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something here well worth ''on conisideration. WVe had thought when we offered our entire stock of Men's Shirts, worth from $1.75 to $2.50, at $1.25 and $1.5o each, that the limit in bargain making had been reached. Made bold by the great success of this sale, we added silk under wear, reduced from $7.00 to $4.50 the suit. Now the supreme effort of our life. We offer to-day, anti until sold, one of the greatest necessi ties of the civilized world, always appropriate, never out of style. to wit: 146 pair MNrn' Pants. The lot is small but choice, con sisting of only the best, 1893 cut. and sold by us from S.oo to S8.oo per pair. \',Your choice. any pair it),the lot. S3.oo. Big Pant Sale. We sell carpets on the insthll ment plan. THE I)AII, J.IOURNAL MILEN ('ITN. MONTANA. JOI4)'RNAL WEI.THhE REPORT. Itarom t! ee IT"mlp. Wind j Weathý,r. .th at..M ..... .. :3rN .. T'ear DAILY LOCAL MEANS. Miaimum temperature, 76. Minimum temperature. 40. Mean temperature. 2. Precipitatlim in last 14 hours, 0.00 H. R. BOYNTON. Observer. WEATHER FORE(CAT. WA saDweonO, June nl To observer. Miles City. MKotana: Meatana:-Fair and warmer. Chief of t Nora:-The above foreeast is for U hmars from a. m.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. kew Johanson left for thewest to-day. Lamp's celebrated lager beer at Bul lard'.. * J. J. Cole of St. Louis iregistered in the city. W. D. Knight returned to Spokane on to-day's train. For Budweiser beer call at Profemsor Bach'.. * This moring there were an even soere of primsoners in the county jail. B. H. (Connoor of Fort Worth, Teams, came in on this morning's train. C. M. Lee came down from Bombed last evenag. and returned today. The ar from the eas this morning wa si baors late; cause unknown. J. J. Thompson mad m returned to their home at Rrosebd on a omavenient tfeight traa_. A special oak on men's and boy's Ig. Aige shirts U each.o * C. . Towas d On The tramps and burglar have .pt the acosr ua the go for the p-at few daye. Monday sight it was a a ll-lght job, lasting antd o'lek il the mors ing. and they -were out again until 12 oclock last night. The distri'ct court is in sessi n this afternoa.m, transactinlg sone pre.,ate, business. The Northern Pacitic pay car passed east yesterday afternoon. settling upI with the eefployves. .Judgle Milburn. Jnudge iStroevell. T. . Porter and F. W. Kreidler reurned fronm (lenelive. last night -.\ Iagpjlw player was en the streets yesterday afternoon and last night. and took in a golnt bit of money. To gain strength IlH l's Sarsaparilla. For steady nerves iHel'o s Sarsaparilla For pure bloodl Hood's Sarsaparilla. F. V. Hurley, recently married to a St. Paul lady. passed through on the west bound train last night accompanied by his bride. .\ female beggar took in the town yesterday afternoon, and told a pitiful tale of losses in Chicago. etc.. as a per suader for charityc The arrangement of the four men ac cused of burglarly and the two found with the suspicious keys will not take place until to-morrow morning. Store W.eIl. Cottonwood or pine, cut in stove length. Leave orders at Case, King & Wexlzitzki's. * P. (;. WHITTD. The funeral of Matthew Ryan sr.. will take place at Leavenworth, Kansas to morrow. The store of the Ryaa-Merrill I Co.. of this city will be closed during the day. ('harley Brown went up to Rosebud on last night's train. carrying the "CU.S." brand,. the object of his trip being to re ceive a blunch of cavalry horses for the government. .\ (' N t) is the ,enly safe anesthetic hy whi-ch teeth can tee' extracted: bolles and fellonn. lanced without pain: refer ence. either ,f the city I,hysicians. Used by l)r. . latus. Iast niLtt iht ailer Hawkins arrested at couple of vags. an l this morning they weere- relea;,sed,,I wit h the. almnition that they liIsat incelne liatetll lea ctown which they promptly hteeded. Ae.elut Il ou 'cck last night, and in frct from that time' on until daylight. there was a heavy breeze. a:conmpanied by occasional showers. which was duly appreciated by every bedy. The race track as in ge.dl condition for horse racing. even noiw. and with the continued week that is be.ing done upon it, it should hee in prime cendlitin by the time appointed for the races. A deed was tIled yesterday by whicl, Ilane-ah C'. Wiley conveyed to Margaret joulsa 'usuintr. II.Wu acres of andt in section 16. township 6 north of range 42 east; the consideration iwing $1. Some marauding stock last night played sad havoc with the trees in the northern portion of the city. and in the future all animals that are permitted to roam at large at aiy time of thenight or day will he impounded. The Tongue river round-up yesterday arrived at the mouth of Pumpkin creek. and is now lying there awaiting the Mizpah crew, which is not expected un til about Friday. As soon as the two join ftrces they will proceed with their work, going up Pumpkin creek. Regular meeting of Yellowstone Lodge No. As. A. F. dt A. M. this (Wednesday) evening. Work in the M. M. degree. Visiting masons cordially invited to at tend. * H. B. WIL.Y, W. M. John iUlyatt, the porter at the hotel, put in a good portion of yesterday, in repairing the walk between the Mac queen and the depot. He improved It greatly, but it is in such dilipidated con dition that the only way to put it in proper shape is to build a new one. J. H. Gibson, the Eaglish foot-racer, passed thlu a ity .aother morn ing on route to C o. where e will assst Alex Gott in his traiinng kcr the American championship race which will take place next month. Gott will meet Gibson in Minneapolis. and the two will then proceed to the World's Fair city. SektIe's Arae". alve. The bhest alve in the world for cuts bruises, ore.. ulcers, salt rheum, rever ores tettr. chapped handse, chiUtla oarn and skin eruptions. and peltively curas ples or as pay required. It is guaraated to give pe(fect satsaction r m y refunded. Prie !e per bo ber sale by Jobs Wright. rasem veer. Magistrate Gibb this morning had three cases of drunk and disorderly to try. Charles Bowling and Michael Ma honey were each ined fi and ocsts and attled up. Mike Oulligna was arraigned upon a simiar charge and ined 10 and cns, but. as on may previous uceslome, was with# t messy sad ws comsmitted. .Al I.,joyilhl I:rve,.ngpent at h. Itare. TrI'.c 4 ith 4t.an l ,sNert. The \'ater r('hetl bict'e tlt ..e drew a very fai: .re tto the ra(-e ti .ck last eveni.g. iw-luihng quite a numlber of tlalie . a ti arrir the tattle, with mltm ,ttitoes. it ,v s ,tore than u tnaly t: jttjoyed. It was fully 7: :lot, tock ,before the two, ,onntestants Iaprtlrte IuI, to the traki. andl y the ti.,,e they had seiectEl Hugh Moran ar,,l Iiik Ingersoll tas judges at the. ttltnltinel. .\ Ale l'renatt it starter andl "Spike" Sage as timnkeeptlr. another half hour hal tbeen consumed. llowever, they slowly went arount to the half mile pole. and after working like a pair of colts in warming up. the flag fell at the first break across the score. Orschel was running the faster of the two and in the first tifty yards opened up quitte a little gap. but Waters got a great umove on himself. and com ing up like a quarter horse, closed the open space. and by the time the first quarter had been covered. he had ob tained a lead of :0 or 40 yards. and the pace he was making was a very hot one. As they rounded into the lower stretch IAeo put on more steam,. but the gap was too long to be closed up. and Waters pulled through a winner by t0 or 60 feet. Orschel having slowed down when he saw that it was useless to try to win. The time made. 1:401Q. was very good, indeed. for the half mile. considering that neither man had trained a particle. the race having been mathe during the afternoon, and the track. which is being worked daily for the race meeting, was not in good condition for bicycling. There was considerable betting on the race, with Orschel a slight favorite. al though no oldds were offered or aseld. .t OO) T)At4H. The crowd was now in a humor for more spotrt. and after a few minutes a quarter-ile Ilatcth was made between Eddie Ilolt and Etd. Staussiger. both to ride strange wheels. The young men went up to the three-quarter Ipole. and got away to a got ad start at the tirst at t.mlllpt, Ifolt so.on took a prontuncedy lead and won hantlily by about ten ln'rts in the very gooti time of 131., Still another matcth was made between IEtterty Ireland and .\llie McKenzie. also a quarter of a mile. McKenzie was in clined to be the favorite in the betting. + ..1 1 . .t as.: Intw ~ ..nd .. ms ·.n of are Incl. n h~ut With a lair anit even start Irelunit speedily forged to the front. an:d came under the wire a safie winner by :L3 or t0 feet in Iy; seconds. This evening's sport has whetted the appetites of the bike people ifor sport. and as a natural consetluence half a dozen more ratves are on the tapis for the near future, with a prospect for one between Waters and O)rrchel. a dash of a mile. as the latter'a backers think he can win at that distance. Ilunadere.d Property. Last evening about dusk R..\. John son's little girl. while returning home from town stumbled on to a cache of plunder near the first trestle east of town. and at once reported the find to the officers. Sheriff Hawkins and Chief Jackson went down and brought the stuff to the county jail. An examina tion showed them that it was the prop erty stolen from Rumprs place on the previous evening, and the oficers are now satisfied that the whole affair Is cleared up. When they arrested the four men for the car robbery, one of them had in his hand an empty sem. less sack, and they wbre heading direct ly toward the spot where the property was found. The theory is that these men also visited the Rumpt premises and then concealed the goods stolen being bound thither with the sack to carry it away with them. later in the evening Mrs. Rump looked over the articles, and found everything which was known to have been taken from her honem, exoept one pair of suependers. and is certainly .er lucky in having recovered them - owes Tss Of.t. One of the hbaders at a local hotel isa great devotee to the "bihe," he is alw-. nclntaed-to e kind of daesay,and is like wise a general favorite with thecirele - lady friends in which he moves. -ame Sthe other boader in the piee have put Ia excellent time in j~lbl the young man, In all conceivable methods but yesterday t was carried a stp ton tar, and the young mn masarted hI rihtt in the mpremises a ar forcible thas elegant maner, and the re salt was that he dmunstretad hime I. Drrh S ttus~. mom isl irs oes-oI s ý from the scrimmage without a scratch, while his opponent exhibited a pair of "nu4ms agates." and numerous bruises a: a relic of h thl enc.ul.tir. and it is safe ir ray that the little fellow will I," leftalonte in the future. 110ll; INDllAN TitCElIll.E. \u 1"Pr..sen Ihldi.u thu of .Anytisi n f of It ring I.-Lerdlav and to-day thi etr"..ts haii. i | -.n full of all kinds ol runrs r-gar hing an Indian outbreak: resulting in the Itess or saeeral lives, at the Cheyenne aogencnry. oni l.anie Dee,. ill this county. and in following the matter up a reporter ralhl.. upn Col. Swaine commandant at Fort Keogh, this fore noon. and received from him the followi ing details of what. according to tht latest information received. was nothing more than a slight altercation: Some time since one of the Cheyennm Indian soldiers at Fort Keogh deserteul and went up to Lame Deer. An ordea was sent to Capt. Sweet, commanding at Camp Merritt (the agency- to arresi the deserter.and return him to the post On Saturday last the order was ex ecuted. and as the Indian resisted, forc was used to take L.iur into custody During the accompli.hnt.nt of the act there was some disturbance, in th course of which the white sergeant wa knocked down by an Indian. Captain Sweet at once quieted things down, and in his latest dispatch to Col. Swaine stated that he did not fear any serious trouble. On: Monday evening an offlce and sixteen imen left Keogh to bring the plisoner in. and this is the substance of the whole transaction, as far as known at headquarters. Knowing the Indian character so well ant fearing that some difficulties might arise. Col. Swaine has placed his com mand under order. to be ready for field esri ice at any moment. and the troops at Fort Custer have beelc similarly in structed. This afternoon the estabhshment of a courier line beltween the railroad and agency was 'miininenced. and it is the intention to perfect every arrange inont for speedy action should the emer gency require it. I)triCt (C.urt at (lendiv*. Court at (;l,.ldive ended yesterday. Two important cases were tried, one a criminal case in which the piincipal of the public school was charged with as. I sault for intlicting corporal punishmet upon a pupil. The case originated upon the advice of the county attorney that no teacher has a right to impose corpor Sal punishment upon a pupil under the laws of Montana. The court held and instructed the jury that under the law the teacher stands in Inco porentis and can indflict reasonable corporal punish ment. The jury after being out about ten minutes returned a verdict of not guilty. There was a great deal of inter eat taken by the people of Glendive in the case and the verdict gives universal satisfaction. The defense of the teach er was conducted by Strevell & Porter. The civil case of Newell & Co. vs.Peck & Co. and Gleason as sheriff was tried and decided in favor of Newell & Co. The (amount involved was quite a large sum in the shape of notes and book accounts. 5urveyils Costract. Col. George Scheetz has been awarded a government contract to run the lines on the Flathead Indian reservation in the western portion of the State,and left on this afternoon's train, accompanied by Charley Sexton and Ben Iverson. The work will take up several weeks, and the party expeets to return home in the latter prt of July. As mmmdsseo wmess. "Why didn't you con when I rang?'" i a Te~as lady to her servant. Matl da Snowbal. "Because I didn't hek de bell." lBsreafter when you doa't Ler the ball ya must earoe sad tell me seot" Ye s"--Tease tftin. SThat Tossme semses, er sasd agus, sad its euges. leUm e miatsm, besmdeslesosee the esemash, fly., i sad bv*els, peeodu br mimals eir d wei, as beak .ulsassdmdasemtsd tb he us s et sesterls's .smek MMU ers, a pezss gs.ale a·ll. missed by esises, sad msmeatmaistlwseaed sas esmed Gr theabew l sersseds, ae welu mar h , hs be -p medishbe e the ae. A Ishlea elr *selsa, si s afitdL mr.s wmag .t aelnimi, see- m os. pe b iewr sablesomelselet diseases. Thsr -s beamer,. sI il smndled be the seesaitmes. wish. be bsmaybaketsr heagsmsadsa dewtls h wi& resehii as weE abir, peevidee Iwith - sed-absepeww whisk enabesi It swttath d dise dsea, sSt sell st a l ta gs, ba hest el saks,. as whiskb seht sad £ seseiatsd dutms -e emeess. The Dimse me a ~sea weE a amshinuhh seal ast d haee wiilp - shea -nee does quinIe, I whisk ge s bassele mae .sshoI s. .'chsiiacte"" v:in'l .rei..riýl residences in I th, nerth,."-te+; n I ,,j ti,:. of th,, .-its. and Swere, sen at both! fro,. ar;t rear thwirs. jilii Saiitet itt- it 'ion way ialled to thet. alil he took there into cuto.ly. Thley lwb' th.e .CU'' to, hint that they ' .vere khoki,ng for the prielt. while at places whe.,, .i,.,,ied, werei fo. rtI at hor, t one of then offeredl tot [ll a patent Slamp c'himneay cleaner. Whe.n r.aarched ' at the jail they were found to I)' well supfplied with keys of all lscriptions. awhich woutl tit titelllit ikany commonl S'ldor'. TI 'i were 1., ked Eup until this I nmorrnint e-nrll n n, n it, iestliatiton by the polite,. PROPOSALS FOI MILITARY , Supplies. OfliceofChief Quartermaster, I eartmnent of akota. St. Paul. Minn., June 1st. 1W1. SEALED PROPO 'ALS. In triplicate. will be received at this ofice. or at the following named sposts. and at Helena. Montana. until 1I o'clock a. mi.. ron July i. a1l.d and opened then. for furnishing and delivery of such OATS, BRAN. HAY and r STRAW.as may be required during the fiscal year commencing July 1. 1893. at St. Paul. Fort Snelling. Minn.; Forts t Buford. Pembina and Yates. N. D.; SForts Meade. and Sully, S. D.; Helena - and Forts Assinniboine. Custer. Keogh, Missoula, Camps Poplar River and Mer ritt. Mont.: and Fort Yellowstone. Wyo Blank forms of proposals, with full in t structions to bidders. will be furnished on application to this offlice or to the quartermasters at the various points named.- -JOHN V. FUREY. Quarter master. C. S. Army. Chief Quartermas 1 ter. W.ANTrJI Salesmen. to sell our choice and hardy nursery stock. Many special varieties to offer both in fruits and orna mentals. and controlled only by us. We pay commission or salary. give exclusive territory and pay weekly. Write us at once and secure choice of territory. MAY BROTHERS. * ltrser:yme:: Ri,ahester, N. Y. Eyesight SAvED. "My boy had I4earlet Fe ..r when 4 years old. leavi him very weak anhe . h blood l-i. _Seet a Ie eaekr. HJo ' ""o ":o" ae t .e 7e-t e ".,- Pis . F f!.MILLARD. + . Tin. r and P ps Set a ld Repaired.,. Plumbing and Fitting for city water S R ,air hing eyDone. Bicycle Re-: CifShop Clreedm ''o r Armory. 411': hch MAIon STredET. l MILES CITY. "I·c. If not hiq very life." AannI F. BIA, t. MAX. 2888 Wathiangon St.. Boston. Mla.r. HO00's PILLS ate the best kft dlaner Pub!=. W. F. MILLARD, t ---WORKER IN ITin, Copper and . Sheet Iron. t Pumps Set and Repaired. U Plumbing and Fitting for city water Supply. General Repairing Done. Bicycle Re pairs a specialty. Shop in Creedmouor Armory. MAIN STREETT MILES CITY. 1 607. 1 890 The library of American Literature, Compiled and Edited by uEdie larai r1f ud Ells Uale Hatchisan. Alone contains more carefully chen, ably edited. and artistically arranged I Adventures. Correspondence, HumorousArticles. Theology, Aneedotes Criticim. Narratives. Travels, adalh Dramas, %oted Saying.s Wan. BIgr~P h e.s. Orations, Witchcraft., and Character etchesFct Poems, Woadea, HtMria, Politics than were ever before gathered within the ame apes or onersd in one coietles. The Stdma.-nutcLimes Library at Ameriatm Literature is Iadispmasmbl t buo'y prm. who.. time baled; to ehldre whan tab e an to ie t.aled; - them who use booleaar .str aimtatd lauret." . and to all who n toh kow anytbhig t bbook ad sathe or who wish to improve their m a. seription and pos*haa,Idd a. W. O MBa Cit. eole Ag.st I.r W..e Frederic I. Irsdler AýM lll "iN ma, a.., • _ . . in .,. am ms u___v J. B. COLLINS, Loal l.m8tate ncaad Co®lleoctio.ns. Ge1.neral .&g.zet. Offtic: St.~ckgrou,.,-. Bank Block. RB,om, No.. . (C',rrEt',sondeince solicts. Elr-entor- ýal. f.,r Real Iuneate. I+.,. :;tluittt.', ,, ' lrp .,S ." it, the Li,'i iet C(ou. . ,,.-. r t ', y. '..i,,mt,I:. by which will th tll-lt'r nl .lll. ii ."x-.'cut,,r If the 'aid ('harl . Kn'.wlt..,t. i, a:ithriz"'l t,, .ll all real estate b.lt, u t in, E t,. -aidl deet',tel. and tlnL i in i.heliene'+ tl tlr er t.'tu.,,raild will.ore tlhe 7 'ly of .Jul}. I"t1r. at ti. m. .f the Hail da at the fr.ont dccr .f t|,h ('lcrt HlnrO. in ilea P'it). I will .-11 at public auction. for cLa to thIe hlithl'et bidhl.'r. thn f.,llowinl I'lte in Mllh ('ity with tie, buihling and in r vrrmonts ther.on,. viz: SLt- furtl'n 'II.. lifltt'n (P1i. and slixtes i A1. of hl.lck thirty r:.l ,,f Mile f( ity. and lolt o.l I I'. ktw '. un.tet.t (1,M. and twenal (30), in block forty'-five 4,) ,f Milts ('its'. T,'rmsn.f ale. cach, t,, be paid us-.p .,* . rtatio of sale h) tlhe District ouIrt. Tia . O tice is give.n in compliance' with the said will. (iw aOE KioW LTyOt, Executor of tbhe last will and testameat of C'harles Knowlton. ldeceased. STREVELL . PEaTER. Attotn.ys for Executor. DR. E. F. TOWNSENM, Oculist aid General P'astihtlus, -OF BILLIS... MONT Iwill be at the Macqueen, Miles City. on Wednesday, Jan 14dl for consultation on Eye diseases, Adjustment of Glasses, etc., from 8 a. m. until 5 Ip. m. MILLER & ROSE. TAIORWM, Are now ready to do all kinds 'of work in their line iSuits Made to Ordr,. CLEANING and REPAIRING neatly 'done. iiShop opposite W\right's drug store, up stairs Ntite ' tI. ('rmleiors. Etat." ,f Th,,ma .\. IDavie. dee,-aal. Noti ae i, h r,. by ,i -, hi t hi t ltR EdNALign d admitnitrattr of tl',- •.tate. of ThI.tnl A. lavh.r dt.e'.J.u , tu. the. crtIit.r' .f. and all pe I.,no Iiwcci e- u'l',,:.e t pl' aid deeased. Itl.-'chl;ltt hlhe. wiitl, t e,a" n '.ar 'nvolchbers, w ithi, fur nt ft. r Ieth the fit,, st publiscaio ,rf this n..tic,-. t.. thl. -.ti'i d a tEtii trator at Sd Sfil.' m !,in .*r1,'t iT.". t'i,, tht.an.. Sahints tilhe plaCe for tlI.' tran.aeti,,n .'f the bus.lIness said estate. in the 'ounty ,,f (wtuer. WILLth M t 'olRTEN. Adminiutrat.,r ol tie- ,+'tat. itf Thomas A. Davis. deceasld. Dated June lu0h. lr(ti. Strevell A Prter. att.rwny)s f.r sdriniustraito. First publication. June 1tlh. l.lI.