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THE DAILY JOURNAL
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H. P. J.INUAUL. Pager.
Atrivl and Dparture of MaI.
besets mell ghew t 2:41p. i.
Weems mellt seM 1:15pWm.
Faller. malt attivc. M 1%:M p. U.
WKeerm mail rnlceet Sill p. M.
The County Commilsioun meet to
The Jail is receiving new boarders
The Muaopoldtau company still
keepM up It. lick. Billy Turur is a
xoo theatre manager.
Gas on the hotel arrival, and you
will My Miles City is the liv*liest
town on the line of the Northern Pa
II. E. Wolf has dl.iomd of his stock
of liquom that he had retaibed, to J.
&-hrmuer, a well known liquor dealer
Frank Conly, watcinjuan at the Jail.
i'lalues the honor of disovering a
street in the city known as Webeter
street. Where is It?
Dr. J. L. Jacobi, dentist, frmerly
of Trenton Row Boston. and tr the
peut year with the dental eomlany, of
6t. Paul, Is In eur city, with ble destal
toolo, arranging for an omff
Come down and see ms Christmas
gift. was the genark made yesterday
by a young lady to one of our young
pien, who is styled as the "nobbiest
looking meat market msa In town."
The boys who were'out for a little
thuee onJ'brirtnma are Just reovering
friw the e .ects, and a great many of
them are *vearilag never to touch,
tawte or handle any more of Miles
The new and handsome building he
ing etp ted icxt to the United States
land offce, is the property of the newly
orgatilsed and chartered Diamond R.
co.ilanly, and will be used for oflices
Of the company.
A. B. Wolf is in from his ranch on
Tongue river, and reports that a very
pliunt party took ,iae at the real
dve of G(trgxe Cutler on Chrisamat
le. Tie ranchern up Tongue river
aSe lately having numerous hope, and
a4e having an enjoyable time theee
lkg winter eveninga.
A. H. VaViVlerdea, will.give an old
time re-ution at his rsideuce on New
Year's Day. An Invitation is extendie
to all the cltisen. who came to this
part of the country in 1876. The ob
ject Is to have a aucial Ume and to talk
over the bright uad gloomy days of
bhat memorable year.
OC1. James Romebrough, proprietor
of the Merchaints, has opened a bar, to
Ie run In connection with him house.
Wesley Morrir is in charge. Every
body is familiar with the smilling face
of Wte, and whenever you are in need
of an eye-opener call on him. He will
stra.ighten you up for the day.
Thos. Irvine, Jr., our late sheriff,
wan among the poor children at their
Chrisutm tree, on Monday evening.
Mrs. Bernrd noticed lia white curls
in the crowd and seat him a stocking
of pop corn. Tom has carried a "pop"
so long, he was glad to get to the corn
-end happy as any poor child.
A. 0. Canfeuld, formerly Northern
Pnliec agent her, came down from
Billlnp a few day ago to spend
Chlrisunai. He has accepted the Io
lion as agent for the eompany at Liv
aIrtgun. and has left to enter upon
the diiwharge of his duties in the town
that in located Ia the windiest part of
the Yellowetone valley.
We ommaltted to mention in our last
leaue, of the arlivl la Ue city of M n.
J. H. t~ a Ma l, te wli of the popu.
laryougUs Der at Burtel h's store,
uad ler etNr IanL Clara fuilth. M rn.
Cipbeill hs heen vi.lting her friends
Lor ti pat three uoaUts at Fergus
FPalb, lianem t tMies Smith, cevnes
l|ere on a vilt, to Ibpoue acquainted
with Uie aseutry. "dy viirtur. are
always weaOnnm ansng us,
bow @!!e MW way
W11111 nowM sMI m m s Mend«.
We have Wsive4 a '"putal card'
IfttetS to a N r Year's 1ll to be
rA Ithe I ManlUl boum, U(kldive,
ee arI t Sb 'ppear
amf iven tM them are no
Ils t f leadlive,
we see that
a rit, It em theo
af t Whe enO-"
psr w9 v ad W .ld
IB to have n '
tW itarke a VCl4 4vit Uf.
ie ~Ptunn to wr te yur aivtathk e
lM-W" | iyou wrt n$a thrll rintwd ,
H. M. Kelly, of the firm of Dial &
Kelly, mauufteturenr of stock sddle,
with headquaerlem t Ogden. Utah, is
In the city. Mr. Kelly has been with
C. H. &A . ý . Collins, of Cheyenne,
Wyomnlag, br the past few yerr,
Swhbse mdls are used by narly all
the cattlemen iu the weat. Hi, virit
here In the city in to look i a location
to ertaliblh a branch house. He
nseaks in very favorable terms of
Milei City, and thlnks it will roun le
colnic the main cattle shipping point
of this territory and northweatern|
The Iboy who rail under the title as
dwellers of "Saint'n Rest" gave a little
wine party on t'hristumal day at the
Grand C ntral lotel. Thmre who im
bibed freely of Mumm'p Extra Dry
were Judge W. E. (otter, clerk at the
hotel, and his asistant, Albert Ken
nedy, H. H. (lerrish, L. . Hubbell,
F. McAllister, L. C. Dear, Jm. Swerd
iger, Abe LeRoy, Chu. Wood, and
ChaM. Littell. At one o'clock the
doom of the diliug room were thrown
open to the guestsby the mailing lady
walters and the prty took seats at
one table, where al the luxuries the
market affirded In the line of eatable
were served up to the party.
Aman otheraamusements on Christ
ma night, wa the pabr children's
Clhristnas tree. They were there,
plenty, all ages and sies, all saxious
to secure front seats and their prewnts.
Everything paud effnicely and pleas
antly, and every obild went away
hIppy, and all lead n their praise of
"Mm. 8anta Claus." The evening's
exerclHen were opened by Judge lRos,
presiding at the organ, who rendered
some very fine selectlon, from Moart,
which were loudly applauded, show
ing that the childreni uppreelate good
nmjuic, as well as the older ones. Rev.
Mr. Horsfall asked the children onmie
very appropriate questions conacerniing
Christnmas and the birth of Christ, I
which all were repliet to with alacrity.
The presents were then distributed.
Mr. Graham, Mr. Ruoe and Mr. Ber
nand aaisted Mr. Bernand in takitig
the gifts rron the tree, and au each
name was called, the little one came
forward and got his or her gift. The
presents were very nice and pretty, as
well as useful. Among other thinge
given to the children, were overshoes,
cape, gloveaf mittens, drease for the
little girls. as well as a bag of catndy
and nuts for every one. The tree was
loaded down and very handsonmely
liglhted by candles, fgir.ig great credit
and honor to the lady who so well
managed the entertainment. Too
much prale can nlt lie given Mr.
(ould for bhlsenerosity in helping the
manager along by giving her the free
use of his mammoth hall.
The citisens of Miles City are a
people of nightly religion. Few attend
the mornlag services. If it was gen
erally known that as muchb study was
givesn by the difbrent pastors on their
morning prepgratrioms as 'the evening,
a fuller attendaace would be guaran
teed. Last Sunday morning the 88d
verse of the 16th chapter of St. John
was the subject of Rev. Win. Horsfall's
remarks-"And I have declared unto
them Thy inae, and will declare it;
that the love wherewith thine hust
loved me may be In them and I in
.hem." To have the Slvior's iIlace
we must drink of His cup and be bap
tised in His faith. It was not the
fruit that Eve plucked and ate that
.umed the curie upon the world, but
the seeds of the desire ,,f evil in her
heart. The source of sorrow is sin.
How are you to appear on the Judy
ment day to obtain a seat at the Iordm
right? In order to obtain this ever
Ulsting)oy we should clothe oursellves
In purfty, lean upon His breast and
obey Hls word. Have faleith in His
cros, and out of this will come our
salvatlons. In all time of trlibulaton,
trust In Him, and abound in his
works, and your labor will not be
O4ld setrs. As melis.
All old settlers who were here in
1876 are requested to meet at J. J.
rshaim's store, at two o'clock sharp,
Monday afternoon, January 1, when
they will repair in a body and eall
on Hon. A. H. Van Vlierdeu, who Is
one of them. Only T6er are Invited.
The following named gentlenen are
-muong those exected : N. Borchardt,
Chas. $rown, lm Burleigh, James
Coleman, George Carter John Blake
ey, TiI blandenburg, Frank Wester
ville, J. . Graham, Andrew Burleighl,
Walter Burleigh, A. H. VanVlierden,
Jack Johnson, Chus. Havage, J. M.
Turner,Mr. Outgeuell,and many othern
who calnot now be rmemebered. . All
eas on Us use.
CharleyI OGarrett, the colored "gem
men" who was titled as eoak at the
later-Oeean, got up on his er before
breaknst esterday morniag, and
thought he could play de sinch
gnmae, and poli disarded his
)ar - p and mdlled fr his tine.
The polite and attentive waltes,
Utubs and Helen, were proa.pt t. li
the poalstom a e.aks and waiters at
the tame the, the result being that
the best meal was erved up on that
eemlon u dnes the botel was started.
Mmtana le a oated country ae rustlers
and the lady walters t theI atsOea
Smgud amplea for nothes to vesa
t aemeles a by.
C-l. J. U. G weuseve, o(ew Yeah
S mthe eost eteer . u
It A. O. I
Ica a ' one w
and is puw rmo remut or
'. sOnlma's visit to No. York Is
emes4 mhe Usa" et aUmugs
SDe yet 8herlfHank Bloom, arr;ied
I se city yesterday, tnfrom Blliln,
with Jerry UCoey who lI charged
with the killing r I'atrick Dwyer, at
th above mentioned town, at about
mldnight on Christmas Eve. We
tve Ite particulars as stated to us bty
Eth the pri-saer and Deputy lberiif
Bloom. A JOURNA, representatlve
called at the county juil last evenilg,
anrd through the k adnle or the jailor,
was given perminion to inlter'view the
prisoner. He stated that the dimculty
arose out of an old grudge whi.c
Dwyer said he wished to settle, anll
settle It only with a six-shooter. They
were both employed as section hands
on the rhilrnmud, and the shooting ,.(*
curred in the meetion house, both
partles at th' time being under the in
luence of whisky. Dwyer made sev
eral gun plays on Cokvy about an hour
before the shoot occurred, and which
In every instance, he, (Cokey, tried'o
persuade him to let up on the idea of
that kind and to settle. He thought
at the time that he retired to his bed,
that the matter was settled, but was
called on by Dwyer to comue down
stairn, which at last he did, and as he
came towards the head of the stairs, he
encountered his enenmy who had a gun
in his hand, and who made the remark
that he would kill him, or words to
that efbet. Whereupon Cokey pulled
a 44-100 slx4hhooter and shot Dwyer
twice, one ball tsaaing efbet in the
stomach, the other penetrating cise to
the heart. He fel to the fl.or anddied.
A few ninutes afterwards Cockey was
arrested by Hank Bloom but resisted
for some time and flnally aeme out
from behid a building, with his ands
up. He had a hearing before a Blling.
ju.ticeofthe peace, and was houind
over to await the action of the next
ter of oourt. These are the partliu
lars as they were given to u., anrd until
furtllher heard fronm, we have no reason
Sto i ionltradlt the ltatemi.ent.
John lyice.h, whose horses were
stolen, anld who recovered them by
nadvertis'ng through tile columlnis of
the Jou'RNAs.. is In the city, looking
brighter than a iutterfly in Junle.
A. B. Curry is In the city, shaking
haeld' witm lie lunumerous friend,. He
is en route to Livingston, to enter inlto
partershilp, ill tile Imerchandiae busi
neir with nliith & Haggy, formerly of
Will Stewart, of Philadelphia, Pa.,
has. teen in town the past two days.
He was during tihe era of steanmboats
inl this country before; now, however,
lie comles with tile cars and goes to
Livingston, to help out Station Agent
Canfield withll Il work.
iMr. F. L. Chamlberm, whio Just ar
rived frmn thei ant to take charge of
the Western U'nion Telegradph olice in
this city, is one of the best operators
in their nmploy, anlid the JOURNAL tllis
morning pul.litiles, tile nmost complete
report ever receivetd here.
profitable employnltnt at this olce.
Addrnw, DA IIv JocRaAl,
tf Milea City, N. T.
The finest asortnment of candy at
W. B. Anlrewn & ('o's. In pound
boxes, only fltty cenlt. ftft
Skaters take notle,. Before you go
skating call it McAunland' (Creed
moor Anrorv and buy a iair of Peck
& Snyder's Anmerican club skates.
The elehratnd Mary V Stuart perfume
at W. B. Andrews A to. 6Stf
One thousand ueful artl.les suitable
for pree.nts any day in the year, at
prices whillch prove that we are cemes
less and tireles toilers after trade.
86-tf MLWI& A rIIV aYL.
In the name of the new first-elss
i o.ter house recently opened under
the First National bank.. A. Bouth's
bulk oysters 7I cents per quart. 81tt
Rogers Br.'. plated knives, forks
and spoons at reduced prices.
45i-tf MI I.am & S1TrarLI .
All kinds of hot drinks to suit all
weather and taste artistically cam
pounded at the Ieg skiloon. ltt
A Donmesti sewing nachine would
make a very acceptable Christmnias
prwselt. It b a pleasure to use them.
Call and see them
66-tt MiD n.ss A I TB vLL.
DIurng the holidays Mr. Wm. E.
Turner will run thme C.amololitan
theatre, and will endeavor to plese
you all. 5l.-0
Beef tea and hot Soteh la the favor
ite drink at the ildeboard. llt
Eunmine W. B. Andrews & Co's.
superior le of Auoy goods belre
huying. Spesal holiday priose am
glegant tolet msett entirely new
very handssu and cheap at
Istfl MILsm A T3raVMLL.
Cboles brads of liquors at Keg
As eat stook of poket knlves,
tbile kalves ad tlks, eavil knlve
sore. ad., sntlde for bod pre
meats. Our mra wll fars a ms
tsee o the l m. ts flips ia bar
w eks. py a
I-t1 s lsmh WeavLL.
lliiqu e r w aS ees dnd . o t
Cl* bulk eyass S
t . m w-s o
Buy. your pernme of W. B. An
drews & Co. They have the meet
tomplete and best line of bulk goods
In the city. 5e.
MeSee. .t Doent.elMs.
The copartnership heretobre exist.
Ing between the underbigned, under
the firm name of Leighton, Jordan -
Co. Is this day diseolved by mutual
consent of the parties. All aaciunts
due said firm must he paid to Joseph
Leighton or Walter B. Jordan, at their
offiee in Miles (ity, M. T.
WAT~R B. JoRDAN,
Dated Miles City, MI. T., Dec. 1,188!.
Press fse Sadle.
One Washinglto 8-codumn hand
printing press, formerly used in this
oltiee also, about 3N0 Iaounds of bour
geois Iady type and about 21) pounds
of minion,.al in good order. The ma
terial is sold to make room fbr our new
steam iress and new dress. Will be
mold chteap for cash, or time given to
responsible parties. Address
4Wt PUBLIsrHm JoURMNAL.
Caamt withot/ Pale
sme I aef CrN Ca di t
ltwty, eamL thin. ad tas Mnr. Care a
vmrye. Tie ti. Prl'e Aesm. Tb samelus
up re i ale d easuefatsm d emly
d~.J~. R. Hda, [.r ~Iamapo Miss.
ed MMby W. A .lCo.l r _d
desalm Ia all klads o pleat i iles
Cit, Masts... d41lthlw
Uner 1st Nat. Bank.
Carter & Ly lProps.
et and Lrgest took of
Liquors and Cigars
IN THE CITY.
Wholesale an Retail.
IN BULK OR COOKED
In Every Style a Specialty.
Satisfaction is Guaranteed.
wevrytblu Fres. Nalu sad NmIs. The Teoni
Plhe is Tows. I
CHRISTMAS. NEW YEARS.
WE uIALLEINGE COIPABISON OPF IR10S.
Presents I Presents
Prices Lower than the Lowest
J.Basinski & Bro.
TOYS, SILVERWARE, JEWELRY,.
Notions aia Fascy Goods.
Call and' Eramine Goods, et
Prices and Compare then wit
Otu"a" By ro t
W.B. ANDREWS & CO.
CiAMlly Comlp.ud" D.o er Mgli.
ID A . C BIRAU, . S. A.
Ilula I eGor In our iore, where he ci be 9em6
nul*tl at any hour after 3 p. in.
CIGARS. FANCY GOODS.
RF~IEMItE TlHE PLA'r:
W. B. Andrews & Co.
Ri.N OF TlHE