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.evrisedL tc Date
That sale of Stetson's Cow 11o0
Hats created quite an excitement
yesterday. and well it might; val
ues from S3.oo, to S.0oo at S2.0o
your choice, is quite a bargain
even at Mclntire's, a place notor
ious in the past for genuine low
prices; balance of lot, about ico,
go to-day at same price. S2.oo each.
The new Fedora I lats, just re
ceived, square and round top.
Colors--black, light brown and
French grey. Will be eagerly
taken by the elite, esthetic gentle
men of Miles who desire to keep
abreast the eastern fashion in head
Caps are the correct thing this
spring, and the M. M. Co. are
strictly in lint, and have them all.
We, however, recommend the
''Commio dore. in black, navy and
Lohdon fog. The English yacht
ing cap is ail riý'ht, adm a utw
thing .. t t", be tadi
Prices, toc.7;c and (t.co.
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IMILY OK '.1 MEA~.ta
MaximumttmI-rartur. . II .
Minium tmpertut, z
Mean teryw -rature. 41.
M eta n te m np tra tu r ," fo r l o rd 1. t' , d eg r 'ees.
Tttrl prI rltitatian for month. 1,;..
HI. R. IEOYNTON. (
WA..ifxhOoro, May. 1 t
To observer. Mies City, Montana: s
Montana:-5how.err fu..owedby fair. 8
Chief of Weatlhrr *ur.au.
SO E:-The alxave fortecast is for :5 hours
from 6 a. m., its date.
THE DAILY JOURNAL
MILEM CITY, MONTANA.
Go to Brady's for photographs. *
Frank C. Robertson is down from the
Lemp's celebrated lager beer at Bul
Ei and Charles Coggshall are in from
L. W. Stacy came in from his Tongue
river home yesterday.
Mrs. William Hill returned to her
home this morning.
For Budweiser beer call at Professor
County Commissioner Graham came
down from Rosebud on Sunday.
Jepp Ryan returned from the Mussel
shell ranch yesterday afternoon.
Men's night robes 50 cents each for a
short time. C. B. Towers & Co. *
H. R. Phillips returned on Sunday
from a trip to the L U.- ranch. on the
Dr. Adams makes a specialty of pain.
less dental work and now is your time.*
William Duminy is repairing and al.
most rebuildlag a residence for himself
on the south side of the track.
Cottonwood or pine, cut in stove
length. Leave orders at Case, King A
Wodaitski's. * P.O. WaMIo.
Ow'ug to the lneneased length of the
days, the passors of the several churches
Ia towa have decided to chamge the hour
o. opening the Sunday services fron
t li o'clock to 8 o'clock, and the new
rule will go into effect next Sunday.
IItxxIs Sarsaparilla pretively curet
even when all others fail. It has a re
cored of successes unequaled by ani
B. other nedicine.
I.111 special tate tickets on Ilrady's
photo st udio will have to be presented
on or befor,- Friday. May .5th; otherwise
u they wili not ie redeemed.
tt Frank 11. Morton has received a new
ii- and handsome piano direct from the
factory. which will be both ornamental
DO anl useful in his residence.
in Frank W. Allen. a native of Great
r- Britain. was to-day granted his full citi
zenship pualsrs in the district court. his
witnesses being Captain traiion and 11.
0, G. Wear.
T. J. Thompson to-diay purchased
Uncle Cole's delivery outlit and started
into business at nrsoi. His cards call for
dray No. :. and stands ready for any and
Saun Thurman is the first resident of
(I Custer county to take advantage of the
new law relating to stallions, having on
} Saturday evening recorded his horse.
Monarch 1st. with Clerk Swerdliger.
Pedestrians are entering serious coni
- plaints againt bicyclist using the side
walks and compelling la ea especially
to give the walks to the whee en. Sev
eral very close calls for collisions oc
curred Saturday and Sunday, and it
would he a gisid idea for the bicyclists
to hI- a little careful.
tItueklen't Arulea salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises. acres, ulcers, salt rheunu. fever
sores. titter. chalp ed hands. chilblains
corns and skin eruptions. and positively
,ures piles or no pay required. It is
-ualrnteed to give pi-rfet satisfaction
or mient"y refundedl. Prise _:,c per box,
Nor sale by John :'1right.
ii,.. lisanii .%itentinu.
There will bt" a ile ting of the Base
liall .1 , Ca-tion at the City Council
c.tases this '.l..tday, owi ningat hS tciek
1Oat1I fIi' itny I uetosi o- paiting u pon
bi. l1111 ,wrangie: tot the iilprtvemient
of the i.runnnds.
L.a. IbIcumos. Secv.
1l." (aopboeil and --Ike" Orschi. two
nirnit l td ld balhelois. start,.l for the
ca-i this tiorninlt. Ike is radiant wit 1
th-- etfulience of approaching natri
mu n. while "-.1L. say,. -perhaps. but not ,,
inni tiat l+'." Thins .are cntniing pre t-I
ty sitl soth it-hen an oll t4-teran like '-Ike"
Or-thel can step in and draw ia prize.
and that ne doubt is what revives hope
in ".11's" breast- and then there is Simon
trenith antid Health. -
If you are not feeling strong an It
healthy. try Electric Bitters. If --La i
gripi*" has left yviu weak and weary t
use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts t
directly on liver. stomach and kidneys.
gently aiding those organs to performnl
their functions. If you are afflicted
with sick headache. you will find spee-dy n
and permanent relief by taking Electric ti
Bitters. One trial will convince you
that this is the remedy you need. Large b
bottles only 5(1c. at Wright's Drug store. tI
Buaiding Aswewlatlon NotIce.
The regular meeting of the Custer e
county building association will be held a
on Tuesday evening May 9th when the
third series of stock will be taken out.
The par value of the shares is 8200 each A
payment on which is regulated at 81 per tl
month per share. Those desiring to el
take shares or wishing information re- to
garding the association, are requested to at
be present at the meeting, or they can
apply to the undersigned.
J. 8. Tacscorr, Prest. A
En. ARsOLD, Vice-Prest.
* nnw,. -
Special Rate to Helens-a. A. 3.
Delegates and others attending thi
annual encampment of the G. A. R. ai
Great Falls on May 10th, will be given a
round trip rate over the Northern Paci
tic, from all points in the state to Hel
ena, conditioned upon an attendance oc
one hundred or more. Full fare must
be paid going and the reduced rate ot
one-fifth fare returning, will be adjusted
on the certificate plan. Those who de.
sire to avail themselves of this rate must
take a receipt from the agent of whom
they buy a full fare ticket, which must
be presented in purcheasig return
H. D. OBasrra,
aperial asle to a1ena. K. er P.
To those desirous of attending the
meeting of the Grand Lodge K. of P.,
which meets at Helen., May 16th, the
Northern Pacific railroad will give a
round trip rate at one and one-filth fare.
provlded one hundred or more attend
the meeting. Parties will pay full fare
golng and take a receipt. If one hun
dred or more attend, the sneretary's aw
tolnete together with the ralruad re
ceipt will be authority to the company's
agent at Helena to sell a return ticket
at one-fifth regular rate. Tickets wilibe
on sle May 13 to 10. Incualve, good for
one day after clue of meeting.
H. D. O'aasm.
a ~ Aget.
NEARING THE END.
Thwe. ('ae or takeer SNuimittfe to the .Jumr}
usll I eeler ( un'.Iderratloe.
Saturday atfternesen was spent in try
ing to complete twe liaker murder case.
and when court adjourned for suppe'r
it still looked like this might be atceue
plished by iniel, ght. Quite a number
of witnesses were inutreluced to prove
the Wesl character of Biaker and the
quarreelsonslbe disossition of McDonald
and Drs. (iardejeer and Friek were used
as e'xerts ' '.on the meeental condition of
After supper the state introduce'o
considerable testimony in rebuttal. and
it was fully 1,::5t eeedhek when both sides
had rested their case. The court then
announced that the case was too iju
pfrtant to limit the attorneys in their
arguments. and as it would be unepes
sible for theta to make four speeches
and for the court to then instruct the
jury before midnight. it would become
necessary to adjourn court until Mon
lay morning at Ot clock. which was
The jurors spent a very pleasant Sun
lay, and enjoyed themselves as much
is possible. They were very comfort
ably quartered at the Macqueen. and
luring the afternoon Under Sheritf
rhurman and Bailiff Chapman secured
:wo rigs and took them out for a long
Irive. which was duly appreciated by
This morning. at Of o'cleck. court was
ailed to order. and after the reading of
he minutes and calling the jury. County
ittorney Loud proceeded to address the
urors frme the position taken by the
itate. lie occupied the toor about
brrete-quarters of an hour, and was fol
wed by J. E. Light. who spoke until
early 11 o'eloek. when heeconcluded and
Ieeess of ten minutes was taken.
bout li o clock JIr. Middleton began
is alt 1e"- to the jury. n hich was not
eept 1-tel at the t ieee taking the noen
JIr. i tlietlettoeeieoeletel his argument
t 2:25 o'ilkel:. anl was fellowed tev eIr.
eull. At thee aeelesion of his address
- ineerr .e ieinlrtrte*,eie and retireel
ri;:d tlheir we'tet eat 1:15 this afte
e . ('i. titer. ietjeurce 1 until 10:1t
ýlie Blau the en I.feiarv interest was
anifrute.l in the trial to-elay. the at
eilatce heidg mueh larger than upon
IN- fteyeer day. a el a nubetr of ladies
-inee taeent in the audience. It is
rite strange. however. that see few pIe
e have- neen in atte'etaence upon court
iring the progress of the case, as in
most every murder trial a great deal of
terest is shown, and the court room is
,sally erowded with spectators.
The bHoard of school trustees of district
No. I has formally accepted the plane
submitted by (captain Carr for the en
largenient of the present .hool facilities
in this city. al p the atter will have
charge of the con tructn as soon as the
contract is let.
It is prolseeud to ild on the rear of
the old building a ;. foot addition,
two stories high. Which will give four
new roums. affording ample accommoda
tions for years to come. The new struc
ture will run to within 61. feet of the
rear of the lot. and will permit of a much
better separation of the two sexes, as
there tvill be side entrances both ways.
On each floor there will be two rooms,
one 23i; ,xa and the other *!il~xt!, with
ample cloak rooms for all four, while ad
joining one of the rooms on the second
floor there will be a teachers room 11x20.
An inspection of the plans shows that
the addition will be most convenjent in
every detail. and it is estimated that the
four rooms can be finished in first-class
style for a sum considerably inside of
the 810.000 bonds which were recently
A Little Gil's Sxperieuee is a Light
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are keep
era of the gov. lighthouseat Sand Beach,
Mich. and are blessed with a daughter.
four years old. Last April she was tak
en down with measels. followed with a
dreadful cough and turning into a fev
er. Doctors at home and at Detroit
treated her. but in vain, she grew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere "handfnl
of bones": Then she tried Dr. King's
New Discovery and after the use of two
and a half bottles, was completely
cured. They say Dr. King's New Dis
covery is worth its weight in gold, yet
you ma¶ get a trial bottle free at John
Wright s Drug store.
About dark on Saturday night Jack
Smith and Bill Noit, two carpenters, en
gaged ia a fist fight, someadistanoeabove
I. WUs nmllos .1 Msems-~ Yeat 8Wa4.I
(town where they were working, and frot
the general appearance of the forma
one would infer that he came out as th
under nrar. At any rate he declare,
war upon his adversay. and borrowing
uninature edition of a cannon. loaded i
int', his hip p s ket. ani started out ii
qluest of Noir. Smith went down in thi
ne! hborrhio d of the" water tank, are
while exatnining his gun in some wad
discharged it. the bullet passing througi
the tieshy part of the second tinger or
his left hand and plowing a furrow ii
the index firger. lie came to town. ant
Dr. Fish had a job in repaising the darn
The hoard of county commissioners
was in session this morning, with Messrs.
Haynes and (;raharm in attendance.
It was a monthly session. but nothing of
any particular interest was done, except
the paying of a hatch of the bills put in
by county and township officers.
Nothing icceeds lile success, and a
young "tri in Detroit is in a fair way to
prove the truth of the axiom if persever
ance is any A=in of a duck's nest. He
has been in love with a girl for a long
tim", and there ha: been nodouht in the
minds of their 5splective friends that
she Las ref: _ 1 'I In more times than one.
Not long ago he ,oll his roommate that
on that evening Ie was going to ask her
"gain. At midnight when he returned
he was so cheerful that his friend hardly
thought it ueceseiry to ask him about
his enec s-. but lie did.
He shook his head.
"What! She didn't refuse you, did
"That's tro ba'1. Dy Jove, I'd let her
"It's all right," stit the suitor confi
dently. "I didn't evict anv better luek.
It's the thirteenth time I've asked hlr.
and of cour *1 ' noldn't accept. I've
got an p" ii t11l now before inc. end
you it Ill have Le: yet."-Detroit F'ree
I1ti'tdfuY; 1!w swag.
The prisoner was in the police cont
for stealtin a pockethook and a tshystei
*1'n want a lawyer to defend you.
snppos--' he s-ll insinuatingly.
"' as sown have one as not." replih.
the pr-oae-c it it doesn't cost tot
'Vell 1Il only charge you ten dol
'Thunderation!' exclaimed the pr!,.
oner. "there was only eleven dollars in
the pockeds ok anw you don't want
more than half of it. do you?"-Detroit
":znt-,d to Get well.
It is oft it sail that physicians are well
use- to ingratituh-. but perhaps thy
could isar the unpalatable draft with
composure if it were always as arausing
ly presented as in the following case:
Dr. J. M1. Warren had been in the ha
bit for a number of years of giving pro
fessional advice to a lady in reduced cir
cumstances, whom he regarded as hardly
able to offer hitm any compensation.
At length she ceneid consulting him,
and he did n t se a her for a long time.
Finally. lhapplning to meet her in the
street, he sail to her:
"Why. Mr . - , what has become of
you? You haven't been near me for
"Well, the fact is. Dr. Warren," she
said, in all simplicity, "I didn't seem to
gain very much, and I thought I'd con
sult a pay doctor!"-Youth's Companion.
Tobacco IUsers Smile Somettmes
When told that tobacco hurts them;
their wives never do, because shattered
nerves, weak eyes, chronic catarrh and
lost manhood tells the story. If your
husband uses tobacco, you want him to
quit, post yourself about No-to-bat the
wonderful, harmless, guaranteed tobac
co habit cure, by sending for our little
book titled:. "Don't Tobacco Spit Your
Life Away," mailed free. Drug storts
generally sell No-to-bac.
THE STERLING RaxDnr Co.,
Indlana Mineral Springs, Indiana.
Notiee of Xusieipai Bleetiss.
Notice is hereby given, that the An
nual Election of offiers named below,
will be held in the City of Miles City on
Monday, May 8th, 1808,
which election will he open from So'clock
in the morning until 6 o'clock in the
evening of the same day.
The offices to be filled by such elec
tion, and the respective terms thereof,
are as follows:
One Mayor.............for two years
One City Attorney........for two years
One Cit Treesnrer.....for two years
ne One Magistrate.....for two years
One Alderman, 1st Ward..for two years
One Alderman, 2d Ward...for two years
The respective poling places for said
election are folutd a lows:
1st Wrd- Elath house on 6th
street between Pleasant and Palmer set.
2nd Ward-Hose Hoae on Park street
between Main and Bridge streets,
Dated this 26th day of April, 189.
m A KIND) ADIEU.
The t'resbyterian Churesh (rowded to
t ear Mr. Dunlap's Farewell,
Last e-vening, fully half an hour before
it the opening of the serviL-es in the Pres
n 1,yterian elhurtbh theco congregation oegan
t' assethbli,- afwd lhen thi* stacoil bell
it had sounded its last note. standing room
y was all that was to be hadt in fact the
h audience was the largest that has been
n assembled at any religious eu-r ice in this
city for many years.
Mr. Dunlap oc -,iied the rulpit. while
on his right sat I. .. .1r. %. eeks his tem
pxorary successor. and on his left were
Revs. J. F. Pritchard anl F. (;. Boy ian.
comprising the protestant clergy of the
city. Mrs. W. S. Snell was seated at the
" piano, while the choir consisted of Misses
Batchelor. Thompson and Thorp; Mrs.
Edgar Campbell L "' Messrs. Thompson,
t Campbell and Hannen.
t Mr. Dunlap a- anced that the choir
would sing a~ anthem. which was most
The pastor then read a letter from Mr.
Weeks, announcing his acceptance of the
pastorate of the church until such time
as the pulpit could be ternanently tilled.
1 to begin with next Sunday evening.
The retiring pastor referred, in well cho
sen language, to his labors here. and the
most gratifying conditien of the church
and its attendent societies at the present
I time, and regretted his departure from
this city. but felt that it was his duty to
accept the eastern call.
Miss Batchelor and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
gar Campbell sang a trio. and after Rev.
Mr. Weeks had read a selection from the
scriptures. Rev. F. G. Boylan offered a
fervent prayer. Mr. Dunlap then deliv
ered his last sermon. and it was an un
usually good one. being highly spoken
of and thoroughly appreciated by every
Miss Batchelor followed with a sacred
soprano solo. exquisitely rendered. and
displaying her superb voice to such an
extent that no one in the congregation
could fail to see that everybody was
Judge Strevell then arose and an
nounced that a -'ntmnittce had been ap
pointed by the church session on Wed
nesday evening t- draw resolutions upon
the departure of Mr. Dunlap. and called
upon Mr. McIntire for the report of that
committee. The latter stepped to the
front of the chun chl and read the docu
ment. which complimented Mr. Dunlap
upon the success of his labors in Miles
City, deeply regretting his departure
and highly recommending him to his
Alpee Blonenfelt. a gentlemen who had
about t3.000 on his person, and who also
had more liquor on his person than he
could comfortably carry. waited upon
Magistrate Gihh about c o'clock on Sat
urday evening. and paid a fine of t. and
costs for drunkenness.
City Registration Nottee.
Notice is hereby given, that the un
dersigned will sit for the registration of
voters as provided by Ordinance No. 37
of the City of Miles City, at my office
on the south side of Main street be
tween Seventh and Eighth streets. on
the following days and at the following
On Thursday. Friday and Saturday.
April 27. 29 and 29. from 9 o'clock a. in..
until 7 o'clock p. im.. except one hour at
noon. and on Saturday May 7th from 9
o'clock a. m.. until 10 o'clock p. in., ex
cept one hour at noon. es
F. M. SCHWARTZ. it
Noties of Probate of WiL
In the District Court of the Seventh Judicial ,.,
District otf the State ouf Montana, in and for the it
County of ('aster.
In the matter of the estate of Charles Knowl.
Pursuant to an order of said court, made on
the first day of May. i~tt, notice is herevo given
that Monday, the i-Sth day of May. 1*3 at Y
o'clock p. in. of said day, at the Court room of
said court, at the court house in the county of
('aster. has heen appoinited as the time and
place for Proving the will of said Charles Know.3
!tof t(eorge Knowlton for hthe isance to himt of
letters test inentary when and where sany person
intteisted may appear and contest the same.
Dated May Wst, t at
W. J. Zstusrzaur
LIST YSUE REAL ESTATE
N'c©r 1a~e c~r t!13"'
C ai. Wý. ,
+/li ii.tIA Noim.u e 'e
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~u~p ~ Y WIE . WE. a
Jiusaestie Animnalt Ruaming at Large.
Notice is hereby given to all owners d
horses. mules, asses. cattle, sheep, goats
or swine within the city limit. that from
and after thisdate any of such stockfound
running at large and unattended within
the limits of this city and upon the
streets and alleys thereof, will be im
pounded as provided by Ordinance No.
12. and held subject to the penalties pro.
vided in said ordinance.
E. S. JAItfsOs.
* Chief of Police and Pound Keeler.
What In 1.oeey
W'i-iteld against tha' halth it M. often fait. to
buy! br,.ss ts*l.er While we can now. of us
claim a total ex is ptiin from that ereate.st of
all ills ti whirl, ti-ih i. heir -ill health, we may
do much to lesos the chances of incurrice it,
and this not alone be ttt a'Ioption of such sani
tary measures as are tr be ftohuwt in daill -ixer
ime, reguilar hours. prt'-nce- in eating acl
drinking. and i wh.t-soloisme .li.t. but also b) r,-.
sorting to judicious pr'-esintin- ne-dication
wiet, the cyst'-im is threatened by unhealtlhful
influences. For instance, residents or mijourn
ers in malarioui, localities should utw Hiutat
tern Stomach Bitters as a defenseagrinet chills
and fever, and pertnts who incur inuch out.
of-door expswure should emplo' it as a safe
guard against rheumatism. Travelers in the
tropics find it invaluable also as a means of ar
resting liver complaint andi constipation sad
contractint the debilitating ihlfunence ofa tor
31 TeYru of Se r l uag S Ons
Bowe et eOWS.
Mrs. Ed. Bwses
"Few people have suiered at much as I have
rith sick headache. I Lave had it by spells for
11 years, sometim'es as cften as
Three Timres a Week.
would get up with it, stifer all day. go so bed
wista is and have It all night. I tried every.
hing that was recommendes', but never was
tired until abouta year ago, when
My Mother-In- Law
tarsuaded me to try one bottle of flood's Sarsa.
arilla. lam glad to say th-t it cured m.-. a:.4
I havene. had sick headache since I tI a
he trst bottle of Hood's Sareapari'a. It has
Lone me a great deal of go,, Iin other ways, and
as increased my weight from 1`19 ae 149
enuade. I cannot prc. se flood'a Sarsaparilla
noulh." Mtas. ED. SWAN. Duncanville. Ill.
MOOD'S PILLS are hand made, and pecfket
a proportion and appearance. 2lc. per bea.
F. M. SCHWARTZ,
Buys and sell. town and ranch peoperty. La.
ttea parties desirous of settlinug on (tovtem.
cut cr R. R. land. Attends to the renties of
,uses. Pays taxes for non-rcesidents, ete.
ive Stock Trades a Speciahy.
Any business entrusted to amy cars will ren
its, prompt attention. Curersytademscs soils.
pd. Office in Stock Growers Bank block,
ltS1* VS1*T, agis.*mm.ea
V. F. 8CHMALSLE,
EAt ESTATE AM COUE TISS
Oniona-Usia street, Riles City, seat io
raven s & ?etet