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THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1889.
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Butte,Sept. 2^. ^ The cloning days^^f the campaign find the democratic^party in this city active, confi^^dent and wide-awake. The republi^^cans are no lea* active, and express them-^aslvea aa no lens confident; hut it i^ ob-^aervahle that their confidence is mainly^expressed in regard to Carter, while the^^lection of Toole ia practically conceded^hero. Kepuldicaiia are straining every^a nervy *^ carry Silver Boa- county, for, aa^they aay: ^Aa Silver Bow county goes, ao^goes N^^ territory.
There ia no disguising the fact^that the J^eiiiocrutic ticket lias^been greatly strengthened by the^admirable selection of camliilatcs for tin-^county ticket. In ' evi-ry case the iioiiii-^ueea have added an elcineiit of strength^to the ticket aa u whole, making the^whole what ia acknowledged to be the^stroiigcHt political ticket ever offered the^votera of Silver Bow county. The candi^^date for atute aenator, Mr. I). J. Hctmcaay,^ia widely known aa one of the moat eliter-^priaing and successful buaiucaa men, not^only in Butte but in the atute of Montana.^The liat of candidates for repreaentativea^ill the legislature ia particularly excellent.^J. \V. (-illigu.il ia one of the moat pootilar^and able young men in the county; Henry^L. Frank ia known to everyone,^and has wide cx|M^ricuce in a^city affairs, having been twice mayor of^Butte. He will know well what this^county wants. \V. J. Penrose ia the able^editor of the Mining Journal, and will lie^elected by a rousing majority, for all the^laboring |^co|^lo are for him. Hia course^in the treatment of all lalior questions has^been fair, honest and consistent. John^O'Mara ia one of the beat known and^moat popular Irish-Americans ill Butte, a^resident of this camp for over nine years^and a member of the Miners' union, the^Young Men's institute and the Kniuiet^guards. T. F. Courtney is engaged in the^mercantile business in Upper Alain street,^being a member of the firm of Kelly^^ Courtney. He ia ia u strong friend^of the workingnien. Leo|iold F. Schmidt^ia one of the oldeat citizens of ButU'^having come here early in the '70s, and ia^one of the largest owners in the Cetitcii-^nial brewery. A. M. Diisseault, A. M.^Day, Joseph Hoguti and Joseph K. Clark,^the other candidates for repreaentativea,^are no less fitted for the places, and their^caiivuss has tiecil successful.
J.J. Mcliattoii, the candidate for dis^^trict judge, will dignify the place, for he ia^a man whose pit-eminent tjuulity ia u de^^sire to see strict justice for everyone,^Eugene L^. Sullivan has already held the^utilec of sheriff and his record ia known^to everyone. Crcorgc H. Casey will have a^rousing majority for county treasurer. He^ia coiiccHled to be the mull for the place,^on account of his success in conducting^hia own business. Charles F. Booth's^majority should, and it ia believed^will be a rousing one. He has^shown himself to lie eminently the man^for the place uud has been uniformly ao^obliging, at the same time that he has^been accurate and reliable in the duties^of the clerk and recorder's office, that the^beat people of the courts are -agreed that^there should be no change. He was one^of the two men on the democratic ticket^who waa elected last fall.
HarryHynea, the candidate for^or, is the choice of the workingnien, and
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Burrs,Sept. ^.^Beta on an election^are ^-^y considered aa an indication of^the result. Thus far in the present elec^^tion but comparatively few beta of any im^^portance have been made by the sporting^fraternity of Butte. A reporter of the^Standard to-day obtained a partial list^of beta that bare been made or offered in^this city. It would appear as if but few^republicans care to back their candidates^as a body, if they bet at all. They single^out some particular candidate and back^him against his opponent without refer^^ence to the balance of the ticket. Joseph^K. Toole is a great favorite and no lieta^can be obtained against him unless enorm^^ous odds are given, or lie is backed^in conjunction with some other democrat^who ia considered a much weaker candi^^date. Magi'ml* ia also a favorite, and^score* of moneyed men here are looking^for a chance to put up money upon his^election. There are few takers, however,^as Mr. Carter is not regarded as being as^strong a candidate now aa he was even^two weeks ago.
Butlittle is heard of the balance of tin-^state ticket, though the friends of Toole^and Magiiinis ure, of course, willing to^wuger that the democruta will win all^down the line.
Afew small bets have been made upon^the result of the county ticket, the demo^^crats in most cases giving odds. In the^arly part of the week u few wagers wen-^laid that the democrat* would elect a ma^^jority of the county ticket in Silver Bow.^iut during the last few days even by t^f-^fering big odd* the democrat* are unable^to secure any more such bargains. Al^^most every person one meets now con^cede* a victory for the democracy in Sil^^ver Bow county. Many bet* art- offered^that ill addition to carrying Silver Bow^for the county offices the democrats will^also obtain a good majority in this county^for the state officers.
Infact if the betting ha* been light thus^far in this campaign it is Is-eause the^democrats are unable to obtain takers.
AStahdarii re|k^rter yesterday heard^Mr. J. W. Barker of Anaconda, a staunch^republican, offer to bet that Butte would^* republican and that Carter would l^cut^Mr. W. J. Penrose imiiicdi-
thecandidate of all good citizens. John^T. Baldwin, for county attorney, is known^to be able, diligent and just the man for^the place. Will L. ( lark, for clerk of the^district court, has lived in Montana since^four years old, and is a young man well^known and highly thought of in Butte,^and his election ia generally desired.
MiaaCarrie 1'ox is the wise choice of the^democracy for candidate for superin^^tendent of schools; Dr. ti. W. Beal ia the^fortunate choice for coroner; J. H.^Hartier for surveyor; J. \V. Murphy for^public administrator ; John Capbce, John^H. Mcijuoeiiey and Charles H. Palmer^for county commissioners; John Eddy^and C. E. Irvine tor justices of Silver^Bow; John Walsh and Elius Lytic for^constables; J. H. Mitchell and M. Arnold^forjuatice* of Walkerville; William Me-^Kcuuou and John Toole for constables of^Walkerville.
Withthe above county ticket to^strengthen the atute and congressional^candidates, it ia not surprising that the^republicans are well nigh des|^erate and^are resorting to des|^erute menus^of influencing voter*. To-day the^Italian tiuarter of Butte was flooded^with dodgers calling upon the^Italian voter* of Butte to stand by the re^^publican party candidates; that the party^la uud has always MM their friend, and^their principles ure just such as the Ital^^ians approve of. Another reported plan^of the republicans is to have siiealtcrs^Sheridan and McGinley ride through the^streets on election day and deliver speeches^at every polling place.
Thecampaign on the democratic side^will close with a crowning demonstration^to-night, when Martin Magiiinis ami^Joseph K. Toole will be the* speakers.^The Silver Bow Tammany Club will draw^the candidates through the streets in a^carriage from the MelK-rmott house to^the opera house, where the meeting^will be held. There will also be a^grand torchlight procession. All demo^^cratic clubs and democrats generally are^requested to meet at 7 o'clock ill the even^^ing in the yard of the central school. The^pit s ession will move at 7 o'clock. It is^the intention to make it the grandest^torchlight procession ever seen in Mon^^tana. A merchants' club has been formed^composed of 17U of the best business men^of Butte. They will turn out in force with^trans|^ureiicics. flag*, etc.
Hon.Lars W. Kami, the Scandinavian^speaker from Minneapolis, said to-day^that he fcured there would Itc trouble aris^^ing from the Australian system of voting.^He thought trouble would lie caused^through ignorance of the correct method^of preparing the ballot. He also thought^it doubtful if all voters could !*^ got in.^He said from experience in Minnesota not^more than :*W men can he voted in a day.^There are to lie, however, 12 Itooths at^each polling place in Butte, while there^were only eight in Miuiieu|s^lis.
Votefur the eittmtitutlnn hy ^v^ui*iH^j^^mt ^Ai/aiuxt the i^mistittiti^m.
K.C. Whitney and John Thompson^have given notice of locution of the Ade^^laide I sle mining claim in the Summit^Valley district.
TheWest Granite has passed the $1^mark and is in demand at $1.11).
Thereason of the advance of the Cleve^^land and Anchor ia a telegram that the^main vein shows five feet high grade ore^with streaks of rich ore through ttie rest^of the lodge.
atelytook up Mr. Barker's challenge and^offered him an even thing on both jbjbs^sitiolis us high as f*J0O, but Mr. Barker^flunked. He wouldn't bet on Carter if^given heavy odd*, uud he even refused to^bet on Butte, that he first asserted would
Kirepublican by several hundred. Sol.^^vy of tin- Sidcltourd saloon has bet fcVJO^with H. A. Henderson. Sol. wagers that^the democrats will elect more men on the^Silver Bow county ticket than will the re^^publicans. The bet was even up anil Sol.^thinks lie lias a cinch.
W.J. Penrose bet $10O even with L. H.^Hersclifleld of Helena that Magiiinis^would have a majority in Deer Lodge ami^Silver Bow counties.
Dennisl)ri*co!l bet $2S0 with variou* re^^publican* in Walkerville that Eugene^Sullivan will lie elected shcritT.
JohnO'Hearne bet $25^ against *500 of^Mike O'Farrell'* money that Lloyd would^be elected. A prominent democrat put^up t'JH) even with Win. Gulliek that Ma^^giiinis will win. The same man also bet^FJO with Win. Gulliek that Jos. K. Toole^will be first governor of the state of Mon^^tana. A prominent democrat of Helena^lias wagered $M0O against a republican^syndicate's $300 that .Magiiinis will defeat^Carter.
LurryManning ha* hacked Eugene Sul^^livan for sheriff for *10u. Pat Con Ion^took the bet.
JoeLuChupellc, barber, bet 97.M to $5^that Magiiinis will be elected.
KodLeggatt offer* to 1s t *2SO that the^majority of the democratic candidates on^the Silver Bow county ticket will be^elected.
Theproprietor of the barber shop on^the corner of Park and Wyoming streets^lias backed Toole and Magiiinis for *0O,^Joel Whatley, a staunch republican,^wagered 9M even on Magiiinis and an^^other *J0 on Toole. Perrin Irvin covered^one twenty and Hathuway the other^Joel bet on the democratic candidates not^because lie will vote that way, but !*-^eause he thinks it the safest side to ls-t^on.
Itia said that a number of Walkerville^republicans have put up a lot of money^on John E. Lloyd for sheriff
S'ank,^a well-known nitin in this^place, has frequently offered to-day to put^up $100 even on Magiiinis, but cun find nt^taker.
JudgeHerbert, of Walkerville, told^St a Nil a Kl) reisnrter thut he had lict woo^on Carter with Mr. Harrington, of Walker^^ville. The judge says he bus flfjU more^which he will put up on John Lloyd for^sheriff, or Carter for congressman.
JamesH. Lynch has wugored $1,000 even^up ur ''ist n like amount put up by a^tailor ii* ^ ned McConville. Lynch l^et*^that Tom Is ticuts Power.
Ademocrat bet u republican $:^ to $30^that said republican couldn't pick out six^winners on tin* whole republican ticket.^The money was put up. l'he rcpublicuii^sat down to pick out his six men. He^studied three-quarters of an hour ami then^bogged off and was allowed to draw hi*^bet.
Twoclerk* in the Bonner Mercantile^Co.'s store bet $25 a side on which iiarty^should elect the most of its candidates,^from the governor to county commis^^sioners.
JohnH. Curti*. of Curtis * Major, was^coming in on the truiu from lUt-r Lodge^Friday when a gentleman of the re^^publican pcrHiia*iou was loudly offering^to buck the rcpublicuii state ticket for any^reasonable amount. Mr. Curtis took the^matter up ami offered to l^ot $l,OUO to $500^thut the democratic candidate for gov^ernor would win. The republican would^not bet.
Inthe California Brewery saloon^bets can he obtained on the majority of^the whole democratic ticket nt ^*lds t^f^$100 to $7r^. About the same ^xlils art'^being offcred ill rarioim ntlii'r saloons ami^gambling places in favor of tin- democ^^racy. It is likely thut iM-ttillg will Is- ill on^lively from now till the tiny of ol^^ctioii^than it has been thus fur in the cani|^uigu
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