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Saturday,December 30, 1881.
TheDAILY JOURNAL rM be procured eTery^morning from a r^r|w of elHeienl newabnjra en the^elrwta or at our counting rootni.
BAPTISTCIU'ROH, Comer of Palmer tnd^Tenth Street. r*rvic^ at 11 a.m.end 7.30 r,m.^every Minder. SundeyrwhoolatlOA.il. CiUaeaa^euil tlrangtre cordially invited.
Key.^;. It. Downey, Pastor.
CATHOLICCHl'KCH, Main Street comer of^Tenth. Ker. I.iuduainlth, Paater.
EPISCOPALCHl'KCH, Ke^. Ilomfall pantor.^Hervice, at 11 a. hi Chapel on Palmer ttreet.
PKKMHYTEKIANCHURCH. Herri^* will he^held in the new huikliwc ef Cut. Ufuild'a^Main Street, near Jui'R.nal office. l^rca^ hltig at^11a. m. 8ahhathSchnolatlOA.il. Oitiaent and^utrangera cordially in%iu^d.
K.p. l.isNKi l. Paator.
Arrivaland Departure of Mails.
Kaaternmail alaaaj at 'J:15 p. m.^Western mail closes at 11:1.) p. m.^Ksjtvrn mail arrires at 1141 a. m.^Wnaterii mail arrire^al kM p. ui.
Year's day ^routines to be
'8 bus at last been
(J,uitea number of the ladies in the^eity will receive cullers on New Year's^day.
Tbostorm doors at tbe Inter-Ocean^have been treated to a new coat of^paint.
TheYouni^ Men's Social Club^promises to give a grand hop on New^Year's night.
TheYoung Men's [Social Club will^give a grand hop in Gould's hall on^New Year's evening.
Theman who broke into Nado's^warehouse a few days ago, had a hear^^ing yesterday, and was committed to^Jail on the charge of burglary.
Police.Gazette* and JKmm, were sold^on the streets yesterday, at ten cents a^copy, or two for a quarter. Of course^^verybody bought a single copy.
MattIlgen, wlm resides on a ranch^a short dtstaace from* town, has taken^the agency for the Ginttt riding saw,^manufactured in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Severalof our leading business men^are playing a long game of euchre, the^game being two und fifty points, the^losing party to 1 set up^ an oyster^supper on New Year's day.
Theswift roadster of Krnest (ioet-^licb's, ran away yesterday, while^Master Kddie was driving him on^Pleasant street. Tbe only breakage^was the shaft* of a bran new sleigh.
L.A. Huffman, tiie photographer,^will have ready for tbe spring trade^fifty thousand viewsofthe Yellowstone^National Park and Indian cani]^s. As^an artist Mr. Hutimau is chief in the^business.
Theladies ami gentlemen of the^Itaptist church will give u Christmas^tree entertainment in the church this^evening, on the corner of Pleasant and^Seventh street*. A cordial invitation^is extended to all.
Ata meeting of the First National^bank directors, held yesterday, it was^decided to allow all the earnings of the^bank to go iul^^ a surplus fund, thus^increasing the capital of the bank and^making a larger capital. The directors^report the bank to be in a flourishing^Condition.
SheriffJohnson brought up yester^^day from (ilendive I). YV. Feiler, who^was arrested on a warrant for conceal^^ing property with the intention of^defrauding his creditors, lie had a^preliminary examination before Judge^Walker and was held over until^further information in regard to the^matter could hi obtained.
IkeMorgan, who has charge of^Meyer's Brothers herd of cattle on^Powder river, returned yesterday from^St. Paul. An account was given some^time ago, in the Pioneer i*rc*^, of the^arrest of a Montana cow l^oy in that^city, for disturbing the|^cace, and since^his return, a great many of his friends^here in this city, are under the impres^^sion that he was the mau the police of^St. Paul ^took in ^ Mr. Morgan^wishes it distinctly understood that^while he wits in that city, he was re-
Mrs.O. M. Miles, assisted by the^Misses Emma und Carrie Calm, will^receive on New Years Day, at the resi^^dence G. M. Miles, betw ecu the hours^of 11 a. ni. and 0 p. in.
Ifthe ladies who intend receiving^New Year's Day, will send their names^to this office, and other particulars, we^will gladly publish the same.
A.H. Wolf, and family, Tongue^river; Miss Jennie Flanders, Tongue^river: John Senate, Tongue river;
ceivinginstructions from a minister of j -p Oarfjy, N. P. K. It.; F. \V. Han, N
thetiospel,how to christianize Mon^tana cow U^ys, and consequently he^hud* no time to carouse around the^street* of that city, to cause any arrest^to be made on him.
Ayoung man who holds u clerkship^under a leading county official, stoj^-^ped at a hard ware store a few evenings^ago, and asked the clerk for tbe loan^of a pair of skates. He hinted that he^wanted them for a lady friend, whom^be wished to take out skating. The^quick wittcd clerk ^tumbled^ what^was up, and refused to loan the fifteen^dollar pair of silver mounted skates,^but immediately strikes 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.
II.W. Filbert, formerly night ope^^rator in iliis city, who is now located^at Livingston, reports to us that he is^now snugly located there in a building^10x12, and is comiteil^d to sleep in u^bunk made out of slubs that were u^present to him ; uses his boots for a^pillow, and catches mountain trout for^his breakfast. He states that the town^presents a lively appearance, and will^soon become the leading city of the^upper Yellowstone.
CharlesA. 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,^which he will soon give here, will^prove'amusing to all who go to see^him.
P.It. R.; D. Grant, N. P. R. R.
H.T. Smith, Ng Horn; H. J. Smith,^Big Horn ; Joint Bowles, Big Horn.
A.McKay, Fargo, D. T.; Ike Mor^^gan, Powder river; W. C. Graham,^wife and child, Tongue river.
MissNellie Flanagan, Pumpkin^creek ; James Winslow, and wife,^Tongue river; Sam Hastings, St. Paul;^Paul Hastings, St. Paul.
Oneof 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, nu# taken by one of Col.^Comstock's men to bis ranch on Sand^creek, near the Mizpah, distant about^sixty miles. When the team ar^^rived at the ranch the box in which^the cat hud been confined, was open^^ed, und pussy allowed to roam ulsjut.^The cat stayed around the cabin for a^number of days, and then disappeared.^It was thought by those ut 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 altout her busi^^ness as usual, catching mice. The^question now arises, how did the cut^know the way home, across the bad^lands, ami where in some places there^was a poor trail, and what kind of^food she found along the route
Beeftea und hot Scotch is the favor^^ite drink at the Sidetsturd. tttitf
Allkinds of hot drinks to suit all^weather und tastes artistically com^^pounded at the Keg saloon. ltf
Buyyour perfume of W. B. An^^drews it Co. They have the most^complete ami best line of bulk goods^j iu the city. 50tf
MissKittle Hardyman announces^I that she will give a supper and dance^I at her residence, ^No. 27,^ on Monday^evening, January 1st. The best of^; music will be in attendance, and a^: general invitation is extended. 02-G4
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 handsome young mail^agent, und Ex-Senator Thomas R.^Hopkins, of Bismarck, was appointed I tmt^ per ouart^a committee of two to open ncgotia- jPre*, for tela,
tionswith Bismarck merchants for a I One Washington 8-column hand^supply of wet goods for New Year's i printing press, formerly used in this
office;also, about 300 pounds of liour-
Whenin want of oysters cooked in^every style go to the Oyster Ocean,^the best pluce In town to get fresh^oysters. A. Booth's bulk oysters 75
To-nightthe installation of the^newly elected officers of Yellowstone^Lodge No. 2^1, A. F. ^ A. M., takes^pluce. Those fortunate enough to hold^invitations will doubtless all attend,^und a pleasant time is anticipated.
(Joto the Metropolitan for a nice^warm room and iirst-cluss board at^reasonable rates.
03-tfP. H. Fisher.
genisbody ty|^eund about 2im pound-^of minion, all In gtxsl order. The ma^^terial is sold to make risun for our new^steam press and new dress. Will be^sold cheap for cash, or time given to^rcs|Hin.sible parties. Address^43tfPublisher Journal.
Ageneral fund warrant, No. 2,-Vi^,^drawn Nov. 20, lor I8001M^ The finder^will confer u favor by returning the^same to this office, us payment has^been Htopjted.
Theco|inrtii^ rship heretofore exist^^ing between the undersigned, under^the firm nume of Leighton, Jordan ^^I Co. is this day dissolved by mutual^, consent of the parties. All accounts^! due said firm must l^e naid to Joseph^! Leighton or Walter B. Jordan, ut their^office in Miles City, M. T.
JosephLkiohton,^Walter B. Jordan,^Morris Cahn.^Dated Miles City, M. T., Dec. 1,1H^2.
leorge Savage is slightly disfigured^in the face, the results of being out^stealing on Thursday evening, and^^Slim^ John, the clerk at Lebcher's^drug -tore, making a uijseiie in trying^to put on some of his flourishes or^fuuey skating, met the same fate.^Drug store clerks should he a little^more careful and not create a sensa^^tion of that nature.
AaOld Timer Keturna.
J.C. McCartney, who was the first^white man to locate ut the Mammoth^Hot Spring* in the Yellowstone Na^^tional IVrk, passed through the city^yesterday on his way to Bozeinan.^^Jim^ loca ted there in the year of 1871,^and made it his home since that time.^In the summer of 1877 he had several^close calls from the V-z Percea Indians,^who raided through the park and made^tilings lively for the few settlers who^were there. He has sold a part of his^ranch at the month of tiarduer river to^the Norbern Pacific railroad company. ,^His visit to the state^, was the first one^in eighteen yean.
Skaterstake notice. 1 Before you go^skating call ut McAusland's Creed-^moor Armory and buy a pair of Peck^^it Snyder's American club skates.
Twoprinters can find steady and^profitable employment at this office.^Address, Daily Journal,^tfMiles City, M. T.
ExamineW. B. Audrews A Co's.^superior line of fancy goods before^Sam LeRoy, ex-clerk of the probate buying. Special 'holiday prices are
court,has gone to Billings.j g^von-,
JosephLeighton, bunker and mer- i }',,0,oe bra,M,H ot ,i,^uorH *l ***
i . ^in , ,A w paloon. 1-tf
chant,will arrive from the east Mon-, ^
Notice of Dlaolutlon.
Noticeis hereby given that the firm^Frank M. Strout, the jeweler in 1 of Carter und Lynn, doing business as^Lebcher's drug store, will leave the ' the Oyster Oceau, has this day lieen^city next Sunday for a week's trip to ! dissolved by mutual consent, John^D .^ r Carter withdawing from the firm,
fowilcrriver.| willlani Ljmi will collect all monies
Afterbeing alment from the city ten ! due the firm ami puy all debts against^days, Win. Van Gaskiu returned yes- itm' ^rlu'^terday from a busirfess trip along the
lineof the Northern Pacific between^here and St. Paul.
ByronVreeland, the architect who^has been superintending the construc^^tion of the court house, left yesterday^for his home in Bozenian, being called^away by a sick wife.
CountyCommissioners Hubheli and^Briggs left on the train yt^rday for u ^-
theeast. Mr. Hubbell will go to New ,tynU.T j,OUlM, recently opened under^York State, and Mr. Brigga to St. | the First National bank. A. Booth's^Louis. They both will return In time ^ bulk oysters 7o ccdU par quart. Sltf^to attend the meeting on the 2(Hh of Tne celebrated Mary Htuart perfume
JohnCartfr.^Wm. Lynn.^Miles City, M. T., Dec. 27, 1882.^61-71
Thefinest assortment of candy at^W. B. Andrews A- Co's. In pound^boxes, only nfty cents. 66tf
Donot pass the Keg saloon without^dropping in for a nice drink of good^liquor or a fine cigar. 1-tf
atW. B. Andrew* a Co.
Officeok the Board of County \^Commissioners Custer Co., M. T., (^Dec. 28, 1882.^Proposals are hereby invited for the^construction of a bridge across Tongue^river slough, ut the north-end of Park^street, in Miles City, M. T.; also for^the construction of a bridge across^Pumpkin creek, ut the most feasible^point near its mouth ; and also for the^construction of a bridge across Tongue^river at the upper crossing at A. B.^Wolf's ranch. Bidders to furnish^plans and specifications with bids ; the^Pom rd of County Commissioners re^^serving the right to rejtvt any and all^bids. 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 l^e^opened at the next meeting of the^itoard. By order of the Board of^County Commissioners.
L.S. Taylor, County Clerk.
orSorr*ite^K if vim will^only u*e Liebig'i Corn Cure u direrted, It dries^inMaiitly, -,,ils MtMMi and takcM Mr. Corn off^MM time, Try it. l'rice 2AcentN. Tin* genuine^nut up in yellow wrapper- Mi niamifattiircii only^by Jos. K. Ilctfiin, I n ^^1-1. Mimira|Kilit. Minn,^and sold \^y \\ . It Andrews Ac Co., ]^ruggi^U, and^dealer* in all kinds of patent medicine*. Miles^City. Montana. d4Ml^-w
Under1st Nat. Bank.
CarefulljCompounded Daj or Mtgki
DR,A. C. GIRARD, U. S. A.
Haehi. oRirp in our ntnrr. whrre he caa tie tea
uliedat any liour after 3 p. m.
Finestand Largest Stock of
INBULK OK COOKED^In Every Style a Specialty.
CIGARS,FANCY GOODS,^BOTTLE CORDIALS,
KEMKMUF.ttTHE PLACK I
W.B. Andrews ^ Co.
ErerythiniFreeh, Neat and Nice. The Tonieet GOLDEN MORTAR.
Placein fuwu. 2
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.