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Thursday,November g, 1882.
THEtfmCI.lL PAPKK OF CVSTER COl'MTY.
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Theeditor of Thk Ym.lowhtonk Jot'RrtAt. i^^not rctpoiKlblo for am of the oeiiiiioni or utter-^anwi of it^ corrwspotuit'Ht*.
Noticeit ht reby iclvrn to all ronceriu*! that THE^Yr.LMiWaTOSC Jot'RNAL holds the contrail (ma^til^ itoTernor of Montana to do all printing and^alicrttaliijr of whatrver nature clmiyialile to Can^^tor county ; and also i^ the designated and 101'V^paper in Custer county in which services by piiuli-^catinn can he fei/a/rt/ made, Utfal notices pub-^iihlied in other papers of Custer county are MM^and worthlws, aa uw l*^ n decided by the toiirU of^Montana.
Thisis d C^republicans.
'. My an off year for the^Am how wait for 1H84.
I President Arthur has appointed
,Thursday, November 30th, as a day of^thankrigiving.
Nowthat the republicans, by adopt*^ing a terrible alternative have in ieated^the ^bfwueH^ of the country, it reinain9^for them to commence for active duty^by organizing republican clubs^throughout the different states that^have just yielded up to the demo ra n.
Mat,Edwards, of the Fargo \^ ,^is deride illy out of luck. The people^of Far^'o thought bin MM good ami in^^nocent a nil to be corrupted by asso^^ciation with common politicians, and^they unanimously elected hint to re^^main in private life ami look after his^bible class.
Nowth. t^papers will^names.
Htion is over, the news-^1M culling each other net
HenryWard Beecher has demons^^trated the fact that he is a success as a^politician.
Themofit astonishing part of the^^^lection WM the lack of votes on the^JJradv ticket.
Thereturns from ^ 'iistercouiiry indi^^cate the election of Edwards fordistrict^attorney, Cox for the council, and Jack^Johnson for sheriff. It's hoped these^gentlemen will carry out their prom^^ises made to the people before election,^ami become faithful servants of the^people, true to themselves ami the peo^^ple whose representatives they are.
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Withthe defeat of Mr. Curry for^county treasurer, the present incum^^bent will remain two vears longer.
Thereturns as published Wednes^day will not be materially ehanged by^11ie latest telegrams received last Bight, 1
Thei^eople aiv glad the Mittfag day^of the election is over, SJMlsjOOd feel-|^ing will once more prevail throughout ;^the laud.
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Frozeto heath^ and ^Dead Man's^Gulch^ ]K^lled a light vote, whiie the^returns from the city cemetery ami^county jail arc not all h^.
Thegovernment clerks throughout^the country, can now say to Jay Hul -
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Thevillage of (irendelwold, Switzer^^land, has been entirely destroyed by a^buricrtTie. ami floods have caused great^devastation in Austrian Tyrol.
HenButler received the unanimous^sup|K^rt of the working men of Massa^^chusetts in his efforts to reach the^gubernatorial chair of the proud old^liny state.
JohnKelli , has demonstrated that^tie is one of the shrewdest politi^^cian* in this country without his ts^^ojMTatiou the democrats could never^carry New York.
NewYork has given Cleveland an^old fashioned majority, while Gen.^Mocum's majority is so stupendous^that Howanl Carroll took to the woods^0:1 learning the result.
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OttoH. Hotliaker, editor of the Den^^ser Tribune, will soon be married to^Miss Itoumls, daughter of S. P.^Hounds, the public printer. Thealtair^will take place in Washington.
Dithe excitement and turmoil of^tills campaign, not much attention is^I cing given to the hu-band wt Mis. It.^B. JIayes, who, when lase heard from,^was roa^l evers^'er in Home town in^Ohio.
Winesand Cigars,^Or Mixed DiJaks
-CanHero Find Complete Outfit*.
Wehave Received a new lot of
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PennsylvaniaIs pretty evenly divi^^ded, ami her congressional delegation^is eleven democrats ami eleven repuli-^.':euns, aud one solitary greenbaeker-^Pig Iron Kelley was one of the fortu^^nate numl^er.
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OldHen Hutlerhas been fought hard^I y all the newspajters of Boston with^perhaps one exception, and yet he^managed to pull through all light on^account of his |s^pularity among the^working iteople.
Itremains now for the republicans^to go to work with a will, and when^issJ rolls around, give the re|*ii^lieaii^candidate for president, a majority^that will erace from the records, the^little accident of Tu^*day.
OovernorHoyt, by his manly letter^issued a few days before election, made^hlnutelf many friends, who rejoiced^to nee linn bold enough to cut loose^from the Cameron gang and join bauds^with the independent leaden.
Col.John Wt Flnerty, a journalist of^ability, was elected to congreMi from^the second dintrlct of Chicago. Al^^though a democrat, be entered the^race as an independent candidate, and^was elected by a good majority.
Theunwashed throughout the^oouiitry felt like crowing a little over^their victory of Tuesday, but ;the dung^hill jay bird published in the PrcM of^teat night won't \mm muster and is^ant a good old-fashioned democratic
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