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Ccrtaiuly that is the case with our stock of Men's Shirts. Over 500 of them distributec last week, but there are 15oo left They are worth from S$.75 te $2.5o, but we throw them into twe huge lots at $i.25 and S1.5o. W\e don't have to talk ourselves hoarse to sell them at that price. This is a flyer, and you have to be on hand to make the catch. int, to make the sale still more attractive (and this is to be the greatest effort yet), we put in a comihpltc line of Men's Silk Un derwear. Value, $7.0oo per suit. Nnd sold at that price in all fur '. 'Nug go.,,ds houses. W . cl.-. ti ..,t at ' h.. .u.lt. These are high ',ra;dc silk gar ments manuft. .bureti bI the :. I. Hlill Manufactur';ng (.,.. and every garment giuarantc.d by them. They are ltrfetct titting. e'a-tic. ribbed. oblor crIamn. i) . r-. ;S t.. In . .1 wink is as good( as a nod to a blind mILan. The sizes will soon be broken. That is to say, a suit of silk underwear low at $7.oo don't hunt long for a buyer at $4.5o. THE DIAILI .JOURNAL MILE ('ITV. MONTANA. JO'Ir'N.tL F. WATHER REPORT. BHart - m Wind Weather. ith 1!, a i-t " in . .lNW 12.(l.ar 12tih i p1t 74.. o'alm 'lously DULY LOCKAL MEANS. Maximum tempejraturre. . Minimum temperature. .56. Mean temperature, 2. Precipitation in last 'i hours. 0.00 H. R. BOYNTON. Observer. WEATHER FORECAST. WA asanorox, June 12 To observer. Miles ity,. Montana : Montan :-Fair. warmer. HARRINiTON. Chief of Weatlher Bureau. Novr:-The above forecast is for U hboar trom t a. m.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. August Renn is up from Terry. Will Gibb has gone to Helena for a short visit. Theo. D. Ueckman came down from ForMyth to-day. Lemp's celebrated lager beer at Bul lard's. * L. (G. Clark of Halleck, Nov., is reg latered in the city. For Budweiser beer call at Profesaor Bach's. * Col. Malone went west this morning on a wool expedition. Nate Ogwdal came in from the north side yesterday afternoon. Give the hand a bumper at the okl pastooee building to-night. Campbell A Cu. received another car load of furuiture this morning. Joe buott yesterday received a carload of the young bulls from the west. I,. J. Fitageralt and 'loroutc Mack calue down from ~ursyth y~eterday. 1al.ly Hesuent and Billy) Mclkutald drove out to J. N. McKay)' ranch ys lerday, and while there purcnaawl two handsome yearlings one filly and one horse. They are iboth aired by Bullion. and are first class in every respect. Enlmer Iatchelor has gone out to visit his ranch on the north side. F"... Li.k has gone west in the. inter- i est of Fenno Brins. & ('hilds of IBoston. lHouse and garden plante for sale. at 2t M s:,. Mies: 's .John 8. Frey of Minneapolis spelnt yesterday in the city and went east this I morning. W. M. Robson was in from Etna yes terday. and returned to the ranch this I morning. E. E. Hatch of the firm of Hatch A& Steadman. camec down from Etchetah on the nsmn train. Joe Scott left on to-day's train for Chicago to look after his recent ship mnent of horses. F. V. M. Jones made a hard ride yes. terday and arrived from his ranch about 12 o'clhck last night. Hon. J. R. McKay has taken a husi- t ness trip to Minnesota having taken the K train at noon to-day. p W. J. Belfrage came in from Tongue e river yestetday. and left on this morn- a ing's train for England. f Wild roses made their first appear ance yesterday on the streets, and will seemn he in great profusion. . You pay 2ec for the Shawknit l hose in the east. We offer six pair for 8.100. * C. B. TowF:ns & Co. H When you feel all tired out and brok en up generally, you need a good tonic. teswl's Sarsaparilla is the best. Try it. Mrs. Radiamaker. sister of Mrs.Charles O'Neal. is down from Billings on a visit to thee latte.r and wil! renIain a week or IElt. (G;ay nor was a rrested yesterday for an ilndecint ixplsure o.f his person. and this ,m.rnin n w at tinel .3 and costs ii the police, .unrt. Th'e Miles City brass band will take its hiintit tinighl t ;It the old Insstoftlce builling. and the entertainment should he well pitriizel. Richards' three hig lhows will exhibit in Miles City Mondlay. June 1:9. See the street parade and free balloon ascension and parachute drop. * Paymaster Arthur. U. S. A.. came in on ta:is morning's flyer froum the east. and is putting in the day paying off the soldiers at Keogh. Mt.ve Wanod. Cottonwood or pine. cut in stove length. Leave orders at Case. King & Wxlzitzki's. * P. (. WHITED. 'hief Jackson has received his dog tact. and desires all those who intend paying taxes no, their animalste see himn at once. as the ordinance will be rigidly enforced. The children of the Episcopal Sunday school will have a picnice at the MacKay grove. down the Yellowstone. on Wed nesday, to which they extend a general invitation. Twenty-three cars.of cattle passed through early yesterday morning. bound for Dickinson. They came from Wash ington and were running through on fast time. The wool press was put into operation this morning, starting in upon two car loads now in the depot belonging to R. R. Selway. which will be shipped as soon as baled. A C E N O is the only safe anesthetic by which teeth can be extracted: boiles and fellons lanced without pain; refer ence, either of the city physicians. Used by Dr. Adams. * Rev. Mr. Pritchard will shortly leave for his old home in Lethbridge. Canada, where he will make a visit beforeattend ing the convocation of the Episcopal church in Helena. Si. M. lirann this morning received a carload of L.kota potatoes, and they were found to be in bulk, rendering it necessary to sack them before they could go to the warehouse. ('arley Marshall this morning re ceived i'.t troum his houme, aad at once paid the balance tf his tine 412~, secur his release from the dark cell, with its bread and water attachment. sacbleM. Araie %slve. The beat salve in the workl for cuts bruises, oes uklcers, salit rheum, tflhr soes, tatter, chapped hands, chilblains corns and skin eruptions, and puaitively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price u~ * per box For sale by John Wright. 4'itj Ltepeavs .. My term as city treasurer being about to espire, I kiudly ask all who are in ar rears in the payuwuent of licensus, to; straighten up at once. S CCit. Tr-I usurar. D4% TH: ItI.SION55. The Kwegglt . nt,n .t ,rt TheIr4aspreneay i'Ver the. .Lo.al Nin-e. 1Ohet.erI(t. ws li. irst-.la.s day for the hall plaers.. rand a; liarge attendarine turned out o,r: the ,-s;a.iron of lPitcher XaSahil.es I),enfit. 1The o;nso' was. gen erally ter;lkin4. a %,ry v ga.l. one. but It was lost and failiy war.d-.l Ito ser,-rl costly errors on the part of the loal ninrw. coupled with h1,a c.ona-hing and baise runnlilng. Still the.re welre many gral pla.s. u.tabl ( or'don'a throw fronm center field to the hone plate in time to put out a man. and Smith and Dutni gan'a double play on a fly captured by the formller and assisted to second. Miles City made a run in the first in ning. and there was not another one made uintil Keogh got one in the last half of the fourth. Miles failed to score again in the first half of the tifth. but Keogh piled up four in the last of the fifth and from that time on the game never was in doubt. The battery work of both teams was excellent and effective all through the game. and had the Miles City nine been as careful after reaching the first bag as they were successful in getting there' they would have probably won the game. The local nine was not out played, but simply failed to improve its opportunities in base running. How ever, they should not become discour aged, as practice will overcome such de fects as these. Following are the individual scores: KEOIU1. MILEN ('ITS. T.B. R. T.B. R. ('unnina.samlb 5 1 tahc.k. c...... 5 2 cnott, :aI2 Siti . i...... .. 4 5 Murphy, 2b ... 4 1 Nahihold g....4 0 'il ieg ..... 4 iH-aih,1 i.. mit. If. 4 ' rown, :tb.......4 1 Mal.k e....... 4 c2 Girde , ie......4 1 'anr'e. r. I. .Iiec.. rf.......4 0 li-ns., f....... . 4 2 t)unni aII 2bi ... aIt, H~rdi-ae . cc.... 4 I Thrnr. If.......4 Tital ........ 10 1 ta .... ....... .. II 2 4 " it s 6 A Kr- g ............. 1 0 1 2 1 Io -10 Miles . ity........ I 0I 0 0 1 1 2 0 --5 mLnpire. Bruning. Scorers. Stattmitter and Harmon. Time of (;ante. 1:10: Murphy. second baseman for Keogh. had a tinger badly hurt in the sixth in ning and was replaced by Moore. Thrne. li-ft ticilder for Miles City, was Iale. replaced in the sane inning by 1). J. (O'Malley. iGovernor Rickards was a passenger on yesterday's itver for the east. ha ving been sunltnmonel to Washington by tele. graph upon sotle important land busi ness. Int a cnlvera.ition with a reporter the governor asked several questions as to the reform school. and seemed much pllas4l to learn that the trustees had advertised for bids for furnishing the brick required. He stated that he felt the great need of the institution and woult do all he possibly could at the earliest moment to aid in the erection of the Iuilding. The governor's family has been visiting in the east since last April, and he will join them as soon as he can get away from Washington. 'Calv- Ar.e %Warre. Nate Osgoo.l. just in from the north side Yellowstone round-up. reports a very noticeable absence of cows and calves in that section of the country. an indication that the lpast winter was an unusually hard one on she stock. This was apprehended by many and the proof is now apparent in the scarcity of the increase and in the cows that are miss ing. The N-- N which is a representa tive herd will not. in the opinion of Mr. Osgood. brand 15 per cent of the num ber of calves they branded last year. ltlehari' Three Bag sl.ws will exhibit in Miles City Monday. June 19, afternoon and evening. The perform ance is first-class, and deserves a large crowd. The Parson's children will posi tively appear in their wonderful feats of horsemanship at both performances. A full car loadof performing horses, ponies dogs and goats will help to make up an interesting programme. During the afternoon a free balloon ascension and parachute drop will positively take place from the show grounds. Popular prices. Remember the day and date and see the street parade. James Davidson was on one of his fre quent drunks Saturday night, and was run in by Ofllcer Hogan. This morning he was fined $10 and costs and the see tenoe was suspended temporarily as as to enable him t to goto Forsyth. near which place he has a job awaiting him. Phillip May.o' team broke away from him in his yard yesterdaya'ternoua, and bally injured him. Almust half of his nos was split down urntil it was hang. ORPRICEPS Ia Mskinsu so ody . QCtc'I " uu kJ~t:-W l llJ·; r. -Uld ing by a small piece of the skin. evident ly the result of a kick from one of the horses. and he was also bruised about the hips anl bioly. DOr. Fish attended him. and although Mayo has no dis.in't 1 rr.ecollection as to how he was hurt. I.e i not thought to be seriously injured. I.all,, bitl for the js.l sellingl . bar ini! lune:h privijeg-ies at the Miiles City driving park duringt the Fourth of Julyi raves. will the ren-ceived by the under signed until Saturday. Junw 17th. at 7 ,'cloc:k p. in. The privileges to be bid 1 for separatly and cover th*e :3rd. 4th and 5th of July. lr:;. or any extra day or days to which the races may be post poned. A certified check payable to the undersigned, and in amount equal to ten t per cent of the bid. must accompany each proposal and the successful bidder will be required to pay the whole amount bid. on or before .noon of July 2. 18,03. The certified checks of unsuccess full bidders will be returned to them. H. M. MoXAN. Secy. C. H. F. & S. Ase'n. Dr. Adams. the dentist. who has by his painless methods r filling and ex tracting teeth without lp.on, won such a a reputation in Glendive and vicinity, has received to-day such inducements as will justify him in going there as soon is he can arrange his work to leave. * On Saturday evening last Benham Trumbull & Co. of Chicago attached the saloon of Jerry Crimmins at Forsyth or a debt of $197.50. and to-day Florence 1.ack put a second attachment upon he property to cover an obligation amounting to 7549. Members of the Chamber of Com nerce and others interested in the wel 'are of the city and county are re niuded not to miss the meeting of the - "hawber to-morrow forenoon at the city ouncil rooms at 11 o'clock sharp. The first consignment of Custer county Sool was shiped from Mingueville on Friday by John S. Truscott. to Luce & lannmng. loston. The shipment con isted of three cars. and weighed 11.400 pounds. .lecrtrlc( Iltt...s. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. . purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and kidneys. will remove pimples. boils. salt rheum and other affections coused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fev ýrs. For cure of headache, constipation and indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bot tle at John Wright's drug store. eIyrlre Fleud, . Attention. Purchaser wanted for a Victor Wheel -Pneumatic or Victor Arch tire. Nota second hand wheel, but fresh from the factory of the Overman Wheel Co. model of 1't9. Will be sold cheap for :ash. Apply at this office. * W..TFI,- Salesmen. to sell our choice and hardy nuriery stock. Many special varieties to offter both in fruits and orna muentals, and controlled only by us. We pay commission or salary. give exclusive territory and pay weekly. Write us at mnce and secure choice of territory. MAY BaROTERs. * Nurserymen. Rochester, N. Y. Chsmber of Cemmerr e .etnsg. The will be a meeting of the Chamber f Commerce on Tuesday morning. June 13th at 11 o'clock, at the city council voms. All members are earnestly re tuested to arrange to be present at this nesting, as several matters of vital im prtanoe will be discussed. H. B. Wu.Tr, * Secretary. A Tried Remedy for ileasn.. Thes who mafer fren disnrder or insetst d the Iseer will never et the upper based of he sarnly orase ms loe a theyr ee us sh irr Wa.l remedies a blue pills ealuael alt psode aylUs. s r ftom the tied asi puselsre.mdi. ia. lsettsr's aStumah baters, ther may ea set rlsst with a seetaiaty aobtseisaa siL The adhaese of the aatse pseam the great bitery lard is ditest, powerfhl asmi edily felt. The shiet affrde is net speaudle. asbt eammleu ad erasest. The uslowurm of the ski. , awal appeeasese of the touslls idiamssll . usaunesues. busade. nuse, "emss thsms be riskt aide sad shieder, n soeversp esuesm aurment uo the elmetiae omplaist ase esate Sald paIustptly omaeed a cass. of this ig stimable mLleisse. is behalf of which teas asy is eamhtaatly msasdagti team smer guear Br,. ad buam alh cneseosuusese. PROPOSALS FOR MILITARY Suppllies. Otllceof('hief Quartermaster, )epartmenrt o,f Iakota. St. Paul. Minn., Jun,. ]st. SlM:. SEALED PROW)P .1l,'. in triplicate. will ,e received at tli ,i,.ice. or at the following n;aund, pfa .-!. ana at Ielena. Montana. until 11 ,'elr.lk a. Im.. in July 1. I3.l. and leal.d th., . fori furnishing andl de.liverv of tuich OATS. I'TlAN. I.HAY and STIA as mae Ie ret.,uired, diluring the tiacal year corinll' ini Jul. 1. l ':i. at St. Paul. Fort Snelling. Minn.: Forts Huford l. Penliina and Yatesl. . D). Forts .Made.. ant Sully. S. I).: Helena and Forts Assinniloinqe. Custer. Keogh, Missoula. ('aips l'Illri River and Mer ritt. Muont.. atl Fort Yellowstone. Wvo. Blank fia us of prolposals. with full in. structions to hilters., will le furnished on application to this ath!lce. or to the. quartermasters at the various points named. JO)HN V. FUREY. Quarter master. C. S. Army. ('hief Quarterinas ter. Notirre. Sealed proposals will be receivetd by the Trustees of the Montana State Re form Sc-hool for furnishing from ]:.00(%i to 300t:.t brick during the months of July. A ugust and September. Proposals will be addressed to 1t. B. Wiley. Secre tarv. and marked "Bids for Brick.' and Delivered before noon of June 12th. at which time they will be opened at the ffice of the Secretary. The Trustees eserve the right to reject any or all ids. H. B. WILtE;. Secretary. Hood's Sarsaparilla io promptly and effeetu ally overeomen TIAT TIRES WElLE0L , as to conclusively prove this medicine "makes the weak strong.'" J. l:. Emerton. a well klsown mn rhantt of Auburn. Mr. J. 3. Emerton. Main.. had l el. a- mld /ieF trolbles. ti took il Oe MAMIAPA IILLA atln it gave relief n.l, great comfort, le say' : "l t a GedOmead to any one suffering a- I dtd." HOOD's PILLS r Ht,i.li ",lt.,H..it tt r. stnriua De rl.tltlW actioto n. te aliwe ta:y ctlaaaI J. B. COLLINS, C=L e _- otl .llre Ceeneral Ag.ent. Otffice:--Stockgrowers Bank Block, Room No. 2. Correslpondence solicited. W. F. MILLARD. -WORKER IN Tin, Copper and S Sheet Iron. Pumps Sat and Repaired. Plumbing and Fitting for city water Supply. Ueneral Repairing Done. Bicycle Re pairs a specialty. Shop in Creedmoor Armory, MAIN STREET, - MILES CITY. 1607. 18I. The library of American Literature, Compiled and Edited by Edemued Clnee Steiam and Ellen McKay Hutchinsen. Alone contains more carefully chosen. ably edited, and artistically arranged Adventures, Correspondence, HumorousArticles. Theology, Anecdotes, Criticism, Narratives. Travels, Ballads, Dramas, .oted Sayings, Wars, Biographies. Essays, Orations. Witchcrafts. and Character Sketches,Fictons, Poems, Wonders, Histories, Politics. than were ever before gathered within the same space or offered in one colleetios, The Stedman-Hutchinson Library of American Literature is indispesable to busy persons whose time is limited; to children whose tastes arem to be forma; bto those who use books for entertainment and instruction, and to all who wish to know anything about books and authors, or who wish to improve their own ee. versation and writings. Sold only by subscription through solicitors authorbad by us Not for sal directly nor by any bookstore anywhere at any time. For da seription and purchase, address JT. NT~r. tt 113 'W'OD 1.ll~o Miles City, Sole Agent for Motasms. Frederic M. Kreidler, FIRE INSURANCE, oom 1. a.,nw t Lv. sovei,.. lmnarl ai l. was" vas at e. s. r.el k ýM I I To Buldesm. i ..le, l propsalt will he received by thle TI tees of .ciarl District Na,. I. (C'bt C Motana. until 1! 0,'chuk. nonin. June 17th. f onr flro r..(,.:;:natri l and buifldin as riot t. ti,.. brick ,'hlta,I tuildtnr in said d II,. -t",t.. t Il. r. at I-,offie oful E. T. Cart, Ive uut or& M neroillu storel. tHi 1 will Ito re.riv,"il fir the entir. additism et,ll bt,. ,,r fr dlifftre.t l.,rtionn t.toerat.l-, as Ir, vi. I it,.- peiicntia.. Each hid mlst i. arr.,t i,.,: b} cth. Ir a certified ehai -via;l t1, I ii lf tlft. amount il the i i, t;.uybh to itd. ('hairn of fthe loard. a i-" ltit;t that !Ie, bidior bidders will. if thets ; h td h- a(l,t-old.r eitt ir iit s tisfaitOrl po0e t i rl cln . in compli. vi.,k. T1I. Trut.esi rw v -r,- th. r+eight tt, r.Fj.ct any'" r all bids. H i .l r tf I i .l-,oard. ,R. ,. W. AElFlRTO 'lerk. Slit , e'ity.r. Plul ,. )ltg mtior.llorw wl of Real IEbt. ,lti e at h..r ..- uiven tat c*e last w will sad Pt'Ptltn.-T1 oIf 'l-,- Kt'wltot,o. deceased, -ka ib:-,. almnitti.,! 1, irtlat in the Dihtrict Cnt Si tPr * ontnllty. M.,ntana. by which will uinl.rticnedul at. x.nutor .,f thn e said (hase Kn.,wltn. i autlh,,rimzil f, oell all recal e.a., frlol nin t raidm dec..seil and that in. itb.cdi.ne. to, ti,, trli. ttf t aidl will.thn 7thl" tday f .Iul.. i'"fi. at 2 . n. t.f the said day at thA frnt noJ.*r of tho ('Court House. inll Mls 'ity. i will w 11 at lluhlie auction. tfor cash. to thI,.. ht.tt hidder. thn tfllin Ing ots in l hles C ity with tin, huilrirt,lr tnd improvementl td,.r-on. viz: Ltoe fourteen ,i. fiften (15). and ixteesa i If . f hlibck thirty :It,. ,of Mils City. and lots ,e.it I,.. two 021, nintet.en (19). and tweriy (0), iln bhak forty-flv ,ma ). Df Mile-s City. Tirme i, s alr. caih. it. he tpaid upon os.re matimini ,ft alt by the District ('ourt. This Al. tic t. i ritn. in contpliancro with the said will. (iute i rt KNoWLTON. iExecutor f thel last will and tesuamast of ('harles Knowlton. deceasd. STREVELL & PoiTER. Attotneys' for Executor. DR. E. F. TOWISEI. Oculist and General P tim , -OF BILLINGS, MONT. will be at the Macqut.en, Miles City. on Wednesday, June 14th fir crnsultation on Eye diseases, Adjustment of Glasses, etc., from 8 a. m. until ; p. m. MILLER & ROSE. TA.ILOX i, Are now ready to do all kinds of work in their line Suits Made to Order., CLr.EAxING and REIAIlN.( neatly done. Ill Shop opposite Wright's drug store, up stairs Notlre lto ('rtltors. Estate. if Thma. A. ,invit.. d-caeatd. Nitite, i hri.rhby tiv,. :,y tih-. undi.rsiied. adlministrator ,,f thlt .state tif Tn}mlass A. Davit.. tec,.a"tal. i, lth .cr.itoru oif. and all psr i.,st-arinsulcaimne agilllt thl said decesased to i.xlhibii thn, with the, neessery vouchtar, within four ni.ntht after the first publcatlm of tlhis ntiec.-, to the saild a:lminitrator at hj office. Main strict. iles City the same eg thll place for the tranhaetion of the busaies of said estate. in the C('runtyII of (urter. WILLIAM ('OIRTENAV. Admlinistrator of thi estate of Thomua . Davis, deceased. Dated .Tune 10th. lOC4. Strevel & Poner. atitrnet' ufor adiminiltratgo . First publication. June 10th. Ilt.