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THRDATLY JOURNAL
MILCI CITY, MON'ANA.
Friday, No,.mber 37, RU~s. -
tIE1 UFr'IAL rPA'E OF CU'TER (I, UNTY.
.Ri biflh ij t THE YUI.Lo*wn\R JoI(I tR 4
*tueUta u Iy ofvdthe e tupi* ll" aaid paper. or
thLbe., B ird Massd cewaampmaled by
l grltaw .detr agnel br the. pulljater.
Tte. eweMor of ?uaR \'lLUWar"XM JnltI'i.ti is
* t re'.poU'sltt She any of the upinlons oar uatkr
.* - qea of i' totrrip -ldetlti.
Moore, in hth ym ven toall aoaoe rn.d that Tua
£LtAW4TOSU .JOIFINAt. hal the .aulntrat from
he a.vmor tat aistsana to do all printimiat and
*lnrri-venrtiof vhufwlua tr natare haravhl trla 'ut -
*1 cauaty atnd at'.o i's it. .1..ga~ate.t amnd W1111s
,.tiir in oisiter snloliyl lii uibicii ..rvie.. by plll~.;.
jetty anrU he IcrnJIl y wade, Legal null;-Vi pill
;.hel in tither pap, IX of ('i.,tet eanut an" tr'ot
nil wonbh't. .sec h.e . .u .teuoasI by Il,. ouurt" *
+loataisa.
Thmkilgivtng Ptl m i
In 'mittrtatitv itLh Cal'1t41 , t Ie aunl *.l,
*a1 '~!Isuss on Wbi" hi i jutlyv hlell in hIotnor
J.v t lila a", le, I Clh"ter A. Arthtur. prreisla'at
.ri the Uttilt l ltitatiK (If hereI'y -et alart
'lamsday. the 10th 'lay of Nov.lher tle'at,
it day of public titanksigiving. iThe lle.'.
zaga 'ma udlctii aligr gr latitlatde are nulmnerIoua
lt vuariet. F* o time petu awulud : tv whaicjh
titaiatt IwtweII lthit republic anId :illIthe ala
",low mao the world; fmar Ifeed'omi Irtons internIal
.litaord ant viotlence; for the ineretu'iia
riendhlehiphetween the iberett 'sestiola's of
11il4: fimat lterty. jutuilee aid iaiaititittionaitt
,a)vetliliaett; 101 the deP44otionI 411 the I's')p'0
oair fre e inett nijUitut , and their etieerul
* ,ILitence to ,mil1. laww: for theatastatat y in -
r:e~t1(eim treitgt Ii of thte regulaili- wha ile Iex
'iii lIt's privileges to tellw 1 elt wh n t, ci 'le
aus; fiort t i unrvedt Iint lll internial 4 - 'alt
mltiiijatt jila; 11 increammedm Iam'j'it jeat o inter.
uirse with other isatiotn; for Itie. genieraii
*revailiitg' I nlth 'if time year; for tihe ;mraes
4Iity of alt t,'al' it. itmt te; the tiberail retuI rn
'r tlIhe titlhaniet 'Itoil, dffuli o riti R altIrkIt
*or thle at 'i zdat harivests 5 4 tI'im taumlaaaat
. isioms to ext'(t Intefllectual atil timir tint
,itatii o 'iit utr youth; fot I ie itill nlnt Ip*P iii
"t a restranini g andi ttaiif'arutii g oad rel igionil
..il lfir thet jots ai home I.r ti ee anltI I'r
tmay iothier tes-iiigs we otatalit give Ilthank-4.
lir tefi're. I aif. rec~iinoti uI I he dayt abhve
todigiaateal ttil'se dsrved I liri a i4 it time coiwsli try
ma lay oad natuionait tisktik.ivi gaittd tpruner
aimi that jmeoptle eeaaa'e firiti their aliy laramar.
I't ie ti tt :.e, it' tI1,raetiwi il la sevetal
''this 'at wfit ll.-h. d'raw near i the throie of
Iliaighal Goff tumd.ia g to 11)11 l 'sf'sueatt
ttt g·ratitte urt itie l .1.1TI goal whici
Het hmai v4Uitiimtle'l to te4, atid primvlctithiatt
Iii tlo,-'iuig" aial mier.*i., mlay ,mutitl ile: as"ia
du ittluter rsm'a.ataaeti' tlieday Itita appoeint.
.f' k indti''int's mu hatrity tol he m-tferailg atal
*iO4ej(.itoo tha al itt ,I a' ! tl iis hill thelt
at i i l t i kcgiviig ii !tsteae~ tea lati
'.'tie tit the t4.tv . 1 l"i-,' thu. h .etta itt1
k Ito.ber. its theti ear tit a,at loar otic thus..
Sie iu it~Adi-udiuh,'i oi" t lam I. a itoda States I lie
tar iatitltred andi 'evelttti.
By het I'roseuilit,
FilaialitCK T. 1'asLalarv*111e N
$eea~etuiry of Sta~te
O%.I .WoeD ill OLD.
'l'o-Il:iy the bIright little JioIitNnLt" is
wet meoithi old and I .". anonther
torpeit tact ut . .h· IL'e1+, to
IllukkI roots fair " · u re demandl (~'1I1I1I
isir spaee in our udvcrt i..ing tdeiieiu''.
Fit ' .peeiui feiture of givuing all h lie
'of 1 %-!Ili :'a%( by ;liv readling 'otldie.
weill, upliretlui~e EII?" t'ttirt. ini jloIi.,le
. cae11s111yt'Ilh t ..t ul rl to tI li i r f rieiu de . in th e
212,t z~s a s)Ieeimwt (of pro)grv$live We.C*
u titc( far wc14t. The rIundarul of'ftht.
tiitoriutl dlepuairtmet w1ll IN! kup1ºt ulp
*uIel the leadilli t4o0loe of( the tiey tlir
:i4d in at tifarle'·i muaanner, withoUt
*'ar or favor, the deiire lWhlig to4 mleni
tic the hi.jltpiiuing..o of the dav hin seh
I mananer thie relader wi11 not Ie coni
iK"led to wvaode' ihrough a tt 114unaiII of
:,tItter to get u kernel Of IInWe . T'lhei
I.rcr.eut parosperoulsi cxinditlonl of c
*"w dhally 14 uIlmceielt CMUiau for our
rlwlng just a little t on eamturin. tie i
· eu·Jld monthl c'f its e.xistence.c.
'l'Ia rirut.er ' alt. larehlding a lig war
1 tuet" lit the H-.4sui r staite, andil Ihcav
*ken. eiaallete jilsi.5t..JiEo of I idiaaj
The president. rtfuses to Inte~rfere in
" lie sslt' of Joe4. IA'Igtht en (Vliazore, thet
Jradwlea d urdlere'r, aaI(I la e w~ill Iin
,li prolilitit it* make his. exit from
hija hiewilpeplre on Lthe 21411 Iinist.
Lois of good thlnus are lit storer for
l1ec City. A snut~aturluna, telepehou.
xvllhaulge, cEzazierdhil telergrulhlu (.111114,
.rswllug aIIQ.'e,4t'swking fsteariy, stone
tadewalka, utndl Lu tweuty-lght oulusaiau
Dilly Paper.
Col. Pat Douan, fornerly editor of,
die FPargo Argps, but mow a bonaanza
v.1 estate boomier In that eity made
a'utou by No. I hard, lua evidently
.otcta oner on the Amocsiated Preat
,wnt at Pargta, Juusdlug trom the
,amount of bItr thaat august piersontage
'. S ndalag brIadc..t over the O Untry
iflunutntlng th, gallant Colonel.
The tehegraph t. ismorning brilng
'the news of a rich dimovery of silver
rImting vein at a point twelve InIil ..
4151 of the Pigeon river lit Cawnra.
The allver Is maid t. be fbunad In a
sarve etatsamd is good payiumgraas4
Ales. Reports of this nature are always
.aquusated, and later news will be
.asolosd for'with touch luaterut. In
titre m etlms crowd of eazited people
bre ruled to the new Sad.
a ,rum ric , wam
Whoever haterl.et the ault of the
cqc~cdon, to dldieste a permanent re
vivid of the democratic party, will
make a great mlstaket. The Intelli
gence and moral principal of the
country are united against democratic
rdt, and nothing can shake the power
,d that union. We believe that a great
m.any republleals stayed away frolt
th. 1 polln, and a great many others
"*i.,"t directly for some democraticj
candiilates, or voted against the repub
lica:u callidatts by voting for some
':i,,i party nominee. But not a 111n11
,h:'lhes', will be any less a republiien
, the future. They all dielike, andi
dlitrust the democracy, as mluclih as
they ever did, and they will lie found
lightling their hard-e.t n!ainast it in
h;$4. lktealt at this et.etliotl is at de
Sfat, not for the retpubliealn iatrty, but
for the blind faction which las pre
;suned to place itietlf above the larty,
and divert it froml its purposes. The
: party is mnerely assertlng its Iºwer to
destroy even the unworthy in its own
ranlks. It is merely allmputatingr a bad
toec which threatens, if allowed to re
*maill, to destroy the whole Ioddy. We
wish there'fore to warnl the deinlw.racy
not to ..e too julilant. Tie IK4ilupl art
not ready to trust thesetmi yet, except a+
a choi.ce of temnlnrary evils. Th'ey will
find this out If they indcllgot inl such
visollns of deliauchiry, tas ,anae of thL'
are secinlg in the near future.
Ely was evidently a Idenowrnt anti
he got there.
Rallroaul cc..idents are seeminglyl "
tlht- order of the dlay.
Netw e.ases of yellow fivtr are re
lp'5tte dalily in the sarrow striken cis
tritt of the south.
(t n. irant, in a very ally written
t:gazatine artihle, hi. s rnshad i, the
defetnse of Fitz John Porter. :arlI i'alk.
on the Aallerl'asn lIople to right the
'rong done hlln Iby reinst:ating hinat ti
,: ".."'e* littion ill the alrrny mtdlli
a i. . i:, iral bl k Ipty. all of which
. "..wwn of Porter.
s""'tilthliat vot itl in pulnihahl'e by
Imirinauieunt. whether th.e vottr
swetars in his vote, or rusts it withoi t
'challenllge. At thie te'itIlIs of election
iIunes of vttt. jis ill lie e.arefully
.crutinizted, anld all those who voted
illegally, whether froni hlort res~hlene,
or any other cause, will be !trtscmutild.
An initelligent mian would not for Iwer
sonal notive's, Jteoptrdie~ his fr eedol
in the thuses, of the INballot bnox.
INSURANCE.
Wi m. II. OXLEY,
SAGENT FORll
Liverpool, London,Globe
1f ",RA .'I', CI.( I'.1+ ".
PH(ENIX FIRE INS. CO.
OF IBROoIKLYN, NEW YORK.
American Central
I'.N CIRA NV(' COMPANY,
OF ST. LOUI, MO1.
I Fire Risk,' Solicitd on D)w. lings,
Ihuw.,hold o.0As and I'reerred Sto4kJ.
tfflic- ith (C. W. Savag & Co.. Corner tQ
lMaion and `ixtih $treeta, Milel City. I
Ju-han Oe0~q. JAN. W. otesanb,.
Cottage Saloon
OWENS A COLEMAN.
KEEP ON HAND
The Best Whiskies
Wines and Cigars,
Or ixed Drinks
ALL KINID OF
SQUARE GAMES!
op~ananrght
12 OWSS IA COLUMAN, Phm.
OVERCOATS!E
Fine Satin Lined
OTVERCOATE
Fine Fur Collared
VOYERCOATS
FII IN: & 'HI lC1ILLA1
Overcoats Overcoats
FINE PINCE ('HRLE'S
OVERClOATS
ALL KINDI) OF
OVERCOATS!
$6.00 to $40 Each.
The Finest Ever Brought West of St.
SPaul Just Received at 17
i. Orschel & Bro.
B3. I LLM3AN.
PEA LEI IN
Piiiips ofall Kitids
Hone, Pipe. Brass and Iron Fittings,
P ( 1Pa .' sET AND R EPA JR El),
(eneral I:. ; mui r in xll kiiiiIý 'f situljyhi'r}
s1id IAridAJ.. fi City , M h. . Ts. Itt
1' ýt '1nd~. Foi te. Ir r,.( I'a~ ,
1iorth K ;I, M1ofltIsna tt.t.I tAInd hotels1
t iiiriturt. (niag, 1.
INTUI-O LEIN
HOTEL,
HALF 4LOCK YFROM TIII DI(I'OT,
Lcqueen3 Young & DLane,
MILES CITY, U. T.
s mia N 0 ha w."
.q.Il~pwi~t~Cjmuwmr
C1 W, SAVAGE & SONS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
DRY GOODS,
krocei, Lipuu E.
Our Stock is by far the Largest
IN EASTERN MONTANA.
And is Complete in Every Department.
Cattle Men and Ranchers!
--oCan fe F0ln.d n taOts--.
We have Received a new lot of
FINE CLOTHING
ens' FUrnsliing oods, ats, Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladies will Find an Elegant Line of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Carpets, Wall Paper, and
IIOL'SE FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
OmENT'S FOR ,
Harman, Holmes & Co's Famous
Sauk Center Flour..

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