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LATE NEWS FRMKBUU
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2%o Imm Com -e -w Comnimso
wopdin UshwumadIf aerob
biMe the UmdMW.
s.., 1eka. 06 --Tmh esNtn gMs
of the .mpalin lad the demmsemle
prta in h eit aeove, *nS.
e emm wM.*wahs. The ,epa, -
SmeLs - m +s 1 amm espms thrn. m
selves a ma eam owslai t bht K is ab.
servamlt that their nfiene ds lumsam
espueasad li regard to Caiter, whit. h
.ltes ds Too.l. i p wet eal nded
haew. Repstl e are strainng every
eatw to 0r.s Silver Bow eeusnty, for, as
th r msr "As Silver Bew uaty goes, so
ge~ the territory"
Thab. . a a. dl ls.ts m t. e that
.Quay ticket. In' every care an
ms have added an elembent of
a the tik e as a whole, making
whole what is acknowledged to be the
i st plitical ticket ever oedred the
voters of ilver Bow counpt. The emdil
date for state eaator, Mr. D. . Henmemay,
is widely known as one of the meet enstr.
Ci tel Leam is partk alarl emeetl et.
I. W. 4luas oane of the met Popular
nd able men in sthe countyi Henry
I.. Fran L known to everyone,
and has wkte experience in a
aus. r e will know rell wha t ti
mantut wants. W. J. Penrose is the able
dstlr ol the iiar E ,ara, and wdll be
tleetedl h a rsomings no . all the
laboritg people ar for ri His easa
in the weastent of all labor qu ln
bee fair. bear Ad oosn lent. John
O'Mara s oae of the beMt known and
mIss popular IraIh-Americae In butte, a
eekiesat f this eamp for over nine Years
and a amemer of the Miners' union, the
Y Men's institute and the Emmes
.,rd T. . Ouartsne eas d in tbhe
meroandtle businem s i Upper aistreet
he •p a member of the inrm of Kell
o aate. . He I. Is a stn f.rrlend
is aone of the oldesst of Bate,
having c- here early In the el and is
one of the largest owners ina thee 'ten
nall Aa. ,. M. Dulamesul A. M.
Day, Joeph o aend Jomeph &. Clark,
the other oadidate for repreentativee,
are no lMe tted for the plebes, and their
calnvam ha. been mo-ul.
J. . M atto. the candidate for dies
tr ie udue, wll dignl y the place, for be is
a mansai anet quality is a de
sels to e stret I-ti fo eeryone.
3Lme D. Sullivan l already hel the
o e of sheriff and his record Is known
to everyone. George H. Casey wall have a
rousin mJorior county treasurer. He
Is onedd to be the . an for the place
n account of his lu in .oaduin
his own business. CharlesFP. Boosth
y "should, sad is believed
e a rousia one. He has
shaown himaself to be minent the nn
for th pleud has bees uniforly so
obliging at the mame time that he has
been accurate and reliable in the duties
f the clerk and recorder's o.ese. that the
best people of the courts are agreed that
the.e should he no a . He was one
a tbshe two men on the d tie ticket
who was elected last fall.
a lm the candidate for -asess
or, istea of the workiagnmea, and
ten e .udidate of all goo iti.sm. John
T. WDw for acou atrney, is known
tobse able., t addasttbshe man for
she pleas. L Clar. or r lerk ot the
ditrit court, has lived in Montana sines
oar year id, and is ao youngman well
knows and hil tought ain Bute,
and his election i generally desired.
Miss Carrie Cos is the wise hoice of the
fortunate choice for coroner; J. H.
a efor surveyor; J. W. Murphy for
bladnlnistrator; John Capiee, Johnb
. MeQueusney and Charles H. Palmer
for ot cosnlbsasioners John Eddy
aged C. > Irvine for st obSliver
Bow; John Walsh an Elas Lytle for
conastables; J. H. Mithell and M. Arnold
for astices of Walkervills a William M
Lannan and John Toole for constables of
With the above county tiket to
,er tbsn the state and u..
it is not surisn thalrt the
sepubsans are wel nli despernate and
are remortin to desperate aeans
of influencing voters. Toa the
Italian ausr~er of Butte was oode
with od mcalling upon the
Itqlian voters of Butte to stand by the re
publican party candidates; that the party
Is and has always been their friend; and
their prinelples are just such as the Ital
lana approve of. nother reported an
of the republicans is to have paers
Sheridan and MoGinley ride through the
seteets on election day and deliver speeches
at every polling place.
The campaign on the deenowrati side
will close with a crowning demonstration
n when Martin Maginnis and
To. will be the speakers.
The Silver Bow Tammany Club will draw
the candidates through the streets in a
carriage s hom the cDeranott house to
ge rýrhouste where the meeti ng
wll hesld. There will also bs a
grand torchlight procession. All denmo
eratic clubs and democrate meerally are
requested to meet at 7 o'lock in the even
ing in the yard of the central shool. The
proeson will move at 7:Woo'lok. It is
ths Intention to make It the grandest
torchli.ht procession ever seen in Mon
tena. A merthates' club has been formed,
composed of 170 of the best business men
of Butte. They wll turn out in force with
transparencies a etc.
lion. Lars W.and. the Scandinavian
peake from Minneapolis iead today
thatefeared there would be trouble ari.
ing has the Australian system of voting.
He h trouble would be caused
through urane of the correct msethod
of the ballot. He also thought
It idoubtful If all voters could he got n.
He said fromn experience in Minnesota not
maere than E0) men can he voted in a day.
There are to be, however, 12 booths at
each polling lae In Butte, while there
were only eight in Minneapolis.
Vote for the eonutttsteon by erowing
out "Agauast the ConutftutLou."
saeus astia NMe I.
R. C. Whitney and John Thompson
have givea notice of location of the Ado
lak. lbde mining claim in tbhe 8umait
The West Granite has pasd the $1
mark and is la demand at 0..
The reason of the advance eo the Cleve.
land and Anehor is a eeramthat the
mail vein shows Ave test ih rd ore
withb steaks of rich ore the rest
Look a th. bargains in underwear at
ACKING Taute OPINONM.
Urn Wbeov -iaf " -a on am 3msla
the yemefUM rl by «Un T-e n oh.
Uahto ..inpmvedb go vas
2"ave ftrn as an the -
to of Efel. ef the in of ti
SwNDAMS~ lo'da obtain"d a partial IMe
of befo toat have hes maad. or anored Is
thIs eki. Is would appeam as If btow
wpoh m t comist book thoir seartmndt
Z o ly. MIt to be at alL Tbw oingld
out - pafdiealar egndidabt and booka
bios again"t h oppt -up without uagos
eo lotu bTele. aof tho tikerL Joseph,
K. Tool. Is a geat favorhe ad no bete,
ean be obtained against him malmeeorn
o- adds ami given, or be in backed
in ooajunetiarn with subs, other dembocrat
who Is conlidered a snueb weaker caiuil
date. bbagimulis t alma a favorite. and
oorese of numbered men bere are looking
for a chuance to put up amoney upon his
electlon. There are few takeu., howerver.
as Mr. Ca~te is not regarded as being as
=stn a candidate now as be was even
uw wes mAAO.
But Uttle iru Beal o the bau lac of the
t tke though the friends of Toots
and Mainlares of e onres, hUg to
waer h the smoots will win all
down the line.
A few small bets have been made upon
the reult of the eou t tcke, the demo
ernts i mot ease gving odds. In the
early 1art of the weeksa ew wagers were
lad that the democrats would etaest a ma
d heount ticket in ilver Bow.
dngthe last few day eve bq of
fSsing big a.k the demnamets s unable
to meoan any more such bargains Al
maost every persan aone mets now con
esd a victory for thebs demoracyr in 81
ver ow countr. Many bets arse offered
that in addition to carrying Silver Bow
for the county ol.cea the democrats will
also obtain aood maJorty in this count
ar the stae ollere
In fat if the betWting has been light thus
faa in this campaign it is because the
dekmoerams are unable to obtain takers.
A rADAroAuD reporter yesterday beard
Mr. J. W. Barker of Anaconda. a stauneb
sepabibean, drer to bet that Butte would
eo ubli and that Carter would beat
Mr. W. J. Penrose immedi
&6e a~took up Mr. Barker's challesge and
esferd hln an even thi on both
sitions as high as beut Mr. C Zer
banked. He wouldn't bet on Carter it
gvsn beavy aos, and be even refmed to
ne on eautte, that be Arst ausserted would
go republlan by several hundred. Nol.
yof the Sideoard saloon has bet SO
with H. A. lederon. Sol. wagers that
tbedmnoemrat will elect more men on the
ilver Bow county ticket than will the re
b. The bet was even up and Sol.
__nk he _as a ah. -
W.J. Penrose bet W. even wih . H.
Herehfleld of Helena that Mag1nnis
would have a mnatoty in Deer Lodge and
Sliver Bow count
Dennis Drisool bet ~O with various re
pulbflcens in Walkerville that Eugene
bullivan will be elected sherifft
John O'Hearne ~et 10 against 1os ad
Mike O'lrFaell's manone that oyd would
be elected. A prominent desmorat _put
p even with Win. Gellick that Ma
mnn will win. The same man also bet
U) with Win. Galliek that Jos. K. Toole
will be first governor I the stats of Mon
tana. A prominent democrat of Helena
Lary Manlin has backed Eugene Sul
Ervn for sheer for $00. Pat Coalon
took tthe b.
Joe LaChapelle barber, bet .0 to S
that .-l.inn will be eeted
Rod ottoers mto bet $00 that the
atority of the dnooato ~eandkdatee on
the Silver Dow county ticket will be
The pr lpetew o the ba rber bop c
the rner of Park and Wyoming strets
has backed Toole and Maslnnls for 0.
Joel Whatle, a saa republcan,
other ND on Too.o . Pesrrin Irvin covered
one twenty and Hathaway the other.
Joel hte on the democratle candidates not
because he wil vote that way, but be
cause he thinks It the mafest side to bet
It is said that a number of Walkerville
republicans have put up a lot of moan
on John E. UIJod for sheriff.
"Yank," a well-known man in this
S. -has frequently ofered to-dsy to put
up e~aon laglnnis, but can find no
7tulge Herbrt, of WalkervItle told a
STANDARD reporter that be had bet $1..
on Carter with Mr. Harrngton, of Walker
ville. The judge says he has $160 more
which he will put up on John Lloyd for
sheriff. or Carter for cogremasman.
James H. Lynch has wagered $1.00Oeven
up arTnsut a like amount put up bya
tailor na: med McConville. Lynch bets
that To. Io beats Power.
A democrat bet a republican $50 to $10
that maid republican couldn't pick out six
winners on the whole republican ticket.
The money was put up. The republican
eat down to pick out his six men. He
studied quarters of an hour and then
ed offand was allowed to draw his
Two clerks in the Bonner Mercantile
Co.'s store bet 5 a ide on which part
should elect the most of its candidates.
from the governor to county eommie
John H. Curtis, of Curtis d Major. was
coming in on the train from Deer Lodge
Friday when a gentleman of tbhe se
to back tep repuhilean state tieket for any
reasonable amount. Mr. Curtis took the
matter up and oRered to bet $100)0 to 00
that the demnocratle candklate for gov
eror would win. The republican would
In the California Brewery msaloon
bets ean be obtained on the majority of
the whole democratic ticket at odds of
100O tolS About the same odds are
being oered in various other saloons and
uabUN plac in favor of the demoo
rar. It" likely that bettinl will he snore
ively from nnow til the day of election
than it has been thus far in the campaign.
The Montana Lumber Prodauce con
pern are now receiving large conaU
menu of Lehigh. stove and nut,
anthraclte and Rock Springs coal e
Sfor famniLy mse, whlcb they awe
r to furnish to consumers at boh
prices, in sall Iots or by the car
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