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MilKS CITY, MOSTASA.^Sunday, October 29, lfBa.
N^ lull, acaimt 1:11 Via ItMM JiM'ksai.,^^ ^iiinuted by an^ of the eniplc^T^^ of naitt paper, or^^t4i^ra, will u r . .-Lin/.i'ii unieM ad'onipaiiitst by
writtenorder .1.1 ^^^ the publinher.
Tlie*M^t of Til* Til llllllll JOCBBAL is^^n^ n-j.ii^-itV for Mir of thr opinion, or uUer-^MM ol Hi corrMpilwlrilto.
NotIt': ^* brn bjrVlvrn to all IMMMMi thai Tilt^Y^: Luw*Tiisr. .ftH'KNtl. hoM* the rontracl from
aek^r ^!' Montana to ^lo all priming and
Jvertii ; nl what'v.T iialnrp rharpvahle !^^ Om-^NaTSSanty ; htiiI nlw la the ile*ignatt-^l and unlit^|.^p^r in PaaWf aattlrtl In which arrrirra by puhlt-^^^at ion can hp awpaf% made. !^enal not iota pith*^.-n. 1 in other pajwra of fuller county are mid^md MftMaaa, in lia^ htm detailed by the courta of^StarUMU.
CuslorCounty Republican Ticket.
KorFieie^ato to ^'^ingrei^s
ForDiatrict Allorney.^ANDKKW F. Bl KLElliH.
ForCouncilman,^W.U.TKKA HIRLKIOH, Jr.
ForKepri'ufntatlTet,^KIUNKY ERWIS,^*Bm) h. FOSTER.^For sheriff,
ForTivaniirer,^ALBERT B. t'l'KRY.
Fort'lerk and Recorder.^I.IX'RS H. TAYl.nR,
ForProbate Judge.^WILLIAM C. STAEIILF.,^For I'onnty ('tmimiMionera,^JOHN m. TINKLER, lor ahort term.^JOSEPH UBMHtOV, for long term.^ALONZO VrSF.il. for long tana.^Por Axenxor,^Ws. wood.^For I'oroner.^ROBERT 8, kedd.^For Superintendent of Public Instruction.^CHA.^. B. TOWERS.
ForPurveyor,^william b. caw.
KorJu-ticej. of the Peace,^VV. 11 ROSS,^W. E. COTTER.^For Count ahlea,
Tothe Voters of Custer County:
Iit sire t^^ Inform my friends and the^^ibalfl in general, thai I sun nut u enn-^did.de i'i^r ;tip OM within tlie giitof^the VMM 01 litis county.
Mile-City, Oct 2Mh. Ihmj. tf.
Ihereby announce myself ^^ a can^^didate for the office of County Clerk,^md respectfully a^k the suffrages of^the iteople. Ham'i. O'Conxkm..
mmm(Hjr, Oct. H\ lnsi a-tf
Iherehv announce myself as aenndi-^^ iHle for tlie office of Assessor of Custer^.^ounty, M. T.
A.I*. Klanaoan.^Miles City, OctolnT, :Mth INf. ^^tf.
[hereby declare myself a cundidatc^for eleetlon to the office of |irohate^judge for the County of Custer.
4-4fAktmlk H. O'Connor.
Mile*City, Oct. 21, 18rii^.
Ihereby announce my mime ah can^^didate for county eommiNtiioner of^^Justcr oountv, for tlie long tenn, on^be independent licktt.
Wm.H. Hi li.ahii.^Mile* City, M. T.. Oct. m\ W*
Ihereby announce myself ^^* a can-^^rtale for the office of KberilTol Cus^^ter OtMMtV, Montana, subject to the^decision of the voters of the county at^'he next general election.
I'lli LIP ItKADY.
Mile*Citv, Aug. 1^*2. ITtf
Ihereby aniiouiice myself a csndi-^i ttc for the office of County Clerk of^^'ustter County, subject to tlie decision^^f the voters of the said county at the^; -tiling general election.
Mile*City, M. T., Aug. 1^, '^i 3^tf.
liotkini^ a man of and for the peo^^ple.
Acleaner record than that of Mar^^shall llotkin'* la bard to find.
Thinla the year the republicans of^Custer county get in their heavy work.
Somepersons i\:ul fault with the^democratic nominees, on the grounds^of incompetence. Mini hundreds of^democrats favor the republican candi^^dates fi^4 their ability. '
Tlierepublicans will do their cele^^brating on the 7th and 8th of Novem^^ber.
Downin Tennessee, at democratic^gatherings, they hire a colored fiddler^to play a few tunes by way of getting^up a little enthusiasm among the faith^^ful, but nothing short of a britRs band^w II wake them up in Miles City.
The^take notice^ business la only a^blind to keep standing and save com-^|Ktsition.
Thedays for fat contracts will have^paaseii away with the election of Mar^^shal Mot kin
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in
Whereintimidation is practised,^there you will find the largest demo^^cratic majorities.
Itsa mistaken idea to imagine the^entire ticket as put forth by the repuli-^lloaJM of Custer county will not be^elected by a majority that will loom^up like the plume of the tShah of Per^^sia, which ia comiKwed wholly of^diamonds.
TheHon. Martin Maginuis, it is^said, will engage in mercantile pur- j^suits after the rtothatW
Maginniswill the loneliest man in^the territory on the announcement of^the election of Marshal Hotkin.
Civilitycosts nothing, and some^smart aleeks, that, through influence,^iret Into position, seem to lie unaware^of that fact.
Thepeople of Custer county are^proud of their ticket, nominated by^the republicans, and will endorse it at^the polls on tlie immortal Nov. 7th.^Immortal because our democratic re|r-^rcsentativc is dropped out of the list,^(tolitically hurled, as it wen .
It'sthe right of every American citi^^zen^women ami fools i \eepted^to^vote according to their coif i tions. If^any one tries to bulldoze you, s|iot him^as an enemy to American institutions^and vote against him every time, no^matter what party he represents.
TheEvening Winter has stopped in- i^sinuatiug against the noble order of^Masons. The remarks have made it^many enemies.
Theresti'l remains active work for^Custer county republicans from now^until Nov. 7th. See to it the victory^is a mammoth one.
Apaper never makes anything I y^attacking the character of such men as^C. H. Oould ; this the Daily Evening^l^ullnem will soon discover.
TheMasons of our countv will no^doubt remember the sneering allusion*^to their noble organization made by^the Evening Cider Preu.
Onthis bright ami pleasant Sunday^morning, we again affirm, that Martin^Maginnis, a resident of Minnesota, is^filling his last term in congress.
Som'years have elapsed since tl e^republicans were so thoroughly united^as at the present moment. This meai^s^victory, don't fail to rememlier it.
Westwardthe Star of Empire takes^its way.^ Eastward Botkin'a star^^to** after Nov. 7th, straight to a |^oint^on the Potomac river, called Washing^^ton.
Thewhite laboring men of Monta'.a^will -upport the party that has shown^itself their friend by shutting oil' MM^ini|Mirtation of Chinese Coolie labor.^^tiutte Miner.
Ifthey do that the party that owns^a James ti. Hlaine will get all tlie^\otcs of white lalsiring men in Mon^^tana,
Ithas been suggested that the demo- :^cratic candidates, who have enjoytd ;^the novelty of setting up their names i^to be kin^ekcd down by republican^votes, contemplate a re-union, at Salt^Lake, alter election, and while^there, will probably indulge In their^semi-annual bath.
OufStock is by far tlie Largest
Andis Complete in Every Department
ItobFord, who for a stipulated sum^of money, slew Jesse James, his best i^friend, lias just been turned loose on^the community again, having been^found not guilty of murdering \\ ood^Hile. It took the jury forty-one hours^to agree. Ford is the worst kind of a^criminal, and if not locked up may do^some harm yet.
CattleMen and Ranchers!
-CastHara Find Cosaplaia Outfit*.
Ifthe editor of the Evening Pharisee^keeps up his lick telling stories alsui^the JouitNAL editor, he bids fare to
TheDiamond R. ot.tllt thinks the^republicans of Custer county are or^^ganized ; well, we should smile, ami^when the riot act is read to ^limber^Jiin, on the 7th of November, he will^think that the seventy-five votes sent^to the crossing of the Muscle-Shell to^represent 7^S) tissue ballots, have nut
fastbecome the champion liar of the a tidal wave,^age.
DonCarlos, the permanent pre^^tender for the S|Mtnish throne, lias bet n^shelved by his followers, for gambling.^He was probably caught ^bucking the^tiger.
Thenear approach of the day set for^our territory to redeem itself should^urge every voter to give his attention^to the import ant tpuestion and ask him^^self what the democratic pi.rty have^done for the interest of the territory^^It can easily be ascertained as it is de-^The Steele county, Minn., Hemltt,^y Bmn/tm, and if
wantsto know if saltK.nsare a blessing | MHrtin MaK,nnii haseverdone us any
good,the amount is so small that it
toa community. Don't know about^the blessing pari, but they are mighty^convenient.
Theair will be thick with epithets,^uttered by the democrats, ou the 7th^of November, when they discover, us^^ing the language of the poet, how^beautifully they are left.
wouldtake a powerful microscope to '^discover it.
Aburglar was arrested in Minnesota^a few days ago, that was suffering fr' tn^a severe cold, caused by the chilled^lead that entered his hotly from the
townofficer's trusty forty-four self I think, however. Mr.
TheLondon Standard has pnsluced^some bitter things against Major liar^rlson of Chicago, who recently return^^ed from a trip to England ami Ireland.^Mr. Harrison had the courage to s|H'ak^of things as he observed and found^them ; hence the grunt from the Stan^^dard, known everywhere as the organ^of English prejudice and bigotry. We^IIan i on will
Sincethe present incunibant sat^lown in the County Treasurers office,^i here has not been a report or slate-
nt of any kind an to the county^'ilium**. It In claimed that we have^^iinney In the treasury, but if anyone^*ith a fifty cent warrant presents it^or payment, they are gruffly Informed^'lint lie re is no cash oil band Some^kmtf lies. Who is It^ If the dear^iMjople whom ibe present treasurer so^cathtti ia'ly inijsirtunes tosup|tort his^tailing fortune*, should ask him where^the county money is, he would be^totally unable to answer the conun^^drum. Elect Mr. Curry and we gtiar-^aiit^. a faithful and impartial state^^ment of oounly buslmm every ninety^inys ami every night If neceasary.^The county biisln^*s has been run^^antter the dark lantern system long^fJaaWgtai I^et lis have aouie light. We^can pet It by voting for Curry.
Whata flnearMHk-r Maginnis is, said^a democrat, as Cul. Com. flubbed his^address, the other night.
Y ucan la-'tyourpi'e with a certainty |^of winning, that the entire county^ticket goes in with the roar of a spring^freshet. As for Maginnis, he'll drop^out of sight, with the velocity of a^heavy rocket.
Not^Wilder* Landing, but every^city and town in Montana is solid for^Hotkin and true blue republicanism.^In this connection, it would be well to^state tliut the historic lairdingonly has^three voters.
Someof 11 ti libel's blood money prom^^ises to b ^ put to a very good use. |20,-1^(MJO of it will be seut to Texas to buy '^up, at 111.^^^^ |s r head, ^),^niu greasers,^who have heretofore stood by the dem^^ocrats ami free whiskey.
!survive the displeasure, even though^I he be a democrat.
TheDiamond ^K.^ wjng of the^democracy seems to be of the opinion^that the republican party in Custer^county is short lived. They sre now.^as they always have been, true to their^decalogue. We want but little here^below, nor want that little long, but^we want it gooii unti stron/. Hut on^and after the 7th of Nov. they will give^it the new translation : ^We want^but little bete below, nor Want that^little long, but the republicans gave it^to us gessj ami strong.
Wehave Received a new lot off
dents'Mil Goods, Hals, Cans,
Ladieswill Find an Elegant Line of
Stapleand Fancy Dry Goods
Carpets,Wall Paper, and
HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS, ET(
Atthe ratitication meeting of the^great unwashed, the Hon. C. O. Cox^said he didn't care a d^in whether tie^got there or not.^ Huch Mng the case,^^^^^^In all probability, If elected, he would
j As heroic as any diH'd of the Knights ^ not take enough interest In legislative
aflairs, to care a d^in, w hetht r Custer^county's Interests were look eel after or^not. Voters, In ware of the indifferent^candidate who does not sufficiently ap^^preciate the honor which might he^conferred upon him, to even speak res^^pect fully of the posrtlhlc, but not prob^^able, result of the franchise of Custer^county.
ofolden times, was that noble act of^two hunters who walked and carried^a woman, who had broken her leg,^eighty miles, and stopping but twl m^on the road to eat, until she was^brought to a place w here a surgism^could attend her. She is now getting^along nicely, st the Commercial hotel^la this city
Harman,Holmes d; Co s Famous