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Last Call on
to cents per yard, your choice,
includes Ginghams, Satteens.
Lawns, Crepons. Pampas Cloths.
In same aitc and at same price
we add to pieces I)Duiblk Fhl
Cashmere; rvgular pricce 2; crtnts.,
at 10 cents per yard.
THE IJAI1,\ .Io()lRNAI
MILKE (ITi,. MONTANA.
.JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT.
rte Tern im Weather.
sohb R a10. . NW. t'lr-urý
;alst ,.,~U..a .0 .. .'alm "a m
DAILY L('oAt MlEA.M*.
Maximum temperature. 0
Minimum temperature. ti).
Mean temperature. 74.
Precipitation in last z. hour. 0.0t
H. R. HOYNTON.
WA naNOTON, July :31.
To observer. Miles City. Montana:
Chief of Weather Bureau.
Nora -The above forecast is for a hours
ros I a. m. its data
Hoa. J. IR McKay is in town.
Skew Johnson came home yesterday
Lamp's oelebrated lager beer at Bul
Willlat Pardon at Powder river came
iacn s asajr.
E. S.· Beker and child came down
foa Poength yesterday.
Pay biscuit--what are they? Ask
Oes, Kinl a Wodsitski. *
P. Coentryman, jr, and R. W. Tanner
are down from 8tillwater.
J. J. Thompson t Basebud was no
ticed on the streets this morning.
You can buy a trunk or valise at your
own prie tfrom Case, King a Weds
I. L' Neidriaghaus, of the Home
SLead and Cattle company, has returned
Sto the city.
iE. HIdeis. repressting George D.
Barnard a Co. of St. Louis, isregistered
in the city.
Se. the lot of sboes we near at $1.50
pserpair. They are great values. Case,
King A Wodaltaki. e
H. P. Batchelor returned from the
east this morning, and was most heartily
welcomed by many frlknds.
5 to * ladies shoe for 4t.~12 to 0.'i)
ladies shoes for St.7.
" C.B. Towamu a Co.
t; irge .Applegarth is in from his
sheep ranch after supplies, and will
probtably return this evening.
The( wonderful cures of thousands of
people they tell the story of the merit
of HtIal's rarsaparilla. lHsl's cures.
Workmen this morning commenced
the placing of the old postoffice build
ing in condition for D)arnall. (;ibb & Co.
Frank HI. Benjamin. of Lee. on the
Rosebud. is in town this morning, ar
ranging for another trip to the round
('ol. F. M. Malone came in on this
morning's train from Hunter's Hot
springs. Mrs. Malone is still there and
will remain some weeks.
Oliver H. Wallop came home on this
morning's train from North Dakota.
having disposed of his carload of horses.
and contracted another one.
There is no excuse for any man to ap
pear in society with a grizzly heard since
the introduction of Buckingham's Dye.
which colors a natural brown or black. *
Contractor Beck reports the comple
tion of the artesian well at the reform
school site. He had to sink WI0 feet.
and now has an abundance of flowing
County Attorney Loud being other
wise engaged this forenoon. asked Jus
tice (ibb to postpone the Bill Cody
case until 4 o'clock this afternoon, and
his reieluest was granted.
Hlon. Martin Maginnis was an east
bound passenger yesterday. being en
route to Washington to attend the spec
it1 session of congress. He will remain
in Chicago a couple of days.
nlemon snape. fruit biscuit. water
wafers. milk crackers. drulmmers lunch,
orange hlossnim hiscuit, snowflake
crackers. reception grahams. All just
recived at ('a..e, King . Wolzitzkie's. *
. iad% wilh I.vo children going to
I-nliglanlid in :lepl.til, er. wishes a con
panion to help with tthe children. either
to New York or Englawl. Apply or ad
dllress Z. this ~ltie'-. stuing ten.se. etc. *
W. l. ' icthey has dlisposed of his
houi h(,ll ,Is itvli .lrs. ('athey has
'oin- -ast , a visit tof san weeks.
'hen she retturl she gill proceed to
the Le Sieur ru,,h. tihich will be her
Iluring the dg la. seas,m. the drain
of nervous and ital e(nlrgy may lbe
(cunteracted by the use of .\yers Sarsa
parilla. In Ilurf ilng the bIIal it acts
as a superb corrective and tonic. andt en
ables the systemnl to defy malarial anl
other clihauti-" inltiltuliC-es.
-Mike t illigta ct;.nu iUto t.own atgain
Saturday. anll ini ;t. (ordtl e with his
usual custon, was iin jail before Sunday
morning. To, day he was before Magas
trate Gibb and as the net result was
sent to jail for eight days.
.\1yer ' Agnue ('urte never fails to nleu
tralize the Ipisons of malaria, and eradi
cate them fro,,m the system. This prepa
ration is purely vegetable. contains no
harmful ingredients. and. ift taken ac
cording to directions, is warranted to
cure fever and ague. Try it. *
Prof. Maxson had a very had hand
on him yesterday. resulting from a bite
by a spider or some other insect on Fri
day. The bite was on the little finger
of the left hand. but the arm was swoll
en to the elbow very much. However
the physicians anticipate no danger.
Iaurklca's Aralra .alve.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter. chapped hands. chilblains
corns and skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect matisfaction
or money refunded. Price 5e per box
For sale by John Wright.
The ladies of the Episcopal church
desire through thecolumns of the Jous
AL., to return their sincere thanks to
the Miles City band for its services,
which were so thoroughly acceptable.
on Friday evening, also to Sheriff Haw
kins for his kind treatment and assis
tance in and about the grounds.
Warmn--Sal.sms. to sell our choice
and hardy nursery stock. Many special
varieties to offer both in rilts and orna
meutals, and controlled only by us. We
pay commission or salary, give exclusive
territory and pay weekly. Write us at
once andascure choice of territory.
* Nurserymen, Rochester, N. Y.
The remains of W. . Mellon. late gen
eral manager at the Northern Paciic
railroad, passed through the city last
Saturday night, on a special train, with
a ifty-mile-an-hour order. The train
was heavily draped in mourning, and
made no stop at this plae. not even
whistling or ringing the bhell on the en
Last evening was a magnitksent one.
and the attendance at the court house
park was probably the largest which has
yet been seen at the Keogh band coun
certs. The grounds are in excellent
shape, cool, shady and clean, and with a
high grade o music, people are bound
to be pleased. much more so than when
the entertainments aregiven in the park
by Tongue river.
The Stall (lame.
Yesterday's game at Athletic park he
tween Miles ('ity and Keogh ,'- ýw out a
air-sized crowd. and they we all dis
appointed. Eve.ryboedy expected to see
a good game and an exciting one, but
the home team had its off day, and
played a miieruable game. Babe Smith
tried to hold down the catcher's job. but
could not do it. and had to retire to
Babcock in the second inning. while the
genetal playing was poor. all the way
The Keoghs put up a tirst-class game.
Young and Lieut. Davison as the battery
improving almost every opportunity.
Sanders a left-handed man and a re
cruit. was put into the box in the eighth
and ninth innings, and did very well.
being speedy and delivering a ball which
is hard to judge, but he is not as good a
man as Young. It is probable, however.
that in the next game Sanders will
pitch, while Cunningham, the lengthy
first-base-man, will catch him, the latter
having caught a left-handed pitcher
At the conclusion of the ninth inning
the score stood 19 to 4 in favor of Keogh,
the latter having failed to score in the
first ive innings. Following is the
Keogh.......... 7 1 5 1 0 2 x --i
ll City ..... 0 0 a 0 1 1 2 0 -4
A tisiflrrtary tmplre.
The most interesting and satisfactory
event in connection with the ball game
yesterday was the closing chapter, when
Col. E. Butler. as spokesman for the
donors called Umpire Bruning in front
of the crowd. and with a formidable
looking package in his hand. informerd
the astonished umpire that he had been
delegated to present him with a hand
some gold headed cane. in appreciation
of his worth and services as umpire,
lwelling upon the remarkable fact that
he had ruled upon so many games and
still survived. lie wished the young
man unbounded success and prosperity,
and closed by stating that it was the
universal desire that he would s.on re
turn a full-fledged "M. D.," prepaid to
administer to his hosts of friends and
atier giving him some excellent ad ice,
handed him the emblem of his well
leserved popularity in this community.
Mr. Bruning was utterly taken by sur
prise. and i:s ei overwhelmed that any
reply beyond a simple -Thanks" was im
The cane was purchased from W. P.
\\'aters. and is a beautiful piece of work.
being appropriately engraved with the
words: "Presented to L. C. BIruning,
umpire. by the Miles City Base Ball
club. July 143l." the names of Messrs.
Ialo nc:k. Na.hold. Gordon. lBrown,
Smith. I)unigai,. Weaver. Kerns and
Iolt following the inscription.
In addition to expressing the feelings
of the members of the team. the trophy
certainly echoes the spirits of every lover
of honest sport in this community, all of
w:hom regard Mr. Bruning as fair. impar
tial and honest in all of his deeisions.
In le* Juntice ('anrt.
John Ringleherry, James Cummings
and Darnel Henry. who were arrested
on a charge of petit larceny were ar
raigned before Justice Gibb this morn
ing. and discharged. The only testi
mony to connect any of the three with
the theft of the shoes. was that Henry
had them under the table in the Bon
Ton restaurant, moving them around
with his feet. All three denied any
knowledge of them, and in view of the
fact that Henry was only 16 years old
the court gave him thebenefit o the
doubt. and ordered his dimeharge, while
the others were likewise released, them
being nothing against them.
Elsberry Martin, termerly with the
Gallatin Valley National bank (Nelson
8tory's institution, which went into vol
untary liquidation last week) has been
appointed special examiner for the
Stock Growere bask by Comptrdler
Ecdes, and arrived inla own this oern
ing. He went to the bank at 8 o'cleck
and took charge. He will proceed with
the work as rapidly as podible, and give
his oiciasl report in a few days
asrsewth wad e.tkh.
If you are not feellag stamag and
healthy. try Electric BittIers It "I
Grippe" has left you weak and weary
us Electric Bitters This remedy acts
directly on liver, stomach and kidneys
gently aiding thois orgams to perform
their functions If you are alicted
with sick headache, you will find speedy
and permanent relief by taking Electric
Bitters. One trial will convince you
that this is the remedy you need. Iarge
bottles only .0. at Wright's Drug store.
U aWr Puce Crtau t.fTautar Powdtr --fo A*o4- No Ala.,
UMi iu Millioa of Iome.-4o Yewrs Oth 8taa"
Broken Cohar IBone.
R. G. Davis on Saturday evening
came in from Powder river with Frank
Stevens. an N -N hand. who was in
search of medical assistance. On Fri
day Mr. Stevens. who was with a trail
herd for his company. was thrown from
his horse and had his right collar bone
broken. The injury received proper
treatment. and the patient is around
town with his arm in a sling.
A part) consisting of Percy Thorne
and Harry and Tracy Page.with a team
ster and cook. will leave Fort Keogh in
the morning for Camp Merritt, where
they will be joined by Will Page and
Charles Swaine, after which the young
men will proceed to the Big Horn moun
tains for the purpose of spending two or
three weeks hunting and fishing.
Preparations for John Kosatelak's new
brick were commenced to-day. By tak
ing measurements it was found that the
building occupied by A. D. McA usland
was some three or four inches on Mr.
-ostelak's lot, and the task of moving
it off has been begun.
Mr. Pritchard had quite a large at
tendance at his service in Terry Sunday
evening. The service was held in the
school house. It is proposed to begin a
mission there in connection with the
Episcopal Church. with services on
week days and occasional Sundays.
The Back Number ball game on Sat
urday did not draw a large crowd, and
was not of a particularlybrilliant charac
ter. Light's men had a walk-over, win
ning by a fcore of 31 to 18.
A Little (iirl's Eperteane la a Light
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are keep
ers of the gov. lighthouseat Sand Beach.
Mich. and are blessed with a daughter.
four years old. Last April she was tak
en down with measels, followed with a
dreadful cough and turning into a fev
er. Doctors at home and at Detroit
treated her. but in vain. she grew worse
rapidly. until she was a mere "handfnl
of bones". Then she tried Dr. King's
New Discovery and after the use of two
and a half bottles. was completely
cured. Th-ey say Dr. King's New Dis
s covery is worth its weight in gold. yet
you may get a trial bottle free at John
Wrights I) rug store.
-. t eng Calculator.
T!i that have atpIeared iln
the A.. of t,' ( ::tralrdinary pcr
for;ltl: ce. f the i'c;tuchi calculator
J::: . i..i, . in no way (x:tggcr
at(,, i:: " : 't. it would b. difi'ult t
exag, tltc tis tnIu' txtraurdinalry
po. , F HEl-o'lns to possess at nnlin
ited fic.lty ,f carrying and manipulat
ing fig(,r.': in his head. and the facut...
is the tý a'e , ra;rty try ini that h:'.;,.
's nilo 11,,! . t :t s. wha is ais fal
to liave . a:i;:.. to write until he was i.
or 20 veari of age. I witnessed the ex
hibition of his powers at the Hotel Vic
toria. His concluding tour de force
comprised th~ working of a series of
sars inl addition. subtraction. multipli
cation. divison and square root. The
addition comprised six lines of five fig
ures. the subtraction two lines of about
18 figures. and so on. and of the two.
square roots given him to find, one was
the root of a number beginning with
The whole uias of figures having been
read out to him. Inaudi repeated then,
from memory, and then proceeded to
work them out. which he did corractly
in about six minutes. Whilesoeuga.,-'
be answered questions put to him b,
persons in the room. He mutters figure
rapidly in an undertone while calcnlat
lag, which seems to bear out the theory
that his mental process is based upon a
memory of the sounad of the fgures rath
or than a mental picture of their shape
Mrs. Wafles-Willie, what were yoa
making all that noise in the next room
Wilie--Bessie and I were playing maw
Mrs. Wades-But did I hhear you us
iagsoene very naughty words?
Willie-Ias ym did. She msaid abs
Mrs. Botherall--rm sorry, my dear
Mend, tbo maoifethaLVr do not come to
eharch ~ ~srly sa year a
i. . (claly)-I yhave aw
good sasons for. dwo
Ma. B.-Bw wr*sfs What arn
kInubiag-What ae yea looking -
De .emstt-ro hacks.
dra -Ohi wu-Ch , e ell mnad, snt
a catlagency is likely to cr at em
D Fbsett-It dos'a'S eegn with me
Iai ees;.-Indis.mWgl wsm.
Bicycle Fiends, d.ttesntls.
Purchaser wanted for a Victor Wheel
-Pneumatic or Victor Arch tire. Sota
second hand wheel, but fresh from the
factory of the Overnan Wheel Co.-
model of 1893. Will be sold cheap for
cash. Apply at this office.
Office. Washington. 1). C.. July 11. 180i.
-SEALEI) P )PI'OSA LS. in triplicate.
will 1--' received at this office until 12
o'cl e :noron. on Tuesday. August 15th.
18 . ,or the erection of a Superintend
e.: ". lodlg . of brick. at theCuster Battle
tield. Montana. ":".,,al Cemetery. in
acoordance with ,. .. ..l specifications
to be seen or had at thisol(ice and at the
ofmies of Major J. M. Marshall. Quarter
master, Helena. Montana; the Post
Quartermaster. Fort Custer. Montana,
ant Major J. V. Furey, Chief Quarter
master, Saint Paul. Mlnnesota. Pro
posals will also be entertained for the
construction of the lodge of stone, on
same plans. The Government reserves
the right to reject any or all proposals.
Envelopes containing proposals should
be plainly marked "Proponala for Super
intendent's Lodke," and addressed to
GEORGE H. WEEKS, Lt. Col. and
Deputy Quartermaster General, U. S. A.,
Cdai . at ]weeae.
As surely an any known ffect follows a cause.
just a, surely will disease of the kidneys sae
ceed their inactivity, if that inaction be not
promptly remedied. t.eme to the rescue with
oestetter's Stomach Bitters, which gives a
hoplthful impulas tp the action of both the kid.
neyiand the bladder. without exciting them,
like an unmedlicated stimulant. Rendered ac
tire by this genial diuretic and tonic, they per
form their functions thoroughly and regularly.
removing from the. sy.stem impurities which be.
get rheumatism, dropsy gravel, Bright's di .
ease, diabetes and catarrh of the bladder. The
contraction of either one of these formidable
maladies is the penalty exacted by nature for
indifference to that plain warning-aluggish
action of the kidneys. When this exists, n ta
moment should be lost in the ure of the remedy
indicatedl. Bear in mind that the Bitters will
relie.ve witl equal promptitude disorders of the
stomach, liver, bowels and nervous syste.m, and
cure or prevent malarial complaints.
All ov'r my body and
oflir ao myllmbs liar(.
Lt the spring I ".a. , to
-loem out and ate
e-.:. anough toReep m~e
(\ :.. rv Il.lwel:e'ntkitl na
" .: I:oot s Prorajarilla. and
fly :' ' the sw e\ tg has sub.
c;:ded, t'r si:, M1""' pains
: re q^ .. I * :,re goontap
p :1 tbit'r every
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J. B. COLLINS.
TE eal mEltat.
Lie Stock Commissiu.
Office: Sftrkgrrwers Bank Block
Rlooum No. 2. ('.rreslmondence solicited.
Has the following property listed:
A comfortable four room dwelling with
summer kitchen attached. lot 3xl.10;
A neat four room dwelling. stable In
rear. desirable location. )0 feet front;
A commodius six room dwelling. ex
cellent cellar, artesian well on premises,
stable and hen house, small fruits and
ve'etable garden attached. a prime batr
gain; price. 81,000.
A neat one and one-half story dwell
ing house of four rooms. southern ex.
posure: price $410.
A tine two story dwelling house, six
rooms. southern and weste:n exposure,
with large commodius stable in re.r,
lfr feet front, centrally located: price
An attractive Pleasant street dwelling
one and one-half storis, liflt feet ai
gimand. southern etpo .i' . ice 8000.
A large two story frame dwelling
house. northern and western exposure,
brick stables in rear. fifty front feet. ersy
walking distance from Main street: pries
A snug brick dwelling house. four
comfortable rooms. southern exposure,
delightful location. fifty front feet;
A comfortable live room dwelling
house, southern exposure. fifty front
feet; price 8500.
A five room frame dwelling house. tifty
front feet. convenient to SMain street,
northern and western exppsure: price
A large number of other choice dwell
ings and building lots in the city and in
the different additions to the city. for
sale cheap and on satisfactory terms.
Parties desiring good city property as
an investment. whele samei is paying in
rents over 12 per cent .on the amount
invested, can he accommodated.
First class Main street lots for sale.
suitable for lbusiness purisoes. and on
terms to suit purchaser.
I have for sale a tract ,f lIand com
prising some GiI acres. ,-ar the city,
fullp timbered. that ran he purchased
at Zi.t)i per acre. Have als. a cho ice
tract of e.te n4 nares. lying under th
ditch. that I hold at 82..(~i jer acre.
uHaving a con.plerte -,"hu'k luck" of all
city property. revised up t. date. I shall
LIe pleasedu to have .,, onme interested
call and inspect sane. Vull information
given ,n all prolertwi -v. ('lear title given
to all It.perty otTered y I, e.
.el...: tansle f sheeJ, and horses for
sale. t'ity ..llectioau- promptly at
J. S. COT,.rets anB.
l;t1 tin . Nrkirrowveir !Sank iuck,
IF VU EIT ...in ATlI.U AIl
W. F. MILLRDO,
Tin. Copper and
Fms So as eP.W
Plumbing and Fitting for city war
piJ bIn Doe. Bicydcl a
MAIN STREET, MIL-B PITY.
DR. E F. TOW" SGEl
esigt aid sd ftpulim
will be at the Macqueen, Mies.
wgimis,,a Jd, 12 ads,
from i to 6 p. m. for conultatiow
.n Eye diseases, Adjustment o
sensasemase aut s gaSK
Mag uun taim r .