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VOLUME VII. No. :S. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER g, 1888. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURNAL Ykh O iei.a I'.upr of 'dastr (oueltI. Every Morning Except Monday. Population of Miles City . . 3,000 Terms of Subscription; BY MAIL, IN ADV NCE, 1'UITA(E P'AID. Daily Edition, one year......................,n.0, Daily Ediion sx u, th.................... ....... . Daily Edlitll e .unb mouth .......................... . 1,4l TO CITY Bt'I.,CRIB'RI, Carrier, Every Mlorninig, at 2. rents per wlwee, WazaKLY E'IITI.,. Y&.L 1\' I APEIX. One Year.... ... .. ................: 1, Bix Nonths .............................. ............. " Thsre ,M .ath.................................. 1. Advertiming Rates. ._ - C . . " _ ."- 4111. s. Z a e C I ay....... ..0 3.00 4.)0 8.00 10.t.' 14 00 20.00 a )ays....... i.i a , 7.00 11.101 13.11 1t.00 26.00 ,Days ...... ..I 1.00I '.00 14. 1f,. I.() 21.00 80.00 A ',k...- '0 4o,.00 1"1.U1 . IG.,."' t.0 2x .001 6.00 V,,wks... ., 10.1 0 I 12.1). 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THE OLDEST An LARGEST HOUSE IN EASTERN MONTANA. STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK, MIL"ES OITY. MONT. THE LARGEST BANK IN EASTERN MONTANA INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. W. R. STEBBINS. President, W. . HARMON, Vice President. H. F. BATOHELOR, Oashi r. ELMER E. BATCHELOR, Asst. Cash. NATIONAL BANK. OF THE OLDEST ND LARGEST BANK IN ESTRN MONTLAA. JOSE08PH LEIOhTON, President. W. B. JORDAN, Vice President. E. B. WEIRIOK, Cashier. H. B. WILEY, Assistant Cashier. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Live Stock, Loans, Real Estate and Notary Public LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY Agent for the oldest and must reliable FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE C08. And the oldest agent In town. Money Loaned on First Class Security. Cattle and sheep ranches, and improved farms for sale at a bargait with easy terms of payment. Houses to Rent and Collections Made. Several comfortable and commodious dwelling houses and well located business and residence lots for sale cheap; also N. P. R. R. Co.s lots and lands, and grazing lands in the Northwest Territory for lease or sale. Montana, Western, Wyoming, Texas and Eastern GATTLE FOR SALE In lots to suit purchasers. Also several choice bands of sheep and Pennsylvanial "Black Top," registered rams and Short Born thoroughbred and grade bull for sale. WILLIAM COURTENAY, MAIN STREET. I. ORSCHEL & BRO., Clothing and Gents Furnishings. Hats and Caps. Boots and Shoes. Commercial Block, - - Miles City. R. G. RIGHMOND. Diamonds,Wafches Fine Jewelry Watch Repairing a Specialty. T--..'E rBa OC, Li.n.._E 0=-r. THEY'RE ALL RIGHT. A Ticket Nominated which will Lead the G. O. P. to Vic tory in November And of which no Republican need be ashamed of. A Wise Selection By a Convention of Intelligent Delegates. No Railroad. ing of Candidates. REPI'ULICAN OUI'NTY REPI IBLI( .AN In C1onventlll n ..pmnllbledI Nominaut the Ticket thai t I. l Win in Nemlber .ext. .InOINI G N.E,.lION. It was II o'clock by the most reli able bhronometer when the republi uca cojnvenution of .'unter county was called to º rder yesterday, by S. Uord.iu secretary of the republicnu central commniltee, and the 'll i for the con vetalion read. Followonk .Ihe reading of the call, the selectii n of a tempo. rary chairman and necretary being in order, Mr. Fred M. Kriedler wee nominated and elected as chairman and S. Gordon as secretary. Mr. Kriedler on assuming the chair made a short but felicitous.peech thanking the gentmlrePen of tlIe etoventiou for the honor conferred, and t,'ngratulat ing Ihem and the republicans of Cum. ter county on the auspicious outlook for the suceare of the party which was acadowledged by applause. The firat business of the convention being the formation of working committees, the following were upon motion appoinst ed by the chairman: Cred.ntlale: Wi. Harmon. H. R. Marcy, John Tully, C. E. Joubert. and H. Oreabel, Order of Business: W. S. Snell, Arthur Bittle, and Ed Jones. Permanent Organization: A. E. Flager, N. Huckett, J. Strutherm, M. P. Wyman, and M. G. Maples. Resolutions: J. B. Collins, 8. (3cr dou, C. W. Seyde, J. E. Kennedy. and ('. S. Whitney. Having accomplished all that could be douie untdi the commlttees re psrtte the convention took an ad journment until 2 o'clock p. in. AFrERNOON SESSION. At tLhe bhur appoinlted tbe ciDVnD Lonll re-anaemblkd at the call of the eb&Iuabrw Mod tbe first oider of buai neh to.lug the report of the commit teeou* crtedeutiahs, thl.t c.wmittr re* potted tht tol'owiuig delegatei i.s eu iutled I beakii4 in the cJivcntioon: Milke City-C. W. S.'yde, J. B. Col lioe. M. Ui. Majpit.., John Uliubb proxy fot Ed Fly inn, A E F'la,!er, Toner Sav age, C J L'wItb alternate for J ' Cal iak)D, F" M Krcidlt-r, C $ Whituc?, . Uordou, Ed Jouia, Ed Cawphb'll, H Oi..ch.. J B C(oliusa prosy for L Ii hteu. It C Itwhoioo Iproxy for C It siritlit. HB llwauo, Joti i tall. H B WViley. Lrrl Ktuuiali, Joists Wright, .\ Hi rditrer and R(ichard Clark-L''. Hoekett', Itaijd-Natbau Hoikett- I. ta;ºVa( eWmmil-JuweC. Clifford-I. Hou'b k ia*-- -A. V. Flsuagln, proxy for S. II. L,)veti-1. EKalaku- W iu. Harmon fir bimseif and proxy for J. B. Hetdgte-r T. D Itanclh-WVin. Harznon, proxy for Peier Yelutou lid W. J. Whip. Madie-Htobt. Doyle-1. fuller's Itauob-Win. Aitcblioc and W. it. (irabana proxy for (leo. lI ti~nta-James Struthcrs-l. Rtoi4-buad-A. Sloggy, W. A. Bowles for himself and L. Sanlt-8. Ttrry-C. E. Joubert and C. S. Wbitoey proxy for J. B. Kewptos-2. Albrlghi-('. E. Brown for himuelt abd proxy for W. H. Albrlgbt-2. Foruytt-M. P. Wyman and H. Z. Marcy for btwrwlfaod proxy forA. H. (liseasoli-a. HBltebtord-J. E. Kennedy-1. Howard-Artbi r Blttle--l. allon-C'. E. Joubert proxy for N. SMpengler-1. I'ring's Rancb-M. IL. Willlams--I. Hathaway-W. H. Snell and A. J. Madie-John Blikely-1. Il)zon-C. M. Young for blmeelf and proxy for M. W. Jnow--2. Aitwlie-E. A. Kreldler, proxy for E. U. Mnyder--l. I.owe's MWhnol, House-A. M. Crie, proxy for W. C. McDl)owell--2. (srpenter & Rotbrtmsnn' Ra~nch A. M. ('ree, proxy for Frank Robert Liscom's Ranch-Ed Jones, proxy for Frank LL,.nm-l. Total .--and the report was on mo tion adopted. The committee on Permanent Or sanizatlon next reported, recommend' Ing that the temporary ornalnatlh a be made the pertmalnelnt one, whiob report was on motion adopted. The relpot of the omnniittu*' on Order of Business was next heard, recommend. llg the order in whibh nominationi wer to be made, which was also o motoie adopted. The report of the ommizwittee on Resolutions was then in order, aud the committee reported as follows: 'The republicans of Custer county, Monrtana Territory in couvention a. semu bled, do mout heartily anud thor oughily endorse the platlurw of the unatounal repul,licanu ouveution held in (:tlemgo Juun l0th, 1688. We recognize In the nominatioo of Benljamin Harrison and Levi P. Mor. ton, for l'resident and Vice l'resident of these tuited States, Meu of bierliug ability, suund judgment and devoted I;ntrlotIsml to tuat party that seeks to do thew honor, nud while we are ex ercl.iug the right of ballot, we do most lua'erel) pledfe our mioral support to ;heir candidacy and experience the self-*ame interest ln the campaign as do our comrades in the statee. Helievint as we do, the tenets of the republcaun party are thore most con ducive to the prosperity and welfare of the people sI a whole and as Indi viduals, we do most earnestly urge upin every man, in exercising the pre. rugslive of the ballot, to cast bis vote for that party that has in the past proven itself worthy of contidence, wortuy of trust, and worthy thle sup port of every true, patriotic-minded citizen. Tl'e history of our e.)untry, the ree ords of yeare, the auoual of time, illu mnuated by war's lareful scourge and bIy peace's bounteous plenty, speak vouluues as to the acts for whlch the reputli anII arty as a pa4ty has been ini.ti uuealtal In bringing about for the best intterest of the counitry at large. From .Maine to California, froum the Lakes to to the (ulf are everywbere, liv. nug, miovaug evidenee of the uiogt.s eive, enlghtenitng iufluentes brought about by thelpo:iey advocated ty the reptutbllean party. Resolved, We believe in a protec. tive tariff, that insures us irosperity and success in every walk of life, that crowns honest lahor with commensur ite reward, and by whiub our Irfant wrul nldu4try of the territory of Mon tulln may be f(ctered and enc.ourageld. Resolved, We uJ...ct to and de nounue that polsey o' the present ad ministration in otetioatel:" relu.ing to ree iglis.e the petition for admission inlo the Union of our territory, whieb mn common with others is now knotk atg at the doors of coogreum. Resolved, We bend greetings and 'xpreesion of loyal congratulations to our fellow republicans In Rhode Island, Oregon, Vermont, Arkansas and Maine, and do but trust that their brave example may be followed later sy the other commonwealths and that in November the country from the At. lantai to the Pacific may be swept by the republican party and gathered once more into tile republican fold. Resolved, In the nomlonation of the Hun. Thos. H. Carter r r delegate in *ongrees fropl this territory, we recog nize a mans every way qualified for the high honor, a ma. of irreproach able character, of brilliant attain ment ond of undoubted loyalty to hbl party: ansd we do unhesitatligly I ledge himt the mot hearty Iun,lort of the repubh lcane of ('uster county. Reenlved. We heartily endoree the phetform of the territlolil repulIie'cln -"nnventlon held in Helena Kept lMtb. IM 8, and eerteially urge Parly leetimla tion u regardFe e,,svev of the putelli domain, the eatablihnment of a terri t4nrlal Ibureau of immigratlon and a reai'itretioi law. Resolv.ed. That in view of the laig mnd constantly lDcrnaeLg depr.eds tirc committed on the p-opetv c'f stock men, sheep then and ranchers by wild animals we urge the aesag. by our next leIslrture of a c(omlpre benalve bounty bill, providing s fair remuneratlon to tbecr who will give their time and laIor tee the eittmlfa. rliou of three pert.. Resolved, We recomtflmend ti'e abel bietlig ot the fee eyternt about to go in'ioeffect In this t.rritoryt trlIrteti hlat the teret'iit systenl of rtliloylin o~utIty eotl lmle on ~s tired salary hba orc'von to b. tht' to -t eeonotie'v and i calculated tee obtal iin lee hbet ant mojt hoteat ervtc,-. Reenlved. 'neaL for the I Jrlp~e. of exercisiog eliaeide ejontrol over th various puhblic aeC'esin.. wo, urre Mtt creation oSf the if ic. of countv audlitor Reapecttully submietted, J. B. ('OLLIS. Chalrmania. The reading of the re.olutlous wa repeatedly interrupted by imwpulive outburste o' pplause and at the con cluuiou of the reading it was some time before the wotlou to adopt could be heard, w'olch it wasee finally, and carried. Under the rules adopted by the cono ventiOu, the Lext order was the nol iuatlion of a onuncilman, and the au nournement being made by the chair Capt. Harmon presented the name of Joe 14cott, of Miles City. This was a signal for another round of appliuse. In the midst of which the ahairunin's gavel could he heard raplping for order. If there were other uniulnallons t. be made, the manner In which Mr. Brott'a name was received was a fair notice that It was useleus to make them, and ther, being no other name presented, the nonination of Jew. Scott as counoilman from Custer county was on motion made byacea• niation. At this point a rule was e. tulltabed, on motion of Capt. Harmon, that when more than two candidates were to be balloted for, for any one om.ce, the first hallot taken should he considered an informal one. The duty of selecting a.pdldates for the lower legislative branch was tben taken up. ('. H. Loud, F. M. Kreld hIr and Loring B. Rea were placed In nomlnation and the convention pro -eeded to a ball.4. Meas. . E Keno nedy and J. B. Collins w'-re appolnted tellers. W\hile the ballot was being taken up. on motion of A. M. Cree, It was ordered that .ll candidates whoem names came befnre the convention for nomination, "hnuabi if present give their personal pledge to the conven tion to support thel ticket whether they were nominiiated or not, and it not present, the parties presentilhg their nanms. must do likewise. This rule was religiously adhered to during the sulmlequentt pro e dingj of the conven tion, often amid much hilarity when some old and tried war horse was called upon to avow his fealty. The Informal ballot on candidates for members of the house, resulted :as follows: F. 31. Kreidler..................... 42 Lorlng B. Rea .... .................. 35 ('. H. Loud...... ................ 32 Frank Robertson........................... 4 F. Rol rts............ .... ............. 4 Frank tobertson wa; not in noming tin, his name having I, en withdrawn at his personal r equest but five of his enithusiastir friends eo Itd not refrain fr,om recording their I reference for Iimti. The result of the ; formal ballot having ben announced, a formal hal lot was ordered and takiin with the following result: F. M. Kreidler ............................... 43 Lorlzg B. Re ........................... .37 C. H . Loud.................................... 30 F. Roberson ..................... ....... 2 Mlesers. Kreidler and Rea having re ocived a majority of all votes cast were declared the choice of the convention, and on motion of J. E. Kennedy their nomination was made unanimous. The next order was county commiL sioner, and for this omee Mr. A. l,oggy presented the name of Luther J. Whitney; ('apt. Harmon presEnted Nathan Hoeketl; ('. E. Joubert pre. sented J. It. Kempton and S. Gordon presented W. L. Lansing. Nomina tions being clhsed, an informal ballot was taken with the following result: N. Hockett........................... . 31 L. J. W hitney............................... 7 J. B. Kem pton.............................. 10 W . L. Lansing.............................. 7 After the reading of the vote, J. E. Kennedy moved for the nomination of .Ir. Hockett by acclamation. This was objected to by A. M. Cree and Ed Jones, who claimed that under the rules a formal ballot should h'l taken; the chair also held this opinion and a formal ballot was ordered, resulting as follows: N . H o kett .................................... 37 J. B Kem ptou .............................. L. J. W\ h ttney ................................ 7 W . L. Lam ing ............................. 4 Mr. llo·kLtt having received a ma jority of all votte east, was de. clared the nominee of the convention and on motion the nomination was wade ullnllialoup. Next on the list was nominations for tlhe ottlt, of countty attorney. W. A. Ilowles pret.ented the name of W. A. Burleigh, sr., J. E. Kennedy nomi nuted W. If. lonss and S. (;ordon nom inated T. J. I',rter. Mlr. Porter, who wias aiong the .l'ectators, came for ward at th i alounoennt'llli of his ialme, tanid aftrr enunciating his re puldie.an principles, and expressing thanks for the honor sought to be oon. feried, declined to enter the rice for nomination. An informal ballot was then taken with results as follows. W . A. Iurleigh............................. . 3 W . H . It s ........ ........................... 11 T. J. Porter ...................... .......... 7 A ltild Iol ion of J. E elnnedy, Dr. Burleigh'+ nomnination was made UlluIlilliot.M. A ilcaidate for sheriff was the next to be I ,,kel after. The annuouncement being made, Major Wyman arose, and In a neat little speech presented to the convention the name of "Joe" 8werd figer; the naime was haidly out of his ll before the applause began, and what stamping of feet, pounding of canta and clapping of hands, such a kedlamn was raised as has not disturbed the acnred prc.ilnts ofJjustice since the establielislnlen of the court house. At its eolcltusion, and allid a cloud of dust that wait almlo*t blinding, "Joe" got on his feet and found voice tolaod. tetly but earnestly decline the honor; A. Mi. c'ree then nominated John 'Tully and ('. I:. Joulaert nominated 0. '... avae. Nominations being eleoed anl Informal ballot was taken resulting as follows: A. H. weedfiger ..................... John Tully.................................. .. 1 (t W . Savage............................. . I Blank......................... .............. Tue radilnl of the ballot was a sigeal for another outblurst of applause fom "Joe's" friend., but asai be auu, and claiming the attention of the Se. vention, rtited in the maost ueqelve. ml termathat bh wan not before ibs oofventton for anvoMfe,and wbile b apprellatloo of the efbrts rfble lk wa. unbounded sad gave him M utmost setIfaetilon, be could m MI would not ooupt the omi. sl.w K unanimously tendered to hi. A , tlon to nominate Mr. Tul l 1W co -ath s e W elhs a gag I