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lift ANA4ZONDA STANDiARD
PSLISED EVERY MORNING IN THE
WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY.
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18 THE LAST DAY
THURunDAY. NEPTEMBER IS, .IS.
The registry in this city will crnwd
eightese hundred before readers of the
HTANDAlU have studied its eight pages
this morning. Anaconda will "be
thsSe" wies the roll is called next ()cto
hl. ard towm that take an interest in
the eoming eleetlon will do well to
semiate her example in getting the
veens in. This city's list is open to n
stsa. Repablican newspapers that
pe.e about "coanrlon" are requested to
seem i with e as to state their
e seionms mw, if nasnes on the
t fAhlof their approval. These eight
Srhundred men propose to vote, and
eamhba smurit come quickly it ever it
eass. Tim Apapeonda list will climb
to a grinder total before Naturday.
Pselbly the workers will make a
. hr th summd, Jf that is po )ible.
I a3ereastes is made conspcluons
ie begsdt l ofl e w yed eontempo
riss who. no see that Anaeonda
peSms to east a full and an honest
GET TO BUSINESS.
It this espalg is ma ed with per
wnlttis, the demnoueatie pres of Mona -
tam s not to blame for it. It mwn.
not eanuddates for owap. are exposed as
targets for cowardly per.onal assault,
democratl newspapers are not the of.
fegsakrs. It eitiasms who have the 'tn
Squestiad right to interest themae I rus
in the sanvas are assailed by va.sant
nI mwspapers run as daaJa s during the
Scampaign forw a monmy cas.iderati n.
thr offense cannot be charged on the
Henceforth. the nTAxWII.AE will he
sastiestld to print, without added note
Sor comment. the talk of the republican
p res regarding its townsmen who are
made tlw subject of cowardly personal
Icomument. All the newspapers in poll
ties for pay. high and low, big or little.
shall gest a hearing here. which they
trould not holks to mtucre except an the
-4TANtiAgl qyuotes tlHne. 'rThe hired
wribh.lrs are urgtd to pIut their stutff
llut thlw demnwratic press will noft In
suilt itself hy nmeeting the Oplwsitioln in
the Held. of unwarrantable persoUllties.
It will not trouble itself to tell how .M1r.
Power farrd. in hlis dealingl with Indian
trnulers. It will inot ipriwluc the profs
of crioked transmactions involviang
the federal goverlnlnlut and republican
caandidates. It will inpugnll no deenllt
lanll'a motive. it will not vilify eiti
zens is tile walks of private life.
.Ioilntaina demnocrats will hufrely win
ini (4 tolbr. They are winnelr now.
They inanmed tin winnillng tickets ten
days ago. They can take care of the
state ticket and the legislative candi
dates, to Loot. Tley have shown that
twhey cannot te defrauded by a rottenll
registry law: they will take mighty
gotd care that they are not counted
out at the polls. They present no can
didate whoever robbed the people; they
canl easily afford to be decent. They
are the aggressors Ii this campaign
and they tell the opposition to get
down into the ring and defend itaelf.
Ieot the republican press of the terri
tory hasten to array itself on the
line of living lisues. Pay lno atten
tion to the proofs that Carter sought
to introduce the religious element ill
last year's campaign. Iko not study
the files at Ikter odge iln hope of giv
inlg .Mr. Power a c-lean record. Fling
your insalUntatiolns at Anaconda's nile
teen hundred voters if you will. and
bring the suffrage of hoinest laboring
ieis inlto conltempt if yoll canL. I)odge
thie real isselts of tine caUpaign if you
want to. assail public-spiiritted miitemn
utltil you tire of it: but wliheia you are
throughl witll a campaig. of sneakinglll
vitlperationl take at new tatk and
stay withl tlhe vital issues of tlhe hour.
if you are able to do it. Prove that
the delimocratn of lolntannl have bet-li
recrean.ts ill the past. show Ihow ".Ie"
Too.e has betrayed the colmolllnlowealtlh,
and wlwherein Maglinnis has failed in
lidelity. l'oint to the public reciord
that entitles 'arter to public prefer
ment and suggest the claims which
Power has to public favor.
None of these themes have stirred
the republiclan press, which seeks to
hide the weakness of its favorites by
printing libels on democrats not calndi
date., and by raising its impotent voice
of slander against men in public life
whose iersollnal popularity it is
invited to put to the test.
''lwre is io) reason to susrlwt that
titre Held lhave pitched their tents in
Anaeolnda. simply lecause ventral prop
erty went up ln smoke yesterday morn
ltug. No olite presutmes to aicoiunt for
that condlagrat io which might
have occurred lunLder nlornmal conldiliouns;
Sand this is probably what happelned.
The city cain afford to part with the
uahabby woodenl structure that marred
Sone of its utNst prominent buiiness
I corllner. If coum.(we. tlw people of Amia
i oenda will feel strong symipathy with
thlere whose lones cannollllt we nmarde
good. but, while this feeling will belw
genlral. tlhere is no reason to regret the
removal of unsightly buildings which.
unIder city ordinances now in force,
cannot be replaced except by a struc
relspectable In its proporttms.
The STANDuAlA must not fall to point
out the fact that the effective nanlner
in which the fire was handled is re
newed testimony to the eticiency of
Anaconda's fire department. All the
surroundings were favorable to a disas
trous conllagration, yesterday morning,
but there was abundance of water and
plenty of organised men who knew
how to handle it with effect.
The lesson to be drawn from this ex
pertleee, is that Anaconda is able to
take good care of itself in case of visi
tation of fire, and that it has claims to
a revision of Insurance rates which the
companies having agencies here should
be compelled to respect.
ON THk DEFENSIVE.
,efore the camnpaign in Montana
was sixty hours old, republican news
papers up and down the territory were
put on the defensive.
The first duty of these papers was to
defend an outrageous registry law
which a republican legislature devised
with the direct purpose of putting
democrats to disadvantage. Partisan
newspapers have not been able to de
fend this outrage. Their ill-timed shafts
have been aimed at the Mills bill, the
8l3.1 tower san the set of PneeW ins
tiLt is depriving s do ra,n wle pub
lie spirited demorats have base ping
out their money to ecuae iuistvauo
for democrats who ace not tob rabed
of their rights beceame they ae poor.
The piece of maentrous legitslatis
which forces the Ighlt along this
unfair line has found ready sup
porters with republcana. They have
failed to defend it saesflly, as tsey
doubtless expected to fail il the at
tmupt to abridge the rights of eltimars.
In th secoud ploew, the repesMiena
have tbee forced to rush to the de
fense of the platform. It does not re
eet the convictions of Montana on the
tariff lsse., it perverts the fiats re
garding party service in te matter
of realized statehood. It falls to give
credit where. notoriously. credit is due.
it r.eite alleged history whichl the
people know to be false.
Worst of all, the republican ipess is
forced to defend its andulidates It
Iangnot present Power as a clea staan.
it cannlot hback its claims in favor of
Carter. It is comIIwiled to place its
favorites in cnltrast with the lmenl
who achieved statehood for lontant:
and it fails to catch the popular ear or
strike tile popular heart in its efforts to
belittle tlw men whose names head tiw,
TIhe republeits prems will be fonrcd
to face tile issue on the line of defense.
Ikbenocrats have paUsed tlhe peril that
threatesacd thlwn on an unljust registry.
sand. as.tley have scored a victory ont
that point, so they will record a slure
sublltantial triumph when tie peo.ple
walk uip to tlw ballot oxes in (October.
If voters fail to get their lnaue. on
the registry list. they will have them
selves to blane for it. The rNTA NIDAus
prints elsewhere, this morning. extrac.ts
from the decisions of tie Attorney (ietll
eral. who says that Sunday registration
will stand. This opinion may be all
right. but the safer way is to get regis
tered before th~ week ends. reserving
Nunday for the pious devotions, which
have their votaries in all good demo
If current cotmment conveyed in
press dispatclhs is of account. %enator
lirock has got Tanner ousted of tihe
pension ottloe and put Major Poole ian
I his place. ('onfeMedly Tanner is a fool.
and that's a good deal more thlun can.
be said of the man whom Senator Ilis
cock proposes as his successor. In the
war of the rebellion. Major IPoole lost
his right arm. The countty in which ihe
lives paid handsonmely for it by making
him county clerk. an ottice worth
a clealn 2,,0lJ). Then the gvernmenat
made .Major PIoole a pension agent, at
allultilntmlent whlichl he held until a few
mnolltlhs ago. The Mliaj r was Tannin r
rival for tie ottlee of cummitm I ner,. Ib.t
lit. failed when tIhe alppointlltent wa.s
made. If Mr. Ilinstnck succeeds in agt
timng him nat-r.( now. It will be tlhe
tr-iuimph of ani extravagnnlt right strmi.
one. of a Kind LI Enoeugt.
Vr.nan ill.- t2at Fraui.u.'.e Exitlanimnr.
~whtlh.r (;rahllla we.lt over Niagnra
Falls in a hemlI or. Int there M*.cts to be
no doubt that Steve. Brndlk ha guits. over
1 in a rubbel r asit. and that kncerks all the
nrewitace out of G;mlurs 'sl exploit. Now
thatit lhas Ie e ce(nclhasively Iroved tLhat
tlhe thing can he cloen., it it to t I hoped
that thme n.st half d(omen kliots wbo atteumpt
ii will fall to rswport at roll-eall after the trip.
Somethinllg ..n eb pareoned to ilngenlutly.
hut tim permeon who deliherately illitatea a
feat like Brudlie' is merely offensive.
Nef ('Cently thlpen..
Vmeu the, ('hirmco leraid.
TIe total algital coat of the British
warsehips of all sorts at the last Spithered
review. paracked for the* ilnmepeltios of the
Emlleror, was £ltlt1.7ti&. The nulanher
of ships present was 7~ : of torpeio hoats,
st. The weight of metal containued in the
heavy guns was .4100 tons. The. tunnage
was apprositnately :0.0 , I tions. Five
hundretl and mixty-nine heavy guns, low
spiwrtive of uieok flrers and ,niaelsine gunll,
co.pos1ued the anrianent.
* *-..I*---. -. -'T~""
A Campairgn ine VrN.e.
Thner mIae4 ItI musette qulestion. till jIM. a
rctnua·y of tbew rmmwrt tuha (t Gie~eaI Bost
Iaaaeelr ioe going to stusmmp (thio for Poga
*eruhably is dci. ib(b.
Front thu" l'Ittladelphta 1'rriw.
Another lot of Floe7).(%) Arnim wimo want;
to etule' to' Amerlia huave· arrived its New
Y1ork. It in s"ot knmown wbertiwerey cai
In fold thIWir tetae or ,mere' to mtoaI s away.
UC..twari It Take. IS. (.ar...
Freon 1Iw sc twluter Imrnuc*flet.
"Whbat a lively year RI J will ho in (Chi.
eago!" oxd·aLnue the (hicago Tiaer.. Yes.
at the railway aetations whom. oeeemeeioo
trainse aro starting for New York.
A Qu4et.n la ArulShmete.
Yrmu 11wh IAuisvtlle t'ourkrJournal.
If twenty strikes oacur in one week uii
der a "perasperous" protectlve adlilnistr
tion, what would happen undkr an or
dlnary governent ?
T.. Age t Co.amert by Mlaebmta .ry.
Pums the New York Iua.
Mrs. Coohmrn, of 14boetlville. Ill., has
invwnted a dish-washing machine. This
is only one of the omnfors that will crown
the donestlk of the tWentieth centursy.
The "hired girl" of that happier timen will
light the kitchen Ire blr presingt an else
tri button at the hoad of her bebd, rind
the co.re by starting an autoantle smill
dtop6 ents in the slot and have the eg
tad hops sent tram the gruaers' and
uO trust catch the rolls as they
ump t fro the bread-basket u-der
estnd supply train and set the table l
curnine a crank. Tie only ir
thins u a house in the age of easfort y
nachinery will be the cat. The eat c an
not be regulated or kept out of the mlk
bq any k.vice short of the guillotine.
trove tLh Cbablw am Prvuuaubr.
"No, Geore.," .bs mura,,d. a slh
nlmersie ynuatb kneIt in a pasamonas
frouw at hr feet "I carn neve be. yoinei."
"Well, Cara" be answered blusib', as
be rous qukM . "you might havetoldp
0 before samved me tu'anm muug
Thu assaw uwtuss .Lail t a wMi.h
thu - w w e'im-In
erlpmsi m hr v 6
Nova m ptpa oh.rr .r ia~o. .ra is ea
cIary has the Dinmmowe bmw - -al
-.sor a a sbt i o h s v hI.. (u O
Jont our Bawdhkl.. Intasurablm and ove
vrtmv~r attht is ha w~taim. Th t. is hut
ass daisur is bkased. sad that i..
a bIhmeet r~ s.1. Las vrmy uras that
d -.rva ell a the ib. m *"$% n.
i t ha he Isn I! da 4 huthaS
vkeruauad pimi *ardmw vt di law.
which ambt ta have e..a ward ' Ani
art to dluramrLch oh. 6amamr. mimer..
and ataw- I of Montsana" and which
I wa born of the irst rr ushlk an klWiuia, i
0mwe of Montana.
ltrwistr. and do ro at ane. oust1d thu
rhuke' the party that nacted such a law.
Delay is daa rous. i arnrer to rote pou
luSSt nvtisa.1te 0 4w hrfuec $cptgh'rr Il.
Let t1w uaturaliel c/ttLuw. of this tere
ritory who hav.- haw a vrting uuitu seted
fiar year... bult up their papers that they
hazsv. ta. seels fur tan penis. san not k t
pIat.v of rrgiautratiwne ael rewicitr.aal MI at
t114 sals. ti1,s' register as vow to avneake
tlhe poiitisl party that puts you to this
0"et Iutasvreflnk'IcI sati practically ella
fraIhisIca yask lby the asourdl prenisuklo
whmichl re'qinar yoU to rulase" youw5r pa.
)*Mrs, asal its 544*4 1InIsItace ita tralve'l a
litiiiihd Iicik4'4 toI na isar bo-fure you (lii
e·mxrris* trh- rights. of fntaitwin.
We auk all Who IDSa- iitenist."al Ins guud
giwtlv~t lIutlt. t, trwil t1w gdattinia
f1 ouar party. E amasiuc the. public mimeS
hbusluw)mU nrt·b1 uf our s atu$alklUtIs. IjtWnrs
abmI iunvestigaste' tlwiiia ins all thmeir EI'la5tki4)1
to 01w IgLIlk". 04) tlne lust aesse usaal analy
sij. alnt we. an- uermtl.alal t that you will
HIual thLtici worthy )aItutasinais. intent who
will purdat aal Imnltet a Iher instensa' at all
li ewlter antl tell your fIrked. to niaister.
MAIOItlt IIAI.%,. 1. 1. HAIIOEK.
W. A. C'L ARK. F. A. IItoAS)WATE.II
W. W. lllS(,%. A. J. 1ºAVII444I%.
JOiSH n'HKINS'St. tAMIL hH'#Il,
WAITER tt4bli'tK. WM. I'ARSKIOMH(.
ALPUKS) MIYEVE1. ('1AK. E. (OINIAII,
4.Eri. St. TINOIE:. W. W'. NamºtRIM.
J. A. I4A'AI.E. taiNSIBAY.
K. A. KKu.lv. W. J. WTKIrHIA4.
T. hZ. aiIl.LIN4. KU. ('ASZI)WEI.L.
Anuieseemelh, Aus~tiS r7. lave..
MEN AND WVOMEN.
Three generatio.sl of one family are
now serving len the royal aesgineerl. They
are (G.ul. Sir Alexanlder ('uaingalh ,. ('oe.
('unuingltasa. anld Seo~.rnd Lieutenant
('uanai hamn. (Gems. (nulslinagnhaan was
Sauaette les lit.
H:raetL Gtrele*r ncta* preached a ('lhrist
naua lleennon lla Dr. ('laapla's church. He
twegn. hy sayil. : "It Iha. Ien akid that
I alsal te poxxwr.et peakerr ila An.wrka."
P. T. Barun. whlo wars pw.'e:at, uiahl thaut
it was rleally true. heat whluat he. a ill e
chanted every I.arter.
It was- Rt..-r A. Prycr who first alundt
lse of the r)nsw "'rre mln..sihtk (enatlk*t,"
,not W,.H.H &.warl as hia IsaeI, t unppou.e.
Anlerw ('ar.k gie la l ualnouncel inlm
lff au, a eans.-llilate- for the. pretkl-.,e-ey of
Ithe Institlete of (ivil ldl .Minlinl Elagiln
(rn o)f thaII Un'llted State,.. Atwrat S..
He.witt will IN his ctlakf AppolnuIsent.
John, Maltleta of ( Ifmul. Me... I. 13i: year'
of a.r-. He- has hI.l a wtankrilg life
ausl attrilbate" his grlp l health to hii hlabit
of wearillg woolelll. an.ad ll vi.ag Ikq-usr
alo1se. He* ras aLL faiLn of d~ aUre'. aiolsg
lost of tier work hinamelf. He has alwar.s
liveld ou a very piaisa diet anUd liII habits
an. rrelarkably reghular. Hi. only nadilli
cinle. is wonrawolad. which Ie lunaket into a
astroatlg tea utnd drilaks whiaes "oeat of .orts."'
He iqesqite, a plailhuwnpler ill his way ansd a
cluse. studeant of ncuatusre.
BraIwn-e.lstanl now holds the chair
of eaper.lllaeatal mnedicine ean tae (Colla ge
of France. He has a wkke Iaractk'.. as
con'ultilag play.kIlan lit diseases of tahe
Iaervoass .rtetnao. He has hIeen especially
m.ieaestmfal in treatinag olcllnur dicaste of
the aeinal colurn. While *ractkcilag in
New York he started ina onJawction with
Dr. B. '. 4eguin, a anedk.al Journal enti
tled A reirsrrof re*stncifde and Pvlac l r. -
iitier. Dr. Brown attmd was born in
1A1t, but s not ian hi. , as s.w.os hasty
people have aumerted. In fact he kea.
not look bl. age hbT tea year.' and hits aiand
is as clear as ever.
WHERE TO REGISTER.
Tea vaarea Dltrerm,. ems Agemts man
In conformity with the new el.ctio, law
the' tconunisioner of Deer oadge county
•t tIeir June nmetlle Indistreid talweoonty
ftwr rrgitratioa and appointed agents as
Instrit No. I-Anacomda. Anaconda Vpa.rr
works. --en tukr and ll'. yeyd Ncllie prr
dmarts. H. eN a : Ncac at Anacond.a.
No. -arrUl, W le ill . U. Mill (reek and
lmiat r ek; A. nt Waker a t at Car
N.u t--uart., %Warm rseI and Race Track;
o. .-arrd agenmt; (oler Wairm almwga.
No. O-4 roia'.; sea- ja nala Frankln agent;
I Atsh at t$saot
No. ihr--r La od; H. H. Zenor. agent.
No. 6--tialsii. (ktd (Vn-k and Iuouwer;
Wmr. I. (,thu, agent: ou at IHarriaon.
No. 7-Av.on. latumeun Hiddea Tremasr, itnlr
burg and Wlarkte'ut; Hecere Jaes.u agent; hier at
No. La.-r-ancula. lven-ap-et and Mat~l
an: J. C. Hopwr, agent s; uke at Neres-Up
No. S.- Washntlaun clskb. Helmvire and
VI ktraick~: J. C. Muore. agent; use" at HeI. -
No. l--(Ovano. HBoy& Itwi' Camp and
Wirlalad; . Ovando yt, a gen; c . t
No. I.-Nuftart and Elk ('nreek; J. J. Keeard,
ageat; o te a t susmet.
Crek J. D. Armosmtab, getow a at
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berg; WI. Itwafl, aget; .) e -
Ka mrg kg. Cal. and Meer Late;
IC te antwunt d the Quseam aavin·a i
HOLACK OV KL UCTIOw.
There wll be am ehetims held In the eiIrci
Aumeami am Thlrui the 36thb day or
A. It. WA at whic terewDh
theunlhe d electr m the qurmku
owheUt r~ bUr the s d hr boods o
eity of Anamonada .haflpusth
of mmil eft. y, nto lee the terls oc Vtea
to draw? per ansi. per ama am IJn ·
fow porulet of c tunti arwers in~ l·
The ryeLeng I Is sev eralluwll weeds wUl
simmer *wm ·-the g l l etiom, to hbreld Te.
day, th Sr d!) c der obt A. It. am.
ThIbub~i~es mm r rse at md e,ti~ wI9 h
th mime perqu s d4.b1.d bye the booed of
ealy m i act as smac at t
Ida to he hed Tsay the lcl "ý of
Aedat o the efty CoanadA of y
J. I. EOAUMAx, City CIerk.
ESTES ; GONNELL,
Dry Goods Department.
We Must Have Room I Therefore
All Summer Goods Must Go.
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO
BUY GOODS AT YOUR
TWO GREAT BARGAINS
* IN *
TH IS W9I1<.
No. 1-40 Inch all wool Tricot at 48 per yard.
No. 2. 26-inch Cotton and Wool Mixed Novelties
Think of it I 13 yards for $z.
Great reductions in all Summer weight goods. New
Goods are beginning to arrive and we must have
space. So if you would look to your own interest
see our great drives this week and take advantage of
them, for the time is limited.
We make a special point to keep everything that is
only first class in this department, as our past reputation
will show. Our stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Queensware and Glassware is without an equal in
Latest Designs in WVall Paper. See Them.
Estes & Connell Iercantile Company.