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E£H DAILY JOURNAL
,lLES (,ITY. MONTA4NA.
rost Met BalatiOl .
u mail close...... ..................:50 ,. m.
W tlarer mill celea........... .... 8:00 p. a.
06eoopen Sunday 12 1
8ridrIlh mail cloae Mondays, Wedntsdays and
Friday at 8 a. m.
Teague river mail close. Mondays and TLut.,
Ogee opens .......................................... . "
oaIce mloe .......... .. ........................ ... . Iu.
Money order closel............... .................1 m.
legistry close .......................................... . m.
Jmo. McAI'ILAND, P M.
d.tkern Patifi Time Table.
LIAYI MILM CITY 00INO WEST.
Be. 1. Pasfie epre................ ......11:5 r. r
18. Ezpres Fright ...........................6:5r A.
16. F llght............... .... ... 1:0 P. N
LIAV MKILLS CITY OII0 lBAaT.
0. . Atlantic eer.rse..................O1:53 A. M.
" 16. xpre Freight ........... ...S.,55 A. M.
M 14 Fetigbt .............. .............. ..... 1:4 . r .
ifficial Directory.
FEDERAL DI.EC TORY.
. Dlets to Congress,....Joeph . . Tole, R.lean
(.ormor.. ................P. 8. . l . Helena
y......... .......William B. Webb, Helena
Tieaarc .......................Groea Prestt, Helena
A4iiter»......... - .........Ja. . aullivyn, Helena
Chef Jusleo ... ...-*.....Mct eaeil. Helena
Stephen DeWolfe
Asseiate Jautica... ...... M. J. I.ddell
Thon. C. Bach.
msor (oal.»..... j. . OGrens, Helena
0lmdntmtd of PubLUe Istruction...........
................ ............A. C. Logan, Hele
U. U. Marshlu.....R........R.... I. a il7, Helena
olIleoter U. 8. Internal Revsse.....Jeoe 8kields
iner U . Land Oe....A. GrOeer, Miles City
leoiver U. S. Land Oea.Abrgu Sall, Mike City
OUNTYT OFFICERB.
Cesella. ....................C... C . Middleton
Kinmbern e tb HK. J
sberes of te BeR........- oe. o a
Shril................................. H. Irvsao
T ar....................... . Merrill
Olerk d Red......................L. C. Dew
Depu lrk of Disterlt Cert.Jam MeFarlase
a Ptobaos.... ........... M. b.hweat.
y AM eenr y - ........... ...W. A. karlel g
I --..........»................ . TLhempeu
eeet......... ..... . P. E. Hrirem
Oasener... ................. I1 ae Pa.tte
P 1 .......... M..... Dr. 0. seas
is miwt et Lebele. ......-Mi lame L Cwl. y
Akd rnlrater ................ ..J. H. Warn
(L. . A Halr
-Utellateise .................... 0. W. Altertea
Geo. Behets
MILES CITY TOWNYHIP.
Wa.Birkle
CORPORATION OF MILS OIT1.
City Attorny .......................C. R. Middleten
Clerk....................... ..............S. Gordon
h'uemnr............................ H.. Batchelor
Chief of Pellea............F...rank C. Westervelt
Police Magistiate..........................Edmond Butler
ALDIBMIP.
First Ward-A. K. Flager, B. K. Holt.
koead Ward-Chan Brewn. W. . Ballard.
LOCAL ITEMS.
Martlni oooktalls at the Club Saloon*
Fred Wardo is to appear in Helena
April 10th, fora season of four nights.
Mahbattan cooktails at the Club
M. R. Carln is in the metropolis
from Mlnneapol's sud Is stopping at
the Maeoqeen.
Oet the spring style Dunlap hat at
C. B. Towers Co.
Whlt Longley ieagain In the city
from Forsyth and is stopping at the
Malqueos House.
No trouble to prepare mixed drinks
at the Club Saloon.
H. E. Riddle was in the oty from
Helena yesterday and registered at
the Drover House.
Nelson Nesbltt is i- the olty from
Ottawa, Canada, and is putting up at
the Macqueen House.
F. M. Bourn rame down from his
ranah on Tongue river yssterday and
registered at the Drover House.
Capt. E. C. Howes arrived in town
yesterday afternoon from Howes, Miles
& Strevel ranob on Otter Creek.
--amers run riot in the blood at this
season. Hood's Saraparlla expells
every impurity and vitaliuse end en.
driees the blood.
John Wagner arrived in the city
Monday night from Bean, Dakota and
quartered at the Macqueen House.
Lat.
A black and white camoo setting to
a sleve button; finder wil bo suitably
rewarded by leaving -sme at Har
Geo. Newman came down from
athaway ycsterday on tbh east
berO passenger train to look after
emo businel In the metropolis.
WhnF Baby was sick, we gate her Cluori( ,
Whm she was a Child, hll crfct for Casto4ra,
Whsm abe became Mim, she clung tW Cas.'ria,
WhM abe bad Ch ida s ilae - thU.m Casor"4
Llut. Maldeo was noticed on the
strtee yesterday afternoon. Lutio
stat bhis desire of being a full bloaded
radher and Intends to arny out his
l Bare Ag.al
Dr. L. allitaki, tbh well known eye,
ear, aose and threat surgeon, will be
Ma th Maqueen bnose poltively and
wilhmal fall, Tuesday, April 2nd, for
one 4y only.
The oea bound pawenger train was
heavily loaded wilh emigrante from
WMals gton Territory, who are on
Utirway bomeward, not 1klrig the
Uaotek In (hat country.
A botte of Samaritan Nervln *on
s il ovte defy Aithmu, Nervousnes
d i sMsumlDebility. 1180, apply at
LaDite
amaritan Nervine as ones," eays Rev.
J. T. Etter, of New Glarus, Wis. "It's
a nevor falling remedy." Your Drug
gist keeps it.
Invitations are out for a musical
soiree and hop at the Mai queen house
to-night, at which the Richards
Brothers will be present and give an
exhibition of their musical talent.
Notice
Having engaged the services of a
first clss baker from St. Paul, I am
now prepared to futnith families with
the best in my line. C. E. CASE,
S , City Bakery.
A new croea-walk was put in yester
day on Main street, from Watson's
store to Brandenburg's meat market.
IIt understand, a private enter
pri , paid for by those in the imme
dlite vicinity.
An imitation leather. black valise,
conIl.aling a quantity of mens' cloth
inug of good quality. The loser can re
cover by calling at this office, describ
Ing property, and paying for this no.
tice.
Wm. Rahre and wife arrived in the
city Monday night from Henrietta
Penn. Mr Rabre Is an old settler
here, his home being on the Rosebud,
and has Just returned from an exten
ded visit to hie friends and relatives.
Ma[e.ic Nottee.
There will be a regular communiea
tion of Yellowstone Lodge No. 2$, A.
F. & A. M., at Masonlo hall this Wed
neday evening at 8 o'cloek. Work in
the E. A. and F. C. degreee.
By order of the W. M.
8. GooRlos,
" Sec.
John MacDonald, an old time resl
dent and formerly of Orem & Rome'
blacksmith shop of Miles City, left
last night for the N ational Park, where
he will work for E. C. Waters, acting
as foreman over one of that gentle
mans crews.
A Correctona,
In reviewing the legal point at Issue
in the trail cattle taxation ease in
yeterday's JOURNAL, the writer
made a technical error in this: The
matter at ssue is not the right of the
county to assees and collect tax on
property that has paid tsx for the
same year elsewhere, but whether or
not the ooun'y can seem and tax such
property after the board of equaliza
tion had adjourned, thereby depriving
the taxpayer of his right to appear
before them and present such defense
as he may have. Under the statute
as it stood last year, the right to saes
and tax is, we understand, admitted
by both sides.
rrmelte ourt. I
The zathan-Hoffman caen had a
short airing yesterday in the probate
court. When called In the morning
session the plaintiff's attorneys moved
to have the matter referred to referee
to take testimony and render a report.
This the defense objected to dad in
turn moved fora jury trial, the jury to
consist of twelve men Instead of six ne
is usual in tials In this court. This
latter motion the Judge sutaolned and
set the Mca for trial by Jury at 10
o'olook this morning. Deputy Sheriff
Hood was nlastructed to asmmon a
special venire, and If ajury is obtalnod
the case will go to trial sometime to
day.
Headquarters for La ter molMeaas.
A gentleman represnting Inter
national Oil company, whose head
quarters are at Denver, has been in
the city for som$ days Investiatsng
the availability of thsl point as a dis
tibuting ose for his company for
the oil supplfof eastern Montana, the
result being that he has dooided to
locate here, and as s an i some prt
liminarles are settled, will prooeed to
the erection of an oil warehouse and
tsnk with pipe line oonneotion,so that
the oil may be unloaded fom the oil
anrs by pipri Into the tink. We were
not able to learn what the ilse of the
buildinlag will be, but we are Informed
that they will be ample for the supply
of ea~tern Montana, sad that the oil
will be barreled and ased hee for
distribution to all points In esetern
Montaas. Several men will be em
ployed in the transeeton of the bad
mess, and as the oountry around us be
comes more thIitly settled and the
demand lbr oil greater, the establish
ment will be enlarged.
fTH FrIlT (UI.
A Strict Party Tieket Nonilmn clI by ile'
IRpublieans of Mlls City.
Puruuant to the call for a rfpu blcisn
catuou in yesterday's JOURNAL an as
sembly of about fifty npubllOlne gath
ered at th crwtt hovt lut night.
hBortly after eight o'clock Mr. J. B.
Colllns clled the meting to order
and nominated Hon. L. B. Rma
obairman, which omnination wr
unanimously oonflrmed by those pro
ont. dr. Collin wee then nomlnted
as ieerrtary, and the orgsliuatlon k
Ing oomplete Mr. BRe took the ohir
and stated the olbeet of Uthe meUl
to be the oqlutioa of a teet tobe
preentedto to the repulta vteg of
MlUlr Ulir te IniOMM as
,fc_ -I « f
place on Monday next. In order to
as.ertain the sense of the meeting as
to the propriety of drawing party lines
at this election Mr. Gordon presented
that question to the meeting, inviting
an expression of a iverse opinion but
there was none, and on motion of T.
J. Porter the noioting proceeded to
the nnminatio, of a straight republi
can ticket. Betore action *was taken
under this motion a motion prevai!ed
for the appoiutment of a contmittee
on r .olutions. on which the chair ap.
pointe I Mi srr. Porter, Collins, (Gor
don, Cale and Hlatclhelor. Prof. Porter
then move I the appointment of an
executive session to tske charge of
city politics for the ensuing year and
surgested that such committee be
composed of the eight candidate who
were to be placed in nomination.
This was objected to and after some
debate the motion was lost. Porter
then moved that the chair appoint an
execut!.e committee consisting of
eight members, ' ' be announced
after the nominations were com
plete. This motion prevailed and
the meeting then proceeded
with the nomination of a city
of a city ticket. The first nomination
to be made wL that of mayor. Prof.
Bach placed in nomination Mr. Fred
M. Kreidler; Mr. Callabhan nominated
('. N. Strevell; Mr. Strevell being ab
sent from the city, Prof. Porter arose
and st'isd that he had positive and
definite knowledge that Mr. Strevell
would not accept the nomination and
hie name was aeoordingly withdrawn.
There being no other namesr resented,
the nomination of Mr. Kreldler was on
motion made unanimous and by soeel
mation.
For police magietrate Gordon pre
sented the name of W. H. Ross. who
was on motion nominated by acolsma
tion.
For city attorney, Jones nominated
Dr. W. A. Burleigh and he was like
wise carried through by acclamation.
For city treasurer, H. F. Batchelor,
C. B. Tower4 and H. B. Wiley were
placed in nomination. Mr. Batchelor,
after thanking the meeting for the
honor of a renomination, deolined,
and Prof. Porter having withdrawn
the name of Mr. Towers, Mr. Wiley
was on motion declared the nominee
by aoclemation.
The foregolng having disposed of
the city oeces at large, the meeting
was then divided into residents of the
two wards and tpe basiness of nomi
nating aldermen for eaoh ward pro
o.teded with.
In the first ward the nominations
made were Hugh Moran for the long
term and Ed Campbell for the short
teat m.
In the sa:ond ward . C. Callahan
was chosen for the long term and
Prof. Louis Bach for the sbort team.
The chair then retsembled the
eetlngr as a whole and announced
lbe executive 3ommittae q follows: T.
i. Porter, bchairman; Jo. Wright, 8.
Gordon, L. Bacb, J. C. Callahan, -Ed
Jones, H. Omohel and C. %\. Seyde,
to whhob was added on motion of
Jones, the chairman of the meeting,
Mr. L. B. Rea.
The committee on resolutions not
having had time to prepare any reso
luiones to submit to the meeting, they
were on motion grattcd further tine
aed Instruoted to report to the exuon
tive committee. The ohairman of the
executive committee then announced
that the ommittee would hold Its fA
meeting to-day at 2 o'clock, a the
oMee of the YoLLOWSTOnm JOUnNAL,
and tere belng no further business
the meetingl adjourned sino die.
The City lectirnn.
The proceedlnp of the republican
caucus published in this Issue, will ac
quaint all republicans of Miles City
who were not preent at the meetinr,
that it [email protected] the purpose of the party to
conduct the coming city election on a
striot party bails. From a purely at
stract view of the situation thle may
look to some lke loading a cannon to
kIll a sparrow, as In a small onmmun
ity, where all are cqus'ly Interested
Irrepective of polities, the conduct of
aftairs m;gii be Eafely trusted to prom
inent citizens without regard to their
political bisi, and In the abstraot this
position is tenable, but the fact Is that
through the practice of this policy
since our inoorporation the Interest of
our citizens in munlolpal affairs Is be
oominh more l*x and indifferent and
it is argued, and correotly too we be
lieve, that a contlnuanna of this usage
would be far from benefiolal. For
this rtson and others wblih pre ob
vious to every trut republican, the
party deolded 1-it night to muster Its
followers under the standard of repub
licanism and make even the small
fight for ity government aboulder to
shoulder, sad agalst whoever oar an
cient and Infirm antgonist, the dem
ooray, may put up. We do lot In
advance of their nominations prtead
to sy that the local demoormay eanaot
put forward mn u capable and trut
worthy a we have done, but whether
they do or mo we propoe to go lnto
the fight with the Arm desrmlnaton
of pututlg one but republisms o
guard in the Tarit 0odi e the oity
pI vtnment, Msd if esumee. l It our
endeavr tih pWty buosms spems-l
ble IM k~r ilC
uharp, elosely contested party fiht
will wakeno a liveller litereet In out
munloiral aithlrc, thso hab beeu sap
parent for the pai t year, sod through
this hold the officials down to a strict
performance of their duties.
LOCAL ITEMS.
'ithe tstulsanch I)4.til Acid..
These, if ,I-tent i. :, natural qua:ntity. and on
vitlated by bkle. play their part in t:,e functions
of digestlon and aasimiltioun. But the artifical
acid resukling from the inability of the stomach
tocm,vert food recefred by it hstu austenagce, is
the producer of flatulence and heartburn, which
are the most hurrwaing symptomus of dypepsia.
The best carminative I Hostetter's i~ toua:eh Bit
ters. Far more efective is it thau carbonate of
soao, magnesia or other alkaline suits. These in.
variably weaken the stomach without producing
permanent hene*t. No man or woman chroni-e
ally dyspeptic, and ounsequently nervous, cnl, be
in possession of the full measure of vigor allowed
by nature, Therefore, invigorats sd regulate
the system, and by ep doIng protect it from ae.
laula, rlneullatilsm and other serious maladies.
Peculiar
Peeultir in combination, prnportion, and
preparation of Ihigredients, IIHod's Sirsaia-~
rilla possesses the curative value of the beit
known remne* A d di"s of tli
vegetabl.eHooU skitngdm.
Peculiar in its strength and econ'omiy. Ilud's
Sarsaparilla Is the only mnedicine of wh.ich can
truly be said, "One Hundred Doses Oie Dl
lar." Peculiar lu Its medicinal merits, Hood's
Baresparlls accomplishes cures hitherto un
o", S8arsaparilla,.
the title of "The greatest blood pulrer ever
discovered." Peculiar In Its "good name
at homu,"-there is more of Hood's ears
parilla sold in Lowell than of all other
blood puriiers. Peculiar in its phenomenal
record of _ itasales abroad
no other ru .U| rpreparation
ever attained so rapidly nor held to
steadfastly the confdence of all classes
of people. Peculiar in the brain-work which
it represents, Hood's Sarsaparilla eom
bines all the knowledge which modern
research T Its l in medical
science lu I el developed,
a;th many years practical experience. In
preparhig medicines. i.e sure to get only
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Sold by all druggl.t5. I ; siz for ?5. Prepared only
by C. I. H'UD & Co., Apothecaries. Lowell. Maua.
100 Doses One Dollar
A SPUQIrIO FOR
$7.IET 1111 IPELUIS
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TB1I&L BOTTLI H UE.
To aWcrfta fatly( . an ewy wb a .
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MILES CITY
IRON
AND
PUMP WORKS
B. UILLII, Iroprieter
TRAWEM PIMP8 !h=oIt"j'
STOCK PIMPS..,t'""=".'
uMEII NiOSE:..= ,..A
PMOSEHTNGTOOLS.."
JOHN CARTER'S
of lft few
w"^r Il-lr Q^vr eriw
^iNttekj- -i
plPiI IICII
rued by the rnited states loyernment. E8dorsd by the beads ao the Gret tulersitiee
and Public Food Analysts, as the .trDngest, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream
aking Powder does not contain Ammonia, LimeorAlum. Dr. Price's Delicious Flavorin Ez
tracts. Vanilla, Lemon. Orange. Almond. Rose, etc., do noteontain Poisonous Oils or Cheucals
PRICE BAKING NOWDER CO., amw Vore. hicago. et. Loule.
A GRAND
Pr ize Distribution!
Under the Laws of Montana.
To take place Publicly in the Court House, at Billings. Montama
Monday, April 15, i"'1g.
Flrus Putas-The we kno sad popular
RAND I)-:- HOTELI
Valued at 5F4.(. NOTE-A Warranty Deed for the Hotel and Residences. f.re from ay sad yM 1
cumbrances, has been placed on deposit in the First National Bank of Billiap. to bedelivUeod to
person holding the lucky number on the day of drawt.g. H. H. N t-D, Cashier.
H. ULDHAN, Ast. Omm3u.
SECOND PRIZE-.-A Two-Story Reidence VaJ
ued at $5,000.
THIRD PRIZE--One 8teinway Grand Pa
Valued at $1,000.
I Cash Prize..................................................................................4 m.
10 " Prizes, at $100 esb................................................................... I
D "· ' ". 6. " ........................................ I...
50 " " " a ) " .................................................................. 1
100 ° " " 1f " .............................................. ...................
100 " 5 " ............................................. . .....................
Aggregate Prizes, $7S,ooo. K5,ooo Tickets at $S 3edt.
N. B.-The Pretldtt of the L.sglslativ Counell. the soeakhr of the Jews o M iumamI
athird perse, to be selected by the vote of these trlket-hedun presmut as the k ll vi
tend the drawlng.
Ap.u wanted Is every town in the Terreitry. at coed ~cme**'os*. 1t4m al si- smeas.i.m
J. . J. ICKEY, CBox r;, BDisnag, llm-mue.
Tiket. br I.le b.J. C. rC.llasu. Maewqsm Ree,. N.C. Thompem. F rLs ees, asM . hW..
may. M sureet Mile CIti. I. T
WATCHES A JEWF lI
AT OOST
For Thirty Days
R. C. RICHMOND'&.
- - kSTA3USTED »W.
PIOflIETOM O 1
Minneapolis Shee skin Tan:.;
gmLuIg PzM $£l N A ..
a I, --IM a IM uas.a We. m -nm
-kmmmao Nmo. '*m
~SOM333
Ii -
I-Dunlap's spring NIYlt Hate..
c' %ain Assrtm~ent of Men.m Underwear.
nhlrte, ellry. fe In the latest pat
ter%* ma" styles.
ý:-_The Neach $1.13 WThlt Rblrt utad
After the style (II a 4stems-vmlmhshrt
sad wril worth go.W.
4-New styles URN" Oollars sad Cffs.
Ladies' Blouses.
Thems - the prepeely Ilie Bemes
uade afo I. lard. eevaO4
flasasl (1. themb·r- fa ~vWY, ut
sad es~uelue .dI the ll ~trnswLii -
kd ftr tbe mild oumft
0* B. TOWERS & Om
711 RUTHT1l M11IkU
ALFRED WARD, Prop.
V111011111 caw Ums , win" me
DON'T FAIll TO CALL
dam
BIRKLE & TRUSCOT
Wholesale and Retail detmk ti
-CROICE
FAILY GROCE
New goodr constantly aTrirAvi
EVBRITINI l
We handle tmh lareit 1d
varied .eortmat of
It the city.
We reMnpestisM u abtls an
the bhet etUbel &..

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