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cverniiicnt;forth* OrrattON af the BSOpie^I ^ our free irstitiilioi:^. ami their enteral
Tuesday,November 14, 1882.
tii-oiyk'Ki.p\i KKt^K^ r^rr:ivtoT!^rY.*
_^ * ^ .-^^5rt_^s^^^No bills igaiMi tin Yttiowum JaOnwea,
mMfMMby any of th^ t'^n|^l^y^s ' . uj paper, or^-^''icr*. win lie rVrneiuzml utile*^. , ..inpanift hy^a written nplcr -u 1 bv : it. piibtuhcr.
theoritur of Thk YeuUBOWMU'I Iocrnu it^~ ^t ri^*w^nsiMe for aiiy of (lie. uuiniuu* vt uUer-^air** of Ik NfNMMMli
Ni.liifi* licicliy ictven 10 nil inncornnl tb^l Tin^VnMMMI lin hsai. hold- t ^^^ i tmriri ftmai^lh* pwernnr ^l M^^m^.ia l'i do ulj uii'iiiiu :.ti^i^wltMWm f ^^'li.it* ^. r null re ^ liamauM^ pTftat-^r founly ; mul ;ilwi i-i the ileMunaieil and nntii^, ...i. r in i'iimit i-nnniv it w1il^ h -..'nici* by i-ubli-^^atlea ran be I unify miitr. 1.ii;i^1 selieaii pub-^liofend in other Mpen ^i^ i 'Miff iimnty are peal
i'l worthWmi, Hk h.o. r^-tti ilei i^h-il hy the court* of^M t ^ 111 an a.
111seiiUneiity with custom, theanniiul ob-^v... I whichh jii'tlv lielil in honor^bjrthia people. I Chester A. Arthur. presleV n'^: t' ^ I uttcii Stutc* tin hereby set apart
TI11lay.theMth 'l.iy 0/ November next,^.^ ^11 1 puMk tluuutfgirlng. The Mom^ins* ^i ^ diag oar gratitude are numerous^Hid vhi i. Fur the jinnee and amity which^aueaial tTtivwn thai PeffMbik Mel nil thr^ na-^linMej the world; lor lieeiloin from internal^dteeord nnd violence: fur tlie increasing^friendship bet WW the ililWetit sections ot^'nnd: for liherty, justice mi I constitutional
11Iml loner totnilil laws; lor thectmstaiitly in -
reeetngrtMnjita of the reiiiiMic. while ex^lending Its |i:-ivilecin to lei In 1 loen VrMeoeM
mu;.'W iiniirove^i iiiphjh of Internal ei in-
1:11.11';.ti' 11: and increased Uici'itii s ot Inter*^'^;;,o wiih other nations; hit the gt natal^] revailini! health ul the year: lor the iiros-
[eritv oi all rear iadaetrtea| la*liberal return^1.a- ifi^ iiiecluuiv's toil, affording a market^I'tNTthe iiliiiiidant iMrtWtl ol the hu-luul-^inen; lor tin |iri aen at ion of the national^t.iith and credit; tor a is.' an.', si nSIIHM are-^riaionsto eff-rt intellectual and laurel eaV^11 a.ion ol our youth; tor the influence aoee^a le-trainiiii;^and transim mini.' of religion,^ndfor the Jov* of home lor lln-se ami ;or^^ ^iHv 1 tlxr liWinpi we should tfive thanks,^r I Ml I Mora. I do rivonmicnil the day almie
'laalgaaha he aaearrad Iheoughl the country
-a day ot national taaahaglei - and pi aver^jiol that jicoidecease lioin their daily latnir,^mid meetiniriii hi eonlauce with their several^inrins of aaiaiUp, draw near to the throne of
lllalhjhtjrttod, ouVrinii to Him |^ruise and^and gratitude for the iatJllfotd good w hich^lie has voiichsated to us, ami leaving that^His hlesdnits and men i^* may conliiiiie; and^1 donathar m nitiiend the day t hu-a;.|Hiint-
I may lie made a s|n ial occasion for daadl^: kindness and charily to tha Mnbrllig and
needy.M that all wlio dwe'l within tic- land^may lejoiee and Is' glad in thi.i season of^national thauksgiving. In witness whereoJ^I huve litaeunto set my hand and cc4hm^itttttaloi the [Jailed stat^s t. i^- aguad.^Iioneut tin city ^il Washington t'lii SJ.1th day^^I ^ letohaTi in the year of our lord one t Innis-^andeight halafdfeM and eightv-two and of^tlie inde|ieie|.me i.l the I'nited Mtates the
nohandrad an I seventh.^|L.CHB8TKR A. ARTRVt,
Hythe''resident,^I''k::iikrick T. KatiJMeMTttW.
THEK^ i 111 iii.
i'lMitiv, out Unit Tree^ Can be Crown In^Our Country,
TMa)Mett0a1^f afttftMH litis, now^ti ac.itil tt sifiit'Mit' deVcdopmetit win re^tiM attbjeei of tri'i- g^mrlng simulil rw-^. tive Mnini'attention liy our ettLvMM,^Until fruit ami ornament;.I trees can^' ^ grown here with WKCtT Title ini-^1.or Unit sitej) of iiniiroveini'iit sliouiil^i t-eLcouruiifd by our ^-iIi/.i-ns. By a^whw provision of our pfvaml settlor*,^lh^qr OaJt Iwatlttfy their plaoea gnatly^hy the |daiitin^ of fruit tives, and^tfiado tnt'h, oriniint'iital ^hrublicry,^t'ower.s, tic liy sodomy, wlnn tlie^town begins to menttt in size from^^ear to year, no that it.- |io|iiiIhi1oii^Bmban several t!i^^UHuml, and the^^Ublti'iUH spirit of a eity taken |Hiaasa-^riasofit. the value of j.roperty in^'own, a in I the lands atMnlalnsjIs Lrre4tly^^.uoineiited. itul Utla la not all, it is^Minle more,attractive hy h regular^n/atem of trve ulMtlaa;, Sueh a idun^i.s in ailopt.nl hy the ^ itiwns of the^1 nest villages ami towns tiiroiigliniij^thai taat ami west. Anyone hawing^ground in town, or eoii(igiimn to its^limits, should plant a few in ex, for it
ill he a pecuniary nivatitutft) t'^ theiu-^: dves, an well as to their m iglilmrs.^Men are alway-re.nly ami w.Hilar to
(aatlrVtheir raooKnltion of the value
ufatiahhnproveiiient on their gnmnd.
Uaiilrnnrj into im nMnhi aMracuva hy
Itie r^ljo|i systaM Of tree planting, as^veil as inooe more valuahle. i'hiiit^'ri^ ^ Ithi rally mi ytMIF vncant. :ih^^ ^ II as roaldenoB lots, and you naad no^-y ur strei t U a Dark. '1'he new^rain* attached to the surrounilinx^property may he qulto sulBeh nt or^i|Usl to the w hole expanae of ahwrlngj^nid ooBvcrtlng tha grounds to what^Uicy might bo made. This entoffpriso
hasalready reeelvcd.-sune n^ tent ion by^the Mtftprisloa paopla of M lloa City --
In; heaux lojHU of the Y^ llowntolle^/alley and eastern Montana. Luat^.^eiriuti a great tiiuny of our eitizeim^^ k^ka deoided iMlajfosi in this very
iiiportjintMfi \^ of improvement of^fruit ami onuuutotal in ^ 1 and ahrub* 1^hery. Many bMdrad more will he^^d.-ititeti lu re in tin spring, This will^help Ui tjive to Miles ( ,iv the notoriety^^if uatag the ajoai baaaitiful alky in^Ifotltonaji If the right spirit is ox-^ireHHed hy our cili/.i tin tiiis city can he^raada the Foccat t'ny of the htilhiui^Why not make it Uotodaa a eity lor iis^tint avenuin of tree*, io^ CltveiMd is^'1 Ohio^ The hH'ution really ileiiniinls^^'. of the Millers, beliiy; located as it is^an the line of the N. P, It. It. I'wiple^'Virnlag from thaaoat will ruaallly ap-^preadajaaud aotiao the raid^l Htrhiex of
thap'vplc iu tne way of industry anil^tiupirovement, for it Is reallv the' ^^rar-^li.n S|sit^ of tliesinillnp vnlley of tlie^r'ellow.stoiii and eastern Montana.^Tha lofHtion hire is excellent for fruit^1;: .win^. Tin ultitude is less than^nxsit villnees la other portion* of the^rtooky Mountains north of Mexico.^AH the land in U10 valley i^ srslde ami^inn xi cllnl for its fertility. In the val^^ley the soil is an alluvial deposit and^(Ma ia always nstisidered very rich.^TUo kiOgOiA yield and greatest growth
isalways found on alltiviul soil, which^from tlie manner of its formation is^very finely, divided. If aeeoiupiinifil j^hy sufbVicnt humidity it u tula to pro^^duce a maximum of ftbrouj rrgga,^which provide the piniit.- with water I^;ind inoriranic aubatuujafw. Another^deeidetl adtraOtagO tlie settV'rs have^over pori imis of the east, laud'^will never need fertilizing, fbff it is^composed prinei)iiilly of pttlveri/.eil '^organic matter, which is so Virgtdy^drawn upon by vegetal.I* growth. ^^Oreat i.'idueeiiients are hehl.' it to the^argriciilturist who will com here ami^avail himself of the opportUllltici of^^fered him on every hand ; nppottuultica^that are MtrauaJlod. Now that water^can he obtained another spring for^Irrigatiug purposes, men ahould not^lose ihc chance of utilising it 011 their^grounds. It will be remcmhered that^irrigation greatly improve* the soil,^and laud that is Irrigated never needs^any other fertilizer hut this, for the^water of these mountain streams holds^in solution of auapfuahw a quantity of^mineral and gaseous matter that pos^^sesses fertilising value, it is an ertab-
lishedfact thai small fruits will hear^more iihiindantly and make .1 much^more uhunpant* growth If planted^where irrigation is employed or re^^sorted tons in th to locality. Pratt and^ornamental treat ^'ill ^!'^ bettor when^plaited in such a locality, for their^growth is nmre healthy, evt 11 and
matand Piutractiyu drout h and then^aapaamotio growth nre v.ry doatrao*^tive to fruit trees, for if the supply of^moisture is not regular ! te will he^an unnatural growth, li causes an^irregular tlow of sap and the tree^sutlers gruit injury from it. The^blighl ao often experienced among the^trees by fruit growers is attributed to^lhis.il being the principal oauaa, It is^assored that work is one of the lirst^principals in the siieeeaaof an orchard^and garden. The number of persons
i-limited who have an idea of the^great value and importance of orchards^and small Iruits. row products of the^soil are more remunerative if properly^attended to. it is not at all dIBeuil In^save trees when delivered in good^order, but still hss^ dlfBcull toloar^them through neglect or hud ^UMgO*^nieiit. Too often the ksejeH among^trees may u traced to ^ ntiug.^Treca ar ruined by being . ,. ^
IOUMnever I^inch deeper 1. t'l^ J^a) nursery^tl ^. ^ uw ji^enough. When plantod .1 .- n-H to^use some kind of a fertilizer^ti .tt most^easily obtained, hone-ibist, salt slid^pla.-ter are excellent for trees and small^fruits when used on tin surface. A
greatermistake oould not be made
alas!it is made too often for the good^of the trees^than to put a fertilizer ot^any kind in the hole wiih the tree. It^should invariably be placed on the^surface, if used ul all. If placed wiih^the tree ft uu ul to lie very injuri^^ous, lor it ^, ^link grass, iiiukini:^the trie 1 rand abort-lived. After^plat ling, I the trei-s are murtctied^well, and this must he aVrtli if you^wish to save their lives. Alter plant*
lugproperty thai is uisiut all that is^required to insure their growth. This^mulching is of vital itnpe.it.nice, and^should never bo forgotten. It keeps^the tempera tun low around the tree
duringthe protracted hot days ot j^summer, and prevents rapid evapora^^tion, whicb is a serious injury to th s^tocos ami plants. The pruning knife^should be used freely. There i^a great^difference of opinion among fruit ;^growem as regards the proper trim^that trees should lie pruned. The moat^natural time to prune a tree la during^the si asoii of red. in theapring before^the sap begins to Mow. Tblfl rule^should he strictly olaerved with all^trees, excepting the,apple. It can Is;^pruned wiih perfect safety 1; iiiM^during feet. This pruning must be^done the rtrst year to i uoocaa,^ff^r if tlie Itmba are left to remain on I^the trees as they come from the nursery^arhjtn they are put in the ground the^deanand on the roots for aap to supply 1^the earioua branoha w ill !^^ too greaX^This exhausts ttie tree and gives it a I^stinted growth. Fruit growing is^^triad on ipiite extensive'* in the
araatornpari af Montana, and it nau be
gniwn in this section more ea^ily, for^the altitude is less here than it is in^the Hitter Rott, I'riekly Pear. fdfg^iuun^and Mi-w*'iuri valleys, and the sea-on^is tongaat, too, which makes a strong^difference. The parties lu re who nave^had tic boat Meeoaa. this leaaon are J.^M. Turner, A. .1. Itorietgh, t'. It.:
Towers,J. M. Whecloii. A. B. Wolf1^and others who planted in a small^way to ex|^eriinent. A great many^large orders have batM given for I reel^and plants, lioth fruit and nrmmictita!,^to he sliipjad in th^ spring, and w e '^trust our people will give tbloaubjeoi^their oarnest attention.
Groceries %^ ^,
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in
PurcliaM^l from (*hi(fia^o c*n prt lnw^*^t rnnrktt^ami muv^^ MMMf by al'-wn their pur^t hit.-iiik' lu bo iHM tbrwiigh
OeaaralPereaeaiae Agent, U Waaaaa Aeaaaa,^(^leaja, in,
at Ti n feejn esaeriaaai in ten aeataaaa. Qaa-^auteaeea Raaeial lines nut aeateal laassaailea^^nit mi aaageiuaa.It '.'^*
MAeqtntee* Tocao,Cuss, a. Dcahb,
tm4t^eaae^.Formerly i.f Palmer
K..rtKeeabi MontanaanJ Letaasl ReteU
TeirlUtn^l iiii a|^i III.
OurStock is bj far the Largest
INTER-OCEAN ,N ^ST^ ^0MT*^
HOTEL, ^ 's Complete in Every Department.
HALFBLOCK FROM TIIK DF.I'oT,
Macueen, Young ^ Deane,
MILESCITY, M. T.
CattleWen and Ranchers!
-CanHer* Final Complete OutUta.
f nist^-.l aeert* VaAaaghaMi Only Unlet liar-^in^ Saiujjli K iihiih lor Cuiuiuercul
Wehave Received a new lot off
PumpsofallKinds M FlfflUSkiiS Ms, flats, tfc
Hose,Pipe. Erau and Iron Fittings,
PUMPSSET AM) REPAIRF.l),
OeaaralRepair* in all Unah ^f Marbinerr^bone Uhop, sixtb ftrart, l*tween Main^and Brittle. Milrs City, M T. IM
Thankaaiylngday urat geoerallr oh*^aarved lu Winnipeg 'I'luirsilsy. Tbere^Were services ill ull tlie cliurcbeH.
Afin in tbe isiis-r-lsix-t'iicUirv ti A.^It. W'cseoit at tVlur ttapids, Wednaa-^day, licit rayud jimisTty u^ Uiu anjonnl
Asecret mw'tinirof nnval ortleors was^belli in Wssbiriuton, yestcrilny, for tbe^Mtnaaaof duvlalnga plnn to present^ineotiKn-ss for tbo perventiuii of fsvor-^itistn in dctaatt of officers.
OhkaTOfAcat Franeh, of the tioant*^sbiiiHt. Oermain, re|s^rta tin** ottrly^on lUestlay tlio Kt. jfjatniulll isMsod^withiu three milos of u steumsbip^tssiml east, lylnir. No si^n..! Mg^sistunee wus shown.
Theslbirney i^eiieriil to-il;iy tfMNM-^eil a letter the district commissioner*^r^^lnesting the reinoviil of Dntafltlve^(JeorjreO.Miller on tbe grniind that he^bud Is'traycil tlie inbTHUs of the
governmentin tbe situ route, a.-, s
MogjakgnoffItvurKt't, the venersble^arelibisbop who presided over tlie see^of Montreal, yestarduy eolebrnttd the^sixtieth .111 niv. rin.v of bis entrsnee^into the |^rlesth(ssl by sn Impressive^ceremony in the Catholic church,^Hotiehervillc villafrev
Ladieswill Find an Elegant Line of
eand Fancy Dry Goods
Carpels,Wall Paper, and
Contractorand Builder HOUSE FURNISHIXG^ GOODS, ETC.
MILESCITY, K. T.
Workdone on ahorteit notice, and aatu-^faotion guaranteed
OFFIOKAND HHOP: 1^On Bridge Street near Seventh
Haniian,Holmes ^ Co's Famous