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ILjM cr, MONTANA.
Thunra, October s:, sMs.
No billt agaluat Twu YKI.OWo1roc JotJrMAL.
* aracted bU any tof trhe pm of id papr, or
* thlm, will bre r te~lad inl accompanied by
: wriMtte ider sa . tbhe puliksher.
The rditor of Tnl YK.LouWrnro JotIRNAL ei
.ot reapnomible fore of the opinloin or uttr
.nces of its tco.rrw n t.
Notice 1. heby ives to alleceran that Tan
Y'ELIAf. 'uaB JOULMAL ho& the coAtract t1mn
bhe gmer-a w a Me.Afts to do All printing amd
. dvrtilalag of whateve mtslunlo ehwrabhle t1. Cau
Sr cnuty ; and alu 1i Isth de l·ai.ted and olyv
paper in Custer county in . bitd wr» iu. by publi
.llon ca he &/iialy made. I.gal n,»1icet pubu
tiLhed in other papenr of ('uter rounty are roid
and worthles, as has bee decided by the courts of
on~e Osefty Rep86"ea" TIetat.
For Delegate to Contres,
ALEX.. . BOTKIN.
For District Attorney.
ANDREW F. BURLEIJill.
A. B. CURRY.
For Clerk and Recorder.
L. S. TAYLOR,
For Probate Judge,
W. C. STA.ElILE,
Fur County Commieniiers.
M. TINKLER, for short term.
JOSEPH LE1UHTON, for long term.
ALONZO McNEII.. for long term.
For fuperintendent of Public Iatrctioe ,
A. C. LOGAN.
I hereby annouce nmyself as a can
didate for the office of County Clerk,
and respectfully ask the sult.ra;te of
the people. sAM' I. O'CO..ELL.
Mlle. City. Oct. 19, 188. 2-tf
T hereby announce nimself as a can
cdidate for tl: ..fllce of Sheriff of Cu*
Ier County, Montana, subject to the
dieclilon of the voters of the county at
the next general election.
PuIlI' P BRADY.
Mies City, Aug. l, Itx:. 37tf
I herelby amnoune m rly.elf a candi
date for the office of County Clerk of
' unter County, suhjert to the derinion
of the voters of the said county at the
ensuing general election.
L. 8. TAYvIR.
Mile City, M. T., Aug. 19, '82. 37tf.
S/ IOVMPIIPIC L.
The St. Paul Plioncer Prece g ives a
,iographical sketch of the republican
snominee fbr delegate In Montana, as
"Alexander C. Iotkin was born In
Madison, Wieousintl, in 1844. He was
lr a tllme in his youth a resident of
Granud Rapids, Wi., where he lracti
tally began his journulistic carter. He
graduated at tie ?Mute University of
Wliconsain, and when the war broke
out he beea r e clerk to Major Tenny,
paymaster, and served through it to
the close of the conflict. lit e then re
,unled his profession of ournnaiisu alnd
Inecamne identified an one of tlhe bright
eat writers oin the Milwaukee &ntrld.
lis work there attracted the atteUllno
of Storey, of the hicleago. Ti.wsa, and
Mr. Botkin left the &cnlitf to anusaul.e
the duties of city editor of tIle (lhicago
daily. There his work was ilnlpreciated,
and ho noon became mIlnagugl editor
of the Tinme. When teunator Matt H.
Carpenter putrehaed a contrulling In
trest in tihe Milwaukee ,.etine, lie
offered the chief editorship to Mr. Hot
kin, who accepted the position. This
was in 1874. He remnained as chief
editor of the &ntiin until 1876, when
hie resigned hi position on ac orut of
ill health, and was appo.nted Unnlted
ritates Marshal of Montana by Presi
dent Hayes. Iu the winter of 1879,
while in the line of duty, he was
caught in a terrific snow storm anu
irons the effects of exposure suffered
paralydia of the lower extrenlitie. He
was brought bIck to Wisconsin for
treatment, but tired of delay in reeov
a ry Insisted upon returning to lhi post.
ThroughouLt W'onsin he is one of the i
Iest known.men that have been iden
tified with t.iejownallte and polltal
bltelry of the state."
,ooville's wife has applied for a dl
vorce, and It is thought that some ugly
developments will be made when tlhy
ease getd la.toaert. It is time that the
4eovolis and QuGteats were dropping
cut of pablse view; the people have
heard quite enough of them hI the last
year or two.,
Polhs agmisso se nanilg high at
I'rt C iat.., a.i the principal oceupa
tion of the real Faber-shover of the
river metuepolls, seems to be masklng
isad mnelting eberges, and nlling
Seea eter liar and knaves. Fortu
atuy ar s, piper. dueb are et
snoek m ks. h Ad than the ether
g se the Ilrapih itae aselde of
4b Isued qsum, elang agitated.
.MW Pot as-seasy reed booms esn
a-ste1 with M, .a.lbeless, hswrly
ANN** be LM beiag wth a Ms
t siumt o headlem sekauMes.
v s um em aeinst up W11 bemt
II , seell. t amw
i a !rFm
L. . Taylor' popularity amnong the
rnachem of 'uuter county, proves, be
yond a partlele of doubt, that he I u
the aupport of the voters who are inter
ested in the future welfare of glorous
Custer. Billings, Junction, Forsythe,
and all the upper country towns wril
give him the majority a capable and
effiecient gentleman deserves.
The JOURNAL, takes pleasure in
noting the unity there is all over the
county, in favor of Phil. Brady as
sheritf. He will make a brave and
iearless officer-Just such a o.e as is
needed. He is possessed of all the r.
quirements for sheriff, and having
such. will receive the suplwprtof a large
majority of the votesof ('uster County.
By our telegrams to-night it will be
seen that Maj. Maginnis has cut Fort
Keogh down to a three company post
and Increased Fort Maginnis to a thir
teen company post. What the govern
ment needs of thirteen companies at
Fort Maginnib paºes all understand
ing, without it is for the purpose of I
helping out his partners, Wilder,
Broadwater, et al,.
The political contest in Ohio, this
year, is one of unusual Interest, and
the indications are that the republican
party will be defeated by the ct !.:ina.
tion of the denmocratle party, anid i: luor
dealer's asoi atloion. The republicans
were unwise in Identifying themnselves
or allowing themselve to be forced into
the position of identity with the prohi
bition party. The liluor dealers are
furnialshing the money for the camn
paign, and it is being put where it will
do the most good to the bourbons.
A telegram front Portland, Oregon,
annount( e that the strike among Nor
thern Pacific employees has asumncd
serious shape. The white laborers tde
manded $*.'o0 per day for their work,
which was refusdl by construction
suplerintendent Hullet. The strikers
thereupon organized and proceeded to
bounce the Chinese. who ihad not
joined them, and as there were several
hundlred ex-convicts, ft.gatives fromn
justice, and desperadoes among thenl,
violence Is feared. Governmwent troops
and a new force of menl wie tele
Ltu irday five enginesa r >m the
west and live from the east- will nice
on the new bridge spanning the. Mis
souri at Bisnarek, for the purpose of
testing it, and formally opening it for
traQic. At this test, it is expected that
at least two hundred prominent rail
road men, engineers and reporters will
be present. The Bismarck board of
trade will tender the visitors a recep
tion in the evening, on which the test
is made. The bridge has been three
years in course of erection, and is one
of the most substantial of its kind in
the United Stater.
MAcQuzrn & Yorxo, CNAS. A. DUA*L !
Post Trader,. Formerly of Palmer
Fort Keogh, Moataua ad Lad ld tels
Tot rhtoe. (hicago, Ill.
IIALF BLOCK FROM TIIB DEPOT,
acqueen, Yong & Deane,
MILES CITY, M. T.
Farnlamsd Kelirat Th ncrt. Oay HIIsl her
ing Gaspis hoeam g er.ela
Dr. C. B. Lebcher,
UISND" IN CU1AB.
N. P. R'y Co.
Notice is hereby given that all of that
pert of the town of Miles City located on
the n. w. } of the n. e. and lots no.
and 3, of section 33, tp. 8, n. range 47, e,
and not heretofore sold or contracted to
be sold by the
Northern Pacific Co.
is hereby wifthdrawn from tmarkct and
alel and ererrtd for the une qf the said
r.o.patn, and all pertonm are warned
not to treaxpa s upon the same.
CHAS. B. LAMBORN,
LAXD COIM N IEIONER.
E aopean Resta il,
Open Day & Might
This Restaurant is Conducted in a
Strictly First Class Manner. We also
have for rent some elegantly
Furnished Sleeping Rooms
1 4. LEVI, Pprwe..
Cod Sho Co.
A, J. F. Ehrich, Supt.
Is now pepsmed to frnlsh Csal and ltone on Im
toedite notkee. All o.rn eor Coal left at the
renldene. of Mr. Ehrich, Pleasant ltreet, or at
Lebeher's Citr Dryu StBo, or I. ado'm mete, ea
Pauk SKreet, will receve prompt attention.
Ocr. Sixth and Pleasant Sts.
IOf&a1 Harmy A. Cmbs' Bek Stwr, Main
Street, Milne City.
eber, The bet ni the mauret. 43
A. E. BAIRD,
Contractor and Builder
MILES. CT , X. T.
Work.dmo n adaktlM.ao, sta
* an Kmeasses.
oves1.a ss~e.a.ss ow..n
C, W, SAVAGE & SONS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Oruusqu, iEu. tc.
Our Stock is by far the Largest
IN EASTERN MONTAM.
Ahd is Complete in Every Department.
Cattle Men and Ranchers!
- a. Nm Fse i Omlabl. m OufSIa.
We have Received a new lot of
GIots' Fnilihi Ghoo, d8 s, H cp
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladies will Find an Elegant Line of *
Staple and Fancy D Loods,
Carpets, Wall Paper,a
HOUSE FURNISHING O(ODS, ETC.,
Klarman, Ce's F