Newspaper Page Text
Sm __ p. S
ý. M.T. w T. /.
s s " t u is a $
" "w rl n " S sIs
s " a"
Awora and Departure o Malls.
MAIRA SPAUT IAILt Ffl
a"m poiints ?4intb. A
~I H~... . i AD
N r. M.
al atrl. A. M. Mursad
wlas lp es......... ....... · * . 4.
.ýi l-.~.~.i~i..i; l~b
MARIA AB3S1YR DAtI% p31)3
a rWt A... A
ýaM Ii~yr rrdF. ·····-···· . M A.(IDA
C~a!. 4. 1 ca P. M. Tuesdays. T1hur,
ml. ciay. ~mmg. bau , d .
IMU. rb a lautr Meiorsdrp~rtrr.
The daily rF' wd of the Ibermosueter in
to& city is reported by A. T. Player.
droilgst. First straet. The record for yes
bba was: 7 a. m., 41 derume; 12 m., 7?
A.,,s: ;4p.m..Gdeart'CG *. p. mu. 47
Smhe.oam to the Stasdard wiul be rrr
-r at e bm imem ooe.. or at the store o
( mbwW King. Main atre. Admtiaia'e
vetr ca be 1.srn ed the business oper,
mandard Bwudsgl, corner of lain and
Mini hb rudr
ABOUT THE CITY.
B. . M lahan has hen appointed to col
et all renat for poperty in this city
ows.d by W. D. Stuarr.
John Traesen was run over by the hose
cart lst n. He was taken to hism hnes
and i attenldance was muinmolutd.
At the meeting of denmorats to hr hekl
is this city neat Monday niLght an ad
dress will be delivered by Judge Lers M.
Rdul of Minnesota.
The ra.es & Connell Mercantile com
pany received yesterday several carloads
dof Pennsylvania bard coal, whicl will Ihe
mold at seasonable figures.
Robert Jones. chaMrged with asing alke
cent language and disturbingl the peutre,
was fined Si and $13.M) costs in nlick
court yesterday. He pail $14 and was
allowed to rtle foe the halan.sc.
The children of it. Mark's Sunday
shbool will give a festival servkic this
eveslan at 7.al o'clock. A special ad
dres will he given. Services of this
hurbeb are held in Okdd Fellows' hall.
The platform at the Mntana Unio de
pot caught fire last night fron a torch
ised la the processlon. An alarm was
ssmlaed, but the lamnes were mon em
tlgulshed, with no danage to the m.mo
AT THEIR WIND-UP.
gamien 3tpuMh s Fel 0. tmes.. up to neh
samenemase iesur e.
amel to .he ItteaMe.
Bvrts. Sept. 9B.-The republicans to
aLt head their Ahal blowoeat of the cam
paimn. Chtub fsan Walkerville Menker
ile anad other neighborhood plr Jolnod
the local clubs in a torchlight proeiesimon.
swelling the total number of nen in line
to eOactly t exclusive of mmnen
bter of bands. A maetina was
hld at Turner Hall. addressed
r Thomas ('artercandidate for mrnnes.
Mr. Carter rehearsed the same story that
has been amed in ever repubilean nme4ing
dirug the cumpaigs. The ball was Allrl
and te crowd waso natured. Great
effores had tIeen d by republkcan man
Sto secure a larger prnceulon than
tt othe demoaeram a week ago. In this
the taled, as the demnoratic per.eukioa
numbened mose than nalne baadred men,
thes being nearly one-thlrd larger tlnI
that bo to-niglt.
TOO COLD FOR COMFORT.
A Meettag In Nee-a WhLeh EIve. CI.L
Meandrs (oal Met Wars. Ugp.
Itpelal to the aitistatd.
Hsxn, A., r pt. '..- (ol. Siandern spoke
for two Lhour to-night In th-e ogMnll air to a
fairly good andiltnee.u His effort was
really granl. IHSt w.sN adMlr.aNl to thei
coldest gathering.ver attellck in, Heklna.
The air was filled with frost and ti, ell
tire crowd s.ee.ed e,,e.rw l witll a wet
blanket. After useing this neeting the
voter may he preparedl for any surprise
that may come up for the rrand old party
in Lewis and (larke oerunties. Alluskis to
Tools and Maginnis wen- frequently alp
uliead. Ch(irman Seligenan wound up
ieeting by announcing a grandl dkna
anstration in honor of Carter Monday
night. This annouce.ent fell Sfat on
Mart I uau Iapiles.a.
Mgmuel1 to Iba. Mlaaadmrd.
GaOuA FALLS, SepA. *l.-Ir e t h and
Couee tits afternmoon ana aekk'mt ic
cumred In the coal milk. Fir mumeim jlrtS in
a charge of explosive. On withlurawling
the tamplug needle. It stnchr a sulphur
bal in the coal, causing 1we rharge to .z
passl. Four uwam were inureuu. Alex
Anderson lout san eye. John Bimam amid
Michael Tuohly) wmere ueven.Iy lutmrt, ami
a Finlander was badly huminod. Thlis is
the lrst serious acklemat at ths" mines.
Tbh Montana Lumt.r & Producre con
pany are now r.celiving laurag co.liuit
aenste ofl Ihh stove and tnut. ('olor-k
satara.te lanld R~Rl- Springs caul ';~rk
t for famnily use, which tlhy are
eiMrpY .[tw to furnish to consuna.Cr at taot
prie in smuall lots or by the car
ton H.Cerald: Husband tat I:l) a. m.t
"Dla't asr a word! I knaow it's awful late,
SI' blad bard tug of it." WIfe:
"Yei, yns look as f you'd bad a hard tugf.'
now aat ayr eloorws did you tow in to
M.Eivm A Co. want maa hmnediatrlr
t do . d grading work at Anaconda.
Wa N.bm, *UJI, and ahao~ele..m stJ.G
w d1 d eariFire .lay
AlJeat:o "Whrt do voua call that?1"
M b-wt buMm~ "119' a trousrr
- Aummtn Lrr m.: ·' tucsaecm
est W4 don't pm tat tourt tcu.
.m . vs. dos't hate to
as a hargain. in bIssv- at Los.e &
Anaconda Turns Out in Crowds
to Greet the Favorites.
ALL THE CLUBS IN LINE
tinrs In Nut Theay's ltie
J.elaim tIn atlly.
W.wkegsemem Maudnalms to teme n.t -m
paseng Pvmeueteam Thum Town 8ver NMw
A--A S h Ia.. t She CangnlmE
Talken in .vS.w.
Anaconda was wholly given over to the*
teknumtse last aight. The ormccr, of the
local lnh madl nmagk arrange.mntl for tie.
grankdst rally of the campaIn., atid the
enatbuslmam of the oc.asion surpame.d any
thing ever witnessed during the years that
have rolled by since the foendla
tioSs for a city were lakl on
th tbanks iof Warm Springls crek.
Promptly at the apponttited time the
members of the Anacomla clubh nt the
large delegaton hbrought by special train
fronm (arell and a parade was fornmd
with four brase hands and liner hundred
anl twenty toreh-rersm in liumn. A tour
of thle principal streets II towna was numde.
Many of th. residenres were brilliantly il
Ihminated for the curas..n andl the march
was oew round of enthuiasmn. The king
procesmak filed in frumit of the Montana.
where a asene of aunusual brilliancy
was presented. Ladkesn waved their
salutation to the marching Ihot.
the illumination was brilliant.
and the scene was inspinrin heym.al
description. ('beer lapoa cheer greeted
Toole and Maginnis as the mnarc-hing
htbs filed 1ta front of the grand staml.
There was no liuit to theenthusiaslm aund
it was long before the assemtblkl ntmaew
coukl he brought to silence in preparation
for the f.rnll addresees of thle evenimag.
When ('hairman lDouglwrty intrhucedl l
Jomsph K. Tooke the cheers were allumost
keafemailsg. The uproar launted for several
amimasntes, amI.l Ion Inore fIattering trihute to
tit poipularity of a candidate could he ils
agrimed. Mr. Toolt aki in substance:
"Mr. Chlalirman ald fellow eitisens of
Alnacsnda. I am eonsipkmltey surpriml at
this great tlkuoniutrat.nti. I always
klew that Anacondla coukl he nelkcl upon
ial il a esergeencr to prsiucet a solid -*nu
ocriatie pilalinx, st suever Iuntil this even
iln was I aware that it could bring to the
frnllt meueh a pIaraessiee. a pImeurssio
which woukl he a pride and glory to any
city of three tines its population. I want
to thank you for Major Magilonisn land nur
self for this coruil detnoelstratlkol. It
will ever he to me an inspiaring ntenory.
This fellow citisecs, is the nut s hMemnCe
ble crn oigu in tbhe his toe ie
territ.ry Motanma. Tlhre are
thousuand of meel weddkl l to no
political rt to such a extent but
tt ms neit '1 .eday they will vote for the
party whkh, in their Judlment, will hest
p~ruote the lltrests o teN lew state. It
is the duety of every Amuerlianl citlen to
ally himself to that party which will do
rnst for the publie gol. Frsen
the origin of Monltan in 1n64 uutll Jan
utr'. t I$s, all the local affairl
of tils territory have tween in the hands of
the denoemrat party a perod of twenty
our yearn during whlch all theiractl have
heel stubje· t to the clest mcrutitr antd il
vestigation. If it has not stood the test of
an honest larty, it is your duty to cast
your lot with another political party. It
has favored no sunlptuary laws, but has
enlarged the lhberty of citilenahip an d
guaranteed the enforvemenlt of the
law. It is no experilrlental Ibn -
Intes putting the deknocratic
party in power. Not for one or two or
three years, hut for twenty-five co.secu
tive years it has nade a recsord that is un
Iltnpeachalhe. It lhas enforced the hws at
t le kast possible expense to the ieople.
It has guaranlteed to thern a llnisiinmunm of
taxatkio. After twenty-live yearn of con
trol this young and lasty erritory war led
hy the ldennewratie party roudly Ip1) to
statIehntl, with pnublk- ilutldials wh.hool
Iouses, court houses and icacti
tutkne of whichll it Justly is tpr.ud,
its credlit good. and with $140,ueU
asurplus in its treasury. A cleanglle casle
over tlhe Iolitich of this eoluslatry in 1.441. It
wasr a eIlrnt lltsexplmte(el sccll-ri*., allel to Ila)
olne inUorn tLan tihe rep.i) lcain lParty.
Flul.she witlh victory anld hII'ed with a de
sire to get its aundl, into the pubtlic t.eas
ury. thie reentalna.an party took control.
Let un seet what they dkl. The first thing
was to pass a law inreaosinag by 80
per enti. the fees and enmoalulen.nts
of the county ottleors. Tlheae
was oi public etlleald for this increase.
It haid Isever laeen urged bly tie. press or
people that theip Iy of these offtcers was
aleconenemllsuralt with the services pIreM
formled. Rut they itillcted usmecn you this
urdenll, for you are coenpelked to foot the
bill. But further, that ileislature did thls
thing utterly disregarding the laws
of the laced as well as ill k'
nfia.ne of popular sentimeltt. Coen
grsse had passed a law that th.
salary of eo officer shoulkl Ie
increased hduring time ten of his ofliee.
But thl reputblican legislatu.re d.eftated
thl law of thie laund ie order to carry out
its owne setlshl peurposes. Is such a party
fit to he charg.d with the alstalnisitratiotn
of affair. " O)ur people haJtI ietwe clamor
in loud aald loang for time tinme
whlen we might conea t.o full
le·dgedl stateho-td. They ihad Ibeel
curtailed ile their rights long eslmsughl.
Just as thlis timae drawns inear then repul)lli-.
e'au legislaturae enacts that infaminoun reg.
isntratratiou law, ac all t todilsfraclhlmte the
people on thei frontir. the micern asetl tlc.
mstokrain rs. Away tfrcnc the. cities
ancd towels alongl the railroad tlhe
IIt14I have bhetnI (eu"pslle.d to
travel froYnl 'l to 100 stciues to put their
names ona the rgilster. '1Th'y have tlee,
ut to all tlhin troubhI waild expeimn* by a
ri~tltu.e, which ilcnteald Uo culrtailing
ctluship should have dote, all that
would properlty elarge it. The r.ulshli
cxan have conetinually ased tast grossly
cisrsepresented the democratic party's
position ao this question. No democratic
caedldiate has alnnousmeed on any rostrunl
his opposition to the Australlana arsteu of
voting. I believe In the unrestrained and
untratmelled right of every man to east
his vote as he pleases. The denocratie
ar pledge itself to favor this h the leg
Islative aueambly and every.thisi tendingll
to protect theplrity of the ballot, andI the
assetions of the republicans to the
contrary are deliberate falsifica
tions. In two short moiths the
puiteans havhpnt the $i416,000 in the
treasury ad instead of Mos.tang going
into the'caon with mofney in its porkets
it will be, I an informed, four or five
thousand dollars in tkdebt. If the last
vele.. year was ao ne aI
mstalln ae, amek lna. told owa. eas
made it pousibla for me tan
. lek J am rd Ud d te-li **
th e " at wa shl g ns ,t a a·
des.n 6to the union. A onein m
at Hele.a to furth.r the pr Aect lt
time I was the terrh y's i deate ad I
took that bll to Ubwe sidet and
both houlses of Mermn. mt was
thea e snal deenratir. It w hoer
that way. At the smne tinme Wp
which had always heen p ian
witl two or ti.me excejaiea was
Sseeking admission. and its d 6el e Mr.
('harkes . Vartheer, was elected c that
pltform. kBenjamin Harrison was at the
ed of the senate eousnaittee on eties.
He toank the hill for the adlmission of Mo
tasll and shoved it into a pigeon-bole
there to sluimbher ln blissful oblivion. I
llmportisnedt the senators day after day,
msettling forth thei rsoaus amid develop
ascnt of Montana anmi the tpatriotdmf ut
her cities. heat all tumrned a deaf ear.
I went to Vfooria' anul asked him to
lntl..dude an n asundmncit to his Washing
ton il. kdentical iln every way with it, and
silply sisltitulhng Monalla'u for
S"Waahinanrs."'" aso that hand in ad
withoout dlt4lumhing the political phase
afairsll both territorleu might enter the
'nlm .together. Mr. Toole here read from
the Chbpriosal~M Rwend Mr. Harrison's
"'.n$ause twins" objection to tie bill and
Netmlator Battler' reply that Montana por
sessed all that was necessary to statehood
anld should ot be, harred bty uch a tec
nkality as Mr. Harrison raised. Re.
tmem-nir, continued Mr. Toole. that Har
risoi's onaly objer.tion was ao the g d. .
that two states shoald Inot he tted
ulnder tie aneuw. bill. Now whlau wcogre.s
net at tihe last mssigan a hill
canme up in tlhe m.late for the
admission of Mouth Dlakota. The demo
crate of the houne .-et is caucus. and it
was the mentineentt of the party that both
tie Daliotas, with Montana Washlington
andl New Mexico should he adumitted.
Thne re.lahlican orators can clamor as
mluch as they please against the demo
-rats votiul againet our adnhissloa. the
truths of litory rmeslin. New
Mexico was eliminated from that
bill by the re publi ans on the
absurd ground that ler ewople wee' doon
nasteld byMex.anes. We went to our
demnocratic friends anid ggedel them to
stand by us in spite of the injuastice that
was Ewing practiced towartds New Mexico,
aimd twelity-two or twenty-three dem.a
cratki cosageressuen didl cvrne to our ae.
cue, Mr. Carter says that I was able to
mnuster only these twenty-two or twenty
three votes, haut the reamons of the ehers
wee basedl on homest eoasikk.ratioues. Do
you know the history of New Mer.o.'
In lttti New Mexicko was a replublica te
r.itoy anid its delegate was Stephen B. El
klan.. The senate ialane a bill admitting
it to the Uniolo. Tle hill calme up is the
.house on a day when a two-thirds vote
was rquuirel, iland it was lmot. althonaih it
receiveud a majority of the votes. T re
pblicMans the.s supported New Mesro's
adulission. The territory ulelerwet a
kily drmo1ratic. Its poplatlon and 1sealth
hans beesn ln wasd its laws are
enforced, and it has all the Messential eof a
state. But now. after hirteems i te
repulicwasu say she if disaluasill ed
hecwnisag a state. Now wlhen we were
seeking so lard to gain admnission a
winter, what did our repullican friends
do? A men ortal petitkling congrew to
admit Montana was laid on the table bh
Montana's republican legislature by a
strkict party vote, every demuoerat voting
for it. What position was I i . at Wash
Twas met by coagrasmen, who sakE
that I had bee,, representing to them that
Monltana was utanlinwms for adnmission
and they wanted to know what thils frt.lm
of Montana's. la Iaslature to pass the anem
orial aswant. What oukld I say? About
this tism I mnet Thionºas H. (arter. He
saki he didn't ulaldrstall it, anld he
would write to Leae Mantel. Did
he do it ? He came hom.e and
in an intervkiw in the Helena Jourseal he
said the legi*lature had done. the proper
thing. Thli is the truth, aind I have the
pau.rs he to wprove it. 'The republkcans
were straining every aWrve in the hope of
rorbbing tihe demxcrancy of the prestige of
admitting Moitasna to the Union. Mjor
Maglelnits caie down to Wamshinsgt at
hin owni exIse.nIu, givin9r to all his spiendid
illulftw e andl pwe.tige. He was not
down at Wastalinrt. n as others
weref, covertly working againt ad
nission. There was nothiling cnvert on
his psLrt. Tita evietkkaces of his regard
dluring hi reskietlll in Montana as a
worthy alnd patriotie citisila for o year.s,
are. w.atterl.l all over thies dlonalit. He
was re*-Llcted for six consecal"tive
t"mus, and when hle easnal out bhi
erord wais as clea.s as wlhen he
went in. And after all these years
having retirld f.nom politics, he co1~nw
forth again isn re.wlmllms to the call of his
larty, like ('aiua 'oriolanul in thel white
ro.m of puarity, asking for your suifrages.
Thle enuocrati c porty is thle tun friel' of.
onel of Montana's e.at interests-the saee
and unlimited coinage of silver. The re
publicans hold forth nothing sht a hollow
and ani emnlty prelnuie. Up to I.M7 the
Jolit duties of sdiver and gold
ad never beesl assailed. The repub
licans Istruck dIown siiver by ipasski
a hill kdeumonetlilng it." Mr. 'roe here
gave all awerurate and enupr..lensive re
view of the silver legislatlol of lT7:Iadl.l7tt,
and o asitiling, usaid: "If thewe professed
frketIns of silver siuan what they say why
dcwes ant the rep.lMhlkan p.slrwkk.t ,f the
'llsited States anid the republican secre
tary of tie. treasury enflerce the- law?
They do Inot even coin silver up to two
uaillimns the unluitamaun anolatat estab
linlal 'by law. It, the month of
Augrust the coiiage was le*s.* tsamn one
mndlliona. Ye*t the relahldieaotns proNlalm
that Grover (levelated favordl th e do
ninetlatitiou, of silver. Hlat tie slmeio
crutic inajoerity of tie Hlsase of lrfelvLen
tatives gave hllir to uslllerstand tlhat he
dll iot refret tie. sentnllllents of tie. elema
ratkiil lurty. Bult have the republicans
the fIarirlmn to tell you that Ar
tlaur, and Garlild amd Hayes and
I;rant calkl for the suspenslkl of the
eoinage of silver. Mr. Tudle next dweLlt
upann tie. Iegisllation regranling tIhe illnporp
tatlon of lead ore fImrl Mexico, and bow
Edumusnds as the heed tof tbe senate judi
ciary eomnnitt ee, refused to overrktide the
Fairchild ruling. As long as Elkis aund
other republican holulera of Mexican
prty could have their nay Harrison
and 1 mIldonk will do nothing to alter
the preseat colndition of aflairs as
Regrds Mexian are. S.waki
of the republican grant of a strip of
tory 40 mlkes wide to the Northern
railroad, Mr. Toole shobwed how aetlers
had to pay 02.50 an acre to the railroad
company for it, tthe goverIn' ent receiving
lthietla W'as- that a friedly act to theU
StlHarrisoL's uesatisfactory Sattl
eo the (liinegse question was neat
gone over by the brilliant speaker. Har
riion was no noster inauguraeI d
than a eoalt.aruCl.rtei was put
one the Chine.seu r strlction act passed
th et ano as.
ed~ ns mt leased e m tety
air. tl alt. Mr. atc T wi sbai
"Tbhe patty having be -
pre atd to wall iar kea dayr past have
abandomed the dlconnsim .t the is.... .
the cm sand through their liek
spittles who lait this oeanty ln a
evil hor, have be. us im s dakiulg
savagu attaks uapon te and
meputations of iea whose lives and en
ergies ave been devoted to building up
ad developing this great eammry. In an
hour ol dattabos tshey pread beoure
the people th p wdopd a r ita b thit the
sathe entral e.ow ittee were propoolne
to asend out libelous matter aginst onme o
their candklats, and in les than twernty
four hours a retreat was ordered
anld they were forced to swallow
their own vomit. A new attack wa ore
dtered and tumprted orators are sent here
to appeal to race prejudices and cousid
eratous of creed have been nvoked.
The manhood of our mounta rin b has
asserted itself and the purchased orations
fall Slat an disUusted earn, and now the
acme of mean motives is reached and a
permonal attack i made unn sour re
spected sand pubhol.ea nted cittIyen who
lakl the foundation your city and all
the prosperity which surrounds you. He
is accursemd of Intimidating men In his em
ploy and with originating a scheme to
pevent repaublans from voting at the
cooning election. The republkman have
indicted Marous Daly before these people
in hibs owems hane. They have
sought to thor (lown the reputa
tion which years of Industry
and lntegrity have nmade. The trial
is on and youa are the jury. He has
nmafred up and down the hills with many
of you. He has kept his honor clean aend
his word is as good as his ubnd. Labor
had Its rewarr and fortune smiled upon
honest emneavor. He won his way to the
fmoTet and here behind me stands this
magnitcent ediflce, a monumenet to h
Sliberality and generosity, and here ar
me stretchAes out this beautiful city upon
the hosam of your valley that stands
Sready to testify to his aumnampled enter
price and public spirit, and within ight
are the burning lights of ndustry giv
emuployment to tlousands of men, ald all
these were conceived and carried to a
san eessfuP Iue under the manoagemoent
of the man now defamed and alused b
" the republctans of Montana. They
prepare the indictment and the trial is
set for Tuesday. What will the verdict
bhe'.? Men of Anaconda you are the jury
and ywou ar e the wittnesses. Will you join
handse with the Itical hyenas and jaik
ails whose mission l to destroy and di.
grace your friend anid citluen. or will you
Sreturn a verdict that shall vindicate him
Sbefore his counatrymens Your vote.
on Tuesday will indicate your verdit.
I am a believer I honest and
untrammelled election-bhefore me are
thousanuds of men, has Mr. Daly intinul
dated one of *ou ? If he has. say so, aund
I will make tee announcment from this
platforan. I I were elected, it would he
ay duty to see the laws enforced, and I
want it understood that I anm not a bidder
for a vote that is not free. umtranuneled
LoIms outburmst of applause prevailed for
several minutes, almost drowning the
music of the tand, which began to play
on the conclusion of Mr. Tool's nmiagnil
cent address. Major Maginnis was then
Introdued and the crowd cheered itself
hearse as be stood before them. Maor
Maginel's said In saubtance: "This vast
mas meeting. this sea of upturned
faces, lives me a virkid dea of the
strength of the voting populatiMon
of Anaconda. There are no people here
save your own people. Nobody has been
hired to comew here and carry torches. Be
side this _noour people, I am in
formed that the wa are still running
and that there are I0 -..ure amen who
could not be here with you. It looked to
nme as if the ifurnaees had been put out
and the tire, cut up into small
portions of flame to be carried by
you through these street. The democratic
party is united from chief to private. It
as nmarehing on the eneny in bright
marching order and is already on the
breastworks. We are led by our great
al, the founder of our work the
ounder, of your town, au the benefactor
of you all. The flood tide is turned in our
favor. I was never so mistaken in all
msY life if every little drift and stream of
this territory are not eoaning our way.
The detnocratie ship of state will rkle
Into the port of victory on the frst
Tuesday in October crowned. with gas
lands from her Jib-boom to her stern post.
Exteldinlg our hanlds to the II sister states
sand the three new sister., with joined
hands we will march forever ont the great
federal highway. up the path to progress
and psrsperitfY and glory. For that priv
ilk.t we are andekbted to the deamocratic
party. The nrecords are conclusive. True,
we Iae had to drop New Mexico, the re
puublkcans, regardless of her rights,
havinta voted to keep her out of the
union.' Major Magilnis pakl a most
eloquent tribute to autnet (.o the friend
of adnmissio. The speaker owed how
infalinous it was to keep out New Mexico
bsu hecause a p oof her le
talked Spanish, the sua.. oa to
pher Columbus, and were rlower of a
religion whie though embraced a
large porti o the people of the United
States, was characterlised by the
repmblican pentsm of New Mex
tro's adlml a "ssuperstltiou."
Surely Thuams H. Carter was the last
man to appeal to considerations of race
or religion. NSuch apel were apt to act
as a twordged word, the back stroke of
which will cut off the bead of him who
uses it. Carter asked the other night in
Anaeonda what the demoeratic party had
done for lrishnmen. It has done for Irish
men all that Irishmeno could wish it to
do, Just as It does for all citisens
whatever country they caane from. The
demoratki party laid the broad andl deep
foundations of this governmenlt. It is not
btased on any aristocracy, Iut the love and
dievotion anld trfectio n of the people are
the source oftall its prosperity in inoce
and all its power ad glory in war. Whmt
has the dk snocratk party done for Irish
Ilen 'I heo speaker sakid he was present
when Arthur was sworn assi by Chief Justice
Daly, and in the samne cen.pany was (ien.
Phil Shterilan, the chief of the army, the
son of another irishnman, who had hewn
their way to glory through the policy of the
democratic party. At the late rmnstitu
tiostal convention Senaton Reugan, of
Texas a democrat and a confederate, ad
Senator Stewat of Nevaad a re publican,
both spoke, and you codn't have told
which was the republican and which the
demoerat. Both said there was something
wrong in the law,sommwtting rotten in Den
mark, the poor go npoorer and the
rich growing . tboth fodncd
that It was because o e distineton
made under republican law in favor of
the rich aSgainst the mas.e. Both hoped
tht Montana woukld send men to Wash
lngton who would be for the people. The
republreas took o the tax on bondml e
manufraers, n teleryph and ralt.ead
eomnmanes ad on inco s thus bew
lag he rich, but in no wise enefttin the
-. , ha ai e JmM the
"No thei t eem't edsaete Pe,"
T T eed wn a eandidat fort
MstUmn Montana ardo that if r.
Carter was elected be euli his vote.
Reed was a Pronouneed and i eeaesyea
tohI bh it Carter were eleeted.
aor mannis defned his pstan on
the tarlr. It was largely a li.s e.
New England wanted a high tariff for
her manufactories C('onnectiut for
her hemps Pennsylvania for her
iron; Louisiana for her ugar; t hia for
her wool, and so on. As log as Montana
itribute to them it was no naore than
J th the should reciprocate and
said the s.aker. "a division of the bene
fts, or the spoils or the swa or what
You will. Whatever you call itI don't pro.
pose that Montana shall get left. We
want some of it fourour copper
and lead and wool. Reed wants o know
what I would do if a democrattic caucus
took opposite views to mine. No demo
etc Caucusu amumes to bind its mum
er,. A democratie r ntative is re
sponsible onl to tlsCd his consmeience
and his . When a proigo itdon war
adet decrease the ar.yI labored with
tbe repsetatives of (lifornia and
other demoeramtie states af the
west, and was thus instrumental in
the defeat of nay own democratic
associates. But the nomination of a
speaker is legitimate caucus action, and
if Mr. Reed were the nominee. Mr. ('arter
would he oblid to vote for him." Major
Magsinis ada good deal of fun out of
Colonel anders and his istory as a pol
iti.an in Montana. He also pitured out
Russell B. Harrison until the crowd grew
black in the face with laughter. In fact
the latter portion of Major Maginnis'
speech was a stemm of sparkling satire
which was enjoyed most bhueb.r He paid
a high tribute to Mr. Toote and the other
democnnratic candidates and denounced in
scathing terms the challenging of 400 of
Anaconda's voters. The cheernl aain
was of the wlkdest character as Mar .
ginnsl concluded in a msnterly peromration.
W. M. Thornton and John R. Toole
were called out by the crowd. and re
sponded its brief but eloquent adres s.
Drama L6Dwa. 6Sept. 2&.-The following
marriage Ikcener wew granted by Pm
bate Judge Emer.uo during the week enad
Ing to.da3 :
Nalpcgmb..r m-Jodhn IC. ('albume. YIjaer, to
tiabrifa ('lark. Pioeetr.
Mj .mWalwr vi -4 era Zagom, AnaMonda, to
An Imwlsrl, Anuwcnda.
Nc$hIrmwr T24-Elas Jawobuoa. Anuacnda, to
to Mary ICuin. Anawo dla.
Look at the D. J. Henneasy Mereantile
Co. ad. on eapets house turnishin. ete.
This bouse i movingr to the front with the
p Vgrs of oar city. (all and look them
over. They carry the latest stles in all
the goods they reprteent and ive courte
o-ns tretment to all.
D. J.Bennessy ercantile Co
Anaconda, Butte and Missoula.
CAPITIL. - - - $250.000
Are now showing
The Very Latest Patterns in Moquets, Velvets, Body
Brussels, Tapestry, Ingrains, etc., at prices
the Lowest in the City.
Our Carpe' Department, while not long in existence
has come to the front so rapidly that now we lead com
petition in styles, qualities and low prices. We have
Lace, Turcoman and Chenille in the Best Styles and
Lowest Prices. A full stock of
Linoleums, Oilcloths, Shades, Wall
Paper and House Furnishings.
SPECIAL FIGURES to parties furnishing houses.
Call and examine our stock. -
D. 7. HIENNESSY MERCAN7VL.E CO.
Corner Oak and First srets
Mail orders receive specal attention. Express paid on all goods.
*J. C. KEPPLER*
Vatchuak ad Jvrsdw
D I MM NCID S.
Watchs, Clocks, Jewelry. Op
tical Ocods, S lverwar, Etc.
BIELENBERG & GO
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Beef, Eltton andPork,
G R B. wTO.
VAIM DRALINO ZAoWASl. PRICPU
J. P. DUNN.
-DIALEI I N
Produce of all Kinds.
PIRST BT. ANACONDA, MONT.
GOOD oOOD. (.or .TKO sE TSINATUtiX
Eurnuhed nms. to let. Newly furnished
rooms to let ia that arw brlrk blrk, enrear of
irst and Cedar strrets. Anaondr . IEveKrtht
new ud r*-elaae. APply to Mrs. Fmay E.
Hrnderimn In the hbuAlking. __
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
POrrT.An, Or.. Kent. i, ta1.
I nave this day a laterMd. B. V. Mahbm -s
lawfu. ia t in the t'IEy ot Aamrenda, utahly
Ieer I Motana Territy. rolrt all
rents ai tl take full eumtrut of o~,nA.Mrty In
Me city. . 1. Am