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THE DAILY JOURNAL
MLer CTfY, MONJTArA.
Thursday, November g, mas.
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ane of its ourtepondents.
ontie is bereihy riven to all concerned that Tir
YIELLOtWoIs JoraNAL holds the contract frun
the governer of Montaia to do all printing and
advertising of whatever nature chargeable to Cus
ter county; and also Is the designated and only
paper in Custer county in which services by pubil- I
cation can he fe llyaU made. Legal notices pub
lished in other papers of Custer county are avoid
and worthessa, a hba beca decided by the courts of
This i d".i leM1ily an off year for the
republicans. Anyhow wait for 1884.
Now th... '·sction is over, the news
papers will ,· . ocalling each other net
Henry Ward Beecher has demons
trated the het that he i a success a a
The ntmost astonishing part of the
election was the lack of votes on the
With the defeat of Mr. Curry for
county treasurer, the lresent incum
bent will remain two years Icnger.
The returns as published Wednes
day will not be materially changed by
the latest telegrams received last night.
The people are glad the exciting day
of the election is over, and good feel
ing will once more prevail throughout
"Froze to De0th" and "Dead Man's
Gulch" polled a light vote, while the
returns from the city cemetery and
county jail are not all in.
The government clerks throughout
the country, can now say to Jay Hut -
bell, go to-- well, take out the
"ubb" and you have it.
The village of (rendelwold, Switzer
land, has been entirely destroyed by a
hurlcbe, and floods have caused great
devastation in Austrian Tyrol.
Ben Butler received the unanimous
support of the working men of Massa
chusetts In his efforts to reach the
gubernatorial chair of the proud old
John Kelley hae demonstrated that
be is one of the shrewdest politi
cians In this country without his co
operation the democrats could never
carry New York.
New York has given Cleveland an
o!d fashioned majority, while Gen.
-locuum's majority is so stupendous
that Howard Carroll took to the woods
on learning the result.
Otto H. Bothaker, editor of the Den
ver Tribune, will soon be married to
Miss Bounds, daughter of S. P.
Rounds, the public printer. The afiTir
will take place in Washington.
In the excitement and turmoil of
tids campaign, not much attention is
L.eing given to the husband of Mrs. R.
B. Hayes, who, when lase heard from,
was road everseer In some town in
Pennsylvania is pretty evenly divi
ded, and her congressional delegation
Ls eleven democrats and eleven repub
I:cans, and one solitary greenbacker"
Pig Iron Kelley was one of the fortu
Old Ben Butler has been fought hard
by all the newspapers of LBoton with
perhaps one exception, and yet he
managed to pull through all right on
account of his popularity among the
It remans now for the republicans
to go to work with a will, and when
1884 rolls around, give the republican
candidate for president, a majority
that will erace from the records, the
Uttle accident of Tuesday.
Governor Hoyt, by his manly letter
issued a few days before election, made
himself many friends, who rejoiced
to see him bold enough to cut loose
from thi Cameros gang and join hands
with the independent leaders.
Col. John F. Flnerty, ajournalist of
ability, was elected to oongrs from
the second ditrlet of Chiago. Al
though a demourat, be entered the
m as an independent candidate, and
wrn elected by a good majority.
The unwashed throughout the
oasttry blt Ulke esewmng a little over
hl1e victory of Tuesday, but ;the dung
rillJsy bird publsh in the Pres of
et sight wea't pam mmt and b
s a, good *4aninoed d.s...stl. s
President Arthur has appointed
Thursday, November 30th, as a day of
Now that the republicans, by adopt.
lag a terrible alternative have defeated
the "bosses" of the country, it remains
for them to commence for active d:.ty
by organizing republican clubs
throughout the diffbrent states that
have just yielded up to the democ.rat:.
Maj, Edwards, of the Fargo 4".'"<,
is decidedly out of luck. The people
of Fargo thought him too good and in
noeent a man to be .orrupted by asso
elation with common I litlelans, and
they unanimously elected him to re
main n in private life and look after his
The returns from ('usteriounty indi
cate the election of Ediwards for district
attorney, Cox for the cou~clwl, and Jack
Johnson for sheriff. It's holed these
gentlemen will carry out their prom
ises made to the people bIefore election,
and become faithful servants of the
people, true to themselves and the peo
ple whose representatives they are.
Wm. H. OXLEY,
Liverpool, London, Globe
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