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N...mmiemwmiur.. r. premma~pi.. h. Iam U bows. it U. 3. IlOYNITIJN. Observe. WLATHKU VOBV.4 AS? Ii ~Wasowusro. Oct.6 IM~l~a~a-Tda.Id t emig tolht I.s.Ie oarir e .UOwa o ulir. Jubiht. Handal HAILRI NtTON1. Soil-thdoe b. feoseaM is f..r M hour, from 6a...lbdame Mclutirs Merc. Co. i The Big Double San. CAR LOAD FURNITURE Received today. In-1 t eludes many articles suitable for Christ-I CAR LOAD I FURNITURE Received today. In-e cludes many articles p suitable for Christ- ' CAR LOAD 7 FURNITURE Received today. In Olde cludes many articles suitable for Christ THE DAILY JOURNAL miv Cart. KO"MIAA. t LOCA ITEMS. cois Hunter is is the city. J. DeWala of Dutt. Is in the city. J. C. Kelly is i. the city hroe Helm.. W. L. Taylorar Ceato.. IIe.. Mis athe LNG% eslekmatsl nBr beer at Del B. C. Nc~ssmel M I. the city he.m xe. York.______ J.3Af. Oit. tite joist rs~ewemtstv * Mbe am~se tite demooerete tibet hr Cler mi~ Dttesm sesatl mew u MI Gleadiwe 2bmmevei Jtsl.ft Yý a M lass dimbe U..1 ate.. t ide awhei I hi bea Mae. t~ dtaý so trpOS. Deinwu .la~a bom waft .wme 219 r e.a 1 - Yom will Alkto z1a Your Friends by your Splendid Appesranoe in one of OUR SUITS. Our seleotions fbr Fall sad Wia0r WAY UP FOR STYLES AND WAY DOWN IN PRICES. Don't Forget that we have one of the best Furnishing Departments in Miles City, and our Prioes are as low the lowest. Splendid values in all kinds of Underware. New Line of Cape opened This Week. -~ ~~~ - - -I Joe Brown came in from Birney this afternoon. Win. Moffat arrived from Chbwok last evening. Judge Milburn departed on last even ing's train for Billings. T. IB. Miller came down from Helena on this morning's train. Electric and artesian bathe at 1ick Golden.@ barber shop. " C. R. Middleton returned this morn ing from Billings. Registry Agent Ireland is at the Goa ernnent sawmill today. .1 Zuckermean is a visitor in the city frenm San Francisco. Cal. AEm. Thornton is again in the city in the interest of Anaconda for the capital. We are pleased that the storm prom ised us by the weather department for yesterday did not arrive. Halt rheum with its intense itching dry. hot skin is cared by Hoodea Sarsap ariela. because it purities the blood. The dance given at the Firemase ball' last evening, though gotten up on very Abort notive proved to he a very enjoy able aSair. Most of the visitors of yesterday who came to the city for the purpose ot naturalisation have departed for their several homes. Wanvsrs -Reliable man. permanent position. Stamp and references. A. T. Morris cars of this paper. " There was 51 aliene made citizens in the district court yesterday. and strange to say this is the enact number natural ibed at Billings 4the fore part of the week. Sereon topiceat the Methodist church tomorreow'will be, at 11 a- m. "Religious politics or political religion. which?" at 72'ID p m. Miles City version of as hi portant teat". whom s bs wee Wik, we mwe her a ommes when abe haem Xoa, tae eer~m tor Olnsho Whmrebeanadea peeiham o I A petition was tiled yesterday with 7 Clerk at Court Zimmerman for the ap. I poletment of a guardian for the minor heir at Dan Boyle recently killed at Moorbead. Mine. t Saekhb. Armees eale.. The best salve to the world for cutse a bruises, mores. ulcers. salt rheum. fever a sunts, totter. chappsd hands. chilblains- e earns. and all skin erptioas. and psl I tively cuawe piles, or so pay required It is grsatasil to give psrm I sdMels. I Nae or messy reeladed. Pies 5 asate a per boa. For shl by Jobs Writ. There will be a meeting at the "Tom Carter" club at the :1eague rooms this I eveslng to which all mambers are re qssted to be passest as busines a im portance will come up. The emse at Middletos & Light vs. T. J. Porter for allegedusprotesiaSal ea d stil the ean of Smith vs. Nevitt is Jesuary lat, was pssreday dlpaged at The aleue euhsse.ting Mr. Nlear sad eeasing the chsuge. I do hsehu eammesee oses as is n dapsedent msinate for the ases at 'eslty sneser n Casier musty at the emasnins elesties. * A. B. Ilew. T s summe oesr lbee i n we I bases and e popur m ued r eelien.-.. A- u> who m sfleet u Iassgmaesi u a se -ees at .ý MAv see is s @age sthu O Slgaei. aloom ae velas m . agaget as amer ametMe-pse lam ' aueghuhS beim aR himb a leasagagags Stwomeettl~eýM da4 1.11" via LOCO Ii 1Mo T. The fAatersey GOsoses C0sasegiso eis Opimisa 3gardiag Cesgaesmes. The opinion ot Coanty Attornsy lnsd concerning the osef nertIfates is Ng astration which was promulgated In the Yi.LLOwaTOIF JOURNAL of Thateday last, caused so much surprise and doubt as to its ocrrectnes. that a copy of the opinion was sent to Attorney General Haskell by the republican central com mittee with request for him to poen up on at and were his opinion to the chair man of that committee. With thisintro ducthon. the appended communication will be understood: MILln CITy. Mont.. Oct. 1). l't4. En YLLLOwC.TafRI JorNAL: - I am just in receipt of a taiegram from Attorney General Haskell in which he concurs in the opinion expressed by County Attorney Loud relative to the use of certitficatee. which opinion is fully set forth in a circular issued by the re publican county central committee. Very Respectfully. J. Ii LoLLsOss', Chauiran. This practically (does away (with the use of certificates in this election. By the change in the old law. the provision that a man could vote on a certificate was stricken out, and now the provision that was supposed to give a voter the privilege of changing his plan at voting. if ions before registration closes, is shown to relateoad to those who cheagp their arteel residesee. Under any oth., er circumstances. there is no authority for one agent to issue a certificate or for another to re-register a voter on a certi fcate. *an awase, Haes The reader of this papea will he pleased to lears that there is at least one dreaded disease ' that seles has been able to cure in all its stages, and that s catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the enly posmtive care known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a cosstitu. tional disease. requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly on the blood and mucus surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation ot the disease. and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It failato cure. Seead oeist oiteetimos Address. F J. CIIENET A CO Toledo, 0. WSold by draggist. 75c. 0 Prof. Charles is a gentleaan who as teems the comfort at shelter and a hed I on these chilly October aights -s thor oughty as the mest man. hat he is also a erthusiMat In the pureuit i game and to this latter trait is cbssgsahle his esperlease of last aight, which la spent with the breed ceaopy of heaves for a qailt and the bare greoad for a mart It pass withet sylag that he mea easy this morasg sad lenad hiusif within a dose's thow ot a ment bespi. table ranch. We dns't m.an to lelse ate that the prel-ssor was Met, hat-.____ w***.**. e..*ems. Elder C. N. Mertin is again Ia Miles City looking atsr the lasteess of the adveetists and will hold a fAw e.esn mostigsga the o*.II headllges Male -teet eppselts Lasses & Amhl' elmhbsr oes, begimele t~s essle at dh 1W ael hear. AD a- levaed to aStead. WaO yar wesk asd sleek s-ph. is skis * migh t g W W ' 1t1. e*K.sc for ake Capltal. A "Hfelena for the Capital" club was formed here last night somewhat unse pected y. .1 eall was published in last i night's .JoURNIAL. requesting all who I were interested in Helena's candidacy I to nmet at the office of Henry Tusler for I consultation. The notice given was short as to the time and many more would have been there had they not made , other engagement but notwithstanding all this the room was crowded with the I leading business men of the town and a very brief discussion led to the organ* I ization of a Helena club. instead of a committee at was originally talked of. The following well-known citizens were present: J. M. Holt, F. W. Stein, H. B. Wiley, F. A. Leek. J. E. Farnum. C. 8. Whitney. N. P. Osgood. W. I). Smith* I Chas. O'Neal. Jesse IHaston. E. H. John son. R. G. Redd. Henry Hilburn. A. M. I Cree. J. J. Bryan. C. A. Wiley, L. W. Stacy. H. R. Phillips, W. B. Jordan. Leo Ursacel. Ed. Camgbeal and 8. Gordon. The following oficers were chosen: J. I M. Holt. president; H. B. Wiley. vice- I president; C. A. Wiley. treasurer; S. Gordon, secretary and Jes Maston. as sistant soaetery. The club was christ. ened the Cygise County Helene for the Capital club. and an e*ecutive com mitte seasisting ct T. J. Bryan, W. D. Smith' Chus. O'Neal. A. M. Cree and Henry Hilbern appoielud. Mems. Stein, Paretu and Oggeod wale ap pointed a committee on membarship and and a meatlug celled for Monday even log at Firemans hea for fuller organ ization at which there will be speaking by local speakers. THE LADI5.5 CLLB. The Ladies' Helena club which was organised a few days ago is nctlvely at work and will on Tuesday afternoon sext at 2 o clock hold a meating at the republican league club on which ocess Ion sewaral Heleas Iadies will te present* It is especially desired that the MuesCity ladies who favor Helena for the capital. will turn out on this occasion in force and give their Helena sisters a cordial reception. Semel weises. Frank Collins and Frank Flannigas visited the school this week. The debate on the HEeiem-Ameseada capital question wse decidedja favor ot Heless.. The teeth grade in Aigbra are work uas in division. Firing the rod has laterfrsed with the learge ell. making it neusemary for scholars to be dismissed by the gong. We have had three fake ire alarms this umoth tar peastice. that the sebol are may be able to go out ln order and wNheet the us~ sstluks. Mis Devis vdoed the asbed Friday. Ama Thomes and loara breasse of the second primary are shest on as conet at sistabss. Teeaher-What is the ant day at the week? wis-Mneaday. Teasher-Why doyeo think ase WUie-Cos We's wa day. 1. 1 T. R. C. wil meet iPaomday evening October IS at Ithpedamese d led. Daemes. 21e0 lA inseauimeat or thes rele h -ns .endemes will :e deiverse .mt Neaday mereslg at "e'elssk. WARREN Moawes6 ** e g oless. Two at ear eeasary vietess with Asa case hadges ea. wre- walMtg dens Mal yesterday in company with meaet mor seisesa, who was wesrlag a*Ee ma' buts .. bhs meaeM sIt whas ma af the ibnessemaebed to bb simpm ias: ftado eb e ed to shatflag' *Amuesse ham . t .e a at am real t ear `Sony a mSt nesear` atr ra m r O ashm:an J . sirtarra 44 tas huma we e avo swesemtea ie Dr. Chas. If. Plummer. deputy state veternarima, who has been in Helena for a couple of days, leaves this morning for hi. home at Boneman. Last night while talking to a reporter at the Gread Cae teal. Dr. Plammer eli that be believed that no state in the union had been adlicted with so many cern of gleanders during the last few yearn as has Mon tans. In Gallatin eesaty alone there has come to the doctor's notice probebly 150 cases of the dread disease during the last twelve or fourteen months. The disease is confined principally to certala settlers of the county. Everything pos elble to exterminate the disease is being done. The glandeed animals are killed as found and mee has been done to rid the eonty ee thr fearful enourge. It will ut several years, fu the doctor thought, before the state or any section where the disease has been prevalent, can be entirely freed from it. for the disease is of such a character that a hores may be sneetsd with it for years before his owner will disoever its true nature.-Indepsedent. tb. Ue.eW b Fesebt. The intedt fad is in laises watch peck. ets. In gold and silver at e .rars's Jeasse esiwas Os M. cas .11,0418se1s. In Mostas a disgraefeal fght is going on. The iatsresbts o the country ar seh-ordiaated to the question of whether the eapital of the state should he re moved to Anaconda or sat. The real question is whether the Asasonds aom pay has the state at Montana in its pocket or not-Salt lahi Tribane. A £ .ech May te derived from as ean vam .e ssd har .feg teasel. ft helms. rn e.s eme' a "e lees" en. ms the sller .ers, the shmisamble qeabes. beestes at oe eiekeess. have amsafr to be stm ea er. Dulest. people sefer, of erms. more Shem the reebast hem this uImeat bet tow me travelers emep. It. Aisla.s the frlghtfal aamee kt peiasses. Reeletters baom ach Uitters is a relnble.detfeaes, and is eso reemed hr tearlies, oemmrasial traseles. rsehtsma:a:d mareas. Aa aisset shin to me .sel.e...s fl sleals les traveles with week etemnebs. This as olsm beseaht an by the jarrin of a "ealway traes. Dhisqal td is the esetrie estma fram this roese Is alwas remedied br the itters. which ase pseeeal. and mes chills sad ever. rhesmatlem, m. teos and kidar "seaMw. esmellpesisa end bluesinn.. -y I~i~gm 1 Ass ramsby bmd N..4 sd mby r..e[ sh b-. 3g.k Be sur to get ILS VESt Imas sw makciag a b dam low-pie COWUOýY GLOVE' Iteis me.. as s~ee o i 3rn itiw ammi. ta.. wt di~t7 istrm mad akrnp* IamiIIm Wmsgie t. lent CeubP Chew am1 -s be IN ab mq. Thq 1 mem burn Wgq . r-4 J. B. COAL, Real teta r. -em-ssma LUn Steel C ý Oaoe:-Bryan imekb e. Beam b Has the tollowing pdeputlgg A coasortable foi rosem sammer kitches athehed, lta A neat four roam dueig pries, delmbl oatam pricea.1w A oammodius si rmsem collet oalr, arteniss wal on stable ad hab hasiek mela ddelghetn heastl. aff A mst one and ne heM an bomss of twart rsees, wpbaasies din ease A Asi two "eeY tistat frost, centialy A. attractive Plmtest e and o haif nPssto A Aesemtabe e e wees rriphsaw, A tivo ream free.. front het, .amveslest ho Northers and wom esr epage A lame uanmber at ethe tiansama be Dy sh camp and on mt4 Parties deýiria - an investmeat, wheme rm is mate over 12 per aet as the invested. n. be saoaaardats. bird les Maio seest let suita"e for beige.as gplpeag terhm to nat pnrchnse. I have for msale a theet aeeesoe 8 eowes, mear f m that iebhe a per sme. Ha aveh a treat mm some aw Sath, that I bald at Havinga asnmpheb ato a. insessale.s tended ta. Roam S lthebgesmse To reduce ay -i*e Impeo and and buaodim. I .a THIRTY DAYS COST. TubsIow giko. Tihq. 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