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THEDAILY IX DEI* !^^ X1 ^ K X T: 111'l.KN A. TUESDAY MOItXIXG. KM 1889.
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uU(Isrlmtimt Suml^^' por r^^'^ftilj dnelmlinjr rtuiuUjr nix niouUm^^iLj inrlintirm Sun lni' tlinw melius^sil/ mxi-liidiiut KiiikUj 1 l^ r ^^^!^silj (exolodin* Similar1 per imiutli^Mil. nji carrier, per week ^7 i-^feekly tin ^druuit^ onl| l^ r ^^^r.
BnuiKuxw^t the rink of MOSOHMf anlros^m*i^ hy reicUtarwi Mter. rhm-k. ^r pont*l or n-^m order psrsulu l^ Pis I:..I- ..-U'lMit l*^L^tu^t^^lag Company.
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AdTertiiwinonm.to inxura prompt lumrtiuu^aaaaKl bo tutu l-l la Man - i ^ m-^Hsjsctml comiuuni^^tioii^ u.it nrturumi nol-on^i U inrlowki.
NOMUH HDI l( 01
Itih under-tud tlml the repuldicun^^tute seniitnr^ 1 tva in Titan tin- demo^emtio aenatir.-. sit t to mi informal iron^farence over Um politioal *it nation to^^day un^l HHNW that the invitation^will be aerepteJ The ninfereiiee an^do no harm (i tod 'nay '-l^me or it.
Wehave baard it suggested that a^compromise nm^ lie proposed on the basis^of the olectiori of on., l'n to.1 States sen-^ator from MMfc p.4rty. We know not^how that mil* !^'. n ^' II l'^' 'juestioii M^to who otiall - nt IH i^ the I'niteil^States senal* OM of NpfWM iiu|^^rt-^ani-t^. We aan f.ir less who the HM*^tors shall Iw MM that 'hey shall lie^men eleeted liy a legislature ate mem^bers of wliicli vera duly'and lawfully^chosen by a Majority ^^f tlio people ut^the last election.
Onthat afOfjaattin the democratic^party hustak^n its stand in tins contest.
Onthat pMpaoHsM ttie democratic^senators must !-tHinl to day, to-morrow
Notone democratic vote should ever^be enst in recognition of the validity of^the returning Imard prmesa of securing^majorities.
Ifelections do not elect, if majorities,^do not rule, if three uioti sitting in a^hack room at Ituttc or Helena can over^ride the popular will, it does not matter^whether we ever have uny United Statos^aeiiators or not Honest government^will forever l^e at mi end in Montana if^Hall and .luck. Hluke, White and^Walker, or men of their kidney. BM^^eliminate.^ as they term it, or steal, as^we term it, such votes as il does not^pleaae them to count.
Shallpopular majorities or returning^boards rule Montana^ That is the only^question now ut issue. I^-t the demo^^cratic senators liear that iu mind when^they go into conference to day. What^ever they agree to do aliout the eenntor^ships, or the organization of the legisla^^ture for other business, they must not^surrender this vital principle The only^terms on which they can honorably treat^must include the assembling of the^t vent j live republicnn representatives^elect with the democratic representa^^tives and the non recognition of the five^republicans from Silver IJow county,^now sitting in the rump house, who^were defeated at the |k^I1b. If the re^^publican conferrees agree to these terms^the democratic senators, as they have^all along lieen ready to do. will at once^take the oath of office and the maclnn^ery of state will U^ set in motion. No^other terms should be considered for one^moment.
Nosurrender of principle.
Nopeace with dishonor.
platedthe substitution of monopoly for^the natural law of competition in trade^and was therefore opposed to public^policy and unlawful. So far as the (las^Trust company, in the words of the^court, ^was organized with the object of^purchasing and holding all the shares of^the capital Btook of any gas company in^Chicago or Illinois it vas not organ !/^ I^for a lawful purpose, and all nets ^lone^by it toward the accomplishment of such^object are illegal and void.^ The princi^^ple thus distinctly set down is fortified^by deuisions of state courts and of the^United States supreme court One sen^iHMt from a dec .-ion by Chief Jusfice^Fuller, of the latter tribunal, in the case^of (iibljs against the llaltimore (Jas^company, ap|s-ars to lie conclusive us to^hII corporations that receive franchises^ami rights of way in consideration of^rt.un services proposed to Is) rendered:^^ These gas companies entered the streets^f Baltimore under their charters in the^cMTciM-of she equivalent of the |HiAei^of eminent domain, and are to l^e held as^having iis.-umed an obligation to fulfill^the public purposes to subserve which^they were incorporated.
Thatthe United Suites court will,^with this declaration by the chief jus^^tice us u precedent, sustain the finding^of the Illinois court, should appeal be^ken. is morally certain. The principle^involved is far reaching, and has the^force of public sentiment behind it.^The war against trusts that is being^waged by the Missouri authorities uu^lei the law the legislature enacted this^year is based upon the same principle,^ilthoiigh it may Is1 objected that the^tat lite prescribe* methods suggestive^f the nepiisition. w inch may invalidate^t when it is put to the test iu the na^^tional courts. It is. however, apparent^that the applic it ion of the principle of^ublic policy will act as a powerful check^upon cor|Hirutions formed for controlling^the prices of necessities of life. It re^mains to be seen whether the rule sot^down as to HVpontioM will apply in^the case of individuals or linns, us the^Armours. Sw ifts sud Fowlers, who virtu^ally control the fresh l*ccf trade of the^country through combination. The^inutility of ^on the hoof acts to com^bat this gigantic monopoly has been^conclusively demonstrated, and that^line of procceduro might as well lie^abandoned now as later; but as to the^pro|mt remedy, to the lay mind, it would^seem that what is sauce for the cor|s^ra^tiou goose must Imj sauoe for the nidi^vidiial or tirm guilder
Tin:i in mi It on
Thesupri M court of Illinois has ren^^dered a decision that vitally atfects all^corporations formed under the laws of^Illinois which huve for their object the^substitution of Maopol) for the natural^competition iu supplying legitimate^WHBts of the people The cause decided^was that of the Citizens' association of^Chicago against the Chicago (ins Trust^company, the latter chartered ^to build,^erect, purchase, least', establish, main^^tain, enlarge, extend and operate or de^mise works in Chicago, and in such other^place or places in Illinois, as said corpor-^ation may, by the vote of the majority of^its stockholders, elect for the maiiufau^turc,supply, sale at i distribution of gas^and electricity or either, for the furnish^^ing of light, heat, fuel and power, and to^purchase and hold, ur sell the capital^stock, or purchase, or leuse, or operate^the property, plant, good will, rights and^franchises of uny gas works or gas com^^pany or companies, or any electric com^^pany or electric companies in Chicago or^elsewhere in Illinois, as said corporation^may, by vote of the majority of the^stockholders, elect,^ etc. The general^incorporation law of the state provides^for the formation of corporations for uny^^lawful^ purpose except bunking, insur^hi. e real estate, brokerage, the operu^tion of railroads and money-lending. The^attorneys for the Citizens' association^set up the plea, and the court has ruled^that it u) well based, that while the pri^mary purpose for which the (jus 1 rust^company professed to be organized came^within the limitations of the act. the^secondary purpose ^to purchase and^hold, or sell the capital stock
InK restlessness of the colored men^of the north over the treatment they^lime rece veil at the hands of the repub^hcus parts is uu teasing 'That party^has upon occasion professed a special^interest iu the political equality of the^colored brother, but when the opportu^^nity arose to testify to that interest re^publicans have taken the other shiite^A young colored man named .lesse Ma^son, of Aledo, 111., who hits seen two of^his race nominated by republican con^^ventions in his own count), where that^party was iu the ascendency, only to lie^defeated at the |n^lls, has i-* led an ad^dress in which he recites the facts in^those cases and also calls attention to^the discharge of colored help from the^white house early last spring. He ml^vises his |Mople to declare their inde^peudence of the republican party, which,^he declares, can never elect another^president without their votes. Accord^iug to the last census there are in New
farkflByMland men, m Ohio TsVBOO,
inIllinois MyOOOl in Indiana ttfiBO, and^in Kansas l.'t.Km, more than enough to^decide au\ question of political stipreiu^acy between the two leading parties.^'The facts stated by Mr. Mason have^been known of nil men for many years,^mid it has lieen a subject of wom! t why^the colored people have so long ls^en^blindly led by the office seekers of the g.^o. p. 'The break is sure to come, and^cannot ls^ long delayed.
prosecutedfor conspiracy against pubhr^policy. The state seeiua to have the whip-^row in the straggle with monopolistic coiu-^biniitions. which sre powerless tu tight, be^inn denied admission to the courts .tad the^luiichiiivry of the law.
ANew Your, dealer iu feminine l.. mlg. tr^has lieen fined fl.iKKJfor importing a mil^liner. Now let the courts go a step further^an I impost good round fines for importing^millinery, and the luw will be extolled by^countless husband* mid futbers who now^stagger buneuth enormous lulls for French^bats, ribbons and pliiun s mid the etcett rm^that go to make up n fashiouuble woman'm^bonnet.
AHAND NIW ^'l UUL
Tha spl.It-run.i Mat hi*^ ' llir LSSSSl i mat^iii tin- t.a^t.
Anew puzzle has just struck Wushmgtoii,^snd it will not be luaiiy days before half^the people in town ore trying to sotfatfcs^iiiystmv of the ^Spider and the flies.^^Since tbs ^pigs in clover^ made such a^weird success there huve bet n all sorts of^modifications of the idea and attempted^improvement* upon it; but this is quite t^new departure, and i* sutttcieiitly ditli^ uli^la he uxoecdiiiglv interesting. Bsfafl long^it is probtblv il stiuej It hit Helena^hard, so look out for it. The thing is^nothing hut a Hut wiMMleii box, four inches^square, with a glass lop. The bottom of^the box is coveretl with pnstchoartl, on^which 1* drawn a cobweb w ith a big spider^in tin ci liter, and in the middle of the ill-^sect i* a round hole, cut out of the^pasteboard. Also, loose iu the box.^are four little disk* of felt^two^blue ami two red- about the size of s^It id |s'iiciTs butt end. And. painted on^four corner* of the cobweb, near tin cor^^nels of the box, are four spits-two red^and two blue^not so big as the disks. Last^ami most Important ih a drop of mercury^as big a* one of the felt discs. All these^things are enclosed beneath the gin**, so^tiint they cannot get out isissibly.
Thepuzzle is, according to the rules^pasted on the bottom of the box. to hold^the box in the hand, and by tilting it cause^the spider | quicksilver I to push or carry the^tiles 'fell disks) ou to the colored sjiots^^I lie red ones on the red and the blue one*^on the blue. When this is done retui the^spider to the hole iu the center, without dis^^turbing the disks, and t he object is nccoiu^pli-hed. The flies iniisl not lie shaken.^Jarred or jogged to their position*, jbiit^must be moved by the spider alone.
DIAMONDS,WATCHES, FIXK JEWELEY,
Bronzes,Sterling and Silverplate Ware,
(I T CRYSTAL
Oil! Washington dispatches this mori -^ing say that the republican I ^atlers there^do not relish the prospect that a man so^emphatically repudiated by his party in^New York and so |*^litically dead as ex^tlov. It. I'lutt Carpenter will lie sent to^the seiiute by their party in Montana.^As we understand it. Carpenter is picked^up by the conspirators us a necessity^ami not because he is a favorite. !(cr*h^H^Id and Power wanted to defeat Sun^dors, and have made a combination to^that end. Carpenter is the man they^have selected for their pur|sjse. He^has kept pretty shady while^the more daring work of the I in^spirncy was going on, but hus materially^sidetl in the finer lega' work lately ami^he is iu the job to unseat McNamara^T o plan for a c mprouiise ou Carpenter^anil a democrat for senators is doubtless^also his work. It was as u etruddlcr^that he always figured in New York^politics ami it was that reputation that^let! to his political uudoiug. U. I'lutt i^would never defy a bulldog or shin up a^tree to get another man's apples would^rather advise against it, in fact but if^any apples rollisl his way. wouldn't he^munch em* Well, if you don't think so,^you don't know mm. Would he take a^stolen seuatorshipr Well, we should^smile!
Iin. silver miners of Montauuwdl 1st^pleased to learn from a Washington^specisl to the St. Paul Ulobe thut ^Cur^ter. of Montana, wiis one of lveed's lead^ing rustlers.^ I teed, the anti-silver man^from Maine, is the gentleman referred to
Akovex quvstiou presents it*elf iu rela^^tion to trusts in those states the court* of^which have decided that trust*, being funned^for unlawful purposes, hsve no legal exist^^ence. If that proposition be HUHtuined a^ny gas | trust ha* no right to *ue, while those mdi
orelectric lightcontem viduuls oompo*^ug the corporation may be
son,.Hate. They Are Ton H iring. Mail In^^jure Thrm^rlTe^.
Uirlsshould never be allowed in a gym^i. i miii. unless they are in charge of a thor^^ough master of calisthenics and gymnast^ics,^ said n professor to h riqiottcr hftfcs^New York Mail and Kxpress recently. It^in it seem strange to say. but the girls are^more daring and much more reckless than^hoys when tin v get the athlet 10 fever. It^seem* to Is' very catching nowaday*.
(Inlya *hort tune ago a voiing bulv iann^into this gymnasium. She hail never been in^a gymnasium before. As soon as she got her^suit ou she was Irving to pull herself up a^horizontal bar. and before I could stop her^she had strained the tendons in both arms^and couldn't come buck to exercise again^tor nearly three months.
(Jirlshave to lake a much more system^^tin tralalaaIhaa isiys. They are sat so
simug and have to be t rented more tender^^ly. There are hundreds of ways in which a^girl can hurt hcntelf in a gymnasium unless^she i* very careful. She can strain her arm*^and hands by loo much exercise at any^^thing. She can sprain her hack by jump^hta too fHr on the spring tioard.
Ihave known girls to sprain their tis-s in^the running high jump even when the bar^was only a foot from the ground. High^bi l led shoes prt ss the tts-s downward, anil^girls who wear them always laud on their^toe* when they jump instead of on tils ball^of t lot foot.
Whatexercise shoulil a girl practice at^aSSSS7*1 SSfsPS1 the reporter.
Ovniuastics.to be healthful, should only^take a portion ot the strength of one'* mils^cle, and Ihe constant exercise of these mil*^cles is what develops tie in. I have sts u^some delicate girls exercising with tive-^I^ .iin.l dumb la lis. when some of tl s^strongest athlete* of the country only use^two iHiunder*. A girl who wishes to ex^^pand her chest can do Ho if, each morning^after bath, she will stand elect, feet to-^gt tlu r. shoulders hack, arms straight down,^and take twenty-tive full, deep breaths.^It. Iter begin fifteen USMS the first Week,^and then gradually increase il. Keep up^the increase until it leaches the number of^fifty. Hv Hi d nine her lung* will bs much^stronger and the chest will begin to expand.^A round shouldered girl can become straight^by moving Ihe shoulders and arms back^^ward m regular motions until the elbows^are only a few inches apart. I.et the first^exercise he twenty time*, and increase it^until l-a times call be done without fa^^tigue.
VMM at Hello ^'
Haveyou noticed that the girl whose^name you know as ^I'eulral^ no longer say*^^Hello^ to you
Shedisstn'l; and no matter how persist^^ently )^ u gris t her with ihe familiar Habita^^tion, she won't respond in kind, \ ouins dn t^worry with the thought that |M-rhaps s .me^more dulcet-toned voice has won those little^amenities which liel|*-d make your inter^^view* with Ihe invisible voiin. woman a^pleasant feature of the dav'a business. I hat^isn't It. Telephonic ethics have banished^the ^hello.^ It has got to go. it has already^gone fnan one t ntl of the wire, but it wiil^probably bs a long time disappearing from^the other, the subscriber's end. Von call^^hello^ vouinelf BOOMS at t'etitral without^provoking any greater variety of reply than:
Well,don t keep ringing in my ear.
Oh.dear, can't you wait a minute till I^get a chance to answer^
Hutnever ^hello.^ And you can sit in the^central ottiet by the hour without hearing^the banished word, unless you put your ear^to a telephone with a subscriber at the other^end of the wire.
Thereuaon for the change^ Nobody^knows.
VertlitI In Ihe aayVOSSS lllol Case*.
sUunOMsvOoe.. -The jury iu the Savanna^riot case* brought iu a verdict this morning^finding Ueorge S. Key guilty of murder,^Mo*e* A. William* not guilty, and not^agreed as to the other sixteen prisoners.^The sixteen will be tried on other indict^^ments, hev appealed. The trial of Henry^snd I'a-sar Kisiier for the murder of Fair*^wa* set for 1 ^^^^^. 10.
TlirKtt^t Mail a SWjSOOSSi^Ciiicaoo, l^ec. -.^Assistant Postmaster^Hubbard returned to day from a trip to the^Pacific coast on the first trip of the new fast^mail. He nay* it 1* a decided nuccess, giv^^ing lbs coast points m.xil one bunnies* day^earlier. He say* the Tuion Pacific will fur^ther cut down the schedule three hours^within a mouth.
ThatI nruly Until., i
MissElderly^Couie here. Freddy, and^give me a kits.
FreddyI don't want to.
I'sFreddy, go to Miss Klderly at once^and give her a kiss, or I shall punish yen^severely.
FreddyI'm afraid to. Dtm't you remem^^ber, ps, you told ma yesterday that Miss^Fddrrly had a vsuuiuous tougue.
COMPLICATEDWATCH REPAIRING ARTISTIC DESIGNING and ENGRAVING.
JewelryRepaired and new Jewelry manufactured^from Native G-old. Notarial and Corporation Seal^Presses made to order. Agents for the Celebrated^Geo. Steck ^ Co., Mehlin ^ Sons, Keanich ^ Bach,^Henning, Huner Pianos, and others.
ThePiano Department is under the supervision of^Prof. M. H. Hirschfield.
Ofall Economical BuyorB of Dry^Goods tsthat tho Double Width^Tricot-Cloth Suiting that^wo uro selling for
I*one of i lie most sensible b:irt;iiins^iiinl the U'st vulue for the money of any^^thing in the Dress t itxsls line that wus^ever offered in Helena. We huve only u^limited quantity of these ^i**ls and^would advise an early inspection before^the assortment of colors is broken.
Forfsmytuirk.DH is a well known
fait that our RibbM Department bus^iilwuvs been the most complete in Ilel^enu. In fin t we have too niuny, and in^order to reduce our stis k have marked^them down just exactly)
i) HHI CKNT,
Includint:all the latest novelty shades^and hi^li srt tints for fancy work, in^Plum Satin ami tiros tiriiin, Monu with^crown ed^;e. all silk Faille with satin^etljie, from No. 1 to No. 10.
JerseySmti with Trousers for little^boys from t to S yenrs. We huve u 'nice^assortment of them in Grays, Navy
MissKs ,i mm HiOUtl
Waists,mads of a heavy Jersey Cloth,^eepeciully for i-old weather, for Misses^from 8 to 16 vears. Than kikkIs are full^regular made ami wash nicely without^failing. We are offering some rare bar^^gains in every department of our estab^^lishment this week. Citizens and^strsngers are cordially invited to exam^^ine our g kkIs. compare price j and find^out from actual experience that the^Iwst Dry IummIb in Helens are sold tor^the least money at
TheQtUwtj of tli*1 Moun^^tains.
TheCenter of tM ,I.icln.*t^Agrtadtirtl District ^f the^New Statu.
AnAbundance of Tire^Mountain Water.
(hieof the Finest Tim*
taredSeetioni of Um North^^west.
Withall of its Natural ad^^vantages it is Sure to b^ ^ne^of the Leading Cities of tint
newstate of Montana.
itoften to-day tojtha in-^vestttr in Heal Eitatt a rare^opportunity.
ForDetails call on M^-^Connell, Cook ^ Co.. Coner^Higgim Avenue and Mail^Street. MiaMMda, Montana.
GroundFloor Bailey Building,
KANSASCITY,^North and Wyandotte Sts.
LONDON.95 Grcsoain Stmt.
aufkkuTkYKK,^II. C till.BKKT,
President.1 Uoi.anii 1^. ConitLiw,Secretary.
ViosPresidoot 8. L. OoVKLDI, -Ass't. Secretary.
VlOS-Ppssidaot HaaaCBT lllU^Asst. Treasurer.
\10* President. Hi.o. W. McCkakt.GoubsoI
INVESTMENTSECURITIES:^Mortgages on Heal Estate !and Municipal Corporation Bonis
DIRECTORSAND ADVISORY BOARD:
IaiKiiiiQ Murrav, President I'niteil^Stutes N'ntionul liank. New York.
EvanTlionius, Kvim Thoniiis Si Vaj., Pro^^duce Kxi limine. New Vork.
ii-i j' Upolaeoti President J. H. Lip-^piniHitt Publishing Uo , Philadalpbfik
JuniesSclileielier, Schleicher, Scliuuiin,
H.W. t'hiy. President Solicitors' Ixmn^A Trust Co., Philadelphia.
J,Robinson Coale, of Lippincott, Coule^tt t.Vj., Phi ailelphia.
R.L. Austin, President Independence^National Hank, Philadelphia.
Hon.A. C. Harstmv, President Mechan^^ics' Saviii^H Hank, Provitlence.
Winp. Bsanant, Baaaaat, Miles k Co.,
Philadelphia.John M. Shrigley, Capitalist, Philudel^phia.
tieo\l. Peck, General Solicitor Atchison,^Topeka it Santa Pe Railroad Co., To-^peka, Kansas.
i!eo.W. MeCrary, Kx Secretary of War,
Counsel.Kiinsas City.^II M. Boardsloy, Attornay, Kansas Oity.^ll C, QUbart, V^Proaidant, Kunsso
HP. Morgan, Vies President, Provi^^dence.
RolandK. Conklin, Secretary. Kansas
SamuelM. Jarvis, President, Kansas^City.
Alfred Fryer, Vice President, London,
JowMTbonmoa, J. P.. Commissionor^of I'pper Mersey Navigation, Alder^man of Manchester, Manehester, Eng^^land.
J.K. Ooohraaa, J. P., Culder (ilen, Bian-
KL Snaldon. Kaaagar, LoabW No.
'Xi,(ireshain Street, I^mdon, E. C.
OoLJamas T. Qriffln, tineoUi, Netaor^halle tiardens, Hempstead, Lx^ndoa.
BRANCHOFFICES:^JJailey Block, Ground -b'loor,^HELENA, MONTANA.
Providence.R. I., 27 Custom House,St. I Portland, Oregon.^Hoelon. Muss., ^^^ State Street.I Denver, (Vilorado.
PhiladelhimPa., 518 Walnut Street.Salt Lake City, Utah.
I)allas, Texas.| Winheld, Kansas.
LittleIviK-k. Arknnsas. I Memphis. Tennessee.
ST.AMOUR ^ LAMBIE,^Real Estate ^ Mining Brokers,
ROOM18, BAILEY BLOCK.
SPECIALBARGAINS Id GREAT FALLS LOIS, BLOCKS OR ACRES!
Lots,blocks and Acres in any Fart of Helena or Adjoining the CKy!
Moneyin any Amount at 10 Per Cent. No Commission and no Delays.
JOHNKINNA ^ SON
NO.M MAIN ITBEET11KLKNA, MONT.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in
Stoves.Mine and Mill Supplies.
Agentsfor Charter Oak and Garland Stoves.