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THE DAILY JOURNAL
MILg CTY., MONTAr I.
Tuesday, October 4, slas.
No blle asgaSln Tnt YLILWrs*.'t JontrNAt,
sruebtud i ay of the emplore , -" ,.,,I I .ir, or
,ibsem. willl b .leenued unk.n ",,, ..panied by
written .umr rd d by the p.,' igii r.
The ritter of Er I.L.,ows.To JOttrNAL is
".. ra mnsibMe r any of the opinions or utter
.esI or its c.nl/aidents.
Nutlce is hereby given to all concerned that Tilu
VnLLOWtOll JoIU'RNAI. h". the contract from
.he governor of Montana t( , :, all Irinting and
adseltislag tf whate.er nature .c,..r" !I. to CuN
s'r aatY ; and alsu Is the - I .I and o./u
ear iM ster county in wet. ri. w by publi
,.ae teln be I/ntlly made. .,Igal nitkes pub
asalhd In ether papers of ('..ter enunty are told
.ad worthlsss, m hmas ben decidld b t ' courts of
oiner smIb apIbeW sau TshesL
For Deekgate to C'ontr -,
ALEX. U. B(. ' ! i N.
For District At' -'
ALDREW F. lUilt '..'11.
W. A. BURIEI(;II, Jr.
A. B. CURRY.
For Clerk and Recorder,
L. N. TAYLtR,.
For Probate Judge.
W. C. NTAEHI.E,
For County Cononi"loners,
N. TINKI.ER., fr ,h.rt term.
JOSEPH I.EIIIITt)N. for long term.
ALONZO McNEIL, for lung term.
For Superlmtendent of Public Instruction.
A. C. I.tI.L.N.
I her;l,v announce nI.velfnq a cnndi
slate for thile ottfe of As~ess :-of Custer
*rounty, M. T.
A. P. FLANAOAN.
Miles City, Octlor, 24th 1882. 6tf.
I herebyv declanr eaa ylf a condidate
for election to the office of probateI
.Jilldge for the Conty of us('ter.
4-tf "AnTirvt II. O'C(osoR.
Miles City, Oct. 21. I"S.
lndepc !tr Candidate.
Shi r . n.lnoune nmv, . , :t
dldate : Ile ottfie of .4 ,,.I, i.r k.
and respectfully astk tiK o...... ag.s of
the people. AtM., ' ..sN .I.
Miless City, Oct. 19, Irs2. 2-tf
I hereby announl e mIlvself al an in
dependent candidate for the office of
tlteriff of Cilater county, and resp.ect.
i'flly ask the spllllprt of thi. people of
u:id collnty. A W. ('in'tr.
Dated , s (City. (Oct. 7. I$$2. 44tt
AA .1 :)1 4ESMiENT.
I herl.vy alnnlOnce mlY rlIE e.a can
.lidute for countly (,. - -ioner of
flate lr lounity, for the l,,r tesrlm, on
Slie inlldepenldellt lieket.
W.M. . II'I.I.AltD.
Miles City, AM. T.. Oc.t. Lo, 18N-.
T hereby annouellll(.ae ,i smelf n. a can-'
,ItrNte for the olfthel of "Sheriffl of ('Cus
ler ioullnty, Mlontanlll, sulhijtet to the
eisiionl orf the votlcr- of Itl(e (county at
thie next general election.
Miles City, Aug. 19, 182. 37tf
I hereby annlllloule rnylf a candi
deate for the office of County (lerk of'
ICuster County, subject to I! ,e d1.isnon
.,f the voter, of the si,'! ,insly at the
, aisuing geuer.l elk s4 .
Miles City, M. T., Aug. la, "aj. 37tf.
Replying to the silly and nonlsensical
.iaurge of our weak aind sickly, fly
Islown, twilight c.,ltecnp4r.Ary, it is not
;st all necceary to see the editor of the
,louKNAI., to secure our support anld
endorwnuelntt of any honest manl that
is nomlnated to serve hi fellow man
in matters purely local, we work for
the interest of the hest man. In ev
erything else, wv fly our republican
solors as hith au any paper in the land,
:end do our hata to Ione in our loyalty to
the party of honest governnment. With
the dally dulllnem, however, it looks an
though the man with the largest pile,
. was the one, who in their opinion,
" would make the lbet official. In poll
flea, as in everything else, its a regular
"'stra4dler," hoistling both tickets, inI
hopes of mecuring reward from two di,
tinet parties, elither of whdh it boa
cftly serves, nor has It the ability or
4.oarage to come out squarely end de
.la lll Ie
Montana is flly able to protect her
*,wo ilteretal without the aid of the
getmtliuha Red Whing.
Bhinarek s so proud of her now
brhidg, that b beborsn . frn.tlu with
prewhub lev t it allude. to as te
MabaiY~da V bridge. The Ib.
m icay liit r d "Its rame thsughL
a wise hspuan .d is aeuiehSa>g be.
MAPAN L BOIKIN IZN Nl/ AGML
Col Botkin and Max Waterman,
Fsq., recently addruseed a largely at
tended meeting of voters In Martins
dale, and a correspondent of the Hele
na Herald, rys: "Cc'l. Botkin dellv
ered a stirring address of an hour's
duration. Notwithstanding the long
trip he had miade, encountering rain,
mud, and everything of that natule
that tends to depress an ordinary man,
he was looking well, feeling well and
spoke in his usual elegant style. He,
to use an old exprcssion, held his au
dience spell bound, and at the conilu
saio was greetied with the applause
that a Montana audience gives only to
true worth. The C'ol. can count all
the votes of that pr)ilneict, and thome
who heard him slweak there, wish that
their numnber was larger.
The (;ilndive Prrea grows brighter
and newsier, and is all right, barring
"Home rule" for Montana is the bat
tie cry that will re-tnrho from the hill
tole Nov. 7th.
'Tis better to recept the nomination
and get left than not to accept at all.
There is but one opinion regarding
the JlruHNAL. that its the newsiest pa
per in the territory.
Bru.idwl.ter,- luhlhell & Co., have
postlpotted action on that new biusiness
block until after el'tionu.
After Novemnlilr 7th, address all mail
matter intendled for Martin Maginnis,
to his holtne at Ied \\'inl, Minln.
Mr. Matinnis will I,e here on the
2~lth ridal piople will flock to hearhiah.
and on Nov. 7th give their votes to
Martin Maginnistis making pronm.es
to the voters that he has no idea of
fulfilling, tnever sell goods that you
You may look at may rec.rd, but mIust
not touch it, tie a weak, frill altd dell
cute toy that will not bear handling.
This is the last thle I shall ever run
for office, exciept it Ie for sowie local
oflfic in the City of lt41 Willn, where
I reside.-Martin Maginnis.
I am nt so greedy yas U. S. Grant.
I merely want to represent Montanal
in motigr.ess during nay lifetime. (Grnnt
wants the whole world.-Martil Ma
The Hon. Alexander C. lBotkin was
a grand surmlces as managing editor of
the ('hirago Tim"s, and will make a
brilliant record as ci ngressman from
The flitihful followers of Delegate
Maginnis are the~e who have Iwen
Iwnetitted by montlwetanll grow fat on I
governmenllllllt Imp dealt out bly the
Defeat iath in it for mie l hzliiher
ai tlLhan victory, for it elcets mie to
private life anld mllakesn rnw. for an
abler man in the halls of conlgres.
Let there le no faltering along the
line fromn now until November 7th.
Every step mIust be in a forward di
rection. This is our .2ear, and the
Ieattle cry Is on to victory.
The newspapers of Montana, regard
less of polditLs, have nmauht but kind
and friendly words for the ex-Journal
Sst, Marshal Rtokin. His election to
Scongrelsn a foregone conclusion.
The 7th of Novenimler will be a red
letter day in tile history of Montana,
for on that (lay she elects a republican
to look after her interests in Congress,
Martin Maginnis stepping down and
The stray dollars from the public
treasury that have been dropped In
Montana have all gone In one direct
lon, and have continued from time to
time to enrich the same "clique," men
as it were who stand in with those in
If any name on your ticket for coun
ty coonmisioner, Is that of a non-tax
payer, scratch it ev.ry time. Mlake no
mistake about this, as its your duty to
elect only men who have some Interest
at take, aside from the mere haf of
being a oommmisloner,
IfCharley Foster s to bee t Jonah
of Ohio politis by attempting to mix
up an inflmoa prohibitory law with
r good straight republemalanm, thsooner
a he is gotten rid of tme better. HIe and
a the husabiad of Mrs. Ruthlald B,
SHayes mmed their voatim in not
I itdylag tr the limt lft Iheir en
A great questlon now agitating the
minds of the people, Is how much ben.
efit did Montana receive from the WOO,
000 Maginnis obtained for the Crow
Indians. We think we could name a
few white men, however, that were
benefitted by that money.
All parties and organiuations have
their "dmnes" and "dead timber."
the republican party is no exception to
this rule, and you will find wind
lags" standing around predicting the
defeat of their party Instead of rolling
up their sleeves and working for its
It was 1'nude Hnampton who uttered
the almos(t pirophettic words, "liy the i
Eternal, S-,uth ll( rolina, imustl Ihb al
lowedl to rule South Carolinall." This
is the exact conclul-in the voterst. of
Montana have arrived at regarding
their congremsional delegate, as will be
clearly proven November 7th.
November 8th has been decided upon
as the day of gathering of Maginnis
and friends on the lands of the tradi
tional stream, salt creek, there will be
ne trouble in finding the place, as all
the trails leading to and from there in
known to the followers of our phantom
mystery who in strugling against all
hope for a re-election to the oflice the
people say must be filled only by
As this will be thae last tour of Martin
Maginnis through .Montana in the in
terents of poilties, the JoriNAL hIolwue
his visit to Miles City will be a plear
ant one. Persoll,lly, we have a high
regard for the gentlemunan, but as our
representive to congress, he has been l
di.maln failure, and lie retires to private
life to make room for Marshal Ilotkin,
who in sure to receive the Iuhinlar vote
There can be no doubt but that thme
republican party, with all its faultsai d
slhortco(Iings, with the inelwrfecti"io.n
that attach to all Iwlties, however great
anld olwe rftul, and errors thut cloud the
rcord of all human organizations,
relre.ents a mnajorily of the intelli
gen.e and lmoral force of the countrly.
And within its ranks may he found
the better element of Ihe foreigners
that lcome to our shores with a view of
bettering their conditions.
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The voters of tilis coulty have a duty
to lwrfornl in the forthomling el.etion.
Allow no Imen to In plac.d in power
wiho will not faithfully guard and
lprt4ct your Internts. It has leen
ruIniiore tlhat onle of the eandhlladtca for
t'colllIrbnioner dlew lnot iny a dollar illn
taxes to tlie county; if this in true,
crutctlh hilmn every tine, even though
it It mInecetQary to Islt your own party,
to down him. There lwin no salary
attachedll to the tofe, it certainly 1h0kl
ia little qlueer to ,ee a nonll tax-payer
anxious for the imsition.
It certainly is thie illiest kind of
wishy-wanhy nwntinlnt to allude t,:
~1hirslll Itotkin as a carpet-lagglctr.
Hle has been for nanlly yearn, a filithful
othlcitll in tlhe territory, diwharging hlis
uiliIerus u, slut I aI Ii annller tlhat lhas
mInade friends for hilim, by the swore.
His nomlillation camne without any n-"
lclitation onl lis. part, but onle norni
lnted, lie knew It to 1w his duty to
,.iake the Is.et iºonible fight for his lpar
ty. He haIs the snu(lwrt of friends
I earned tlhrou~l these many years of
se'rvie, as1d they prop'se standing by
I hin, and seel.lg that he is elected.
There isn oly one way the democrat
le party can ever conie into power, and
that is thrnough the errors and blundered
of republlicun i.liticlans and would-lbe
"bounes" that the solid phalanx of vo
ters are rising up all over the country
and irotesting agalnst by bolting the
party. If the republican party would
remain a.s pure and strong ans its prin
eipleh, and would move forward to new
questions with the strength and pro
gretlve spirit which have character
i"ed its past history there would he no
poslhle chance for such a party as the
democratic to come into power. unless
civilization would go backward and
barbarismn come again-things not at
all likely to occur.
A strong and untflinching work from
now until snaset, on the eve of Nov.
7th, il what Is needed to carry out the
,: opular wish of the people. That
Martin Maginnis step down and out
Sas gracefully as possible, and give way
f to Marshal Blothin, who will represent
the people, and not a small "clique" or
"ring" of contuletorw and political
I triekstern, who grown tht at the publice
i crb. For Heaven .ake, give us a
I change, this is nt a monarchilal ar m
of pgoveenlneu, W. .h bl
teen. veryth u h an endlr and
If the old iayeng a "bad beiuing
makes a ad idii' Is true, a ml
I magns m b stare asek out wreug
leas the $0 4.
C W, SAVAGE & SONS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Our Stock is by far the Largest
IN EASTERN MONTANA.
And is Complete in Every Department.
Cattle Men and Ranchers!
--eam ensi Fled sMe- mm i Om.ui
We have Received a new lot of
lts' Fu isIin& Goods, Ham, Cap
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladies will Find an Elegant Line of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Carpets, Wall Paper, and
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
AGENL T'S OZOR,
Harman, Holmes & Co's Famous
Sauk Center Floui