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MttMBCITY, MOST AS A.
Wednesday,October 18, 1882.
NoJiilN AiM.hnt TltK YK! IO\lST(^\K JofKNAl,^^ f tiUiU t^ 'l by utiy ikflit* employe* of pO|Hi\ or^^.! IhT^, will lv rvcitffn UmI NftwMft; ^NOMpMUtt b|^^ nritttn ^^r^l^^r signed kw tlx- |n.lili-l^T.
Ih^- ciliT-.r i-f Tin: Vki Li^w.si^i\k Joihnai |^^not rfxpoiioibk1 l^^r any nf tin- it|^iiiii*i^* t^r tuirr-^.iiki-i nf il* ci^rre^|K^H'lei]U
N^iti^ i i^ Irrtvliy firm to all concerns, innl Tlir
VlLl ^W^T^NK Joi KNiL bol^Ucontract ftWM
l|MgwtteVMf *i M^!il;ni.i i^^ Aa print log himI^. ..vcrti*inK of VtMAl Wf MtSIt ctuuvi-uMo t^ Cut**^i-Tcouhm ; ami RgM is the li'-sictHtUMi ^n.l ^f'-v^j i|m-r in i'u^ter comity in w h it'll ec rvicn l#y pttM!*^^-it ion fi*n U* t^fi^iliy Mslt, loffpl IMntiCfcnpi: I - ^^i -ii.;d in other 1 iu;fc r^ of ^'ii*i^t ^-^^^tnty Ml ^'^^'^Mid w^^rthlr^v a* bus Utn ^U\id^^t by l'M' ceurti of^Montuuk
CusterCounty Republican T.c!:ct.
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ForIM-tritt Allortipy,^AXlUtKW T. MKLKIUH.
ForfwaSMSS,^A. 11. ( L'kry.
Forrirrk ami I'.i turJor,^L. L TAYLOR.
r.r County CWSMSSSSSSISi^C. W IIOKi:. lor ^ li.irl tenu.^J0SK11I UOUHTOff, MlMgtMM.^kl/XKtO M^ Xi;il., for long term,
ForSufK'iinti'ioloiit of i'uMic Instruction.^A. C ItMJAN.
Ihereby annouaee myself as a eaa^^^Hdatefbrtbe uflee of Shcrill'of Cus-^ictCounty. Montana, subject to the^4mUmi 0# t lit^ Voters of the county ut^the next general election.
MilesCity, Aiifr. It, lssi. a;tf
Ihereby announce myself a Will^date for UM oflce of County Clerk of^^ u-tcr County, subject to live decision^nf tin- voters of die said county at Mm^^ nstiing general dec'ion.
L.S. T \vi.oi:.
MilcCitv,M. T., Aug. !^^ *X :iVtf.
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Theapathy manifested by candidates ,^for tin- different county nlliecs in the |^beginning of the campaign Is giving
wayto active work as ttic* MMBfBifl 1^Undress. Candidates, l)y virlure of^their position l^e!'ore the ptoplo, are til^sirlijeetM for rfgM CfltlvtaU lor 11 toy oe-^cil|iy posttkNU that very Bfoporty^makes tliein ptililie targets. No man^should run toroftlec whose record will^not hojtr clone Morutiny, free criticism^ami open vi'iitilalion. [nqoliy into^the fitness, honesty and character of^a candidate, by (lie people and for the^people is adiuis-.title and right At^the polls the voters are jurors who^liallot and decide between opposing
candidatesend there is no nppesJ from
thedecision of a free ballot Hence,
inorder to deserinlnntn between the
goodand had candidate, an open dis^^cussion of the f4s I HIS of each candidate^is proper and IndlspsilSshle that the^nsoats may Jttdge intelligently of the^merits of the men who ask theirettf-^frames. If a candidate's record is^dark and vain, and full of crookedness,^that candidate must sutler the con-c-^BjBjeSjesS when the people f;o for hint,^and if he has failnl to cover up bjo^dirty antl tlcceptive tiiek* of the past^he will reap the reward of the con^^demned, and defeat will sun 'y over^^take him. Professions of reform just^before an election are thin subterfuges,^and the people, mindful of the experi^^ences of the past, will deal out cold^blooded Justice at the ballot-boxes in^November.
Wehave received a copy of the Dai^^ly Capital, .'anu*to\vn's new papsf/i It^is a very unit sheet, and filled with a^class of landing matter that compares^favorably with any paper published in^Dakota. Klccess to it.
TheBoMbM CeStHef has capped the^the climax The AVifV head Wits had
sasaighj,bat the (han%ria*^gtanl Cn^^ser! arhntaalghl it ntaanatsi Oatssr
Wihleis nowhere beside Alderson, for
lure, Inndaltented, ^stheJIehnu; it^is worse thi n Billing* tlust.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in
TheI Ml na l.^I^/,^ ,,^!^ nt says: ^I*^is the sanest desire of the people ol^Montana, slang the line of the North^^ern Pacific railroad, that Jay Cooke 1*^invited by he company, next year, to^Mm the Ust tpIlM on the completion^of the grstMst enterprise of thtOMI^of^which be was the projector, ami bf^which he lost his entire fortune. The^citizens of Helena would give him a
EngineerMelville's connubial Infe^^licities \\ ill deprive hint of much of the^bale*worship, which would hnvothllen :
tohis lot, hnd they not developed into 1
apnbliescandal. In this, if he ba^blameless in the matter, he is to be^pittled; but, In esprcasing a desire to^lend another expedition to the North^Pole, he creates a suspicion that he, its^well as his wife, should be sent to an I^asylum for huiatios.
HillNye, of the Laramie Boomerang,^is one of the saoat prominent characters^in Wyoming. ilis motto i^: One^country, one flng, and one wife. In^the face of this Hill Nye is reported to
betarlonsljr considering a proposition
tosettle in I tail.
Tin:Daily Yki i.owstonk.Ioi i;\ai.^;s presented to the citizens of Miles^^ 'ity litis morning for their con-'nlera-^tion. I n our judgment, the time N now will dottbtl^ri|ie for the establNtiinc;:i of a dally ,^litorning pit|icr in this cit v. Armnga*^nieiits only recently perfect 1. bajM^^ mililcd us to secure the franchise of
theWessons jbssaslnted Press, whic h^will hereafter supply the Daily^JoCDtAli with all the latest telegrajihic ^^news, and the citizens ^.f MtleS City^have now the privilege of dlBeaestng^(lie latest m w- i fthe world with their^hsjeTassI bsgseolts, a privilege tltcy^-hould not tail to avail themselves of.^While are shall work for the welfare of^i'ustcr county in general, we shall ut^all times enpoase tlM bast interests tit*^Miles city. We shall make ^ s|(ceial
featureof local Jiappenin/s and will^^ ndoavor to give the MWI of the city^in a condensed and BSOsntss form. In^-o iloing are will neither fei:r ^tur MSS*^mies or fitvt^r our friend-, but v ill en^^deavor to publish neWS, We start out^i't-day with u pssd payiag circussd^lion and hope our bsnesMSS men^pprcciatc our eflbrts to give Mtdffi a^live ami spicy dally paper in which to^sdverQse.
Mr,John F. I'inerty, it well known^CtlieagOjournalist, who recently cstab-^lishctl the Citi-.ru, a paper tlevotitl to^the cause of Irish independence, has^been plaeetl in n^.initiation by the Irish^element, in the Second CbOgreSSSSna]^District of Illinois, who have pledged^him 6,0110 votes, lie hits accepted, ami^lie elected.
I3IMIAnd is Complete in Every Department:
OpenDay ^ Night
CattleMen and Ranchers!
JackCanter, one of the most skillful^and best line on forgers, who has been
aJail bird nearly half his life of sixty
addyears, has been released from the^Philadelphia penitentiary, altera long^term of confinement. .^some say he^has 54U.OIM) with which to sustain his^new station as a private gentleman.^He is well educated, ami writes ami^speaks several languages, has traveled^a good deal ami miugled in wn t good^stteietv.
ThisRestaurant is Conducted in a^Strictly First Class Manner. We also^have for rent some elegantly
CanHero Find Complete Outfits.
Wehave Received a new loft of
ProminentBasafcnsM just arrived at^St. Louis, bam tlte Indian territory.!^SSpSCl 11 lilt the kite protracted dry spell I
hasbeen sssnowbal illsnstrons to the
cattleu|hiii the range. . Tin range be-
aaaasvery dnoty nnd dry, and there
wasneesWclty of water. The gutss was^Iry aiul almost indigestible, and for^reason the stomach became fever-^jtausing liliiek-Ieg, murrain and^i fever. The grass has again;^iiecome gr fit, ami the cattle generally^ate improving.
REDJACKET FINE CLOTH IN
Coal^ fa Co.
A.J. F. Ehrich, Supt.
deits'FurnisMng Ws, Hals, Caps,
Thismorning we present the first^i.umbci of the Ykllowstoxk Daily^lot itx.M. to the dtlaens of Custer^snaty. The Wi.i ki y levBsjAB beta-
ofole ImJ pursued tlieevell tenor of its^way ngardkrv. of political irtliliatiolut,^nd has sLp|s^rtet| ^uch men u-s scemexl^v.-t Ittad for tlte ^oaiUeSM in county
sdMnthaltiiey asptasd to. In % now
ominiinity there sec;mil to be no call^^or strict party lines. Wo now SSS tin-^necessity of party organization, ami^titlt this issue the Jontx.vi. pheBM
.tselfHt|uarely on the reptil -an plat-^:onn. We tin this from to selfish
motives,but bsconsB we are ena\ need^^'roui the lust two years' cxpertensa^'hat no iiiuii shoulil ba enlh I to an
ttlcialponkflon who is nut accountable^to sotiK- paHttsal party lor his prefer^^ment. TIm:organization of thv repub-^iicitn (tarty is complete, and ja-rfect^mtrinotiy has uttcndid all their meet^^ings arvl oanveuthms. The noinliia-^!ions for rxiunty ofUccH are e.vceplion-^ally g.md and show that the party^teiiderH in Caster oouiiiy thoroughly^understand the situation und ure de^^termined to win if g'iod men and^.mrtie^t endeavor can accomplish any^^thing. The uoBiinotiou of Alex. C^ISotkill foe delegate to rotigress is in^ttnelf au earnest tif success ^m) every^^where i- calling out the solid support^fthe repuJWUtvii party
A.Leavenworth special says:^signs are now Itcing shown for a^gr.tni: ^ o.onumcut which is to be^ereeteil over the grave of Jesse \V.
James,the noted train iwharaad bautlit.^it will be as red granste, and stands 14
feethigh. The name ^Jamc^'' will bl^cut in huge raised letters on the base,^anil ^My Hnshnnd nwi Our Father^'^tin the diet also ^Jesse James; Died^April .1, IIBS, Aged M years, .'( months^and sight days.^ A Muscatine, 1st.,^|rm has the contract.
Isnow 1 r. w. ! to furni'-Ii fijland Stnn^' on Im-^lar''c 1 tuediiitf ssun AllstaiM hf lift at the^mititnc- of Mr. BbHl li, on I'kiiftunt Stm-t. or at^Lt'lH'luT'a Lily I^n*i: Mitre, or L. Nado'a hlorc, *ti^furlt .-.r.,-t. willrttrivf pr.^ni|it attrntiou.
Ccr.Sixth and Pleasant St;
WOffirrit Hairy A.^Mi 1 ft. MlltaCiljr.
Comui Book Store, Mala
Immigrantsto the iiuinbcr of 32,842,^arrived at Castle Darden tluring the^Month of Bsptembar, inoet of ^ bom^^-cut west into Montana, Dakota and a^Minnesota. The totai arrivals so far ..Merchants Exchange of Kt. Louis,^this year, arc 37^,38L1 which city will feel his loss greatly.
MissItislcy Seward, a daughter of an^cx-Solicilor of the Treasury, became it^great ftooritc with Win. H. Sewartl^while he was Swretary of State, ttutl^siibseipieiitly ^eOamnanlfd him tluring^his tour around the world. Mr.^Seward, iu Ids will, bequeathed lur^(30,000on eoiitlition that sire should^adopt his mime. She ae^ eptitl the^money, adopted his name, and now^refuses to marry because sha \^ill not^'.instill to change her name. At^present sho is in Italy, studying the^old monasteries of that country.
Amost terrible tragedy occurred nt^St. litiuis a few days since, when Col.^Slayback, of the leuding law 11 nu of^Hroadliead, Slaybuok ^k Haeu-sler was^siiot ftotl instantly killed by John A.^Onfkrell. managing editor of the /W-^Msssstohi Col. SlayliacU was one of^the llUMtt hii 11 i, nit, tab ^nt - '1 and popular^mi n ot Missouri, and will he remem^^bered by all who have ever spent a^summer at Lake Minnetonkn. He was^brother of the president of th
Tntlir ^Kit! Jacket^ CsslSSi you wilt ui^f no^other, i In . i in n.. ^.,..: ^n 4.1
Ladieswill Find an Elegant Line of
andFancy Dry Goods,
Carpels,Wall Paper, and
housefurnishing goods, ETCj
Dr.C. B. Lebcher,
Coiwrof Pleancutt and Tenth Streets,
llannan,Holmes ^ Co s Famous