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THE DAILY JOURNAL
WII:M CITr, o.VIIANA.
Sunday, October a,. stas.
No, bill aginst THt Y.m.Low.ooN Jort3xAL,
. ,craeted by alyof thi e p f said paper. or
bula. willt 1 reapmund mn sacompanied by
written edrr signed b the pati.hr.
Time edltor of TfH Yan.LOwaORII JOURNIAL Is
n!4 rer-uihsj teh ay of the opldons or slter
auct.. of its.eniu mt
Natice is 11en t iv to l comoused that Tam
Y: LOWrOIIS Jot'rIIU L dthe s entrat ftom
'be germnar of Monlman to do all printing lad
*Jyretlngo of whaev.vr a nose hamugeoble to s*.
wr el,.mt . and MaL is the daignsted mid omly
papr. In lste,'r count. In which ervlem sby pubtl.
aties han . r.pin made. Legal notice pub.
Ilshod In 0ther pl~er of ('uster county aue tod
a4 worthlre, as has b.rn decided by the courts of
For Delegatc to Corus..,
ALEX. C. BOTKIN.
For DWlrlet Attorney
ANDREW F. BURLEIU.
WALTER A. BURLUIGI. Jr.
FRED H. FUP.EL.
ALBERT B. CURRY.
FPo Clerk and Recorder.
LUCIL'8 8. TAYICR,
For Prowso Judge.
WILLIAM C. STAEILE.
Per County Commllione.r,
JOHN M. TINKLER, for short term.
JOSEPH LI.EIlHTON, for long term.
ALONZO McNEI1, for ke ters,
ROBERT U. IEDD.
For kuperintendent of Publle Insmtruti,
CHAR. B. TOWERS.
WILLIAM B. GAW.
For Justles of the Poso,
W. I. ROHR,
W. . CflITNR,
To the Voters of Custer County:
I di( ;re to Inonrm my friends and the
pubil' la- vL.nral, that I aml not a can
,idate rfor ;an office within the gllt of
the votCrs o. this comlty.
A. W. CHURCH.
MYle City, Oct. 2'th. 1N12. If.
I hereby announce myself as a can.
dlidate for the om ce of County Clerk.
and repect(aly ask the suluWages of
the people. HMA'L O'CoNNLxtI.
Miles City, Oct. 19. IN2. Mtt
I hereby annwounce alyelfant acandl-!
late for the offioe of Amieor of Curter
,,runty, i. T.
A. P. FLANAOAN.
Milel City, October, 24th 1tM2. 6tf.
[ hereby declare myself a candidate
for election to the oAce of probate
judge hbr the County of Custer.
44M ARTHUR H. O'CoWxoa.
Miles City, Oct. 21, 1110.
ANO . N.C EN T.
I hereby announc my name as can
,ldate for county oommisloner of
Omuter enty., Whr the kng term, on
the Independent ticket.
Wx. H. BULLArtn.
Miles City, M. T., Oct. 20, 189±.
I h..r.ly annoa-ne mnynelf as a ean
d:cc fithr the oltet of herlfr of Cue
(r County, Montana, subject to Uth
decis.Ol of tile vterm of the county at
the next general election.
Miles City, Aug. 19, 1811. 8"7t
I hereby annou-ce ,.mylself a candi
hate for the olee of Countmy Clerk of
useter County suhbJett to the decision
.f the voter ao tile maid county at the
,nsuing general eletdku.
L. 8. TAYLOR.
Miles City, M. T., Aug. 19, '02. T7tf.
NO SIA TBMENT.
Sines the present incumbant sat
lown in the County Treaaurers'o e,
a here has not been a report or state
iment of any kind as to the county
imanee. It in claimed that we have
,Joney in the treasury, but if sayone
with a fifty cent warrant presents It
for payment, they are gruffly Informma
that there is so cash on hand. Some
body lies. Who is It? If the dear
people wbotm the present treamurer so
tethetically importunes to support his
biUnlg ertune, should ask him where
dt eml .poenq hI, he weeM he
totaIly uamIe to answer the eosu,
.dan. Pleet Mr. Curry and we gus.
ate a tnulthhl Nod imaprtlal ster
ment of aunty busiess every nalnty
ye s and every nlghit if neoawry.
the cunty businaes hsl bee run
gnder the dark lantern systenm lkig
enough. Let us have moue light. We
cam It h w ti ng lr urry.
'Wheluseespeake Magsinsle ,ald
a demeeat, as (. Oas malllpt his
edding the other alght.
Iothl Is a man of and ar the peo
A oeaner record than that of Mar
shall Botkin's is hard to find.
This is the year the republicans of
Custer county get in their heavy work.
The republicans will do their cele
brating on the 7th and 8th of Novenm
The "take notice" busincem is only a
blind to keep standing and save coin.
The days for fat contracts will have
paed away with the election of Mar
Where intinmldation is practised,
there you will find the largest demo.
The Hon. Martin Maginnis, it is
said, will engage In mercantile pur
suits after the cl.etion.
MaginniA will the lonellest man In
the territory on the announcement of
the election of Marshal Botkin.
Civility costs nothing, and some
smart ale.ks, that, through Influence,
set Into position, seem to be unaware
of that tfct.
The Evepfng Blster has stopped in
sinuating against the noble order of
Masons. The remarks have made it
There tll[l remains active work for
Custer county republlicans from now
until Nov. 7th. See to it the victory
is a mammoth one.
A paper never makes anything Iy
attacking the character of such men as
C. H. (ould ; this the Daily Zwening
Ih/wstes will moon discover.
The Masons of our county will no
doubt r.memler the sneering allusions
to their noble organization made by
the Evening Cider Press.
On this bright and pleaant Sunday
morning. we aain allirm. that Martin
Maginnis, a resident of Minnesota, is
filling his last term In convres.
Som years have elapsed since tli
republicans were so thoroughly united
as at the present moment. This mesan
victory, don't fall to remember it.
"Westward the Star of Emiplre takes
its way." Eastward Botkin's star
goes after Nov. 7th, stralrht to a point
on the Potomac river, called Washing
If the editor of the Evening Pharisee
keeps up his liek telling stories ahou
the JOURNAl. editor, he bids fare to
fhat become the champion liar of the
Don Carlos, the permanent pre
tender for the Spalnish thronse, has bet n
shelved by his followers, for gambling.
He was prdºably caught "bucking the
The Steele county, Minn., Held I
wants to know if saloons are blaeisng
to a community. IDon't know about
the blessing part, but they are mighty
The air will be thick with epithets,
uttered by the dermocrat, ou the 7th
of November, when they discover, us
ing the languag. e of the poet, how
beautifully they are left.
A burglar was arretekd in Minnesota
a few days ago, that was sufblring ft m
a severe add, caused by the chilled
lead that entered his body from the
town omeer's trusty forty-four self
Ye u an Ibetyour pi'e, with a ertaluty
of winning, that the entire eounty
ticket goes in with the roar of a spring
freshet. As r Maginlnis, he'll drop
out of sight, with the velocity of a
Not "Wildem Lending, but every
city and town In Montana i. solid for
Butinu and true blue republleanlm.
In this ornanection, it would be well to
state that the historie laftling only has
SHome of Hubbel's blood money prom
es to be put to a very gumduse. .O,
aU of It will be seat to Teua to buy
up, at Sl.) per bhed, 2O,ouo reasers,
who have heretolbre stood by the dem
oorat. and free whiskey.
A heroc - any deed of the Knights
of olden timer, was that noble aet of
two hunters who walked and earried
a woman, who had broken her leg,
eighty miles, and stopping but twl e
on the road to eat, until she was
brought to a place where a pgeuon
eml attend her. She is now nttiNn
sinsg teely, at the ommelurel hotel
to this city
nme pewnars lnd fault with the
depoeratlc nominees, on the grounds
of incompetenes, and hundreds of
democrats hfvor the republican candi
dates foa their ability.
Down In Tennesmee, at democratic
guthlerines, they hire a colored fiddler
to play a few tunes by way of getting
up a little enthusitinm among the faith
til, but nothing short of a brass band
w II wake them up in Miles City.
Its a nlmstaken idea to imagine the
entire ticket as put forth by the repub
licams of Custer county will not be
elected by a majority that will loom
up like the plume of the Shah of Per
ala, which is composed wholly of
The people of Custer county are
proud of their ticket, nominated by
the republicans, and will endorse it at
the polls on the immortal Nov. 7th.
Immrortal becamue our democratle rep
resentative is dropped out of the list,
politically buried, as it were.
It's the right of every American citi
sen-women and fools excepted-to
vote accordlng to their caoi., istions. If
any one tries to bulldoze you, spot him
as an enemy to American institutions
and vote against hint every time, no
matter what party he represents.
The white laboring men of Monta',a
will support the party that has shown
Itelf their friend by shutting off tie
importation of Chinese Coolie labor.
If they do that the party that owns
a James G. Blaine will get all the
votes of white laboring men in Mon
It hasl Ieen suggeited that the demo
eratic candidates, who have enjoyed
the novelty of setting up their Iamtesw
to be knocked down by republlitan
votes, contemplate a re-union, at iault
Lake, after election, and while
there, will probably indulge In their
Bob Ford, who for a stipulated sum
of money, slew Jesse James, his best
friend, has Just been turned loose on
the community again, having been
found not guilty of murdering Wood I
Hite. It took the jury forty-one hours
to agree. Ford is the worst kind of a
criminalll, and If not locked up may do
some harmn yet.
The Diamond R. omtilt thinks the
republicans of Custer counmty are or
ganisaed; well, we should smile, anid
when the riot act is read to "lnimber
Jim, on the 7th of Novemmber, he will
think that the seventy-five votes sent
to the cruesing of the Mus.le-ihell to
represent 750 tissue ballots, have met
a tidal wave.
The near aplrach of the day set for
our territorv to redeem itself should
urge every voter to give his attention
to the impllortant question and ask him
self what the demn,*ratic iM.rty have
done for the Interest of the territory ?
It can easily be asierutined as it is de
noted by a aolitary cypher, and if
Martin Maginni has ever done us any
good, the amount is so small that it
would take a powerful microscope to
The London .andard has produced
somte bitter things agalnst M'oor Her
rlnn of Chicago, who recentlv return
ed from a trip to England and Ireland.
Mr. Harrison lhad the courage to speak
of things as he observed and found
them ; henoe the grunt fren the Man
dard, known everywhere s the orgpn
of English prejudice and bigotry. We
think, however, Mr. Harr on will
survive the dlsplesaure, even though
he be a democrat.
The Diamond "K." WIg of the
demooracy sems to behoof the opinlon
that the republican party in Custer
county is short lived. They are now,
as they always have been. true to their
decalogue. We want but little here
below. nor want that little long, but
we want it good and strng. But on
and after the 7th of Nov. they will give
it the new transatIon : "We want
but little here below, nor want that
little long, but the republicans gave it
to us good and atrong."
At the ratilleaton meeting of the
great unwashed, the Hon. C. 0. Cox
sid he didn't care a d-nm whether he
got there or not." Such being the case,
in all probability, if elected, he would
St take enough interest in Iegilative
af llr, to care a d--m, whether Custer
county's ltereelst were looked after or
not. Voter., bewareof the landlbreLt
candidate who does not suflelently ap.
preelate the honor which might be
conferred upon him, to eves speak tn
peotailly of the posible, eut aet pr*
able, result of the bsehmr of Cer
L 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!
--a= mm K erl Fi.-
We have Received a noew let of
Gnu' Furnisiiii oods, Has, Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladis will Find an Elegant Line of
Staple and Fancy .Ory Goods,
Carpets, Wall Paper, and
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
I AGEmbW'OS 7P1
iHarman, Holmes t Co's Famous
Sauk Center Flour.