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THE I)AILY SJOURNAL.
MILK. CITY. MONT.N.t. EveryP, Evenol I.ng pt: r IllnsI.i. Ternm of S,,...'riptisn. BY. lt ..) II) ti . i. , ,i . r u.i . il' e l. D l.sh ist n . on. rlu r .a a rnft r, 'v "f musing, at _5 c- W 1 r- n S t h' .... i. . li 'ueti' la . .June' .-l. I..r:. A L!VELY DG,CUSEION. "th. 11-es1 Talk sr..r nIlw to Manat ai u n . i.n. sl. ot The..y lmet o.n. ;tte strelt ione slnahiny att, -nl o1. "Hl,w is y.onr Ihus.alnd?' a.;ae,,d the Wtoman w i:hs the fcrge.tlnu oths at her bonnet after the first gr-e·t ings wen, vv er. "Feeling pretty well. thank you," r(' iPtti y the wotan fithe the lace cap. "ii always is well in ithe lidddle cof the mn ,nth." "The lmiddle of the llollth?" bIdankly Iepelated te womanl with the fo'rgwetmel teots onl her ITlnll t t. "'Whin, yesa there are no bills coming in then, you klnow. You i.., abomt the eeth he, tin inm to complain that lhe i ftitling nluly, en t.he 2.l th he is worn', and by thet Ist of the ,month I really tretmbl for his life n dlr the excitement of going over thee atccounts." "Hutuph!" ,ejaru.l];tetl the woman with the lace cape. "That's nothing. Why, my huslbtnd threatens to get a divorce every time my dr,,ssnmaker's hill is pre ernted." "'Do y.,n i'ry'r" askedl the' other woman breathlessly. " '.Not at all. I tell him the.re is ntoth i-g which won 4 1please me better." "Butl yiui di' t n miea" "()f cilrll se donl't but lihe isn s ciln trary that he m'oldn't 4o it then for thi' wirl, so he i, t pays thei hill snii lay, soguiora aitt it it." "'. ih! Ni . may sister Julia has an esx eelle.it plal You kn,,w shie is awfully ext 'ravaglMa. . Well. wh,.n Ita ill cou-e's; in that Ihoirriilu,, , .% ii tlhr. she lets diown all thlnt yi'e w hair oif hItr. anl whun rI W l,.ar hush;itinl iu-' iti. h u tinds hr w,,,ing bitti·rly.' "Y.",1 ."s; gut on." I lrt li ile of hl."r iV, Ji - ItR t'eily. "tf Iconi-- h.i l-k' iher why she is cry lllng, uiil hi' says: 'll h. larldi. I atm such i wiItih. llrt" s . -aol-si -. ' bill, and it is awlful. You :ur" . ;..o wl ' ril that I I:iin y, v lt 1,:y it witihhoit a worr. but I i.u-t haBai' miy'.lf tifor ctilog youn - aiauahr i onely.' Then ,tih cries aitd tear, her 1 tr." ** t. ."' after all, kie,-s 1h,r. ,e ii.n: ,rts h.r n! p pIty)l.-i i ithL.it sm\. o. L w ,re l." "W hat i ll ::a fulll.' no . a to her hit band it|.: 1 ' ,v. I, r, s (.:r,. IIh r hul..,- i is-,. , t~ rave hk," a Iuit!tb in over er hlll., thou ' h he i' l ,letnty ,f a on.t . Fint, llt' (',ýla ,, d trnll ta * , t, -stelopitl.. It, it i- t,, 1 )(, W hat 1I' you thilk 'he did:" "I don t knw. T1,- Im ,luick." "Sh . laid all her pl:,d s. :aI l I,o ,l.a her huiii. un brl I·n:h" I .ne :i s.iTi 'e'l fr1, l : tt l diltnlr. .., th y l I.utIg . I tIh, fro, t st-eps a:l erra:l tby with ;a h gl " b tlli, caii tel upal. ' ('ra nI nt thla it lthe door. " W halt i, th r.' -k,,l hr hutI n:il. You ,... h, thou ht .h, had l le.u bu i:i: dry g,,,".'." "Y. .. I ki i ; g cit." "' 'Tl y wialtls lihw tlhis-l lt, S'tur,l 'v. pautls. -aid hl., r,.. All right.' sa.:i Cora. tak lg tihe lunlle. Then shel turne,1 to her hu.:ha:l and said: "Y'oti know. dear, you til imt that I w:la ruin "ng you with iy te.xtr:vg.unc.,. This i some5t plain i",.wing I intend to di i.. c-rder to pa:y iny tiln. It 'hall never ls mid that I ruini a my hu.lband.' "Well. I tnever! What was the eud 0t it?" "0II. heir husbanll has never corn plained , t a bill sant'e. se s ays. Andt you knllw hw (' r;a ruresses.' "'Yes. "rr.'hes (liwendohln too. She manages well." "What ta her plan?" " Why, ablut the last week in the motth her table begins togrow poor"-- "But that is no way" "You do.'t t ldterstandl. Her husband Is a great eater, but awfully stingy. iHe -mnplains. She says: 'Yes. dear. I know. buit I fear we are living beyond our m.ealns. The I ll will he coming in soon. and we must e.' .ullmjiz.' " "Whlat then:" "He flies inlto a rage and says he pays the bills and he won't starve t, death." "Well?' "Well. when the bills do come in and be complains. she just ays. 'Yes. dear. I as we must economize on the table' That settles it." "Of course. Oh. look at those lovely india silks! I am dlying for one." "And so am I - but really nmy will"- - "And mine. too. Still we mtaght try Owendolen's plan. Let' go, in an,! look at them anyway."-Chicago Tribuine Well Merited. Artist-Did any of the cot'mnittee stay ayth.ng about the winter sceae I sentt •-Yes, sir. One of 's.m scolded me "muse he caught cold while he was look IS at it. Artist-That's glorious! But why did e secold you? Boy-'oCantae I left the door open. Good News. £e.mnatItlem. "Then you are not going to send your ar to colleg', Mr. Newmu, ,ny?" "No,. we cigan.., 'b our pt.a>U. 'Yolu see. an ex-priztt:gh;ter h.+ = c, ,, to, town and sarte.l a school t t pi. -cgal culture. a.udit's a sig. t che.;- r L. cullege." Tegme. It Yaur Cistern Is Out of Order or Soft Water is scarce, don't worry yourself for a moment _:o right ahead and use hard water with K(IRK'S WHITE RUSSIAN 80AP and you'll never know the difference The clothes will be just as whi:e. clean and sweet-smelling, because the "White Russian" is specially adap' for use in hard water. JAS. S KIRK & CO., Cbkap. B yr.. i. " at Kidney C ompaintS, Lame Back, Ao. R. M'ti E EL TRIO BELT Ith leot r uPtsO t.r/..t S'rtru,- I1:.-t g., rm.[Lm,..' D O' i adI . d t.[ t.EI-Sn 8 , ý" I l BO , , qtr,, . .ltr l 'o . r .r ttl."" t" l "I ". Oll,"" t c1-d rrlt 1 I ' ;'p& > I ' ; I el l.. i.ll h ( N l l.' 'h:. r .,vr d l· ' i . ... ,,I 1". I·1. tt R. lANDENS ELrOTRIO ELf, T V "*', Id.... CI . '..l is ,..t) ,. -.! l-Y. t 3dAv. .MI ILacipl.. ^^ This Paper x 'Lve. A.,I ,i...... E . .4 t rnd rT i,,r ch:nutt Exchang.": M, n Franci.sc, inliifornia. wh.r. c..ntrnct- fr :.tadverti.tncan Iet mlad. for it. YOURSELF I or ta itItll i .r, arr r lily ! 111.,. rlt] tl.'t, r drnlulabt fi r £ ttlle i ~ ttDt n i n ( a few da" .ith th|i Id [.4or pltbiictIt ft da'tor. Nonpolsonous a The nr rwsl AI r lMetrs m. ?manufactmle by T ns eical Co. CIIICIIWTI, 0. Notile of %etleteat of ArCelat for Post Mlg. In t Ile District (ourt ohlle Seventh Judicial Ile.trie of tihn Sat. ofi Montana. in and for the (li t3lt) ('illtterf. Intl .h nmiitt. r o the estate oi Austin IMcltAu aid. ,Icaeul. Ntij, i,. h....nhy iu.n, that H. B. Wil.y. the adtntini.tratcr of the etplteot Antin McDonald. ,bule.'a.l. has rendere and presentedl for ettle .-lt, a.n til led in said t'Out. flal a..oUint iof lii. anidlii.tratiliinuof ilaid estate. t.etlher writh a 1tpt.iti for diatribuitii iif said ectati' to Muria Meltutald. and tllhat We.lentitay. tiih 2Lit dat if June. IilIht, bini a day if a term lf said it'ck p. in., at the court room of saidcriturt. at i he." ctlr Io.tio in Milst City in itid Clutter tlolnt -. l.a b1en duly a pilntedl by tlt clerk ,f .ail eiurt mn vacatio. for the ettl,-lt'ent of said acouint. and the hinga of taid Ietiti.n. at which time and plae any p.ermn ialterelnate in raid eatate may e ant file hi. eztepe tiLtn,. in writing, to .aid ao.ta. and .titie.t the tame. That notice ie phblibed in the, Daily Ytelltow.tne JouIral on Juna . 16 and :i. 1ti.&r Dated Jun.e r ait, Irt. J t ne o W. J. ZriUlzRrx, Clerk of Ditrit l :urt. O* ptmo at aahaatt euta. and all fth trata at e'O. rcaattiatfi a J l. adam.. W.F. $HMIL$LE, RAlt ESTITE AU COLLECTIONS Orir-alW l iro3K.eWr Omr-r-Main atreet. iles Cityjnext t. Stretel: A Prter. The Glorious Fourth. 1778- 1890. THREE DAYS RACING -ATW T -MILES CITY DRIVING PARK Under the A\uslpiccs of the Custer County Horse Fair and Sales Association, July Z3, 4, S. A Special Programme Each Day and $2,500 in Purses. FIRST D).\ . IJULYL No. I. I'hre muinute trot - SI50 . 2. I lif-tile running fltr 2-vcar-old - 100 No. icy.cl, fi, or en wcighing ove\r 1,o Ibs - 2 No. 4. ,t tlttc nn'si hi\inýg frc - 20 \... I )arter-tilh roe' ponY - - - JO No. (. Qoo ya"rds cow, poly - - 50 .s-E((NI) I.AV, JUIY. 4'r11. No. I. 2:30 trot - - oo00 No. 2. Otemsile. running - - - - No. ;. ( )ne'milc, hurdle, over 5 hurdles - - too No. }. licycle, for men under 9o Ibs - No. ;. Catchin.. greased pig. free-for-all - to No. 6. I lalf-titc and repeat - - - 150 No, 7. .0oo yards cow pony - - - No. 8. oo yards sack race - - - - o No. O. Slotw mule. I mile, I riders changedI - o No. Ic. icooyards foot,race - - - - TIIIRD) DAY. JULY ;"n. No. I. Free-for-all-trot - - - - 3oo No. 2. .s mile, running - - - - 3oo 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 EMNLISM STEbPLE CGIASb, 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 the feature of the meeting; No one can afford to miss this season of genuine sport. Ilfyou 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. =ma'lmI V dL!AIr_ . u1 iLORSCHEL & BROSP GENT'S CLOTHING! .Are you particular about the matter of a perfect fit? If you are not, you certainly ought to be. Th.-re is only 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 UmiID, !1Tr hangs too loosely in an ,ther, it should share the tate ot eiery other nuisance- it ought to be abated You cannot b. too fastidious for ts. The more particular you are the more you will apprcciait, the attention v hich we give to every thing that contributes to a; faultless clothing outfit. Even chronic critics cannot criticise our stock of Clothing. Hlats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Furnishing Goods, etc. Merchant Tailoring Department. We have received a full line of sample Cloth for Spring and Summler Suits, Trousers and ( )\ercoats, among which are some beau tiful designs and rare novelties in the Clothing line. An early selec tion will insure you the choice of the assortment, and a suit whet you want it. I. Orsohel Si 3B3ro I, ORSCHEL & BROS, Wholesale Dealers in 13WPOICI3T ID and DOMF3UTICX Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 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