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tr. Sa. Wits Weather. d ... b. . semb.er sm below mes. 5*31 i.1OVAL 33*We. Maimau tempem stare. s. Mimum temeratere.4 Ure tbmperstare U. Pueaipitatioe ia last as beors, 00. B. R. BOYNTON. Observer. WMATHER OUR3CAST Wasaezeroe, Oct. I To observer. Mike City. Montda: Montana-Showers today and tonight slder Tuesday, brisk NW winds. HARRINGTON. Cbief of Weather Buease. MoveThe above forensst is for U oaen frim s a. a.. its date McIntire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. This,beats anything we ever of fered. LADIES' JERSEY-RIBBED UNDERWEAR. IFr Fall and Winter use; Fleece Lined at 662 3 cents Per muwit. The Same in U WDRENS' SIZES.-. At Thu mamne Irioe. Our Beautiful Stock Is now Ready. ?ka;&f Awd THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY. MONTANA LOCAL ITEMS. C, !t Memy of Dlkisam. N. D.. ie b Johanie Zookis comeasd to his room with a bad cold. Lamp's eslebisatd _r besr at 5a. hIad's. GO Leekc ti Iheadsa. Wa.., is a viutor la the olty. L. Caywesoi aweld s the city tem aeithe at $b e ealiagab barber shop. e Am eUaiusm l seperds to the lamiy et W. D. gmli at as rbly hew merates I. the teem t a baby ebp. -t the Joans&'q eastutlemosa. A Ue TeM muWsm. We bwe fis to boase asi bb 98w S r itaw s wearq bed ? ± i smlles .Mhew lb he mMalt anaggB, X. T.ae Wh t - iniytahr "s seheb ``agaghi~rr.ý same that to ha Ues IL eesbt a somety aleap No~velty D~re.d _ P9atterns. Have just opened a Beautiful line of Novelty Dress Goods. There are no two alike. Come in soon g' they won't last long. Take a look at our Show Window. Capes, Boas, Muffs and Childrens' Setts. CORRECT Styles in Ladin' and Childrens' Cloaks. New JET TRIMMINGS Just Opened. B. Waddingham. republican nominee for the state legislature is down from Porsyth. During the hot weather impurities in the blood may seriously annoy you. Ex pel them by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier. Elsewhere in this issue Capt. Stock wells muse sings the praises of the -cross country" ride embalming in verse some of the incidents of last weeks meeting that will long be treasured and retold by the jolly crew of gentlemen sports- I men who met here from all parts ot the compas and whose exertions added so mech to the pleasure of the meeting. Whoa hby was dek, we sae ber Canada ws. tea was a (Mlk. » criaed for curahr. when dae beams Mie, she clung to 00100r11 Wien 1 s0 eialeae SWee bea abs, Mrs Jacob Ernest was last evening in a demented state of mind, parading the city searching for her two buys, who in turn were looking for her. The cause of this recent break of insanity is some what a surprise as she has for nearly four years now, since her release from the asylum been a rational, hard work ing woman. It l to be boped the attack will only be temporary and that she may soon recover. Girl Wasted. Either kitchen girl or nurse. Apply to Mrs. Doherty, corner of Tenth and Pleasant street. C Last night Electrician Bates notified all the patreas of the Light company that the lights would be cut of at 9 obclook becuse the compasy had been unable to procure coal enough to run them later. The hitch seems to be somewhere in the contracts of last year, which are claimed to be an force by J. B. Calnins, receiver of the Water A Elec tric Light company. but which the coal eomspay maeitains was terminated by the `appoltment of a receiver, be not havibg bees a party to the contract. Coal for tonight, however, has been secured and the system will be in work ing order tonight. .43... All persons who have been awarded prises at the recent county fair will re ceive ehaekrsmm the committee as soon as the list can be made up; and all per soes who have bills for seraices or ma terials at the fair must present the same to Mr. McIntire at once, as the com mittee will close their work at the ear hest possible day. J. W. SBasV s.L. Chairman of Committee. If you cannot get a spectacle to It you any place, try Stein. s sal St.se*. The hearing of Heary Thompona siagged with killiag Ole half beesaak 4 0 ValW n &W . idme bieb h ad Midleton " LIght for the detfnss. A aumber df witaesases were examined, sad the evwlase all weat to show that the hamissie was Iuws b.s but tha the oar aight be disposed dt ia the di.4set a senei. 11e ball of the prusnesr was .lad at SIA, which was readily aered, hill Jesdsa and Hugh Mesan being the Swartsa. oe naier at thin paper wm be pisemi to Le.r that ieses salad ae Sd&4ai di mas that soused be mig pelhsaen hew a tth mesaIl beatulens'. a baeh being a amela. wad il m1ee.s pisi q a a a atee a I n 1 . fta s r e W owqe m a r amd tame at .shams as sensed i th i~e ing dad - n Imuthe~ * theg i emib l r. q. m i. us m.ear as dl mu' m asaess e hee w e - a a Wa ee mgsdm a 5 gagl W To ne Operaslag 01. to. General Manager Holdredge, of the Burlington road has been interviewed at Uncoin, Neb., by a correspondent of the St. Paul Pioneer Praes. He said: "We now expect to commence operating trains about the middle of October. The tracklayers have resahed the Northern Pacific tracks, and the proper connec tion will soon be completed. The report that the Northern Pacificwas not will. ing we should crosm and connect with its tracks is without foundation. A suit able traffic arrangement has been made. and we expect to be delivering and re ceiving passengers and freight in a very short time. It has not yet -been deter mined just where the transfer of passen gers will be made. To wake a suitable and quick connection it may be neces eary to make the transfer at some point west of Billings. "In reference tp the report that our line would be extended on to a coanec tion with the Great Northern at Great Falls. I may my that we have no plans for any additional lines. As to the dis tance by this new hne from Chicago and vicinity to the coast, it will be about the same as the northern lines, but to the Pacific northwest from all points east of Denver and south of Sioux City the dis tance will be greatly shortened. We will then have a direct line of our own out of St. Louis and Kansas City, and are confident the lumber and building material in the northwest will thus find an opening. and that there will be an advantageous interchange of traffic in that direction. We anticipate much stock business. and. as everyone knows, this will make a new and direct line to the national park." Mps.IMe. Cges.. S. H. Clifford. New Cassel, Wis.. was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism his stomach wasdisordered. his liver was affected to as alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cared him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg Ill., had a running more on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Buckles's Arnica Salve, and his lag is sound and well. John Speaker. Cataw be. O, had ive large fire sores on his leg, doctors said he was incurable. One bottle of Electric Bitters and one box of Bucklen.p Arnie Salve cured him en tirely. Said at John Wright's drig store. e me's sea.. John F. do Cadts departed this morn lug with the Bew and Arrow hipmeat for Chaago, free which }es he wWi go to Brockville. Oct., his old home. The objet of of Jack" visit is pretty ener ally understood, bet for the few who slag yet b te dark, we will briedy state, be gees to be married. Jack wil return with Msa de Carl in about three eskse snd cawl the middle of oext me ser will eucopy the behes at Jedg lbers. The Jomauue. wies a ads triper Jack sad his bathe hes M ad a most s..aeM . hom a. eft Rts..a The prim will p- rememabwer st I ass wV st f a-W tlhib *ith l t ryite in stb yad Xht1lrig At IN5 w a 5fde p. m. WImS = an lteamis ad awry sessagee to sad bhemn W pst of the city Psi !y emais. Night mile ams part s astesded s. Leave aesieug at fla th d iti Mvstda - * J.I 3.&P a.s. Sebeel Iess. The following pupils were neither ab sent or tardy during the estire tan months of school last year: Herbert Steadman and Flora Brown of the high school; William Bateman. Don Camp bell and Lizzie Hinds of the grammar; Bertha Hinds, Fannie Savage and Er nest Sorenson of the intermediate; Edna Farnum Lorenso Merrill and Carlton Warner of' the second primeary; Harry Arnold and Abner Miller of the primary. Mr. 1H. B. Steadman spent Thursday morning visiting the high school. The M. S. T. R. C.. will meet Satur day night at the residence of :Professer Charles. Miss Edith Morrison has enteredithe ninth grade. The eleventh grade are at work on their first orations. The first prize in the county fair went to Miss Nellie Haynes. ises Alice Jones of the grammar grade took the drawing prize. We are sorry to my that the fair caused many absent marks to go down on the register. The subject for debate for Friday, in the High School Literary Society is on the Helena Anaconda capital fight and from the talk going on we may judge that the debate will be hotly contested. Henry Beaver sad Willie Powers of the second primary have dropped from school. Up to date but me pepil in the inter mediate department has been tardy this year. WAasE' MoIwrRaz, Correspondent. Wasse. A dining room girl. Apply to * Fal K Muamay. Poliesael Aaasssmseats. I do hereby ansounce myself as an in dependent candidate for the oice of county assessor of Custer county at the ensuing election. * A. B. Snow. September. 'Nisety-Fear. Air- larebiasg Thro OeOrgia." Twe s ia epebrs a byer Msoth, We a tltrned no at liles: We traveled up hma dese et part. And earns i various stiles. aut whe.a we .at tssbsher. y ses was hall Whes we were satheed in Miles City. csomms. Harrah t hurrah! Ift is iestla lob me; KnreedI hebarb I we've bad aiej ase , Ad we wemst hesk home essia, Ithick we 1l all asse. WeeN bhus lssýw'bts veeaetha. Tsiattls mw -as ths mob. 'Ad Nsscr es the 4h6 let we've bees n b leea ten megsh To heas had sesgh stheat. PFr seepehdaev iss the wees For assstssees tatt Wh sen sue sasses is Mise City. Ariams. At the reese horee bwlse rase, 1s poor em adiger alase 1 showed Whee Beaste sate ed In lMoes ow. Is the emap hems sgeehebess Tr .s hmalsh mad. the p es; ,eewees bin as sweams beass !thne was a lDaseh se. lir at *0 A lmar ameesa up. Aud, sesawmy ther m Whsa we w- s an Maes ite.. chem, meehAmaRs Sssesthbmg met to esp. e res pso him Ms d ben Wesewshales eh war; at U es ear !esses a md The 1ah. thap oseM sat am theaday homeweeusa aprss alp nsep. ws I s __raaa_, __ orasýým 1ý .assagne Chicae Markets. Reported for the YaLLOweTONa JoUy* SAL daily by Roseobaum Bros. & Co. Union Stock yards Chicago: CHICAGO, Oct . 3AML POLNDe. PRICE. IS Boles, steers .... .1116 13 15 105 West ranches steers 1227 3 50 100 Oardwell, steers... 1297 3 35 195 Lovell, steere...... 1290 3 60 Receipts 8,000 westerns. Market demoralized-fifteen lower. tlfght [rave Been Both. First Ii. ar r-What a.ls Dnmbsck's app-: te: If. has hardly .aten enough for two day,. to keep hint alive. tecond .,..t; -It's Iloe or policy I don t know %t hich. He's courting the landlady'* daugtber.-Chicago Tribune. A wnart tittle boy calls himself com pens . . 1 e 1 R . d to often. Killions for Defenee. Against the inroads of that subtle, lurking foe to human health. malaria, had been expended uselessly when Rostetter's Stomach Bitters ap peared upon the scene and demonstrated it. p*wer as a preventive and curative of tie dreaded seourea. When the "gold f lraged is 8line California, malaria was soutemper amens with it at the "diggings." and wmeaht dreadiul Phaven among the miners. Then a d subsequently on the Isthmus of Panama, and whenever In the tropics malarial disease is most virulent, the Bitters becosss a recogalsed safeguard. For the effeets of exposure and ta tigue. mzasma-ndlsound air and water. sea sick nessand all disorders of the stemach, liver and bowels, the Bitters afords prompt relief. In valids of all sorts will find it fully adeqi ate to their needa. I Can't Sleep I am an tired ot--ay maay people new. This means thatts wsrvo.es wailed I petIfy and visteas the d. sad than sUpy serve streogth. Tabe It aesw. Immber Be sure togotsgedrs Cres and only Hood's. A Need's PIS cure a3 Ures Ian 1Wl sses. (OSeial Pablleatou. I PatMito for Uquor Llamase. To the Ho.. City Clueri (illes Cite, Meeat. I. the undersigesd, hereby pe ylou ro hoa orahle body to great m e a rota-ifl IIuor license. to do Wales as a rslUu mthr an ainR slare.ta asid ity. on lot 14, Dated this the day of s hevejt (gised) .m . We. the Mad . resident sreed ".t oh reseetl and ars aed a residieto Bald city and pram to~es as Jobin N CY uswo Bd. AmasfidW. I Firet pubieation OKt3 1811. I UessbeFble se1QP~bule..ý Noa .z ~ ts0 p fona mm.,r ~~~~In* Ui oa 0 Lb maoil qvolh1Wsl Y J. I. cOwls. IELea.l mutates live Stock Cemmissim. Ofce:-Bryan Block, Room No. L Correspondence soliched. Has the following property lidalO A comfortable four room dw summer kitchen attached, let price, $450. A nest four room dweling, rear, desirable lucatio 50 fea price $1,100. A commodius six room cellent cellar, artesian well es stable and hen bhove, smeall rejetable garden attached, a ptabU samn; price. $1;000. *9 bric*m. k dw lhah cmotbbroomen soup"stern e deliicghtful location, fityLq A neat one and one-halfb Ing house of four rooms, posure; price o400. A large two stry frame benm, northern and wmisr brick stablee ln rear, t est walking di toae tm ram st uA n be A fine two story dwellIng sj rooo ms southern and wader, with large commodies dtM66 ff o nt, ceatraly ledstaw Ac attractive Pleasant etreet one and one-half sores, ground. southern ezpeowe; ge A comfortable live reom housee southern ezpinre. feet; pe-e$60 A five room trame ln h front feet, conveeient t a k northern and western eqpe ease $000. ., A large number at other chaens mies cheap and on matldacmyg Parties desiring good city w W an investment, wheae same 1 rents over 12 per ceot can s invested, can b. . Ftrs eless Maie inte Amagid% suitable for business press6 a s 7. terms to suit purchaser. I have for sale a teed of somce 50 soare, ase hU mber that eas he Wt$mper acre. Haveale tract of some as wýýlm ir diteh, that I bol st I pHavin a om let ' l*~ Cis em.ed ytohad or ri sass. City collec~iesa pa. m. O -* Room 2 tBr*rowere Ba 3 ..de andsmi 0. Ibs myt de u sinr a. . 6m-