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Wednesday,October 18, 1882.
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.John(4. I)''ni;^-pv, BngciriMi; M^l Duncan,^^ssaen*, uid J. Tafsr, MbUm, M. T.
Itj rpllssae St. PmI; kb mm vp,^(''^linnhi.s T i. 1'Hrrs. i'lilumlnis; 3 K^Mather, St. Pnul; l^r (jimpbell, (Sleiidive;^|M0 It Tingle, ^ ami ^ tileudive.
WIPInffawlev^ Chimae; Sidiifr l'rwitif,^' mjf ^ .. M T; PmI MeCormiek, Jeaetiea;^Miif ti-ntine, New York; 0 f Bsiaanl Ttsa^York; K Rllin, ChtaflSC K.I Ceornejr, Miime- 1^^|K^U*^ Minn; It W HM^y. St Paul; .In K '^Jtihti* ^n, .-1 Paul; h K ^Minor, .Montreal,^CanoJa, Mitt l uster llow-ll, Riainan k.
Mmi.layBlffM one ^^f bV ^^^MM '^laaapa exploded in front of a Htore ^^n^Mni' iUwt,uri were it ti^t for the ;^hfoaV't iietio.i of some citizens who^caw th^ a ^ ^ill' tit, Mr. Oxley theiurent^of tlic Liverpool, LeMojoaaafl Qteee,^I'hnnix, mel American Central In-^^t;raiii i- t*ompMlM WWdd have hM le1^|my a heavy loss. Mr. Oxley, hh will'^iKt cevn by his Mini in this issue j^re|irr-eii!^ MHiie of the 1110-t soliil in-^urati' c eoinjiaiiies in the I'nltcd
ritltrit,MSldel lieiil'-' the airent for the^NewKiulaiil Life Insurancecoiiinany,^in any of which companies he |g will-^iut; to 'jive i 11 -11 mnee.
BosImowiat the lT. S. land office hns^[ taken't esddftl keens Basing the month^lof Oetnber. No l^ws than ti.inn acres^flmve IteOM entered hy actual BattlefB,^nml e\-' ty ^lny new applicants; for ^^Iioiih - ON M nitaiia's fertile acres pre^^sent lIli'MS* Ivej O'Kallon creek seems^to bt itUehillg on to the boom ami a^number of settlers have l.icatcil honie-^sti-.els in tli it isn-n ^ liatc vicinity, us ^^Um MIMQMI tor a town, with the Masl^mijunet s of elm 1 dies anil sehooN, seen is^llatteriii .'. 'Milto.i station is al-o n-^ts.iviii'; s^imc attention ami numerous^luii'l Imnti is are daily inspecting the^plats for vac int land near that point, (^MMMmMI by many one of the Iwst^locati'tis Int ween ( denilive and this^city. Th* pratfJMI for a heavy total^of permanent settler* next Bpftag nr^'^iMteftag ami a boom for the whole
valleyof tlie V.^Mow-torn- is certain.
Oneof the nlijcct* that strikes a (^stranger in Miles City most favoruhly^and cau-cs priilc to swell the heart of^the old resident, is the great store of j^C. \V. Savage ft ftou*. Where do you!^rind eiiMomers for all y^iiir giMHls^ is^the qii^i*tion alni'ist invariably ooked^by the new coiner, and a natural ques-^tionit is, for they have a store VIxlOO,^two ^tories Mfli or 10,000 St|Uare feet of !^floor pai'ked with goods not to speak^of, Warelii uses and flre-pniof. At^such a place one would naturally \^ex]xrt to tiud saloon, rain h and hunt^^ing outfit*, but few would look for !^Mich elegant 41otliing ami furnishing |^gisi'N. lunch less would the ladies Iiojk'^to find such an elegant assortment of ;^Milks satin*; lacen, dolmans, fine linens, ;^mourning goods, dress goods, mid in^facl almost as lurge ami complete an^assortment of staple nnd tine goods as^can be found In the dry goods stores of^Ht. Paul.
C.B. TifHnylmd wife, of flrand^Forks, Dakota, spent a, few days in^Miles City the past week, visiting their^old Washington friends, Mr, and Mrs.^Kreidler. Mr. Tifflny formerly bflM^the responsible BhMm of law clerk in^the assistant attorney general's ^.til. '.,^interior department, which |s^si i ^n he^resigned to accept the office of regifttcr^of the U. H. land office at Bra ^i^Forks. Mr. Tifflny com pi I inei id the^land office at this place upon the mni-^m.r of conducting the busim^ss and
keepingthe r^rds. He expressed
muchsurprise that people would rush^to (irand Forks district and tab . lands^lil'ty to one hiindi'ed miles back from^(he water courses and railroad, when^they could obtain thousands of acre- of^bottom lands with water fronts and^adjacent to the Northern Pacific, in^the Yellowstone valley, and stated that^during the coming season of lss.t the^Mill's City land office would be com^^pelled lo employ two or more clerks to^attend to the current business of the^olffce caused by the great influx of^settlers.
Theadjourned meeting of the county^republican convention met at l o'clock^yesterday ut the court house, C. H.^QmM in the chair and Sam. Cordon,^secretary. Nothing was done except^accepting the resignation of C. \V.^Horr.of Billing*, whodcclincd touccept^the nomination asc^^unty commissioner^for private business considerations.^Judge Strevell of the committee ap-^[Kiinted at the last nn-cting of the con-^veiition to re|sirt on the eligibility of^Mr. Staehlc for the hajHtal of prai at^judge, presented a written rejM.it de^^claiming Mr. Staehlc eligible. On mo^^tion of Mr. Frwinc the convention^adjourned until Oo'clock this morning.
Thevestryman of St. Paul's church^of this city, have, for the present, built^a frame building Mitt, in which to^bold eery toe this winter. The ceiling^is twelve feet high, and the whole room^neatly plastered. The capacity will Ik-^alsnit 100 |^cople, and will be finished^ready lor services the first Sunday in^DecemlKT. This is merely a teni|s^rary^slructurc, as the season was too late to^safely commence the construction of^their brick building.
Thegoverment bakery at Fort Ma-^gluniH was burned on the 1st Inst.
wnni1 mm: ami until.
MONTANA.;w* nave a very larg^would be plolMi to
ment.Me have Cook^ty-five pieces of Fund^Heating Stoves 90.00 to^agents for the cele
Furnisbrdlor Ilullding all kinds of Structurei.,^t-illier of stone, Urk-k or I.auibvr.
Weiiavc just taken
Iain al*o pnpurod to Furr.i^h ^t .-ho^l Noticw light rtlllllipg Domes
W have three p
Oftnc MoM Approved .su it ni l Make,
,Uaibed Fence Wire, T^Wooden Ware, Hracket^mtt i-tc, etc.
stockof ^tove^, an^l^how you our assoit-^Stoves. Including twen ^^turc, S'JO.OO to 3100.00^S-10.00. We M also^brated
theagency for the^tic Sewing Machine,^styles. Ple:*ee exatn-
mdflranate Ware, and^md Rope, ttuilding Pa-
ASptelaltT Ret rte m Furnl^hed. Rnidenc*^m-artbc miu IOVBMXL building. 1
w-A:BniLEI!ilLlrLeigta,Jordan ^ Co
DryGoods, Hois, Caps, Etc.
-Wholesaleend Retail Dealers in
-ALSOA LAIUSE STOCK OF-
Unlo tiir Front
Anexcuraloa partya^uniler the 111:111-^^ifeniint of Col. Geo. B. Hull, of Mon-^MMpolla and St. Paul, came in la^t^cveiiintf, and wua Hide-trucke^l until 11^o'clock lu.-t night. The feSftgi lit^made up of i|iiite a nundar of ditstin-^guirilit d and mllucntia! fceDtlerncn from^the states; uruonff whom an- C. A.^Steplmii*! lloston; F. Haverstrob,^Philadelphia; Theo. I,, DeVinne, Plill-^sdelpliia : dfciaa M. Perry, Minmwpo-^Uh; Webb Perry, EUehmoad, Ind.t^A. J. (Jttinn, Boston; Worth, Bon-^ton; C. A. ltHgle, mna^i|k^ll^; Jos.^Mansfield, Mi^nea|iolls; John DeMott,^New Ilriinswli%, K. J.; Vf. 8. Harts^^horn, N\ ^ Votk City.
Theparty Imvettic nplciidid Pulnian^hloejicr ' Alpine,^ and have enjoyed^themselve-i MgjMJ on the trip. When^near Kendrlck etotioa, they were for^^tunate ( iiouaa toWU akr;.i fatanU^-^lope, and at the ttass of tin JoritNAi.-^tTK's visit. It we) hOHping up in their^mmini.-M.ry ear, ready for breukfust]^(jeorjje \\ . M^ic^i ah*' celebrated^caterer of Ht iW, has charjre of the^cuisine, imdghtytftoend satisfaction.^. The party loft h*. IMWw^ Inst night,^tand will r.-tam toMt a:*^ to-day, on^their way eaoV ^ WljM the Little Mia-^[souri is 1 u-hwt (to iMI will 'w HWiteh-^1, and flrtolt gfMT T^^' to have^lagiMid limit to flp |h^dlands. The^[gentb iueu wcta gjfaMcj plenm-d with^IMiles City aj|MjBHSoundings, and^|some t NprvjsaMM^MVU-niilnaUon to^turn sbotoatBfti
Offthe Latest Styles.
Havethe Largest Stock of
Heavyami Shelf Hardware!
ErclmivcAgent for all tltc Satisfactory Linen of
BOTHCOAL ANB WOOB STOVES
Outfits,Wall Paper, Grain,
Feed,Etc. at Bottom Prices.
LargeDouble Store, on M Street fill RiOTO 10 Kf M iBTttto -l
Wines,Liquors and Cigars!
CLOTHING,BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hunter'sand Ranchman's Ontfits
Wagons.Plows. Teats. Etc