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iluu". Miles City. Montana.
SAI W L10 V'Attorney at Law. Bilin.. V. T.
fee lit ;.If courts of the Territory.
MILES CITY, M. T.
JOS. LEI(IHTON, - PRESIDENT.
RICH'D E. STOWER, CASHIER.
Authoried Capital, - - S0,000.
Paid up Capltal, - * 8 ,O.
Jo. ist(HTro, RICH.. E. SIOWMr.
Alarl.EIt MYRar, WM. H. UUTHUma
<(MO. M. MILa., JOHN J. O(AHAM.
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OTKIN'S BOOM N EASES.
Montau.'s Next Delegate Gath
eri::g irn the Clans with a
Progress of the Extension of tlh,
Northern Pacific Toward
The Irish Land League Troubles
---Patrick Ford Steps Down
President Arthur on His Way
to Washington From
Col. Merrick, the Star Route
Attorney Kicking Like a
OtevU TsassU teO savTeRs.
NEW Y. ,. ,~ *". 2D.-Preaident Ar
thur let u" Ww.whington to-day, to at
tend to ismme butln:sm matterm, and will
return within ten days. His health
hu been greatly benefitted by hib re
cent visits to the cities of Mssachu
Wasea ihe e as.
BILLInas, O(. S.-Tlv klaylag
Si prqgr ng at a rate of S to mi.les
a day, the acid storm which blew up
yesterday did not Interfere In the let
with the good work which is being
pushed as rapidly as men and money
Speial l tho . . urnal.
IBOZEMAN, (Oct. 20.-The 'v't'<ok
here was wetl given by a t4m ': . ' -
acre yesterdtay in the follow' .. . nlon:
IBotkin will undoubtedly r,; well in
Gallltau, and I think will have a ma
jority. I have no doubt about the ib*
tue between the county ticket. Col.
Botkin speaks at bridgeville to-night.
John Heward PaPe~s Soft.
WAuI.u"'O»N, D. C., Oct. 2.-Mr.
Corooran, the venerable Washington
buhanker, Ilih, li :iotJier kind seact that
deserv iOiw gratitude ofall ti- ad
mir* .' ;i Howard Payn. . I
writi I ; is to briing i '
reninins .. * ., lonely gray' wlhere
they at Tunis and have them placed
in Oak HiU Cemetery, (Jeorgetown.
1). '., with a nionunment In honor ot
"Home, Sweet Home." There seenms
to lee none of his family left to consent
or object to this chlange in his resting
CHICAOO, Oct. 20.-It is denies here
In newmiaper eircles and by thse in
position to know, thatJanmusU. Blaine
in any way concerned In the ownership
of the Western .agauzine. A few
weeks ago Blaine contributed an article
on "81outh American Politics." Fur
ther than this he han never had any
cannection with It Tbhe ragaine a
weak, mpuny and light-weight weekly,
and it Ihas been hinted that the pub
lished purimmely secured the publics
tion of the report In hopes of securing
a little free advertising.
*wmmml HIs NI. at .
WAnH i aTON, Oct. 20.-When asked
whether he had anything to say with
reference to the affmdavlts published
recently in connection with the star
route Jury bribery aflitr, Mr. Merrick
aid In his opinion it waR beteath the
dignity or government counsel to en
gage In a newspaper discuthoh of the
matter at this time. The whole affair
was under investigation and in two or
three days hoe v'c*ted -pelal counsel
would make . r qwrt. Meanwhile any
attempt to tortestall public opininn
woulA be iir.bue f1l. Without doubt
attempts have been made with more or
lea succem to fblat upon the govern
ment servior corrupt men, with the
ob4ot of dasegng the ame. was a
I Im II wqt y oft that
every one of the Juroufts = was
alleged were c'rruptly appreasbed,
voted for aseqttal.
Tbe Lamd LeaP .
NtEW YouH, Cet. .).-The rec( nt ian
nounftlt ient nadle ly Patrick Ford,
through his pal.er the IrUa Workld,
wherein he declined to telve any
further contrilmtlions, fur the land
league, in &Uppl~iu to have caused tihe
cont'rrence of the Irish leaders in Dub
lIn on the litl Int.L, w"h was the
largeNt gatheriolg iheld s i the forNua
tioln of the Inuld leagff. r egn
lian of treasurer Egpn, MP unu-.
uulmormrw. In hi ltteri lid:
"In view of the frlt tliat new na.
tional organplztion is hkn to spring
froml the tounfere.iee, anid It is luinlo l
ble for in. to longer aullent myself fronm
inv buLiiIIe in Dublin. It nust earn
estly I*g my frielnds in the land league
to relieve Ime of the tre.arershill. lie
gives only round flgurll In h11 srtate
iient, as the Lxoks of the company irel
inl Dublin. Eagal speclnes the lur
pImes to which the £148,(i00 expended
through the general land league land
ladien' league, were applied a follows:
Support of evicted tenant., erection of
land league huts, payment of law conts
and general expenses of organisation.
For his own protectlon, as well as for
satisfaction of members of the league,
Ihe maks that two membenr of the exec
utive conidttee be depted o examine
his accounts. Davttt prppnied and
Justin McCarthy seconded a warnm
vote of thanks and continued eonfl
dence in E n*m, which paled. Par
nell. in anm addres to the otiference,
corrected the imprtesion that nothing
had teen done for evicted tenants.
He maid since the dlaoluUon of the la
dies' league, £2774 had been spent in
relieving them, and that hundreds of
ifaillle had been placed in positlon to
avail themselves of the beneits of the
arrears act. Brennan and Sexton were!
appointed secretariesof the conference.
A number of letters and telegrams
from America approving the move
ment, were read. Letters were alto
received from several Catholle bishops
apolngizing for their abence, and ex
presing confidence In th leaders of
Special to the Dailly Journal.
HO&MMAN. M. T., ($f. 2.-The
theatre was upaked last evening, long
betwfore the meeting opened. The band
playing popular aimr in the ihtervaik.
The private boxes, eight in numnber,
were filled with ladies, who showed
great interest In the proce dings. J.
V. logert the chairman, opened the
meeting by making a few appropriate
resuarks, introducing the names of the
nomlneen on the county ticket, and
*Alding by introducing Hon. Alex. C.
Botkin, who wai received with a per
fect storin of applause. Mr. Botkiln's
s|Mecl was limtened to with marked itl
tention, and hlie was frequently initer
rupted by applause. He spoke in a
ealm, gentlenimanly and fluent manner,
treating lils subject very concisely.
His reference to the attimptm of the
iDemocratic pawpenrs, on his platfonnrm,
and his reply thereto, were happy. liHe
went on at some length to review Ma
ginnin, and the way in which he shlow
ed him up, was well appreciated. Mr.
Botkin upoke two liours, and appeared
in the bent of health and spirils; lihe
was followed by Mr. A. F. Burleigh, of
MUem City, candidate for district attor
n -, who compared the two parti e
fromn a national tandpoinLt He was
listened to with marked attention
througlhout. Judge Blake of Virginia
City, was the next speaker; his happy
way of drawing conclusions and mak
ing points, was from printed slips of
paper, which he read and compnpar
ed. The way in which he me:att
ed MaginniW for his course In her
crow reservation busines, and in rt
ducing the mail service of Madison
county was well done. Judge iLke
is not afraid to speak the truth and he
known how to speak it. When Judge
Blake ftdred loud call wee made,
Conger, (Conger, (Conger, upok which
Judge Conger was introduced making a
very nice little speech, but as he al.
sured his hbearens he was not a poliU
clan, however, it may be he could not
refrain from maylnag what he knew of
Martin Maginni and hi. oppimtlon to
having any reservation thrown open
until Broadwatw, Wilder, Hauser &
Co. had dome with ItL The meeting
eloud with thtree eheen t r Botka
widea wWO gem Willas wi t
The detaetPrA- bta the 6 at at
rived lst nikm at f thw dl be.
lag ea16 ed- r
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It is unfortunate for this gentleman
that he is a candidate for a sixth term,
partlularly when the circumstances
of his nomination are conxldered. If
he had retired on the laurels won
during ten years' service In congress
and not returned to the territory to
connive with a few alleged leaden of
the party for a renomination for the
sixth time, with the chanou of suctes
at least doubtful, him future public
career would have been much brighter
That his nomination was brought
about at the dictation of Hauser,
Broadwater and that cronwd, the chief
beneficlaries of Maginnh reign, there
is no reason to doubt. There was no
other man they could use as well, and
Maginnis was compelled to break his
solemn pledge to the people and sully
his honor at their request. To bring
tabout this result they started the hue
and cry that Maglanis was the only
man in the party who could be suecea
ful, and it was efbletve, although one
fourth of the delegates in the conven
tion refuted to sanction by choice or
vote the work of the majority.
Did Maginnim act honorably with
the other prnmlnent democrats who
had aspirations for his seat? Let the
fcts answer. Aefore the adournment
ofr cogress he made several public
Savowals that he would not again be a
candidate, and Messrs. Toole, Word,
Mitchell, Mayhew and others were
understood to be in the race for the
nomination. But soon the leading
demlocratic paper of the territory pro
nounced for Maginnas as the only man
who could save the party, and the re
fiain was taken up by other democratic
organs and by the democratic (Magin
nis) laden and continued until the
day of the eonveatiou. All of these
papers ae read by Maginlns, and did
he ever open his mouth or put pen to
paper to state for the beneit of those
who had strong claims upon the anacmi
nation that he was misrepresented and
would under no elreumstances make
the race again? Not that anybody
know of. In het, f ar a meoth bhere
the convention Maganis' whereabouts
wen uakeuew exzeept te A elah men,
and the lrst beard oa him he termed
up In Butte with the manuscript of
his spee of acceeptanee in his pocket.
Hon. Joseph K. Toole had honest
aspirations for congress, but he saw
that the pins were set up for Maglnnis
again, and ever if he did out vote the
latter in the convention be would be
slaughtered at the polls. And hence
Mr. Toole's letter declining to make
But in order to give some color of
-- .. _. .- " 1 ...II~ .
loneisty of plurpone to the Magiinni,
(ifindidacy, it wit announced In auld
vanice that I e wou'd not accept unles
I noninated unanimiiiously: Was there
anything ineere abount thin ? The ac
ceptance or Maglinimlni with folty-two
delegaten votling Iuai|at hinm firt, last
and all the time shown there was jot. i
At every ntep in the prmteedligs trick
wun rtworted to not only in the Interet
of Maginlni but of the wing that de
pend ulini his werviheo in Washington
for iertWsIuall favors In the way of Ut
It was a fatal atep for Martin. The
increase of population In the territory
Ihas been nuch ad to alnimot lusure the
s uceom of the repuAbican candidate,
particularly so popular a candidate an
Alex. C. Botkin, and when the valiant
mujor retires he will retire under the
cloud of defeat, and no political sun
will ever dlsperse It For a man of
very ordinary calibre he has been un
usually "locky," but the fickle god
deM deserted him when he accepted
me nominatUona the last UteW After
his present term expirem, Martin Ma
ginntie, who might have been a L'. S.
senator for the state of Montana, had
not his ambition overleaped iteelf, will
be rarely heard of in the mountalns.
His political career Is nearly run.
The St Paul (116e carries off the
sweet-bread when it nenes to real e.*
terprieb. An article which appead
in a New York Wakly paper abeout
two week age, we agMitibg d M a
"special" to the Obe. oa te. ILh.
ArabM PMhl hIvsig Wh io W
Um.of twth h bi.l, S. asa
d.4 wh every mrme walm e h sh
da No douM hel e be b1 th-e1h,
will be a t bokte*that d&be M Wm
pss; that kslk Mr. WlMU hat
Ci Dr Store,
Droes niE Islmues.
LIQUORS A CIOARIA
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Less vcfLr eUgwkzded dr.0 Aioum. I
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A. J. MAX I, mP9 F
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It isi to the IntewesE of all who an anaquanfaW
with the quality of COwl of tibi country. bdev'r
making arrangwemets for wfintet* fuel tuezamin.,
the coal of the
BETTER KNxo W.v As
whick boo Men. iun woe ot= D" 6bt "hwe-ie
e"d Wci a gave umlnIvu ama Ims.Tialoel ml
h, Jus an veeovamlledu. All O~bvs PrenF?'
Shigi. Mewwamble diace"e 11 Leave fl~er a,
IL 3. SAVý & WS. SWOM
We No NIAMES,
MUME CITY. MONTANA.
No P. mpg.
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the a. w. I fd .1adh
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