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P gX= , I MONTAWA. I r Evealag gEaept EIBaday. Term. of Sabeeriptiotn. 3 MAL, IN, AMDAN C. POITAOI PAID. J am ear. ............... ) I I monthsL .. .............. s-1 ( mo . ............. 1.60 10 OmT ILW·uI3lass. Osbpear, e ery evenine. at r2 centl per wet. ALT IDIoI. ILI.LOW PAPRr. ................ 1. 04) Monday, October 15. 1894. LEPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. l.preaentative. S. GORDON. B. WADI)INGIA.M. Joint Representative. J. C. AULD. Sheriff. S. A. PEPPER. Treasurer. II. M. MORAN. Clerk A. H. SWERI)FII;ER. Attorney, C. II. LOUD. Superintendent Public Instruction. MISS LOUISA (COOLEY. Assessor, W. S. SNELL. Surveyor, S. E. SF~ TON. Public Adlministrs ,r. LOUIS IBACH. Coroner. Justice of tth I ace. MIles City Twp.. JOF J (;IIII. E. ' ATHWII,. Constable. M es City Tow nship. R. A. JOHNSON. H. RAUKAM. ONE JoB EXPOsED. One of the interesting points in rela tik to Anaconda's candidacy for the e~pital. that Judge Cullen directed the attention of his audience to at the recen t Helena meeting in this city. was that the Anaconda Mining company owned a strip of land above and below the city of Anaconda and including the town site. thirteen mrdes long and from alf a mile to a nile and a half wide, the litter t*be,.+ the wsilti of th,. toiaunste. It also owns mIore than half ,,f the Iti in the town+lit,+ ,ti1 iln i, it~sltanct LLS it parted w ilt ait, , wi-'lerale t ..i , f land In the city. iI ,,it' 1- . ii ;; of b.;.ti nlg or restl . +, e ',,t- :t.: . this cloatn ut ",,- . : r of ,f\ traction. '1 Li " :" ,. . .s." t, 5 .: month tP locat: it .I i. t , i of Helena or , t. f 4 :,i',. ,. Skoull the latte: I,. 'ii . . c Ie, th ' iti tot the ,:apital Iulu t ,a ,i i-t of i .ct-. city Ile pituchased of the . uac -it_',, :Mii: ing companyti or ns'ro likely of tile, ilott uchilds. the greiat l iuropea lJ money kings, as it appears to be a well estab liheLi fact that if the .\naconria com pany succeeds il thte capital fight, a sale all its properties. now pending. wiil be eflected. 'the result wili be that the state of lMontana a iil be forced to hu% its capitol site ii these foreignl shtarks and pay tl .or p,,-.,e. There can be i,, .ewipetlttIn fo lobt imh it .\naoonia otaside of the An tactloda comlpany owno enough lal i to put a capitdl ,o. If this big schele was tot inll ite ,c:.:k.tround. why is it that tse .\atacot:,l a coinpany with its :atpltal -t ,oR " :..t 55$.e am il ntood wealth i ca tt fi tili. has not of feted to ii ate t iil. state- a site for its building" It woul let quite an argu ment in hfaor -.f Auiacotndla with some people. but they hate carefully avoided any uch otffer. shoite great magic lan tern shiow that Anaconda has on the road. doesn't e.ien show a proposed site for the capital. No indeed. They are keeping this part of the program in the background and there they intend it lshll stay until the question is settled, wher., if the capital goes to Anacondi the trap will be sprung, and the tax aygers of the state will awake to a res liation of the fact that they have been · eetually buncoed as any hayseed. ]lat what about Helena. someone will l. Isn't the same snap liable to be wored there? No.For the reason that Hel s real estate is owned,as it is in evety ather city in the state except Anaconda d perhaps (reat Fallse, by the people. There are probably fifty desirable sites ai the capital in Helena belonging to as iany diferent people or interests and should the capital remain there the con petition would be o sharp that the state wauld get the site at a reasonable fig re it indeed it was not donated, as was the site of Fort Harrison. It stands to seson that it the Anaconda company id not have this job all bottled up for sture use that it would have said so le. ago, give usno the capital and the Wie shall not cost you a oent." Every oder feature of its campaign is prodi. pil,veo wastefulliberality. TheStand ad swepaper is set free to everybody t wat it; whisky and eias are as eas the air we breathe; every A.s enas waser hka moesy aticklag out at y pdsht to ajole aend win support Seettbr tmm but st a werd s ag aheet doessat a seole a. pound res- l . s i s whhkº see .-di-s the -I.. ,.- for this year would not be much of a donation even for a poor man, for its acre property s listed at $1.26 per acre, and its town lots at not to exceed $200. We ask the voters of Custer county, does this look like a square dea.? What do you think about it when you size it up one sode and down the other? Would any of ).,u possessing ordinary horse senee ,go against such a dead-tall indiv iduall; ? Why then, us citizens cf this young state. bequcath to your children a burden that they may be a lifetime in throwing off by voting to commit them to the tender mercies of the Anaconda company or its probable successor the Miss Rothschild of London. Paris. Ber lin and several other foreign capitals. The choice once made is irrivocable. Re tlect while there is time and vote to plaz- your capital among your own peo |je. THE iHERIF I Ity a majority that was emphatic in its dictum the republicans of Custer county iu their recent convention select ed Sam Pepper as their candidate for sheriff. Like the majority of the can didates on the republican ticket. Mr. Pepper is an old resident of this county. dating from the anti railroad days. Dur ing that long period, not one act of his has reflectced on his integrity or his man hood while hundreds in eiery walk of life haye reason to bear witness to a generosity that is proverbial. If he was a rich •ian Sam Pepper would *te a philanthrdpiet. but as his generosity keeps him poor. he can only figure in the by-ways of life. giving as he has to give. and too often for hais own good. obligating hlilelf beyondi his means. If all whol, he has ihe-lped o,,er the rough road of miinsfortune could and would vote for him. his election would be assured but some are gone. and solme are un grateful and so it happens that the aman who should command a sure election. has now, in this his first solicitation for support for public office. has got to make a fight for it. The only objection exist ing to Mr. Pepper's candidacy that we know of. as his business- that of a saloon keeper-but on the same line of defense that the poor misguided girl adopted when she pleaded that her illegitimate baby --was such a little one" it may be said that Sam Pepper is the poorest saloon keeper extant. Ile is not I. Ina ture adapted to the business. and w ould gladly quat it for goaod and all if the op p ,rtunity offered, and we are perhaps no v:,tating artn contideunce wal.e we say t-at bi for-- tmani wee.ks. Ieesibly before ecti. it ti !t i a .ill step in and cl,,ose lio ,i it .-tf ectuali.. TIhis iught havi I.- ., l-t1-,I & r the ,.,tionvevltion 1 u .* " , h:,r '.. t tt ;it it+ 'h i . lro..,' .. In wo ii I, di t , : i . i,, a l i:t 1 tVo ,_ " ,i' ' i",,:., . ax a l , ., h.- -t h,. -I:+l ,i f -ul e'cept in 1~- f-, -,,r. 'h,r. 1- Ialli in the county aht-c", fi,. Is Sarei .o arnio ill their frwiilshil,, and if ih has enemies they ar of,. thl,s,, who, lie htiS tbefriendled and wh, have found "gr'itudl irksome and in wih,.mi tl.e niilk of human kminneset has turned to i all. Mr. Petppe-r c.,ins of ant excellent family. his father lie. ti,.,,. W. Pepper. - one of the leading divines of Ohio. and a i oted republican orator, waapepoirted by l'residelit Ilarrlson to, tie t'.S. .consul at M.ilae,. Itatl. where i he served with ldistu.iltion IHis brother is the Wash ii-gt-i r,.,rre-ponideilt of the Chicago 1Trrluni. ;- -iositien ranking with editor in chief. and it her mieumers cfghis family Shave l'i -i lin sstitctin in ojouriala i. lte as the wual who should be elected sheriff ,f ;th;s intl and if Ia party ud-es not stray oiTi after false gils. lie will get there triumlllhantly. ON, ,of the peCUlia features T of the capital campaign is the unanimity with which the populists support Anaconda. With the leading parties it appears to be a matter of individual choice, each can didate city having supporters in both republican and democratic ranks, but so far as our research has extended, if you soratch a "pop" you cause an Anaconda man to bleed. It seems strange that this should be so. and it can only be ac counted for on the theory that the "pops" are the soundest political thitk ere of the day, and that by the same pro cess that they evolve their political theo ries, they have arrived at the conclusion that the oneman town is the proper place for the capital. in the Newspsper Lime. Banks (in the liewspapir line.- H'mph! Hero- a ,wluib cr.tited to thil Perkins Jun.:l, n Ba.uer that I wrote six years ago for Tit, Daily Bread. Rivers (fellow latoru:r.-Do you re member everything you have ever writ ten? "Of course I do." "What a cave of gloom your memory must be!'-Chicago Tribune. Some one has said that a diet d oeat meal and brown breed tea to promote the growth of the hair. However this may be, the diet is a good ne for many more asured re.son Bicycle riders in Southla·d, Atkra U.- ae required to dlamount 3 yards m " approeeahing hbms md daws PRlMIUM S. Choice Books Almoet Gives Awa- to Readers of This Paper. 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