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rfl-' DAILY JOURNAL
agLE., .ITY. .V1hNTANA.
Post Office egi!ulationt.
inatern mall io. e........ .... ..lO:. a. nm.
Western mall clos............................M:Oi p. m.
Ml4Be open undllsy 12 1
peardsh mail c!ossa Murndays, Wedntsdaya and
Friday ait a a. m.
Tongue river mail clouie, .'ondaty and 1 .urn
day. at M a. u.
Office ulens.......................... ... ....... a. ,,.
Ofice cl,*.'** .................................... ....... m p. m.
Money order rlost .....m.............................. I .
Rel sbtry cl ses ....... .... ................... ......... . in.
J.,t. 1MrAt hi AND. F M.
:.irthern I'arilir Time Table.
LIAVE MILD CITY GOUI. WENT.
Mo. 1. Padidc E.pres ......................... 1:! P. t
13. EIprtes, Fright .....................6 :0d r.e
15. Freight .............. ............ :Z A. M
LE.AY Ii.E0 CITY (.OI.NO LEAT.
Me. 2. Atlantil Exlress ..... ........... ..t..t.. A. M.
16. Express Freight l.................h.;M. A. N.
S 1 Freight....... ...... ....................1:41 r. Y.
illlirial I1ir rclrv.
FEDERAL DIRE(TORY.
Detegate to Congress .........Th, If. (arter, Helen,
Governor..........................B. F. White IHlena
ecretary ............................. A. W alker. Ielei,tn
'nreasurer..... ..................... (reeu Prelht, II.lenas
Auditor ................................Ja , i-itiivarn, Hel.us
Chief Justice......... .............II. N. lske Hlelens
(-elphen DeWoRlfe
Associate Justicjs........... ..... . . J. I. i.lhell
( Thos. C. each.
barveyer General ............tenJ. H. Greene, Helena
._perintedent of Publlic Inst rulr on............
.................................. .A. ('. Logan, Hele,,ns
U. N4. Ma rhal ............................Geu. Irvine. iluln.
tollector U . i. inler'll Kteveue.......JaImes Shields
Iegit.er U i. Lrnd O.i.ce.....A. Irover, Mile ('ity
Receiver U.S. Land Of.lice,.Aranm -all, Miles City
'OUINTY OFFI('EKN.
Councilmua.. .............................. R. Midleton
Memberof the .............. II Johnson
.embrs of the Ic"o tee'"1. l 'r t-rg I. Rua
Bherl .......................... .... .... Tho. Itf. Irvine
Treasurer ............... ................. ... . . R Merrill
Clerk and Recorder .................. ..........L. C. Dear
Deputy 'lerk of District CpurtJames MeFarlane
afdg of Probate.... .................... M. Schwarts
County Attorney.......................... W. A. tBurleigh
Assessor............ ... .....................T. J. Thompson
rurveyor..... .............. ........ P. If. IHarrison
Coroner........... ... ... ............ I. ilverman
tounty Physelan..........................Dr. R. Gt. Redd
duperntenldent of seboois......... Miss Loaui Cooley
Public Administrator......................... H. Ware
L.A. Huffman
~ommllotner.. ......................-. . W. Allerton
I ( . Schebts
MILEL CITY TVWNSlHIP.
lustisee of the Pease............... J . Mceal.
. . . fI. Thurman
Uoastal lee.................................... ( M. Tlhu.a
CORPORATION OF MILE CITY.
Mayor.......................................... R. (;. Redd
City Attorney......................... W. A. Kurleigh, Hr.
Clerk.................... ....... ......... ....... S. Gordon
ea usurer...... ...................................H. B W il:v
Chief of Pollee......................).... . N. Gaylord
Police Magitl ate ............................. . H. . os
ALDIEBMII.
Firnt Ward--H, Moran. E4 Campbell.
Second Ward-i. C. Callahan. Louis Baeb.
LOCAL IT EMS.
Chas. Becker I. here.
Smoke the PhiPoix clgar. *
Geo. Myers went eat yesterday.
Geo. Hodge, Chicago, Il in the city.
R. McAdarnn in in from Otter creek.
J. N. Walker is in frm the Muosel
shell.
Train No. 2 wai two hours late yes
terday.
People Br a. .hiiptd two care from
here yesterday.
New line of bty's. ) iting received
at Orachel Imro'. *
E. A. C".pp and wif I ae In the t ly
.rom Buffalo, Wyo.
New York (.oultas *I ctn*tH per cani
at Eurolwpe H, .tl. *
John Hujter, of ct( 'hlryiue, Is in the
city looking around.
Bullard has seie fine old Iport and
sherry for faut ly use. *
J. J. TbhomwpU~, wetlt tt with bhi
eattle shi llmeut yteterday.
Johnny Zook hilpped three cars of
catte to Chicalo yest r.Inty.
E. R. Brown .naldd seven cars for
Cbicago yesterday, from thl. place
P. McCarty shlppled two care yester
day from here with the O D shipment.
Eph Davi came down from Hatha
way yesterday, where he now resides.
Joe 8oott andJimmy Geddes came
nla from upper Tongue river last night.
A new line of stationery and Inks
Just recelved at the postoffoe news
staltd. s
George Brewster shipped one ear of
fne looking beef cattle for Chloago
yesterday.
J. C. MeKay,eounty oommisslooer
elect, returned from a business trip
eat last night.
W. 8. Snell, county commlessoner
sleet, arrived In the city yesterday
from Hathaway.
F. I. Kreidler returned on yester
day's sat bound train from a week's
sjourn in Helena.
Wbm Dab7 wars i we ps her Cadasb,
Wbm. dew a aChId, .ho citd turCsiai*,
Wbam , became Vim, die clung ton Ca~od&
Wham e bad Chbldr. gh gate LthewOIrOe
Cbs.. B. Trber and wile came down
from Forsyth yesterday to traniact
boulnee. in the ofity.
Iix Ese tlrnt ejoullit..
Commend to public approvkl the ('all
fornia liquld fruit remedy MvA,t ..,
Pip. It In picea~tg to the eye aud to
the tnqts and by genWtly nPtlng (f toie
kldney., Iaver aLndE bow.i,.r, it olianric
the system eflectually, thereby pro
motiii the bealtb and comfort of alI
who use It.
E. R. jrown. the no"c4 poetmaste
o! liiriaev, aconmpstied hi. ship
ment to Chicago yaterday.
With ys-terelily's KlIJ.pentI billes
City Ity h iiIIIpi'd 41 Cal,'r of stock, of
which (over h'dt wele Mtrtet cars.
J! 'ke y air'l t -t.(ji?1 by huh htig a
jiair of II'aaicel iidit shuirts.
-k (. It. I uw~its & Co.
E:. ' Ic. r luaa Wia- iii thu clty from
ICpp*tolul }et. rdu.ia.dy, to rau.act bu.i
ut'eN, said vi-it Isiu faiintly whll n1ow
rr-siue herue.
J. C. Ta I".r, .ulprigit.-nident of
bridg si and oiuuizig, unt M1aSlt. %tarsb
piss'ed thr'.uaaz ti,. , iry yesterday on
an~ (extrau east.
)1o you .ufrr with eatarrh ? You
can I. t uw I if you t ike lio'uu's !uruusa
jarillo, thie i reiat Itlo.sd plurlitIer. Sold
by all drugglits.
Htliblr.rvt & T'lhonlpýa ihipped yes.
terdlay 2'i arts of the fl .'4t i, et cattle
sient froi here for soiue time, and
ought to Lrinst way up price.
THIE .):T.-A-tHe largest U. H. Incur
ance company-has Ien* added to lmy
list of first class inmuranee compalnies.
*('JIA'. V. EvI)I.
Dr. Flsh is having a new picket
fene built aroundi his premises on
Main street, which will add greatly to
the app'erance of his property.
Prof. Rich has ju4 reoelAed a quan
tity of importeda family wine, which
tells at $1.50 per galloe. This is a
splendid aummer cordial, and its pur
ity is guaranteed. "
"Peeak Saddle Jack" went east to
Chicago yesterday with the second
train of0 D cattle. Jack says he will
go from Chicago to Texas to visit blh
folks, who he ba, not seen for 11 years.
He will be back in the spring to start
off with the first roud.-un.
New aoloon.
Torrence and Cotty will open a new
saloon on Saturday evening next, in
Wiber's old stand next to P-.pper &
Joune' place. The Fort Keogh band
will be in attendance and every effort
will be made to have the oocasion a
pleasant one. Everybody cordially
invited.
To Whom it May Coaern.
The books of Gun Hanauer will, un
til further note., be found at the
First National Bank of MIi' s City,
where settlement o! all open accounts
can be made. Parties knowing them
selves to be indebted will Ilease call
and mrnake an early .ettlemrnu-t.
J. T. CoTrTIER,
Atent.
City Council I're'-d*. gs.
The city council met Icat iight in
special -e.ision tW. concider several mat.
tern that wll receeive ilnal ar.ion at
the re:r';l;tr meeti·ng to he held on
next Thir.Iay Idaliht. Among the
matters ' 'nlider, d wits the fornmation
of a tire d!epartmeJnt by ordinance, the
practicde of miniuor4 rviitilig saloons and
hou-e+ of ill-fame, thi eni.tructlonj of
,liewatlk' and lomze tttler4 of lesser
implortafne. ~ITh; ouuiell spent about
thlee hlours in a ýorlof informal discus
eslt, of these' Iatters anIt then ad.
jeurned.
quarantlne Muttle.
All persons are i'ereby notified that
a cate of contagiouws ne rht fever exists
at the residence of Ed Arnold, and
for public protection a quarantine of
the premise toi hereby declared.
Children must be kept away from the
infected district, and grown perrons
who find it neceesary to visit there are
requested to take all precaution to die.
infect themselves before going to their
homes.
The same restrictions apply to the
reeldenoe of Thos. H. Irvine, where it
is believed a similar uase oxiste.
D. N. GAYIARD,
* Health OMoer and Chief of Pollo..
A Wol Potes...
W. H. Parker, of Minot, North
Dakota, has recently invented a wolf
poistn whlob has been thoroughly
tested, and with whiobh he clams he
can exterminate the wolf family in
Montana inside of three months, at
the small cost of ten ceots a head. It
will also kill foxes, skunk, lynx, bad
gemt and prairie dogs. He bas applied
for a patent which will be perfeooted
anortly. In a few days Mr. Parker
will be teady, if the stock assoolation
of Montana or Wyoming so desire, to
meet them at any rolnt and test the
poison to their own satisfaction. He
will then be prepared to sell the right
of uniug the poison if satisfeatory ar.
rangements can be made. Address
W. H. Parker, Minot, Ward Co,
North Dkonts.
; Trkcm Iii, ,[email protected]
1lnuitt'ti ea1 an. (o" mail is es til eve*/
where A q,tnken kt p iy f lilt wLth water in
tie e i Intly of your nt.de, a new locationupon
hind dlled inl, ' , * n.rr y ovaertowed or marshy,
and oaseI Itar more ortult haln hese, produce
., >g sph.r c niasuatln which to talitute the
ger 'N th '. If inhaled, ripen inat faver rud aiue
unei coaueo.tal maladlie. A panoa taken uns.
war I with a malarial eophtetat ihe uld, sees
I ias t d:iree itself, seek aid hf m the -afe, aa.
diesppolntinr , cordial Iaedicll.,Hat stel's item.
asbh Biter , which has for over a third of a oen
tery, and in every quarrer of the globe, relieved
the mslaria-.trick an. ad neutiallse misiama in
air and water. The Bitters limparts activity to the
stomach, bowel. and liv.r rep lls reeipirnt riheo
matism, and reundlie inaction of the kidney anid
b adder. Appetite and sleep are improved, and
the inarmaitI sot age mitigaetd Iay its use.
Another of those nice blotters of which we have
already rmade mention shows a wingel cherub
rarryi lg a Dictionary holder under uole aru and
sayini: "Il aia making a flying trip in 11w inter
at of eduratiulj. T'.he lha of e.ldationi is the
dictionaryv, l| the. hls of tIh dlitilnary shojuld
I Oe a Noy | IlIid.r. "I h valul.l unstllaI., t isa of
little valula urt, s. it in getal.able (look this wrord
up.) A book hilid edlI tig ietI full iofdrllt,
s0iled .noI eplili.el III|u'nl hgrIL.l4 tugelhe
with strong lr'inws , Only thie Hiul, r,s inou.
factured iy i Viii.r IW. Noy ., .11P orginatollr antl
inveutir ,f Pook Illrers, havIe sueh -pringst."
,rod I+to hlni,I : hI t'h g t ), aI t -'is t t :lp to iay
pLtagLg and re- tire ifu return this ser:es of blot
ters. - -- - --- -
Catarrh Cured
Catarrh Is a very pre'valut diaseag" with dls.
trhaing and o,!e. udlv, s :~m;,to. I .,,Ii" Sar
ai.arl1!a gives r"..iry relief stool r, I- edy cure. ii le
jurI es the I.1.o.d stool I id . u I.. ai I,. L -.l in.
"I suffer,.d ueajl ,tarrhIa t' .r% I t.,.k Iiut'.,,
;anaalrllla aanI ua,,% I min .t--t tTu1,Ie.l asy
with catarrh. awl y rMy .lo tr1 Ialth It Mucb
better." 1. W. [ELLIS, (hit..,,. 11.
"I siuffa-red wits catarT', si or elgit yearat
tried many aniI.rria I Ut I tha Ir, t. .-t iptoo.
MiK pearly onen lautair I it.'I r4 allU IM.II bulit.
I tried I [ida lAir. jri.. tid a... atr."atly 11a.
paved." )A. A ~AYI71, N urnt~tr, JL..e.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Sold ly all dlrugrgts. It; mai for $b. Made
only bay C. 1.11001) .. CO., LOi' ell, Mass.
100 Douse One Dollar
Combines the Juice of the Blue Figs of
California, so laative and nutritious,
with the medicinal virtues of plants
onown to be most beneficial to the
human system, forming the ON LY PER.
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly on the
iIDl8ET, LIVER LID BOTElD
-AND Tpo
Cleauseta Sstem Effetually,
- so ?sa
PURE BLOOD,
REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH and STRENOTH
Natarally follow. Every one is using it
and all are del;gLted with it. Ask your
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Mann.
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO..,
51 Famcascof CAt.
SUSE SBRA
SFRESH
. ... , ,/ it"
C H.PEARSON& C°.:-
- -BALTI M OR E. M D
SIITH & . AYNES'
MODELo i,
SG ROCERY
We make a spnolalty of
Fin Family mreiles,
Keep nothing butthe best and freshest
IDover In. and are onnfident
of lvlnlg the utmost satis.
tatlon to our
patrons.
GIVE USA GALL.
Til I 11T tL P llG!
ALFRED WARD, Prop.
TheBeao Ideal emotl for Geat
EIl'r)lhing Firnt Clas.
.Irm MeNanny , I h Ih lnot the bir and
will tIe gIlad to nsee all tl. eow boy
a frliends.
: DON'T FAIL TO CALL.
Cmner o. Ilath red Malm Int* MIlels VrC
STRENGTH OF BAKING POWDERS
SY ACTUAL CHIMICAL TESTS.
DR. PRICE'SI Strot.esmand Purme
JoJHNl 4)N'S (Alum Powder)..................
ItAMEY'8 (wben fresh) .................
RIEIEt'S .................... ..............
(JQEEN (Alum Powder) ................. ....
ItLAKE'S (Alum Powder ...... ...... ....
CLYB 'RN's (ebort %t. )(o .) ....................................
PAYNkL'q .............. ...... ........... ..........
ROYAL............. ................................
EIUREKA (Alum P der) ...................... . . .... ...............
IIE lE T & ( ' ................................................................
1'IIIEF (A lumn Powder).......................................... ...................
(IIFT I'11WI),EIL4 (Contanl Alum annl A mor a)............... .. ...........
I!' ' .Ml: )'W1,)ERIL (Contalgi Alum and Am lmonta). ........... . .............
1:LlLK IOI'. D)EIt (o,,ld loo.,'e--'ot,.taln Alum and Amm n )........ ......
IIEY' ( not fre.h)..........................................
REPORTS OP OOTERNMENT ('IEWISTSI AS TO PI RITY ..AD WHOLF
MOMENEWS OF PD. PRICE'S CREAM RAIJU PO WDER.
II: P. It' 1. I'It.:AM IAKIN l'' ' fIIiat I.. not ' ntain, A- t .., l .Mar l. : , . L*
t1r"' II I- l ..t l f I., ih''l ':t fr If. II, .fl t I! t, *- , .1 h ,
l ,'I ..f ,\a.' ,* t uir. \·. ·,.l, I 4
i,' . ': *f . " . ,
I I I I III_·l
BIRKLE & TRUSCOTT
Wholeia;e and Retail dealerb In
-C OICE -
FAIILY GROCERIES
New goods constantly arriving and
EVERY: INS FRESH.
We handle the nlarget and moass
varied asortment of
In the city.
We respectfully solicit an itire m
patronage. pledging ourselves to gia
the best ettlsfaetlon
libs Ci &Spearfih
Stage Line,
'VEARE & THORNBCRUH, Prop.
Daily Stage for
DEADWOOD
AND
INTERMEDIATE POINTS
The stag leaw NMles City MYoday,Wedneeday
sad Friday moralop at 8 o'ele.k. For pasese or
uy lbesrmat lea apply at *ee Lat mith H Bayne
.. PARil aII.: W. iOpplnO
NORTHERN PACIFIC
FOUNDRY
PA I TOPPNG'
MtlMeMse uel ism ofa
ON and 3LBR6SS
GAS'TINGS
BRAINERD, MINNEOTA
GEORGE WABMILLER,
MERCHANIT TAILOR.
suite nmde to order at fIom $98.00 to7t .00
and satlirhtlon guaranteed. Sporial
atlentlon paid to
Cleaning and Repairing.
Shop on Park strect Ia Kowtelak's old stand
Padw Cry k fItwr'Cs Cutud
*BV rieKARJ
Oneu Sl k Shiap
IT CONFORMS TO tHAPE Or 100T.
# you want perfectior in it.wit h freedom from
corns and alldiseomnfort you will always wear
the Hurt t Packard shor. It is acknowledged
as the most comfortable,t he best wearing and most
stylish gentleman's shoe m de nl the world.
Don't Spoil Your Feet by
Wearing Cr eap Shoes,
The Hurt & Packard Shoe coat nso more than
any other ins shoe, though none approach it in
valune.
.All styles in Hand-made, Hand-welt and Burtn
welt; alse Bort' sd Youths'. If not sold by your
dealer send his name and aldress to
Pk ar Fi,;I surea o-r° toml. Packard
Pata ElIrl s Hrocktoo aurw.
PEBBLE CALF.
These Nboes are made of ine Calf Skin
finishedi like a Pebble Goat and conl
blue the greatest amount of wear with.
out the heavy and clury a psarmatnhi
of coarser klilltn of t ock. Cothing
but solid stle leather ..ued in Iwtlone.
A new ililvt; e (of theie . |~ gEd ju-t iln.
Ci B. iTOWERS arsir.
C. B. TOWERS & CO.
MILES CITY I
IRON
ANI
PUMP WORKS;
I
-_Z:Z:.z: Z: I E:Z:_Z::-
B. IJLA Freprieter
J. E.I. CKNiB,
CeuuU% igiieer.
MIc '. T ?.'. .it
TO WEAKIEN
-c5_~ -; -- - 1
.eta O bugtYfa UDW
gl .attletgoe I. lIN
Cifre ii UIO·113 b4 I
sie. I rt.rrrrb ae a.J
I el sere Iut rrcunimin
3ra~ b t. ,a hmumn~ne m
£1dd byJ hnlt3U.
I W. ECM. ,e AUbt.
gh ldros Cq for Pcht'w s NlO
NORTIEn pAOJMI
RAILROAD
THE DIRECT LINE B33 WEEP
SAINT PAUL,
INNEAPf LIS,
Cr DULUTH
Idal,.. W'a.hillgatn Territory,
And all Points la
Minnesota,' Dakota, Montana,
OREGON,
British Columbia, Pugtl Sund and
ALAISKA
NO CHANGE OF CAbS
BETWEZ2
ST. PAUOI and PORTLANL.
Oa Aty Clm of Ticleta.
EMIGPANT SLEEPERS FREE
The Only All Rail Line to tie
YELLOWSTONE PFBU
Zaps. Trlas Daily, to wleh mu anuMeka
POLLMAN PALACE SLEEPEU
ELESANT IMINI.O*Ai.
Fir mad tasml.aua to Tim. , ase
O1aS. U. PEI.
ý.. PAWL. ".
H ATS, CPS
--AN D-
STRAW GOODS
The Credsoor lats.
Ikrift Glov,
Glovca of All Kind.
*eu oaesrerm mad JdbbeOr
No, 216 218. S20. NAST FOULT H IT.
St.Paul Minn.
BOSed our Lithograph @0
graving of new styles.
LIFE RENEWER!
s
FOR MEN OILY!
I-BB
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