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J. B. COLLINS.
-Rea1l HI 3f&te -aacnd Ceo:leollrto Live Stock Commission. Offtce:-- Stockgrowei Bank Blook Room No. 2, Correspondence solicited. Has the following property listed: :A comfortable four room dwelling with summer kitchen attached, lot3 x150; price, 8450. A neat four room dwelling, stable in rear, desirable location, 10 feet front; price 81,100. A commodius 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. 81,000. A neat one and one-half story dwell ing house of four rooms, southern ex posure; price 8400. A fine two story dwelling house, asi rooms, southern and weste.rn exposure, with large commodius stable in rear, iftyfeet front, centrally located; price An attractive Pleasant street dwelling one and one-half stories, fifty feet of ground, southern exposure; price 8000. A large two story frame dwelling house, northern and western exposure, brick stables in rear, fifty front feet, easy walking distance from Main street; price 8900. A snug brick dwelling house, four comfortable rooms, southern exposure, delightful location. fifty front feet; price 8850. A comfortable five room dwelling house. southern exposure. fifty front feet; price 8B00. " A five room frame lwelling house. lift) front feet, convenient to Main street, northern and western exposure; price 8500. 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, whcoe same is paying in rents over 12 per cent on the amount invested. can be accommodated. First class Main street lots for sale, suitable for ,usiness pp-ipses. and on terms to suit purchaser. I have for salh a tract of land com prising some f(O acres. near the city, full, timbered, that can be purchased at t.,. p1-r acre. Have also a choice tract of some at acres, lying u.i Ir t ditch, that I hold at 8~1.00 per acre. Having a complete "-block book" of all city proIerty. revised up to date. I shall b. pleased to have an-.- one interested call and inspect same. f'ull information given on all properties. Clear title given to all property offered by me. Select bands of sheep and ihrses for sale. City collections promptly at tended to. RT. M. COOz.aa lo, Room 2 Stockgrowers Bank Block. THE D AIL .JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOLURNAL WEATHER REPORT. Itare Tenp. Wind Weather. 2 th * p ..,1 ... 52('alm k'lear. DAILY LOCAL MEANS. Maximum temperature, 73. Minimum tem.peratur,. 51. Mean temperature. 62. Precipitation in hours, last 14 0.00 H. R. BOYNTON, Observer. WEATHER FORECAST. WA sIaOrTOn, Sept. 28. To observer. Miles City, Montana: Motana:. rd slightly cooler in east C h ief o / a NoSX-Thetabove forecast is for 58 hourn roe 6 a. i.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. Leopold Beek came up from Olendive last night. Hair cut 35 cents at Deckert's.. W. W. Beealey and son, Nat. are down from Rosebud. Sam Birdsall came in from Otter creek yesterday afternoon. Lamp's celebrated sager beer at Bul lard's. • John H. Carter came up from Glen dive on last night's train. Shave 15 cents at Deckert's. " Ben Darnall returned to his Rosebud school, taking last night's train. There was no game of football yester. day, owing to the interference of the weather. Charles LeI er Is dowanrom Rosebud, looking after the shipment o some bet cattle from this place. (eorge M. Belsley, who for some time pat has been at Rockefeller. Il, feeding a lot of mutton sheep is in town, and will remain a few days before returning to the east. Mr. T. E. Wiley, 14 Chambars street. New York City, sys that Ayer's sare parll cured him of a dry and scaly hu mor, from which he had suffered intl erably. He adds, "I have out now a blemish on my body, and au ) cre is wholly due to Ayer's sarespealla. W. C. Ward and family have returned from a three weeks' visit to William Chiesman's ranch on the Little Missouri. There will be a meeting of the Church Committee of the Episcopal Church this evening at the rectory at half past eight. Charley Royce has supplied the Joca NAL table with a nice lots of ducks, which he succeeded in killing on Satur day last. Do you read the testimonials publish ed in behalf of Hood's sarsaparilla? They are thoroughly reliable and worthy your confidence. A. M. Cree, while in Chicago recently, took two days at the big fair, and is now willing to make affidavit that it is the greatest show on earth. Burt & Packard's new and popular Fall Styles of Men's Shoes now on dis play. * C. B. TowERS & Co. The storm of Saturday is said to have turned into snow on both sides of us Red Lodge and Mingusville having both been visited by white mantles. Notlee. Any persons knowing themselves in debted to the late firm of Smith & Haynes are requested to call and settle.* Jerome Westfall and bride returned on Saturday evening from the east, and Jerome was the recipient of the heartiest congratulations from hosts of friends. lluckingham's dye for the whiskers does its work thoroughly, coloring a uni form brown or black, which, when dry, will neither wash. rub off nor soil linen.* At Sanders stat.on on Saturday, while assisting in loading cattle, one of the cowboys fell between the cars while the train was moving, and had one of his feet cut etf. He was taken to Forsyth for treatment. H. W. McIntire and wife departed for the east on this morning's train, intend. ing to do the Worlhi's Fair, and then Mr. Mclntire will look after his firm's inter ests to the extent of selecting a choice line of new goods. While loading cattle at Huntley last Saturday. one of the employes of the liurlbut Cattle company fell off the top of a stock car, and broke his collarbone. He was given all the attention possible, and then taken to a physician at Billings. The formula of Hxoodl's sarsaparilla is well known to the medical profession and universally approved. The reputa tion of the firm guarantees excellence and uniformity in the medicine, and the world's experience for nearly half a cen tury has fully demonstrated its value. * The deal mentioned in this paper about ten days ago. in which W. W. Beasley was to close out his Rosebud sheep ranch to a Mr. Jeffries, from Madison county, had about reached the final point, when some legal complications arose that for the present have deferred the consummation of the deal. The rain of the past few days ended in a heavy frost last night, but it drove the clouds away. and this morning the sun came out warm and pleasant. Barr ing a little inconvenience from the mud, the storm has been most beneficial,'and we will now have our customary salu brious fall. Bucklesm' Armies alve. The best salve in the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, totter, chapped hands. chilblains corns and skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satiefaction or money refunded. Price toc per box For sale by John Wright. James Campbell, formerly of this city, but now of Billings, got away with the handsome number of eleven prises for dogs and chickens at the Yellowstone county fair in Billings lest night. They included six on fowls-games, bentams and Wyandottes-and ive on dogs as follows: First prime for Satan as field spaniel, and second a PFairy in the me class; first prise on puppies, same class; first prsle for Salue as Cocker spaniel and second prise for Dia in the Ye causes shppers. The Northern Pacific Railroad Com pany equests that parties inteading to ship cattle will hereafter place their or ders for care at least ten days in advance of shipment. E. H. Joauxox, L. 8. Agent. A mhddlen Ilath. James Smith. a lad 16 years of age died rather unexpectedly on Saturday night in his rruIl over the I >nton sa. loon. The boy arrv-.ed here from Cah fornia soume three or four months ago. and has been herding horses for Hi Astle. until last Wednesday. when he was compelled to quit and account of i gathering in his head.under the left ear. He was. however. able to be about town, having been on the street luring Satur day afternoon. but in the night he- sud denly became worse. and died in a short time. Some of his friends took the matter in hand. and his remains were buried in the Miles City cemetery yesterday after. noon. Frank O'Neil was seen this afternoon busily engaged in explaining to Skew Johnson why the price of wool is not what he expected it would be under a free trade administration. Frank has got more theories on this subject than most sheepmen have got hay. but the trouble is, with all of them, that they need time to work out, and meanwhile the poor sheepman is doing busiuess by the advice and consent of the sheriff. and trying to believe that there is a sil ver lining to the cloud that now over shadows him. Any sheepman desiring a temporary bracing up should write to Frank. On Saturday evening Superintendent Dorsey had his private car burned near Huntley. and it was almost totally de stroyed. The car had recently been fit ted up at Billings. and put in shape for winter, including the preparation of the tire in the stove. Mr. Dorsey lighted the fire and he and Skew Johnson went to supper. Suddenly they heard the loco motive on a catt!e train giving the fire signal. and discovered that it was in the superintendent's car. It was taken to the water tank, and the flames mere ex tinguished at once, but riot until every thing about the car had been ruined. in cluding Skew's grip and mackintosh. On Sunday night's train from the east Messrs. W. S. Snell and A. M3. Cree re turned from a business trip to Chicago and St. Paul. Thesegentlemen have ar ranged to feed a big lot of mutton sheep at St. Paul during the winter, and will be in corntion to run a carload or two of prime mutton whenever the Chicago market demands and the price warrants it. Just now there is such a general un loading of sheep on the market that the prices are terribly battered down, but this will not last forever, and then the parties who have choice. well-fattened sheep can about fix their own price. $100 Reward 100. The reader of this paper will be pleas ed to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages. and that is catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure is the is the only positive cure known to the medical profession. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a consti tutional treatment. Hall's CatarrhCure is taken internally, acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundas tion of the disease, and giving the pa. tient strength by building up the consti tution and assisting nature in its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fads to cure. Send for testimonials. J. F. CHEz.y & Co., Toledo, Ohio. V'Sold by druggists, 75 cents. Amsigaee's Sale. The entire stock oa J. Basinski & Bros. Is now on sae. Goods must besold at once, regardless of cost Terms, strictly cash. HxXaNa OSacaz., * Assignee. l ispel lemes, AtteassAe. Purchaser wanted for a Victor Wheel -Pneumatic or Victor Arch tire. Nota second hand wheel, but fresh tram the factory of the Overman Wheel Co. model o 188 Will be sold cheap for mash. Apply at thls alos. " setee or Dim.lwasm. All concerned take notice that the firm of Oibb Oford is this day dis solved by mutual consent. The acoounts of the said firm will be collected by Thomas Gibb, who has assumed the in debtednse of said firm. Dated Sept. 14, 18td Tnolas Gan, C. W. Oxwoao. .. ORPRICE'S ý6 _ .sly V m a C noi w of Tartar Pgw kr. -NQu 4ur iim um a ; ) AN o fada WIn Yom o(f UIiUIO-40 Tear. tha Mittudu4 tt eortt,,3 hmm-* Child'el. "I left my liicidreu .canding there, exactly there." It was in one of thd storey in Teimule l.arce, and the tmothe. who bad lost her t o little girls pointed with absolute deei:.i .:n to the place where she was cert:.in she hlad told thema to wait for lh r while she went to another counlter to look at a bargain. A small collmmotiotln otf l:qunlry and search at once buzzed thron :h the store. Pre.,utly one of the heal men stepped to the I,,r and looked up and down the struet ito see if the lost children had strayed out of doo,r-. In f: :t ,,. a.:,ther store a few door., up the etr, t a i a.ll1 crowdl was collect. i:g.; a wi, iw litle girls who were ask in-: l,:t-,r y for thtir mother. They .rere still standing in the doorway of the store exactly where' she had left them when she went away down to the other to look rp a bargain. And when she was broni-ht unto her own she "remem bered that she had forgotten" where it was she had left them, and added, "I de clare. I don't see how I came to do such a thing!"-Boston Transcript. No Law AgalsLt Removing a Dead Body I "Where in the world," asked the law yer who volunteered information with out a retaining fee, "did people--esp... cually people in the country-get thwidea that one cannot touch or remove a buds until the coroner has arrived? That i almost a general belief in the country. a:ld there never was a more ridiculous and absurd piece of nonsense than this. I have seen a body lie in everybody's way because the people thereabout thoolght that it was unlawful totouch it. T...; foolish tradition amounts almost t, a super.-tition., nd you may be sure to coront takes the trouble to enlighter stupid iytorlnce upon the subject. The #Jroner is only too willing to aggrandi.: Ai. influence and power, and therefore rather enl..lurages than discournaes t!.is silly s. c- ..t -.ii n."-N-ew York Tribn;.e. 11What It All .ieans. A tariff fr , venue o::y. then, menus to the labor , f Waashigton free ce::t frere wool. f: e ioIps and free lumix-r ,:il this ::,.. the :irrender of o-i: !.tole ltwri;:, t in co,:al and lumber n* Briti-h C.i:tni:lliia. unless we cut down~ et.a.-. to the level of British Columbia Tie,. miner in \Washinuton onljects to Ch;it, -e clthe. labhr, but our exclusio ,f ci:, ,-e , heap labor frolt our mines ill ,,t help: him when bituminous coal :r-e C.lu- fr - utuiler a tariff for reve;nn. only. The l.:',r in the British ('ohlu bia min..es i- tritely Chinese, and. withi the taritf ., ev ntvy-tive cents a ton re Il,vedI ftrtO) or coal. what is to pre rent 13,itt Cel'i:blia ttakingi our ca: ma:ll t. lin"-· .C tct wages to the level of Britishl ct:,'lubia -Seattle Post-in tell iu.tieer 'herifr. gale. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a power of sale contained in a certain chattel mortgage giver by George E. Newman to The Stock Growers National Bank of Miles City, I have taken poe session of all of the property Included in said mortgage. and will sell the same on the 12th day of October, 18S, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the ranch of the said George E. Newman, situate near Hatha way, Montana; said property is more particularly described as follows, to wit: Breeding Ewes. 1. , 3, 4 years old.. 1.874 Lambs............................. 1.076 Wethere, 2 and 3 years old......... 485 Thoroughbred Shorpshire Bucks... 50 High grade Bucks................ 1 About forty head, more or less. of stock horses, branded quarter circle N. JAx.s B. HAwKINS. * Sheriff of Custer County, Montana. Facts for the Travellag Publie, Emigrants, commercial men. tourists mariners and miners relating to the preservation of bealth under conditions unfavorable to it, may be gleaned with profit from the oft published testimony of such persons relating to the pro tective and remedial qualities of Hosttler' Stomach Bitters, a very valuable remedy to those who traverse "the briny deep." or are sub sested to malarial inlanenes or out door eo posure. With as much sertainty as Dr. Koch's elebrated lymph destroys the orsaic microbe. the Blttoe esoatersets unhealthful germ in malaria-tainted air and brackish water. It prevenat sad removes disorders esed b pour and naaesustomed food, and restores trae quility to wora et nerves sad weary brains Rhematism, kiday sad liver complaint, eramps, colic and dyspepasi are amoas the all ments that it subdues. Hood's'Cum meal Uooss mars ulllaand e's re ts. I rhave IIee sim mob A seesd. Aber ebs eais bl.eS.s. awý two b1149t WsesIfl I lued am leae es th MU Yl&& W. F. MILLARD, - W.(RKER IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron. Pumps Set and Repaired. Plumbing and Fitting for city water Supply. General Repai; i,: .one. Bicycle Re. pairs a specia ty. Shop in CreedlmJr Armory. MAIN STREET. - MILES CITY. W.F. SCHMALSLE, REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS -AXD Ce.-e er,.l zro ir.er Ovumo--Nain alteet, Miles (sty. next te Streveel & Porter. W. L DOUCLAS s3 SHOE .oPne So se wsem lthit Wie ls is mae tr a pat smt lM e wsieeM. ~t =tr tr~myS3S,3.5O,4.w o e sson Pmade wanekad ar a a wkto is.o m eemis .n y. feetw. A truly marvelous tale of t-oay. 1 2.000 ritme 2No y.e - IN (REAT SUMMER NUMBER .8 -OF TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS, Kuant Out. In aldiiton to th.l prize story .,f " l.. s there are" . racy hlart stirie.. sketches. pe.ms atil wittieietnm from thle old isune. if Twu Totlcs. that famous and spicy N. w York Journal known wherever Enetlih is read. 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Chass s MILES CITY Iron and Pump Woits. 6 UIMs huut"-io .ASSI6NEE SALE! STATIONERY, BOOKE ART NOVELTIES, BRIO-A-BRAC, LAMPS and CHINAWARE, WATCHE, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE. MUSICAL INxTRUlW ._.TOYS NOTIONS, ETC., J. BASINSKI & BROS.' Must be sold at once, rgardles ofof ý t prices. I am oring the ntire, buoo AT AND BELOW CY T. HERMAN mO -ar