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THE DAILY JOURNAL
Wadneua y, October iS, Ewa.
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O .OTEL ANKIVAL L.
Cos.,ree(nl.
John Q. l)ernp'ev, Roueuian; Med Duncan,
Ioudrbud, 3iai J. Titler. Maiden, U. T.
ltrImeeag#,.
IJt Pettibone, St. PauI; N B Peters w,
('oluntnbuw; T h P'eters, t'olinlnUr; h
Mlatlhr. St. Paul; D)r Cainpell, (?lendive;
arnd (Get R Tingle, w and c (ilendive.
f: ww Sty-al.
I ainv.:s. M T; I'aul Mc{Xrnmiik, Junction;
Ilarr; tin e, Ne'w York; 01 ' JicharIl. New
\i~r;F; KIIi%, (tihi'ito; F J Coorne. Minne.
:ai.di.. Mi'i; It W Ilnsbv, t Plnt; J44I
le~e"- , .-t 1'aui; L R Vennlor, MWontral,
I .Ifl:, and Fktflrilowell,fli iaImrck.
Miii.lIa nlight one of the gaP ofne
Ibl!ºIJ ex·IotIe'll In front of a store on
Muir +'rieLt. anai4 were it not for the
jirnar t :we'ti.. of somne citizens who
Maw tIa e:&,idlent, Mr. Oxicy the agent
il* tlii' I .-rpeii~l, L~ond~on unit (I lobe,
I'hu-nix, zand Amncric~nn Central In
Mtrlraxe" e4.,1jnflle4nie would have had to
asa: la wuv\·y 10*1. 'Mr. Oxley, am will
bw seen l y hkis ctrd in thi.lissue
represelnlis stae of the muo1t solld In
:;uraii · (Otflfn ficI in the United
L tate'd. ( i.tsl tle"cinm the agent for the
New llnsLuit'l Lite lII1uruflCe (0111juiflty,
in any of Wh~ich coumipanion he . will
ing to *zive inruranee.
Bl.ini'e- ait the I. . land office has
takein !t -miliien tooiorn during the month
(of (.'*'.T. No kle than 6l,(Y) acres
have bl.reu eutelrc by actual set'lers,
andl ev'\ry dly new iipplilntit for
hotwn- nii M'. iitaLtn:t' fertile neres pre
se lt il.it.'elve.4. O'Fallon creek iweins
It) hw , .a uihlig. oni to the Iin int amlil a
r|inlllller of swttlers have located honll(
stel.vls in titit linniidiitte viciiilyt , It
th r iri,o'll t for a town, with thle iu.ali
adljumll't.* f o'chuI'chlr and s:1 olkl<. vM'lis
tlltteriili. *Milton station is also rt
ceiviu Wsmi uateuliou l alnd Iulioierius
land hunter4 tre daily inpeetiIqg the
platI for vac'':tt land near that point,
con4miderilt liy many one of thie iHst
leatlionll Imetweemn (ilendive unld this
city. TI'I I;ro.Awct for a heavy nflux
of pernitaineit settlern next splwring r.
flatteriin andi a lKiori for tile whole
valley oi t'w Y:·llow-t'ne is certain.
Katerprisl.
One of the oljc.ts that strikes a
stranger in Miles City most favorably
and cai-itus prilde to swell the heart of
the old reiulent, In the great store of
C. W. Ravage & .nu . Where do you
und rcustonllers for all your goods? is
the quetilon aleist Invariably asked
by the ni.w .'mnter, and a natural ques
* tl % Is, for thly have a store 5x100,
Stwo 0,14b10I or 10,000 iuare feet of
I rt with goods not to speak
df, .ii tl'es and fre-proof. At
much u Ilice one would naturally
expect to lilnd saloon, ranch and hunt
_ Ijoutfits, but few would look for
Isch el4il 1t lthin and ftrnishing
goods, much lhw would the ladles hope
to Aind kiehi anl elegant assortment of
silks, matins% luce, dolmans, fine linens,
mourning goods, dres goods, and In
Atet lagout as large and complete an
a oRlti(mt f tple and fine goods as
ann he fiatd It the dry goods stores of
Mt. Paul.
On ti lo9 Iy*L
An excurslon partMgunder the nman
agenint of Col. Geo. B Hall, of Mon
nealplis and St Paul, came in last
evenlng, and. wa sidde4raked until 11
doeloak last alghb The party is
ma s oIp of quite a uImber of dhitia
BM~ and aimmentisJ eMtlemen frem
be settea; amren whom are C. A.
J- tephcn4 Boston; F. Havertroh,
SPiladelphia; Theo. L, DeVinn., Phil
Sdelphia; Chas. M. Perry, inampo
b; Webb Iny, Richmond, lnd.t
J. Quina, of ----y BI
;C. A. A loll; ls.
rai Kendr '
Wasi eno 111111SM1l 111
Slse, and JoaArt
ri'l visit, up I teitr
hoLrNWe 100l11
* party. Vupal -I
so, toMISolW
willr cY la.,r a.
way
ad
wassay me*s*.*
C. B. TIMny and wife, of Grand
Forks, Dakota, spent a few days in
Mile. City tile past week, visiting their
old WVashington Mends, Mr. and Mrs.
Kreldler. Mr. Timny formerly held.
the retlioaible position of law clerk in
the asuistant attorney general's ,,ttlec,
interior department, which Ixi, i ,n hli
resigned to accept the omce of r,'t, r
of the U. S. hand offioe at (';r.:d
Forks. Mr. Tifiny comnplimr i, tlli
land office at this place upon the mnm
nr of conducting the business anlld
keeping the records. He expressed
mut(h surprise that pe'opi' would rush I
to Grand Forks district atl l: t:kI landsl
filfty to ote hundred miles back fromn
the water courses and railroad, when
they could obtain thlousanl4 of acres of
bottom lands with water fronts and
adjacent to the Northern Paeiflc, in
the Yellowstone valley, and stated that
during the coining season of 1813 the
Miles City land office would be comn
pelled to employ two or more clerks to I
attend to the current business of the
oFee caused by the great influx of
settlers.
Republlesa CeavrcateU.
The adjourned neeting of the county
republican convention met at 4 o'clock I
yesterday at the court house, C. H.
Gould in the chair and Sam. Gordon,
secretary. Nothing was done except
accepting the resignation of C. W.
Horr,of Billings, who declined to accept
the nomination ascounty commissioner
for private business consideration.
Judge Strevell of the committee ap
pointed at the last meeting of the con
vention to report on the eligibility of
Mr. Staehle for the position of prnlate:
judge, presented a written report de
claiming Mr. Staehle eligible. On mo
tion of Mr. Erwine the convention
adjourned until 9o'clock this morning.
Upheeops caebk.
The vestryman of Mt. Paul's church
of this city, have, for the present, built
a frame building 20x40, in which to
hold services thle winter. The ceiling
tI twelve feet high, and the whole room
neatly plastered. The capacity will be
about 100 people, and will be finished
ready for services the first Sunday in
December. This is merely a temporary
structure, as the season was too late to
safely commence the construction of
their brnek building.
The goverment bakery at Fort Ma
glanls was burnd on the Ist int.
W. A.BUIRLEIGH, Jr
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
GROCERIESI
O D Goods, Hgts, Caps, Etc,
S-ALSO A LAIRE STOCK OF
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
Of the Latest Styles.
Have the Largest Stock of
Iesa anl Shelf Irwa !
In Eastern Montana.
Excieuvc Agent for all tOhe StWfactory I.ae of
BOTI COAL AND WDll STIVW
Ranchmen and Hunters
Outfits, Wall Paper, Grain,
Food, Etc. at Bottom Primes.
A DouPoe
F. A. ROUTHIER,
CONTRACTOR
And Builder,
MILES OITY, - - - MONTAN
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ESTIMATES AND PLANS
Furalsbed for Bullding all kinds of Strueturem,
etiner of Stone. Brick or Lumber.
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I am also prepased to Furnish at Sbortwt Nu.lse
BURIAL CASKETS.
Of the Mest Approved Style and Make,
UTNDM,TAEXIG
A pee.i. Ref.ren Le Fruasei. re"--Ce
mra the DAILY JO RMNAL bMIag. 1
MILES ý& STREVELL
WROLEsAL AND IITAIL
H ARDWA RE!
We have a very large stock of Stores, and
would be pleased to ,how you our assort
ment. We have Cook Stoves, including twen
ty-flve pieces of Fund ture, 620.00 to 8100.00
IentiLg Stoves $6.00 to ~40.00. We are also
agents for the cele brated
We have just taken the agency for the
light running Domes fl tic Sewing Machine.
We have three (3) styles. Please exam
ine them.
Barbed Fence Wire, Ti md Granate Ware, sad
Wooden Ware, Bracket sad Bope, 'Building Pa
pet, etc., etc.
AIRlll NK'S BEST SCALIS!
Pumps, Plows, etc.
MILES & STREVELL
Leighton, Jordan& Co,
CROCERIES!
PROVISIONS,
Foreign and Domestic
Wines, Liquors and Cigais!
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
.4^M- MWWm*^^^ R^^i * -,_
> '. ' 111., il

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