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F. A. ROUTHIER,
M OIY, - . . MONTALA.
ESTIMATES AND PLANS
Furnished for Building all kinds of Structures,
either of Stone, Brlck or I.umber.
I am also prepared to Furnish at Shortest Notice
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31AIN HTEET, MIE.:s 'CITY, M. T.
Wholesale and RIttail ikNaler in
and MaSnufacture of
iotud and Flat Bridle Fillings, Ivory
and Hora Martingale Rings,
Rcp'urirag lone on short ,otice.
4-ti 1:KRNE$T oEiTrI.AcH...
W. A BURLEIGIH, Jr
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Etc1
-ALPO A LARGE STOCK OF
Of the Latest Styles.
Ranchmen and Hunters
Outits, Wall Paper, Grain,
Fe Eto. at Betto Pric.
Thla aw and e.trally eated Rewetl ba. bee.
opened to the public for b~u
Everything First Class
Are among the many advautages eafsd to the
patrons of this hous. 27
THE DAILY JOURNAL
DAILY AND W! TY.
_ aurday, Dmesber 3o, is.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Dec. 29.-David
Ferguson and George Levi, city hall
officials, under Indictment for fraud
ulent appropriation of the city
funds, are In Jail . Ferguson confesses
and hurrendered to the law. Levi was
surrendered by his bondsmen. Hinkle,
city auditor, also indleted,is now out of
Jail. Levi will ho dismnissed from the
fire department to-morrow.
N Ew YORK, Dec. 29.-Hetween
2,(i() and 3,0(( spectatsrh assembled in
Madison Square (ardens last night at
the benefit of doe Coburn, recently
fronm ling Sing prison, a well-known
pugilist, sparred. The "windup" was
by ~nllli\vanu and C'oburn. The specta
tors did not like the "friendly bout,"
and there were cries of "Go for him
Sullivan," and "GCive it to him Joe."
The two boxers stopped and turned to
the people. Sullivan said, "I want to
please you all, I will please you by
killing a man soon. Perhalp Mace
is the unknown. CoburAnd Sullivan
then engaged in thlree rounds, and
there was slugging, but much science
CI.'CAoo, LD.. .U.-Hogs-recelpts,
20,0O00; shipmluents, 4,300. Active and
strong, 5 higer, comnlon to gcdl;
miaxed, 5.6I(,, 6.10; heavy, 5.904)( 6.5i;
light, 5.5(G6.10; skilps., 4.20 (,5.35;
Cattle-receipts,4,40.); shipments, 3,tJn);
fairly active, steady on desirable quali
ties, general market dull and unsatis
factory; fancy beeves 6.l U,, 6.54';
good to choice shipping 510o, ~ •4U;
comlunon to Iusediunll40.I(, .5(4; conslder
able numlber of late arrivals not sold;
stockers and feeders 3.(A1( 4.:.' ; sheep
receipts, l,wNdi, shllpments, 1,055, active,
shippers and local butchers buying
rather freely, values not quotably
altered, conulnon to fair, butchering
3.35r( 3.75; mnedium to good 3.20( 4.25 ;
choice to extra 4.3.53 5..5. Sheep-re
ceipts I,hlN, shilpmelnts l,010, cnllinon
to fair 330W' 335; maixed 325; medium to
good 300("0 425; choice to extra 625(. 485.
The Journal cable reports market
steady at Liverpoll. For American
stock steers, 16ets ; sheep, 17(% 19ets.
Wm. H. OXLEY,
Liverpool, London, Globe
PIZQ FRE zINS. CO.
OF BROOKLYN. NEW YORK.
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
TFIre Risks Solicited on Dwell-np.,
Household Goods and Preferred Stocks.
Ooe with C. W. Bvage & Co., Comnw e
Main and Sixth Streets, Miles City. 1
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EEC urnsr uT. a
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Acorn Stoves and Ranges,
"RESTLESS AND CEASELESS."
Domestic Sein&g ackhiles, ke the teuL.
Leighton, Jordan & Co,
- I4ATTN STRAEET, -
imhe.... a. n.o. - ...- Is
Foreign and Domestic
Wines, Liquors and Cigas!
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