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MIL3% CITVY. IMNT.%N %. -4 EIvry EvEI inE Except muslduy. Terms ci (f Slul,·((.pil~fi·,O Da l) Fda. ts .. II:.,1'III '"·' 1ltr it 11 ... .. .· · ·· % :'" errflMi.utiI e . .... .. . SMonday, June 12, 18903. DuaRI.. the iext two w"-cks., three otCed examplars of the dramatic art will visit Montana. who. if Miles City was possesseel of at public hall. wculI probal . ly have include-dl this pIlu'e ini their list of engagements. To have, witnesed a performance by Richard Mansfield. Nat (,Guodwin cer Mrs. W1..l. hlorence would in deed have been a treat for Milee City. but as we have no lh.ce suitable for public entertainiments. we must content ouhselves with congrat ulating the places that are so favored. Mlaking Lose to tHh Owa Wife. "Did you ever h-ar fi a man marrying his own wifey" usked Harvey Kuttner of a party of g")ed listeners last night. "I don't mean a divorced couple getting remarried, but a couple really going through the marriage ceremony a sec oud time, with one of the two entirely ignorant of the fact. I met a case ,of that kind last ye ar and am thinking of selling the idea to some novelist to build * plot on. It was in a small Ohio town. and the brile I ad been deserted by her husband 20 ye .rs before. She had long ago come to the. conclusion that he was dead and hdl been looked upon as an eligible wid, w, who was fair and 40. if not fat. wh -e a strange r c-atl:e to town. got himself mntroduced to l-erand fluntily rersualded her to try the matrimonnial experinei * a second time. They weret msarried i.tter a short courtship, and a few weeks after the honeymoon the hui band ga" ." away his story and told hi:s wife thalt sheh had married him twice without knowing it. "His explanat ion was that in leaving. her 20 ye-ars Ibeforie h' hadl gone on a protraited spree and had fically got him: self sent to the lpenitentiary in a distant state for a ,long term. After leing liber ated, he was alhamnedl to look up his .l11 friends and tok it fir granted that lis wife had fort., otteon all about himn by that time. He ac(..rdiecgly w-ent ahrcad. anl it was ccnily oe his return after a l-,n period that he l:-iard cw'identally tict his wife was still livirg a; the old ,e ge Rather than run the risk of being spurn ed for his h-artlessness and relying on an entire changei in his Ipersonal aPle'lri ance., he colnciieved the daring plot !t winning anl1 remarrying his own wife I don't knuw what the lady said when bhe was undercivedl, lint that is one of the details the novelist I Sell the story t.) can snl)l)!y for himi- Ilf."-St. Loui. Globe-Di ,me'rat. (ireek Ntools and Chairs. The stools or c(hairs seen on Greek ases a;re in great variety. and as re'garil time cover a iwri el of many hundr-ed years. On scltilt of t!!llnt cr figures - :.: S.l oin blocksi cf sti .o- oir wcdt. hbut tli,. general frtu i- 1 ' t ,f ,.el,. c .l ,r with.ut t'. c fe- t e ni::. f tc c having armt-. t rir-I . ,a- k. t ,:, timesr.e lr.i. . , ;.. . -s. n i va se . r c11n statuette- s,, cei oin clit.ar--. with harks of Imoelr. IT " e('ia:ti.,ci t"-!rv(. is thili form of the ritl' worn by v.iotiten in the time of q:i,.een Cil:zaiietih whi'ih wiere probably ceaisiuhe-redl thr:nti--. A f-ir!t of chair in co mtInlllli tc- . :. c!cL'.l tc i 1:ic lo mants was that with .cnrved arms. f miliar tic all the,-, who lievveseen llton the stage the Ronan lilays of Shacke speare. Chairs (or stoool, of other forms w-ere also in use amongi the Romans. madei often within a certain degree of art and elegance and of costly materials. Sitting at table the posture now considered the most elegant and the most cleanly was not practiced by them, the reclining at titude corresponding more nearly with their ideas of ease and luxury.-San Francisco Chronicle. No Need to Walt Tea rears. It is said that a public reader of some sepute. making a tour through the wet, happened to have an audience one night ha South Dakota town whose "hus tling" spirit created a demand for any thing from Sunday dog fights to lectures o aesthetics. The house was packel. and the reader's efforts were followed with marked attention. Several selec tions had been well received, when some of the shorter poems of Arnold were an msonced. Probably few of the auditors knew who Matthew Arnold was or what to expect tron the next numberon the lrogrammne. but they had Ibeen h~aring bome good old saul stirring verses. and interest was bayed to a high pitch. It chanced that the reader started with *Y u:tl's Agit:i ions," beginning. "When I shall be di weroed. some 10 years hence"- Ue paused for breath, and in an instant a voice in the gallery shout.d: "Ten years! Come out to Dakota. an y,.r can git one i two weeks."-New York Tribune. suabaaetit Staule Beletterar Fead. An honest education in the primary branches is all the public schools shoul blespected to give. As it is, there is a dis it todivert the pupils from subetan studies to fads that tend to defeat the aain object of the public school system by giving them a smattering of a doz,' thinga they are deprived of useful kz.owl idge that can be eaiily inlpartcs: n Ihi shtools and sent out into the world oi, pOrlcty equiplpdl, when they nu,.ht bes sumpplied w:, i knowleige tia wAId have been usL ful to them in ti ,e' bian.--Ptlu.auana L'.tbe. - ..l. , trr:: : I nm Lu~ndbm P :. -.. ."..:. s t :r, t':. lttet : t form of - t,, ..v fallen into dis S l.i..,o l~ i Lodon it is un ... .."i '.,y one ,of these in'stru S .1 3 6 rlin there is a law . . in with the wi.mlws of ii r,. r , t. :. .iP 1 ,u r it ,w , ",: , t,.r el i.:1 ll ,: l 1 1::t, - I I ul ". til, .e a .. rl ;::. hb tuia il t- , the. m u .-,.r i.. ", rT.ey are taz:..,: the p!:.es t hi:ti, or c:tans. In N, .v York ::::d ea rt..t:-e ,it. onu eait ti,,w hoar in thl" streets :t tl:tt) Ii:,t., ,,rg.a.. at: tht y : re called, ais ytin ant hand ir...tus. Thy:" are not or,;.li. t it anll. It Itnud tout I upright pij.ni,,s that tre u Ot ited on \.ihelis and can Ibe trin:dled at,.ut easily They m.,' be hearl several blocks sway Thet hand piano is fast displaci:.; the hand or::.ttl in popular favor. but it hasn't the variety of nmusiic of the latter. Eland organs are made in this country, and when any new tune comnes out it can soon be ins..rted in the organ's retw·r lories, but tie pianos have to be sent to London for any change or repairing that s necessary .In ti.. respect. and in thi. oply. the organs have the best of it.--St. Lomis tilobe-Demo..rat The Pluck of tIhe Greyhonld. The siretof Fuller:, n. when running at Haydock p.:,., struck:: it hurlle. under neath which the h::re Il;.W escatii. with such force: as to f.all ,:ack apparently dead. yet I:hi aftr varl won th:e fintl course Princesi, 1.::;u:tLr. another Wat erloo 'lup vl::,i :. !:i rulnning her fir t course ,an 1i .. , ..llht Wi.cka ale Was etoltitli.. . . . ,is at tier t,.. The hare t.. ...l ::: t 1i .. it a couv. into which it I:.. ! -.q.i ' .t ttr!:gr": hounld to.sntel_° t i t . n t m: .ire ci.:r. -a freat whch- il'c .s lrt for t' a- iu: age of theanim::l than for flthle hlllnitt of he;r ownerttr 'fi.t- lilltltlg elpl' d at whlth tile Cour.-'s art,' run and tIise quick turns af the hac oti rough pg',ulld Ialitie severe falls. and even broken limbs, not un cotnunlIt Yet a dhg so injured will of ten try to ren,:w the chase, fialling again. yet mnaking vain and painful efforts to avoid defeat. The type of courage so exhibited. inmdividual" as distinguished friom c rcorp;wate' courage, is perhapsl shown lin its most highly specialized form in the greyhound anu,ig dogs. The in putle receives no aid from the associa tion of other animals of the same kind The ldog which is slipldil with the win &er i a. rival. not a comrade If Your Cistern Is Out of Order or Soft Water is scarce, don't worry yourself for a moment gIo right ahead and use hard water with KIRK'S WHITE RUM$IAN 80AP and youll never know the differee. The clothes will be just as whi.e. clean and sweet-smelling, because the "White Russian" is specially adapt for use in hard water. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chlkgse. D Isammi Tar Sap." La ts " Noltleer of wale of hf, huIl Hedas. The tru.t e of ,irhod |ii ttrict No. I. of( 1 ns ter county. st it, of .%o11 1t1.* ,,.rehiy give notice thali tlhy will ri-rl,-.I lti.Is until 1i ailehck anosa o" thte lll Is of .ne.li. l i't . for tln stle. olf Ten Tiosixl- d U,,lal).ltr "+..lliif5I.i.i, tat I,.nala, of the . in thaeI distjrict : Isr id s l.t Is b alnrtssedi ta Ss,, itl,.rsi..oed sat lil.. City, 6 Mtalnsi. ial t a" endlldal.d "Pnt*,t.ah for uds". Then fsaid Stsllal ta, troIf t hel itlia ati ll lnof Fiv. I un Mrel tlllar, I rdt.tl5 Ilach stin to hlear itatresit at the rate- a,f six lir lerr cent pelr snte oi, wytable .slini-annually. Ti, hat.nds to nmature io lRii. I'li. lalrl oif Trutle.sr of alid a setaal diatrict re a..r. the. rilhl to, d y t lm or all of Lsaid ll hid at anly tinl, after tlv. i:,. a .r and previous to Saten IJ) y.ar-. frIonI tht. .Ili f issue.. The lh, lar .r.s-rve.s tle rlghtl Io rijet at il lil all bil ids. y triLer of i1, . Iirs arI. f " mTrslt.t -p f scoll Disltrict \.o. 1. of Cansterl (nd. M fitaa. W(1,. W. tL,.LETLSLN, Clerk of the- ictard. SNlir' P lof sltlueuelt olf AC.cunt for Poal lag. In thu Distriet ilrt ,,f the seve.nlh Judlrial Iislriet af tlte ttate of altaona. in anllld for the. County oft abter. lu the. natt.-r of the astate of Auctin Mclkm aid, ldereana-al. Notice is Iltdrety giitan that li. II. Wileyl. the aalniiuistratllorof the estLlattaf .nsti rn L Mctltl. dlocasedl. hlas ren.l-re stll aprrenteld for settle atest, adil fled) in said tnrt. , anal accatet l-f hil adlministratilon oIf aidl ,'stote. ttgethelr wtllh a ptititon for distribution olf said Iestlat a. Maria Mesonhl. and thati W'dlunelay.. ts-e Aplt sday of June, l14l, M~ingp a day of a tenrm of said toIrt, to-wit: A lspecial June ss-sioi. l,01. at 2 tl'clack p. M.. at thle .uau raoom i H.aidecurt. at tile court house in Miles lity, in asidl Cln.tcr i'ounty, hasu ben duly apsouintuled by th clerk of said reurt i vacation, for the settll-lnl.tt aaf said araunt,. and the bhearing of all itid itiuon. at which tinae and place sany peraan intereste in sall estate may appear and file lin raiate.p titsn. in writingl, to said aecount, andl clntest the same. That notice he aablabed in th Da ily YePlhawtone Journal on June I, 1 and yt, I5-1. Dated June Pith, lMR. W. J. Zuiwawuaw. Clerk of District (Court. t,-E-- ..I-.... -i --s a, SW e . RS.. . i.7rr,.. a5att Ya L a.e.e tfnntl seaa -a.. W.F. SCHMALSLE, REAL ESTATE All COLLECTIONIS -AND-- Ohlrre Ilia Uset. MU.. ('ity.- 8 el to Steo eril & Prter. The Glorious Fourth, 1776--1898. THREE DAYS RACING -ATlr 'w.r~I -MILES CITY DRIVING PARK L'nder the Auspices of the Custer County Horse Fair and Sales Association, July 8, 4, 1 I Special Programme Each Day and $2,500 in Purses. I:IRST. DAY, ILY 3JU L . No. I. Three minute trot - - o No.;2. I alf-mil- r3unoinug for 2-year-olds - - I N\o. 3. Hicycle. for trn \.eighting over i..o lb- - - No. 4. (;cntlmcn's d(riving race - o No. 5. (uarter-mile cow po.ny - - ,o No. 6. 300 yards cow poy - - - - ;o SICONI) ):DAY, JUI." 4TH. No. I. 2:30 trot - - - S2oo No. 2. )nen mile, running - - - - No. 3. ()One:mile. hurdle, over , hurles - - oo No. 4. Bicycle, for men under 19o lbs - - 5 No. ;. Catching greased pig, free-for-all - - Io No. 6. Ilalf-mile and repeat - - - ;o No. 7. (oo yards cot pony - - - No. 8. o00 yards sack race - - - - No. 9. Slow mule, 1 mile. I riders changed - o No. io. too yards foot race - - - - 2 THIRD DAY, JULY 5rn. No. I. Free-for-all-trot - - - 5300 No. 2. I3 s mile, running - - - 300 No. 3. Free-for-all bicycle - - - - 50 No. 4. Trot for 2-year-olds raised in Custer. Yellowstone and Dawson counties - - - 200 :Reserved for special races - - 485 In addition to the above varied programme there will be a genuine EMN6LSM STEEPLB CHASh, on a specially prepared course, over ditches, fences and other ob stacles usually met with in a hard cross country ride. High jumps, wide jumps and hard riding, by a field of accomplished English gentlemen (riders, who intend to make this race thel feature of the meeting; No one can afford to miss this season of genuine sport. If you only come to town once a year let this be the time. If you have got a horse that you think is any good, enter him. An entrance fee of ten per cent. will be charged which must accompany the entry. Entries for all trotting races will close. June 20, 1893. IIco.m I. aMýO.IA , "a-rtry. GE . " 'S CLOTHING! "Are you particular about the i ~natter of a perfect fit? If you Are not, you certainly ought to be. There is onky one sort of fit about a suit of clothes that doesn't sit easily they) are fit for nothing. If it cramps you in one place and hangs too loosely in an )ther, it should share the tate of every other nuisance- it ought to be abated You cannot be too fastidiots for us. The more particular you are the more you will appreciate the attention which we give to every thing that contributes to a faultless clothing .,utfit. Even chronic critics cannot criticise our stock of Clothing. I lats and Caps, Boots and Shoes. Furnishing Goods, etc. Merchant Tailoring Department. We' h\ave received a full line of samplid Cloth for Spring and Sunmmer Suits. Trousers and O)vercoats, among which are some beau tiful dc: .ign iand! rare novelties in the Clotkhing line. An ear: ,clec tion will insure you the choice of the assortment, and a suit wher yol ttant it I. C:rsaciael & ]3ro I, ORSCHEL & BROS. Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Liquors and Cigars.I:.' Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 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