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title: 'Daily Yellowstone journal. (Miles City, Mont.) 1882-1893, November 19, 1882, Image 2',
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THEDAILY JOURNAL! The Dt*dwood ^^*^^ ^
! Calamity Jane and the recently boru
uilsscm: mo sta ha .1 little Calamity.
Sunday,November 19, 1882.
tUK OFFICIAL P.U'KR ^^F CUSTM OOOXTY.
Noaila anainat THE YEi.i-owvroNa Jih-knal,^. ^utra^ [^M )^r any iifthe employr* of unit! paprr. or^^ then, ^'II o* rWopila^sl link** aocoropanird by^.^ written imlcr nintii^l liv tho pnliliahrr.
Th- ^sllt.^r ^^i 'hi' TaLUMnMM Jornsu. ia^- ^f rCHpiiiixitile fur anv of the opinion* or utter-
lift'sof il^ corrw|ioiiit^'iiM.
Notlor i^ hrrrhy kIttii t^^ all concert* 1 that TilIC^F.li.n^stomk Jim IN'aI. In^ 1. (hu contract from^ic governor of Montana to tlo nil printing ami^. 'Ivcrtl^iiiK af whatever nature chargeable to Cua*^^^^r county; anil ahm ia the ticaiituutcii and o^ly^i aper in (\iMcr county in which service* iiy puhll-^^ atiou can la' Ifintlly made, I-e^nl not I cm pub-^.ht^-l in other paper* of fiiater county are roid^nd worthier, a^ hua been decided hy the court* of^'lohtana.
In.'oiiloruiity with oustoin, the an 1111.1) ol^-^luervuiire id vi-hich i.^ justly lipid in honor^t.y this j*iiiile, I Cliester A. Arthur. MsJinM^i tho 1'nitwl States ^lo hereliy set ;i|iart^i'hursd.'iy, the 3(Mh ilay of November next,^a a day tit public t luiiik-ni ving The bless^tig* demanding our gratitude are numerous^..nd varied. For the patsS ^n^i amity which^ulwist la^tween this reptibtir and all the na-^ions ^t the world; lor Ireedrmi from internal^usoord and violence; lor the increasing^rieii(l.-hi|i tietwecn the different sections of^itid; lor liberty, justice and constitutional^government; for the devotion of the lieople
i our tree institutions, mid their elieerul^bedience to mild laws; lor the constantly in-^reasing slreiutf h of the republic, while' ex-
-ending itf^ privilege* to fellow men whocome^^^^ us; lor improved means of internal com-^uunicntion; and increased facilities of inter-^ourse with other nations; lor the general^l^revailing health of the year; for the pros-^,^^ritv ol nil our industries: the liberal return^orthV' inei lianti-'s toil, affording n market^^r the abundant harvests ol the bus.Limi^^ne]); for the preservation of the national^ittli nnd credit; for wise and generous pro-^Lsionsto efftit intellectual and moral ed-^.cation of our youth; for the influence MM^fa restraining ami trausforming of religion,^;.nd for the jovs of home lor these mid lor^^Uiiny other blessings we should give thanks,^'therefore. I do recommend the day above^edigiiated be observed through! the country
*a day of national thanksgiving and prarer
.nd that MSnls eense from their daily labor,^..ud ineetingin accordance with their several^:orms of worship, draw near to the throne of^Almightv (iod. offering to Him praise and
ndgratitude lor the manifold good which^Me has vouchsafed to us, and praying that^] In blessings and mercies may continue; and^1 do futher rerommend thedar tliusapiioiiit-^'^i may be made a sticeial occasion fur deeds^^ 4 kindness and charity to the suffering and^needy, so that all who'dwell within the land^may ^ceioice and be glad in this season of^^internal thanksgiving. In witness whereof^i have hereunto set my hand and caused^I ha Malta the I'nited States to lie affixed.^I ^one at the city of Washington this 36th day^ol Oetaaar, in t^he year ol our lord one thous-^and -'lit MatMOa nnd eighty-two and of^tiie ii. iependence of the I nited States the^.. i' In. li'i-d and seventh.
|L.S.| CHKSTKK A. ARTHI'R,^By the President,
1KI.I'Kltl' K T. Kjlkl.lV.H I' YSK N
If(^Jen. Sherman's wishes are car^^ried out, the following forts will re^^ceive the U'lttttit of the annual appro^^priation of *l ,(H*l,^m It will he ob^^nerved there are n^^ Montana |swts^mentioned in the lUt, which fact, sup;-^(^eata that probably they urc to he^ dis^^continue! : Fort Aswinilxiine, Dak.,^ten companies; Holse Barracks, Idaho,^'.our MOMatol Fort I). A. Russell,^t'heytiine, six coni|ianiea; Fort Doiik-^Utah, six com^unies; Fort Oilison,^Indian Territory, four companies;^Fort Laramie, Wyoming, t;ix coin-^MjOlMI Fort Leavenworth, Kansas,^tWoiVO MMMatMM| Little Rock, Ark.,^two eoniiMiiies: ^ladiaou Iturracks,^New Y'ork, ten compuniea; Fort^Marcy, Hanla Fe, New Mexico, two^companies ; Fort Marion, Florida, two^companies; Fort Meade, Dakota, two^companies,- Mount Vernon Barracks,^Alabama, two coinpanieH; Newport^JIarracks, Kentucky, two coinpunies, i^Omaha, Nebraaku, tell companies; -^Fort Itilcy, Kansas, six companies;^Han Antonio, Texan, twelve companies;^M in Diego, California, two coni|^uiea;^Fort Sill, Indian Territory, six coin-^panics; Fort Suelllug, Minnesota, six^MMpMM^| Fort Sully, Dakota, four^nompunies; Fort Walla Walla, Wash^^ington Territory, six companies;^Wn hinirton Barracks, six compHiiiea, '^and i'ort Wingate, New Mexico, six^companies.
OverlajM head of cattle will he 1^driven in Custer county curly the^coming spring. ,
St.Paul is to have a new hanking^institution with a capital of half a^million dollars.
Why were Forts Maginnis nnd^Kcogh left out in the cold in the :^minimi appropriation about being^made^ It would seem the authorities ;^contemplate their curly abandonment.
Theex-Kuipress Eugenie is said to !^he the richest widow in the world. ,^The way she has conducted herself^since the fatal Franco-Prussian war^bus call tl forth the admiration of all^Euroi*'.
Californiamining operators are pre-^paring to hold a grund mining exposi^^tion ut San Francisco. It will he on^the same plan us the one recently held^at Denver, ami may- serve to nwaken^interest in mining enterprises on the^Pacific coast that have l^ecn steadily '^losing ground during past five years.
Thereis no disguising the fuct that^the city is full of thugs ami footpads.^A few nights ago a man was held up .^near ^27^ and robbed of sixty-five ;^dollars, besides several other attempts 1^at highway robln-ry which were un-;^successful. Those symbolic figures,^3-7-77 tire liable to go into effect very^suddenly if this state of things much^longer continues.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in
OVERCO ATS DRY GOODS,
OurStock is by fa, the Largest
allkinds of And \s Complete in Every Department.^OVERCOATS!
OPPOSITEFIRST NAT. BANK.
CommercialMen.^Board $7 a Week.
^^liarin Cvuinrction with tlii^ Uoaar. ^ ^ra^n^Day ami night. .'7
to(10 Each. Cattle Men and Ranchers!
Iy.SI'ItA SI E VOMl'A Jf )'.
PHCENIXFIRE INS. CO.
OFBROOKLYN, NEW YOKK.
TheFinest Ever Brought West of St.^Paul Just Received at 17
I.Orschel ^ Bro.
-CanHara Find Complain Outfits.-
Pumpsof all Kinds
Hote,Pipe. Brm^ and Iron Fitting*,
IBMl It A MOM ( OMPA N V,^OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
PIMPS SET AND REPAIRED,
IVFirfRiaka Solicited on Dwcl'.ings,^Honsehold Goods and Preferred Storks.
Officewith C. W. Savage ^ Co.. Corner of^Main and Sixth Streets, Miles City. 1
OmeralRepairs in all kind* ^f Mai liinor-v^pimp Sliii)t. Sixth Slre^t, l^tween Ma 1^iinit Uridge, Milin City, M. T. I5tt
Jan.H . ^ ol^-mati.
Mill*City i^ MM ^iily town in the^territory that ha* never hud a Ixxun,^and yi-t hIii- i^ procjitTom and ttti-udily^^n.whiK,
Ti prevent the deMeeration of flar-^fti'ld'M 1 .mil, fruiirdH keep vigilunt^wnt'-lt over it atand yet there
arciK-opIc who *tiU cluitu we live in^Mi enlightened aire.
TheHen ton Revftrd and Rfrrr Prem^^r^- jn^i tvow eBKHKnl in a hitter war-1^fare. The lanKua^;e uned ia nut exactly^ia aecordauee with tlie Inatruetiona ',^laid down in I fir n vised edition, and j^^MM thief,^ ^wdumlrel^ and oth^r^^w^f(-He^ nted names nie not found in^the hundny acdi'ioi literature of the j^^Hy. (ieutlemcn, give the public a j
Winesand Cigars,^Or Mixed Drinks
i n KMnV Montana
'h*^.a. Ill akk.^Funnrrlt of Mawr^ami Lrlaud Hotrla^Chliagu, III.
12 OWENS ft COLEMAN, Props.
HALFKOCI FROM fWM DEPOT,
ICacqueen,Young ^ Dearie,
MILESCITY, M. T.
Wehave Received a new lot of
dents'Furnislifli Ms, Hats, Gaps, ~
Ladieswill Find an Elegant Line of
Stapleand Fancy Dry Goods,
Carpets,Wall Paper, and
HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
T siahitd Krvlt Throaikout. '(i,7 tlstrl hsr-^laf Sanij,:- Kurnna lor CuaniMrciaJ
Harman,Holmes ^ GVs Famous