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VOLUME VII. No. .o, LAILES CITY, MONTANA, SUNDAY. AUGUST 2S, 1i89. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE DAILY JOURNAL The OleIel P,,,.hr . , ,.,r ' a unty. Every Morning Except Monday. Population of Miles City . . 3,000 Terms of Subscription; y MAIL, IN ADVY :I.E, |lTAGE |'.11. Dally Edlltol.. l, e ear .. ............... ....Y:. Daily EAiIon . .II... r.. ....................... : ,1l ODally E llen.nt n ................ . 1',Iv TO ('I Y AI'1", Ilbi hit , Carrier, Every N,.4 hitll, it , (,intls per week, WEKKIY E Al,, . Y ._ uW I>.l.:., OUe Yenr .................. .................~~ 1, a`z 1 .n.thu..... ................. 1,ý rhree ,M.,nt ............. .............. 1., " Advertlbing Rates. S . . 0J ... :.l. 4 U, .u .011 10.00 14.00 20 ,00 ay p..... 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COR('l1RAN, [1" Seor Vttera r Rurgeosh cavalry. Sasldoeo Rile('ity. Calls attended day or m 5g. I da order atl avag.'s drug ste. Co. Sagemima proptly answers C 2-LEDCHKI. M.D.. Physician andgugeom. Ofe sand resid see oer wtu Elephant. [aim. B Illnss Church (Eplnipael) Palmr IL-der rykiy t'M M . mmd 7:3,0 . M. Wa. AWhN ad r.h m N. Womb, acmia andtr. nu~ ~~~Wuda atL ii· a I . ma. ~p ur rul d ur Meng. Wed gdapy at sI6 m. Aeuedial .vitaom 11tll. Ighediu 4~lurch-4ereseu Sunaday,ý 1£ a. a., P. p a. Prpe meeting Wedaesday vewiug, WIby Matting. paimur. vbptdrlam Chrenh-adsiu haday, 11 a. m., .. p.. TV. Armsrong, puster. 'Rash of aivod Heart, Catholic-derysl e 'stylistand hird htnds) ottheaouth. High me a t t'13 a w. eunda1 school at 2 p. ain Vmaesms Ih'edlctluon ma~3 p. p. FATYuaC. PAUWILINt. IOCI ET>I. A. U. H.-DivisInu No. I meet. Iret and steano ,Save.f each month. O.f M.--Meee lrst and third Wednesdays at 7:?.p. m., a Odd Fellow,' laill A. . A. .-Yellnwtoune Lodge, No. YG, brst a third Wednesdays. R. A. M.-Yellowtune Cbhapter, No. 5, second .elda/y in each month K. T.--Dmaste cuauaniotdery,fourth Thurs 0 ". O. F.-4 uster Lodge, No. Is, every Irdady at their hall. L O. O. F.-a4utlnal Entawmp.lwn . No. 'I, drst sad third Friday. l. f P.-4.ruasder Lodge, No. 7. Thursday 9amoliap at Odd Felltow Hal. 4'. K. of A.--Mile. City Brant.lh, everyunday st k .of L.-First and third Satulrdsys. SMA. R. -U. .* . trant Post, No. 14, fr.t and LO.G. T.-4tar of the We't, No. 2I, every fjday evening. .V.-eilbsomo Cap No. 4. Mpeets rat and SMoodavs of each month at Good Templar L U. PARKIR H. W. TOPPING NORTHERN PACIFIC FOUNDRY PARBE & SIOPPIIG' mshal of all Md IQTd a N &3RJSA CASTINGS. 8LAINIBD, MINNEaOTA WEINOOIL AUIRLT jAUSLAD 'S IJYVOLVUS, AMMO 1iTIONr "so IbS~iIMUIi m~ I " b a moe ft . Mw 1' Wt" rl M cIntire's -:- BazaaA Flannels, Comfortables, Blankets, Underwear, Over shirts, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots and Shoes and Every Other Article of Merchandise is in for Fall and Winter Trade. Come and see us. We are the M largest dealers in Eastern Montana. i cIntire's -:- Bazaa Established 1861. Correspondence Solicited JOHN ADAMS & SON, IV S5CK COMSEII MII. UNION STOCK YARDS, CHICAGO. Have Sold Range Cattle Since the Trade Bega Market Reports Furnished. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of -_mr"i.- C"'MC',, . O.'T.U U_ THE OLDEST AID LABGST Bill II EASTINB IOafITA W. B. JORDAN, Prudent. O. X. Man.I, wahe sloat. 3. B. W EIIIt. Osder. 3. 3. WILLY, t itmaa 0sadIer .SITEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL BANK, MII .ES OITY9. MONT. THE LAIBEST BANK IN EASTERN IONTANI NTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS W. 8. STEBBIUJS. President, WM. ARMON, Vice President. H. F. EB4TCHELOR. Cauhitr. C. L. MERRILLT Ant. Cas WILLIAM HARMON Wholesale and Retail, 4Faicy and Staple GROCERIES Banch and Stock Men's Supplies a Speclalty, Maln and Sixth Ptreet - . . . uI. ni. M...* - - ERR * O Ully ive Stock, Loans, Peal atte and Notary Public a nrt for Ithe des d m a rel"abae FIRE, LIFE AiD ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO'S "ad the eldet set soa te. LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY Koney Loaned on First Class Security. Cattle and sheep rnohes, and improved farms 'r sale at a bargain with asy terms of pa ment. and well loated business and residence lots for sale cheap; also N. P. L 1. Oo.s lots sad lands, sad grain l Isnd in the North. t Territory for lease or sale. s"+"... waf, w~eum. 1g sad msum GATTLE FOR SALE WILLIAM COURTENAY, MiAl 9SrT. An Enthusiastic Body. ThaIt is What the Republical (,,.v.ntiot at Anaconda was from Beginning to End. How it was the S,.n-e of Ever:. one that Carter should go to Congress-How Power was Nominated. A II:St iTION OF Till: I'ILOCI:D. Major IEatuon wa. Only a Prnlallliy in Ilt, Pon.sbility of 'oaner's F'allure. The firet republican state crnvllven tion which avsemlbled In Anaconda LIat week will go down to history as being made upof the foremost men of the party from every county In the territory, imbued with an earnes resolve to lay a broad and sure founda. tion for the ucces of the party in the irst great struggle under the aegis of statehw.d. How well they have per formed their work will be determined on the frat day of October next, but if the whole army of democrats in the territory could have been within hear Ingof the spontaneous enthusiasm that found vent in the alr-'pllttlng cheers as each nomination was suc cessively announced, they would have been convinced that the republican. were already in posesoion of the vic they The traino that arrived at Anacsndi on the evening of the 21st brougbi nearly every deleatlion but that o Silver Bow, and the saeommodatlonc of the new botel at Anaconda, The Montana. was taxed to the utmast t, provide even the most ordin.. "shakedown" for the delegate. When finally the last delegat was reglatered, and had stiafled the craving of bhn ger, the discuslion of the eandidaks and their chances began. Never wr there a pgathering of the kind whe. such absolute ignorance of the result prevailed. Beyond the fhacthat Tom Carter was the universal eholoe fo. representative n congreess. there was not a aingle omee that could be latelli gently dispoed of. For governor It was rumored that Mr. T. C. Power and Major George 0. Eaton were casn didates. but Mr. Power's candidacy was at that time clouded by a quee tlo, of locality In connoetion with the nomination of Mr. Carter-both par tie. blung from Helena and it being deemed inexpedient by the lea'ers to ..1., t t h. .....w r.... V . it- "-....... Important oices from that eity-tbhal on the eve of the convention it was believed by a larg4 number of the del. egates present, that if Mr. Carter wai selected-and this wa4a foreaon. oon oluslon-that Mr. Power could not h: ued a% a candidate. Major Eaton'i candidacy was stall times previous tc the actual presentation of his name somewhat mity and conditional. It the event of Mr. Power being rulel out by the nomination of Mr. Cartel for the higher office as suggested, it ii quite poI.ible that the nominaltion fo goveroer would have come to Majoi Eaton by acclamation, and It wea doubtless thi po'silillty that caused him to be considered a oandidate, am be repeatedly disolaimed any desire oa entering even Into a friendly contesl for the prise. So matters stood I. relation to this office throughout tlb iiht, whblch witnessed the consump tiot of much midnight oil In 'the fu *it . .. A .. ...~ -- L .. .. . 1S &l- ..-* Ynw rucavs V UN tW imru V Uo U1IUW E gations present to undeortand eaob other and themeelves, the latter benlg quite na bard a tak as the former. Morning dawned with the main ques tion as far from solution as ever. Apgain the hurrying to sad fro, and onnfdentmil consultations commenced but this time with some result, as it soon began to be apparent that the question of locality as relating to Mr. Power out little or no figure with the outside oounties from who bitteroppo eition on this ground was looked for. In tact many of the delegations in whose county towns Mr. Power bee for years maintaned largep business Interests, looked upou him as their man, and refused to coneede him even a Helena residoene, As a Montaen man he was deservedly promlnest and the aeoident of hbl residen was soouted as having no bearing upon the question which was. I bhe the bet and strongest man we ea put up for governor? This eilug gave ne hope to the Power boom, but it was still f seeesrle vigor, pending the arrival aof the Silver ew delegatse. As Is welt knewn Ulver s snever doe anything by halves, se did the Ail of their eahllebNed sptaieis ea this eumle m. Whie the ae Sing .oun.it hr lldingt it con UlttI , in ti,-, . ,r , "' . Nl ,ltthlIa, .hoult I o'cI l'k ill he niornitig. the .,und ( meltil, nil-i." t-, heard and in S.short tilli t 1. 14- 1 ',r ~ ' ',r ." (l'egrjLt oL lthl:rit'-ll, ll. htr ,llo : ind e "i." l.r n nNll" by h mIll Inf',er friend., w ri .tNel lartchlng up the ~tr.eet hi-ad.-id hy 'ean' l l1i .'lt I, :md. na l. di-tl. .r.Lr, I hIIut ful "i ken banner r'r pr r.d f., the ,cEawion. Irumlledit.ily on hI arrivul, the rillverbow's went into can ert- w. r-" re.lqu'le"ted to retair t"" ti1 h'ull ft r the pulrl...e of a general con wiltatii n prior to the .il ,of th. cn. vention. It wa then nearly half par el-oven and the ennvention was to be cua:ld *t twei-vt o'ilock. Ac speedllt is rIowihle the deleruatfu, to the numn her of ahut two hundred, aaeemble in Evasn' hall, an auditorium resemb ling the Mile. City Rink. When sc aanembled rome attempt wir. made rt start the hall in the direction of a dil. cuaslon of candidate,, but no one seemed willing to take the Inltiad.e, and after a wait of about ten minutea the eaueus dissolved, and immediately thereafter the convention proper wan called to order by Chairman Hersh field of the territorial central o mm;it tee. and the call read by Lscretary Weed. A temp ;r ry organization was a' once eflfeted conslsting of Hon. Jam. Fergue. of Fe.'ue couity, chair man and J. B. Walker, of Lewis and Clarke, secret try. Under thbls orgaol. S.lutions, perwanent organlzrtlon an order of buslne.* were chosen, the rml being one member hrom each count on each nommitt. e, and the canve Slon, after bearing a abort addrea fro theretllig chairman, Mr. Hireel Sfield, adjourned till 8 o'clock, Durin the recess the governorship was urail tken up and the atltnde of S1il Bow made the suobje of varlm guesses, none of which le ennpire-: by subs. quent events. a reenuven log at 8 o'clock, the report of commit tees were first beard. That of th committee on credential seatling S) delegates either personally or by alter nate. The cmmitter on permase organizltion placed A. J. Mellgmas, a Lewis A Clarke, in the obair. an. provided lm with a vies preslde from ee.n county. It also named I Gordon, o( Coster, as smetary, a-t as rded him two valuableildes forb dispateh of buslne. Mr. hteligma. on assuminal the avel, addressed tht oonvention in a short but comprebeno lve speechb, outlining the mai ftea tures of the campaign and enliatla himself for active duty till the polh elined on the ighbt of election. A lull of ancllipation then fell upon thl convention, for the first real buslnse nO the drA r hanA TO . hvr . en by Wm. Bray, of $ilver Bow, wbho In an exceedingly agraceful and elo quent spoeeh presented the name do Tbho. H. Carter for nominee of the re publican ptrty of Montana for repre sentative In o ngress. In the usual manner employed on such oceietono, mu-*h was said of the personality and preeminuet capability of tbe candidate before bis name wu mentlioned, but when it was the bottled upentbusias. of the convention bhirst forth and fo: a few minutes the speaker was forced to dedist. When rorder was resumed be ooncluded his remarks. Col. San dere next gained the Gl'or and in a speech snch as he only can make he seconded the nomination of Mr. Carter anld ugai called forth a ºpintaneous nuobur.t of popular approbation. Custer county then came to the front by Juge 8.re vell's mov'ng the nominallono f Mr. Carter by aclamation. in which he was seecded by Dr. Bur:elgh. 'lT. questiom was put, earried with a yell, and then ene4l a sene which dwarted all former exhibitions of sat _,,lt .... Q I 1 AI.A rrn.|irs n -all l till they were hoears nd black ia thi face, younger sad more ezeCteable ones hrew their bare in the air, and mris of "What's the matter with Tom Cearir'" sad the repnose!'.e's all rihbt" eame from all parts of the ball When the chairman regained contre o( the onavention a e;emittee was ap pointed t conduct Mr. Carter to the rostrum, from whence he made bli speeeh of acceptance, replete with tb wbolemne m ,fwtnet of repnbhlicanis ea whleb the battle was fought lse year. The next order of businesm w the noaeminaton for governor, a p. edlrre br which It appeared the - sembled delegates were not red;d. motio to a djorn was made but arred. It being evldet that the bu l ad to be taIke bi s he( with se dsqr viasd ies f whst th remit wveud be, mvtd msimal were mias vslew s sihe SmaW st pee sealie nm ail tashe t. yoe, ag gallr inm Ms buSns osa.ed the It el e f 1oe"m soel bi esa i l, ia ag te I whe. sI&A i 'ashould through the chairman of its I d.* gation, lresent the naue of a can - d.date if It had oue. The roll wa. a celled anid as it proceeded, the re spoue "No, Candidate" became mono St riuus. Throughou' t,', hole list this an.vwer wa, rjiare, and when roll call was coLIilloded a sense of the ludi ernus prevailed. It was a case of oone ar fraid end the ,other daren't." Some o. c·ane to he relief with a imotion t , adjourn till 7 o'click, wnaic though 'conter.td aRIl -.,rried to a count of n.o-, finally pre-vailed, alrt Ibe bat talion of delegatsr sought the oIuter a r to againr buttouble and buzz each other for poiunt. ()n reconxver.ning the rline order of buiu, --tlh, uotLnina tioU of a candldate f',r g. vernor-wa- s taken up. Again ti,e -c.retarv pro e,-4de.d with the roll c'al o1f ,..o.t -. and for a while it look d a. if th-. rn sult was to be as barren as herore. flBu whe-n Park county wae retacheI Mtc Cutcheon, of Lewis aLd Clark. took the floor and on behalf o' Park oounty presented the name of Maj,,r George O. E ton, of Park. Thi- ')roke the loe and the orators immen'istely found volee. Knowles, of 8ilv-,bow, nomn u.ted T. C. Power and tle seconding of each nomination was n I.nerous and Seloquent. Rhetorical pyrotechnlil o various grades were fire ortf ad when every delegate had oerformeao bi duty in this rt..act an informal la;lot ar . I ordered, resulting in Mr. P1twer re c.iving 76 votes, Major Eaton 66, Herecbfeld 32, Gov. White 20. ('apt. I ills I and Babcock, of 'ellowstone,l. Custer county's vote in this and the first and second formal ballot was Pwer, 5, Estnn 1. The first forma' ballot resulted ,s followe: Power, !1:,; Etton. b8}; White, 18; Carpenter, 1; Mills i. Thesecond formal nallot was: Power, 99; Eaton, 76; White, 24; Mill, 1. Toe third formal ballot settled the matter. Cascade that bad been jump. log around on the previous ballots, gave 8 solid for Power; this easu-.i a ripple of excitement which, when toi lowed by Custer county giving her $ -olid for Power, broke Into loud ap plause, it being evident that the rout had commenced. The counties fol lowing down to Lewis and Clark veted much as they bad done befoe., bet when the latter, which had been glv. lng tboe bulk of its vote to Eston, an nounced 1"29 votes for T. C. Power," the result was ertailo and subsequenit proweedi gop ere of no particular in t.rest. Thb result of the ballot was, Power, 144; E.:or, 27; White, 28: seat t rinw 1 . fnwnn o w wes.a . 4 ..c WM VWIWC~ WWW made by the chair amid the wild, at enthusiasm. whiob was resumed wb..n it wae discovered that Mr. Power had been conducted to the stage and was prepared t, make an acknowledgememt of the honor conferred upon him. As eoo a+ quiet wa. obtained Mr. Power gmude a "h r,' ud .arnest speech, full of h.rd busiuess %en.e and promising mucih ;*.r bis cucc-ss before the p -, le. For L, .euant-Governor, Yeliow st2ne county presented A. L. Bab IC ek, at. ;.:erbow J. E. Ricar.,.. Mr. Rick It & uas nominated on tile first be a b.j a vote of 137 to 69. An aljoumnment was then had until Friday morning at 10o'clock, at which time the convention reeonvened and nomlonated the following csadidates: Secretary of State-Louis Rotwitt, of Meaiher, by oclamatluon. State Treasurer-R O. Hackman, of Madison, by amolamatlon. State Auditor-E. A. Kinneyv, o M s.,ula, by acclamation. Attrney-3Gneral-F-"r this outlic H. J. Haskell, of Daw so , J W. S ae veil, of Custer, and J. E. Call ,way, it Mads.un, were present d. On the irst ballot Mr. Htakell r,*eived 104 votes, Strevell 54, t all.way 36 and two scattering. On motion of Judge Strsvell Mr. Haskell's nomination waI mu8a UunMalmous. Supt. of Publhi Iostruotioo-Jobn OGanon, of Der Lodge. and W. E Harmon, of OsGlltin, were boeier the oonventlol. On the Irae balle Mr. (Gamon reelved 120 vote sad Mr. Harmon 78, and Mr. Gannon was de. clred the nomlore of the convetUoo. Chief JuItloe of Supreme Court Henry N. Blake was norlaswd by acclamatloo. a were le the two M - eoate Jus'iwn,, Mosew. W. H. Dewitt, of t+ilverbow, and E. H. Harwood, se Yellowatone. Clerk of tuum se Court--F.V.oose vlet, of Cholaes, L. Do Leatry, of Lew'e ad Clark, A. C. Bokt;. of Lew. ! Clark. W. J. Ke"nedy, of Misools, and iebJ Webster, of C.bo teea, were plaed to nominsstio. Col. BaHkin poltively withdroew bc same, sdid ale Mr. Do Lstry..,ad a billet w' ahe do the semaling eaildates rrilUh aI the *eletlon of Mr. Kee Is.loossv~ .I, Weabtesr eL elhle closed th be o the s wventloe eep t he reading of bhe n. port of the enmalttee * esIm temii m It this rtill. As jeaease die hilewed eid the a estavelaseep eher beal in ha wil he Y·LI 0)