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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1889.
Thetleraoe ratio party of Montana in^atate eourention aaaetnblod, on behalf of^the people of the territory return ttteir^grateful thanks to tut; inembeni of the^demoeratlr party in the pongim of the^United States for foniiulatiiiic and oarry^irnj to a anoooasfui conrluaion the mean-^ure wbloh admits Moutatia and three of^her nelchhoriiMT territoriea to the union of^states. We regret that in consequence of^the oppoaition of the republican |^arty in^1 unan mm it waa nereaaary to aucriflce the^right* of a aiater territory aoainat which^this oppoaitioti waa ostensibly directed,^although, in fart, it waa the entire meas^^ure, which waa inapired by the desire to^poatpotte tlie whole matter until the ad^^vent of the adiuiniatration of President^Harriaon, who waa himself tint principal^opponent ill the aenate of the bill to ad-^^uit Montana in tlie ^^ ar UMW.
Wedenounce the republican majority in^the lust legislature for refusing to ineiiior-^ialiae coiigreH* iu favor of, and the republi^^can |^reaa of tin- territory and delegate^elect to congress for their opposition to^and criticiam of the adiniHMion bill, which^deserved the hearty support of ull our citi-^aena. The course of thcae republicans^waa wanting ^^ patriotiMin, suliordiiiutcd^the interests of tlie people of Montana to^conaiderutioiia of part)' udvuuUigc, and^evinced a disposition to keep the spoils of^their recent victory at the expense and^hopea of tlie atate.
Weeiidorae the principles of the demo^^cratic party and pledge MMM to tin-^taak of maintaining tliein by all honor^^able ami lawful meaaurea. It ia a matter^of pride that our party liaa always care^^fully guurded tlie liberties of tlie people by^tlie enactment of wiae lawn, ami liaa so^enforced tliem as to preserve to all equal^and exact justice. Experience shows and^history demonstrates that the auoceaa of^the democratic party will ensure a more^careful and economical expenditure of the^people's money, a more wise selection of^public servant*, and an administration^free from the charges so often made that^monopolies and trusts receive more con^^sideration under the laws tlian the right*^of individuals. .
Wego before the people with a record^for the wiae government and economical^administrutiou of the finances of the ter^^ritory of Montana from the beginning of^which we may tie justly proud. \\ e main^^tained the blessings of good government,^and by wise and liberal laws liavc secured^the settlement, development ami welfare^of the territory. We have guarded it*^treasury against schemes of plunder und^extravagant salaries and expenditure's,^and at tlie end of twenty-five years left it^not t^nly free from debt, but with a sur^^plus of one hundred ami fort}- thousand^dollars in tlie treasury, which the reckless^and extravagant enactments of tlie first^republican legislature will have well nigh^diasiputcd by the time of our udmissioii us^a atate. We pledge ourselves to the resti^^tution of the practices of economy so uec-^esaary ill the government of u new ami^struggling common wealth.
Werepudiate the allegation that the^democratic party favor* free trade. Rev^^enue for the needs of the government^must he raised by a tariff U|h^ii imports,^but the duty should la- so adjusted that^every section utid every industry sliull en^^joy equality under the luw, that trusts and^monopolies shall lie prevented, lalior pro^^tected and industries encouraged. In^common with all the American people^ we^demand such a revision of the- tariff us^shall do away with unnecessary taxation,^prevent a dangerous und demoralizing^surplus, to reduce the necessaries of life,^while uffording perfect protection to^American labor. In any revisions of the^tariff we pledge the votes of our senators^and representatives to carefully guurd the^welfare of Montana and secure the high-^eat value to the products of our flocks and^herds, our farms, our forests and our^mines.
Wefavor the free and unlimited coin^^age of silver a* of gold, and we arraign^tlie republican party us the persistent en^^emy of silver, which wan demonetized^while that |^arty was iu full possession of^every branch of tlie government.
Wecordially approve of the course of^the Hon. J. K. Toole, who, as a delegate^in congress from tlie territory, strenuously^sought to compel tlie enforcement of tlie^existing luw, whereby leud in combination^with gold and silver should puy the duty^provided by law, and we deprecate the ac^^tion of the republican judiciary committee^of the senate which mode Ilia effort* un^^availing by reporting adversely upon a^resolution looking to tliat end. W ^^ de^^mand of tlie honorable secretary of the^treasury a prompt decision touching the^question, which involves the interests of^the lead-producing districts of the West.
Wearraign the republican party for tlie^violation of its pledges to tlie people iu^failing to curry out the spirit and princi^^ples of civil service reform in its adminis^^tration of the government. Perverted^views of public duty on the |^urt of the^federal executive have led to u lowering^of tone in the entire civil service of the^country from the high standard to which^it was elevated by tin- lute democratic ad^^ministration. Office* have been bestowed^for private ends or party needs, the public^good everywliere ma^le subservient to pur-^sonal or family demands.
Tliefuilure of the administration to en^^forces the Chinese exclusion act is not in^accordance with the platform am which^President Harrison was elected, but i*^quite iu keeping with his previously ex^^pressed opinion 111 hi* votes in tin^ senate.
Webelieve it unwise on the part of the^government of the United States to at^^tempt any speculation out of the timber^in Montana by selling the same to its con^^sumers, but believe that iu the end more^can lie realized out of it by allowing Un^^people to use the same without stint und^free of charge, und thus facilitate the^growth uml development of the country-
Therepublican |^urty of this territory,^though always iu the minority. Iiave ever^sought to obtain ascendancy by depriving^the people of u full and free election. Iu^this nature were the test oaths proposed^by republican leaders in early days to dis^^franchise portions of the people. (^f such^nature is tlie registry law passed ut the^last session of tlie legislature. Although^ostensibly framed to secure a fair elec^^tion, it ia ingeniously connived to prac^^tically disfranchise large numbers of our^citizens residing ill places remote and dif^^ficult of access. We favor tlie enactment^of such laws as will secure pure elections^and throw ull possible safeguards round^the ballot. In towns and populous dis^^trict* registration is a check against the^repeating fraud, but we submit that the^present law seems to have been framed^to throw every impediment in the way of^lawful electors.
Thethanks of the people of Montana^are due and are hereby tendered to tlie^Hon. Joseph K. Toole for hia able and^auccesaful effort* in behalf of tlie enab^^ling act, whereby the people of Montana^at this time are about to enter upon the^enlarged sphere of American citizenship^guaranteed1 to citizens of the several states^of the union.
Labourhere says there are two Boulan-^jrers^the ideal, who combines a lithe qual^i tie* of Our de Lion, Bert rand du tmcse^lin, and Launcelot: and the real, a mid^^dle-aged gentleman who liaa never distin^^guished himself in any manner whatso^^ever, who mounts painfully on a steady^roadster, is tolerateti in a certain lion-^hunting division of London society, but is^politely though studiously ignored by the^better and more exclusive portion thereof,
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Timothyseed - Per rwt, a*.^Potatoes California, -jr.^Cabbage^ Per rwt, as.^Kgga, per ease, as.aoitc.no.^Hotter, per *^, 3Mic.^k-.^Cheese, per *^, -JBftxtr.
Fruits Dried apples, per v^ packages. TSota^^1.00: ditto sliced, flM-B^ Isixes, 14c per K^;peaches.^Matt fjtke. Its-: apricots. 23c; evaporated ditto,^^Ate: hlacktterriea, liw-; raspberries, 3Bc.^California fruit*, as.ouftA.no per^:t-1^ Htandard tomatoes, S3.so,^^-^-^^ Standard corn, Kl.uo.^2-*^ Stnnilard is-as, 0.t.ftO; second*. 02.7V^2-tt^ string ami Lima beans, S-' T.v^lirieil llcaii* - Navy, au.U) per 100 B^; lima,^^7.^^; Hayoa, 00.2ft.
Wheat.No. 1, |ht 100 ^^, $2.^^.^Corn, cracked, |s*r lull *^, 01.7ft.^Ilran. i^er 1011 t^, Ol.SU; bran and shoru per 100
Flour-Per 100 ^^, Pill^t^ury'a ties*. Ot; ^^gcleii.^$3.ft0; Mtrogue ^Daisy,^ ^3(HI.^Corn meal, |mt loo t^. 02.AO.^41st meal, i^er 100 tb, Ot.fto.^Lard^ffle.
FreshMeats-Pork tBr; beef MMOc; lamb,^quarters. Tftct'M.oo; mutton 7(TMftr.
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HayPer ton 02ft.00.^Mtraw- Per ton 012.00.^Data^Per rwt. 02.0*.
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IOiAOA. M. For the Mouth-Chance cars at^Stuart for (iregson 11:2I, Silver How 11 .43 and^Hutte 12 Kit.
SilOP. M. -For North and Mouth - Arrives at^tirecKon 3:39, Silver How 3:47, Hutte 4.-00,^Warm Springs :i:.r^2, fleer I^xlge 4:16 and tiar^^rlson at 4 to P. M. Connect! at tiarrlson aith^the Northern Pacific Fast to St. Paul anil^Fast cm States, and West to Taroma, Portland^and San Francisco.^6:lo 1^. M. For the Mouth -Arrives at t'.regson^at 0:32, Silver How 6:46, Hutte at 7 :(io P. M.^Connects at Silver How with I'tah ^ Northern^for lleiiver, Kansas City, (Imalia and the^Kastern States, and for the West to Portland^and San Francisco.
WM.L. HOCE, President.
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FINEWINES. LIQUORS, CIGARS.
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ROMthe date of its first number the Standard will have^more readers than any other daily newspaper published in the^Northwest. It will have plenty of interesting matter every^day. It is good for office, shop or store, for mill or mine, for hotel, saloon^or rectory, for farm or fireside. It is a paper for the people.^Try it for a month. It will cost you one dollar.
TheAnaconda Standard gives particular attention to its advertising^department. It directs your attention to the skill and care and taste with^which its advertisements are arranged and displayed. No newspaper in^this part of the world can match it in this respect. Kach issue of this paper^will be a model of the printer's skill in the display of its advertisements.^The terms on which the Standard takes advertising are moderate and^every prosperous business man in this region can put himself in communi^^cation with the public at rates that will pay him handsome returns. If you^want live advertising send in your copy Of write feO the business office.
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TheStandard is an eight-page daily having; the full service of the As^^sociated Press ami a thoroughly organised special service which brings^news direct to its editorial rooms by special wires. It is a Democratic^paper. If you belong to that party you can read it with profit. If you are^a Republican you will Und in this new spaper a fair tighter and can have all^the opportunity you want to ^talk back.'* At all times and under all cir^^cumstances the Standard will be inspired by a determination to treat all^men and all issues in that spirit of fairness that distinguishes successful^journalism everywhere.
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