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MILSN Ci , MOTNFANA.
Sunday, November 1g, tals.
i HE OFFICIA.L r.UPER F CUSTER COUNTY.
No WNll againsit Tu YCLoAwMoIS JOIr .AL. I
Smtracte by any of tlw employes of said papror. nr I
*theri. will be ometoised une» ae .mpanied by
.1 written order signil lby the publisher.
The editor of THE VEWI.iwNTOx JOURNAl. is
,v repitminible fur »ny of tie opuinilns or utter
neft of its corrmitAlilOiP.
Notice i herebly given to all conceremd that THU
EL.WATOuM JortalN. holds the contract fruiom
:w governor of Montana to ido all printing and
'Itertiling of whatever nature chargeahble to Cus.
**r couinty , a11 also in the designated and only,
i aper in Ca'ter uounty in which nervlc"u by publi.
Ation can be tleftUJ made, Iegal notices pub
<hel in other pnpern of ('Custer county are 'oid
not worthlles, as ais beeni decided by the courts of
ln -onformitv with custom, the annual ob
beervance of whiclh is justly held in honor
iy thi reople, IC Chester A. Arthur, presldent
,I the nited States do hereby set apart
Thursday the I8th day o November next,
a a day of publi tle h ,gavl. The bless
ep demandlag our gratitu e nrewroon
.an varied. For the peun and amity which
.ubsiet between this republic and all the na
rions o the world; for freedom from iaternal
Iscord and violence; for the increasin[
,riudship between the dleret sections d
'sad; for liberty, Justice and constitutional
erammet; for the devotion of the people
o our free Institutions, and their ehmerul
bedience to mild laws; for thecostantly In.
re.sing trength of the republic, while ex
ending its privileges to fellow men whocome
o us; for fmprove~ means of internal com
uaunication; and increased faciltls of Inter.
ourse with other nations; for the general
prevailing health of the rear; for the pros
.erty of all our industrir; the liberal return
orte mechanit's toll, ahrding a market
,r the abundant harvests of the husdand
ien; for the preservation of the national
.ith and credit; for wise and generous pro
islons to esect intell.tual and moral ed
.rcation of our youth; for the Inene upon
,fa metrainng and traasfcrmin of relign
:.d for the joy. of home for these and for
oany other l siup we should give thanks.
' hereore I do reommend the day above
imnateaAlhe obsrved throught the country
:.e a dy o~r natmiolekl thls v-i and praer
;,nd that peole eese from thdr daily
mad motingin cordanb e with their serl ,
lorms of worsldp, draw near to the throne of
Almighty (eod. erring to Him praise and
nnd gratitude for the manlfold good which
lie has vouchael d to us, and praying that
Sllislmidnps and merce may contiue; and
I do father resommned the dy th appoint
ed may be made aspcil occaion for deeds
of kinaeas and charity to the srSering and
needy, so that all who dwell within the land
may cejoioe and be glad in this season of
national thanksgiving. In witness whereof
I have hereunto set my band and sused
tie seal of the United State to be lixed.
Ione at the city of Washlington this I6th day
of Oc.tber, in the year of our lord one thou
,ab,d ieht hundred anld erlht-two and of
tire ihl.lpenldence of the United States the
one huldred and srevath.
I L. 8.1 CHSBTER A. ARTH'R,
By the President,
FaDnauc IT. FnsLuMavann s.
Secretary of State
NMJN.ANA L£ OVr.
If aen. Sherman's wishes are car
ried out, the following fort will r~e
ceive the benefit of the annual appro
priation of $1,0Mi,000. It will be ob
ncrved there are no Montana posts
mentioned in the list, which fact, sug
gests that probably they are to be dim.
xontinued : Fort Amliniboine, Dak.,
~ll companies; Bosle Barracks, Idaho,
tour comnpanies: Fort D. A. Rusulil,
Cheylenne, six companies; Fort Doug
L.s, Utah, six companes; Fort Oibhon,
Indian Territory, four companies;
IFort Laranle, Wyoming, nix com
Ipaues: Fort Leavenworth, Kanuas,
twelve companies; Little Rock, Ark., I
two companies: Madison Barracks,
New York, ten companies; Fort
Marcy, Santa Fe, New Mexico, two
compunies ; Fort Marion, Florida, two
companies; Fort Meade, Dakota, two
companles; Mount Vernao Barracks,
Alabama, two oomnpule; Newport
Barracks, Kentucky, two companies,
Onmaha, Nebraska, ten companies;
Fort Riley, Kansas, six companies;
man Antonio, Texas, twelve compani;es
sa Diego, California, two companies;
Fort Sill, Indian Territory, six onm
parnies ; Fort Knelllag, Minnesota, six
companies; Fort Sully, Dakota, bfour
eomnpanl ; Fort Wall Walla, Wash
ington. Territory, six companies;
Wa-hington Baracks, six companles,
and Flort Wingate, New Mexico, six
Over 311,Oat head of cattle will be
driven in Custer county early the
St. Paul iL to have a new banking
iwatitutlon with a espital of half a
Miles City is the only town in the i
territory that has never had a boom,
and yet she is prosperous and steadily
To prevent th dMs eIsio of G(ar
leld's tomb, guards keep vigilant
ateh over it at a·ght saul yt here
pe people who stilU Cim we lIe In
an enlightened age.
The Bentoe R+erd and Bler Pres
SJust inpw egged In a bltte wan
are. The lagpage used t ntet spedly
is aoeordsas with the lastroatlns
Aid down Is the revhed edition, and
"ltorn thief," "seuendrel" and otber
sweetented names are eot Amad In
the I udag nul.eo Iliteiagu of the
rw. O tastemn, give h peilie s
The Deadwood papers are eulogslulg
Calamity Jaw and the reoutely born
Why were Forts Maginnis and
Keogh left out in the cold in the
annual appropriation about being
made? It would seem the authorities
oontemplate their early abandonment.
The ex-Empressm Eugenle is said to
be the richest widow in the world.
The way she has conducted herself
since the fatal Franco-PruNian war
has call d forth the admiration of all
California mining operators are pre
paring to hold a grand mining exposi
tion at San Francisco. It will be on
the same plan as the one recently held
at Denver, and may serve to awaken
interest in mining enterprises on the
Pacific coast that have been steadily
losing ground during past five years.
There is no disguising the fact that
the city Is fall of thugs and footpads.
A few nights ago a man was held up
near "27" and robbed of sixty-five
dollars, besides several other attempts
at highway robbery which were un
successful. Those symbolic figures,
8-7-77 are liable to go into efibet very
suddenly if this state of things much
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P F.. FiSNAT. SANK.
Daard $7 Week.
ilar In Conmeetioe with the Heas. Op.
Day and miaght.
Wm. H. OXLEY,
Liverpool, London, Globe
PUNIx FIUE INS. CO.
OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.
INSURANCE COMPAN I
OF BT. LOUIS, MO.
iFlre Risks solicited on Dwellnp,
Hosebhold Goods and Preferred Stoks.
Oeeo with C. W. Savage & Co., Corner ofa
Main sad SiLth BtreeI, Milm City. 1
JoeAn *weN. Jae. II. Ckenm.
OWES A COLEMAN.
KEEP ON HAND
The Best Whiskies
Wines and Cigars,
Or Mixed Drinks
ALL KINDS OF
IOpWna yO dLBMlgeht
U OWZWS & COLESMAN, Pu s..
Fine Satin Lined
Fine Fur Collared
FINE PRINCE CHARLE
ALL KINDS OF
$5.00 to 40 Each.L
The Finest Er Brought West of St.
Paul Just Received at s
I. Orschel 4 Bro.
Pumps of all Kinds
Suo., Zpo. au u ns m.ittIa,
P'UMPS SET AND REPAIRED,
General Repairn in all kinds of Marhinerv
IDone Shop, ý ixth Street, Ietweenu Ma,
and Bridge, Miles City, M. T. tlae
MA.'CtLFex & YOLN, CNAI. A. DEANx.
Pool Traders., Furmery of Palmer
Fort Keogh, Muntums snd Iul ad Hotls
Teal rtlor. ChicagLo, III.
IHALY JIllCK FrO THE DEPOT,
Xacquen, TYoug Deane,
MILES DITY, M. T.
,I W. SAVAGE. & SONS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Our Stock is by far the Largest
IN EASTERN MONTANA.
And is Complete in Every Department
Cattle Men and Ranchers!
--e Here Feb .e upleb @ualls--
We have Rectived a new lot of
nuts' Flraisin Goodl, Hat ad, p
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladles will Find an Elegant Line of
Staple and Fancy Ory Goods,
Carpets, Wall Paper, and
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ETC.
Harman; Holmes & Co's Famous
Sank Oenter.P P1u