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NOW GO AT IT.
This city sends greeting to every
delmocrat in Montana and hastens to
laform the party that it has nineteen
hundred sund seventy names on the
registry list. The work of getting the
-rames of voters on the books began
before the registry omee in Anaconda
had been ope n ifteeen luinutes. That
work has been kept up earnestly to the
close. The city enters the second stage
of the canvass with its democrats
full of enthusiasm and pledged to holn
kt, earnest work. There will be no
respite. Meetings will be held and
strong personal effort will be Incessant
to arouse the voters in behalf of every
candidate on the ticket. This city
pledges itself to do its share in making
the victory of the democrats com
plete. It appeals to Montana
democrats. who have manfully
matched the opposition brought by an
unjust registry law, to carry the fight
with nabaUting ardor to the polls. If
this be done, Toole's election will be a
triumph and the boasted majority re
eorded last year for Carter will be so
elsetively overturned that even the
memory of it will be wiped out.
IT ALL DEPENDS.
The brightest discovery made during
this campaign turned up yesterday in
the story which the lelens Journsa
tells to show that Mr. Carter went to
Wainaton, "talked with the secretary
at the treasury" and that, forthwith,
the prie of lead weit lying toward
higher figures. The act is that Mr.
(CW went to Waubi to dieker about
appeit ta and wau completely up
set in all he an by Reell Is Ha.ri
a- Ii argued the lad question, and
the territorr mnevr got may sataistetion.
In hope of beas atg Montana to vie
tery, pomn*et eastern rublicans have
takes up this siver-d question and
thi utmast has been done to Ibnfueneo
.msetary Windom to make a tavorable
ra9s. Tb. RHain Journsea knows
thm e eme b name. The
rYwmAu was the Anat newspaper to
i-pm.ien maoages in Helena that it
s pemised, t Il ease the rpornflican
ant-glem beclme abs ,. al'
the lstemean Jsrwa Is weB aware that
my run3g hy the seretary at the t1m8
ry wi be withhelbd antilm uesse
m.asset to December.
Our ift" Ittle neighbor, rintel
dwn aist esat, breaks toth in
mwarly Ove. day. Its e aplets ass
and, whe it is meamtese, they
- met a purely Iwaglstlv ~~b tb.g
ddsu as the pes eoluuns of the H
eun Jewrnae wbhs It sings of Mr.
Carter's greatnss or chants In prale
The new North- Wat is getting its
second wind. (ool weather has eslaed
It, the ul peaefuprgr of the sam
paign has stled its rmed srprlts
With the canvass halt spent it "refuses
to believe that the Intelligent workmen
of Anaconda will be coereed into vot
ing the democrat ticket." Hope on,
clever neighbor. ret not thyself
cause of fancied evil-doers. The Ana
eaoda workmesn never were exposed
for an Instant to coercion, and they are
not the kind of men who are In the
habit of golng about this world to get
themselves coerced. Our Deer oddge
contemporary ought to send a reporter
over to this city to learn the situation.
There are republicans here who will
present it accurately -- not many of
them this year, to be sure; still there
in some way the story that Mr.
Power was about to withdraw from the
republican ticket got into wide circula
tion yesterday." There appears to be
no foundation for the report. Mr.
Powe& is as good a fighter as the next
man and he will doubtles "stay with
it" to the end. Excellent gentleman
that he is, Mr. Power cannot overcome
the odds that are against him. This is
not his year. Little is heard about
him in the canvass and the still hunt
plan is not in season just now. Mr.
Toole has been out of the woods for
nearly two weeks, but he is working
hard to lift the majority for his associ
ates on the democratice ticket, to which
he has been thoroughly loyal from the
HE WANTS THE OCEAN.
Edison said in laris, the other day,
that it made him savage while he was
crossing the osean to see all the power
of the waves going to waste. The only
remaining obstacle to the universal
use of electricity in performing every
thing where an expenditure of force is
required, from running a railroad train
to dressing hogs, lies In the cost of its
generation. The seizure and utUlisa
tion of the power of the waves would
solve the problem and give this world
of ours the biggest boom it has seen
since Christopher (olumbus bade the
old folks good bye and started in the
It has been shown by mathematical
calculations that the average ocean
wave contains enough power to wind
a Waterbury watch. An inanite suc
cession of waves would, therefore, pro
duce power enough, it properly applied,
to operate every piece of machinery
within the ingenuity of man. It is to
be hoped, and, in the opinion of Mr.
Edwson, it is altogether likely, that
some one wll come along and compel
the waves to do their duty instead of
wasting their superb energie in playing
MR. TOOLE AND LEAD.
Itegarding Jos. K. Toole, the Hlelena
Jouartal finds itself In the mood to say
that he is an "exceedingly small-bore
politician with a smooth tongue" and
that sort of thing.
There is no accounting for one man's
opinion of another man, and it would
be quite useleus to worry over the
JPourara estimate of Mr. Toole. That
is a question which it is perfectly safe
to leave to the people. We fancy that
they will gauge the relative calibre of
the Jouruart favorites and the demo
eratie candidates on the general ticket.
Talking about Mr. Toole, the )lelelna
.Jrirual takes more than a column to
question the service claimed for him in
the matter of the duty on lead and to
cloud the motives that prompted him
to do what he did. The facts are thee,
Mr. Toole tried diligently to get a ril
ing from the Necretary of the Treasury
so that Mexican lead should pay duity.
Mr. Fairchild was a democrat. lie
said that his only course was to get a
construction of the law from the ju
diciary committee of the senate. Mr.
Toole sought the committee and urged
a favorable ruling. That committee,
controlled by Senator Edmulnds refused
to make it. Mr. Toole. also tried, in
caucus of the house of representative,
to carry an amendment on the silver
lead question, but he was not sc
The newspapers opp ed to Mr. Toolse
have charged themselves chiefly with
heralding the fact that, later in last
summer's session, Mr. Tool was absent
when the house had under consdera
tion the section of the tariff shbedul
relating to lead. He was in New York
eity at the tim, and had been absent
two days from Washington, where, up
to that time, be had been in constant
and faithful attendance as the session
prolonged its weary lngth He had
not supposed it possible that the ques
tion would be reached during his brief
absence, and the facts show that, under
the oedinary course of legislation. the
subject which he had closely watched
for weeks and which he proposed to
discuss, would have been reserved till
later in the session.
Mr. Tool's absence on that partien
lar day was widely advertised by the
teact that Mr. Dubois, of Idaho, took
the boor and called attention to the
was aobhm. ''Ik t IMIl Mr.
sabeis M this a .dsv1g0 a
ihm Ms a
-maks wodM eeauteud up , to
the Ilnjulry at ta msember ee.
ar, s. Mr. DubSis these.fe r hase.mse.
to th wern4Sg an tUh h.im
stanal Heeord br J S1 quoltes
erds fem his
**I amm .ml -lnss.- s te ýsemeTee die
Aera sr ML li amte e war Mas se 1a.
Mraw lrhm dol he was gav rs ftI e at Ihe
meeet orr flott Is leem - rnme he dl iet
l )ll.r UI* oz IUrn w.e'
arm Neteý i knew Ih'e .l swere
hedithe *mue lm. uleal. ad he t eeM
btao eabsIL Cs" the rhmlr ," tha.t
dak byr e b iha'
rine. TheIaoerse. hois own sem my serrory
an liaslkL. aad I make this eaerreis s fair.
ew to tS guetm Uand Ma ju.tle to myself."
The faut that this extract Is quoted
by the Helena Iadrpesadet prompts the
Jounwd to call in question Mr. Too'Is
honesty of purpose and his rsak as a
candidate in the pending eanvass. The
Iadependeut might have added, as a
bit of campaigna "personality," that
Mr. Dubols, who is a republicakn,
hastened to assure Mr. Tool., in private
conversation, that he had grossly
wronged him and that be deeply me
gretted what he had sald.
A MISTAKE AND ITS CORRECTION.
Heveral days ago theim lela Inde
pe-dent published what purported to be
an interview with Judge De Wolfe, in
which it charged him with saying,
that at a banquet of the Patriotic Or
der of the Sons of America, held in
Anaeonda on the Fourth of July, some
of the members of the order, in course
of the speeh-making which occurred
during te tiestivities, charged Catholics
with burning school houses.
This statement, attributed by the re
porter for the Indepedtsnt to Judge
ie Wolfe, called forth a reply from Mr.
W. A. Buswell of this city, and, in a
card published in the lelena Jo.urnal
of the sixth inst, Mr. Huswell emphat
ically contradicts the statement and
denles that any language such as that
above charged was used by any of the
speakers on the occasion referred to.
The card of Mr. Buswell in turn
called out a reply from Judge DeWolfe.
As that gentleman positively denes
making the statement charged by the
Iaedpendent, and as the statement, it
unco.tradicted, is calculated to injure
Judge DeWolfe both personally and of.
.coially, and may also be used to his
detriment as a candidate for the high
est Judicial ofiee of the new state, it is
fair and Just to him that his disavowal
of the language charged against him
by the Independent should be laid be
fore th'e readers of the NTAWNDAn.
The card recently addressed by the
Judge to the Helena Jourral is pub- 1
lishd. on the fifth page this morning.
aurstmslse sIke Tm.
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J. V KAI.
W. J. K NNKiY.
What's the matter with Prince Rus
sel for pension'commissioner Y Thre's
nothing like keeping things within the
In offering advice to republican vot
ers, the Helena Journal says: "When
a coroner's services are needed it will
be gratifying to feel that so worthy a
citizen and so stalwart a republican a
D)r. Iockman is holding the inquest.
Let every voter bear in mind that if he
is to be "sat upon" by the coroner, the
physician to do it is the republican
If there is one thing that the republi
can party will need more than another
after election day that thing is a coro
ner. The remains of the party corpse
should be disposed of as soon as possi
ble, whether under the direction of a
republican or democrat.
Sarah Althea Hill is describted br a re
porter as having "a patk. olive coumte
nance, with delkiate features and a pair of
starry brown eyes, and her thick., wavy,
brown hair has never beenI cut in a hang,
but is Iwushed loosely hack and ripples
around her brow and ears." (4, Sally, get
your hair cut !
Three ttramp nemnbers of the Dillon re
publkcan club are in the ice box awaiting
the action of the grand jury on a charge
of burglary. It that arrel isn't opened
pretty soon three good republicas votes
will turn up missing next October.
"For ways that are dark and tricks that
are vain, the heathen Chinese is peculiar,"
but not mone so than some of the republi
can ollee bolders of Beaverhead county.
New Jerse people are growing alarmed
at a prospective decrease in the predeI
lion of applejack, consequent upsa the
failure of their apple rap. A asimilar
failure occurred in IBs. Jersey lightning
somnetins strikes twice in the sam
What an nteresting pair John .. and
Riddieberer would make in congumrn.
OGemdmUy Wemala Away.
1ram the smervme JeseurasL
"When youar practicing friend across
the way hes learned to play the eargme he
will entertain the whole ne bbehood
rad kue Brown.
"Y , aid Mrs. Crown, "buat t. that
time tba won't be any neighlorhood
From the umeral Traveker.
"Mike, theo tell me they are taking the
eneus foer I1s' "YeT, I bher s. Pat.
And you take Ay advice you'll n bury
Nejt1 e over. I don't know rhat
yld ihany less snses than you
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hint the uape .1. baue, hstow~ih
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Vvs Sh al~me No~ap s b lm.u
Uf the Kugll~h Peple am plat t. ea..
tiwu. their presse a asa geV'Ueaat,
It wouli bhe. aspd this it the qse would
ahdb.,t. With aU due r.epre to her o
a g-d old lady. she Is lied. or 5o value to
England as a ..sereign. Ifs a meaaohbmle
fores of goversmest i. what Kiaglaimi
ought to hav.,thes there eheuli he A sno
marh on the throne. Rither there eheuhi
be.a messmaqh who would exert a per~ewd.i
bI. b luee pnas the .odatº
erunueass or there sheu hi be so ummearek
Frem the CMai Oe Times.
Thi O'Sullvans ase erminm. There
are twe.at-even of them laths family
fathesr mtthbr and twe ntyve ses and
daeghte.s. Nors CP0etlvati yhe onges
Ammhr of the amily, a Manl sshl d
miss f Ie Yeasu, was at the miselon o Oer
ardy oft te Rodeay at Castew Garden the
other dy. l- la.ormed tle Rev. ather
Callabsa that she had left her father,
mothers thirteen slaters and eleven hbrot
ors In County ewy.Irsland. She hopes to
see the whole family ain the Uanitsd States
early next spring, She is advanse agent,
as it were, of the sreat attraction.
THE CRONIN TRIAL.
Twelve deaft, dumb, and blind men asre
wanted for the Cranl jury .-Mih.resr
About the time the last suspect dies oa
old age the Cronin jury will be counplet.
It seemed as thouh Chicago would have
to annex just one more town to get a jury
In the Croean aase.-Blomsrtgiets -ye.
Since everybody else seea . to know too
muc about the Cronaln case to sit on the
jury why don't they impanel the lawyers
In the case.- Weshis.ton Post.
The one material faeet so far estab.isan
La Chicago's sensational (Cronin murder
case is that the body of the victim was
found in caatchr.basi. If this Is disputed
any one ao Chisago's publlc.spllrted eiti
seas will stop talking world's fair for a
few minutes and show you the catch
bmaan.--a. Pou Pisner Prew.
The phonograph bears and speaks, and
all that now rsemains for Mr. Edison to do
is to construct a machine that can form an
opinion not susceptible of bias. Twelve
Lastrumente of this asort would serve an
excellent purpuse aIn the Crosaina case at
Chicago. They would be far better than
the twelve knoes for whom the council for
the accused are rseahisng, thus far n
vain.-New York Cosmervid Advertiser.
THE POLITICAL POT.
The rlstion at Boaman I. more
tban one uded ahead of the vote o
The demomrats of Mimmoula county have
been working hrd, and can show an n
doubted malrita on the registration
books. The bis been blm d but the
task bas been aouplisheded.
Eastern Montanam wlh show big demo
cratie gains everywhee. Mr. Conrad, the
democratic nominsee for l eutsnant-gow
ernor, is making a splendld canvass and
his popularit as strenth to the tiket.
TThe reglration in Chboteau coats will
.ebd. Tbwi dnllD nsa.s when the books
lte Udlbe wmore than s per.cent.
of the otrag t ns ton. ngstt iýnls
lep to bnv n arud n unrese onabeI sand
extrvagnteod on the county treas
The democrats of Livingston were never
so thmsau organTed and so harmon
ius as tr ares this year. The Park
County Democratic club. which was orc
ganised about a week ago, ale dr n.ar
ertrsB amemberss and Ainc.des many at
ive you mens who are doing great work
for te cawuse.n thotbstadlsg the dif
ulties attending registration the dene
crats have doe sexceedingly well in the
enrollament and will give a good aceount
of themselvee on election day.
The Helena Jornal is still struggling to
keep up the drooping spirits of its pub
lean constituents. ItsoreP nts
have been instructed to send in lying re
ports far the outside to cheer pond
ent Ilelesanaes. Thae Jarsena sees to
think there is no hereafter. Wait until
October . It will find to the cosntrary.
when it is set upon tby the nmen it has so
wifullry and persistuntly deceived. Thy
nay be fooled now, but look out for
storus when they awake.-.Miiasg Joss
Col. Botkin in a recent speech at a re
publican anwetIn in Helena add tht the
rise in wool ad enefittedt the wool row
esr of Montana i the pt e ars.
i. not the Colonel a lettle l s f ig
usre eto his own statement
that all the wool grown in Montana will
he sold at an advance of seven cents per
pound, which Is not the fact, his alleged
crase would represent a sale of mare
than oooo pous o wool. Now, Mr.
Botkin, wo grw it, who old It, and
where was it soad -Mismwg Joerset.
Last alght the BUlver Bow Tamsn a
club had another rouing aet at her
hall. In addltion to the ier. p there
were many visitors.. Speebe were mae
lw H. L. Fraet JHynss, Jea
Phil Levy and P.. . T he ustot
enthusiasm peailed 1r the u e
were nlterrupted with heers as sC
lng poInts msee aad the pese
were fall of them. m m ulpet
the club has now assed the 10 mr ad
when iIt neat paade. Tammayr apreemes
to a.le md form hats and coass.
The elections this fall, hearing In mitL
that t is an "of rear," will he at nuseal
mpoetaaur sa an eachange. Ma .
audisegs. il. s i New Jereyr. Oh
and Viinia will governor and states
omer. eI(wsa. governor ad lieseaan
govenor ,Marand, cospouller and -
Waorrshnson Montanwupslsr and aw
ten weuasrnl eaNe brsk smeos
oceare, euaept governor and
Washington. Motana and tne twa Da
oams, sed al lelet a s taets
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
No. 1-4o Inch all w6ol Tricot at 48c per yard.
No. 2. a6-inch Cotton and Wool Mixed Novelties
Think of it I 13 yards for $z.
Great reductions in all Summer weight goods. Ne
Goods are beginning to arrive and we must hav
space. So if you would look to your own inter
see our great drives this week and take advantage o
them, for the time is limited.
We make a special point to keep everything that "
only first class in this department, as our past reputati
will show. Our stock of Staple and Fancy Groceri
Queensware and Glassware is without an equal i
Latest Designs in Wall Paper. See Them.
Estes & Connell lercantile Company