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.fLES' (ITY MONTANA. flit Olfe. lhgulatim . Utalsra mbil eOlo m......... ....................:15 . m. Wateuu mall k ...--......................6o p. m. Oos. op.s Sunday S p. . Juo. McAVOILAD. P M. srthert facile Tim. Tale. LIVZ IILM CITY GOINGe wT. 1a. 1. Palle Icpress..................... 6:36 F. M L Pasenger.................................: A. U 1 Ezlpreu Freight........................ 526 A.M 1. Freight................................... 1:5 A. LIAVE MILlS CITT OOING BAST. ISo. 2. Atiatle Epres .................11:45 A Y. * 4. Passenger..... ..................9:12 . M. " 16. Ezprem Freight............»..... 0( P. N. 14. LFreight................................. 12:85 r . OFFICIAL DIII ITORI. FEDIRAL DIRECTORY. Delegate to Cogres.....JoseDh K. Toole, Helea orHer................._ »P. H. Laelle. Helena r....................Wilitam B. Webb. Helema Tlasarer. ....................reen Preatt, Hel Aaditer......................Jas. iullivnu, Helen, Chite Jistlse...e...............MeoCouneU. Helens ( tephen DeWolfe A.eestae Jautle .... ....... IM. J. Liddell ThTb. C. Bach. ns Gaeoral........ . . H. Gnrem, Hele.n rtIontedent of Pulbe Iastraction......... ................................A. C. L~gin, Helena U. B. Mrshal...................... . . e8. lly, Hles bilaetor U. . Internal eeaue......Jams Bhields sglseter U. U. Land Ooes.....A. Grover, iles City Lelvter U. 8. Land Oose.Abram Hall, Miles Oily COUNTY OFFICERB. Ce.eellman........................... Dr. W. A. Buresigh Member of the House............ . . H Sberil......................-..............TboL. H. Irvin Temurr ...................M. Branden ber Clerk and Recorder...................... L. C. Dear -erk of District Court .... ........Jam McPFalane lodge of Probate...... ................. W. C. 8teshl Coasly Attorney............... ._.....Oeo. R. Milburn Assessor....................T. J. Thompson srvwyor.. ......... .................. Oeo. ehast orosaer ......»................................Dr. K. U. oedd Go.eny Physieian ...........................Dr. R. G. Modd . aperlntondent of chbools.........Msas laula Cooley Publie Administrator.................... .E. B. Weirlck IL. A. Huffman Commisslioner.................... . W. Allerton L . Whit.w.. MILES CITY T'WNrtIIP. feel t ero the eace............. ..... J~ohn~tirkle Aoastable ........................··.····.... %%'mII. If. Carrr C2ORPORATION OF MII.F2 CITY. Mayor ..... .. .. _ ..... ..... l',eo Scbeh tz Cty Atornel ............ .................t'. H. Middleton Clerk ....................... . ........ ... ......... . . iordon Freamurci ...... .......................... H. F. latcbheor Chief of Pollce .....................Frank C. Westervelt Polk.e Magil~te o....... ........... ........ utdod Butler Flrsl Ward-A. .. Fl:tg.r, H. K. [[oil Spcond Ward-Cbha lrown, W.. If. Bullard. LOCAL ITEMS. Jimmy (lodds is in tnw:I. Pure white clover honey at Smith d& Haynes. * (;eo. H. Mayr, of Chicago, was here yesterday. Fine assortnent of tlonnel sbirt" at Towers'. * Snow east and waet of us but only a little frost here. ('lean cotou rags wanted at this Oice. * Mrs. MacDonald Is at the Masecueen house. from Terry. Repubhlicai speatiug at tle Itlnk Maturday night. Thie (raud Lodge of Odd Fellows. of Moutana, is in *sesiou at Butte. Mr. and '1rs. C. E r'eeor, of St. l'Pul, are at tIi. Mn,1Ueeit. L. .anlut1l', a traveling w.la fronll Chicago. arrived in the city last night. L.ave order. for r(iai,' cal t the old Bibbo) stand and ( 'apt. Harmon'e.4 The train fronm the eiat failed to get here until 1:311 a. tu. Highest ca'h price paid for second hand stoves. W. E. Turner and J. H. eill, of Minneapolls, are at the Macrqueen. Mead is a dra liiouw summer bever. age. Try lii'llard's make. * 'lhe cattle imarket .otilues remark ably firm cupi'leriug the heavy daily reoelpte. Portus Itaxter, of i(r:ind Forks,Dak., is at vl sitor to the ('ity, arriving last nI )ght. G. 0. .Moorheai, a prommen:iut (ill. zrn of Dunlap, Iowa, war iu the city yert'trdity. Dou'Lt ake alny eugageil.nt for to* morrow night, as everybody will be at the republican rally at the RInk. Itupuriti.s of thi blood often (cars great anjioyance at t II it easoo; lioud's Marsabarilla purile th. bloed, and cures all suclh adllectis. A countryman aiemedl much ig grieved v rte Irdlay that hle had beeu in the metropolis twel .'e hours andl Inot a longleeanoddaut.e hau aeked him for his vote or to take somethiug. Khan lalay wan aick, we~ R&ave tir (ht&la. When ahewaj a (hill, h *ri.'fr ('uatorl, hefn she 1'awIe MIw, I.. ·'iitig to ('alxorla, Whe'n .Au Iad Chltdftu, .. gnaveUhema UmatorI, A ,etimtl'rnal dlaihuri.Il to the g'motI ated pre-4 Trurm Mtandlod It ckieAgely berm tih e't1R.r'le repnrt of mu attS'k on the Kiwul: mpeney by im bmnd of 2(10 (Crds. Mlaclch huaii litmy do fur "tlling" for the M(cVru piperm but out here It Is declared wcres than absurd that 200 Crows should make any uhob warlike demonstration. The "Owl" olub is the dissipated title our boys have given their re cently fortme1 society. Harry Allerton, son of County Com miseioner Allerton, has aooepted a position with H. W. Melntire in the Buuar. J. D. Ferris, a elvil engineer of Du luth, Minn., and an old aoquaiutanoe of Edmood Butler, I. in the oily on business. After settling up his cattle interests Mr. Geo. W. Alierton will probably move his family from the ranch to Miles City. Mr. W. Carpenter, of Iowa, in the stock business with Robertson Brw' on Rosebud, has been in the city sinoe Wednesday night. Manager Stair and wife, of the "Chip O' the Old Block" company, wee in the oity yesterday waiting for the ar rival of the troupe. Ex-Gov. Sherman, of Iowa, and Col. W. F. Banders, of Montana, will talk to the people of Miles City at tbhe Rink to-morrow night. At thoetock yards three trains of cattle were loaded yesterday. Among the cattle loaded were Zook's,Brown's and the "M Diamond." Tbeo. Eckman, partner with Tom Alexander in the merohandise busi ness at Forsytb, is in the city, stop ping at the Drover house. A shipper does not think the Ripley car will ever be a suoces; nor would any patent for an improvement on the common stock oars that can be affxed to the old ears. J. Mc(urk intends to leave for WaIla Walla, V. 'T., where je will settle terwanently and again en g ge extenilvely in the businese of buying nod selliog horees. Will. C(,Iurtenay wa bully moving yesterday, from hin old location on the north side of Main street to newer and better quarters in the Schmid block, next door to the JoRtNAI. office. Matt Murphy is quoted as having said this year of I.'8 was the first in ten year. in the cattle businu*m in thip country that his last fall hlipment had not been delayed by a snowfall. Dr. Lebeher returned from a visit to W. H. Talbott's ranch, where he leat tending Mrs. Talbott, that lady hav nlo been injured in falling from a bore some days ago and breaking an arm. The mother of Mrs. Webster, of Fort Keogh, arrived on last night's delayed train from the east and was met at tle depot by Lieut. Webster, who took ther over w Keogh in a !ar riage. After pw.udiug a day and night in Miles City talking over old ttime with Jack Cottier, his friend, Jas. Farrell took up his journey agaio and will be In Billiugs for mome days viaitinug a brother. Arthur Carter, of tbh.(';ULIer outflt, heard bad n.ws frrm the ranch on Powder river last evening but no per. tirularv. The bare fact of the raueh huildii artd contents belogneatroyed by itre i+ all that was learned. ('andIltue are comning iu thick frow the duty of raIutping the counts. Mlesre. M.,lIurn,ltuIrleigh and Thomup ron uoirtle.dt t temlllselves in town last nlght and two or three others are Night ()1 erat"r F. F. Foote goes to Helena to-nighit n a hliurt veN'tiol,, and will he naeorupauled hby H.P.Clark, also of the N. P. It. H. Mr. Fuller, of Rosehud, will act in Mr. Foote',s place u operator at the depot. Ohilid to I'a.tss Milh.0 City 11). Agent ?.tir, ,it the Chip 0' the Old BlLoek company, received a telegram last night from L ,ivlugston that made it impossible for the troupe to atop at Miles City. They went through last night and will open the Opera HouJseat Livingston to-night. ( hilp O' the 0ll lhck. O)wig 1 t, the delay of the train last night the "('hip of the Old Black" eampany were unable to reach here In time to, give :1 performance, but rather than disappoint the theatre-9goes of Miles ('iy, tile mniaiager will endeavor to return here fronl Livingston, where they play It night, and give a per formaruue on ititurday night after tihe political iteetinfl. If this can be ar ranged, du uotlet will he glv'n In to n llrrnw'i ru.I4 The V. I'owltoto J' Prk RIO sietaion have arrsntIIed to fill fil tranlsprte tion and hote'l acolom datlong thro'iughi. out the I'Prk duringO (Itotr a&j gr..ully reduced raites. I'.1 n.; r tritInCg will miake tlhe r mnd tri p. LavI r'vrtou to Cinnuuhftr and ret ni, on gi edar Thurardayps andii Mtur'iiyl, and a five daP trip trni frLom nul'tr Ii ( he prit. olpal poluts In the Park rut I ihe Wit at au expnene of ot to excttd tbirty dollar.. The rdl rate from BL. Paul, Minneapolis, Dalutb or Ashland on the euat,and Portland and Tacoma on the weet, to Cnnolbar anod return, will be $50.00,and from intermediate points one and one fifth fares, but not to ex. coed $50.00. Tickets will be on sale up to and In cluding October 2mth. Parties gRlIU Into the Park should call on C. 8. IIe. ferlln, agent N. P, R. R., immedi..,y on arrival at Livingston. For full particular lonquire of your nearest agent, or Chab. 8. Fee, general passen ger and ticket agent, St. .'aul, Mion. Late Land DecslLnas. W. D. Harlan, land mod mining at. torney, Wuahlngton, I. C., bea fur niebed us the follownog synopels of land decisions of the land department. Homestead: June 5, 1888, the bon orable secretary of the interior, in .ase of Sophie M. Tomeeky, deolded that the fact of commutation does not necesuarily defeat the plea of poverty when offered u an excuse from tem porary absence from the land. Mineral: In case of John Downs, decided by Secretary Vllau, July 22, 1888, it was held that the existenee of mineral in such quantities as to Justify expenditure in the effort to secure It should be a present fact to bring the land in to the claim subject .to mineral entry. Evanditure: Proof should show this the improvements have been made for the purpose of developing the particular claim applhed for. Letter Lst. The follJwilg letters remain un oalled for in the Mile. City, M. T., postomce, Oatober 2%, 188~: Is Beeman, W W Browniung, James C Carter, Joe Collins. Wm Cornell, Lincoln I, Dow, W B 4 F. Fisher, D. K 2 Fline, Capt. J D Fletcher, Ed F H Higgins, Wm Lawrence M"adiono,J JD Miller, John O'Neil, John Hi P'hilip., T.mi Meuff, Arthur T Taylor, Billy Winston, W H Person'4calling for the above letters will please may they are advertised. JO.N McAuLANh., P. M. LOCAL ITEMS. AialliilhatinKg a Mlltiform Disealse. Miasmatic, or malarial, disease has many forms. Physicians have, for the sake of convenience and for the purpose of Indicating its most strongly marked forms, subdivided it lto, Intermittent fever.dumb guoe and ague cake. But it presents an infinite variety of nymptoms in dilerent indi viduals. Ie these symptoms what they will, il ways remember that Hostetter's Ptnmach Bitten will anihilatethem at the outset, and prevent their recurrence. A review of the proofs wou:d convince anyone of the fact. this, however, is im posu:le tecause they are too nIumerous, and un neces.ary because theefecis of this grand anti malarial specific are a matter of common knocw ledge. No 1.ss familiar to the public are tare rru edial and preventive rfrects in billlios attcks. colntipation. dyspepsia. incipient rbeumati,..n-le billty and kildney troulles. It s. moreover, an eiceilenrt .apptiser ars.d tonic nerlne. .4 *rr Curre' Ior I'eles. Dr. Kirk'o t(erusau Pile UO', itmut has oured Ithud. Illeeding and I.'lelr.g Plies whenl all other O()ntmentsl have failed. It l.ashorle, the tumor,, allays. the itchingl tit oti'e', ts ast. tt t ioultit"-. tive' instantt relt-f. D)r. Kirk's (Ier ,ian Pile ()tlntill'nt ikt rep( reo only f(sr Pilen asti I tching of the privat- parts, and nothing e,.,r. Every rIwx i, war ranted. M ol by J.Ioh Wright. I)rul. gist, Mlles c'ity. lonnt. Hood's Sarsaparilla Thia luce esdfuIl ni.ldh inea nrtaarafully-prepared extract of the ba.t r* tinel' of the vegetable inaagaloa kaloaa n to ., a.*aia a l1n4 .as Alteratives. llacd l'urll,,r . iliuretier. . anld l ioa si , such as larsapar lia Yellow I), k k. Ililrlgala. alideaII l, Jlunaisr lierrie,. Mi;la.iaka, 1. tld I herry Iark mili otheir selectedi rota, harks. al lanlherbs. A nIlaleai ll, lake anvtllaua a a. Ili'.' fair I) J udgedi ol,y I1a Its rl n lts. \\* a iit ii ii tl sfActionto thL glrillout reca r IIa l ail iiaanar.aprPitl. Iar en. tredl fir itaelf uai Ihtlia helarts of thouI.lads of oanhpa bia Baie n nr.onally or allialarTly lneln y th l a, , f I* rrribl a " t fer. g .litch all other renn aila faa d ia itaa It a i l y all l druggi.ts. YI; ait foir 0 .l , I at l ,. I H11 iln) l & CO.. 100 Doses One Dollar SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND HYPOPHOSPHITfI Almost as Palatable as Milk U. dihguised that it can be sray digested.wd suuimilated by the 515 w ItITOstomachc, rwhn the plai oil 3kt be terevttd( mand by the ran bimasie. o tet ob.. with the hype. I p.eph tea Is arh mrem emeinwteme. .arikabl a a oak pMCr. Prrcia pIE rapil] *W btaki.MIL SCr - I'T 4 t:M!,i I . Scbanwmrdtd by Ph". "- '. I.. thIIio ,·.... 01 sli' I. Irt vaI ti.1 'a tU.o wild fire the I. jjf sad eur of CONSUMPTION, SCEOPULA. CENERAL DEUILITY,WASTINO DI31AStg, EMACIATION, COLOG iand CHRONIC COLONS. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castors. gVLL WEI ,. - p9PRICEl CREAM AKING POWDER teasuperlor oxelleaee proven ln milllegs of homes for more t he a quarter of a eerl tr. It i uaedbythb United State Governmet. rKnered 7tbhe searls of the Great Universtlee a the stronut. Purest sad mot Helthful. Dr. Plioe s Cr eam Bak ig Powder does mot contain Ammonia, Us, or Alum. Sold only in Cans PRIC t1IIGO POWDRl CO. N1a TyoU CEICAOO gT. LOUI Ihis is the Top of the GENUINE Pearl Top Lamp Chimney. AllotherF, similarare imitation. This exact Label isoneach Pearl TcpChimney. A dealer may say and think he has others as good, BUT HE H.AS N.T. Insist upon the Exact Label and Top. FOe Sas EVERYWHEnt. MACe ONLY EY SEO, A. MACBFTH & CU., rFitsburh. . Rink Opera House F. E. TI'LLY, Manager. THURSDAY. October 25th. Positire lru.luctioU of the .atWest and treatest New York nuccess, "Chip o' the Old Bloc' An Oriainal, Irtllng, Mlusical. Farcical Comedy. Drama, introducing those Eminent Mirth Makern. SCO'TT & IllS, The Itaning, Pretty, i asclaating Little Queen of nlglng Comedienne, Mies JESSIE BONSTEIJJE, Together with the same Fasclnainag Coterie of Co medians and D)ratmatic Artists that made the b.g hit In New York last April and May. E. D. Stair - Manager. A Great Play! Great '.at! New treener ! Ne Elfrets! Latest songs.! Iillirnit Dkndee Coheitl Narehb ! Mirthful Melodi l A Great Drams and a Funny, V, rv Funny comnedy, radiattitti with .parkliltng. Original Music. Vocal (temi , Novel Ieatures alnd Amtusing O lnities. Condensed N.1. Press opinions: ltn.:-"An inatantaneous hit." W'orld:-The beet Comedy in year.", Herald:-A charming performanc*e.' N. Y. ('lipper:- A vrel pisee an i a big hit. Journal:--"lt was eltgant, Inglni. g humor and emotionl " N. Y. Music and Drama:-- Walls of t he theatre shak n with laughter.' Admil-nion 1.0 Reserved 'eats at lavmage without etral charge 3His Pants P .', f a PSri (Int fl Ivr, mnatil IsD 1110l 111 ( I~I DO it, -for J~ BREE DOLLARS. ~ I4end thlre 2 ci n n~(tatp. I- n e tarty Sanle .p. filth n.lat front. and rul * f r Mif T * hent. MDtf returned if aied. We ehr'erfutii refer y..t Inc Etpre .uCojiI'y ir .uercantululellr,, - r~a naora;ntbihrty .end at It."hr l thee laeal styles. Addreea, EMPIRE State Pants Co., 163 & I16 CIrAL ATRErE NEW YORKi c'iY " ý. a ".Porr rww' 1Sn ' e ý ta .. Adm the an ''-''6 l .' I a.I nIond " It eaa. anc ern 11 i t .. .I..1 ' (S (5 M a· n. . 'a' 'r.1 r. t..1r a t . and g S(a Vhs a I V.. ',ra anew a u .I luauld a t II is' it .. are ar M In ra e I " ' " I . " I I ' " I f· l da c rea ý *.ii''..nig(I I***lo .1 ' ' 1 ' ' I.- ffI .tt . " r r' . Snneu I-.' - .. o - a. ý," . 1 nundoilly 1, to parent rly· M n,, . -,r.nt.h. £.a ,Cr mfo aitcher'sCnt ~h~drnCry fo Pitchr't ~9soi& 1888. CAMPAIGN. 1& HANAUER BROS. Clothing, Gents&urnishing Goods HATS, GAPS, BOOTS & SHOES. MILES CITY, MONTANA. We manufacoture our own goods. 8olte and Overmoatl made to eoad Perfect fit guaranteed. All the old favorites and several new "Candidates" for public favor are now in the race. We are CUTTING PRICES On nearly every article in our stock to correspond with TREE-CEIT BEEF. Call and see us. Miles, Strevell & Ulmer. aNORTIEu pACIFIC RAILROAD TUB DIIEOT LINE BEl WEE SAINT PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, Or DULUTh Idahe. Wathitiim Territoir, And all Points lI Minnesota, Di kota, Montana, OREGON, B.ritbh Colabfa Pict Sound all ALASKA. NO CHANGE OF C0B BETWEEN ST. PAUl, and PORTLAN). On Any C'lam of Tickmm. EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE The Only All Rail Line to tbe YELLOWSTONE PARE Eipress Traino Daily. to .blae ar aittacno PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPERS ELIEAAT DINII OARNS. otr Ili lfltorn.llol a to I11s . aaLe, It SOaS. 8. FEE. O "io'l PumelL £ -+ Jr L ''.rF NOTICE THE BAR GAINS .Ii I 1' Ial) I11 C, BTowers &Co Do not miss the opr ir tunities offered each week. CALL A.ID SEE. iJ W. opnle I, paO. COLO LUNCHES Meals to Order at a. hours of the day or night. W"I.ES, L1QUOPI UD C16l1. SILVERBERG & CH(RISTOPHER IJles & & Speafls Stage Line, I WEARE & THOMBI'RGH, Props. Daily Stage tor DEADWOOD AI -:- IITEMEIEIATE -:- 0HTS. TNhe nap s · Mtaeo City MYd, W ad Fnd aemlorslng. at $ o'**te . tor or saw Iloara'tllea apply Io atage Ma e N at amrupb~ll l Co. BIRKLE & TRUSCOTT, Wbolesale and Retail dealere in -CHOICE- FuIlLY GROCIIIES Nsw goods constantly arrivig aMd EVERYTHINS FMI . VWe handle the larget and ealh varied uasortment of Toi., Ilpuad ;imk In the aity. W'e respectfully aolleits maiMS l Sptronage, pledgoll onalves oM li Ithe best astlsfllotion.