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The fiuemem's meetig haa bee. ad.
journed Mana Tuesday evening. at the
samme Mine and Place.
Fraiak Zahi and wife, of Terry, wer
tretaLtl to a ride through the main
tu'ouirhlens yeterday, by iha Wi
liam' sast tuatting base.
Currier " Habbelu' taesea
horses no away ygesteray.
boa fight up at Drown's In hoams, in
the lower part of tie city. No dam.
age was dame,
The Custer Dramas. COmpany met
last evening In J. Y. Graham's store
and had a little eosweestlog over the
ermnd affair that toolk plae In the Cos
muopolitam thdmtre Vrkhy night.
C. N. Strevell left yesterday to take
in the reaches on Toague river belong
ing to Miles & Strsvell, the "retlm
and eaees" hardware men. He
xpect to be absent about a week.
The Tongue rver stage liae has
been increased to a ssml-weekly run
uas fr ans Brandenbrg poMels and
rronm tmer t tthe aek ereek aud
t~ort Custer oute b Wyoming, a
week ly mal will be arried.
SMiller, the man who wasarrested
for gettllg away witb Indian posles,
was brought up yesterday belee the
U. S. eommiskwser, and the teetimnoy
being rather against bis, be was
buound over to appear before he U. 8.
grand Jury next spring.
The sociable to be gives by the
Presbyterlam chureb society, at the
re.idenes of Cel O.ld, will be on
Wedaeday nlght, the 27th last, in
tead of Thursday the 18th. That be
ing the regular night of the Y. Y. B.
The reporter was lnforwd at a late
hur last night that there is a certain
liouse In this city occupied by a very
r'.,pectable hmily, and mayone who
vuters there is sure t come away with
Srag plned to his eoaMt4l. The
repolrter has not visited that reddensce,
and therebre earnot voeuh or the
truth of the report.
Mat. Lumilna, a Sweeney creek
rancher, is on tim war path, sad was
skirmishnglr the dty last evening, In
quest of a man by the nam of
Kh hards, who, ho elaim, has eloped
with his wi. 'A s that was
brwugbt befbre the prebate court some
time ago, and of wblch metIon was
nDade In the Joonxut.
Nick Kis, a wholesale and retail
*.aler In "wet geods," at Bllings, has
Itsen spplg at the OsiCmerela btel
)Or the poet w days. Bumer has It,
Slhmt he Ilatds to take one of the
Miles Clty y.mg ladles to that town,
a ld that thir hears shall bea as oae.
We think Mr. loos h med good
Jludgemeat i ne.ig tohis ;a ad
selsetlg a SW
In this meeursgh Iee of the
JoURNAL It wi bea. s th the bem
of Burgýr 6 Thes ve ilM1ved,
msd s.o p men Mv. Thamne has
ci Id h hse0 to *S rem
mtal bale phepsst, to Mr. Ra.
fm the mag sms aIem They have
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The meeting last night, at whoih a
number of the most prominent dltlusa
attended, was held at Graham's hall.
A. H. VanVlerdan was called to the
chair, and W. H. Cook was appointed
seeretary of thb meeting. The busi
emr tranmacted by the asembly
amounted in fact to nothing. A gen
eral argument was carried on for two
hours, upon irrevelent topica, and then
Mr. VanVllerdan was called upon to
denote the purpose of the reeting,
which he did as follows: "That an
Inquiry be made by a committee into
the careful and honest administration
of the coqnty aflWrs. A motion was
made to get the sene of the house
upon this topic. And the motion being
put, as to whether the committee be
appointed or not, there wer but two
votes, and these were in the negative.
The meeting then adjourned ise die.
This ettle the kickers fora while.
.0e to the ea.rd.
The YelUowtone Pre which was
published at Glendive, is now num
bered as one of the journals of the past.
Such is the life of a newspaper man.
Only a few months ago, the P'w
started out under the most favorable
circunutances, Iut owing to the mak
ing of a few miscues, the paper went
under. James Burdick, one of the
publishers, has been appointed deputy
sheriff and jailor, at Glendlve, and as
to Blake's whereabouts, we ar unable
A Mebens iuger.
While Sheriff Johnson was flghting
the fire on Friday, he received a blow
oM the finger from the fre hook
which was thrown by one of the com
pany, and or examination of the
finger by Dr. C. B. Lebcher, it was
found to be broken. He is now
confined to his room, and until he is
again able to be about, his buslnesq
will be In charge of Dan McMlilan,
the under sheriff.
Chas. fm, o Bhlap. !b Joldlng
wthb at the rOnmd (entral.
J. look, ofeatt e me, from the RBae
bud, Is registered at the IuterOcean.
J. H. Fnlley,of Dixon, has hie namo
autoraphed on the regster of the
Bob Roberts and William Davis,
who are repreentative of Jdactloe
City, left yesteday.
C. A. Woo4 b peturned fom 81.
lUna, and is ad ing with mine host
Chew, at the Grand Central.
Mrs. Dan McMillan, after sojourn
nlg a few days, l the city left for their
ranch at Spring Cooley yesterday.
M. T. Croune, a well to do dock
na- of Powder river Is stopping with
Manager Deane at the Inter-Oces.
Jaumes Tylor, the effcient iberiffof
Dawson county, aecompanled by his
wire, eame up om (Ilendive yester
day and are stopping at the Commer
8. T. Johnson, of Terry, Is again
regsltered with Col. Rosebruugh at the
Merchants. We a a little luclined
to think he comes up here on matrl
The Joun.AL received a pleaant
esil yesterday, from George M. Lee, of
St. Paul, representlag the Pioneer
sse. He remlans la the clt over
Sunday, and then return to the deal
Ed MGuire, the efelclent asstant
po.staster, and A. H. Bell, the mill
tary lighltning erker, paid their res
spe-d to our edlual sanctum last
evening. They had bees out saling
on thir lady .iends.
N;tile Is hereby given that the oee
partnership heretolore existing be.
tweea Burgard and (Gemge
Tb e aUs namme of Bur
bard a h mm,dild a hotel uedlness
tha se tr, has thisy been dissoved
by mueual coment, ad that the said
beslans will e carried on by said
Harry Muremd aloe. who will receive
sad pay al1 debts of tine late lrm.
4 Gaonmu Tuosas.
"Dad MIls CPy, M. T., Ja. 1i8,'$.
W. P. euasee, Powder river; Johb
leek, Aase l ;er H. allahlruo, Lame
Dear; . w. iWals. Lame Der; U. aL
W. S~peMins, Lewamda, Pa.; L T.
Mir. ll JJ. .
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Baptist church eorner of Seventh
and Palmer teets. Rev. 0. D. Dow
ney pastor. ervlces at 11 a. m. and
7 p.. m Sunday shool at 10 a. m.
Presbyterian chureh ervices to-mor
row in J. J. Oraham's new bullding
on East Malnstreetat 11 a . m. u
day school at 10 a. m. Rev. &. P.
Catholic church Eat Main street,
opposite new court house. Services
everySundayat ll16a. m. Rev. Lind
Epilaopal service will be held in
the chapel oh Palmer street, at seven
o'clock on Sunday evening. Morning
services at 11 a. m. Rev. Wm. Horu
St. Paul's chapel, Episopal, corner
of Eighth and Palmer streets, will
hold services to-day, the second Sun
day after Epiphany, as follows: Mat
tins at 11 a. m.; even-ong at 7 p. m.
The morning's discourse will be on
the gospel for to-day, and a missionary
sermon will be delivered to-night Bun
day school at 9:45 a. m. Wn. Hortall,
A guel ItMl lame.
The best place in the city to spend a
pleawsmt evening IM at Kittle's saklon,
on Park street, wlich is now owned
and operated by Hinelln &A Schmablle.
A fine set of boxing gloves are in tllis
establulenleMt for the use of the spar
ring public generally. A quiet gDime
of cards, checkers, dominoes, or chei
can be comfrtably nldulged in also.
The bet luuors and cigar are mld
over the bar, and all partles are waited
on ly a courteous and accommodating
Go to the Metropolitan I.r a nice
warm rom and fnt-clauo board at
4-tf P. H. Fisza.
:$0,000 to loan at the Keg aloon,
Miles City. Otf.
3'repemsis for Bseres.
Orrcn or THs BOARD or COUNTY
CoxtMMaoxIas CUsTZR Co., M. T., I
Dec. 2, INS.
Propneas are hereby Invited for the
contruction of a bridge cross Tongue
river sklugh. at the north-end of Park
treet, in Miles City, M. T.; also for
the onstruction of a bridge acrun
Pumpkin creek, at the n'at feasible
point near its mouth; and als for the
oastructiou of a bridge acmn Tongue
river at the upper crossing at A. I.
Wol's ranch. Bidders to furnish
Llans and specllcatkl s with bids; the
ad of County Clomnmioner re
serving the right to reject any and all
bid.. Propom.s to be addressed to
"The Clerk of the Board of County
eonmekomers, MilesCity, .T.,"and
4o be received up to and Including the
o1th day of January next, and to be
ojlned at the next meeting of the
ornl. By order of tie Board of
L. S. TAYLon, County Clerk.
Do not pia the Keg mloon without
dropping in for a nice drink of good
liquor or a fine cigar. 1-tf
ca .ae wee".
Slx dollars (8.00) per oord will be paid
for semaoned moit wood, cottonwond or
pine, delivered to the quartermaster at
tort Keogh. Payment to be made
on receipt of quartenrmater or receiv
ing offcer, subject tolnspectlon by the
73-78 C. M. STRADRa , contrsator.
Choice braads of liquors at Keg
Farmers and others desiring a gr
teel. lucrative agency bausines. by
which I to S) a day can be earned,
selnd addnli at once, on potu, to
SH. C. Wllklaon A Co., 186 and 197
Foultoan treet New York. (6fI
Notice is hereby given, that I have
purchmed a brhalflteret in the Yel
Vlostone Pre, and all parties ar
warned that all bill contrnuted by any
of the former publisher are niull aud
Void. W. W. Mabee.
Ulendive M. T. Jan. &. IHS.
All kinds of hot drinks to suit all
weather and tastes artitically com
punded at the Keg aloon. Ml
Beef tes and bht Botch is the hvor
Itedrink at the Bideboard. Sfm
Presl so e.
One WamblLtoa *-elumn hand
printing p. , ~merly used In this
oflem ao, abo t peondes ct bour
go boldy tye aed about 200 pouns
of minion, all l gnod order. The nm
Serial is rdd to make room for our new
steam pras and new dres. Will be
nold chep for eas, or time gives to
reUomble parties. Address
d~t PUUr.Im JovurAL.
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Faifm WIl F.
=.B.DBLIWS & CO.
aualy Comrrpw Day w ti h.
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sled a smy hew oAw 8 p. a.
CIGARS, FPACY GOODS,
BKMMB3U TU PLACE:
W. B. Andrews & Co.
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