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are now in order. We offer the choicest one of the season to-day. Half Wool Challies, 36 inches wide, in choice patterns, usual price 40c yard. We close them out at 22c, which is toe per yard less than we paid ror them. You can well afford to buy this Challic at 22c and pack it away until next summer. Our French Matteens are not moving fast enongh to suit us, so we make another cut; this time it is 2oC yard for 4oc goods. Si pwr 3ir I fur Frcecl $.tti11 js I carcsl th~e~rnatom house. (Iutiev. }e~t we ratse~rmake" t ic ireat Ineriilce r than , r. r oe~. r ti angtlhrr ý. "tle n. See our (enter table for the best .is- rtment of ladies and Chil drcn'. .hi e. all marked iluo in to $.foo 0per pair. TIhe ( hai(r, n no ,-t 'enon in, flttetd (fut fo(r ha d ;,)i 1he,( mark1' };r, It e m k a ,a 1 I : ngric tut >runi t THE DAIL4 .I0I'RNAIL MI1.I.E /ITY,'.OT.NS .ifiUkN.AL. lSi- .Tiilt IEPORT. ete Tmnl. Wind Weiblr. Iltit h pit 1'4. -oNE : lr louari n'4ILt Li' 0L MILt\, Mat rpm 'm tni. r.1,rw Iha Maxiln1t wia tnl*-ID riltI r.". '2.1 Miuirnun t-i .rtur.-. R4. Nsaa, 1eing3ratuare.-. Precipitation in last 24 tau rs. 0.401 It. H. HoYNTON. OI6nrv-r. WEA.THER FORE .ST. WA HNINT\Orls. Aur. 12. To obherver. Milesl ity. Montana: r IiItan Fair and warmer. HARRINGTON. Chief of Weather Bureau. Nors-The abo~ve forecast is for :16 hours from G a. ra.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. L. C. Ceelen is in from the C dot ranch. Limp's celebrated lager beer at Bul lard's. * Johnnle Zook came in from Birney last night. J. L. DeHart of Livingston is in the city again. C. W. Seldel registered in the city to day from San Francisco. J. D. Hamilton and F. Donovan are registered at the Macqueen. Johnnie Stafford, the Tongue river granger, came in last evening. James Davidson came down from his Pumpkin creek ranch last night. T. F. Durbin. the Cheyenne cattle man, arrived on last night's train. Miss Minnie Conroy is down trout BHoeman visiting friends in the city. D. R. Evans 'ot Forsyth was an arri val by the passenger train this morn ing. James Sharp came in from Minneap olis this morning and will remain some days. N. S. Johnson of Minneapolis was among the strangers men on the streets to-day. Pierre Wihaux. the rattle boagnate. arrived froen Mingusville on the ltama'mi' ger trains this mourning. "I 'm al nervuus" laettr.- taking Hosa l'uarsampwrilla liii ma. we'll" of ter taking lIaalstarsaparilla. Mural *ile sure to get Ilood'a. ('..1. ('ampbell. T. T. 1). Andrews. Sauel Neutringhadl. (liver Neidring haus and iol. It. T. Flourney all went nuit this teiorning. Premature baldness may teiJ prevented tld the hair ead e to grow en heads iil ready baul: by the use of Ilall's Vegetu ble Sicilian hair renewer. M . 1:. Jiddleton went up to Forsyth on the flyer this morning, having a civil case inl the justice court at that place. lie will rethun tonight or in the morn ing. **Fatty" Hamilton has been appointed mnspector Of Montana cattle at the Sioux City yards, and is in town to-day com pleting arrangements for his immediate departure for that place. .lyer's Hair Vigoris cleanly.agreeable. beneticial and safe. It is the most ele gant and the nmst economical of toilet preparations. By its use ladies can pro duce an abundant growth of hair, caus ing it to become natural in color. lustre and texture. Eph K. IDavis, the Hathaway rancher, came down this morning, and takes great delight in exhibiting his hard and brawny hands as an evidence of his ability to make as good a granger as he didl a jailer. Like a ship without a rudder is a man or a woman without health and the nec essary strength to perform the ordinary duties of life. When the appetite fails. when debility. and a disordered condi tion of stomach. liver. kidney. and bow els assail you. take .1yers Sarsaparilla. * The district court was in session an hour or so this morning, attending to a little probate business. and then ad journed until Monday morning. when the trial jury will he in attetnelceee. and the criminal cases will be comemenced. ( attle Market. ". I.. \loere cetl.' the following as the latest teo rts from lie- ('hieeaeo tattle market: \eua-t 71 IºIk ht, -teers. 1I It to 127:e. S-let tie fer to;.:l ito . elarlie- -Triii . ai I Iee i iern. '" cee-,-. \~t c0 i. he rebl ýiltlv 1tha1 aail iing e n --, ,iee that Ihe l I-i iie abtielin e l e -ee-e. 1 :ialjfue and will not be her m~itt, She-rill. (Iharles Siuth this morning receic-d it letter froete I eorge Walters. at L.ame iheer agency. in wlic-ti it was stated that a verb extensive timber tie was raging in the . Wolf e,'ueentaeiie. between the agegnct and Tongue ri er. The extent ceclel net be ase-rtaiec-l. but the smoke was so thick acrete the store as to be tui te ,Iisagre-e alle. Itekarkn's An."m "slraue. The best salve in the world for cuts bruises. sores. ulcers. salt rheum. fever sores. totter. chapped hands. chilblains corns and skin eruptions. andl psitively cures piled or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give lerfeet satisfaction or mnne) refunded. Price :.N' per boi Foe sale by John Wright. Rev. .1. F. Pritchard will have service and celebrate the holy communion at Fort Keogh to-morrow morning at 10 mlchock and take the I1!:.ai train to tUlen dive, where he will hold evening ser vice. After thus giving each of his missions station a service in August. he will take the rest of the month as a va cation. leaving on a stock train from Fallon to Chicago. where his sister re sides. Notlce or Ialsneuidoe. Notice is hereby given. that the firm of Peavey e Co., have this day dissolved by mutual consent. James S. Hopkins retiring from same. The business wW be carried on by 0. L. Peavey and W. E. Deyo, under the firm name of Peavey & Co., who will assume all liabilities and collect all accounts of old firm. Forsyth. Mont.. Aug. 1. 18tt3. J.'M BsS. HopeINs, 0. L. PI.Avry. W. E. Daro. * N mene. IMs akloue. Itobert Torrence, proprietor of a Main street saloon, was arrested this morn ing upon a complaint sworn out by the chief of police. charging him with per mitting women to frequent his place of business. Mr. Torrence was arraigned in the police court this morning. but as the offense was comuotted last night. the case was inmtponed until 7 o clock this evening in order that Nightwatch manJohnson, who gave the information. may be in attendance. .sk Wsar riurttd. Who have taken Itiasl'a Sarasparilla what they think of it. and the replies will be gamitive in its favor tne has been cured of midigestiou and dyspepsia, snother finds it indisieunsable for sick headache. others relsort remarkable cures of mstrmfula. salt rheum and other bklsal 'hseases. still others waill tell .inu Ihat it otei sutes. that Lired feeloug. snid sin' ii i'rul. the tbet adihrmtsuig hh mli tIsl's ralssalartlla re0vrite ism the hearth ,-tidrsenmemt of the atmum% of hriends mm his. son bt its llt t 'tneil dunal anorstt ltstata Mirl.u*. Under the atltvtt tcaption the Helena Herald very truthfully says: "George Eachhor'r. the suveessful Y, llowstone ranchmnn. whote stlI-ndid vegetables had the epproval of li."iona consumers a year ago. is in town to arrange for mar keting here a portion of his surplus crop of the present seastnns growth. The Eichhorn farmn is near Miles City and is noted for its proiductivenrss. Commenc ing soon after A.ugust '1), tomatoes fully ripened, will he in readiness for ship ment. followed by sutuner squashes. sweet corn. cutunalars. etc. The ranch has a tine field ,of melons, which will commence to ripen the last of the month and early in September shipments of this product will begin. The Eichhorn watermelons are of good size and sup erior flavor, and there is no question but they will sell well. Helena orders ought to be large and continuous throughout the season." Hard Lines of a 'uihtrman. Charles Stevens. who with the aid of numerous hooks and lines, makes life miserable for the nimble catfish who in habit the Yellowstone, was himself on the anxious seat this morning in the police court, and now repines in jail. Charles came to town yesterday morn ing, and after disposing of his load of fish, took on a cargo of beer, requiring until 8 o'clock last night to complete the job. He started f-.r home. and fell asleep on Palmer street. Complaint was made to the officers, and in arrest ing him Chief Jackson found a heavy task imposed upon himself, Stevens fought like a tiger. and the chief is to-day hobbling around on a cane. with a sprained ankle, as the result of his hard work in landing him in jail. This morn ing Stevens was tined e-5 and costs. be inc cottmmitted in default of payment. The iLast Convert. Many resulents of Miles City who have griatly enjoyed the concerts given l, the Twentyrsetound infantry hand in this t-ity will regret that the last of the series s ill be given at- the court house totmtrrow Sunday, tettveiting. at which the following will b"' the _. l ~ri t r o " sol,.-i 1t t S t ....t- -t-ll iictkt.d in t, -lradlt t -f tii t - . A. Ir~awl %"lection-I~ lit B lut Mlillocker "Black HuIIar i. Favtajio fl BHequ.-rt...... . 1ar hail "Sitting Bull" , March" 5. 4I.orns from, M,-rsiaha . Hu'talas, H Iatll.luju" " HT H.-4, ".- i ,. t nn "ly th, ":a .. .. chui -rt . Ine~rica .. .. .. . ..... . Filer i'reaching tomorrow ISunday- even ing at 4 t'clock in the Methodist church by Rev. Daniel Cole tcolored, of St. Paul. He also preaches in the morning at Fort Keogh. Won by Waiting. 'Possibly yotu remember me." It was a bright sunshiny day. and tlw large dry qg'ls store in which our story nls us w 's trowied. A mild manserel |ill plea-,:A:t faced lady in the prime of womanhaid had male her way thr. ugh the throng, and stnoid facing the -ale lady at the notion counter, a womnE, grown old in the service of her employ era, and who now looked searchingly into the face of the viAitor as the words quoted above were spoken. "Madam." she said hesitatingly as a faint gleam of recognition came into her face, 'I certainly have seen you before, taut for tCe moment Icannot place you." -Don't you remember," said her ques tioner gently. "one morning severe years ago a young girl came in here and bought two dosen pinhooks, for which she gave you 50 cents?" Then it was that the saleslady knew her. "Madam," she said as she reached under the counter for a small envelope "I remember you very well now, al though the years have altered you." and she passed out the envelope. *Here. madam. is your change."-Hsrper's lo sar. Aimast Aaybedy Can as This. A young woman who is altogether in dependent, but who has the very small income of X000 a year, suddenly resolved last fall to go abroad for the first time. She engaged a second class pasage on a fast steamer and paid p85, besidee $5 to the steward, for a large room and most excellent fare. Her companions on the vessel were few and very agreeable peo. . gentle folks like herself. She went ly to Torquay. where she found board for 0 a week and wheme she spent the winter, going up to London toward spring and making a fortnight's trip to Paris with a little Frenchwoman. The latter excursion cost herexactly SS. She arrived home in the middle of May, not having overdrawn her income. delighted with her eight months in Europe and de termined to do the whole thing over ugsa.-Philadelphia Press. DaPRICE'S e- i su Mue C.rm of T rtar Stwdwr No m V Own «gi in Millions of Howie -so4 Y O&s the Sltandag4, FALL MEETING. Of the Ouster County Horse Fair and Sales Associ. ation. $700.00 IN PURSES. The P-r"grasuu. For th.e Itaee at Mile. ( ity, to Pw Held WeldntI day and Tiha i r.day. %jptman.wr It and 7. Reference has already been made in this paper to the September races. and as the program has been prepared, it is given below in full. As will be seen it will tnclude four steeple chases and two hurdle races, and is in fact an old coun try affair. Everything on the cards is intended to be run for all it is worth, and the sport will be as fine as ever seen in this state. Following are the events for each day: FIRST DAY-SEPTEMBER 0TH. 1. The Miles City Steeple-chase of $100. for branded, range bred horses, about one and one-half miles, weights 100 pounds. 2. The Custer County Steeple-chase of 8,0. for branded. grams fed. saddle horses that have been regularly used on the range to within one week of races, about one and one-half miles. weights 10t pounds. 3. Bicycle race of W40. one-half mile dash. 4. One-half mile Handicap. repeat. O0. .. The (irand International open hurdle race, mile and one-half, over six hurdles, weights 100 pounds. ýEto~n DAY--.ElrrannB. 7TH. 1. Montana Handicap Steeple-chase if '50. about one and one-half miles. weights from 140 to 15$ pounds. ). Six hundred yard $25i Bicycle race. :. Merchants Hurdle race of $)0. for branded. grass fed. saddle horses that have been regularly used on the range to within 'ne wee-k of races. weights 14(1 pounds. 1. Quarter mile Cow Pony race. C:01. 5. 1 tntlemens rro'd race. $25 purse. ). t - s, ' i.tiof Stakes.a Mtepl'--chatie it r.1. for horses that have I-een beaten rluring the meeting. weights 101. .J-pp Ryan. handicapper: J. 1. Collins. secretary: Alex. Prenatt. Starter. Stew arils lepp Ryan. It. M. Moran. C. W. Allerton. W. Lindsay. An entrance fee of ten per cent. will be charged. A Lightatag Caleulator. The actu:.ts that have appeared i: the daily yr. - 41 the cxtra'rdinarv r: formances of the Ficuch calcub : Jaques lnandi. are in no way exag;: ated. li fact. it would he 1if lctlt exaggerate this man's extraordin~ar, powers. He seems to y.. -ess an enlito ited faculty of carrying and manipulat Ing fignurs in hi. head. and the fatm;. is the more extraordinary in that inac. ts an uneetncatedl man, who is said V.. to have k-ari I to write until he was ; or '0 years of age. I witnessed the ex hibitiom of his powers at the Hotel Vie torna fi'. t.oncluding tour de force conili- t!" working of a series of sums in .d idtiun. subtraction, multipli cation. .livi-:on and square root. The' addition comprised six lines of five fig area, the snhtraction two lines of about 18 figures. and an on. and of the two square root'. civen him to find, one was the root of a number beginning with 10.0taJ10. The whole mass of figures having been read out to hima. Inandi repeated them from muew. ry. and then proceeded to work themo out, which he did correctly is about Rix minutes. Whilesoengagsd be answered questions put to him by persons in tth room. HA mutters figures rapidly in an undertone while calculat tag, which Reems to bear out the theory that his mental process is based upon a memory of the sound of the figures rath er than a mental picture of their shapes. -London Truth. PROPOSALS FOR MILITARY pplies.--OfceofChiefQuartermaster, Deatet of Dakota. SL. Paul. Minn., A 1st, 1U1N-8L4AL3 PROPO A in triplicate, wig be received at this once. or at the following named posts, and at Helesn. Montana. until U o'clock a. m.. on September 1. 18R1. and opened then, for furnishing and delivery such CORN asay be required during the fscal year June 3D, MiN, at Forts .ssinnlboine ster Keo. and Camp Merritt, Mont.; Fort Bauord. Pembina, and Yates. North Dakota: Forts Meade. and Sully. South Dakota; Fort Snelling. Minn.: and Fort Yellow stone. Wyo. Blank forms of proposals. with full instructions to bidders. will be turnished on appilcation to this ofce. or to the quartermasters at the various pits named. JOHN V. FUREY. rmaster. U. S. Army. Chief Quatr termaster. 8Ikeyle I'iends, .ttent1n.e. Purchaser wanted for a Victor Wheel -Pneumratirr or Victor Arch tire. Nota second hand whel. but fresh front the factorr of the 0-erman WheeI Co. nmoded of 1tt93. Will be uolfi cheap for cash. Apply at this office. DEPOT QUA RTERM ASTERS Office. Washington. 1). C...July 11. 1x93. SEALED PROIPOSALS. in triplicate. will lue received at this office until 12 i s-I-k nons.iun Tuesday. August 15th. 1b: . for the erection of a Superintend It ' lIssgs. of brick. at theCuster Battle field. Montana. Natii. ai Cemetery. in accordance with plans and specifications to be m-en or had at this officeand at the offices of Major J. M. Marshall. Quarter master. Helena. Montana: the Post Quartermaster. Fort Custer. Montana. and Major J. V. Furey. Chief Quarter. master. Saint Paul. Minnesota. 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 "Proposals for Super intendent's ILoge.' antd addressed to GEORGE H. WEEKS. Lt. Col. and Deputy Quartermaster General. U.S. A., Depot Quartermaster. Nature Demandis a Tuaic. We ought never to forget. eren thue of us who powse vigorous health, that we are wear ing out- that the vital clock work, we to steak. must eventually run down. This. of course. we cannot prevent. because it is iin the ordinary course of nature, but we may retard the ts, sps-dly arrival of h-cay by the uwr uf an invig .rrant which takes rank of evt-ry othi-r tnamel-, Houtrottcr , Stomach Bitters. Thi" ceuturv has not wit e-s srd a parallel in succuse to this fa mous medicine. which not only sustains health by promoting virsir, but overcomes constipa. tion. dyspepsia. chills and tever. nervousness. rheumatism ant ruther disrrdered condirtions of the system fosterc-l by weakness and an ii isrverished contlition ruf the tritru.. The fi-chIc, srcofhis conv-alscing aft-c exihautini ticrat.. and thu agcer. dr-rivye isilsit.- to-au-lit trrum thu 'is- ur this ur-piufrl and -t"icitust trusin. My Wife and I KD fli e that an ounce of ee I '~ 1"Worth a ra ...I o "re. We h. d t:.li rducelr, a 1:I lo ~!firediiw uid iry appes Marig Guide ' yna.S Th~ae Next Numbe, bpera~IIyu Gont TALES F~ROM TOWN Topics SUB BYa ALA. MEN AND WOMEN. DELICATE, DAINTY, WITTY. INTENSE. Uaau yNpW.M. saw Amasd ok e Iras 331 a Lsk~~i.~@W IaEIU. SAi ýb' eapeaiaos do lbbac tOWN TOPICU, ai N~`ý" i i Wad d Streak. N. Y Ck Mo.sUFFE.r, r T innr1 1't LAAwd -p" MILES CITY Iron and Pump Works. L Pspm J. B. COLLIES, P.eal mutate Live Stock Commissis. Office: St.sckgrowers Bank Block PRon No. C ( orrespondence solicited. Has the following property listed: A comfortable four room dwelli ngwith summer kitchen attached. lot .Tx151; price. $4Z50. A neat four roonm dwelling. stable in rear. desirable l'xcation. .10 feet front; price tl1.1EO. A comniodius six room dwelling. ex cellent cellar. artesian well on premises, stable and hen house. small fruits and vegetable garden attached. a prime bar. gain; price. il.i10. A neat one and tmne-half story dwell* ing house of four rooms. southern ex posure; price S400. A tine two story dwelling house. six rooms. southern and western exposure, with large commodius stable in resr, fifty feet front. centrally located: price 81.1110. An attractive Pleasant street dwelling one and one-half stories. fifty feet of ground. southern exposure: price UIM A large two story frame dwelling house. northern and w.-sern exposure. brick stables in rear. tift- Irontfeet. esy walking distance from Mai: street; price 8,00. A snug brick dwelling; house. four comfortable rooms. southei n exposure, delightful location. fifty front feet; price 8850. A comfortable five roos, dwelling house. southern exposure. t.fty front feet: price 8@00. A Live ruoul frame dwelling house. titty front feet. convenient to 1ain street, northern and western exposure: price A large iuiiber of other choice dwell ings and building lots in the cit. and in the different additions to the city. for sale cheap and on satisfactory terms. Parties desiring ag.sd city property as an investment. wheie same is paying in rents over 12 per cent on the amount invested, can be acconimmilated. First class Main street lots for sale, suitable for business purlttres. and on terms to suit purchaser. I have for sale a tract ,r land cum priarq some 0l acres. near the city. fullp wihere 1. that can I.. purchased at .5Jo per acre. Have als a choice tralt of some '4 acres. Mlug under th libth. that I htll at E,2i'io per acre. llIlO a IIIn petc I lb k task" of all at 1, pertx. n-t up l. tate. I shall I..'ph, III'- b :t .n:. interested 10in p et ;ane" Full inf.ernation "us: ".n all pr is-rtil-s. ('lear title given t". rol rte offered b- nme. Ia tha ,f shliep ani I horses for sa. fits I,.j .ItiIns pltmptlº at .IT. 3EB. COt . z 'etalB, 10..." .' >tetnkgr.,wet' llank Blaock. W. F. MILLARD. -WORKER IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron. Pumps Set aid hpuiui. Plumbing and Fitting for city wate Su~ppy r neal Rwing Done. Bicycle Re.a pair spe a t Shop mn Creedmoor Armory. MAIN STREET. - MILES CITY. DR. E F. TOWISEN. eulist ui Cuesultlig us i P a -OF BILLINGS. MOST. will be at the Macqueen4Miles City. on Weuiusda, Jul12ai25 from I to 6 p. m. for consultatios ._n Eye diseases. Adjustment of Glasses. etc.. W.F. SCHMALILE, a., - - S a T* 1W Jens " 'a VAL e ý.am as.~.r...~ fi. 65mIlamn~b ?