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THE DAILY JOURNAL
MILEs Cwry .VO.'TAYA.
Wednesday, October i, :66.
No b111 4galnat Tim VaI.IOnWn45 3ul RIitL.
*nnlracted byany of the oiiployua of said patrr, or
..t ,*m, will l pn rmcnlrigd Iuik·.n ai".wpanihd l.
a written *.rnler signed Is~ iihe punli .li'r.
The editu.r of 4ti: vi uaalsi JtoitnNtt. I%
inot rtelwniible for as,, Iw tofI, e opnl~iiW. or utter
: 0io Its forrapoadeuta
Notice I. hereby gliven to all concerne that Ttte
YILLaiWUO K JtOI'X.%L hlIs the contract from
.l(. ,enrfnlor of Mlontlan to duF all jprint tIg ailn
irorlniaing of whal",.-r nature charwcatdt to ('Cua
totr euunto ; and als is the de..tgnated and *.ii'n
Japer in Cuater ,omnty in A hitch uorrteea Ivy Isildi
e ttlon ran he 6"g00y mader IA-931 nis c.. put.
tihod in tither papr- r f Cslter county are mid
atad .nqtblea. a' has barn detded by Ie esutrt' of
Cuulw Oeu g_ Repusfcsn TIkct.
For I)..luara gt ('o.lrznesa.
ALEX. C. BOTKIY.
For Itistridt .ltttotruM
ANDREWE~ F. lil'RLEIGII.
For1 Sh "itf.
A. 13. CURRY.
Fur Clrk and Rtecrscr,
L. S. TAYI.4RID
F,.r Prolate Judlge,
IA. C. STA F.!! L.E,
r..r (County Commnmlhm.oren
C'. W. IIOk. fur short tefiui.
JOSEI'u' LI:OTON. for tong Ge ri.
.L0ŽUZ(O !utNf.I.. for long tern.,
For uper'rtntcndent of P'ubillc Instructlon.
A. C. I.OGAN.
I hereby nnlinomllle self as a cnn
didate for the oilce of i.herill of ('us
ter ('HoIn. 3lMolltala, subject to the ;
de isioL of the voters of the county at
the next geuerul elchstion.
3liles City, Aug. 19, 1.98. 3Ttf
I hereby annlounll myself a candi
daute for tlhe ofthee of C('unty Clkrk of
'uster ('county subject to the deelsion
of the voters of the said counIty ait the
t usuing general election.
LI. ;. TAYLoRt.
Miles City, M. T., Aug. .It, '~2. 37t.
THLE DA I L YELIAw TON I: JU It'AL
i+ presented to the citizen.s4 of \iles
'lity tlshis morning for their cnlsihlera
tion. Inourjuldgment, tetIi l 14 iow
ripe for the establihnc1e:r of a dully
ilmorning paper in this city. Arrange
ments only recantly pla.rA.t .1, have
,anabled us to secure the franchise of
the Western Assocx*ted Press, which
will hereafter supply the 1L).il.v
JOtR.AL with all the iattest telegraphic
new.4, and the citizens of Miles (ity
have now the privilege of dillseulng
the Inatet news of the worlil with their
t?,ff and bui-'uits, a prilehrge they
should not full tl availl tIhe .selves of.
While we shall work for the welfare of
c:ater county li general, we shall at
;AIl times eslwuse the I.Nt inlterests of
Miles City. We shall .tuke t rlsreial
feature of kocal halppenings and will
Snudeavor to give the news of the city
in a condensed and concis, form. In
-o doing we will neither fear our ene
titles or favor our friends, but will en
,leavor to ipulblish news. We start out
se-day with a goodl paving _ireu
lion and holeK our Ihlinm-, nlenl
:ppreelate our et.fbrts to give t.-
live and sphily lIly a.per in whleh to
This nmornilg we lre~ent the first
u.tiibet of tihe YELL ,OWuTO,. DAILY
.IOIRNAl to the citizens of Custer
.*ounty. T'he W: I:sl y .TIIRNAL helre
4)for, I...- pursu~el the teventl tenor of its
,ay regardless of politieal nafliationa,
lndi ll.apported such nllIt as seemed
'..t fitted for the io.itio(lL in county
alttkir. that they aspired to. In a new
commlnunity lhere st.eilusl to be no call
for strict party lines. We now see the
necessity of party organisation, and
with this issue the JorRSAL places
itself squarely on the repultiius plat
iforn. We do this from no selflaf
motive., but because Ire are convinced
fromn the lat two years' experienee
that no .an should be c:tll' ( to Ont
Melal ploltion who is not accounltable
to some politIcal party for his ,prefr- I
nitent. ThI oergaalsatlo of tie repub
ilean party lr complete, and perflet
harmony hb attended all their meet
Inla awl oenveutioa. The nosalnl
tios fr eumaty elema are xeeption
ully good and hbow that the party
leadsl in Catnur m y thwreughly
nmderamud the situation and are .de
termatae4 to win it good msn, and
endewve ea a.suaaplluh aay
Tb nwmlmatiun of Alen. C.
., i I delegate to engro.u Is in
tts Mlas gg/ s of emsm mand every
wheir Is edyi out the .sid support
SthePm hsbun party.
galg lg 4 t" tidt, e ...., sh, the
THE c.AN D.4rE'S POITZIOX.
The apathy manirlrted by candidate
for the different county oMaes In the
beginning of the campaign ls giving
way to active work as the canmpaign
p)rogre . Candidatea, by virture of
their lswitionl before the people, are fit
s..bects for rigid eriticism for they oc
cupy lwsitions that very prI.prly
makes theme public targets. No mau
should run for office whose record will !
not bear close scrutiny, free criticism
andl open ventilation. Ilillliry into
the flitiess, hones(ty and c*lharacter of
a candidate, by the Ipeople and for the
people is uadnis.-ah!e and right. At
the *olls the voters are jurors who
ballot iland decide between oplpo~lig
calldidates andl there is no appeal fronl
Sthe de.uision of a free ballot. Hence,
in order to deserihninate betweenl tlhe
gool anl d 1ha1d cl dllidate, liln oiln d'Ils
cu.hsSion of the ciiniis of each cadlidate
is proper and Indispensable that the
people naity judIge intelligently of the
merits of the mIen who ask their suf
frage4s. If a e lndidhlate's reordl is
dark anld vain, and full of crookedniess,
that lenlidate iliust sutler the eonie
i quencies whenL the people go for hhll,
and if he has failld to cover up his
dirty liand deceptive tricks of the iast
he will reap the reward of the lni
SImell.ll4l, and defealt will surl !y over
take hiill. I'roftsi.nlns of reforl just
before all election are thllin subterfuges,
and the people, mlindful of the exleri
e.l.es of the past, will deal out cold
blooded justice at the bllot-Io)xes iiI
Bill Nye, of the LariaLnie lll omerung,
, is one of the nllost lirrolielleLt characters
in V.yonlling. Hlis motto i.: Onei
!country, one flag:, aind one wife. In
it' lice oif this Bill Nye is reported to
ibe seriously consid.erit ig a proposmitionl
to settle in i'tah.
Mr. John F. Finerty, a well known
(hicago journalist, who recently estalr
Isluled the ('ili:rc, a paper ldevoted to
the cause of Irish iIndelpe'deice*, has
been placed in n(llioination by the Irish
elemnent, in the fL1tmuld C'ongrshsional
i istrict of Illinois, who have pledged
hinm 5,4MN) votes. He thas accepted, and
will doubtleis e hele*tedl.
Jack ('auter, uoe of the must skillful
and best klnow~n forgers, who has been
a Jail bird nearly Iluif his life of sixty
(odd years, has Ibeen released from the
Phliladelphlii penitenltiary, after a long
,ternm of eonflanement. Some say he
\has $40,0ll1) with which to sustAli his
new statioln aUs a private geitlemaun.
He is well .ducatl, anud writes und
alpaks several languages, has traveled
a good deal and llingled in witl! good
Pmronillent stoeknen just arrived at
St. Louis, from the IlUdIiaL territory.
repo|rt that the lute protracted dry spewll
has beenll somewhat disastrous to the
eattle uponl the range. . The ralnge Ie
camne very dusty and dry, and there
was ascur.ity of water. Thile grass was
dry u aliost Inligestiblle, aild(' for
the stomach becamlle fever
inlg black-leg, mlurritil and
1 fever. The grass Ilas again
become grcen, and tihe cattle generally
A. Leaveniwort special says: "De
signs are lnow being shown for a large
granil : ioniumenLt which is to be
erected over the grave of Jesse W.
James, the noted train rolbr andd bandit
It will be of red granite, anid stands 14
feet high.. The siame "James" will be
cut n large ruaised letters on the la.e,
and "My Hushalnd and Our Father"
on tihe die; also "Jesse James; Died
April 8, 181]2, Aged 34 years, 3 months
and eight days." A Muscatine, Ia.,
firm has the contract.
MiRn Rsl"y Sewanr, a daughter ofan
ex-Solieltor of the Tretmury, became a
great favorite with Win. H. Heward
while be wam Hecretary of State, and
subwequently acompa.lnlied hin during
hil tour aruuiln the world. Mr.
Steward, lit him will, Ihequcathed her
$(0,000on etulitinm thut ish should
Iadopt his name. She accepted the
money, adopted his name, and now
remumem to marry because she will not
!nhnaeut to change her name. At
present abe li Italy, studying the
old monasteres of that country.
A most tenrble tragedy occurred at
ft. Louis a few days linee, when Col.
~layback, of the kldlng Iw firnn of
J.ruehead, Blayluk A HaCleuml was
ahot mo4 latautlX klled by John A.
(Cowe lt. managlg editar of the Poll
DifqatCo. Col.layback was one of
the most brllliant, talem ad popular
mea of Momss , md will tb remno
beret br all who bav ew @ wPt a
a -r atLkeUMi-Lte a w
Sbemtber 9a. heum t the
^JLAft & L d
w--w wWM V ^ * 11
We have raeelved a copy of the Dal
yC OCpIal, :ameatown's new paper. It
is a very nat sheet, and filled with a
class of reading matter that comparea
Sfavorably ilth any paper published la
Dakota. Ric.ess, to it.
The flozetnan COburicr haI capled the
the climax The Nrcrw' head was bad
enough, hlat the (burklr's-great Clto
ier! what arsight it presents. Oscar
Wi'lde is no where Ibside Alderson, for
pure, inadullterated, .sthetieistm ; it
is worse th:in IlillinIts dust.
The IIel(na f ldcl,,wdlcnt says: "It
is the (arrest desire of the people o;
Montnlin, lloll the line of the North
ern Pawific railroad, that Jay Cooke be
invited by ' lie c'mlnpay, niext year, to'
drive the : st upike oil the completioni
of the prean' t enterprise of the a(,e-of
which lie was the projector, and by
which he lost his entire fortune. The
citizens of Helena would give him a
most hearty weleiine.i"
Engliilnr Melville's connulbild infeC
lieti(sw % ill (dprive him of miuch of the
hliero-worVhliip, which would have fallen
to his lot, had they Inot ilevelot.le into
a public saudiul. In this, if lie lie
bliaielessii . li the nlatter, he is to lie
piittidl ; but, in expres.ilng desire to
latdl aiiotlher expleditilon to the North
P'ole, lie criates a sutipicion that lie, as
well at his wife, should be sent to an
asylun for lunlltis.
Open Day & Night
This Restaurant is Conducted in a
Strictly First Class Manner. We also
Ihave for rent some elegantly
Furnished Sleeping Rooms
1 J. LEVI, Psp ismI r.
Col & 3o1e Co.
A. J. F. Ehrich, Supt.
1I now prepared to fiirihb Coal and Stone on Tm
ne.diate notice All ord.rr Ilur c.al left at the
resideNce at Mr. .h rich, on Pleasant ktret, or at
I LAehchr's Clly Drug mtore. or I. Nado's 0tore, on
a.rk 8ha et, willcelve prompt attention.
Gcr. Sixth and Pleasant Sts.
4WOifr 1 t Iarr A. Comr' Book Stem, Maia
SBt.et, Mill City.
Try th "hId Jaeket Coal and you will um rs
ether, Thie iot in the mariket. 43
Dr. C. B. Lebcher,
1sWICrIAM oI CA.OL.
1m Ra smst ad M ^ b ^"
vim ...he '
C1 W, SAVAGE & SONS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Grocer, Liur:, Ec.
Our Stock is by far the Larges
IN EASTERN MONTANA.
And is Complete in Every Department.
Cattle Men and Ranchers.!
e. HMee Flad Complst ODit.
We have Received a new let of
BOOTS AND SHOES*
Ladies will Find an Elegant Line of
Staple and Fancy Oy Go00
Carpets, Wall Paper, pd
HOUSE FURNISHING GOO ' ,_
SHarman, Holmes & Co's Famous
Sauk Center Jouia
..., -, A .t u'" . if