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THE LYJQ N.
S y, l hvember i8, t ai8.
TlIlE OFFICIAL .PPF.: " I'I .' C 1COUNTY.
!e hill last Tuu 1ymewbagRJoNatmA.
The edter of TuAn auijnoaU3s Jar SAL Is
t n In o . t he epln. m r a tM
osIn b gi t all msne that Tn
VhAWTulntr S JOU RNAL btlets cod e t fti
the gevemor of not an to II all moe
It.leutslarg of waote er oae eboMi to d
r.*r count; and ale Is the derlsen an enty
paper In ~'utr county l which errvios by puWtIl
atlon can be -legyt made, Legal maldes pub
Iihed Ina other ppae i Cemmtor elty an said
asmd worthless, as hs bon delded by the oseet of
The preui. ent of the Layled State. has
.sieinuated Thursidnay the anh day of Norem
tlhr next a. aday io public t ul via,
and reoommtentds the .deervane. of ad day
,,b the people, In the lollowing approprie
"Whebrelre Ido recomaid tha the day
:shove igated be ebsrnd thraughest
t he ouutry at a day of national thandgiv
ing and prayer, and the people ewing from
t heir daily labor and meeting In aercordance
with their general forms of worship. draw
near to the thronea of Ataighey tld, eartag
to Him prnimand gratitude for the manlfold
goodmnee to whLchMe hea voacbhsfed to nr,
and praying that I1ll ble.ing' and mneraele
may continue; and I de forther reommend
hlist the day thrn appointed Iom nadea special
occasion for deeds oS kindness and charity to
Ihe sutring and nedy, s that all who dwell
within the land nmay rejoice and be d ia
t hlis ~aaon of national thankslivtng.
I, B. V. 'Pots, governor of Montana terrl.
tory, do reuest the plople of Montana to ob
erve said day in aecurhac w nith the recoom
umendation of the jprsident.
In witness whereof I hla'v h r ... * se t mi
hand and caused the great ( a. . t. tert
forj tobe aited
Done at BHelena, the capital, this, the 17th
"ay of November in the year of our Lord
..ne thousand eight hundred ad eighty-two.
and of the Umied Stas of America td e -
hundred and seven b.
By the grevernor, B. V. POTTS.
Iease D.McC I sow, Secretary.
In Wt. Louis yesterday three coun
terfliters were senteooed to the peni
tentlary hr three years for cireulating
Freight is now being carried on all
the railroads running between Omaha
to Chicago at the uniform rute of
fifteen cents per hundrfl pounds,
without any being tnnm.d :is to grade
William F. Cody, known as Buftkli
111l, has been telling the hnmesm of
%ebrwwka that General Custer commit
ted suicide. It Is safe to predict that
Bill knows a much about that battle
as a Mil.s City yellow dog.
Vennor, the Canadian weather
prophet, is deserving of credit for the
quality he has been furnis.lng Mon
tans the past few wc4kh.. ,rl,': people
would like to s.e V.: ,, , vanished.
We think hhi a \ ..!rih.n iccens.
A New York nutli wv.nt into the
rrnwn of two young ladles aft -r dark
and tickled their feet. The girls of
course laughed, but the old man had
him sent to prison for two months fbr
breaking and entering In the aight
The New York daily papers have
had tile manlines to come out quarely
and tell Ms. Lantry that she b .,t
an aetres, net even a fourth rate one.
The variety girls of the country no
longer allude to her as one of the
Charles J. tuitea pledleted in
court, when sentence of death was
pronounced upon his guilty head, that
tsrkhill would yet have his day. The
recent suspension of that dlgnatary .r
parleipatlio In star mate pste,.
would Indicate the arrival of the day.
Two New England girls have writ
ten a book entitled "Where Wild
Vlowers Grow." The editor of the
Olendive Msem could doubtleMa tell
where one wild Skower hkwnmne, as he
at down on a cactus plant lat Sunday
while on bks way homw hem church.
The New York 7ri.i, the sauiest
little daily it the eountr, ym seed by
msne Injured youth, who thought that
$10,000 would eas his wounds. The
JIry mwaded hinm bS Not satlsled,
be k to Ibve aoth tCal, at vhlehb it
is hoped be will get what Tug Wilson
An Arkanuu editor advocated
thlmagh the columns of his paper the
*ideistr C. R. Brekenrtlge to Con
Irass. hia ws eleefed, a.d the editor
Wnllg tu~.lpy lemunegaltlon for bL i
emed a s teedt.
hL. .!her Im .bUti
sar w mlse bles-at She l nts W
-ase td bm ,. mvra ty Lea g
try. W at a pity b rin s et a mar
ketable commodity, that a little could
be dealt out to thse young men with
The nmelad war between eastern
Ulnes about L an end. The poten
tates are becoming tired of carrying
sopie over the country in palace ean
for nothung and have agreed to agree,
in the language of a Miles City sport,
there's nothing in it," and will in a
o-w days tax passenger the same old
stlpend per mile.
The first lese the Chicago iDer.
iag Journal, the only theatrical and
sporting publication in the northwest,
has Just reached this offiee. It is a
handsome publlcation, well filled with
interesting matter. The proprietors
are F. B. Adams and C. C. Corbett,
the latter an old veteran in the Journal
isle field sad a writer of ability.
The railroad war which has been
going on at a lively rate will probably
terminate within the next few days.
Them ocessional outbreaks are a direct
benefit to the traveling public. Chicago
merchants were also particippts in
the benefit arising from the bloodless
war, the residents on all the lines of the
roads makingfrequent tripe and heavy
purchases during the cutting in freight
and passenger tariml.
Leo Ehrleb, St. Louis, has Invented
a combination letter sheet envelope.
Some Inventive genius will doubtless
try to Improve on It by getting up a
letter already written, or so arranged
that by folding it and holding in one
hand and placing near to the ink
bottle while the other hand is attached
to a galvanic battery, letters on any
ubjeect, froenm love to election contests,
can be written with lightning-like
A Butte editor, writing to his paper,
says that one man to Thompson,Mon
tans, is the postmaster and express
agent, runs a ferry boat, keeps a res
tauLtrit, operates a lodging house,
oflic.at4 as justice of the pesace, owns
the towasite, attends to enustomers In
his general merchandise store, is nor
respondent of an Oregon paper, a real
estate agent, and has strong intentions
of going into the eattlhgbusinas. Mon
tealss are nothing if not rustlers.
The Garfield monument fair was
formally opened in the rotunda of the
capitol yesterday afternoon by Pres.l
dellt Arthur, who criticised the mana
gert for not securing a place better
adapted for holding such an exhlbl
tion. Portraits of Garfield, Grant,
Blaine and Historian Bencroft occupy
plaes of prominence, also pictures of
Mrs. R. B. Hayes, whose husband Is
maid to have ones been president, and
Queen Victoria, The fair will doubt
lera be a success.
The cable announces the enactment
of another tragedy in unhappy Ire
land,wlthout doubt the wast goveMeed
esautry In the world. The Irish people
are natuorlly n industrious and thrifty
clas of people, their country is a
superior one for cattle and agricultural
pursuit, yet in face of all these ad
ventsges a fmine ooeeu there every
few years, the cause of which can be
directly traced to an Infamous goveran
meat and a rtten system of land
lordism, both of which must eventually
It is now believed In Dedwood that
Gilmore, the murderer, will not hang,
and that his sentenes will be eom
muted to imprisonment for life. If
such proves the case It will show the
power of a woman's work, sad Oil
more will owe his Ufe to Mrs. Colonel
Tracy, the brave little lady who has
fought down the stnmg feelag that
Deadwood people entertained against
the deser of the Mexican, Orts, and
though every discourageuent has been
thrown nla her way from the outset,
she has nobly labored I• his behalf and
fr his ik, and em Th Mlay last trl
umsphatly seat to the Prelsdent a
petition, praying for executive elem
eny for the unfortunate young man,
amdsgd by nearly every resident of
the Bpk Hills.
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r *wr 3s nesi asr s .b ts tsli
I I II =uuIT,
This mw nl . r.Mlly esetld Retal hM te.
p to ths pl U MA.r huslu
Everything First Class
SAn as meom amaniag. to t
ptiem of this homes.
Fine Satin Lined
Fine Fur Collared
FINE PRINCE CHARLES
ALL KINDS OF
t. Pl.ae le sme .of t
PhI Os R ueset a a
0L lOrsokI t Bro.
Whoksale and Retail Dealers in
Are~meri Ig , Etc.
Our Stock is by far the Largest
IN EASTERN MONTANA.
And is Complete in Every Departmnt.
Cattle Men and Ranchers!
---ogsa w N elm F Oempelk odn -
We have Received a new lot of
Gllst Faisin Good iats, Cap
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladies will Find an Elegant Line of
Staple and Fancy D Goods,
Carpets, Wall Paper, and
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Lq a . --4. a
IRlarnuim Oes 's Famous
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