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MIOE TELLS THE STORY
am &Aubn op"u a lmommall
no la a* 3.umm mIel*
nufms.. we U. uT.em a"
UJ*r .eom" "
Tho -fas and me" .omhu.ies e
hea amb erime d r eh s In sa was
tbat o Wedanadhy ighs, occasion
h.meitd deme~nse ncQ te -
ts me . Maginals and Toole.
The aper h s was pked full and
m reds were unable to ain admismlon.
n. . applampm smeted the Hon. Jo.
. ?Teoise when aIntrdued br chair
mma Callsn. In the eas of hs s remarks
Ms. Toos saaid:
In N t he people of ths ter.tory, who
we-nauwillhng longer to wait for attion
as the part of oagress, assambled them.
avls a see metadtional nvention lan obe
dismee ond to a legislative ast this r.,
hery amd formulated the ftusdaasnta
law 1at te stat f Moanama, and it was
seatmted for their approval or rejection
and a vets takoe, and bi an almet manm
Io ne ~ b was aproe.I gaver acp
at t o tHp.sst of bh Umltsd States
ardent friend at Montana , but of all the
t.rriteris n th snorthwest, Introduced a
simil.ar tl Into th sematoe. At that tina.
Montana was known s .o e a demnoemae
mietr, whisl bad be demoaie slate
MP, i b he h ear iSM, when I was
elected delegate b_ coamess, with one
single agedln , s was n
when Mr. Clegg was elected. Her feas
ass a le territory was not only
nfed ist tohis section of the country,
but had e amsod everywhere i hswe
ia she was knows and runder
o to ebtoe l.d mocrat. On the
ther had Was ington terto y, for
.a similrn hu rmt was io In m tod
birnches of eang had the rep.
tatimo of el. s a pblican territy.
And t s Dams ahout when thee MR for
the admiss- ofr Mosntana was liet..
dosed Iante thiso ssenate that ena
Harrison was a senator from IIa,
who was chairman of the committee on
tsu inm the senate and he took the
esree i os for the adamslan of Man.
hAle in his desk a otee p td t isto
remain ir bliesful obhvion until the
.rswnst 0of the seon of conagress.
Swas diesent with Washington teer
rito, which was known to he reputi
ens. H. toeak that in haot haste, and reo
ported St hack fm hi c e s to the
senate witah a favorable -c n dtioM s
alled and asked to ave placed
en the and went to Senator Voorhees
and told I was satis fed that thaey preo
posed t s.fle ma efforts Sn thatdre lo
mission of tese two territories. And so
be offeed my amendment, which was
Identical ia frm for the admission of
wrd "gWasigeos b cor ed the word
Moseta" was nserted, and this ou
red e thdan days prior to the act ion
on the a so that e had ampl tme to
see and understad ts provision and
when that ill wasalled aep Mr. Voarhees
arse sand maid: "I ffeor this amendment
to the bill for the admtssion of Washing
ton in order that these two territo
s mar come nlato the union." MSen
ator larlson arose and sai: "Is
ebjeet to the admission of Mon
tans." I hlave here the Cogesseinal
Record with his enaks in It, and in
eidsr thms you may : e the i Wmsny
s- whkih are being owled about this
ecmotry lb the repuWican orators I pro-p
pose is show you that It was by hnm
and his coiljutorsa that the people of this
terior have bee deanied the raht of cotn
stitateonalgoveresument. [Applause.) Now
s e came upthis anesdanent was
An tpril 1 l t the sessine of
congress. Mr. Harrison saik: "But it is
proposd Now to constitute two states and
anIna elas Siamese twins. To that
prposition I object." And then he pro
I, d hfurther In the discussion and used
11i; r. Ja ,there can he no oca
sin as I think for admitting two states in
oase bil. These owostls are distineLt.
I don't aknow a sfgIlcosaidertion that
is not anholutely distinct as ayplied to the
two state. The quetion opopulation
must be osidner for each aloneo The
question of the capacity to sustain an in
creasing population must he consdnkkred
for each alone. The question of anra is a
Now. fellow .tim.n., thenr, i. the re
ord, anl thank h~eaven, tie. (t'nel.eLIsuIal
Record tImwervr, the kitlltical pljro.dl
Ins as tlhey occur, aun( Iav, huv Ipulrd onl
ind.llibd recordE tht lim.itionl of the reppu)
lican senate to the admisnsian of Montana
into the union. Now, let us take a Itep,
further in tie conslkirationl of this
mIjiIXition anad siq wlher we
ld. Itemneutwr all the tilnl
that the oppw.itkl.n whkih i, Imnade to Moln
tana, and te onllly onatioull inde was
tla they were cpa to the iadni.ssioln
£o two states in one bill. This was o the as
sertiou which they made In ltail. Then
we go on until the asembhlln of the nest
angss, amnd the hill is introduced in the
house for the admis of Montana, and
a similar abill t introduced in the sen.ate.
At the ntroduced for
the ada.ssI.on of all these territories into
the union. The first thina the senate
does i. to send back the hill admitting
South Dakota. They passed it and sent it
over to tbe house of repa.sentatives, and
then the democratlc caucus Is callwl. and
at which every denocratic mlenther,
with the euaeption of two. and those
gentlemen were absent from the city.
met in caucus and declarrd not only for
the admission of Montana into the union,
but to fie of these territorkies added the
erritory of New Mexlco; and then re
portd that hack to the house sand it
Swedwithout a dissentin vote from the
asse side (applause It had put
hesai upon the record as te friend and
the pessive fnd o these people. It
Ibd-mM h Ito vote and Its voit! tht it
was ntt only in favor of the admission of
Mostaesa, but was in favor of wipsing from
Mef a t the United aes fri ad twse
at ose stroke and placing thes
L the ai upon an equal footing with
the . et stra.tes. That proposa
Za a thaamcs to the senate as an
- . the BSouth Dakota bill
and the seate took It up at once and
reubaedoa topeu in he ameadanent of
the hoe. The seat it back with that
es aof a eoummedatlon. The neat
ti that was to be done in parliasne
tam mage was to a lp.it a Iommistee ato
sw ý and es committeme was
assiasaat a lusisa. M. Voorhees and
ine. who h ois maater at
evr e I1* had
in sesesa and ouat of saon, in
astpens, i the *a te streets, sad
S woad s teum eM
tee.-s t IMe Ir -
man wo wea tdew billd
t. st l f tham e. . eht sla es e Uto n
theasho dayn of h oj thes Mevo.
tan - .n had the
hisr mattwer of adms mia. Itema i h
the Fate c the ahdd tJs Ieee i
s fleatdo."i J. i.thd:.':. " a uni
ths adtera of miss t atme the
a mnemoral to congress, maying mome
things stathat were puleamat - I wa
rad then tmoIl tor
ted walth and the reoure and t
hastrotsm. and all thpat was necesary to
admit da Into them non ad menoall
ongress o take up sand pass ore bill fo
radmssei of this trthr into te
bad nthe meantime mu esedmo to
the ascendancy in power In this territory,
sat down u that proposition said wave
S engs upon this u question the lie atmd
saidothe pep'ls we do not want to
they ever red for g that meamorial
was that It cortained In it somethin rom
l legllsative assembly was not organised
to euoengieuales upon me.
If watr ti ad y were
In earnest about question ato adm
yin you kanw and tha veriest yro in
a n r matters knows thatall t
to do was to strike out that part
of the memorial which refelred to me and
to pass lt. jApplacme. They ver di
It, wad the Ass ted -Pases sent out to
the world the mews that Montans did not
want to go into the union. Meenbers of
tbyare unanimous upon ts q ques
tios, and ow they are asilent on the pop
ositlnm. About thsat time adistngished
yen who is now te atof
the mden a.for repremntive
in eeasress, was In Wasohngtn. I ealled
lturse i this terriory hbad doese,
and asked him wlat they meent
by It. HIe said he did not
know, and did not understand
it, but said he proposed to write to Mr.
Lee Mantle, the speaker of the house, and
have it correcte d; and Inastead of having
it .Orreem e comes baek home and as
Interviewed by the J.earsd, inds that his
inently rper thing. Now, how stands
this proiosition T On the one band, we
find yur honored hegresentative eere,
Mar Maginnis, I Washison [Ap
plaumeJ. We End him there at the ex
pense of his own time and mone, skaiing
and upolding and supporting ad sustalin
Ing me in all the efforts which I was mak
ing for this matter, giving me the
beAefit of his long experience in
codngýess, Inaroending e to the friends
be had made in the twelve years during
which hri had beens there-ataidin ad a.
sisting me in every way in bringing about
this result. And now the gent lemn who
asks and t to e the beneficiary of
all this, Mr. Thoenas H. Carter, who was
covertly opposing the admission into thýe
union, in oUder tmt the reptmlcan p.rty
might have the prestige ad benefit of
having admitted us, was willing to prosti
tute the rights of the people of this terri
tory to keep ms out of the union for two
more s i it was necessary in order
that e sepublican party might have the
benefit of admitting us into the union.
eOur peopl took no such views of this
ENOLISH TABLE WAYS.
They Are Altegethes Wee rlatrky fer
Per.seem er Oemd moes.
Theodore Child writes in Harper's
Baoar: The Anglo-Saxon. are afrald to
ase their fingers to eat with, eseeclally the
English. Thanks to this hesitation, I have
seen in the course of my travels in the
old world many distresing aights. I have
seen a lady attempt to eat crawfish with a
knife and fork and abandon the attempt
in despair. I have also seen men in the
same fix. I have seen-oh, arlmarous
and cruel spectacle I--;Anglo-a oss,
otherwise apparently civilised, cut off the
poilnts of asparagus anlUd eat thloue points
ontly with a fork.tlus leaving the hbest part
of thle vegetable on tlwir plates. As for
artichokes. they generally uttterly delfeat
tinl attacks of tluse who trust onaly to the
knife asnd fork.
Filna'gers must be used for eating certain
things, notalaly asparaguss, arti(hokn.es
fruit, olives, radishes, )pasetry and even
smalll fried fish; in short, everything
which will not dirty or grease the finagers
mlnay Is e.ates. with . the fingers. For any
own part I prefer to eat lettuce salad
with nly fingers rather tlhan with a fork,
and Qusern Marie Antoinette and other
ladies of the eighteenth century were of
tay way of thinking. If the ladies could
only see how pretty is their gesture when
their diaphanous foreftinger and thumub
grasp a leaf of delicate green lettuce and
raise that leaf from the porcelain plate to
their rosy lips they wou.d all immediately
take to eating salad a la Marie Antoinette.
Only bear in mlind. good ladies, that if you
do wish to eat lettuce salad with your -in
gers you must mix your salad with oil and
vinegar. sand not with that abominable
ready made white "salad dressing," to
look upon which is nauseating.
May heaven peersrve us frmn excessive
Anlonmania in matters of table service
and eating. The English tend to compli
cate the eating tools far too much. They
have too many forks for comfort, and the
forms of them are too quaint or prnatical
utilit. Certainly silver dessert knives
and orks are very ood in their way, be
sides they are not susceptible to the a
tion of fruit aeids.but it Is vain and cluams
to attempt to mnake too exclusive ase of
the knife and fork in eating fruit. Don't
imitate, for instance, certain ultra-eorrc t
Englsh damsels who eat eherries with
a or and swallow the stones be
eause they are too modest, or rather too
asinine to . t them ot on t the plate.
Eating Is na thing to be ashamed of.
To th-orough ejo a peach you must
bie it and .eel per ed y esh
melt in your mouth. ut let the Anglo-.
maniacs say what they please, there is no
neeedst of tlcking fork into the peach,
ra dpeelinit wi so ialed, asa if t
were an I vored and foul object. A
esach is as beautiful to the touch as It is
to the ey peach held between butma
M.ers hasl beauty enhanced by tls
bsau_ . ths rh nuee=. However at
and ornate the shver do-e huie ad
fork many e, it a ways irritates me to ms
Speole ewup the orpea wes, or
pears, or aproets, or what sot, lat cubaes
= =SmU. Mle :W 5uge' ms
N~~wpiw11 av.. poowl or -S
=7vsmebh In haw In ouM I&.
If ~ .t--. mai.I be cmsta -
use plý it
isuch~~~~ a id ~~t'h
U~wb UO dl. auaeut.?1..t~b.
PONY HAS A BOOM.
Matsg pehmIs .op "" wb waa
miming property the violetiay mad e
Uently for an anglish epmieaM. Work
bas been begun in downright earnet.
Eit loage lquarts teane have, arrived,
wh*L wuil be wed to haul ea dthe
company's mines, about three above
the town. Contracts have been let for
4 A, o0 feet of lumber, and the ebla."e
to esqualae coentrator. mu .
es atbs a oncern e that bs lo
sms hundred ean will ee In a-nd
around the mimes. The rallad epan
is negotiating for the right of war tbrug
land. lying aidjaent toi Pmmy u ra
-of Norwegiaa gd ata s other
polat. hetweem the.r sad th mal line.
The district aiPotst aboaut twelve mlss
distant attracts coaldsierable atUteton at
pres beames of the rlche..s and es
int of is e bodaies and s.. eve sr
representing intendinl purehaaeus have
re-ently esamined the most prurgnaa tof
thee r reporti,,g very haea.,aly.
Plitl afairs are waxn war. Pony
will give a Democraetic miie alnd these
seems every reason to bel tht in do
ain so ·se will be right in line with the re
malnder of the county, and with the ter
rHay at large.
Presestleu for Aetesr.
From the Washlagloe Critc.
Thee m a demand among the theatrical
people for "protection for Amerslan ac
tors." How would an aLinteuvepting
mereen at the front of the stage do?
Omaha can symp-e n
From the M. Louis Republic.
The opening of the Expoaltito and the
equinoetlal stormn are a kind of combina
tion which the people of St. Loauis regard
as a "demnltion moist grind."
Far Pashissas Nakl.
From the Jewelers' Weekly.
Mr. well (reading to his wife) : "Dia
mands are rising and may be epected to
be higher than ever before." Mrs. 8well:
"Dear me, Algernon I guess I'M have to
have my garter buokles made lint a har
MeSew Mtems a WIse--s.
MILwAtruE, Sept. 2S.-Speescls from
northern and western parts of the state
report a brisk snow storm.
x THE% JUIICEN COURT OF ANACONDA
turyof Montana. lefute M. J. Flta ragrlk-, Jus
tke of the P ..e.
Versus Allas Mugmmoms
arlTs R arr11
The People of the Territory of MoteamL. to the
alnwe-ummed defendant, arl: ..,
You are here h mmoe to be a-m aep nr
before me, M. J. FItz Patrcrk. a Jusame r the
Pef.. In amd for the county of eer adge, m
wry nl, Aemewmia , o UeI 1 . the ah da
ot.(kcr. A. !). 1888 at to'o ae r. at.
day, or wfthim te dtay. therfterasr tmai
thee to make answerr tuhe oo o.J or t ak
Newkirk, the above-named , ina- evl
ataom to recover te sum of twenty (y!) dollars,
fw re s of room turn you at your speclel Lt
stanee ad runesr t 3 W from June seb,
1mm, to Au wuat th, hU smd In deaumlt thereof
athebovhe-named anedat for e maib n
of twenty (0) dollars and easts of mau Ia his be
ULve under my bead this abt day o eptem
ber. A. D. UMS. M. ~J. pITE se I ,
A. P. Banwx, Attorney for Platntf.
AmrNtcAx Guwa MxxININo Axt MLIGxo
Co. or AMancRWA (ULI w. MLVsaM
Netice is hereby give that at a mestiaU of the
trustees of said company held aon the S3 day a
Agus, taeae s amesmemae of two (2) ees aer
s-ae rwaslevie!d upon the srplital stock at dd
;artyae r , oo nK thrIore t s thik day €f
company at Ihe A. K Awh a, a a sa.
-m.a d as the Uth day of ltober .m
shall b Ue delliqueat and wllU be duly ad
vertsed for sale at public aesti and u.le
nyment shall be made befre will a oncm
the ath day of Iototer, II to pay the d~elUn
tquest ahcmment. together wit tLhe cts of ad
vertislng and expenses of sale.
L. A. KIN(,
ANA('ONDA. Ilker lAidge County. Mont.
NOTICE I)'OF ELECTION.
There will It- an election held in the city of
Anwraola i m Tlaurelay, the luth day of ctrtk er.
A. I. Ion1. at which thetre willN be submttd to
the-. imuallled 'hlctorw of saki city, the qlehmtion as
to whether the sum of q~0,ue1 of thLe Ionds of the
city of Anarondia shall be imsuld IuloIu the credit
of said city. to nan for the term of ten )marsn, am.d
-4to draw 7 per eielt. per analrum m it nters, for
lthe Iulruoe of cl cnlertinE sewers in said city.
T-.i v'.ctnplars in the evera-l wards will be
the same a by the county commai
sioners for the eneral eetion. to be held Tues
da. the Irai day ofr Iktoer, A. I). Isne
The Judges and erk of maid eleetio w be
the ome persons deslgnated by the ba of
county e. amissiomers to act as smuh at the gene
ral electiok to be held Tueday, the art day of
October A. I). Iamis w it i the city of AwoldL
By aoler of the City taundl ol the ef t o
AJ. ey Cd.rk.
J. 3. BoAarAx. City Clerk.
The Montana Central IRailway
will sell tickets to Columbus, O..
September It to 14 inclusive, at a
single fare ($68.5t ) for the round
trip on account of the Sovereign
Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. conven
Good returning until Septem
ber 30. For further particulars
apply to W. Pinkham. Grand Rep
resentative Sovereign Grond
Lodge. or M. C. ticket office.
A. ~VMN DOLL.
WRULALB AUD A sWAIL DIAIU IW
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
1eeedngeo Fremb run and Tabb ves.sdmln
GOOD WIIN , LIQ'ORS AND DOMJ
TIC AND IMPQRTED CIOARB.
Vi arr mwa. Axnaoa. OeaW.
New Vork RMlrehant Talfr.
1.000 - SKRI^JPLBS
or &be 1~e a"i a" pan"
Fresh Game, Ojsters and Fish,
Liquors. Cigfars. Candies. Nuts *nd
Fruits Butter. Frnh Eggs, and
COVMtTrn' * ~MODrcB
3Ml Firt Untm. A..a.,te Moa.
BLEGANT FURNISHED ROO00
THE HANDSOMEST IN ANACONDA
At le, . ital..,
tal t., Ner Drea. CRfA C 3 "TAllm.
arn Spring LiUer Stable.
Tibe riam" Turmoula rnw Ammam"a. New a
LANDAUS, BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
PINE NEW UKASr .
Our .ADDIr.HORE Sor ldi d. satd eaG
CHAS. W. IRENCH. Proprietor.
itra str.ee West at Mail, A..aeda, M.s.L
DRS. LIEBIO & CO.
Pwrmaenmy loested Ia
At Uoutheast Co.ser a MaN am readwy.
Private marames at a Iroedwry.
LIEBIG WORLD DISPENSARY
Medlcal and Surgical Institute.
_mU ca Mo._. fmaae . al
a i 1 ra U CIT ,M rams.
Dr. Useg & C. are lrua med.
Sche and Y.ad ma
rKtA.N to treat all (m . erv
ate disease o ( ther casd b IwMrudaee,
e alo a Dett , (umes
with lith be .
a elmass eured. AY medicres are es
pelmy a easr elah I ndvral ame, a
.: RNo injurious o paloamam compomads
No time usat fom bat lres, Pat-emys at a di
tame treate Id by letter an exp . Medlieta
eant everywhere free from gue orbr .
all other (Chrn.e diseases.
Write for Iusred papers on Ikformitles,
Club feet, (ourvature of thi o·(p., i l Tumor
(Caner, (ataLrrb, I.roar"ltl, lnha . lec
tricity.y M lagnetism, Paralyps, Epilep. lalney,
lfladder Eye., Ear, Skin and I.oxud, and all bur
ge.al Operati us.
lunrases of Women a Specialty. Separate par
lors for la1dy patitnts.
The only heli.abl Medical and surgical lunstl
tute monaktng a i~jpteialty of Private t)iseamss.
AllU blood diseases successfully treated. M)-ph
ltis Poism removed froms the system without
mercury. New Restorative Treatment for lAws
of Vital Power. Persons unable to visit us nmay
be treated at home by correstondenme. All roan.
munk-atklas woufdential. Medkilnes or Instru
meat mse* t by mall or express ecure ked.
tine personal Interview preferred. ('all and n
suit us, or send history turt case. a we will
mend In lain pae wrapper our ooFree eslalalnina
why thouansds catmot be curaed of rvaten
pecilal and Nervous )imeases. NemInal Week
mw m llpennstorrioee. I mputya yphi s. (lo.
Dr. okic.&- Co. are the oJ ued or r
-spons . ft, in Moass since the
new medied law.
ala-e hours from a to a to u p. m.; or by
otmnt in obscure and aurent cases.
(ONiULTATION ICr . tE.
bts ivigorator in Butte ty. aMoateana.
MONTANA LUMBER AND PRODUCE CO.,
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Windows and Mouldings.
ne4OL@smL@. DemL@mS IN sL.ovR.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hay, Grain, Feed, and Hard and Soft Coal.
Agents Continental Oil Company. We carry in Stock a Full Line of
BAIN & MITCHELL WAcONS,
troa QUARTZ GoARS to light SPRING WAGONS. Also CLAR[ PERRY, STUDEBAIEB and
STXNDXIRD BUGGIES XND CXRRIRXGS.
and a tall us o ROAD CAoRTS of ba oaks.
ard.en Cat, c an dOn Caivsea Plows.
, ol nue d Ptee' and Moeb Bos.' Cona.rd Hmr
Smith, Woerhimuea " Co.'s C e.muand Track Harness.
a-ddDuee, w . uster ad ~swyen a peulmhm *o tIs us.
w-CmU sad book L..hh oar beaek. It is a.UWM is au the *dliset uimes., and we dee.ý ausa.I
DON'T MIS IT
It's a matter of interest to every
an, Woman and hild in the County
: SAVE: MONEY!:
And by not spending a DOLLAR until you
have examined our IMMENSE STOCK of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots,
Shoes and Furnishing Goods.
YOU CAN DO IT.
Here goes $2 for I$ in a sample lot of Men's Un
Again we offer you a 5oc Ladies' Heavy-Knit Jer
sey Under-Vest for 25c. Our lines of
Plshes Silks, Armures, Chaleres and Flmnses
Are marked WAY DOWN. Our Ladies', Misses and
Children's Cloaks are immense. 'Tis a fact we will
save you money on anything you may buy of us. Call
LOSEE & MAXWELL.
One door South of Postoffice, Anaconda.
C. M. SAWYER. CHAS. HOUCK. C. D. BAKER.
SAIkLYER. HOUCK & CO.
Wagons, Carriages, Buggies, Road Carts, Har
ness, Robes, Whips, Etc.
AMl. whbmrbe eammlmkum lelo Im
BUTTER, FLOUR, EGGS, CHEESE, FRUIT, &c.
Tbrto.'. aBocke First Street. Between Cherry and Ced...
ANACONDA, - - - - - MONTANA.
CHARLES T. Wl. CRESS.
[Gadu~te la Pbmrmay]
Dealer in Pure Drugs, Medicines,
Chemicals, Paints and Oils,
Widow Glass, Fancy and Tolet Articles, Stationary, Cigars and Tobacco. P
acriptions accurately compounded day and night.
First Street, - - Anaconda, Montaina.
D. B. BIRR.N,
FmSLT STRIET, - - - - - A- ACONDA, MONTANi
Carriage Builder, Blacksmith and Wagon Shop.
A cs e a pe wor ati cbc arw earras ad wruwodwr o d i
DhLrn ·pqecl pIyeaStteooI l lo ad wl l AU vkis.a In ery r bePý momr.w
resetw his poruosl farpervrIIa