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BSTABLISHEL 1881. MIL ..S CITY. VMONT 4 KNIYNT 8033D3.. Editlrn sd Publhslhrf. T11 OFFICIAL PAPER OF (CU:TER COUNTY W. D. KNIGHT. S. GORDON. e. blb asLgal ai TYz. ¥LLoauTOis JOUUaAL, eaitreted by aay of the employ.s of said paper or, etheL , will be recognised unules aucompanied by a written order signed be the publiher or buslaese All ens ad eommulcattions containing mat tar lUatead for ptblicatioe no this paper, should be sddre eed to "Til YELLOWSTOtNE JOURNAL." aid the name of the writer must be given to insure atteantion. Tle editor of Tl YeI.LOwqONI JOUiNAL ii not repoosible for any of the opinions or utterances of its oonespoedenta. IMtece is hereby gves to all concerned that Tai TsLLOwUTOni JOUIMAL holds the contract from the avernor of Montana, to do all printing and advertising, of whatever nature chargeable to Cus ter couty; and I also the designated and oely Ipper in Custer county in which services by pub. lieatlon can be I..sll made. Legal notiee' pub ,lsaed in other papers of Custer county, are todd and worthless, as has been decided by the courts of Woutan+. Wednesday, November I. IU5S. THA4NKSGIVING PKROrLAM.TION. A IRHOCLAtATION The'Amenr an people have always cause to be thankful to Almuihty God. whose watchful care andgulling have ben manifested in every slage oftbeir national life, guiding and protecting them n time of peril and safely leading them in the hour of darknes arcd danger. It is ftting and proper that a ia ~'on thus favored should on one day in every . ar for that purpose especially ap pointed, Ipully acknowledge the goodness of God and return thank.4 to Him for a'l ltts gracious "r.ft. Thetefore. I Grover Cleveland. President of the 'nited 8'ates of America, do hereby designate and set apart I bursday, the JMth day of November i. stant, as day of public thanksliving and pra v,t. and invoke the observanee of the same by all thae peoopleof the land on that day. Let all slc'..r .business be suspended and let the people as.ei I, in their usual places of worship and with I r : r and sot gs of traise devoutly testify their "cr.i toude t. the giver of every go.d and perfect iti fIr all th: t He has done for us in the rear that u,.t . passe ; for our pres.rvationai a unlt(d II. n and l.r our deliverance from theshotk car d.n:. r of p dlitical convuliot; for the Iblesing. of i* .. and tor our safety and quiet whllew an aild rum... of an have agitated acd md amlted other latane of'bhe earth; fr our security against the sa:ur.e of ,etalence, which in other latds haI claiml I t1s di.d bIy thousands and tilled the stnretsli stlh n urners; for the plenteous crop whir h rem ard t :e labtr of the husbandman an Ii ncrease our ;ation's wea th, and for the roltentnient through. at our borders which follow, in the train of pros t erity and abundance; and let there aluo be on :he day thus set apart a reunion of fanlllles, mane tified and cu:stened hr tender nlemor'es acd uaso ciations, and let the .,:ial interc*,urse of friends, with pleantit relinl4tences, renew the ties of st fection and strengthen the bonds of kindly feelilg, and let us by no means forget, while we give thank. an I enjoy the comlfors which have crowned our lives, that truly gra'eful hearts are inclllned to charlty, and that kind and thoughtful remem brance of the tio r will double the pleasures of of our condition and render our praise acid thanksgiving "uor acceptable in the sigh' of the L.rd. Ione at the City of Washington, thin secnnd day of November. ene thousand eight hunIlreld id eighty-tfve, snd lf the independence of tei, I.itedn 8tatesthe one hundred and tenth. (ýignel. tIKOVEK CLEVIEI.tNLi. By the t'reident; T. F. fitant, lte:retary ofSta'e. THANKiGIVIO PROCLAMATION. BY TEI GOvEBýOa.. In the nmid.t of the abwu dant evident.es, of ptro - p:rity, health and hal line'a that surround us onl every a de. I he.m it b.ftting t tha p ople of Mlntana should Join in a getcral thanksgivillg to the Allwise Being frum wlho.e hanld colteth every g rod and perfect gift. Therefore. in aieord n e with the atabliish'd Iqage, and in cottlllrll tyv aib the pr clamiation of ,If the President of the ['llted tlatel, I, ti. T. Hauser, t;overnor of the Tertory of Montana, do de.igllat. 2hur.lday the 2ith day of November, I. as as ay of thanksglvig and praise to the uopry.llte Ruler of the I niveree. I hivite the peo ple u It tielri itory to a proper observance of this day. ilt i. returl thankl to the Alltignty God for Ih. tiiaiitanlI riercies and bliesinl.ga, ant mn iplore a .ut'iuane( of ili. di. Jin favor and Iro tel Ilwil. IIl letilnony whereof I ha e herelnto i t lmy handi ald cai.ed the seal ol the T·rrirory of Moll taat iio IC eatird lI,ne at I(elen'n , tIl capital. II.. ,*nti lday of Nivelle-r. Int the lyear of ailr tori l .n. tthousatnd right blillir,- I an t eigiiiy-flte. yv th r...rnlr: - T. HIAt BER. (1i I ,'A Itl . W, 'lli. . i r, tary of Montana CO L3?T.A KTIAL. Aii ,nig tile timely suggest)iol ,sub -mittel to the secretary of War hfr his conllder;atil in the preparation of hils annul repo.rt are Iwo or Ibhree of un usual inte-re.lt sI1d value lromn Acting Judge Ad.\,eate (jeneral Lieber. They are of a decidedly irogressive characlter, ffirdilng conclusive proof that Ilihe bureau oif Iilitary justice haI anot elitiroJy nleglecled recent OPl)Or. tulitiei for the acc(uiiltion of valuable kuowledge'. They show, tooi, that, in tihe iursuit of knowledge, this bureau of lthe arwliy is capable of invading na\val cr. Ie Uand learninug from eull nent dlwyers who defend clients ar reigned before naval tribunals. The Judge adiv'cate general Mays, that of the toner hundred alld twenty-seven article.- whith i are riluired by law to be read and publilled to every garri son, regiulnt, troop or companly ill the army once in six nIInthbs, there are but filft-four which nleed t be read, as the'y alone constitute the tlail itary penal code. What this oflicer says of these articles is strictly true. Fifty-four of thern constitute the mill tary code in its fullest aUllitude, anid his recommendation that thie others be eliminoted il creditable to his4 ili teilligence. It will be relmienbered tbat Mlesrs. Jeff. Chandler and (kM,. M. Iloutwell, as attorneys for i'aymran. ter Bnmlth, of the navy, made anll pressed the point that there was a lack of antbhing like definiteness in the prosecution of their cllent. 'line chatges and specificatIons were nebu lously vaeue, as unlike as possible to anl indelllctaiet in the t rdinary oriminal court. What particular law ire had violated, a lie and how lie had violated It, were tnot stated. lie was arraigned and a drag net was spread to find something on which a convition might ipoasily be predloated. Against this manifest ln Justlce lhis distingulshed counsel pro tested add inveighed. If their argu ment failed to exert due nltluence in the navy department, It wam evidently weigbed by the Judge advocate gen eral of the army. Hence his move ment to strike out irrevelanut matter and make the military code clear and upecific. Another important sugger. tion of Gen. Leiber relates to the eon duct of trials by court-martial. lie says it hau "become the recogniztd right of the accused to be replresenited by counsel before a court-martial, 1and when 0o relpresented the prosecution is at to ibe conducted with an amount of Ilnterest which must untit the pror ecutor for ally other relationsllip to thc court." This is a Iplin statcmIent of a patent fact. "Yet." continues tihe judge advocate genmerai, "under our system, the judge ladvocate, be sides being the proecutor ifor tihe gov. erunment, is the recorder andt the legal adviser of the court. 'l'heIe functions are apt to be irrecouc.lible with that of the pr(tecutor, a+ is also his rtla tion to the atcused.l." For these rca 5lons1 it is recommenlded that "tlhe judge adv''cate he excluded fronm tlie secret sesioulns of tile court, where tlhe accused is ulnreprevented, for here he Iliay, by a word, or the inltlectioll of a word, or by a gesture eVeR), un wit tingly influence its judgment-to say niothing of a possill supipre'ssed fact or false expression." Ii isalunost mar velous that this outrage Ias been tol erated to the Iresezlt time, and it will be disgraceful to '.oingress and the country if it is permitted to continue longer. N.. civil court on the glolbe would pIerut a practicee analogouais to thiis in thut trial of a can-e involving the pr.pirty, reputati in, liberty, or life of the humnillest or thc vilest wIan. If .Jl i i ýmith were ou trial for steal Ilca ,l Ian, the piro.cnteur etii ll ake .. -tatuitent to judge or jury tex.ce.pt in open court. Any vijltitt11 o t the defefldaint'u rights in this regard woul! be lchl as sufliciiet ground for setting aside a verdict. lnBut the old est, Ibravest, and best oft.irs of the narmy and navy may Ire put onl trial on a"'rusxtiO)lm inllvolving all the interests of life, or even life itself, and he c om pelled to have the lprelut.lr elis.eted with thle neIlltlliers of the eonurt and using all the faciliti- intidlent to inti mate relations to nrut rllz,' or oltiet the eltrrts of tlhe delfelie. 'To lpeak of this practice as Ian oiutrage is to give it too wild a clharaterization. It is iinfnmaous. It is a clear denial of natural rights a nd, as such, is utterly ilindefensible. Iiy going into the nlli ttry or naval service of their country men do not forfeit or surrender those riuhts which are the Indispensable safeguards of Lonor. If ollngress caln tout find a way to reform this shameful *al,ue it will ctliaplpoint the just ex peIctations of the ipeople.-National Itehublie.an. LOWE'S INCAWNDESCE}NT GAS. A New Agent for IllumlnUtlng and Heating. 1'e had the pleasureyesterdlay of re ceitVliga call frm Dr. M. IM. 1Hedges, of Brooklyn, N. V., retreseltia.g the Lowe systen of lighting and heating withi water Iua:. Mr. H1edge.' imined iante busrillne in Montana Was it ct1li section w1ith an iinvestmnelit in ranige cattle near Box Elder, but bei, g inter e..ted in the Lowe syatemt hle was, in luklln g ove.r our townl itjllpret.sed with the opening that is here ot.lredl for its -.u ..-ful introduction, and luring lii. Ibrietf -lay here visited sonie of our leadling itiu.lns, whotii he found very willing to help inaugurate the new sytetll. The application: of water gas to the pllrpt-e+ If illutlinatttioll nitn( fuel i. a retcet one, but whlierever it has been ilitrodul.ue. it iha:. lriven out coal gais and the lir,. eXlpetnjive electric light, not only otl a.,.unt of its excellence, but for its ex'ee-ive cheapness. The pirodution of gas froumt water is under a iatentl prI, e... unll the gas so produced while gi\ ing out, whleu ignited, an intltt.e heat, ha. no illuuliuatintg properties, and wihen hlieretofore used for illuunil. atilng purpiu. has haid to ie llriched with other il:'tits that imtiparted il lulinating uialities, but so increased the price as to make at cost nearly as mnuc'h as coal gas. The result of many years of experimeutingiby Prof. Lowe to produce an Illuminator with the pure gas, in the ilcalndescent lamp, which resembles the Edison in caud(ecent lamp except that a vacuum in not rqluired. The light is produced by an iguited jet of the ga Iplaying up"o aspiral of metal in a globe, the metal becoming heated to a white heat and brilliantly luminous. Mr. lIedge. inforum us that the gas canl Ibe furnilhed at about sixty cents Ier thousanil, which is one-third to one f.ourth less than ordinary coal gas ictst in large cit.es. The cheapones tatld excellence of our native coal irst attracuted Mr. Hel~e.s' attention and iln ressed him Kitl the idea that MIl.m City was the inost favorable lseint for introduciug the water las into the west. He left for the east last night mud will on, his arrival there make the necessary arasngelnents with hli company for the putting in of a plant here next spring and the forui'tlon of a hoe conll)pany to op erate it. The Lowe system is one of the greatest inventions olbtihi. age of wonders, atimd its Intmoduetion here will be of great benefit to us. The hospital building at Aniaconda Is progressinzg satisfactorlly. A COUNTRY TAVERT. PRENTICE MULFORS GIVES BIT: OF PERSONAL EXPERIENCE. Keeplig a Haral Hotrel Th rty-l Ive tear, Ago-T ype of Translent (i.aeuts -ad j'erimanent Ilure. - ('leanll aus. and Cuokilg. [('r. Gran Franclco t'hroimled.l Country hotel-keeping thirty-eive yeari ago had more of the ramaly chara.ter than now. Many of our transient guests, who had stoppel with u, for years, on visiting the place, we regarle i in a eneo as momn ber of our family, and this feeling was reciproasL The hotel was for the village a sort of center of communication with the outside world. The stage drivers, the steamboat captain, the exprass agent, stopped witu us These people were by. brits They belongel half abroad, half at holila*. If a gust canu wh i was reittl or acqluaintel wtth ally village habit ant, he drew t, our house for the tims being that part of the village. Balls and dancing parties took place at the hou-e. )i, often. did the shows and oen tertainnments traveling about the country. Special trial, referee., c urt., uiihtaa courts-martial, also occurred there Tae hotel was the center for everything "going on." It cull never sink into the stald rou tine of the private fanmily. Fresh lively people were always commng, and the iLm. parted t. the atmosphere about onme of their life and newness. The city Ianll..rl. with hust. of servants at hand an servants for everything can walk about all day without di.turbing the purity or bhs wrist band. But it is dillicult for the country landlord, ocaillating as he may be otli.el to o.cillate from pig p aa to stable etan fr mn bar to table, to keep up much diiguity, un lea it be lnhbelellt an his compo Itlol and very plentiful at that-one of tnuts few men who can rinoe a bar tunabl.*r as if they were polishing a lit,.o, diamond. We had two pr' nin.nt classes of gue.ts, "Yorker,' anIt Yankee." The Yankees cams Iroem ag,~e Long Iland iounl. Our hotel wsa in a Long 1-laud village. The Yorkers were if cour4 from New Yorc. We preferred Y arker. to YanklJa York. ers never li.t.il fault wIth price. as 1 -esmed to think everythiu- cueap. Yankee, were more inchn'il to beat down aid ti id fault I have hal tirem labor har with n, to have the za:e reducJd from $1.53 ti $I1.3 for a bingle day's accmmidfato.n. That extra qularter e-enn.l an agony to tubzm. It wa- even painful ti me to feel their menu tal wrtalti :;s and contortionu while they were sJ beg aU, olf. TnUe lo'eat-fleted Yankee: caine Iroll tie bank. of the Con necticut anl trni the nutier u. liea lams on that etream. We came at la-t to dread them. They wanted more of everything for nearer tnithing than any guest we had. Minl.terc ali, oppressed us in thls regard. especially New England mini-ters. They wanted board always at "cut rates," and they generally had large famlies and trav eled with them. It seems to me a great pity that the dcloth" can not be pil enough for their eervicec to enable them in finan cial matter, to keep their en I up, a, appearu ances go, with merchants, speculators, stock brokers--well, yea-and gamblers Every man in the world know, that it never add. but rather detract. fr",m any man'. ýtant. ing and reputation with the mase to he always wanting thinge at a few cent. less than anybody els. It begets a species of contempt A CIIICUS FOR THE HOSE. There were two wholesale Ieddler wh t iand to stop with us, who were each a clrcu. for the houIe. Tue drove "spanking teams," and came r,und about once an three m int.-s. One slid cigars and the other "notions" in the dry g.ods line, "exclusive y to the trade" They traveleJ much together. While they w*re with u.. the bar-roJm ws, full every night These two menl peddle I stories a. well ay other wardi, anl coull tell them. Thear range of travel extended from the east sad of L.mg 1-land almott to Albany, an i on each of theee long dry-land cruises they returaed with a lot of fresa yarns. In ltdition, they were always ready Gf r a horse trade Now a horse trade in a relatively small village Ii a big thing, and no s.iour way one mno t J thin everyb ily got willI of it. It ..ts in fact, a bit of everyboly's rbuIi neas, ant b..tweeu the prlncipals it wa. in those tie, e ia, rt of in idifel pr:z-flght, to ei which ghoult get the be.t of the other. When a bor. trade, we~ inl full blast at our hiuse the stable yard would be full of men, boy; and negroes and an ad journmiet to the bar every tlteen minutes for drrllk wa. in order. People of en im agine il pluiain; through that thee small towns arj dull and etupit The trouble lies that they don't know where and when to look for she life in them. Let them drop In at a fire, a winter revival of religion, a drunkesn derky just found frosin to death, or a horse tra le. tCLEAUINE..1 AND COIOKlNI.. Etru.l yatltance oe the price of cleanli ned in any botel. 1Be., abvJ all thlngl, ned the m et careful watohing. U( bte uomnetimes orin; ontmngious ligscht, in their baggage al I tiun lay the reeponeibility on the hou~e An o,14 ma captsla imp rtel cockr achbe to our bhnue In bih chet, and we fught them for month. ere they were all deitroye L Tte cook id a mo-t lunpur. tant part of te Ia teL The goo I cook ha4 ýeierally a bad temper, i+ touchy, Irritable, anid apt to fy o.i hi or her handle at the leat touch. I I .,,'t wonder at thl for cooking Is one uo tie mno-t eS naultint of all occupstlooa, atl the pers .u who preparee tootheome llbhes for others tI often without appette f(r them blmelf. Cooking is a appetItg rublber. tHome people are bound to grumble. no matter how well they are served or bow muob I. done for them. They can't help it; it is born In them. The bent of their ain a to find s,methbng to grumble at With. out finling at tney are unhappy. They are unhappy any way. but more unhappy when not laullt-inudmn." A Contre.t as to Avodupols. IMan Franelco Argonlaut. Paribianl wits bavye sharineJ their pe.s am the tw., raval.--4arsb BJrnmbrJt amd CruI.lLte. T,*lar ,ntrllrast t av*idupoie bhas bel an exa i:.tle ,beam for seribblera It was orlnatlly "r Cruisett that a disp pointelI allnrer ail it tired him to mIake lve )t her It tukI ·e lo to walk rouno her. YPare cragr·..,I over the story that Hlarab hwal searly I t her life by pullaug oat the stopp.r In h.r Ith b and going dowa tbhe wast*-pile wth tihu water. On She 1NMI413 for $p~eimnass. ,H.··~ln [.t~ICr J The umIh~oereiK +1 of Wi.hlnit. m ar keeplog a earetul ,jg Upmf the program of the great 'd t "r-worts tunnel wbich travee' ters rFw~y Io 'iIlanoe In the nwort weatern part of Lti city, ani a ereat of epeolmaum to to 1I gctuered, at iftnrvale of lty jet, Lbrouhout It. entire length of YI,100 feet, for prerrmtlwo In the Nstlamel nmueuna. Already man/ mlneral hiLherto oiuskuo" , In the IUisIjct ml Columina heY bee. br .u S·yu o li. t Iherl'a 1asle. PDY VIRTlUE of an order of sale in my hands, Si.ued out of tle District Court of the First udielal Ilistrict of Monmana Territory, in .lid for the Counitvof ('luster in the suit of Thomas J. BIryan aguaint Wilson It. Smith b administrator of the ct.ste of Joseph Miller, deceawsed, and t'assie Miller, duily ;tleeuted the I.th day of September, A. J), t.'. I have levied IuI n all the rignt, title and iteret.t of the said Wilson , Slmith and t rstie Mlher it and to the followug described real pro.,rly. situated In Miles (ity, ('utter l('unty, \1lltana Territory, via : l.ot numlter elerve 1ll) tateve (12) and thtrteew (1;), ill block nuntllwr cil t Iv, in .,it Miles additiun, together with all :ii i.ugular the letlmlenlta, helrditailelts and agpprti nllcer thereunnto teloligilug. Notitce e Io hcly glvell that on the 21th day of Novenitlmr, t. II., 1r.3, at the hour of 2o'i lokt, p. ml.,o4 *olal l.ly, a t lie front door oft lhe court hullate in Milh I ity. ('olnty and Territory afolr..and. I will sell all the right, title and lnteret ul the said 11 lin II. Sitlh eand ('asile Hjiller in lSrd to the ebove ,h -rrlwd real property, to the higlhel bidder for re-h in hand (ilven ti, r in, hand, this th the 4th day of Noveimber, I'., Iie ClIAS. W. ,AVA(iE, Sheriff. $. A. £REIII i lli Late eiat1r l'.-. Ian lldce. iLmI Iyerer. I.oc te and lIa ial r Goryein went and hiail I Bad Lands. KREIDLER & Co.I Il ýSTdTB ilD LITB STOCK BROKERS, Loamr Imuranre aid f uis' aneing.g a. ore prparnnd to malr " ýnnplrt." rl,.tr of titles to r. al c.tatre. ta'iug t~o ý ..f . aIbIruct records, the only uogi..s tI o taI..r *jlltut: Ranges and Runches lucated and suld; l'rrpi.'v Iluwsteat'l. Timber t ulture, anid lte,.ert L~au t i'ipr.'; e11 Cattle tand F.aecp c,,ta~o~ed to u.; V Write I uhctea in Hesl I narance ('on aunii I aunLud H asi LOANS NEGFOTI4T~a McAUSLAND'S CREEDMOOKR AR110RY'. GUNS. REVOLVERS, AMMUNITION of v.ry t rlj"in. T|h ILAk. 11 1' K of II. , -harps' R lles in ti he e . s *(t.ir Mllll g axl d R-lainnlrll of ( Il klnot Neaesly doio , , , 11arra tI. Eln Street, - - Miles CIty, M.T. ARTESIAN WELL WATER. I aw , |nl .ra Ii , do . i -u.: .\n. 1.u 1111 V. at! fur Bat .llor Iau io rv u1. :.rs ",rel . t. t JOHN P. FOX. M rr M A rr *CUiuui & GOOK, 1'ru.j.rit r tt , Park Street Liv er3Stable HORSES KR9IIýHT .iP SUll. Ample a ct( ,)IuILLL, I furI( UII tak ing a r u ( nI.H k in i.it her ban, or corral Fiiest Livery Riý in the City. Saddle Horses in lRc'awnnmhl tlRates APR Dý :1 MILES CITY : bARTESIAN T j 4$REWERY e NOTICE. l a' 1r.'j.iu I.. U.1 kiiuId tftic. aid House-Cleaning rarprI .tretehbim¢. storn scittg atid (htnllmn &aimnl g at n'aaoible iWIh. I , iklt p,11t, patronsa . I cae urd. r a Ii a lb rIigh. bardurr HENRY MITCHELL. DL. MIr.NTzm; THE SPECIALSTT Ie.11 Iefl7 It, Su Vruobo, OiL Taw * aLL. ('rItwa FI 'rAL bAt Panora DuaaaU rIIe *UtluwL7L bLtata THE OREAT ENOLISH hMEDYI d lb. lot So (pi ler 50 o oaafa tti hlind th TZ dorIfSU, (un. ulrmb ~a3 k, nt) w Iot eon,. tI "0 aI tt1.,af urt Uaathginiaiitity~p,, t to e'yaddn6~ *onc I*Mp~prbll Or('' (,.I), In Irlt nt ni'.. If da- rtby IM Nhtf.r II Xnaray Au., r. t. Cd. Mwfrlb of qtadtfo·..ud J.lulpiut R.4MLN 01T71.N1 ?R'III willl e ,.. tu0'y one pt ng lhty lett* r *,' I d'tnp IqaO, set and a.w.. It*.t a.tiy7 Iiu ry.lrdV 'Si buu.u.ra tMato FREIb. M. KRIDLER Notary Public. WILLIAM COURTENAY. Live Stock, Loans, Real Estate and Notary Public. Agent for twenty-five first class fire Insurance companies; also, for the Equitable Life. New York Mutual Life, and the Travelers Accident and Life insurance companies LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY, Money loaned on first class security. Several fine farms and ranches for sale at very low terms of payment. HOUSES TO RENT AND COLLECTIONS MADE Several comfortable an commodious dwelling houses and well located lots for sale at a bargain. Parties esiring to locate cattle ranges will obtain full and reliable information. Montana and western stock cattle in lots to suit purchasers. Agent for the best and most reliable shippers of east ern and southern cattle; also. for imported, pure bred, Polled Gallowas and Aberdeen-Angus bulls. REFER.E.NCE S, . The First Nationl Bank, and Stock Growers Nationl Bank of MUiles City. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. r.,I. BRYAN & CO. Ital, r, iu L 'T MB E " , SASH, DOORS AND BUILDING MATERIAL, A.. .. agentl fr the +.tt WOODEN AND IRON WIND MILLS lade. anid will cotntrait to put tlnll up in an. part of the couuItr. SOLE A.ENTS FOR Caster, DasMon and Yelloutone COV~NTIES. THE Excelsior Brewery 1. pre,.nur., to fill ordlr- f.r thrir EXCELLENT BEE li aiy ,'I -2.I 4d y o. i1lj, . w ill hJ :ý . r . t ,ny whi, re Ii tu, u. BENDER & IOERDER MILES CITY, M. T. The College of MONTANA. CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC. NORMAL. MUSIC & ART. Instrumente. Apparatus. Laboratory New & CoIpleDt Open to both sezr on art 'pm FOR TERMS, lc, Ppl9y to REV. D. J. MCMILLAN, D. D, DEI LOE MYontana. DECTtM InYo1jWC 4I YluwaruoUe Avig bAUeYUSUIN I nousano OAss. 'stNzRSWs MILES CITY IRON AND PUMP WORKS B. ULLIAN, Proprietor. Fittings in brass, iron, pipe and hose. Iealer in enesinc, boilers, and all kind of %team, forre and lift pamp. General rep irs on all kind of Machinery done on tbhe sbortest not tue. Shops on lthb street opplo.lte Stock Grower National Bank. RAILROAD. THE DIRECT LINE BETWEEN SAINT PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, Or DULUTH And all Polata in Minnesota, DE kota, Montana, Idaho. WaýhkiM,ýi Territory, OREGON, _Bthli ia, Pit So.n aud ALASKA. P et i .r. l Dally, to whhlcb are ttacb d PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPERS ANDT ELESAAiT OININS CANS. NO CHA.IE OF OARS BETWE a ST. PAUL and PORTLAND. On Ay aClm of Tiekhea. EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE Tbe Only All lail Liie t ti the YELLOWSTONE PABU For full Information a. to Time, Rat.., IW., Add".., OMHA. S. PU5. GOea'l PagMUU Ageat 8T. PA.t., MItN.