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Wednesday,December 17, 1882.
ThelUllA'JcCkNAL can be procured eeery^erning fruni ^ ^ orne af elllctmt nmaliuy* un the^^ recta or at our rtMMliig ruunm.
BAPTISTaOMI, Corner of Palmer find^Truth Street. Mervices at 11 a.m.and Ml r.a.^^eery Sunday, rttinday Neliuol at 1^ a m, 1'itiaena^^ad 1 rniiK^t^ cordially ftitited.
kkv.(.j. 1^. downey. Pantor.
CATnoUCCUT KB, Main Street corner trf^Ttnth. Kct. l.lndt*.uiith, Pastor.
EPISCOPALCHURCH, Rsr. Horafall pastor.^Semees at 11 a. m in Chanel an NiMH Mesa*
RKSBYTKKIAN CHURCH. Serrices will I*^held in the new building- of Cai, (jotihl's^Main Street, iwar Joiknal oflkce. Preaching at^M a. m. Xahuath School at 10 a. m. OMwSM aud^siranRi r^ cordially invited.
BP. UnnUL, Pastor.
Arrivaland Departure of Mai la.
Easiervmailelnsre at 1 U |^ m.^Western mail cloaea at ll l ^ p. m.^Eastern mul arrives at H Ml p. in.^Wrelero mail arrives at .t l^. p. in.
TheCounty Commissioners meet to-
TliffJail la receiving new boarders^dally.'
TheCosmoiMilitan coiripuny still^keeps up lta lick. Billy Turner is a^K'Xxl theatre manager.
Gazeon the hotel arrivals, ami you^will say Miles City is the livlie^t^town ^^u the lino of the Northern Pu-^fitie.
II.K. Wolf has .1 isinwetl of his stock^of lienors that he linn retained, lo J.^fck-hr* iner, a well known liquor dealer^of Kozenutn.
Frank(!only, wuteinnan at the Jail,^1 lniii's the honor of discovering a^sinei in the city known as Webster^^treet. Where is it
Pr.J. L Jaeolx, dentist, formerly^of Trenton Row, Hoslon, and for the^niist year with the dental comiwtiiy, of^fct. Paul, is in our city, with his dental^toolti, arranging for tin office.
Comedown and see my Christmas^plft. was the remark made yesterday^hy a young lady to one of our young^men. who is styled a* the ^nobbiest^looking meat market man in town.
TheIsiys who were out for a little^time on^Jhristinas are Just recovering^ft^ un the etleet.-. and a great many of^them arc sv-eariug never to touch,^fast- or handle any more of Miles^City's liquors.
'Ihe new ami handsome building !^e-!^inir, ereeted next to the Uuited Slaten j^Irtud office, is the property of the newly j^organized ami chartered Diamond K.^company, mid will be Used for offices
A.D. Wolf is in from his rsuch on !^Tongue river, and reports that u very !^pleasant party took place at the real-1^deuce of (Jtsirtru Cutler on Christiiisk^Eve. Tl.e ranchers up Tongue river^are httelv having numerous hops, and \^^fc having an enjoyable time these^long winter evenings.
A.H. Van Vlierden, will give an old :^time re-union at his residence ^^n New-^Year's Day. An invitation is exteinM^to all the cititen* who came to this j^part of the country in 187^. The 00-1^ject is to have a social lime and to talk '^over the in mlit aud gloomy days of^.that memorable year.
Col.Jamen Kosebrough, proprietor^of the Merchants, has opened a bar, to ,^he run in connection with house.^Wesley Morris is in charge. Every^^body is familiar with the smiling face !^pf Wes, and whenever you ure in need^of an eye-opener call on him. He will :^ktraighteii you up for the day.
Tims.Irvine, Jr., our late slieritr, I^rvas among the poor children at their !^*'hristmaatree, on Monday evening.,^Mrs. Kernard noticed his white curls^iu the crowd . nd sent him a Htockinx^of pop corn, Tom has curried a ^pop^^aolouir, In was glad to get to the corn^^end happy as any poor child.
M.M. K..lly. of the firm of Dial 6^Kelly, manufacturers of stock saddles,^With headquarters at Ogdeii, Utah, is j^in the city. Mr. Kelly has been with j^C. H. ^ (5. 8. Collins, of Cheyenne,^Wyoming, for the |^nst few yerrs,^whose saddles are used by nearly all j^(lie cattlemen in the west. His visit^here in the city is to look tip a location j^to establish a branch house. He^^.peaks in very favorable terms of^Miles City, ami thinks it will soon be-
1n the'main cattle shipping point
ofthis territory uud northwestern*^Wyoming.
Theboys who sail umler the title as^dwellers of ^Saint's Kent^ gave a little^wine jiarty on Christnita day at the^(irand Ct ritnil hotel. Those whti im^^bibed freely of Mumin'i Extra Dry-^were Judge W. E. Cotter, clerk at ihe^hotel, and his assistant, Albert Ken^^nedy, H. H. (Jerrlsh, L. H. Hubliell,^F. McAllister, L. C. Dear, Jos. Swerd-^tiger, Abe- LeRoy, Clras. Wood, and^( has. Littell. At one o'clock the^doors of the dining room were thrown^open to tlie guests by the smiling lady^wallers, and the party took seats at^one table, where all the luxuries the^market afforded in the line of eatables^were served up to tlie party.
Amongother amusements on Christ^^mas night, was the poor children's^Christmas tree. They were there,^plenty, all ages and sizes, all anxious^to secure front seats and their presents.^Everything passed off nicely and pleas^^antly, and every child went away^happy, and all loud in their praise of^^Mrs. Kant* Clans.^ The evening's^exercises were opened by Judge Rises,^presiding at the organ, who rendered^some very fine selections from Mozart,^which were loudly applauded, show^^ing thut the children appreciate good^music, as well as the older ones. Rev.^Mr. Ilorstall asked the children some^very appropriate questions concerning ,^Christmas and the hi it It of Christ,^which nil were replied to with alacrity.^The presents were then distributed.^Mr. Graham, Mr. Posh and Mr. Ber-^nand assisted Mrs. iiernuild in taking^the gitls from the tree, and as each^name was called, the little one came^forward and got his or her gift. The^presents were* very nice ami pretty, as^well as useful. Among other things^given to the children, were overshoes,^caps, gloves, mittens, dresses for tlie^little girls, as well as a bag of candy^and nuts for every one. The tree was^loaded down and very handsomely^lightvd by candles, givi ig great credit^and honor to the lady who so well^managed the entertainment. T^^^^much praise can not lie given Mr.^(rould for his generosity in helping the^manager along by giving her the free^use of his mammoth hall.
Croaaedthe It a use at Billings.
DeputySheriff Hank liloom, arr.ved^in the city yesterday, from Hillings,^with Jerry Cokey,^who is charg.-d^witli the killing of Patrick Dwyer, at^the above mentioned town, at about^midnight on Christmas Eve. We^give the particulars as stated to us by^both the prisoner mid Deputy Sheriff^Bloom. A Jocknai, representative^called at the county jail last evening,^aud through the kin (in ess of the jailor,^was given permission to interview the^prisoner. He stated that the difficulty^arose out of an old grudge whnn^Dwyer sahl he wished to settle, and^settle It only with a six-shooter. They^were both employed us section hands^on the railroad, and the shooting Mr*^curred in the seel ion house, both^parties at th ' time being under the in^^fluence of whisky. Dwyer made sev^^eral gun plays on* (Jokey about an hour^before the shoot occurred, ami which^in every instance, he, Cokey, tried^persuade him to h t up on t he 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 come down^stairs, which at lust he did, and as he^came towards the head of the stairs, he^encountered his enemy who had a gun^iii his hand, and who made the remark^that he would kill him, or words to^that effect. Whereupon Cokey nulled^a 44-1(10 six-shooter, and shot Dwyer^twice, one bull taking effect in the^stomach, the other penetrating close lo^the heart. He fell to the floor and died.^A few minutes afterwards Cockey was^arrested by Hank Bloom, but resisted^for some time, and finally ^anie out^from behind a building, with his hands^up. He hud a hearing before a Billings^justieeoftbe peace, and was bound^over to await the action of the next^term of court. These ure the particu^^lars as they were given to us, ami until^further heard from, we have no reason^to contradict the statement.
drewsi^Co.^TmT ^'Hve^heB'im^i W. R. ANDREWS ft CO.
completeand best line of hulk gtssls 1 ^ 1 *^^ M W WVf
iuthe city. 5otf
Theeopartiieiship heretofore exist^^ing between the undersigned, under^the tirm name of Leighton, Jordan A^Co. is this day dissolved by mutual^consent of the parties. Ali accounts^due said linn must he paid to Joseph^Leighton or Walter B. Jordan, at their^office iu Miles City, M. T.
Wai.tkkB. Jokdan,^Mounts Cahn.^Dated Miles City, M. T., Dec. I, 1*82.
OneWashington H-column hand^printing press, formerly used in this^office; also, about .'ii*^ pounds of bour^^geois Issly type and about lSN^ pounds 1^of minion, all in gmsl order. The ma^^terial is sold lo make room for our new^steam pi-ess and new dress. Will lie^sold cheap for cash, or time given to^responsible parties. Address
43tfPUBUXfMI Jot itNAl..
PftDMOc^rrd without Pain DlltallAMC
UUnMOorSoreneeeif you will DUMIUrlO^only u^e Lieblt a Corn Cure aa directed. It driea^ihatantly, aoila nothing, and takea Mr. Corn os* 1^eiery time, Try'it. Price 'Jfi cenia. The bsbjssm^put up in yellow wrapper* and manufactured only^by Joa. K. Hefliin, orugKixt, Minneapolia. Minn,^and eold by W. Jt. Andrews A Co., lirunikla, and 1^dealers in all kinds of patent aedicinm, Milea^car. Montanadll ll'w
Thecitizens of Miles City are a^people of nightly religion. Few attend^tlie morning services. If it was gen^^erally known thai as much study was^giveii by the different pastors on their^morning preparations us the evening,^a fuller attendance would be guaran^^teed. Last Suuduv morning the.Ml^verse of the lHth chapter of St. John^was the subject of Rev. Wm. Horsfall's^remarks^^And I have declared unto^them Thy name, and will declare it;^that the love wherewith those hast^loved me may he In them and I iu^them.^ To have the Havior's peace^we must drink of His cup and lie bu|^-^tised in His faith. It was not the^fruit that Eve plucked and ate that^cau.-ed the curse upon the world, but^the seeds of the dee,ire of evil in her^heart. The source of sorrow is sin.^How uic you to appear on the judg^^ment day to obtain a seat at the Lord's^right^ In order to obtain this ever^^lasting joy we should clothe ourselves^iu purity, lean upon His breast and^obey His word. Have faith in His^cross, and out of this will come our^salvations. In all times of tribulation,^trust in Him, aud abound in his^works, aud your labor will not be^in vain.
JohnLynch, whose horses were^stolen, aid wlur recovered them by^advertis ng through the columns of^the Jot Kvw.. is in the city, hsikiiig^brighter than a butterfly iu June.
A.B. Curry is in the city, shaking^hands with his numerous friends. He^is en route to Livingston, to enter into^partnership in the merchandise busi^^ness with .Smith 4: Huggy, lormerly of^Huntley.
WillStewart, of Philadelphia, Pa.,^has lieen in town the past two days.^He was during I he era of steamlsmis^In this country before; now, however,^he 1 nines with the cars and goes to^Livingston to help out Station Agent^Cuntlcld with bis work.
Mr.F. L. Cliamliers, who just ar^^rived from the (a^t to lake charge of^the Western I'nion Telegraph office in^(his city, is one of the best operators^in their employ, mid the Jochnai, this^morning publishes tlie most complete^report ever r^( oived here.
Twoprinters can find steady and^profitable employment at this office.^Address, Daily Jui iixai,,^tfMiles City, M. T.
Thefinest assortment of candy at^W. B. Andrews A Co's. In |*mnd^Isjxes, only tiity cents. Mtf
Skaterstake notice. Before you go^skating call at MeAiislund's Vreed-^iu(m)r Armory and buy a pair of Peck^A Snyder's American club skates.
Thecelebrated Marv Stuurt perfume^at W. B. Andrews A Co. atitf
Onethousand Useful urticlcs suitable^for presents any day in the year, at^prices which prove that we are cease^^less and tireless toilers after trade.
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A.(). Cunliuld, formerly Northern^Pscifi agent here, came down from^Billings u lew days ugo to spend^Christmas. He has accepted the posi^^tion as agent for the company at Liv^^ingston, and has left to enter upon^the discharge of his duties iu the town^that is located in the windiest part of^the Yellowstone valley.
Weomiultted to mention in our last^issue, of the arrival in tlie city of Mrs.^J. H. Campbell, the wife of Ihe popu^^lar youi ^' tinner at Burleigh's store,^a^nd her sister Miss Clara Smith. Mrs.^Campbell has been visiting her friends^for tne psaH three months at Fergus^Falls, Minnesota. Miss Hnilth comes^here 011 a visit, to become acquainted^With the country. Lady visitors' are^always welcome among us,^aftd we hope that she may sojourn^here, tine will make numerous friends.
Wehave received a ^ptwtal card1^Invitation to a New Year's ball to he
ve^at the Merrill house, Ulendive,^ondsy evening. Prom tlie appear-^a^er ot the card, which la written, we^are led to believe that there are no^prt-jtinf office* la the city of Ulendive,^aatd by a further perusal we see that^they think editors are rich, from the^remark In one corner of ihe card^^lit^per e^Mfse.^ We would advise the
Sen1 leu-Mi la future to have printed^ivitatlous, as a hall ta more generally^Judged by Its Iu vital ions than any-^tifug else. (Jive your paper* a^chalice to make a dollar; don't ask^some penman to write your invitations^gTatis when you can get them printed,
JjUiU much lleaUr shape.
11 old settlers who were here in^187ti are requested to meet at J. J.^(irahum's store, at two o'clock sharp,^Monday afterntsin, January 1, when^they will repair iu a body and call^on Hon. A. H. Van Vlierden, who Is^one of them. Only ^Mers ure invited.^The following named gentlemen are^among those expected : N. Borchardt,^Chas. Brown, Tim Burleigh, James^Coleman, (ieorge Carter. John Blake-^ley, Til Blandi nburg, Frank Wester-^ville, J. J. Graham, Andrew Burleigh,^Walter Burleigh, A H. VuuVlierdeii,^Jack Johnson, Chss. Savage, J. M.^Turner,Mr. (iutgesell.uniJ many other-,^who cannot now be remembered. All^are invited.
Isthe name of the new first-class^oVster house recently opened under^die First National bunk. A. Booth's^bulk oysters 75 cents per quurt. ill tf
Rogersliros'. plated knives, forks^and spiHiiis at reduced prices.^^VJ-tfM1 i.i:^ A Ml^!Kiel*
Allkinds of hot drinks to suit all^weather and tastes artistically com^^pounded at the Keg sahsin. Hf
ADomestic sewing machine would^make a very acceptable Christmas^present. It is a pleasure to use them.^Call and see them
Gotod Hla Ear.
CharleyGarrett, the colored ^gem- j^men^ who was titled as cook at the^Inter-Ocean, got up on his ear before '^breakfast yesterday morning, and^thought he could play a deud sinch^game, and poluely discarded his ^^rreueh cap and called for bis time. ;^The polite and attentive wallers,^Kittle ami Helen, were prompt to All^the position as cooks and waiters at^the name time, the result being Unit^the best meal was served up oil thut^occasion since the hotel was started.^Montana is a noted country for rustlers^and the lady waiters at the I uter-(X-ean^are g^ od samples for others lo govern^themselves by.
Col.J. M.Uilderslcevc, of New York^City, purchased the first eighteen feet^east of Whitney's butcher shop, on^Main street, of A. (). Cumpflcld, for^WMt thousand dollars. The transfer^was recorded yesterday. The sale was^made through Mr. J. J (Jruham. and^is thought to be a g(s^d one for (he
Sipbaser, ami is one more result of^r. Graham's visit to New York last^summer.
Duringthe holidays Mr. Win. K.^Turner will run tlie Cosmopolitan^theatre, and will endeavor to please^you all.^_ 6H-(lt
Beeftea and hot Scotch la the fuvor-^itedrinU at the Sideboard. 3(itf
ExamineW. B. Andrews A Co's.^superior line of fancy goods liefore^buying. Special holiday prices are^given. ftdtf
Eleganttoilet setts entirely new-^very handsome and cheap at^5u-tfM1 i.i-.s A Stkkvkll.
Choicebrands of liquors at Keg^sah sin. 1-tf
Anelegaut stock of pocket knives,^table knives and forks, caving knives^razors, Ac., suitable for holiday pre^^sents. Our razors will force a mus^^tache on the smoothest lips In four^weeks. Try it aud see.
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Donot pass the Keg saloon without^dropping In for a nice drink of good^liquor or a flue cigar. 1-tf
WhenIn want of oysters cooked In^every style go to the Oyster Ocean,^the best nlaee Iu town to get fresh^oysters. A. Booth's bulk oysters 75^cents per uuart. JUf
CarefallyCoapauawea Day sr xi.at.
Under1st Nat. Bank.
Finestand Largest Stock of
IVBULK OH COOKED^in leery Ityts ^ specialty.
DR,A. C. 6IRARD, U. S. A.
IIm.iii offirr in our ttorv, whrre h** can \m^Kultcl ml an; hour ^ll^*r J p. lit.
CIGARS,FANCY GOODS.^BOTTLE CORDIALS.
RKMIMIIEU THE I'L.tre. :
W.B.Andrews ^ Co.
EeerrthiiiKFresh. Neat and Nice. The Tonieal GOLDEN MORTAR.
WE(CHALLENGE A COMPARISON OF PRICES.
PricesLower than the Lowest
Notionsand Fancy Goods.
Galland Examine Goods, get
Pricesand Compare them with
Others,and Buy from the cheapest.