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THE DAILY JOURi AL
3b4rday, Dember ,ss.
The DAILY JOURNAL sea be preued ersq
omewing tm a seeps .( etest sewateps a the
taests or at earse emnq reemS.
cBases aIeEt mst
BAPTWT CHURCH. Cower et Palmer sad
Tehsth eet. Snrvless t 1 A.MLd 7.11 P.-.
every ueaday. deSday Shboel at 1 A. U CINese
sd strangsp eerlls L aI.led.
RyV. G. D. D.W'ST, Pater.
CATHOLIC CHURCH, Main treet eamer of
Teeth. iev. Lladmith, astmenr.
EPISCOPAL CRURCrH Roe. Hertal p.er.
Merwiess at It A. .Lm Cpel m Palmu aet.
PREBBYTtRIAN CHURCH. Servlme will he
hel M I t he ne lk bal ( Cel. Gepd's
Main teltt. near JoeuRNA L e. Prsebhlg a
1a. U. ebMet b Shel at 0 A. . Citses ail
. P. Llmtrm. PMoer.
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
tern, mail closes at 2:4 . m.
Weters mal elosee at 11:15 p..
Rsters mail arrives t 11:50 a. .
Wesern mail arrivest 3:16 p. m.
New Year's day promises to be
The problem "8" has at last been
Quite a number of the ladles in the
city will reocive callers ao New Year's
Tho itorm doors at the Inter-Ocea
have been treated to a new cost of
The Young Men's Social Club
promises to give a grand hop on New
The Young Men's Soeial Club will
give a grnd hop in Gould's hall on
New Year's evening.
The man who broke into Nado's
warehouse a few days ago, had a hear
ng yesterday, sad was committed to
Jail on the charge of burglary.
PhUee Geesa sad Newr, were sold
on the streets yesterday, at ten cents a
copy, or two for a quarter. Of course
everybody bought a lstgle copy.
Matt Ilgen, who resides on a ranch
a sheet distime frloM town, has taken
the agency for the Olast ridinag aw,
mlanuactured in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Several of our leading business men
are playing a long game of euchre, the
Same being two and fifty points, the
losing party to "set up" an oyster
supper on New Year's day.
The swift roadster of Ernest Goet*
lieh's, ran away yesterday, while
Master Eddie was driving him on
Pleasant street. The only breakage
was the shafts of bran new sleigh.
L. A. Huanian, the photographer,
will have ready for the spring trade
fifty thousand views of the Yellowstone
National Park and Indian camps. As
an artist Mr. Hufmnan is chief in the
The ladies and gentlemen of the
Baptistchurch will give a Christmas
tree entertainment In the church this
evening, on the corner of Pleasant and
Seventh streets. A cordial invitation
is extended to all.
At a meeting of the First National
hank directors, held yesterday, it was
decided to allow all the earnings of the
liak to go into a surplus fund, thus
tmreasing the capital of the bank and
making a larger capital. The directors
report the bank to be in a flourishing
Sheriff Johnson brought up yester
day from (lendive D. W. Feller, who
was arrested on a warrant for conceal
ing property with the intention of
defrauding his creditors. He had a
preliminary examination before Judge
Walker and was held over until
further iuformltion in regard to the
matter could be obtained.
George Siavage is slightly diafigured
in the face, the results of being out
skating on Thursday evening, and
"4ilim" John, the clerk at Lebeher's
drug store, making a miuene In trying
to put on seian of his flourishes or
fancy skating, met the same fate.
Drug store olerks should he a little
more eareful and not creste a sens
tion of that nature.
An 05a ames meums.
J. C. McCartney, who was the $~t
white msa to beast at the iamameth
Buot Lprsp I the Yellowiene Na
tioal Ptrk, pased through the ity
yesteeday e his way to aosmem.
"Jiam" loated thee ia the year of 1871,
amd sae It his home since that time.
Sthe smmer eR 1877 he had sneral
clefts Gaob 6 the Ne. Peres ladihas,
ei bLm ha .k the palkmod ws u
the few sue" whe
ibe hsld a t or bh
Isasr the itn efO aid e river t
ehe X-e Sea m J e Ikem pasy.
aNb ,l C .ndw te wa Ls Ms eae
A 1i... lams..
Ike Morges, who has ebarge of
Meyer's Brothers herd of cattle on
Powder river, eturned yesterday fhm
St. Paul. An aooount was given soone
time ago, In the PfonMer Press, of the
arrest of a Montana cow boy in that
city, for disturbing the peace, and since
his return, a great many of his friends
here in this city, are under the impres
slon that he was the man the pollece of
St. Paul "took in." Mr. Morgan
wishes it distinctly understood that
while he was in that city, he was re
celving Instructions from a minister of
the Guspel, how to christianise Mon
tena cow boys, and consequently he
had'no time tq carouse around the
streets of that city, to cause any arrest
to be made on him.
Wtod s aer.row.
A young man who holds a clerkship
under a leading county official, stop
ped at a hardware store a few evenings
ago, and asked the clerk for the loan
of a pair of skates. He hinted that he
wanted them for a lady friend, whom
he wished to take out skating. The
quick witted clerk "tumbled" what
was up, and refu\sed to loan the fifteen
dollar pair of silver mounted skates,
but immediately strilees out and en
gaged the same lady to go with him
skating on the Miles City Skating
Rink. And if all accounts are true, he
made the young lady a present of the
nicest pair of skates that have ever
been shipped to this city.
al th*e *Osan."
H. W. Filbert, formerly night ope
rotor in this city, who is now located
at Livingston, reports to us that he is
now snugly located there in a building
10x12, and is compelled to sleep in a
bunk made out of slabs that were a
present to him; uses his boots for a
pillow, and catches mountain trout for
his breakfhst. He states that the town
presents a lively appearance, and will
soon become the leading city of the
Charles A. Lewis has returned from
a trip through the central and northern
part of the territory, where he has
been giving entertainments styled
"Nights of Enchantment." He is
very highly spoken of by the leading
papers in the upper country, and we
safely say that .his entertainments,
whleh he will soon give here, will
prove'amusing to all who go to see
TIe "Owl Club."
The "Owl Club" was in session un
til an early hour this morning, Mr. J.
C. Bushby being unanimously chosen
president of the organization. Robert
Dillon, the handbome young mail
agent. and Ex-Senator Thomas R.
Hopkins, of Bismarck, was appointed
a committee of two to open negotia
tlons with Bismarek merchants for a
supply of wet goods for New Year's
To-night the Installation of the
newly elected officers of Yellowstone
Lodge No. 20, A. F. & A. M., takes
place. Those fortunate enough to hold
invitations will doubtless all attend,
and a pleasant time is anticipated.
Go to the Metropolitan for a nice
warm room and irst-class board at
68-tf P. H. FISHER.
A general fund warrant, No. 2,567,
drawn Nov. 20, for $iU)1882. The finder
will confer a favor by returning the
same to this oflce, as payment has
Skaters take notice. * Before you go
skating call at McAusland's Creed
moor Armory and buy a pair of Peck
A Snyder'n American club skater.
sanm LeRoy, ex-clerk of the probate
court, has gone to Billings.
Jostph Leighton, banker and mer
chant, will arrive from the east Mon
Frankl M. Strout, the Jeweler in
Lebeher's drug store, will leave the
city next Sunday for a week's trip to
After being absent from the eity ten
days, Wm. Van Oaskin returned yese
terday from a busideas trip along the
line of the Northera Pacile between
here sad St. Paul.
Byrom Vrelaad, the architect who
hs been superintendlag the construe
ion of the court homes, left yesterday
Sr his home In Bosemam, being amled
away by a sok wlsb.
. Osmt, COs.mir ssi DsH bel ad
• l eR be t l yesd de r
be et. Mr. ubbll.wlll go New
Yek aiae, and Mr. Bris" to ft.
Loab, Theliq b wil. seml sn r
Mom V'as w
Mrs. 0. M. Miles, misted by the
Misses oam and arMei4mhn, will
receive on Years Day, at the reai
dence O. . Miles, betwere the hours
of ll a. n. and 6 p. m.
If the ladies iho intend receiving
New Year's Day, will send their names
to this office, and other particulars, we
will gladly publish the same.
A. B. Wolf, and fhmily, Tongue
river; Miss Jennie Flanders, Tongue
river; John Senate, Tongue river;
T. Darcy, N. P. R. R.; F. W. Ban, N.
P. i. R.; D. Orant, N. P. R. it.
H. T. Smith, Big Horn; H. J. Smith,
Big Horn; John Bowles, Big Horn.
A. McKay, Fargo, D. T. Ike Mor
gan, Powder river; W. (. Graham,
wife and child, Tongue river.
Miss Nellie Flanagan, Pumpkin
creek; James Winslow, and wife,
Tongue river; Sam Hastings, St. Paul;
Paul Hastings, St. Paul.
A .eateaa Cat.
One of the most wonderful exploits
we have heard of for a long time, was
performed the other day by a cat. The
animal some time ago was carefully
boxed up, anu taken by one of Col.
Comstock's men to his ranch on Hand
creek, near the Mizpah, distant about
sixty miles. When the team ar
rived at the ranch the box in which
the cat had been confined, was open
ed, and pussy allowed to roam about.
The cat stayed around the cabin for a
number of days, and then disaplpeared.
It was thought by those at the ranch,
that the animal had been killed by
wolves, and little more was said about
it. The other evening the cat came
into town, and went about her busi
ness as usual, catching mice. The
question now arises, how did the cat
know the way home, acroes the bad
lands, and where in some places there
was a poor trail, and what kind of
food she found along the route ?
Beef tea and hot BSotch is the avor
ite drink at the Sideboard. a8tf
All kinds of hot drinks to suit all
weather and tastes artistically com
pounded at the Keg saloon. ltf
Buy your perfume of W. B. An*
drews A Co. They have the most
complete and best line of bulk goods
in the city. 8otf
Miss Kittle Hardyman announces
that she will give a supper and dance
at her realdence, "No. 27," on Monday
evening, January 1st. The best of
music will be in attendance, and a
general invitation is extended. 62.64
When in 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 76
cents per oaart. 8ltf
Press for sale.
One Washington 8-column hand
printing pres, formerly used in this
ofimt 1; also, about 300 pounds of bour
ge4)os body type and about I pounllds
of uiiiilon, all In good order. The ma
terial is sold to make room for our new
steamn press and new dress. Will be
,old cheap for cash, or time given to
re-ponsible parties. Address
43tf PUI'LIKIIE JOURNAL.
Netice of DissolutoN.
The copartnt.ship heretofore exist
ing between the underpigned, under
the firm name of Leighton, Jordan &
Co. is this day dissolved by mutual
consent of the parties. All accounts
due said finn must be paid to Joseph
Lelghton or Walter B. Jordan, at their
office in Miles City, M. T.
WALTER Jf. JORDAN,
Dated Miles City, M. T., Dec. 1, 1882.
Two printers can find steady and
profitable employment at this office.
Addrew, DAILY Jo'LNNAL,
tf Miles City, M. T.
Exam ne W. B. Andrews & Co's.
superlor line of fancy goods before
buying. Special -holiday prices are
given. _ 6tf
Choice brands of liquors at Keg
galoon. _ 1tf
Netlce of Disolutle.
Notice is hereby given that the firm
of Carter and Lynn, doing buslnes a
the Oyster Ocean, has this day been
distolved by mutual conatnt, John
Carter withdawing from the finn.
William Lynn wll collect all monies
due the firm and pay all debts against
Miles City, M. T., Dec. 27, 182.
The fnest aMortment of eady at
W. B. Andrews A Co's. In pound
boxes, only fifty emo t. "MU
Do not pau the Ig salool without
dropping In for a niae drnk of ood
liquor or a lAe cigar. 1
In the name of e new flVpt-e
otor houM rqsystl opened und4
the First NaUona buk. A. Booth's
bulk oyster. 76 oeta per quart. 8Ult
The a hrbratmd Ym Beat I rtAi
atW.B. I idl>- l6 S
Pre bes s 5e "sI6s.
OmrIC oF THn BoaRD oP CoUNT1
CoxmsDuosat CuiC'sil o. M. T.,
Proposals are hereby invited for the
eonstruction of a bridge aersm Tongue
river slough, at the north-end of Park
street, in Miles City, M. T.; also for
the construction ofa bridge across
Pumpkin creek, at the most feasible
point near its mouth; and also for the
construction of a bridge acreosse Tongue
river at the upper crossing at A. B.
Wolf's ranch. Bidders to furnish
plans and speciflcations with bids; the
Board of County Counmmiloners re
serving the right to reject any and all
blds. Proposals to be addressed to
"The Clerk of the Board of County
Commissioners, Miles City, M.T.," and
to be received up to and Including the
10th day of January next, and to be
opened at the next meeting of the
board. By order of the Board of
L. 8. TAYLoa, County Clerk.
AI.Mh o Cured without yuPaln mI
only use Lii's Corn Cure as dir t rie
instantly, slls nothing, and takes Mr. Coro d
every time, Try it. Prioe 2cents. The genuino
pt up in yellow wrppers and manufactured rely
by Jo. R. HeMin, Iruggist, Minnarells. Minn.
and sold by W. B. Andrews A Co., shuLia.an.
dealers in all kinds of patent medlines Mis
City, Montana. d41-115-w
Under 1st Nat. Bank.
h I y, Sole Pop.
Fent sad Lfrget stoo of
Liquors and Cigars
IN THE CITY.
Wholesale and Rmta
IN BULK OR COOKED
In Every Style a Specialty.
Satisfactibn is Guaranteed.
terythingl Flmk, Neet sad Nies. The T"eell
Place a Tow.. 2
CHRISTMAS. NEW YEARS.
WE .ALLENGE A COMPARISON OF PRICS.
Presents I Presents I
Prices Lower than the Lowest
J.Basinski & Bro.
TOYS, SILVERWARE, JEWELRY,
Notions and Fancy Goods.
Call and Examine Goods, get
Prices and Oompare them with
Others d Buy from the
fll -f I I IS
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W,.A8 Wr1I8 & CO,
CarnUal Csmpen. a d De or .1g.
D A. C. IRAllD , S. A,
Hms is De* l. err ore, whre M em si eam
multiwd eany bar aAr p.m.
CIGARS, FANCY GOODS,
REIMBER TH= PLACE:
W. B. Andrews & Co.
SIGN OF THl