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M.!nt, ! ire ;hes ('hristmna .
TI'he \ tatitSt .ock of Japlant'se
tare shown at MclIntir 's incluldes
,me ract n\oveltics for Christlmas
ime, and the prices arc within the
'each of all.
Buy $2.50 worth of Christmas
roods at Mclntire's and be pre
Cented with a beautiful water
Open today, the latest styles in
;ents' Neck Wear, at Mclntire's.
Some fine dress patterns, suit
ble for presents, just received at
Silk and Kid Mittens, Silk and
.inen Handkerchiefs, just opened
specially for Holiday trade.
Come to us for anything you
THE DAILY JOURN1AL
MILES CITY, MONTANA.
JOUIRNAL WEAVI. rI REP'OHT.
111 t., \ . .t r
PriItIIAII, I.ILA-. tiEths
M ,xiluiir TlI' t .Inpl'll : r 1l'..
M inntrr~ r r t . : . I..
P'reý"ipal o,,n ih in-t .IL a4 i 1r tI.0
1. t. I OYNTON.
WA sI.xoroiM, Dec. 1
To observer. Miles (Pity, Montana:
Montan :-now flurries followed by
fair in western portion, warmer.
(Chiefof Weather Bureau.
Nor--The above forecast is for N3 hours
from a. m.. its date
LOCAL ITEMS. -
Don't fail to see Dan Sully.
I. Peard arrived in the city from Chi
cago last evening.
Iump's celebrated lager beer at Bul
8. Gunderson at Minneapolis is a visi
tor in the city.
It you want Christmas toys of any
decriptlm tfor your youngsters go to
W. A. Briaso came in from Branden
baeg lmstl .ealg.
Savew ardes for Jes. and Samuel
_ataman's coal at W. P. Waters and W.
A. Arnald and wis sarm down frem
athway5I this maealg.
8am DIIsalas tChIsga anaselal
S0ad.well kboow in this eity alrive
re o# No.i 1 . lt alnht to psy the city
as bualmas visit.
s3msban s Avowes Mave.
'bh bmst alv. the world for oats
-aae ss~s s salt r.hau ,fvar
seem O~g~ hands. obibta
saosoli l s- ait s and pao.itivey
-Ms r a p W required. It I
W -a-My mla s 1 l9ee pr box
Usr hg I tet
Corner Grocery tomorrow night.
Dan Bully's corner grocery at the Fire
mans Opera House tomorrow night.
Reserved seats for the Corner Grocery
now on sale at Savage's drug store.
The most unique and novel mechan.
ical toys for Christmas at Savage's *
Emil Struger will hear of something
to his advantage by applying at this
Don't fail to witness thecorner grocer
by Dan Sully's superb New York Comn
pauy tomorrow night.
'tWhen your heart is bad. and your
head is had, anid ou are bad cleair
through. what is needled'." asked a Sun
day school teacher of her class. "'1
know .\.1erse' sarspalrilla, spooke, up ii
little girl. who se llotoher lihd receuntlyt
,been restuored to health ly that useudi.
Sydney l'aget was one of a party of
I luglish lpeople who, registered at the
Mlrchatntshotel St. Paul. a few days agu,.
The prices of admission for tomorrow
night will be .r1.st for reserved seats and
TJ cents for the gallery.
A large assortment of tine Christmas
candies and crystallizet fruits now on
sale at Savages. *
The county commissioners are still in
session, and are busily engaged with the
regular routine work of their oflice.
Well warmed. brightly lighted, clean
and cozy will be the condition of Fire
man's opera house tomorrow night.
Have you seen the Christmas novelties
at Savage's. *
The sale and "C." tea to be given by
the ladies of the Episcopal church will
be held in the European hotel building.
next to postoffice.
No other remedy is reliable, in cases
of sudden colds, or coughs, or for any
and all derangements of the lungs, as
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. This wonder
ful medicine affords great relief in con
sumption, even in the advanced stages
of that disease.
Hundreds of people write "It it im
possible to describe the good Hood's mar
saparilla has done for me.' It will be
of equal help to you.
The holiday trade of the city has op.
ened in earnest anti the merchants hand
ling a bric-abrac line. report their sales
in that department to be large.
The Ladies Society of the Episcopal
church will hold a sale and "C." tea on
Thursday Dec. 14. The sale of fancy
goods will begin at 3 o'clock and the tea
from 6 o'clock.
Whiskers that are prematurely gray or
faded should he colored to prevent the
cook of age. and Buckingham's Dye ex
cels all others in coloring brown or
black. * *
Sheriff llHawkins alppeared on the
streets this mtorning after two days con
tiuneent to nis itaonl with an ailment
sotmewhat akin to the griple.
('outnty Attorney Sava.ge and Depluty
lulrllnistotul. are busy tat present in pre
paring for publientiuon the delinquent tax
list for this year, which they expect tc
furnish by 3,on.lay next.
Iiari time prices will be made on all
Christmas tgoods at Savage's. *
Reports from all over the range, are to
the effect that cattle are in the best of
condition, and the most serious conten
tion now bothering the minds of stock
men, is the ravages of the wolves and
coyotes on the range cattle.
Mask balf will be given December 22,
at the Merchants hotel. Tickets includ
ing supper $125.
Persons desiring the Anaconda Stand
ard or Helena Independent. may have
them delivered anywhere within the fire
limits each morning for 23c a week. In
quire of Gordon & Smith. *
To Whom it May Comeers.
The undersigned hereby gives notice
that from and after this date, the law
prohibiting prize fighting will bestrlctly
enforced in this county, and any person
participating in such an event, or In any
"glove contest" or in "parring for
points" or any form o glove or rins
fighting, whether as princlpal, second,
backer, trainer, umdre, time keeper or
otherwise will be arrted sad held to
asuwer for a violation of this law.
* 8lber eCrfuster o.
Miles City, Moat, Dec. T, IWL8
D]an elly for One Night.
The eminent legitimate Irish come
dian; Mr. Dan'l Sully, will be seen at
Fireman's hall tomorrow night in Ihe
"Corner Grocery." This is the comedy
in which Mr. Ilanl Sully first found hi
way into the affections of theatre goers
and in spite of the feet that he had
since produced other plays with a full
measure of success in comphane with a
general demand, he has replaced his
vehicle, of his first triumph in his reper
toire. It is said that Mr. Sully has re
written the Corner (;rme:'ry. and that in
so doing he h . vastly enlivened Its
comedy scenes and embeliellishe lthe pla)
with additiional epishales te.miing with
humlan irterest. Mr. Sullvy' creation of
the honeiist old Irishmia. i.arrying like a
Spartan the heart ache. engelndered by a
beliief that his n i,,s i a thf. is t stage
piture m' hihi is destin-d to, endure for
aI , on; as the present ischol of plays is
aicceptal,le to tihe public. Ilis is lno
carieaturre. bltt the fa;ithfuIl portrayal of
loveable hloneust alinl of the Irish people,.
and aus such his subtile skill as an actor
;. made manifest. There is no tendency
in Mr. Sully to drop from the high plane
of naturalness in acting for the sake of
extentlli)ralne us "gags" his mirth, ail
there is an abundance of it. is the pro
dnct of the situations, necessary to the
story, and serves to relieve the character
of any burden of somberness. The con
pany in support of the star is said to be
stronger than ever before, an i several
specialties have been introduced.
For general housework. Apply at
Methodist parsonage. *
Election of Oflhers.
At the regular meeting of Custer
Lodge, I. O. e. F., the folloeting officers
were elected. They will be installed the
first meeting in January:
N. G.-J. B. Hawkins.
V. G.--. Basinski.
Secy.-E. S. Beeman.
Trustee.-F. W. Stein.
Mayor Ryan and wife returned last
night from a flying visit to Kansas
City, Leavenworth and other points
south and east. His honor reports the
"grippe" as prevailing to an alarming
extent in the south, a condition which
materially shortened his visit. While in
St. Paul be took the new medical treat
ment for stomach trouble-laundering
the stomach --as it is called, with very
beneficial results. He brought home
with him a kennel of five blood hounds
to be used in the extermination of
wolves and coyotes on Ryan Bros. Mues
The undersigned has leased the bar
bershop formerly owned by T. H. Deck
ert. and will in the future be pleased to
receive a reasonable share of the public
patronage. The shop has undergone a
thorough renovation and satisfaction is
* JoF. DECKERT.
Louis Payette came down from the
Cheyenne agency on a business visit to
the city. Mr. Payette reports things in
general of a most quiet nature in his lo
cality. but prospects are very flattering
for the fu:ure.
One coal fork between Currier's ferry
and Oxfords coal min-. Coal $2.50 per
ton 10 per cent off if cash acconipanys
the order. Learve the coal fork and
your order for coal at Jackson's fruit
store or O'Neal's meat market.
L. C. CRanxzn,
Subecrptions taken for all kinds of
reading matter at Gordon & Swith's *
Tr Vote Was. a Flsie.
The worthy Sunday school superm
tendent was illustrating the text, "What
soever a man soweth that shall he also
Superintendent-If I want to raise a
crop of turnips, what sort of seed must
Superintendent-If I want to raise a
crop of tomatoes, what kind of seed must
Buperintendept-Vert good. Now, it
t wat to rase a ar of good man
what kind of seed must yoa sow?
Aad an obgrsver whatptatlys repor
edtha the hool an tiot vre was a ti
twp alp seed gait omae seed.
The -.em- of Walls Welle Was..
have elected as "honorary ieslba " the
buems. who perished I h cold soreage
re in Chiago
PP RiC ES
'eaI y rlm : Vuua* of ta t s. - N Au erI~
S1 Milk.. of Homm-c- * ''-.,..+.. th
The French cyales never knew just
what to make of Marshal McMahon's
simplicity and candor. Once while he
was president the council of ministers
were divided on a question in the affirm
ative side of which McMahon himself
felt the deepest interest. When they
came to vote on it, they found thema
selves tied-five voting "aye" and live
,no." "Well, gentlemen." said tihe pres
ident, with a sigh, "I c:,,'fess I am sor
ry, but the motion is l.st."
His five ,iippo, nts exulted in their vie
tor-. Ili. fi -l associat, lhoked respect
fully a toni-a..l, but 4s! i nothing. Aft, i
the nme.tin' oin of tL latter call,, tie
preid,,nt asidi". "'11. 1~ l,r-Mident." L,
whispl, red,. . wr+ "i.i:;az. l at the r+
sult of thaiit vt., but h:eld1 our lp. :; oit
of re rd fr you. iVe had nppIiosed
that you w, ri of thl. sani iltnd with
"S I ani." linw er-,l 3Ia iahou.
"Tien why did y,,i .ot ucsert yOUr
right an 1 ca t the d.Ci -iv( vote-:'"
"Uponl my fath," exclaimni. l thi hot.
est old -oldi,.r, "I -llyvr 'wn" tilougiit ,o
it"-rKate Field's wia-..,ugton.
nt.eu as fillposter.
One story of Booth s trip to the Sand
with Islands remains with me. He had
gone there in 184 in company with hip
comrade, Mr. David C. Anderson, en
route to Australia, and they were toplay
in the Royal Hawaiian theater. They
had lired a native to paste up the bills
announcing the performance. This had
to be done with a preparation named
"poe-poe," made from a vegetable called
"tara-tara." which is a favorite food in
Honolulu, but the poor man was so hun
gry that yielding to temptation he incon
tinently ate up the paste, and to their
surprise no bills appeared. When the
reason was ascertained, they feared to
trust another native, and it was there
fore agreed that as Booth was the young
er he should act as billposter, and it came
to pass that every night after the per
formance Edwin went about the city
with his play bills and bucket of paste
and put up with his own hands the post
ers announcing what the company would
play on the following night. And he as
sured me that he did this honestly and
did not eat any of the pastel-William
Bispham in Century.
Beware of Ointlntset for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely d~stroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
the mucuous surfaces. Such articles
should never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is ten-fold to the
good you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure. manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. con
tains no mercury, and is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the bloodand
mucuous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure that
you get the genuine. It is taken inter
nally. and is made in Toledo. O., by F. J
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
e."Sold by druggists, 75 cents per
I Could rsot Wa!k
and r::s bedfast mo-t of
tile tine because of rhen
Sai:smn. I ate but it.il.
Ul v as re3uc'd to a
s ,(',tan. Aslhood'sSar
s: p:;il!a hend cur.'d my
y I r brother of rhe,;m.ile
troub'rc 1. cll) too: it :ul.
lIav r It.d g ii y ppe.
tite. .sleep well, am
hlavel r :id r..lk l on
AteyvAPlr. a-,svi.lfal worth its
eig~nt In goI'L" I. -.
irauwrT, curryvaile. Pa. toed's Cures
Mgod's Pe teasily yet effectively.
Tottee to Depoliters.
A dividend of 5 per cent. has been declared
b- the treasuryt departnent for the benefit of
te creditors of the rStock Growers National
ank. The same will be payable as soon as the
schedules and checks canm be prepared and re
turned froDm Washington.
E. W Kmlnor, Jr.,
T. J. Newman
Begs to announce that he has just
opened a choice stock of
for Ladies' and Gentle
men's wear, including
Oures e. Ma-e, oUs,
Having purchased direct of the
manufacturers, I can save yot
the jobbers proft.
Us mis. wel asi.
In addition to the above lines i
still carry my specialty of
I also offer to my trade a ecu
thing in the.shape of a ~Ng f
gg for winter wear. A spleadid
substitute for arctics and ..l
shoes. Everybody likes then.
I0a8m m 1amm . atml 4 0 a
MENTAL i STRON '
S. P. SMITH, of Towadhla. PM.,
whose constitution was cotmpltitiv
broken down, is cured by Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. IHe writes:
"For eight years, I was, moot .! the
time, a great sufferer from eonstlpc
tion, kidney trouble, and Indiges.
tion, so that my constitution seer,- I
to be completely broken down. I a n,
induced to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. arI
took nearly seven bottles, with .u,-l
excellent results that my stomac.i,
bowels, and kidneys are in l~rfect con
dition, and, in all their functions, as
regular as clock.work. At the time
I began taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, my
weight was only 129 pounds; I now can
brag of 189 pounds, and was never in so
good health. If you could see me be.
fore and after using, you would want
me for a traveling advertisement.
I believe this preparation of Sarsaparilla
to be the best in the market to-day."
Prepsdby yDr. C. Aer ta., Loiwen,Ma.
Oures othrs,will oure you
*Lovett's Meat Market
t .ý day'.
Porter House Steak .............. 1(c
Sirloin Steak .......................t 1i
Round Steak ........................c
Shoulder Steak ......................
Rib Roast ..................... to 1..
Shoulder Rost ....................5..c
roiling b .ef ...................... ..4
Leg of Mutton .....................o10
Mutton Stew .......................5e
Veal Roat .................. 10 to 12/c
Veal Chops. ..................... 12 c
Veal Stew.....* .....................Ge
Pork Roast and Chop...... ......15c
Front Quarters leef 4c. Hind quarters
Gc, Side of Beef 5c.
Lovett's Meat Market.
Livery, Feed and
L.I R Y STABLE
W. E. CATHEY, Prop.
Light and Heavy turnouts and
Saddle animals by the day week
Fine Teams a Speol~ty.
Hlorses, wagons, buggies and har
ness on hand at all times for
sale at reasonlable figures.
W. F. MILLARD,
Tin. Copper and
"D t ialiS
' º"M = warwar
J. B. COwlS,
Uive Stock Commissir.
Office:-Stockgrowers Bank MtaCi
Room No. 2. Correspondence solicite_
Has the following property listed:
A comfortable four room dwelling with
summner kitchen attached. lot 3.x16i0
A nteat four rm dwelwling. stablie L
rear. desiralle ioc:ation. .d0 feet front
price t1.1 O.
. comnun liu.s six rccnm dwelling, ex
ce'll.nt ceollar art-sc i.al w-ell on, rIrmnises
stable and ben hou,.-. srmall fruits ant
"cgletahle tardie- atlac.-chei. a prime las
ga.in; price. 1.' ,
A neat one a il ,.,n half tgory dwell
ing hous.e of four 'rr,ýon. a ,uthern ex
posure; price 841$,.
A tine two story dwc-lling house. al
roomsn. southern anId w.'te;.fl exfosIure
with large con.i ilius stablje in resi
tifty feet front. centrally located; pric
An attractive Pleasant street dwelling
one and one-half stories. fifty feet a
ground, southern exposure: price W80
A large two story frame dwelling
house. northern and western expostre
brick stables in rear, fifty front feet. earl
valking distance from Main street, prin
A snug brick dwelling I ouse. lou
comfortable rooms. southern exposure
delightful ;location. fifty fr ct , set
A comfortable five room lwellis
house, southern exposure. firtv hroi
feet; price 8500.
A five room frame dwellinghou se,
front feet, convenient to Main elt
nor hern and western exposure: pri..
A large number of other choice dwell
n.gs and building lots in the city and i
the different additions to the city, fa
sale cheap and on satisfactory tin
Parties desiring good city propesrt i
on investment, whers einme is psylagiC
rents oaer 12 per cent on the amusia
investe :, can be accommodated.
First class Main street lots for a s
suitable for business pu-poses. sad a
terms to suit purchaser.
I have for sale a tract of land
prising some 60 acres, near the
ullp fr.:,, r. ·1 that can be pure
at 8..00 per acre. Have also a chels.
tract of a.uce - 1 acres, lying under t.b
ditch. that I hold at 125.00 per acre.
Having a complete "block book" el d
city property, revised up to date. I sal
be pleased to have any one interestel
call and inspect same. Fullinformatihs
given on all properties. Clear title gives
to all prope-ty offered by me.
Select hands of sheep and horses It
sale. City collections promptly at
Room 2 Stockgrowere Bank Blok
W. . DOUCL.
$8 SHOE .aP'.
Ssu w mNt Wh. ad l. nd1
l st la th weeM.
If ye wai;, . m DRESS SHOE, mad. Il MiLb
bste, don't P.6 to $8, 'ry my $3, $3.S50',4.
SSi Tr it opual to custom made and .
war as welt. wish to economize in yourfol
de so by purchasaing W. L Douglas Sihoes. aeaI
tica staomed °n th bottom, loo' for it w y
MEAT - MAHET,
Main St., t. 7th aadUAt.
Choice Montana e .
The.patonae e of the it b
-pc f soic td aed I se&*.