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THEANACONDA STANDARD; SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER is 1889.
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JdHEFIjK. TUOUC.^antl Clark Count).^Kta- IJe^UfnanMiorferiK^r,^JOHN II. niNAKU,^Custer County.^For Connrt'KH,^MAKTIN MAC1NMS.^1-cwln and Clark county.^For Chief Justin-,^MTKl'HKN A. lmWOLK,^silver Bow County.^For AKMortate .luxtU-vi.,^Fit A N K K. AKMMTKONti.^tiallatln County.^W. M. IIICKFtiKll.
MikMNilaCounty.^For Attorney tieneral.^W. V. I'KMHKKTON.^Silver llow County.^Fur Clerk of Huiircnit^ ^-tairt.^tlKOKUK F. ( nl'K.^Mad 1mMl CiMiuty.^For Mwrt-tary of State.^.lOHKl'll A. HKIIWXk.^Heavt-rheatl County.^For State Treamirer,^J KitKV COI.I.INS.
CaM'ade4 Vanity.^For State Auditor,^TlltkMAS l^. FIT/.i; Kit A l.l^.^IKwr l^udiceCtainty.^For Hunertotendentof Fulilie luotrin lion.^J. It. Ill SSKI.1.,^Silver llow County.
ForState Senator.^W. M. Till IKNTON,^Anaeonda.
ForIMstrli-t .lu.lae.^I^. M. lll'KFKK.^Iliillimliunc.^F01 Clerk of IliKtriet Court.^WKI.I.IMi NAITON,^iHt-r IxmIui'.
ForSheritl.^J. T. (JUItil.F.Y,^Aniwonda.^For Assessor,^THOMAS Mi T.MJIIK.^Helmt Hie.
ForI 'lerk and Heeorder.^J. F. IIIIA7.KI.lt^N.
MM^For County Attorney.^VV. S. SHAW.^IlillliatlHirK.^For HtipccllllclHli-nl of l*ul^lie School*.^MISS M.VItiiAltFT I. W4II.KK,^I leer Ijtslw.^For Treasurer,^It. T. KKNNON.^iHt-r l^atgr.^For Surveyor,^II KN It Y H. I)AV IS,^lifer IxmIuc
ForOii-iaicr,^W1 I.I.I AM KAY.^FhUlpauum.^For Public Atlinlnistrator.^B. F. HKOWN.^tiarrixon.^For IteiireMMitativen.^.IOIIN It. TIM U.K. Aiuieouda.^SII.VKN Hl tiHKS. Anaeonda.^C. M. CKl.'TCHFIKI.I*. I'liiliiMilHirx.^F. HOI.I.YWtMIH. Ur.wiit.-.^C. K. HAKI^KNHK(M^K, Kare Track.^K. (1. HUMIIKK, l^eer lvalue,^JAM KS M A ltd' M, llelmvllle.^For .lolnl Keprewntallve. Iteer l^alcr autl Itt-a^vel hi ;ul I 'ountiea,^FKANK KKNNKIiY. AuaetMMla.^For County Commissioner*.^J. U H AMI I.TON, Anaeonda.
^KKKKI.I.. Iteer I^nIkc^A. A. MuDONAMl, I'hiliiMiliurK.
SUNDAY,SEPTEMBER K^. Issii.
now go at it^This city sends (riveting: to every^^ leiiKK-rat ill Montana ami hastens to^inform the party that it has nineteen^hundred mill seventy names on the^registry hat. The work of getting the^name* of voters on the hooks begun^lie fore the registry ulliee in A naeoiula^hnd Im*cii o)w*n llfteeen minutes. That^work has Ism-ii kept lip earnestly to the^^*lo^e. The city enters the second stage^^^f the canvass with its democrats^full of entUusiasin ami pledged to hon^^est, earnest work. There will Is- no^respite. Meetings will lie held and^strong personal etTort will Is* incessant^to arouse the voters in Is-half of every^candidate on the ticket. This city^pledges itself to do its share in making^the victory of the democrats com^^plete. It ap|a-als to Montana^democrats, who have manfully^matched the opposition brought by an^unjust registry law. to carry the light^with unabatiiig ardor to the polls. If^this la-done, Toole's election will 1h^ a^triumph and the boasted majority re^^corded last year for farter will be so^*-rT^ctively overturned that even the^memory of it will be \vi|a-tl out.
Thehrightest discovery made during^this campaign turned up yesterday in^the story which the Helena Journal^tells to show that Mr. Carter went to^Washington, ^talked with the secretary^of the treasury^ and that, forthwith,^the price of lead went dying toward^higher figure*. The. fact is that Mr.^farter went to Washing to dicker about^appointments and was completely up^aet in all his plaits by Husscll H. Harri^^son. He argued the lead question, and^the territory never got any satisfaction.
Iuhope of boosting Montana to vic^^tory, pominent eastern republicans have^taken up this silver-lead question and^the utmost has been done tit influence^Secretary Windom to make a favorable^ruling. The Helena Jotinuil knows^these gentlemen by name. The^St and a nit was the first newspaper to^predict that this ruling would^come, and it is perfectly well known by^republican managers iu Helena that it^is promised, in case the r ^-^^Mican
situationbecomes absolutely desperate^as the campaign advances. Otherwise,^the Helena J an run I is well aware that^any ruling by the secretary of the treas^^ury will be withheld until congress^meets in iH-cemlK-r.
Ourgifted little neighbor, printed^down Main street, breaks forth in song^nearly every day. Its couplets are good^and, when it comes to stiitinieut, they^are not as purely imaginative by long^odds as the prose columns of the Hel^^ena Journal when it slugs of Mr.^farter's greatness or chants in praise^of I'ower.
Thenew Jfafffc HfasJ is getting its^second wind, fool weather has calmed^it. the is-aceful progress of the cam^^paign has stilled its milled spirits.^With the canvass half spent it ^^refuses^tols-lieve that the intelligent workmen^of Anaconda will be coerced into vot^^ing the democrat ticket.^ IIo|^e on,^clever neighbor. Fret not thyself be^^cause of fancied evil-^l^*Ta. The Ana^^conda workmen never were exposed^for an instant to coercion, and they are^not the kind of men who are in the^habit of going alsnit this world to get^themselves coerced. Our Deer I.ialge^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^are some.
Insome way the story that Mr.^Tower was about to withdraw from the^republican ticket got into wide circula^^tion yesterday.* There appears to las^no foundation for the rei*ort. Mr.^I ^ow e; is as good a lighter as the next^man and he will doubtless ^stay with^if' to the end. Excellent gentleman^that he is, Mr. Power cannot overcome^the (aids that are against him. This is^not his year. Kittle is heard about^him in the canvass and the still hunt^plan is not in season just now. Mr.^Toole has tteeu out of the woods for^nearly two weeks, but he is working^hard to lift the majority for his associ^^ates 011 the democratic ticket, to which^he has la-en thoroughly loyal from the^start.
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hewants the ocean.
Kdisonsaid in Paris, the other day.^that it made him savage while he was^crossing the ocean 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 utiliza^^tion of the |Mtwer of the waves would^solve the problem and give this world^of ours the biggest boom it has seen^since f hristopher f olumhus bade the^old folks giMMl bye and started in the^Oklahoma business.
Ithas Ik'cii shown by mathematical^calculations that the average ocean^wave contains enough power to wind^a Waterbury watch. An infinite suc^^cession of waves would, therefore, pro^^duce power enough, if pro|m*rly applied,^to operate every piece of machinery^within the ingenuity of man. It is to^la* ho|h-d, and, in the opinion of Mr.^Edison, it is altogether likely, that^some one will come along and compel^the waves to do their duty instead of^wasting their superb energies in playing^tag.
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mrtoole and lead^Regarding .los. K. Toole, the Helena^Journal timls itself in the mood to say^that he is an ^exceedingly small-bore^politician with a smooth tongue^ and^that sort of thing.
Thereis no accounting for one man's^opinion of another man, and it would^Ik- tpiite useless to worry over the^JonmaFx estimate of Mr. Toole. That^is a question which it is perfectly safe^to leave to the jH-ople. We fancy that^they will gauge the relative calibre of^the Journal's favorites and the demo^^cratic candidates on the general ticket.
Talkingabout Mr. Toole, the Jlelena^Journal takes more than a column to^question the service claimed for him iu^the matter of the duty on lead ami to^cloud the motives that prompted him^to do what he did. The fact sate these,^Mr. Toole tried diligently to get a rul^^ing from the Secretary of the Treasury^so that Mexican lead should pay duty.^Mr. Paii-child 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 ami urged^a favorable ruling. That committee,^controlled by Senator Edmunds, refused^to make it. Mr. Toole also tried, in^caucus of the house of representatives,^to carry an amendment on the silver-^lead question, but he was not suc^^cessful.
Thenewspapers nppposcd to Mr. Tistle^have charged themselves chiefly with^heralding the fact that, later in last^summer's session, Mr. Toole was absent^when the house had under considera^^tion the sect ion of the tariff schedule^relating to lead. He was in New York^city at the lime, and had been absent^two days f 10m Washington, where, up^to that time, he had been iu constant^and faithful attendance as the session^prolonged its weary length. He had^not supposed it possible that the ques^^tion would Im^ reached during his brief^absence, and the facts show that, under^the ordinary course of legislation, the^subject which he had closely watched^for weeks and which he proposed to^discuss, would have la-en reserved till^later in the session.
Mr.Toole's absence on that particti^lar day was widely advertised by the^fact that Mr. Dubois, of Idaho, took^the floor and called attention to the
factthat the delegate from Montana^was absent. The manner in which Mr.^Dubois did this conveyed a wrong im^^pression regarding Mr. Toole's relations^to the question. Knowing that his re^^marks would be construed grossly to^the injury of the member from Mon^^tana, Mr. Dubois thereafter hastened^to repair the wrong, and the Congres^^sional Kecord for July 22 quotes these^words from his speech:
'Iinadvertently alluded to the honorable dele-^Kate from Montana ill aueu a way aa to give in^^ference that either lie was not In favor of tin-^amendment or that for Home reuaou he did not^rare to e\|^rc*K himself on this Hiatr. In previous^and lenirthy eoiiM-rHstiioiia with the ^rntk-man^from Molilalia I knew that Ills iiyinnaihiea were^not tally with the amendment hut thai In- in^^tended to express himself hilly. Hail lie not la-en^iiiutvoidahly nhiw-ut from the rliamber on Unit^day he no doiiM would have correeted me al the^time. Tile interests of his own and my territory^are ideiilieal. and I make this correction in fatr-^^ie^M to the itcutleuiuii and ill Justice to myself.
Thefact that this extract is quoted^by the Helena intlfjtt-tntfnt prompts the^Journal to call in question Mr. Toole's^honesty of purpose and his rank as a^candidate iu the pending canvass. The^/mh,^ 10I1 at might have added, as a^bit of campaign ^i^ersonality.^ that^Mr. Dubois, who is a republican,^hastened to assure Mr. Toole, in private^conversation, that he had grossly^wronged him and that he deeply re^^gretted what he had saiu.
amistake and its correction
Severaldays ago the Helena Itule-^/u-nil'-nt 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 Sttiis of America, held in^Anaconda on the Fourth of July, some^of the members of the order, in course^of the speech-making which ^K*curred^during the festivities, charged fat holies^with burning school houses.
Thisstatement, attributed by the re^^porter for the Imlt-jH-iulent to Judge^De Wolfe, called forth a reply from Mr.^W. A. lluswell. of this city, and, in a^card published in the Helena Journal^of the sixth Inst., Mr. lluswell emphat^^ically contradicts the statement and^denies that any language such as that^above charged was used by any of the^speakers on the occasion referred to.
Thecard of Mr. lluswell in turn^called out a reply from Judge I^eWolfe.^As that gentleman positively denies^making the statement charged by the^fniiejteitfleut, and as the statement, if^uncontradicted, is calculated to injure^Judge De Wolfe both personally and of^^ficially, and may also be used to his^detriment as a candidate for the high^^est judicial ottice of the new state, it is^fair and just to him that his disavowal^of the language charged against him^by the Imtrj^ nt/t nt should be laid be^^fore the readers ttf the Stani^ahi^.
Thecard recently addressed by the^Judge to the Helena Journal is pub^^lished on the lift It page this morning.
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What'sthe matter with Prince Mus^^sel for pension commissioner V There's^nothing like keeping things within the^family circle.
Iuoffering advice to republican vot^^ers, the Helena Journal says: ^When^a coroner's services are needed it will^lie gratifying t^t feel that so worthy a^cit i/.en and so stalwart a republican as^Dr. Hock man is holding the inquest.^Eet every voter bear in mind that if he^is to la* ^sat uimui^ by the coroner, the^physician to do it is the republican^nominee.
Ifthere 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 Is- disposed of as soon as possi^^ble, whether under the direction ttf a^republican or democrat.
IsjskAltlieu Hill is tlescrilM-tl by a re-^IMirter as having ^n pale, olive counte^^nance, with delicate features and a pair of^Marry brown eyes, and her thick, wavy,^brown hair lias never Im-cii cut ill a latuir,^but is brushed loosely back and ripples^around her brow and curs.^ ^ i, Sully, fret^your hair cut!
Threetrump nieiiils-rs of the Dillon rc-^piiblicun club are ill the ice Imix uwuituit^^the action of the grand jury on a charire^of burglary. If that barrel isn't o|m*iuhI^pretty soon thrtt- good republican votcn^will turn up missing next October.
Forways that are tlark and tricks that^are vain, the heathen t liuiese is |mh-uliur,^^hut not more ho than sonic of the republi^^can office holders of Beaverhead county.
NewJersey ficoplc urc growing alarmed^nt a pros|Ks tive decrease in the produc^^tion of applejack, consequent upon tin-^failure ttf their apple crop. A similar^failure occurred in 1SS5. Jersey lightning^sometimes strikes twice iu the suiiie^place.
Whatan interesting pair John L. and^RitldlelM'nrer would make in congress.
Fromthe Somerville Journal.
Whenyour practicing friend across^the way has loanicd to play the cornet hi^will entertain the whole lleigliborhootl.^^^aid Mrs. Brown.
Yew,^said Mrs. frown, ^hut by tluV.^time there won't Im^ any neighborhood
InI'erll.^From the Commercial Traveler.
Mike,they tell me they arc taking the^reiiMiia for 1HH0 ^^ ^Yea, I hear an. Pat.^And you take my at 1 vice you'll go and bury^yourself till it's over. I don't know what^you'll do with any leaa aetiaea than you^nave now.
TWyMight Try High
Fromthe Cincinnati Kntpiirer.
IllEngland they are petitioning Parlia^^ment to prohibit tin- line of the Brown-^Sequanl elixir. But thut floes not, off^cfHirae, prove anything. They did far^more than that to ohatrtM-t Vernier in bis^effort to introduce vaccination.
TheKad Not Vert.^From the Ureal Falls leader.
Ourgenial friend Tanhauaer called yew-^ten lay morning to announce the arrival,^at an early hour, at the Tanhauaer man^^sion, of another ^chip off the old block^^in the ahupe of a flue, bouncing hoy, mak^^ing the fifth, huaideM four girla^a total^showing of nine dyed-iii-ttie-wool republi^^cans ; and In- says ^the end ia not yet!
Wantathe ^um to Koalgn.
Fromthe llenver Ke|Hildit-on.
ifthe English |M-oplt- arc going to con^^tinue their present form of government,^it would I Ml- a good thing if the queen would^alalicate. With all due respect to her as^a gtsal oltl lady, aire ia little or no value to^Kiiglnnd aa a sovereign. If u monarchical^form of government ia what Engluiid^ought to have,then there should he a mon^^arch tin the throne. Either there should^la- a monarch who would exert a pereepti-^ible influence upon the conduct of the gov^^ernment, or there should he no monarch
Hahfor the 0*M^IIMva^a.^From the Chit-aKii Times.
TheO'Stillivana are coming. There^are twenty-seven of them in the family^^father, mother and twenty-five aons and^daughters. Nora O'Sullivaii.the youngest^member of the family, a flaxen-haired^miss of 15 years, was at the mission of Our^Lady tif tin^ Roaury at ^ 'aatle Garden the^other duy. She informed the Rev. Father^Callahan that she had left her father,^mother, thirteen slaters and eleven broth-^era in County Kerry.Ireland. She hopes U^ace the whole* family iu the United States^early next spring, She ia advance agent,^aa it were, of the great attraction.
THE CRONIN TRIAL.
Twelvedeaf, dumb, und blind men are^wanted for the fronin jury.^Milwaukee
Aboutthe time- the last aus|m-ct dies of^oltl age the fronin jury will he complete.^^Minnrapnlia Tribune.
Itseemed us though Chicago would have^to annex just one more town to get a jury^in the fronin cast-.^Blottmington Eye.
Sinceeverybody else seems to know too^much ubout the fronin case to ait on the^jury why don't they impanel the lawyers^ill the case. \\~^i.*hi)i^jtnn /^^^/.
Theone material fact so far established^in Chicago's sensational ( roiiiu murder^case ia that the body of the victim was^found in a catelehasin. If this ia disputed^any one of Chicago's public-spirited citi^^zens will atop talking world's fair for a^few minutes and show you tile catch-^Imsin.^St. fuul Pionerr i'rr.%*.
Thephonograph hears und speuka, and^all that now remains for Mr. Edison to do^ia Ut construct a machine that can form an^opinion not susceptible of bias. Twelve^instruments of this sort would serve uu^excellent purpose in the fronin case at^Chicago. They would be far Itetter than^the twelve idiots for whom the council for^the accused are searching, thus far In^vain.^New York Commercial Adrertiaer.
Theregistration at Boxeman ia more^than one hundred ahead of the vote of^lust year.
Thedemocrats of Missoula county have^Im-cii working hard, and can show an un^^doubted majority on the registration^hooka. The labor bus la-en hard but the^tusk lius Im-cii accomplished.
EasternMontana will allow big demo^^cratic guina everywhere. Mr. Conrad, the^democratic nominee for lieutenant-gov^^ernor, is making a splendid canvass and^Ilia populurity adds strength to the ticket.
Theregistration in Choteau county will^pmhulily ahow l,5UO ilames when the ftooka^close. i'his will la- more than 75 percent,^ttf the voting population. Registration ia^generally condemned aa working a hard^^ship to voters, and an unreasonable and^extravagant demand on the county treas^^ury.
Thedemocrats of Livingston were never^so thoroughly organized und so harmon^^ious as they art- this year. The Park^County Democratic club, which was or^^ganized about a week ago, already uum-^lM-rs l:tt* members and includes many ac^^tive young men, who are titling great work^for tin- cause. Notwithstanding tile ditti-^culties attending registration the demo^^crats have done exceedingly well in the^enrollment and will give a good account^of theiiiscives on election duy.
TheHelena Journal is still struggling to^keep up the drooping spirits of its repub-^lit-uil constituents. Its correspondents^have been instructed to sent I in lying re-^ports from the outside to cheer despond^^ent Heleliuitea. The Journal seems to^think there is no hereafter. Wait until^tH-tohcr 2. It will Hud to the contrary,^when it is set upon by the men it has so^wilfully and persistently deceived. They^may be cooled now. but look out for^storms when they awake. - Miiiiwj Joui^^mi/.
Co).Hot Kin iu a recent s|ieech at u re^^publican meeting iu Helena suit! that the^rise in wool bad la-tic fitted the wool grow^^ers of Montana ill the post year *2,uu0,u0u.^Is not the Colonel olf a little in his fig^^ures. According to his own statement^that ull the wtatl grown in Montana will^Is- sold ut uu advance of seven cents |a^r^pound, which is not the fact, his alleged^increase would represent a sale of more^than _i,UUU,UUU |m^imds of wool. Now, Mr.^Kotkin, who grew it, who sold it, and^where was it sold V^ Mount/ Jmirnal.
Lastnight the Silver Bow Tammany^club hail another rousing meeting at their^hull. In udditinn to the membership there^were many visitors. Siatt-bes were made^by H. L. Frank, Harry Hynes, John^O'Meuru, J. \V. (^illiguti. Jamea Connelly.^Phil Levy and P. J. Cilligan. The utmost^enthusiasm prevailed and alt the speakers^were interrupted with cheers aa the tell^^ing |m^ints were mode, and the speeches^were full of them. The membership of^the club has now passed the 150 mark, and^when it next parades Tammany propoaea^Ut appear ill uniform hats and coats.^^AfitiiMV Journal.
Theelections this fall, hearing in mind^that it ia nil ^off yeur,^ will he of unusual^iiuportulicc, says an exchange. Massa^^chusetts, Mississippi, New Jersey, Ohio,^and Virginia will elect governors ami state^officers; Iowa, governor and lieutenant-^governor; Muryluiitl. t-niiipmiller antl at^^torney general; Nebraska, supreme court^judges and tw'o regents; New York, state^officers, except governor and lieutenant^governor, a judge of the court of appeals,^and a new legislature; antl Pennsylvania,^state treasurer. The four new states^^Washington. Montana and the two Da^^kota* -will all elect governors and state^officers, and congressional and legislative^representatives.
WeMust Have Room I Therefore^All Summer Goods Must Go.
THISIS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO^BUY GOODS AT YOUR^OWN PRICE.
THISWEEK.^No. i^40 Inch all wool Tricot at 48c per yard.
No.2. 26-inch Cotton and Wool Mixed Novelties^Think of it ! 13 yards for $z.
Greatreductions in all Summer weight goods. Ne^Goods are beginning to arrive and we must hav^space. So if you would look to your own interes^see our great drives this week and take advantage o^them, for the time is limited.
Wemake a special point to keep everything that ii^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 iq^Montana.
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