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The dommeeme PiNy ato Mf ates In
as- se omp" o feb"Nv rebtelt at
the egiats fth tsw lem -am tohei
getaati thea to 10the .emw at the
demesmade party I the eeagrm of the
Uaheald Sate for forarimastiug md emP.
.f to a mceea hual omelu"i thae saem. .
me wtink admit. Mautasa sad thOre of
Lhr meoluhiubin saeer rir to Lth iui at
stats. We seet that I eConseqenee at
tem oeppoioU df the republeUa party in
.lags em k wars rmeemaro to rmaci.eo the
i.h.e oi a Ister territor6y ,an"l wbich
ths oppaN1osis was auYtert y direct,
ahou i e It war the hatiWU mma
e. wEr wa ipi r.d br te desir to
poespom the whole matter uta the ad.
vent of the admia u ratio of Powtadeat
Harrimo, who war himelf theU prinlcip
oppoent In the mreato of the bill to ad
ani Montana In th year I~S.
We denounce the srpublicn mnnaJ4rty In
the lat legilaturem for refusing to neuoer
imliae congres In favor of, and the reiubti
can prems of the territory and delefate
elect to congasse for their opposition to
and criticiean of the adulaion bill, which
deserved the hearty support of all our citi
ansa. The course of these republicans
was wanting in patriotian, uhomrdinated
the Interemt of the people of Montana to
couaiderstious of party advantage, and
evinced a dimpoastion to keep the spoils of
their recent victory at the expelne and
hopes of the tate.
We endoe the principles of the demo
cratic arty and led ourselves to the
tak of maintaininc them by all honor
able and lawful meaures. It le a matter
of pride that our party has always cae
fully uarded the beries of the people by
the enactment of wine laws, and has so
enforced them as to preerve to all equal
and exact justice. xperieues hows and
history demomatrates that the outcoos of
the demoeratic arty will ensure a tore
careful and economicl expenditure of the
people n' money, a more wise selection of
ub serverant, and an administration
o nfrom the chares so often made that
monopolies and trusts receive more col
sideration under the laws than the rights
We go before the people with a record
for the wtie government and econtonical
admanisntration of the inances of the ter
rltory of Montana from the teginning of
which we ay be jutly proud. We main
tained the bling of ood ioernlueimnt
and by wise iad liberal law have secure
the settlement, development aud welfare
of the territory. We have guarded its
treasury against sclieme of plunder and
extravagant salaries and expenditures,
and at tue end of twenty-live year left it
not only free from debt but with a sur
plus of one hundred and forty thlousnd
dollarr in the treasury, which the reckless
and extravajant enactments of the tfirt
republican legilature will have well nigh
diejipted by the time of our admission as
a state. We pledge ourselves to the resti
tution of the practices of economy so new
essary in the government of a new and
v.Ks.udat the aleuatio that tehe
demoeraepurt favorss fee trade. Re
enue for the needs of the government
mut be raised be a tariy[ upon_ huart
but the duty soukl be so aduted that
very sotion na evr industry shall en
jaº equality under the law that trusts and
aes sehal be prevented. labor pro.
-s sand laLustries emOOsaraged. In
a on with all the Aw rican people we
demand such a revision of the tarff as
ll do awry with unneeesary tasati,
prsevet a dangerou and esoora lngw
, to reduce the nece. arIs of li.,
wh perordingperfect r ti to
American labor. I nany ef the
tariff we pledge the votes of our esnators
.ad represeetatlves to caefhully guad the
welfare Montana nand ecure the hih
est value to the prodcts of our blocks and
-rd o our - ou forests ad our
We favor the free and unlimited coin
of sliver as of gold, and we arraign
tarepublican party as the persistent en-*
em4, filver, w eh was deonetlsed
whle that part waas In fu poCeonm of
ever branch or theb governaenat.
W. ardIll ppr of the cooes of
thes Hon. . K. Tool who, a delegate
Ia ess from the trritory, treuadrl
sought to compel the enareme of the
e r law wherebye lead in comhlnation
with g ad d silver should pay the duty
tOM he rep ublica v oudi ei comttee
d dlaw, and w b ate t oa
ofrr thee te r which made i ef a un-e
ntal n thg t .n. vebee nha
arand of uthe anarble ecretay the
treasury a mpt decision touscn the
-M ..lth dlastritds on the Wet.
v Wol atilrrrhr n s refn itn·O Q tin
ford rIvnte o vcl i r i nat fdor theuls
ati.n tbre rmennt. Pervertoed
views of public duty on the part of the
federal executive have led to a lowering
of tone the entire civil service of the
country brom the hlb standard to which
it was elevated by t late democratic ad
ministration. oes have been bestowedm
.r* e"dsor party need,the publih
on e b adesubservent to per
The failure f the administration to en
force tbhe Chinee exclusiou act is not in
accordance with the platform on which
President Harrison was elected, but is
quite in keeLpin with his previously ex
presed opinion n his votes in the senate.
We believe it unwise on the part of the
government of the United States to at
te a y peulation out of the timber
in Montana selling the same to its con
suner. but believe that in the end more
can be realised out of it allowing the
eple to use the same without stint and
eeof charge and thu. facilitate the
growth and development of the country.
The reublean part of this territory,
th always in the minority. have ever
a to obaSn umcendaney b deprtiving
the people of a full and free eton. In
this nature were the test oaths proposed
iineportions of the people. Of suech
asturse rt law pessed at the
Led seeof t legislature. Albough
ostensibly famed to secure a fair else
_ ·-_tle ig ao constrived nto re
-U diosfran s lre numbee of our
citluens residits n remote and dif
eult of accese. aver the enactment
of esuch laws as will secure peare elections
and throw al poesible safeguards round
the ballot. In towns and _poplous dl
trietle istratlonis a cheek against the
rem frad, a but wei We l that the
nsamesne se to * have beheaed
to thenn *errver hra*- ihte ar of
The thanks of the neole of Montan
are due and are here tndered to the
onle. . Toole for his able and
A Oe loret In behalf tof thesenub.
list ,at.wberslb the people of Montana
balgtl rs about to eter oAn the
nlargede of Anmerican nlmhp
gweaantd to eltiesne of the several states
of the salon.
Imboneber. mis there are two Deaul.
fu uhsa Lwh ro eam~r ama 11th quasI
ties o d Co lir de , 3setvsn du u..
31., and auIrnelot; and the rst, a amid
dbsesdr whlln~ ro has movr ihum
h'. -4 an sumei whae
ewe who mnouat p..nfu1y on a msta
U.Sd.OU., is toisertoc w a restain Ii..
Vthagl divie at Lan. misty, but In
lmceei S- the
be~ anud mere .iv. Porti- thmeef
THE LOCAL MARKET.
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1r0 9 A. M.-From the Mouth. Kast and West
lAWves Butt at *:O A. M.. connects at HMlver
Row *:44 A. M. with the Utah & Northern
1 , A A. M.-From the North and ast- ILeve
larrison 0:1. IDeer ladte 10:3. Warm
Hprtngs ItI 2. 'onnects at Garrison with the
Norther Placrle from Helesn. Missoula and
the Bitter Root Railway.
Ss.*O P. .-From the Houth--lrect from
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hamm- at Stuart.
ol& P. M.-Pruo the NorU ast, Mouth anad
W t-IButte 73, Mlver 7ow T:44, Ureoo
a GarrlTon *.-, Deer ladge *:47. anrm
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Northern Pacific from Man Fran-iwo, Port
land, Taromat, emttle PhIllltlmburg. Miaoula,
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* A. I.-For Mouth and North-Arrivre at
Gregcon at a a., Kliver Bow 8:3,. Butte N:AO.
Warm lplna s*N, Deer loder 9:32, Elarrison
1000. Connects at Glarrison with Northern
Parcific for Helena, trunmaond, Mismsula,
Phillpsburg. and all point on the Bitter Root
10,i0o . M.-For the touth-Change car at
Mtuart for (Iregason :l2, Silver Bow 11:43 and
Butte I:j 1.
S ri P. M.-For North and Mouth-Arrive at
(reaoton 3:33. Siver Bow 3:47, Butte 4:0,
Warm Mprins 3:., DIeer IAodge 4:16 and lar
rson at 4:4r. M. 'onnects at (larrtion with
the Northern Pacrle East to Mt. Paul and
Eastern Mate, and West to Tacoma, rPrtlaod
and Man Franuiso.
siO1 P. --For the Mouth-Arrives at Gregana
at 6:32, Milver Bow 6:46, Butte at 7 00 P. M.
Connects at Mllver Bow with UTtah ft Northern
tor Ienver, Kansas City, Ormaha and the
astern State, and for the West to Portland
and Man Franciso.
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