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a Toemp. Wind Weather. 1 t; p .A 78 578W d'load 31 2 .s al.. .21Esim _ ar. dashr '..fir' t number meant, tel,,w zers. DAA0T LU AL. AANMa maahinmu templr$tur.. .1. Minaimuls t4mpnratur.. 31 Mesa temIwrature ii. Precipitation in tart 74 hour,. .1s H. R. ItOYN1)N. Ot aervrr. WKATHER FORECAST W .,a.WuIH T.l, Oct. :11 To otbrver. Milrs 4 ity, Montanas: YMotena F'nit ,warm .r tinial t. Thur" fayi IRINI.TON. I hwfr Weather Bureau. Nons-The abole forecu.t is for M hourn from a. m. itdate McIntire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. Mother's Friend Complete Stock Special Sale on Heavy Outing Flannel 121 Cis. Child s Corset Waists Received to-day. All Slz.s. Drab and White. 3 FOR $1.00 THE NEW HOME SEWING s MACHINE. The Double Store fHE DAILY JOURNAL MILE3 CITY. MONTANA. M. 11 Murphylis in the city. Grant Kircheval is in the city. Mont UrifYin4s in from the range. Geo. A. Wood Dame up from Fallon yesterday. 'amp's celebratec lager beer at fBi I artom. * 4 J. N. Hera ca me tin from Beebe this morning. _____ Oiscar Brackett came up fromn Terry last eveaing. Electrcs and artenaa alaths at Hick Goldessh barbner sbop. * W. J. Lawrence cf St. Psal is a vsio ter Ia the city. The sM fs sens .1 the meason appeared ladsigt _l ___ Ass a emedy r ell feme absead. mAba Umbeuti htUm he. pwowed be he th vesy heat. It ifenta a psemessat emessed the meet dreededhabltusl delk headshss yield be lts Ileaesee. We ese e al who me..astted be pnawue a ?els asd give this rwemedy s tair trial lamedsso hhibitel coesdipatios D1sc. tric Dlters seame by giving the sede~d bees be the boewels, sad few meass leag ueala themse ct this meehlse. Try It e.e. Lane battle.s ttars ***at Jeha Waiglis raggmes 8cme Ne w TIt ag . New Dress Goods, New Kid Gloves, New Beavor 'trimmimg, New Ribbons, New Dress Buttons, New Faciuators. New Underwear, New Art Fringes, New Outing Flannels, New Side Combs, New Baby Hoods, New Back Combs New Baby Knit Sacques, New Handkerchiefs, New Eider-Down Quilts, New Shoes. All of these many NEW THINGS and many more that we haven't mentioned will be sold at thelvery lowest prices. Come in and look through our large stock. No trouble to show goods. J. W. WA.T1O11T. A. Hemphill came in on last night's train from Chicago. Iteno Swaft came in from Ekalaka yesterday afternoon. Leo C. Harmon has returned from an extended business trip east in the inter est of the Stockgrowers bank. The :only way to cure catarrh is to purity the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla purntes the blond, and thus cures the disease. Gallatin county believed to be rehably democratic elects the straight republi can ticket except one member of the legislatIre Walter Cooper who through pereonal popnlarity pulled through with ; plurality on the unofficial count. Heles Csiebrties. The friends of Helena and all who may desire to participate in a celebra tion of the great victory won on Tues day last are invited to meet at the re publican league club tonight to prepare a program aid lix the date of celebration " Ex. ('om Helena Club. Whm Baby was sick. we rave her Camer wrham abs was a Mid, abe itled for CoagaIa. Wham +e beerane X , das etuag to Caseadm Who lde had ChDdma, she gase them a iuiug Iimslaire Tel.hi..e W. . Clarke at tiutti ffijie 4 i,..3 rnarimj 1Mr 1 )a1. how do you feel this lI *p;ý from Am-onda lt r r r r! Slharle" 'i nm ,. for .ierm thiS t an I .s r .ei lus; ..ti * )gml n. Ptah. ase a -dr.O-late .., th, rig utliaran ticket foi mie .-Fate tm t l otit(. m , iiutim inal m"onver. ti .o ini l e t tf- h em mgratiIjate i on r' Celv I. f": lt,, carke tin.-,te gilii to amy can in hat.. my the tnmket The conven ts s. u: :led prep truto~ry t., the asmis . mt if iat, tm the* uanini of states. I : I11 1. la d I'liptment of cattle. tLe fol; asai geontlezuen wail g as far as Choago. Ren. Swift. ('. . Sexton. It. Ii. Wiley. John hlerb ant IBd Stevens. Front Cbicago. Mr. Swift will go to Now faven. ('inn.. -'n a visit. Mr. Set ton and Mr. Steven. go to Missouri on a like visit, and tte balsu.ce 4f the party will spend a few days pleasure seeking in the Wi'ndy *ity 4baent N.,.s. A n Odd Fellows badge !was found on the school grounds. The owner can have it by proving ownership. A small boy. was for some misconduct led by his teacher and introduced as a guest into the room where a relative of his presided who would likely make it interesting for him. The event proved that the visit was not likely to be repeated. Some days later the same lady pre ceded the minister, who was visiting the school to introduce him as a guest The teacher not noticing the gentleman just behind and supposing it to be the small culprit, came the welcome in tones of displeasure. What! Another vii tor! The ninth grads Latin class had the best lesson ever gives. EmEar IMAJNOD, Cen.so.. orpes*ams. sPrr MOS P RUKT MADE. ApuCspepCausmeITTPowder. rM ei Ameania, Atbmer a lspe reassett. 4" Tha TN$AB rilhal H Melens Will Celebrate. The following telegram received today explains itself. HELFjIA. Nov. 8th 1894. ,Illowritone Journal: Please give notice that we will cele brate our victory on Monday night. and invite our friends throughout the state to participate therein. J. P. Woot.man, Chi. Helena Cap. Com. The invitation is hereby extended but as it is wore than likely that Miles City will be engaged in a similar celebration at home on that day, the best we can do ir to tender our acknowledgements and congratulations, which we do. The Galley Slave. That our people are show hung ry is demonstrated by the crowd that is in attendance at every entertain meet that makes a stop with us. The audience that witnessed the Riggs com pany a presentation of the Galley Slave last night was if anything larger than has ever been crowed into the auditor ium of Firemane ball, and it is quite safe to say that abetter pleased audience never left that building. The Riggs company is remarkably good in the sense that it is well balanced and cap able of giving a much evener and more satisfactory performance than nine out of ten of the traveling companies. More over. it is not well balanced mediocrity; the people are all distinctly good and tnoroughly up in their parts. On a larger stage with proper scenic surround. ings, the Galley Slave as given last night would be a gem. The Icempany are billed for tonight in La Belle Marie. a comedy -drama of force and merit and tonmorrow lSaturlay) afternoon (a mati nee performance at popula e prices will be given for the benetit of ladies and school children The matinee prices will tie 14 and ) cents. Here is the - ance of a life toam t. buy geel work mules for a bong. (In Monday Nov. 1. 11i4 I will w'll at pub lic auction at the quarterauasters cornal at Fort KBegh. _7 imules. I cavalry horse. Tone animals are not condemned' but are -old under a recent order alto. posing of all surpins stock. Sale will commen'e at 10 o'clock a. ui., and will be without reserve. CHiAe. Baown. " Auctioneer. Semy From Lump /ear. To make it take a quantity of lump sugar, remembering that your vemdl : preserving kettle is best) must be largt as the sirup boils up at one stage of the process and is apt to run over and catch fire. Pour on the sugar a little wasn, enough to welt to a sirup when hot. Boil and skim till clear, when drop it. for two quarts as much powdered alum as you can pile on a dine. The alum it to prevent the sugar froma granulating. Be rsady to lift the kettle oft the fire quickly. ;L4 the alum causes the sirup to truth up very high. Boil until it be comes of the consistency and the color of strained honey, when add a teaspuon ful of Jamaics ginger, stir thoroughly and set to cooL -ht. Louis Pust-Dis patch. Ciy sernS. The public will pleaas remember that I am runnlng a city hack, making two regular trips to Fort KeNgh at 1:30 ad 5 o'clock p. m. Will make all trals sad carry passugees to and from say part of the city for fifty cents. Night calls sad parties atteaded to. Lave orders at lveridge & Thurmea's Asble. Post partism after sight, .to a trip. * J. H. PFuures. Bers w Ommo. awr or Tt.ano, I Iocs Cuoww. Fsnxs J. Camaur mehes oath that he essierpsrtaernltbe bm tPL.J.ua. Ear & Co., delng beelsees is the City at Telea" tote stad tela dss. sad that selad ba wI pay the - at ON3 BUIIDOD DOLLAM far seeh tad every -ase at Coeseh that emat be eared by the ms at Rase Carmama Cum. F3ANM J. U 3M=. Users 5s smil stbadhed is my pomaa th lfki a t Deshembr, A.D. INN. A.W. GLAbOW Halrtbi sC s CerIs t hem e istersay and sets diresly en the blead ad msn saterunes at the tsptes. bad far estihmel rfee. Adlgg F. J. CHMinu " CI The CrYsiwl Vote. So far in thi, county, as authentically cidedly in favor of Helena. The vote from the precincts already in are: Helena. Anaconda. Mile. City.......... 300 231 Rosebud............ 38 10 rorsyth............. S.: Terry............ . 34 14 Cutler ........... . 12 Blatchford.... Q Govt. awmill...... 16 1 Howard............ 16 4 Beebe.............. 1 4 Sadie.... ........ 11 7 Webb School House 20 H Albright...... . 12 H ills............ . 9 1 Rancher....... :12 12 Hathaway ..... 9 4 Gerland....... 12 Birney. . .... 16 1 Ashland.. ... 11 7 Ekalaka....... :17 24 Hocketts...... 15 7 Hutton ........ 29 1. Baringer...... 6 Pewdervllle ..... 4 Smith's Ranch. 10 n Kimes.............. 13 2 Muddy............ .it 14 Total ............ 813 419 As will be seen by the above., Helena now has a majority of 394 in the county ELECTION RETI"RNs. (ABLAND. Corbett. 5: Hartman, 9; Hunt. 7. Luce. 7: Auld. Condit, 3; Flanagan. 2; Brown. 9; Gordon. ;: Gibb, 1: Hopkans. 8; Haw kins, 4; Jordan. 1; Pepper. 11; Moran, 4: Truscott. 11; Smith. 2; Swerdtiger, 13: Loud. 14: Myers. 1; Sharp. 2; Snell. 2: Zook. 11; Cooley. 13: McKenzie. 2; Scheetz. 9; Sexton. 6: Hach, 7: McNeill. d: Whited. 9. *AaaLAl~aa. Corbett. 4; Hartman. 6: Smith. 3: Hunt. 6; Lnce. N: Reeves. 3: Auld. G: Condit. 9; Flanagun. 3:; Brown. 15 Gor don. 4; Gibb. 2; Hopkins. 8: Ke ey. 3: W addingiamn. 4: klawkins. 15; Jordan. 2: Pepper. 1; Moa.;u. 1: Truscott. 17: Laney. :3; Smith. r; iwerdfger. 7; Loud. 1_; Mere. .;: Sharp. 7; Snell. 2: Snow. 3; Zock. (;: Coole.. 7; McKenzie. 11; Scheetz. 11. Sexton. : Bacd. 4: McNeill. 9. Waard.5; Whited. 14. HI a'.EY. Corbett.$; Hartmnan. :Hlunt.9: Luce. Auld. 9: Condit. 7: Brown. 10; Gordon.10: Hopkins,:': Waddinghanu. 9: Halakine. 11; Jordan. 1. Pepper. 5. Currier. 1; Moran. 5; Truscott. 10; Laney. 1: Smith, H; Swerdfiger. 8; Loud. 9: Myers. 8; Snell. 3; Zook. 14: Cooley, 5; McKenzie) 12; Scheetz. 9; Sexton. S: Bach. 8; Mc Neill. 9; Whited. 10. rner Jig asi.e. She was standing on her front step. on Hastings street telling two or three womun bow it happened. She waved a broom about her heet er.t st.'. "I was in the back blxvroom up ptair-, making un the 14vI. My husband wa, down in the Litz IW. heating a sticking plaster for i,. ,.,,re heti. Our dog was sitting on '.heitsatutde right out there Suddenly I hears a rumble on the cob blestones. and I takes it for a funeral procession 1nd( goes ahead and turno over the mattress on the bed. Then I haers the children whooping, but I thought they had a goat. Thean comes a squeak, and a howl, and a bang. and I runs to the window to -e the dog wag on driving of and my dog goe. " "And ye a screamed?" queried one of the women "I did. I acreamed out and seised the club I've been keeping for the dog man. As I rushed down stair my husband reubd up, and we collided and rolled down into the kitekm and under the ra is an be called me asmes, and I thmpsd him. and bore I could get eut the dog mam was oens and with Mm the blamedest dog that Dsait wil ewer knew. "-Deessot Free Pses. one dt he m t igaque speeime di the enstilm ide as rn aeeseenmdse aM a na dImr p a s bead lay made low ia hen: ma wbis qa theutie he hmagdbasem a sh adilng msts b* Mm that Ms atul iatmit o " pap oh anMeian" That tg des. -Wh war in in d-et Ie was same d- tmas bast see: wide the dnalsi dhal wags a hr aids. isea uiiest !em asa bus bk he w aot an "wite a pm 28: "WHI pan be s wIM Wdit roar ran W aa Sthhe as i imf hem an a lMs bsid her ra wanteqs, a adof t t 1s. "e3 v.o iMs ym oi MM aMs W W O eysoeL hi re weemen Umon ass asw PUS.a b , seeM -m te at r m she -ees pas the ' a tats her i snah m .ad ameseed in tie..er, 'We M -Imi e rho w net a dM~s.~M~a *saing. There was a fubtie something in the air which proclh.'ttl the young and :i'hv t vas the t"urnid f :bcxtingwhich wa. borne upon the lire.-ze, from the di rection of the lcadi:n, t.. "Paisa'v!" A frown gathered upon the fair brow oft tho girl "ho t:t :ipp l cr c inr~i coffee in a home of luxury, and she petulantly threw a.i :e tho paper she had teen reeding. "Pshaw! The idea" In her displeasure she seemed indiffer elt r" the ft s which we".t~i, *..l 1 In tr tibte at her feet. -"o having my name spelled ow' way in tht drevs description and another in the list of wounded. " The error, tjrvial perhaps, did much to ru': ti u:. mury of tb.; uiiutg bout of the Fr.ntn*r Darcirg club of its en chaotwciut.-Detroit Trdbuue. A Temple of Health Wher vigor, good digestion, appetite and sound repose minster to physibal comfort, is the bodily structure which, however much its foundatioes have been sapped by ill health has been restored-rebuilt, as it were-by the great renovating tonic. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Nothing infuses strength into a debili tated frame like this saving 'medicine, which, in the vigor and regularity it imparts to the system. endows 'it with the inreet defense against disease, and the best guaranty ef a long life and hale of old age. Worn out men of business, tired mechanics, overwsirke.. mill hands. miners broken down by hardeiipand exposure to malaria, mariners and tourists al declare that it is the best safeguard against the influences of fatigue, bodily or mental. and of climate and temperature. Incomparable for billions, rheumatic. kidney and nervous teen hire. Weak All Over Is the condition of thousands in hot wrath, r. eepec a.}" if the blhuon is thin and impture an I the system poorly nouridh. I. 1y taktxi.. hoo. sarsaparilla, Hood'sBaree* 1& parities your blood uill ce purified anl yo wilur irlin QrengttI of C.n s and I....ii. ure to g.t l'.",.1 Ld only Hlood's. Mood's Pills .1 uc. armrnsi. sye WINTER APPLES. S. M. Brann will receive, about November 5th, a Car Load of CHOICE APPLES from eastern New York. They will comprise the following va rieties. Baldwln. "ellflwers. Kins. Creenlags. Spitmanbers. eorthern Sp1. sesbury. busses. Osk*en Swees. Orders taken in Advance for any of the above kinds. S. M. BRANN. GLOVES! I am now making[a first class low priced COWBOY GLOVE from Home Tinned Buckskin It is not as smooth and pretty as the eastern tan, but it is tough and cheap. I am still making the Best Cowboy Glove that can be bought for money. They cost from $1I* upwards. A Specialty of mi.s is Loiss Chm als me mede as eader. Just the thins fr dappihg bbd sarent woug I Em is the warhet for <aereesa *sasb J. B. COLUNS, ~oneotiona Uiv Stock CmmissisL Ome.-fyan Block, eaom Ne I correson ao solihd.~ Has the following property lMet A comfortable four room d summer kitchen attached, lot price, $450. . A neat four room dw e ag, rear, desirable location, 50 Les Zi price $1,100. A commodius six room dw m cellent cellar, artesian well as stable and hen house, small bale vegetable garden attached, a prime ka gain; price. $1,000. A snug brick dwelling bou sge, comfortable rooms, southern a delightful location. fifty fra price 6850. A neat one and one-half stasep ing house of four rooms, se af posure; price $400. A large two story frame house, northern and westesra esd brick stables in rear, fit frost walking distance from saaaes A tine two story dwelling house, f rooms, southern and western expseg .a.th large commodius stable a Og rat feet front, centrally locsted; igg An attractive Pleasant street one and one-half stories, flfty 15et ground, southern exposure; pre A comnfortable ftie room house. southern exposure, Ut, f feet; price $500, A tire room frame dwellghoause, front feet, convenient to Mala northern and western exposere; 8:A0. A large nomber of other chuis tugs and building lots in the city the different additions to the eit,.@ sale cheap and on satisfactory Ism Parties desiring good city propssips an investment, wheie same is payib rents over 12 per cent on the mmgg invested, can be accommodated. First class Main street lots for cuitable for business pjrposss, aN erme to suit purchaser. I have for sale a tract ot land prising some 60 acres, near the fullp timbered, that can be at e.5.oo per acre. Have also a tract of some $4 acres, lying Hadar ditch, that I hold at $26.00 per am. Having a complete -block bask" 'ity property. revised up to data, I be pleased to have anyss oe call and inspect same. Fall ven on all preies. Clear to all by me. Select ao sheep and bat sale. city collections proinet. tended to, a. iB. O a ak Mai Rman 1 st3aCi:)Ues 3aak bst* Wines and Bra i, - To reduce my surplus a.' Imported and Califirain and Brandies. I will for THIRTY DAYS oier COST. The list iadui s fornia Sautern M use gelica, Tokay, Port Ma mad luported SOmn Pout and Murid choice mous $' ceho, Mektehe honur md saamf m. am sush e s w adapte M thestt~le hr. I ee thusmat trwse Ch ieb or