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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 23 October 1884

un River Sun. :D. . .. : p:: .. :..: :...... MA:: .. I per year, Striotlr inAdaneoo.... 60o following is the text of the objectionable article in the pro constitution: S* * All mines and mining both selaoer and in rock, in contalf or bearing gold, il , r, coal, or other valuable all be exempt from n d, Thbat all machin ,a'n mining, and all property Srfece improvements, appurto Sto or upon miningdelaims, which .e .rateand ladndont val th" ale oi the surface ground in said olaims, and tho an nest nroeeds of said mining shall be taxed as provided by y plausible arguments can sought to bear upon this article for or against. But to illus Suppose a party of eastern lsts invest $100,000 in a mine, peling perfectly sure that it is a investment, but prefer allowing mine to lio idle a few years until can develope the property more ply, or they have a chance to sell good figaure. They figure that have no taxes to pay, and all they possibly loose is the interest on money invested. Now, supposin...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 23 October 1884

Sun River Sun. • 7 ... . - "-- - PuIamcs aast TS~IDAT D t srn Sun River Publishing Company f ý.eirnard, formerly publisher Sof Dh X ,a(Idaho) Pioneer, got 'Odih years belind the prison bars for shooting a refractory print. Mrs. W~ ho recently put a ball in the hiee of Joe Keeney, at Gardi ner, was arrested, but Keenoy refused to make any complaint against her, as he says he deserved what he got. He' i in a precarious condition. F. F. Sutherland, writing to the Miner, says that the Little Rockies are a fraud. He had only been there three days when he wrote the letter, e..sequently it is probable his convie tions were rather premature. Wlot e that the New Northwest :n ppt 0 o picture plat, to som etent They are not boeom ing to a ifrst-lass journal, and should be fred out of the offce. " i-'o'-l e Press: To all travelers through Montana and Daiota reser vaepuan Indian's pocketbook is the t.si "black beast." It always con 4siw asrs whioh he expects you to read. Some of the letters cont...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 30 October 1884

SUN KIVER UN. -- - RivgrSug. Agents of the Sun. , iT foUowl named H tlomen ar agont of nI' p +tho -fr"" Job Printing a 8pecialty, .... . . . . lv . SU.. ..VOrTA TR. The .R. e.,Th l for this d.. , ibeSO A.VOk SUN RIVER,_MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTIuOBER 30, 1No, 38. t - t-- -- - - . _ .-. . . ,, . . - - -- -.. - _- - - - _... ._ . ý . . . . . . = . - - :- . . . . ---. - . - . .. e xa-i n e . . . . .. ,. o PBOPI'SIOUNAL CARDS. - . NEWMAN, PIITRIIAN AND HURP.rFON, yon hiver, - Moný:,u. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. r1MdI4ntl of l ell Inmtrnlmnts proe rly nud p .mptl eaecnteaon On #pplirstiun.; tolltio. an; remittlanoe promptly made. AUN RIVER, MONT. jSAAO D. MaoUTOCHON, ATTOItNEY.AT.LAW, Will irerpo ealolit ttttnton to $ntlfnehl? vitg, "" rahtnt ml me.a In the United &tstos Landt Oue. oyOlCE: ALE$ LOCE, IKL.ENA. THOMAS H, CARTER, ATTORNMiY.AT.LAW, Dilee Muan St., Footof Broadway, Irlena, I.T. " .L-- ................. DIL A. F. POOE, DENTIST, groadway, . . Helena, Mont. (ABOVE HERALD O...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 30 October 1884

' Ti River Sun. PlI3LR5*3D 3Y3T fEUND AY AT -0in rlyer, hI\ontana Territory. F - is . is f ta I eadU. m r s I.''il~lijrbo~b lrrine Mthoe t OIOea Yrt adetUWsma~ to be mered for quer. Y u aadmtaboeinQwf1 qepctain ý, e ~ntnaU ýIe detlaN ( m .,.". :Oeorge Steell & Co.'s o Failure, ,;: h lst vers woke up Monday morning, ,tIe tla'nst., greatly surprised at the an. wpoe at that the firm of Geo. Steell i,,.. id failed. The rumor was dis. "ddlied at first to some.extent, as it was thought the arm was perfectly sound, but 1'4rfellthat the Montana National Bank -Ja& l a representative In charge of the ,lieook, and Sherit Gllpatrick was on hand I shia.nutietous attachments, soon dispell. ,.,gl.gal dubtO as to the truth of the state. No one is to blame for the failure. Phil Meals, who got out the first attachment, ;.d i the ball rolling, did so to protect StlMaf, stPbhe thought all was notrgit t dty le way be wasu received at the bank ,..siism bhseasled to ask to be released as a , balee...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 30 October 1884

Sun River Sun. pULIsasa Evavt TaWnUDAT BY TuB Sun River Publishing Company Northern Pacific Time Table ,,Montana Short Line," New Time Tadle Taking Effect June Ist, 1884 TAlIxS AnlUITl POY THt PANT--'IL lqA N o . 1- P n ic U .g ~rea . .. .s p , In . M o u n ta ln t im e No i--Epress (Freight) ..)..........1..:45 m TRAINS 10ING ASIT PROM IeLILNA No Ex ss...... ..........7:: sillt No --xprci (re Klt) ................7103 Pill TRAINGIANNIVK rROM Till WesT 0 'f- ente )In ........... . ':.m4 i ?TAINS8 01N40 WENT IROM Iliki1,NA 180It--.sc .rM .xrpre ............... MA0 pi go t..--Lal (rvljtg t .................. 6W0 in Wickes Branch. r .loickes n t , .. ................... :IS p n1 wT ve ilu.. I ta aily `t ................ .... i0 i i-dve t Wtott ... "...... . ...... . 10x10 - i National Park Branch. (eu inptoa nt ......................ll pm d ns. r a........t Liin ton at .............. 0 ' , 11 n ins Pullman Palnoo and Dining ('rs run thrulah botwern ft. Paul and M.n, saolitn . ItllI itl...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 30 October 1884

STQCK MATTERS T TOCK GROWERS OF CHO. SEATr COUNTY. The. nAtook Growers' Asso. elation a & t e as Executive Comrn - mitte. for 1uot county. One of my dutt is to seolcft membership. I believe the tihos ae ripe or such an organiatiodit.e.lprove successful andbe of lasting benfet to every stock man. In unity of action much good will result I earnestly hope that every stock man that thinks he will beefit himself, his naighbor, or the stoek Interests of Montana, will send me the annual fee $15, and become a member of the Montana Stock Grow ers' Association. R. S. FORD. I- - *- ·-----· OVER THIE RANGES. S"Ia on the Sun river range is in remarkable good condition. NorthW Mg q4anR will be ably rep *JiPtre ,Nqtlonal Stockmen's on which oievenes in St. I 4¢0o 6B18th of next month, by L 9, ord and Hoo. W H.L Mc OornidL It lestimated that if the weather rwiep so that cattle can be qn the ranges and dri'men tob tiway,, that 8,700 carloads of inmab~.bbeeves will be shipped this yJ 4o easter nm...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 30 October 1884

Sun River Sun. ytP B. BALL, ......... ... .......... EnTon HANK E ............... ........ MANA R MS per Year, Strictly InAdvanoe.... $gs. A BREEZY ACCOUNT. the Distinguished Gentlemen on the "Held Up" Coach Con. ducted Themselves. Massena Bullard, of Helena, who on thq Boulder coach that was eld up' on Monday of last week, yes a Butte reporter the following zy account of the affair. He says; Just as we turned a rocky point be reaching the last steep pull of e Boulder divide we heard a voice .ng in tones of command, "Hold your hands and get out of there. ekr' At that moment the coach ped, we heard something "drop," upon looking out saw Col. John on his back near the coach wheel 't rhands and feet held high in air. dge Wade asked what was the mat , and the Colonel replied in tones thunder, "Hold up your hands for 's saker' and scrambled to his t with hands yet uplifted. Again me the command, "Get out, every of you, hold up your hands, and quick about it !" and five masked en, three o...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 30 October 1884

Sun River Sun. Sta' River Publishing Company tf Ca . nt d by a Boa. e3 a olittle bout I had in iA oh*d3ae wit$.a lbar I shan't for got it in a hurry, and I got my first dabs of gray hqirs that day. I won dor I didn't get as gray as a badger. My teeth were as loose as a string of beade for two wooks. Folks thought I had the old home-made Illinois agte IelaP k so wlhenover anybody sung out, '3on.comhng." I was with a party of Englishmen hunting tigers, Jaguars, and leopards, and after an un suooestful tramp through the Junglo and morass, we stopped for a cold snak from the hampers. I grow in fernally sleepy and lazy afterwarl a party loft mo to smoke. I I~nd4jio follow them, and then ea to rtie a reit; the hpranding taes made a grateful shade, and I was safe there from prowling boasts, thbuaties said. Soon I began to have the pleasantest dreams a man ever had, andlI saw the most gorgeous v ilem.; Talk about hasheoosh and gmp smoLtngS they ain't a patching to my feelings. My head droop...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 6 November 1884

UN RIVER SUN. Sun River Sun Sun iv r 1un Agents of the Sun. "n. natdtl elr o rl e aent, f UI N m: . ............auh ...'0 i .e SP Jo lb Printing a Specialty _u,: t (, .:tr, ...... ., .:;,,,..Ca rrvlle "-----------L ·---tur.,I~~- uxnmid a ~ m~a let.Im -ox.lw" ...... '..... ,rck !uPne, r~n l'nnyon, woll nw tyl.e ....nd..............l-.(.ii n ... ...............R.VlrERn) MONTAN TERRITO , h o. 1 h. prlntlnl, Or t do.l o , lae ___._o."' .:':' .... ..... ... .,,,"..",o 7._ IN RIVER,_MONTANA - OEBR7 ~ ;:~ ___TERRITORY, THURSDAYNVME 6: 1884, O 38, un.h. oht.t.im...' %fld S"° .S .O. ... ...,...a, Dupayer (reek - - . . .n orNplie nMe s.a wntf r x aNw" BOFESIONAL CARDS. NEWMAN, pIYSICIAN AND SURBGEON, ,- -Mont.na. AS ROSBE, JUSTICE or TEL PEACE. I, of 1egal intrumente properly and _1 dimlltt'noo pr romptly mndeul. SUN RIVER, MONT. p, MoOUTOHEON ATTORNEY.AT-LAW, e spxInl ntt.ntIon to nnvryrnn#h,-a. [on, witer rlltand bulinetJ In. the UJlted States Lund OUtao. 0OALEN DLOCE, HELENA. AS H, CARTER,...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 6 November 1884

Sun: River Sun. IMLISUD aSTUT TUU3SDAT AT Sun River, Montana Territory. £A ysrtsuIe(G Darse. in t .I i t tI a.. Is.L I "[ I l Ito awe"sea ta readla matter, a cents e i enta Sor line tor Int in. ts aratr linl enacheoqoent onwa nted, and other similar e nt stbe a in ad ferldeements to be settled for quar , eeaand othersw.w.vo e . SUNBEAMS. Fre. s hmea at J. a. McKnight o Co.'s. Caun6ll ad Baldwin ran away ahead of their.tl.oets. MI. bfarles Cooper has gone to Mem. phis, No, on a visit. fAs IiteiLng service was held at Fort Shai Sabbath evening last. Ira 1-yers, the Great Falls lumberman, was n ib1wn the past week. ea1ppio p ooered 10 to 5 and 20 to ii on la going for Blaine. The crowd were very noisy and demon. strative,.but very good natured. Bt,,~l.iver precinct polled fifty more votes g year thin ever before. JoefThbomaioh, of Fort Shaw, paid the ISuklN a yvisidt one day thls week. OMtadonders'of liquid refreshments, all sesnmt*tea enjoying a lucrative trade. P~clftidly speakiag, W...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 6 November 1884

RN KIVER SUN. ramso E PTlrY TRISUDAY 3 THU iver Publishinlg Company hern Pacific Time Table ,,Montana Short Line." Imne Tadle Taking Effoct June I st, 1 884 tS AiIl frttOE TU UAST--IUlI.nA tac tixppreas.,..8. p. i. .Montulnb time Express (Freight)..............11:45 a Im nA 1. 1 tO rAR T 'ORU M IItRLINA Aantic Expr.......... ...7:mn n t gpr ltess (reg ) ...........7to pm TIAINIARNItlE IFROM TilMR WEST .tlsntilE p le ý .................R:. n ii Sfr tht ...................12:T6u it AINS OJING WIMT FItOM II.LENA Spre.e. ......p.. .... :p Frolptit) :................tm1ani Wickes Branch. Sele. at ................. ...4:1n p m natk ,... ... . . ..... 2:i t, m - nl. y at ...................V:4 ia m " p t .t ...............p ..1U. . i m National Park Branch. on at.................... 2:1i pm _ nbr at....................11a p in Fat.................... n ....:: it i ng.to nt ...........2....... .:: pm jPllrsn nod D)inlng ('tr nl, te thirough Spaul andl non, apl. t and fltarllt on Atlintou an...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 6 November 1884

STOCK MATTERS To TIE s'6'CK GROWERS OF CHO S B. AU COUNTY. The MX an Stock Growers' Asso elation elected me as Executive Corm miwse fa OChoteia county. One of my 4uties is to solicit membership. I believe the times are ripe for such a aorganisation to prove suoceseful adbe of lasting beneft to every stock man. In unity of action much good will rtsell I earnestly hope that very stook man that thinks he will bear6t himself, his naighbor, or the steak interests of Montana, will send m thea annual fee $15, and become a member of the Montana Stock Grow ees' Amssolation. R. 8. FORD. -0--- Ot33 THE RANGES. Does It Pay to Feed 9 Thepraetiee of feeding and shelter ing stook the winter through has rare ly, if eve,, reselvei s, maeh earnest eom{sidrmtfp i rqnobmen as the pmmentyear. Feeding has undoubt edly mad6 many convert., mostly among the smaller cattlemen, who emoant aford another such loss as they suffered I~ winter. We have noteed this articularly in the south ern oontid 1wIr e new cat...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 6 November 1884

SUN RIVER SUN. DAVID . HALL ..I.. ............... ... . EDITO 91 I HfANKS, ........................ MA.Aeo ,ago, per Year, Strictly InAdvanco.... $..0 The commissioner of Indian af fairs, in his annual report, says: .Three million acres of the Crow ree erstion in Montana can be given to sttlers, and it should be disposed of snd the proceeds invested in stock for the Indians. A court also should be stablished among them. The com missioner advises more stringent easeures to prevent occupation of In dian lands by the whites, and asks that laws in regard to timber depre dations be applied to coal lands. Hie davisea the payment of $80,000 to the Indians for damages in constructing to reservoirs at the headwaters of thMissiesippi." Weo do not see that ten ommissioner has anything to say oo the reduction of the immense bgan reservation in: northern Mon las, of which the few red men who claim it are willing to give up any part in consideration of better treat= ment at the hands of the gover...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 6 November 1884

Sun River Sun. Posassn aZr TnonI 1SA1t rT Sun River Publishing Company J Cllmabng a Steeple. Sma,. stys a steeple climber, to rep6ter, bannot pg up a steeplo as se eolmbs a telegraph pole. In the first place he cannot reach around the spire, and, secondly, if tile spire Is shingled, a man in attempting would undoubtedly meet with an accident, for the shingles, being unusually d , epyod, would not hold the weight ( i lis body. The way to roach the top of a steeple without the aid of a lad der or a staging, would be to go in side the spire and climb to the high est point, and then make an aperture. Out of this hole a piece of joint could be run, and a tackle fixed for a boat swain's chair. The man could then be "d$da tihe outside up to the appw ;.a sad from this point, by standing in the chair, he could plnee a trap around the spire, into which he eoold..~pa te tackle, and by degre.s reach the top. It is strange that In climbing a stem theraois an uncontrollable do sre obt down, and I...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 13 November 1884

---W --."'~.-__ ~ lC o.-- '--·- .... .... ".-.'' "1 "= ,=-·- .L '. -. °: " ~i R iver Sun. SU .. ........ n mhe v no P rinting . ' ....sR1 RIVER SUN. ........ .............. S U N ntnut . ..(',:.- ' h'''oka Ca, -.f" ,,..f~j N.... . ..e..ý.. . ý,,........ . p'a,.. VOL --i,......_.' ~ VOL..........., SUN RIVER, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1884, No 39, h:o .... . .. p.e Crea - -k ..- .. .ý ,~f~ttT.ýo a I LFt1AT. ¶.?i,,.,... I .. `___ PROFE4uo6iAL CARDS. 1 Ag9MANL a. 'pggICIAN AND BURGEON, c*. - Montaso . , . j. T Zo fol 1 T HE P EA C E. ea1t ororf 1 tants proa l an S0ad u Nat mion, uYx lITER, MOsT. .1WSUTOHEON, SATrOENZY-T.LAW, ATTORNEY-AT.LAW, Al. an f assenr.t.r.o, fcag A. i. TOOJ'8. DENTIST, y, * Helena, Mont, (UAovE HEEALD omaE) 0il W. WADS, .521l!! LARW AND mENIRAL SBnYaIO3. ulnde h mnrlng at S nnoWIver e:d vl or ve prompt attention. a edON AJakson, lItlena. SOTARY PUBLIC & U. S. LAND ATT'Y. promptly attended to. Florence, Montana. ARILEaS G8HWEND, PASHIONADLE TAI...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 13 November 1884

Sui `River Sun. ýýtai~riD mNTI TIU5SDAT AT 4 t!t .qre, Montana Territory. • nli, ,.; o nA..i, St to I anaestos a r.sdins matt"r, s cents _ to met no ad. ti S to be settle for int I :r ..T8TEST RAYS. Pre hbm at J. a. McKnilght On.'s. e>Wekly Wtrnd is to be re. I' 4ltle girl is very il, we Spj1l 0 ueM w .drives the Sun River .0. . MoKnight & Lb. sell picked ap. Sikl ba built a tin beak, but It is. mgn t 4sdldbld who lbaldl wear it. I . W obu has ad his resdonce clap. Sbrlt the coming winier storms. St1 o. are getting an Im. of lumber In their 'rd A. J. Vance of Twenty Eightbt.Nile SIOE to start a livery stable eei has just received everal fi ' best bethetig toves. Call and gy, * Pastor's Ald Bociety will Y of Mrs. Will Hanks dlbi l fndg, ]yd. 18ti t S.:80 p.m. rtuened from what has anr g r visit to Chotean last lL.'bl hlGibson did not return with °'Ir ; WKthdfWrbig tea party will !a'lg.al.ei 3i. churchr e Thanks. Nov. 17th. All are cor. failure of George Steell & Co. is C n...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 13 November 1884

Sun River Sun. Port.tia BENv TacUDAs aT Tll Sun River Publishing Company Northern Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Time ltdle Taking Effect June Ist, 1884 VIRRIN A00hN fslO van !A5T-LrAgg Nu. 1-Paclif E1,presa...8 p. m. Mtountuin tinme Ns j-zpnrrss( regnht) ..............11:45 m UAIIN OINO IAAT PROM IItXLiN. IN 4j-sprHss (freight)..."'.... ...5 m ) ........ x .:1 pm TRAINS ARRIVI PROM THa WraST 1ý--l. tm. t............... 12. Om TRAIS GOING WnrT PtROM tntL.NA No 1-Pcifc Exlfpy ............... e0pm !.s-1_P (ret r_.t) .... ... mp Wickes Branch. A Jrrs IN sl"flRat .............16.. im leave.c~lr pooe..t"., "": .... 2:.n". S..................... aOam National Park Branch. LJs LvInagsto.n at............2118 pm Arrive at Cltir at .............. ti _m Jave.Cl R1 t....tgrptn.... Arrive tt ..................1 p i Sf i om 1IHtl to Portlad, 38 ~oors; to St. peaJll, i I ; _nC iel o . 70 hour,. 8. G. PULTO , General Agent. THURSDAY. NOV. 18. SUNBEAMS. Mr. Jacob Schmldt, of Choteau, w...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 13 November 1884

.-STOCK MATTERS TO T1E STOCK GROWERS OF CHO TE U COUNTY. Stook Orowez' Aso as Exeeadve Colm d county. One of at dutie s to solioit membeship I believ the times are ripe lir such a organi tlon to prove successful and be of lasting benefit to every stock IP la unity of actionu muob good f: t I earnestly hope that "vr stock man that thinks he will bemed himself, his neighbor, or the dodr Interests of Montana, will send ,rs*p* m.aasl fee $15, and become a member of the Montana Stock Grow •liý ortion. i. IS.- oRD. Wha is it has no &u0 abode IWho t .lod- An errant gstt w ithoat a codet W" " O itf when the drive is done Will or a howli$ boder. ''19 tob i'H paints the town so red, and in the morning hasa head Upja him lke a feather bed? Tho eowboy. t ubou nded skill E e llet. with a wlo c S hsvethe effet to killl ' sbo er a r' w ho ar bl j y rh a "ivfe -N. M. Stookgrowe. d Restswe emnse. wloest on.] ,oode se 6A4'e d sa nusn this year' i t e odas being a litte bl o the on hI.beld. ~t .8t...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 13 November 1884

Sun River Sun. ia B Aj.LD L ....................... ;.E gD tT O t WIWttANI, ......................... MA AoI. ,J, per Tsar. StriotlinAdvancoo.... 8.00. Thanksgiving Proclamation. The seasmeon is nigh when it is the wnt of this people to observe a day pPointed for this purpose by the president, a especial occasion for t1aagiving unto God. Now, therefores I, Chester A. Ar hur, President of the Unlited States, do h'ebY designate as such day of pastl thanksgiving, Thursday, the glth day of the present November; sad I do recommend that throughout the land, the people, ceasing from ,eir ascustomed occupations, do then keep holiday at their several places of wrship, and with heart and voice pay sevrent acknowlegment to the giver Sall good for the countless blessings 5jsrewith he has visited this nation. Done at the city of Washington, D. 0., this 7th day of November, in the year oour Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-four, and of our Independence the one hundred and ninth. Cazerrs...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 13 November 1884

W U UIIALL KNOW ALL (Owen teralithb.l Wh-st we Arst love, you know, we seldom wad. T nme auk us ala Aud lie, Indeed, is not tie th'st we pllanei it tnt ere hope was Awl usle, we women cannot c.ooes ourlot. Suesb snrt be borne whlh It is hard to ber; tleem'hcay which It were sweet to ku4 a l .bo netl. In'eed, His care. MlJJI know, tl Shepherd love H.s liUtthb hi f 1be.ns tt habble now V me y knee his earliest infant prayer. Slag his ather's edgelr eers I know. dl~lPMf to, ha meothr's sunny hair. 31ot ti i·dt p ell and smiles uron my knee, Lad I eaiflte ishllgu.b.th come anol go, I Iso h. (Ho ,en I;p af pity Iel) Who loyed em and whom lluved, long asig Who mlghthav been * e ab, what I , i ~ a~ . Godsaudad for us hrt. ' Rs":T 'll e u umnly sor thekret. us wome n t, Iot f so appear •lt o a. e an d some too gay p n rSa omA s some (woes an hard Who hems the gpast and who can judge assighti emn wp ijged by what we might have . r t weare;, tooattofaltl ls ad etwen hu a a. In eaven we T1t DO...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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