J. W. Henry, Brain^^erd ; H. H. Mund, Hillings.
W.C. Draper, Wm. Hasbrouck, 8.^Oraner, Maiden; Theodor Borup,^Junction C.ty; L. H. Howell, Bis^^marck.
Goto the show to-night. It
Partiesdesiring to have their pianos^timed or repaired can leave their orders^at the Cosmopolitan theatre, where^they will be attended to by
58-51*F. ft. Lbnard.
Freshcandies just shipped from^Chicago at Flaharty's. It
Choicebrands of liquors at Keg^saloon. 1-tf
Rememberthe Cosmopolitan theatre^opens to-night. it
Ifyou want anything In the jewelry^line call on Frank Si rout. He will^supply you at reasonable figures and^furnish a good quality of goods. 68-59
ADomestic sewing machine would^make a very acceptable Christmas^present. It Is a pleasure to use them.^Call and see them
missionbaa been rataciia to twenty-^five and nfty cents, with no free stot,^n^a at thai rate of admits Use, nt^ one^should expect to be admitted free. Wt^hope oar eiUsens will give Mr. Turner^the support and encouragement hie^theatre deserves, ami that It will be so^liberal that he will continue In keep^i ail the year round.
F'leganttoilet setts entirely new-^very hamls^^nie and cheap at^56-tfM t les A Stkkv k^ t..
WECHALLENGE A COMPARISON OF PRICES.
Onethousand useful articles suitable^for presents any day in the year, at^prices which prove that we are cense-^iess and tireless toilers after trade.
66-tfMilks A Stkkvkll.
Isthe name of the new first-elans^oyster house recently opened under^the First National bank. A. Booth's^bulk oysters 75 cents per quart. 31tf
Forthe next thirty days from date^the stock in II. Combs' Northern^Pacific book store will be sold at cost^prices to make room for an entire^re-equipment of the establishment.
MilesCity, Dec. 8th. 1882. 46-tf
RogersBros', plated knives, forks^and spoons at reduced prices.^56-tfMilks A Stktkli..
Allkinds of hot drinks to suit all^weather and tastes artistically com-^|M^unded at the Keg saloon. ltf
MissAnnie Bennett will beat home^on Christinas Eve, to entertain her^friends with a social oance. 56-58
RememberWm. Turner opens the^theatre to-night. It
Skaterstake notice. Before you go^skating call at McAualand's Creed-^moor Armory and buy a pair of Peck^A Snyder's American club skates.
Buyyour holiday presents of Frank^M. Slroiit He has on hund a fine^stock of watches, clocks, channe, gold^pens, rings, etc., etc. Everything is^warranted to be just as represented by^the proprietor, who Is always there to^attend to the wants of Ids patrons.^Remember the place, Main street, in^Dr. Lebcher's drug store. 68-6U
Duringthe holidays Mr. Wm. E.^Turner will run the Cosmosjafjtan^theatre, and will endeavor to please^you all. 68-0t
ExamineW. H. Andrews A (Vs.^-tipcrior line of fancy gtaxls before^iHjykng. Special holiday prices are^given.56tf
Anelegant stock of pocket knives,^table knives and forks, caving knives^rasors, Ac., suitable for holiday pre^^sents. Our rasors will force a mus^^tache ou the smoothest lips in four^weeks. Try it and see.
56-ifMilks A Sthkvkll.
Donot pass the Keg sahion without^dropping in for a nice drink of gissi^liquor or s fine cigar. 1-tf
Newjewelry at the Miles City jew^^elry store. Oo and look st the stock of
andbay something for your^In 6fw^9^F. M. Rpkoct, Proprietor.
WhenIn want o, oysters rooked in^every style go to the Oyster Ocean,^the best place In town to get fresh^ovstew. A. Booth's bulk oysters 76^cents per ouart.31 tf
offereddor i no th at
NOVELTIESOf Every Description at^48-60J. Babi nsk i A Bro's.
Themembers of Yellowstone lodge.^A. F. A A. M. are notified that the^annual election of officers will be held^at Union ball Saturday evening, the^23d inst., at seven o'clock. A full at^teudance to required.
E.A. Kkieoler, W. M.
OneWashington S- column hand^printing press, formerly used in this^office ; also, about 300 pounds of bour^^geois body type and alsiut 3H) pounds^of minion, all In gtssl order. The ma^^terial is sold to make room for our new^steam press and new dress. Will be^sold cheap for cash, or time given to^responsible parties. Address
Thecopartnership heretofore exist^ing Ix'tweeu the undersigned, under^the firm name of Leigbton, Jordan A^Co. is this day dissolved by mutual^consent of the parties. All accounts^due said film must I.e paid to Joseph^Leighmn or Walter B. Joidhii, at their^office iu Miles City, M. T.
JosephLeiohton.^Walter B. Jordan,^Mdkku Cahm.^Dated Miles City, M. T., Dec. 1,1882
Ihereby tender my most heartfelt^-thanks to'all who so promptly aided in^conquering the fire in my building ou^Park street, adjoining the Cnioii Hall,^Tuesday morning. December lnth, as^I am confident that only by their su
eerhunianand united efforts the^uildiag aud adjoining.buildings were^rescued by the untiring* firemen, of^which Miles City may well be proud.^I have the honor to remain very res^^pectfully, It j. F. Scum a i.hi.k,
Beeftea and hot Scotch is the favor^^ite drink at the Sidelxiard. 3jjh
PflPMCrur^^ ^ithnnt Pain^on !^ uaa Uehkfl Corn Ci
uraaa directed, It ilrie*
laelantlr,aaiu nutbinc, and lakea Mr. (!orn ot^^^ery time. Try 1l Price .'..centn. The genuine^put up in ralloa wrapper! and manufactured anlr^af Jot. R. lleain, firuggSH, Minnea|iolie. Mlna.^and told by Vr 11 InJnwiii o , DrugjrliU, and^dealen in all kinde ^f patent BtadicTnea, Hilea^City. Montana. del-lib-
Under1st Nat. Bank.
Carter^ Lynn, Props.
Finestand Largest Stock of
INBULK OR COOKED^la Beery fUyla a Bpettslty.
fewrrthiaf rreeh, Heat aad Nice. The Teniae*^Plana ia Tawa. %
PricesLower than the Lowest
Notionsand Fancy Goods.
Calland Examine Goods, get
Pricesand Compare them with
Others,and Buy from the cheapest.
BuyYour Holiday Gifts of
SpecialLow Prices given on
PERFUMESTHE MOST EXQUISITE
W,B, ANDREWS ^ CO,, Druggists,