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title: 'Daily Yellowstone journal. (Miles City, Mont.) 1882-1893, October 19, 1882, Image 2',
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Thursday,October ig, 1882.
N hilN bjbJmI Thk. THUMM Joi iisal,^- ontracttsl bv any of thr employe* of said paper, or
ihrni, will np nHMijrniiuHl mile^ nri'niiipanii'il by^written ordrr -11; i^^ il b^ i In pubii^h^-r.
Thei-ditctr of The TSUOWSTOMB Jut una I. la
it MMnMl tor any of the opinion, or utter-^..ius-h of it* ,. rr. -| ..1 ij.-n^ -
Noticei^ u^n'b^ fivea Ul all HMMWi tb.it TBI^VrLl.ow. ^KB JiH'BNai.'he rvntrait from
bi'(jov^ ni . tit Montana to ^l^^ ..II |irint inn ami^'Ivi-rtiaiitR of whatever, iiature ehaJYvutili* loOes*^^^ r county ; anil alioi In lb* *t^'-l.*ti:iti 'l ami onh/^i^.i|ht in i'unlrr count) in which ^^ rv ,ci'^ by publi-^ftuon con In* Intully mailt*. I.rjral noiii i* |iub-^Uahed in other paper* ot ( w.ter l oiiuit Ml BaM^ind worthloMi, a^ iiaM Uni decided by the court, of^Montana.
CusterCounty Republican Ticket.
Forlieltfule tu OWJRMa
ForDistrict Attorney.^ANDREW F. ITTBI 111
ForTreaniirer,^A. B. IXKRV.
ForClerk and Recorder.^1 8. TAYLOR,
ForI'ruba'e Jud;c,^W. C. 8TAKIILK,
Furrounty CouimUtUiiier.,^M. TINKI.KK, fur short term.^JOSEPH I.FJWHTOX. far loni^ term.^AI.ONZO HMO, fur iMf term.
ForSuperintendent of Public Instruction,^A. C. LOGAN.
Ihoroliy unnoitiict' mynrlf tin a can^^didate fcr the oeBee of County citrk.^iintl rvr4|iei'tfuUy ask tin* Ktillhr.r^s of
MUmCity, Ort It, IM^ *4t
Ilicrt'by ttiiiiimiu-f ni\st lf M a rsn-^ilidate for t^h^ eAce of SlicriH' of Cus^^ter County, Montana, sulijt-ct to the
ileeWoaef Um raten ef tin- comity at^tin.- next geaetal elect ion.
PHIltrIIkaky.^Mill's City, A up. It, Mtt tUf
A.Ol ^( kmk.nt.
Ihereby tiuuouncf myself a cejpjt*
lati- tor tin* otlii'i' of ^'utility Clerk of^^'lister County, wi'ijert to the ileeision^^^f the voters of the suid county at the^MeWfctg general election.
LS. Tavmik.^Mike City, M. T^ Ann. 1^, 'W. 37tf.
MMk.i fin cal.~
TheSt. Paul 1'iomr *Vea glrei a^Ms)pesfhtjeJ sketch of the republican^Jtoltiiliee fttr delegate in Montana, at^follows:
AlexanderC. llolkiu MM born in^Madison, Wisconsin, in 1*44. He was^lor a time in Itis youth :i resilient of^t/inntl Ku|iiils, Wis., where be practi-
1ally bejrait eJsleatnieltette earner. He
graduatedat the Mate I'uivt tsity of^Wisconsin, ami when the war broke
^tit be lieeutue clerk to Major Tenuy,^oaymunter, ami sirvisl through it to^ihe close of the BOttJMct. llellienre-^MdMi his (iroieHsiou of journalisiii ami^became ith lltilied fis one of the briglit-
^t writers on the Milwaukee jNMMet^Kb work there attracted the atleuin.ii^^if Storey, of the CMOMM Tinux, ami^Mr. Hotkin left tbeSemHmd to assume^the tluties of city ^ditor of the Claleafe^daily. There his work was it|i|ireeititeil,^und boeoost beoMSM niannointr edltuf^of the Tinu*. When Senator Malt II.^^ ;ar|H iiter iturcltased it OOtttloUtag in-^lerest in the Milwaukee S^itHn^l, he
fi'crcd the chief editorship to Mr. ilot-^Ma, whoaeeooled the peeltloe. This
wasin 1H74. fie reinainetl us chief
ditor of the 1V iilim l until lsTti, when^he n-sijfiied kit OOeWes) on ae. o.iut of^ill health, and wits apiMiinted I'nitetl^States Marshal of Montana by 1'resi-^ueiit Hayes. In the winter of 1S79,^while in' the line of duty, he was^rejejbt hi u (emtio snow storm ami^frOM the lllects of exposure sutl'eretl^pejejyeje of the lower extreinities. He^was DffONgbt liack to WbKOMsta for^treatment, but lirctl of deltiy in MoO^^^ ry insisted MM Mtomlttl n Ids post.^Throughout Wisconsin lie is one of the^heel known men that have been iden^^tified with the jM/MiaWstic ami political^history of the state.
Scovtlle'swife has. applied for a di^^vorce, and it is thought that some ugly^developments will he nmuIc when the
use get* into court. It is time thai the^Scovills and (iuiteaua were dropping
ut of public view; the people have^heard unite enough of them in the last^..ear or two.
PoliticaltuaUfa are runniiiK high at^! ort Ponton, and the principal occupa-^I on of the rival I'abcr-shovers of the !^: tver metropolis, Keeiim to he inakiuKi^:nd retractimr charges, and calling ;^each other liars and knaves. Petit^i.ately for them, paper duels are uot^1 iuch mote harmful than the other^kind.
L.S. Taylor's popularity among the^ranchers of Custer county, proves, be^^yond a particle of doubt, that he I as^the support of the voters whoRre inter^^ested hi the future wcl:are of glomus^I Custer. Hillings, Junction, Forsythe,^,111111 all the upper country towns \WI^give him the majority a capable and^ettlcieiit gentleman deserves.
TheJot'una 1. takes pleasure in^notiiif the unity there is all over the^county, in favor of Phil. Hrady as^sheriff. He will make a brave ami^fearless officer ^ just such a o.ie as is^( needed. He i* |s^sscssed of all the n -^^|!iircmi'!its for sheriff^, and iMTlng^such, will receive the support of a large^majority of the votes of Custer County.
Ryour telegrams to-night it will be
seenthat Maj. Maginnis has cut Port^j Keogb down to a three company |s^st
andincreased Fort Muginnls to a thlr-^j teen ctmipany |k^st. What thegovcrn-^i tnent needs of thirteen companies nt^j Fort Maginnis passes all understand-^1 ing, without it is for the pur]^ose of
helpingout his partners, Wilder,
Thepolitical contest in Ohio, this^year, is one ttf unusual interest, and^the indications are that the r publican^party will be defeated by the et hina-^; tion of the democratic party, and I: jiior^' dealer's association. The republicans^were unwise in identifying themselves^or allowing themselve to be forced into^the pn-iiioii of identity with the prohi^^bition party. The liquor dealers are^furnishiug the money for the cam-^, paign, and it is being put where it will^j do the most good to the bourbons.
Atelegram from Portland, Oregon,^annotnii e that the strike among Nor^^thern Pacific employees has as-timed^serious sha|w. The white laUirers de-^BJsfJMJotltstM (lerday for their work,^which was refu-od by construction^1 superintendent llallet. The strikers^thereu|h^n organized anil proceeded to^; bounce the Chinese, who hud not^1 joined tbcni, and a* there Merc several^lium;rcd ex-convict*, figattves from^justice, am) dcspernloes nr.'.nig tbem,^violence is feared. Covernmeni tn-ops^and a new force of aieu v/eie teli-^gra[ihcd for.
Noticeis hereby given that all of that^' part of the town of Miles City located on^the n. w. \ of the n. e. \ and lots no. I^and 3, of section 33, tp. 8, n. range 47, e,^and not heretofore sold or contracted to^be sold by the
mItrrcb)/ withdrawn from market and^nati and rrm ried fur tin unr of thr x(tid^tOKUjaejf, f^;tf^ a!/ p^ rsonvt arc warned^not to trcxxjiaxA ii/khi the nanu.
C,W. SAVAGE ^ SONS
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in
OurStock is fy far the Largest
Theplun.of tliegovernmeut purehaK-^i-ig all the telegraph limit* outside of^the Gould system, is heing agituted.^1'hc plan hits many good feature* eoi. ^^i.eetetl with it, nevertheless, it hanlly^reeitut to be lit keeping with our form^t f government to handle such mutters,^tf this la done, the next ftcp will he to^purchase railroads and canals. It may^lie the only solution of the trnnHporta-^Hou problem.
OpenDay ^ Night Ahd is Complete in Every Department.
ThisRestaurant is Conducted in a^Strictly First Class Manner. We also^have for rent some elegantly
CattleMen and Ranchers!
CanHar* Fi.id Complete Outfits.
Saturday five engiuex run the^\vc^t and live from the east w ill mel^^on the new bridge spanning the Mis^^souri at liisiuarek, for the purpose of,^testing it, ami formally ojx'iting it for^traffic. At this test, it is expected that '^at least two hundred prominent rail^^road men, engineers and MpajtoH wiil^he present. The Bi-niai'ck Uiartl of!^trade will tender the visitors a recep-|^tion in the eveiiintr. on which the te^t 1^is made. The bridge has been three^years in course of erection, and is one 1^of the most substantial of its kind in^the I'nited States.
1I r ^ s f f If
CoalI Stone Co.
A,J. F. Ehrich, Supt.
M.O'yl'F.FM.'. Vot'XH,^MSI Trwlera.^Fort KateSi Moutaua^Tel rilory.
Fiirtufrlvsf Palmer^ami Inland llutita
HALFBLIX'K FROM THU DKI'OT,
Maqueen,Young a Deane,
Inrow pn purcd In furfiHh Coal and Store ^ n Im^iiirdiuln nolit-t'. All order* fur Coal Iflt at tin*^rcsi'tcin c t^f Mr. Khrich, on I'loiwaiit Htn-rt, or at^Lt'l'-lit r'n City Druff Stuff, or 1,. Nado !* aterv, on^l'aik Street, Kill receive prompt atteution
Cor.Sixth and Pleasant Sts.
*-Oflir^^tHarry A. C^i^ib.i- llo^k ^torr, Main^ItHSt, Miln tit) .
Irjtbo ^Rod .larkiH^ ^'n^l ^nd tou will^^ther, Thp tia.t iu tin market.
MILESCITY, M. T.
rurnfohvdNewljr Throughout, tinlf lintel lin\^ini; -aiii|.U Kouiidi 1st fomaifri'ial
Dr.C. B. Lebcher,
Corner0/ Pleatanl and Tenth Streets,^2tfMaiaCITY, KOMTAlA..
1k J h^^ a ^ at
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MILESenr, VL. T.
Workdone on shortest notice, and satit-^faotion |mraateed.
Orlcrs ldt at i. J. Orsliam'a store will receive^prompt attention. S6tf
Wehave Received a new lot of
Gits-Mil Ms, Hats, Caps,
LadiesWill Find an Elegant Line of a
Stapleand Fancy Dry Goods,
Carpets,Wall Paper, and
HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS, ETC
Barman,Holmes ^ Co s Famous