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THE DAILY JOURN AL
Tuesdq. Octber 14, :36.
The DAILY J4fltWtXAL cam be procured every
alatin from a eorjm of ulcilet nowaboyr o the
Kae. o at ou r txwntlag roosts
APTIWT CH'BURCII. Corner of Palmer and
? etch ah. `Le .afg M I1 A. Lacud 7.;a) r.P.
#Wf7? unday. Rundaytchoolat IU0 A. . Citiseena
"it stranguer esrially ludial.
rv. 4. ti. Pw. IOWXE. agactr.
CATIHOL.IC CHItuIrI1. Mainu $trtmn corner of
Tebth. Rey. Lindmuulth, Patour.
EPI';CIQPAL CII kBclt. kr'v. Horafall pastor.
rerrice t 8 r. N., over Iirabana's store.
P MIYTEIIAN CHIIIC.lIH. icSrtice will be
held to t he ncv bulilding of J. J 6rabass's
Slain Stree. near .1 1-1 I* AI. O'e. I'Preaclng at
11*. u. s.abot Ii $c.le., at Wta. N. Uitina and
Maruuncar cordially invited.
E. I'. LlhiNr.l.L, Pastor.
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
Eastern mall low adm oelock p. to.
Wtist, rn mall clu... at J::'t p.. mu.
Easatern mail arrilves 3::s 1: .' in.
Wsutern mail arritl .a6:: p. mn. s
1.. H. Becker In the authorized car
rier and collector for euhlscriptioIns to
THk DAILY Jhl~itNAtL. Mr. Bekeker
ii iuIupply all persolns ii. Mits City
tnts Fort KeoghI every mllorling before
bre:ifawLt, with the paper at .50 eta. per
THE -DAILY LOCAL LAYOUTI
'Tie a wryv g.a. world that we live in.
Tu lend or to stplli .or to it e iI ;
lut to h.. or to I.,rrow ur gut a maln's own,
'tis lthe very wort ,rld that eve.r Was knurwn.
Another large freight traiu arrived
A street sprinkler could be utilized
Mihes City hotels were full last light,
likewise .llltae of the- Iloys.
Jac.k John.on tlid not go went "this
afternmon" as the evening apology
UpI to four this morning tihe pas
'etnger train due here at 3:310 1. M. had
Restaurantst on the European plan,
are becomiing quitt' popular, and seema
to beL ma:idnng ucnh money.
When will thle county tcmmiqsion
era.c.,ept the new c urt house? is what
the t:tx-lpayer want to know.
Dr. Liln's ne.ldenLt though very
painful, does not prevent him from at
tending to his professioal duties.
A young Miles ('ity girl is anxious
t. know iih'an editorial triplol ever hau
a side saddle? Bless you child, no.
Charley I .ine looked ve\'ry cute .aun
day evening. while mouowted on the
hurricane deck of a Iuekhing eayuse.
Haines is now getting out some fine
qualities of coal. He has a tunnel in
400 feet, anti finds tlat the.al is better
as he goer in.
Even tce small boy goe.s loaded in
Miles City awil is ais lprout. of his "pl."'
as the o.l nun is of his improved
A little -.ettlring freight was reediv
ol tit tlthe d"0,. ytesterdily. but tithe mainui
hulk o freitght hal not yet cr.ssed the
bridge at M:ndlan.
Deleg.ºat Ma~inlnis will be here next
Thursday intwl talk to the uuterritled
In the evenliln.. They will all lie there
anud s will his striker-.
The manut who never-goes.-b:ack-on
his-wor l-.~MU'in:ils, aild the chief of
the Tong wt rivr pIaierlrs, will proba
blY ,sliea in (;lendive to.night.
Torn FI*laui.:m has beent oftired a
|A fli, of ,u. .:I hy ther pi:lxrty holders
on his s iluart" to re".t a theatre build
in;:. TTrnlt will leprobuhly n.cept.
C(i. C. II. Gould and lfanily will
move to hlir niew rt.,ilenlce next to
the Jlc:;t.\1, oli e Wedet.mlsay, and
in a few dI..y will be il sh:tpe to wee
their matltny tirlends.
L. A. llulffmun retulrned fromn hit
flying trip to the iismltarek bri'lge.,un
day morniag. li e .made so.e very
fine, and w" believe ti, y wil!'prove a
great blt~efit to him.'
A lar.,.e mIsr for the entra·ote to the
new cells in the court house Ihu.arrived
at the derlm. and will probably relmain
there until the present wrang;l alout
the new jail is settled.
Rumor has it that taomue of the old
employetes at the depot will shortly get
the bounce. The ctu'e has not yet
been asuertained. Probably wtne per
sonal feeling exists there.
A Olendive belle, while very pretty,
hai. such largce fe't that her father. a
promnlent runehmautn, utlllite her old
saoes it extracting the pegs and setting.
them up for wire fence posts.
It Is rumored that a young barber of
Mlile City, will join a dramnatic troupe
srortly, anlI start for the up oountry,
be1 made hib Sft apperaneae at the
s. *uUa* Suanday might
º Rome very nice buflalo meat was
brought in Sunday. Any of the boys
dilposed to try a Winchester can find
plenty to oecupy their attention about
fifty miles up the Tongue river.
The salmons are doing a good bunt
news, likewise the place where the fickhl
Igoddess of fortune, prelides over $th!
diestinly of nlen, who depend on th:.
throw of a dice, or turning of a e:rd
for their daily bread.
Miles City ladie thibins nthling of
paying eighlltLn to forty dollars for a
Ihonnot. Out at 4ilenlkiive. however,
a they think it terril,le for a girl to we'ar
t one that ectts over one doll.r lnldl
Fights weren numerous on Munday.
Three general knoekdownls oil Main
street in the evening. Fair play was
given to all. From till a.tounts, we
Ihave a good manyt high rollers and
heavy hitters almong us.
We publish to-day the voting pre
S.inets for Custereounty atnd the Jud(ges
of election at each one. A few ehlitges
will be made by the board of county
connIlisNioners Thursday, when it will
r be publilshed as arnededl.
('harley Ik'ante says he don't like
eompalilments given in the dead
language, lie prefers straight English
and is figurinlg out whether the notices
in the DLily IDetll/es of last nighit was
a comprnllllhent or somlnethitng real natty.
Levi gavea flue private dinner at his
place last Sunday, ill whlich the l
Diamond It. and a few invitel friends
Imarticipiteel. It was a isilitlead love
feast and at It the ltestiny of the repul,.
lican ticket was settlld-in their lilnd .
Virgil V. Virge, the lightning 1 ..
elple of Morse andll descendanlt aof Brian
1Borun, the illustrious Irish chief, ha.s
a weakness for rare works of art.
During a recent visit to Italy lie visited
the art galleries of Florence and Milan
and tells many amusing incidents of
Usually the towns of thile far west are
noted for the poor liquors kept on sale.
Our Miles City sal.on keepers, how
ever, are an exception to the rule, and
sell only a superior article in the wet
goods. line, the whisky being fully as
g.od tas can be obtained in the best
iplaces in Chica(go.
The Jun itAL. does not fall Into line
and publish the platform and re.olu
tiols of the relpublican convention of
eI jpt. 13th. While we are aware that
ilimot of the party orgalns are doing so,
yet with us "'life in too short to read
theni, and spal'c torn valuable to print
themn; simply thllin and nothingr else.
Our postnaster is a niot wonderful
genius. He can write in twenty-three
diflerent lauguages, nlake agn, repamir
a watch, figure up the dally intere't i
Iithe natio.nal debt, tell you theu. , :
e(ast of getting out sin (tlilinn of II
per's .JI/a/uzin. , and will wind up, wi,
telling the exact majoority Marshal
Hlolkin will receive on No.venmber 7th.
The total U'sessm.nenti of Custer
tounty ls three hundre.l and eighty
four thousand five hundred and eighty
dollar.4. This is nearly half a million
dollars greater than last year, as it does
not include the live hundred thousand '
dollars which was lssued last year
agullat the Northern Patffic railroad
co'ln any, and remitted by the county
colun lleul niers.
We are inclined to think that W.
W. Carland, treasurer of Custer county ,
is rather over-reacuhing hinueif in no
tifying (ilendive huiuilews mean that
"liceuels lmust hIe paid to the treasurer
at .Mile. City until further notifica
tion." This is lawson (oullty ton a
certainty now, and we believe a receiptl,
firoa 1). i. Mlend as treasurer of this
county is as legal as that of Mr. Cur
PIorterhlouse and unions at Charley
Evans' oyster hay. :-tf
Choice brands of liquors at Keg
Our rMstler Visits the Theatre.
The C(smniolslitail showed to a large
and appreciative audience Hunday
night. Martin and Rushton still cola
tinue on the boards, anld their perform
aunc was imnmense. Frank Collins in
in our ostiatsntloun, the Ibest tdancer that
ever vi.ited the city. John Coburn Is
a "daisy" on the Irish buslneow. Lulu
Masonl, who lhas ..ea here so long, Is
never tirelng with her charmaing msong..
Annie Kernant, the pleasing song aln
dance auly, in well liked, and receive.
mueh aapplause. Carlotta Pearl, is "inm
mense in her pArts." Take them all
together, It is the beat troupe that ever
visitld Miles City.
For a fine lair of hoots to order, go
to the IHuotoln B.It anti Hhoe Mtore. 4-7
All kinds of hot drinks to sult all
weatlhe asd tastes artllstilly coom
pounded at the Keg salon. l-tf
Two Tr'h.e at T.yr'vlUle Attempt to Pase
aeek Other em the ame Trask
With the Usual Beoalt.
Twenty-two Cars an ly Imashed and of
the RNmber Abeard But Ono
is Serloely laj.urd.
At tlA ndlnutes past three yesterday
: m:tn., the west bound pasnengex
tr.o'i d.ue at Miles City at 4:30 collidled
%, it an eastern I.und freight train at
I Iaylor, a small flag station lying be
tween Bismiarck and little Missouri,
owing to the refusal of officials to give
any Information regarding the affair.
We were eomniwlled to depend on the
wires and present to our readers t he
fidlowing concise report of
The nnnider three passinger train
isund west was ordered to meet an
extra freight train at Taylor, Conductor
Fairfax was in charge. The freight
had until 1:3i to reach Taylor,
the place where both trains were to
meet. The cotaductor in charge of
plassenger train evidently misunder
s"tood the order and startied his train
ibefore the prolwr time, as a serious ac
cident occurred one mile west front
Taylor, at 3:10 this nlorning, .nl:ashing
baggage car and smoker, and badly
bratking up several freight cars. For
only one person, Engineer Burke, was
Injured, havinx. one a rmll adly broken.
No other injury, but the wrecked cars
prcsent a terrible sight piled up in
+ a iprotis*uous heap. Large quanttities
of freight are strewn along both sides
,i i1 t'.,ck, and the barricade will
' , ... not be cleared away before
\ inlcsday morning, although the
ipa.se'ger train No. 3 may reach
.Miles 'ity at noonI tl-day, or nearly
twenty-four hours late. The place
where this accident occured is on what
is known Las the Missouri
Sdvisionl, and has the reputation of be
of any division on tile Northern Pacif
ic. The freight and constern-tion of;
pallengers, nItu.st have been great at
the time of the collision, nearly every
i one was .~nleep, but in a nloent the i
air was filled with shrieks of men and
women, who rushed wildly about until
._.-:-red by wider and cooler Ieads that
there could be no f',rthrlr d:nlage, and
that no personn w;v ki!!,li, and but one
laily wound d. ia'ylor being a
very small plja".:
couldi Ie furnisrhed tihe terror-stricken
pratsengera. The engines of I~ith
trains were c:,nmpletely wrecked, also
the Pullman sleepers., which were be-;
lig sent east to be remodeled ; such iln
tentioltn will le ablandolntl, andl en
!i1:, new cars built, as the cars are
.',,l:,]letely oman shr I l.
t)'.tersn hi ay , v i. , at the new
S-1--r hay and r.!.aur.lnt of Charkle
;, ..a. Mitt'
Biarrlgaiins oil hbots anmal land toe at the '
On Saturdaly last Mr. C(. R. Gray,
the iPoliul:r superintendent at the
brick yards. was prestnted by his em
p Iloyes with a haindsolme gold watch
valued at 1$,o. Mr. Gray was tatken
Iy surprise. but resWpliIoed litn a pIleII
ant and feelling nmaniner and hoped for
a e*,ntinuancie of the good feeling
whichll shouldi Always exist between
employer and employe.
For a fine Ipair of boots. to order, go to
IBot.ohn HBoot & ihene store. 4-7
Finest of trlits andl eanees always
fresh. andl nlic, at Hill & (arrett's. itf
off for MagImals.
The Imnnense wagon tratin belonging
to the 1)ilin.nld Pt. Comlpalny left town
this miiorning for Fort Maginllls. Tlhe
entire train was under the churge of
John Healy, who thoroughly under
sutands hIls huiness and will pilot tihe
s mall arniy through in safety to the
pilue of delt tinallttin.
Iargalins1 oil Ilots and lshies at the
('oulnty warrants wanlted general
fund :) cets. Ul.sh trade t.K ets.
4-iL J. J. GR(AHAM.
W. B. Aandtwe " Co.
'T'hi new flrm, omprised of live and
oenterprtsing men will throw open the
dlmors of their new store to the public
on WVednetday morning, and the
Jolri'NAL prediets a profitable and ex
t unive business. Each of the men
.comprisrag tl IArm are well known in
the u,,nuuity and are men of sterling
w-,lt u and real merit tlhat will succeed
in any business they undertake.
A fine large stoek of the lattet styles
of Jewelry. eunisting of fo, chalis,
gol, and sliver watches, opera chalus,
cull' buttons, and a general assortment
of line gu.ds have just been receivat
St'rutts jewelry stos.
If there ever has been any doubt as
to the permanency of Miles City, all
such doubts nmust have long Mince dl-
appeared. With the healthy and
steady growth we have enjoyed the
past two years, there can be no quest
ion whatever, but she in destined to be
come the great metropolsl of ctstern
Montana, and will always be the cattle
market of the great norlthwest. It
imust alaso be Iorne i mindl that while
we are lwated on thile e lilof l'the North
ern Pacific railway and have recived
sollle benefit friot the silvent of the
lron Ihorse i our midtt, yet we are not
a railrsod tcwn in tIle vernalular of
the word0ls fir ino railroad has or
ccalln ke r :ake or 1unmaiak lls i ('ity.
We lhave late;ral ulevaltags'.r enjijoyed
by but very few townls in the territory,
Menll of sounld sense and good jlldgmienit
have located among us and eretedtl
substantial buildings as proof of their
Itith lit our lnirmanellee. The visitor
has but to cast hlis eyes asout hhiI1, to
oliuerve the solidity of our grorwth. We
doubt if there can lie found a better
lhwation in the country for the starting
of ianulllfuetorinlg enterlriseu. There
are excellent olwnlnings here for a woolt n
mill, flour mill, wagon factory, usa
chine shop. and other concerns iin
which moeore cir lIe apital lis required
in conducting, and there can .e ni!
question as to the succests. and nlllllnense
irofit aceruing to those fortualute
enough to ilake the start, all we hIck
in a commencemlt enitllt, the first will be
closely followed by others. There is
scarecely a branch of business but what
ix re presented here in a retail way, and
nolle of our iusereluillts carry stocks* of
goclds that would bankrupt mnuly east
ern mnlerehlaluts thalt would attempt to
mitnate them. Every manll here will
ing to work hlias Ino trouble ill filldillng
it, and wages are libelral, while (ost of"
living is compalratively low. The ia
loon and ganmblig lhouses iiay Ie ol
jected to by nsoue of the timid ioier,
collaredl Iwplle, yet,they are nI t to lbe
found inl a town or city where there Is
ino money or enterprise, no taking Ihem,
alone for a criterion, Milel City ntust
be concededtl a pIrOsperous place, with
every Ilomihble sign indicating its rapid
growth and future greatetws.
For a fine ilair of I,,',t to order, go
to Bkltool Boot anld hll..o store. 4-7
Do not lpa I the Keg sahlso withoult
drlpping in for a nice drink of good
liquor or a flne elrar. I-If
Fine tenderloins at Charley Evuns'
near oup tLr lay. ":tf
Wesuley Filbert, is now temiporarlly
ofMelating in the Northern Pacific ex
Mrs. Th',a. H. Irvine left yesaterday
for the east, under the irottctiou ;f
Ucn. agent Hall.
Mrs. George Taylor has abolt recov
ered from her Illlaacw, and is now nice
ly located in her new home.
H. L. Knight who has been confined
in his r.nsel the last New dzav by aalight
fever, In reported well again.
Janme Helmer, or "'Moutana Jim,"
as he is better known by, is reported
to be maki,,g and havoc among the
B. T. Blhake, one of the publishers of
that sprightly Yellowtoue I'r'ueispay
lint Milc* ('ity a viit. lie retuana to
Arthur Maxwell, Iately cs.anectted
with the N. P. oft..e at tills city, ham
sa4elted a position with John Carter,
at the keg saloon.
George Stillwell is buck again at his
post of duty in the county clerks oflthe
slpreading the Ink very gracefully onl
the Imges of the county io*oks.
(ien. Agent Hall, of the N. P. Ex
preo, left yestcrday for the east, ha
Ing made the a.lutalntance of this ljpr
tioa of the N. P. Express, during his
short stay in the city.
D. F. McMillan arrived yesterday,
fronn a trip as far up the Yellowsto'ne
as ik,.ouesnat. burianr his Journey, he
reports tour Inches o' elnow at Boae
mun, and considlerable mlore on the
Our popular candidate for treasurer,
A. B. o(nrry, Enq., arrived in the city
yesterday, having been away the past
few days making a very suresemuul can
yvae. Mr. Curry will be elected by a
Ihaidsome majority and in deservedly
C'harley Evans, at his oyster bay will
serve to-day a fine chi cken pot-pie and
other nice fixings for hungry imen.
(lo and see his neat and tasty place
and you will always go there. 21!
Bargpain on bouts and shoes at the
From and after this date the ntme of
toll on the Yellowstone ler at Miles
City will be reduoud one-hall
BlOADWATER, Ht'nua.. A Co.,
Miles CIty, Aug. 12, '$2. I86-t
Fine watehes, gold, sliver and plated
chains, and a large assortment of other
fne Jewelry i now on exhibition at
Stmut's welry ae, Main street,
Mleu City. Itf.
Brg alas a be alu d Aoers at the
BILL OF FARU.
Fine Crisp Chicago Celery.
Choice California I'raitmr.
Choice California Pears.
('holhe M'ichigan Appies.
Fine Mllessina Lellllons.
Mtrietly Fresh Eggs.
Fresh (.Caramels, Cre.mu (Iandles and
Fresh Nuts a siia-laIty.
Fine Torlac·o, Cigars, '.igare.ttes, and
lMalokers' Articles generally.
APPLES I APPLEM t
Wholwale ndl It'tall.
We have on hand one enrirlamd of choice
Michigan apple., andl expect
thire. eiurlaids moIre.
Conic antd see u' for Apples!
We Ihave inl rioute anuld .expet daily
choice (Cllitfonl-a Holney, Jericy
Iweet l.lotatutes, ('rultherricg,
Crabh Applhes, (ilp.tmiuts,
Pop cirlln, Hi licrv iutl
*hmrldm Orain er,
Layer Figs. lºa tes
C'reamlery Butter in
jars, Yellow Ikoiver lniunis
.'lbbuge,, etc., (etc., ,tc.. (et., etc. ticdltf
Hill & (iarrett are lelutii a splendidl
buislitni in enmli uillid inlliitt. When
latilllg by take .mlir lho"ll to your
wife and (children, iland lmalike their
hearts glad. Itf.
For a tlle pair of l.oots to order, go
to llcstoa BHoot anld <lie" store. 4-7
A Miles City swlhool Ioy writing a
c(mlljtsitiOln on this scilajert prtslur.l
the fllolwilng etlllsion : "Th'le cow is ai
dolmestic animial. It is found in all
Iprts of the world. It is a v ry useful
anlilmal. If we ihadt no ows we could
inot eat our breaklast andl .,iuppe.r and
tea and coi(te. In ('hini they iiWilk
pig's womelll awIl cows. The rinklem
in a cow's lorln tl.l! yo'tu how Old they
are wheni ther is a ".0.ace abouitt one
ilnch that will tells you in what year
they hiad I calf. Wih.,e a a alf is about
tw 'year old tlhy .all hlii it heffir.
lThe horn of a cw is uInl for iltmaking
ili)wdelr ltast's in oltdien tiunme they madI
lampll out of thiemri in En1aiamnd the
lsvllale in olden timel. lset;!, isealdedi
thema uand fluted thiemi and usetI them
to lrelvenlt the dirt and wind frotm
Iblowing their Hielit's out andl to p.r
venit's the snow antd ruil! froml c.omiing
in. The hile is used for lmakinlg
leathler the creailm of the ieilk is im.l
for nmaking butter. ,llmttetrmnilk and
Scheese. $'omle jreseimt s.aidl's that the
Moon was mnlal of greenl cheese but
that couldnt Ls i.ctause uo'sV w"
not thought of then they do nhot mkil
a cow by the hlorn's but by there milk
hag's. This is all I know about cow's
and cow's haorns.."
('Chrlie Evans' oyster lay on Park
strett Is doolmi a sld4".nIid hnsiness, and
it e.trtainly d41e.e*rve' it. At thli ,ovtcr
tay ean at all h,,rs of night or dlay he
'seeureii a chlloi t. dih iof o.t."rs, cooked
ill .tve4ry style itlul M'r,'ti without
waiting a lonigi or tedious time. Charlie
Eva:Ins unhder4tlndsi, hsl. busine.u sad
should tbe lttr,,lizi|l. 1 -t
('. M. Ite'k, Elhe Rt'wk. Idaho; ('.
Bllankethorn, St. 'Paul: How:ut. -de
riee. ..:lt Lake ('ity: II. G. l"she:,
Folythe; l). 1'. Redding, Swn'eUv'
('retek: J. P. MI'ugh. St. Paul: C. N.
Pliern, r .o Paul.
J. H. (Grahiii,, Jutllion ('it!h: Jae.
Wiioall, June'tilon City; V. It. Wins
(eorge WVhitnmii, Fort Colgary,
:(anldeni; Wmi. Fair. 'l'ongue River;
Mrs. Mary Prihe, St. Paul.
Knight, of the Ml!--s City JOURNAL.,
has got out the fir.t inulwl r of his long
promised daily. The little sheet con
tainm nore news than a village waMher
wonman. The Trib',re had no Idea
that there was no iucih going on in
Miles. NThe JOI:RNAL Is a worthy
representative of a live, sniah-ahead
The DAILY YEIJ.A)WnS.)NE JOURNAL,
Miles City, has been reei.vtd. It Is a
newsy and enterprisiag liltle sheet,
and Knight will undoulttdly atake a
success of it.- Yellowstone 'rcu.
Offloe of LBerd of 'County Cor. of
Custer County, M. T., Out. 21Lt,
Nuote Is hereby given that the board
of county eomltllljlltioers of Cutler
epunty, M. T., and the ex-olilelo board
of county c('olinuls-lnrl of DSWloSs
county, M. T., will tu.set in sieolal s
lion on Thun.uday, Oetoher Wtl, A. D.
1882, at In o'clock a. lt., at their am
In Miles City, Custer county, 20. T.,
for the tranuctlion of g1 neIn baUlin.
J. B. HUBJRLTe,
Attest: Ch'am. county Usa.
Clerk Boarud county Sons. 4.
spaevat Niede. ,
Havingl hna an experience of tweat
five years in the repair of wstches, I
warrant my work to atisqy the thno-. r
ner or mlie no sharp. ' '