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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, lUfr,
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY.
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THRSTRNDRRD^aoly daily nrwapaprr wttto^rtftrraph |^i In lim IaxIrt county. It prints |^l^^l^vraphlo newsthan any fither^aewspapnr In Montana.
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THESTANDARD,^^t Main and Third ^tr^H^,^Montana.
RrNDAY,(HTOBER ^. 1^^.
GeorgeWilliam ^'urtis in not happy^^rer the eivil nerviee methods of the^Harrison Hdiniiiistnition but then it^would take a great deal of MttttaU^^weetness and light to make Mr. t'ur-^tia happy. The fact that fifteen thinis-^and fourth-claHH poittmRstera have^hwn removed is a little tough on Mr.^Curtis, we must confess. Still, Mr. t'ur-^tis hopes on. and we suppose he will^hope on forever in spite of the growing^sentiment which he says lie notices^among republicans to drift from the^moorings of reform and in face of^^^resident Harrison's direct violation of^all the pledge* he gave just before he^was elected. Kvidently Mr. Curtis^will have to take it out in hoping.
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THESLOW COUNT^If the count of votes for Tuesday's |^^lection comes in at snail's pace, the j^public ought to bear in mind the fact^that the system is something quite new^to our people, and due allowance^should be made for the length of the^ballot with its seventy-odd names.^Again, the fact that the vote promised^to be extremely close doubtless led the^clerks and judges to Ite very cautious^in their work, as a few slight errors in^little precincts might have great signifi^^cance in deciding questions of serious^weight. With the election five days to^the rear of us, the public is^naturally impatient to know the fate^of all the candidates. It is far I tetter,^iiowever, that the count Ite tardy than^that errors creep in through^undue haste. In all probability,^the result on the entire ticket will not^be known until the oflicial count is^made.
Itwill not soon happen, however, that^news from all the precincts will Ite so^long withheld. It will be a long time^before the list of candidates at a single^^lection can be made so formidable in^point of numbers, and in many in^^stances, clerks who have already ^got^their hand in^ will again be called into^service and the grounds for inexcus^^able delay will not be present.
Toall appearance the correct election^returns for Montana reached far-away^Omaha papers before they got into^some newspaper oflices right here in^the territory, and thus we read in the^Omaha tie* this timely counsel: ^West^Virginia offers the usual fall assort^^ment of promises of victory. 1'endiiig^confirmation let us lie content with^Washington and the two Dakota*.
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SilverHow elects one menilter of the^legislature and one comity officer on^the republican ticket. 1'ndoubtedly^Hutte is the most gloriously democratic^milling camp on earth.
THECRAZE IN PIERRE^The fact that Pierre is to lie the capi^^tal of South Dakota has set the town^wild in more ways than one. Dis^^patches received the day after election^gave graphic accounts of the jubilant^manner in which the town was cele^^brating its victory. Late telegrams say^that the Oklahoma movement of last^spring promises to be outrivaled in the^real estate boom that has attacked the^new capital. It is reported that prop^^erty valued at ^t5^X),iJU^^ changed bauds^ou Friday and that building lots worth^one hundred dollars advanced within^forty-eight hours to ten times that^price.
KvidentlyPierre is about to suffer^all the ills that afflict towns where the^worst forms of real estate speculat ion^get a grip. Not very long hence, there^will be the inevitable ^last man^ ami^the indications are that he will lie^numerous in Pierre, who will lie left^high and dry with town lots not worth^one-fifth of what was paid for them.^Of course, the public is not expected to^have any sympathy for this individual,^who squanders his substance on dirt at^fancy prices, bur the evil results always^abide on the town itself, spoiling its^credit, checking its growth and robbing^it of that thrifty air which every really^prosperous*tow n is entitled to wear.
Perhapsthe sorriest looking lot of^towns in the world are those which the^tiaveler passes on his journey westward^across Dakota and along the^line of the Northern Pacific road.^If Pierre's people know nothing regard^ing these towns, they certainly must^remember the ex|terience of the city of^Bismarck, after the capital was fixed^there, yet they are running an exact^parallel with what hap|iened in His^marck. except that Pierre is plunging^more wildly headlong, if half the dis^^patches say is true.
Afterall, there are normal lines along^which the value of real estate moves^in every city in the land. Taking it iti^the rough, it may be said that the pos^^session of a state capital has not been^of account in any financial sense to ^Hi^per emit, of the American cities that
havebeen made the seat of govern^^ment. lMerre may prove to be a con^^spicuous exception, yet that is more^than doubtful. At any rate the town^is evidently in the hands of the land^sharks, and if the people who intend to^stay there are in the erase it is certain^that, if out of Dakota's experience they^have learned nothing and forgotten^nothing, they will at least have a good^deal to rememlier by and by. When^Anaconda is made the capital of Mon^^tana, some three years hence, we may^lie sure that no such high flying real^estate nonsense will accompany the^event.
Anacondais in for another election^which will lie held on Thursday of this^week. This time it is a question of^bonding for a sewer. As a S|tecial at^^traction intended for the day, the man^^agement hopes to announce the pres^^ence of 1'nited States Marshal IS.Wash^^ington Irvin. Second.. Ksq., with staff,^in full regalia, to run another luminous^and deadly parallel sewer, to keep our^coerced townsmen from falling into the ^^trench and to show the people, as the I^day advances in its hilarious round, j^how a sewer looks from the time it M^started until it is full.
TheIlelena Journal is hard at work^trying to find out why its party lost^Lewis and Clark county. It wants^scores of republicans in Helena put on^the toasting irons right off. That is^right: go for 'em and investigate every^last citizen who didn't vote your way.^Turn the rascals out of the county.^Put them at hard labor for fifteen min^^utes over iti the Silver How tunnel dis^^trict! That ought to lie a good enough^Silieria for any republican.
Ifhalf the Helena Journal says is^true atid that's a liberal allowance^more than six hundred Lewis and^Clark republicans actually sold out on^election day. The Staniiahi^ is^tempted to print a whole column of^reacting published by the Journal.^giving interviews with Helena republi^^cans who roundly denounce their own^party associates and call them all sorts^of hard names. One republican says^it was hoi Nile, another says ^the repub^^licans tried to run a campaign without^money ( V) and failed.^ Another ob^^serves that the democrats ^engaged^live hundred republicans to work on^election day^ (Probably these are the^fellows who were coerced by the^wicked managers of mines to stay^underground all day). Still another^republican remarks ^that one thousand^republicans were hired to go out of^town.
Hearalso what our republican Chair^^man Seligtnau saith: ^I was rather too^busy with the state campaign to keep^cases on affairs in the city.^ Served^you right. If you had wagged your^long tongue less in false testimony^about decent men this side the range^and attended to your own rotten bor^^ough with its vote which you confess^to be grossly corrupt, you might have^saved something out of the universal^wreck and have come nearer to sharing^the triumph with the democrats.
TheHelena Journal is going to re^^form its own party. That's right,^nervous neighbor. It's too big a job^and you'll fail at it; but you might as^well fool with it as with anything else,^and legislative politics won't trouble^you this year. The farce in the whole^business is that on one page the Jour^^nal strongly claims a victory, while on^another it quotes the reasons given by^republicans to show why the battle^was lost.
Theassessment rolls are long de^^layed. They should have lieen in the^hatidsof the county commissioners long^ago. in order that ample time Unal^^lowed for any readjustments that com^^mend themselves to the meiulters of the^board. In view of the delay, the com^^missioners will lie obliged to make^short work with the rolls, and they will^very soon lie barred from raisitig the^assessment on any taxpayer in the^county. The taxes must all tie paid in^before Decemlier 1. otherwise the per^^centage is added: so that it is going to^be a snug fit all around. There may lie^good reason for the delay, but it has^not Im'cii given. The commissioners^meet again on the Pith of this month.
ASTO SILVER^The world of trade is Itegiiiuing to^realize that it is wrong to keep putting^up the price of gold by the depression^of prices for all other commodities,^and the evil entailed by the single-^standard system are commanding at^^tention more and more.
Ithas already been shown that the^friends of a double standard have next^to nothing to expect from any results^of international consultation. The^monetary conference held in Paris,^with its non-committal conclusions,^prove as much. Discussion that may re^^sult in more direct good will probably^come out of the congress of bankers^held in Kansas City, where silver had a^good representation.
WhenMontana comes to the election^of two democratic senators a few weeks^hence, great care should lie taken to^impress on the eastern public the fact^that men are sent by this state to the^federal senate who have very decided^convictions on the silver question. Of^course, in the mind of our own people^there will lie no doubt as to the^opinions held regarding silver by any^man delegated to represent Montana in^Washington. At the same time, formal^action ought to lie taken regarding leg^islation about silver at the time our^senators are chosen, not necessarily for^publication, as the newspajiers say.^hen-at Inline, but as a guaranty to pss^^pie east of the Missouri river that this
isto be made a strong issue in Mon^^tana and that our senators are pledged^to work faithfully toward the end we^all have in view.
TheDenver republieana have nomina^^ted a former Chicago ulderruaii for sheriff.^They think lie knows bow Ut get a null an
TlieDenver New* thinks it would be ad-^viMuhlc for the governor of Colorado to or^^der out the militia at Pueblo next Wednes^^day, the flute of the republican county^convention.
AHartford girl, who ouya that als differ^^ent men had previously goun I tack on^their promises to marry her, bus begun a^Itreaeh of promise suit against the seventh.^She is going to eourtRierm lf now.
AMiss Annie Johnston, aged 19, went^flown and stayed iii the water at a Hum^^mer resort in Kiiglantl :i minutes and 10^seconds, which bents the amateur record^of :! minutes and r^l I4 seconds. Ah, there.^Mi sr. Johnston, stay there!
Themealiest man in Ohio Uvea ut New^^ton Kails, says the Pittsburg lHs/^atrh. His^wife tumbled info the Muhoiiing and. fin^Is-ing rescued, a four-|Kiiuid Imish was^found eiituiiglfd ill ber dress improver.^When ber luisiiaiifl found this out be^wanted tft set ber aguiii.
t'nlesscongress gives Nevada a liberal^appropriat' 111 for reservoirs anil irrigating^flitches, it is probable that the next state^legislature will sanction the scheme for^the establishment ^^f a state lottery. The^men who are pushing the project offer^fufl.OOO yearly for the privilege, the money^tft go to the state for water storage and^irrigation. It will be a draw game, as it^were.
Onthe principle of similin Himilihu* m-^renter, DrJTulfoft, the physician in charge^ftf the insane asylum ut Middle town.^Colin., organized a base ball nine from the^ranks of bis patients lust spring, and in^^vited challenges from the clubs of the sur^^rounding villages. The lunatics won 11^out f^f 15 games, ami Dr. Tulcott reports^that the enterprise has done all sorts of^good not only to the players but to all the^other inmates of the asylum.
Thefollowing advertisement appeared^ill a recent numticr ftf the London Tablet:^^To parents -dirtily girls and I toys of any^age visited ami punished by a thorough^disciplinarian accustomed tft administer^corporal punishment. All bad habits^cured by one or two atteiiflentlances. Fee,^^r^ shillugs fftr two visits. Address 'Iliach*^It is hoped that Mr. Hiuch after fitting the^Iroys and girls up, sends them home all^right.
Thenew and improved style of burg^^ling introduced by Jersey City burglars^will, ftu the whole, meet with general a|t-^probation from those who must lie bur^^gled. They entered tile house of a rich man^who was absent fin u yacht cruise. When^the man returned he found that some of^his valuables were missing, but under the^dfKir-uiat wen* pawn tickets culling for^the same, and upon presentation ftf theae^and paying the loan he recovered the lost^articles.
APSALM OF THANKSGIVING.
Oh,cttine, let us arise and whoop; for^tic hold, our enemies have tumbled, and^^re even at the bottom of ^ bole that is^exceeding tleep.
Yeta little while and they said unto^themselves Verily we shall compter this^country and rule over it; we shall awifte^Ullto ourselves the seats of all them that^sit in the high places; yea, we shall ruu^the council ttf the sanhedrim on a Joint bal^^lot, and let lift man forget it.
Andit came tft pass that tbey brought^much ttoof lie from the East, even Inure Is^of gold ami silver and precious atones.^And tbey sent for the hoys.
Andhearing these things the I toys arose^ami came unto them ami saitl ^ )peu up^the barrels ftf the Itofttlle tpiickly, we pray^thee, ami divvy up unto us, that we may^get Jour wttrk in while yet there is a^chance left unto us.
Sotbey o|tcued up the liarrcls of the^Itottdlc ami tlid divvy up tft the Iroys. And^the hoys arose ami loaded their |tttckc ot,^ami were glad. And there wus Immizc in^Gilcad.
Andthey sent also and hired certain^strong men of the Kast to come and be^captains in their army; even Thomas, the^( hump, who flwelleth ill the land where
110strong drink is save only m the inner^^most parts ftf the cupboard behind the^diMir; Itfiswell also, suruaiiifd in the He^^brew tongue DamphfKtl, which being iu-^terpretef! ::^ to say rats.
Andthey commanded their servants to^bring forth the paint that was red; for^they saitl Yet a little while and verily we^shall have need of it.
Andwhen tbey were ready they said tio^tft, now. iterudvetiture we have them^where the hair is exceeding short.^Arise let us go forth ami stick it to them.
Buttic hold we, even we, are tilt* boss^stickers ami we will not lie out-stM-kcd.^Wherefore, when they came forth to^sock it tons, we arose ami Hocked it unto^them with a mighty stick.
Andit came to pass that in all the re^^gion around utiout was there never Is fore^a suck which seemed to sock with the^same stick with which our stick did stM'k.
Andthey tied from Is fore us even into^the mountains afar tiff. Ami they arose^and soaked their heads ami were sad.
bikethe wild ass of the tlessert, yea,^like the strange he ass of the Kast, even^the jackass, tlid they lift up their voices^and weep.
1lifted up mine eyes and saw a man in^the wilderness, even a young man, clothed
111sackcloth and ashes alltl Helena ./mir-^mi/x; fttr Itclmld, he had taken oil his silk^stockings ami would not Is- comforted.^Aiitl he did scourge himself with a cowhide^ami bruise his shins with a flul-iroti. And^the young man ttrose and sat down aittl^cried with a loud voice, saying. Hut yes^^terday I was the Prince of all this region^around about, so that nolle durst say any^^thing until he had bowed down Is-fore me.^Yea, 1 had the ear tif the king, even mine^oltl man, in the hollow of mine hand, and^I pulled it whithersoever 1 wouldst. He^^boid now, what gtMMl am I*.* Surely, nunc^enemies have eucompassei I me and^walked all over me.
Wbereftire, arise now ye people ami^whtsip; for our enemies are utterly undone^anil their Prince is X. t^. Heboid his fame^shall go resounding down tile corridors of^time verily like unto an empty Itccr keg^that tlesceiitleth three Mights of stairs ex^^ceeding fust.
Sing,all ye peoole, sing^the basoo and the trombone. Whoop.
Spitupon your bauds, ye nations, and^make a Joyful noise upon the bugle, and^the gong, and the steam whistle, and the^dishpan and the dinner bell. Behold I^will arise stnd pound the base drum unto^its everlasting deatrueUon.
Praiseye upon the saw horse and the^waabtuh and the milk pail. With a bed-^slat will I knock even the stuffing out of^whatsoever- 1 behold in the highway.^Whoop.
Thai'sWhm Ha Wat Mtrantletl.
Fromthe Chicago Times.
Mr.Steeiistruinl held on to bia cotton^uhttut 'stccn minutes too long for the good^of his lumk account.
HisTerm* at* Mput Cash.
FromHie 1 let n.ii Tritium-.
IfMr. Wanamaker were a saloon keep^^er the democrats would wink at his busi^^ness. Alltl then tell hint to charge it.
Friiinthe Troy Press.
ThePhiladelphia Tunis s|m-aks of the^Kni|ie ror William us ^Kilitor of Germany.^^Isn't this higher praise titan any monarch^deserves^
AiitlTwo llrinacnitlr Kenwtor* for Montana.
Kriiinthe ^ hi.-.u:^^ Trihlllie.
Thecrop tif cruiihcrrieM promises to lie^unusually large and flue this season. Now^if the turkey crop is not bigger than the^turkey himself Thanksgiving day will^find us all very' thankful.
It..n'tOm-r Hi in Tanner'* I'lat-r.
Friimthe Uminvtlle ^ oiirier-.iiHiriiAl.
Honorscontinue to fall thick upon our^Kflistm. The thing may go too far. Thomas^may Is- offered a foreign despotism and^cease to lie all American. Dr. Harrison^should lose no time in writting to him an^emphatic invitation to return home.
InHI or kr^ or Three.
Friimthe Portland OrrKolitan.
ThePrince of Wales is credited with^having made a weighty decision, the first^that has taxed the energies of bis royal^highness for some time. Shirts are to be^worn with three studs, and the unhappy^mall who is able to afford but two will not^be able to shine in cultured society.
SomeOther Year. Probably.
Fromthe ( levelanil Plain Itealer.
AboutSO republicans in the consular^service were permitted to retain their |to-^sitions by President Cleveland and it is^given out from Washington that President^Harrison will allow them to remain undis^^turbed. Hut will President Harrison re^^tain fifty democrats np|^oiiitcd to the con^^sular service by President Cleveland'.'^Who dreams of such a thing
EmmonsBlaine aud hia bride will reside^in Baltimore.
Ex-QueenIsabella of Spain recently^won 40,000 francs on a horse race.
Mr.Chu Fong, a Celestial capitalist of^New Yttrk, prtt|Mtses to start a Chinese^savings bank. It will It*, the first of its^kind in this country.
GeorgeKliot's grave in Highgate ceme^^tery ia a melancholy object, being nearly^overgrown with grass and apparently^quite neglected.
M.Pasteur recently declared with much^emphasis that rabies is never spontaneous.^The microbe producing it, be says, is in^^variably transmitted.
WilliamH. Smith, the first lord of the^English treasury, anonymously paid for a^church recently erected in Portsea, the^coat ttf which was ^22,000.
ThomasA. Ellison, having been made a^grand officer of the ( ^rtler of the Crown of^Italy, bus now received the decoration of^the French Legion of Honor.
JudgeP. Green, colored. Was a candi^^date fttr the legislature ttefore the Cleve^^land primaries last week, and received^8UU more votes than any other candidate.
LittleKing Alexauderof Servia is much^impressed with the sense of his own dig^^nity. He can scarcely write three lines^on any topic without using the expression,^I, the king.
George^ llcott held the jtosition of cash^^ier of the Charlostown, New Hampshire,^bonk forty years. At his death he was^succeeded by his son, who has filled the^place twenty-five years.
TheHon. N. S. Berry, New Hampshire's^venerable war governor, is critically ill at^his home in Bristol. New Hampshire. He^is 93 yesrs old, ami probably the oldest ex-^governor in the country.
ThePrincess Christian (Helena ttf Great^Britain ami Ireland) has pre 1 tared three^illustrated articles fttr the forthcoming^volume of tilt* Kuylish lltuxtrati-d Mmjti-^tfue. Ami ^Tom Brown^ (otherwise^Thomas Hughes) has written for it a |taper^011 ^Kiigby.'T
Outimifor Octolier is a very good num^^ber, indeed. It marks an improvement^over previous numbers, and such articles^as ^The Trail ftf the Bison,^ illustrated^by Julian Kalph and E. B. Gorton, ^A^Tricycle Tour in the Essex Country,^^^The Granite (Hub ftf Toronto,^ beauti^^fully illustrated, ami ^The Valkyrie in^British Waters,^ readily show the advance^made.
Anew serial story entitled ^Heron's^Wife,^ by Etta W. Pierce, is begun in the^Octolier numlier of t'rttnk Lrnlir * Popular^Monthly. The color, pietiirestpieness and^dramatic force of this novelist have al^^ready given her a reputation as a sort of^American ^ luida a reputation which this^lutest work from her pen will fully sus^^tain. The literary uml artistic features of^this nuiiitsT of the magazine are even^more profuse than usual.
Inaddition to its tempting array of^more strictly literary articles, ranging^^from grave to gay, from lively to severe,^the Atlantic bus a pu|ier upon public mat^^ters which is worthy of attention. Ill an^account of tin- government ami its credit^^ors. Mr. Henry T^ornis Nelson severly cen^^sures the neglei tful course of the govern^^ment in its treatment ttf honest creditors.^He says every' op|tortunlty for briltery and^its kindred knaveries is afforded by the^claims system which prevailed fttr many^years and is still more followed than it^ought ttt Is-.
Sevenwriters^clergymen, college pro^^fessors, ami public men, some of them^S|M-ciulists of acknowledged standing^^have usats'iutfd themselves to discuss^s|^ccial tpiestious of social interest and^import, anil to prc|ture |m|tcin to he after^^ward given to the public from time to^time in the |Mures of the Century. The^writers include the Rev. Prof. Shields of^Princeton, Bishop Potter of New York,^the lie v. Dr. T. T. Monger ftf New Haven,^the Hon. Seth Low of Hnsiklyu. and Prof.^Ely of the Johns Hopkins university. For^eat h pa|ier the author will Is- responsible,^but he will have bail the Is-netlt of the^criticism of the other iiiciiiImts of the^group Is-fore giving it final form. The^opening |iu|mt will lie printed ill the Xo-^vember IViibny.
WeMust Have Room I Therefore^All Summer Goods Must Go.
THISIS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO^BUY GOODS AT YOUR^OWN PRICE.
DRESSGOODS ! |
No.1^40 Inch all wool Tricot at 48c per yard.
No. 2. 26-inch Cotton and Wool Mixed Novelties^Think of it ! 13 yards for $1.
Greatreductions in all Summer weight goods. New^Goods are beginning to arrive and^we must have^space. So if you would look to your own interest^see our great drives this week and take advantage of^them, for the time is limited.
Wemake a special point to keep everything that is^only first class in this department, as our past reputation^will show. Our stock 01 Staple and Fancy Groceries,^Queensware and Glassware is without an equal in^Montana.
LatestDesigns in Wall Paper. See Them.
Estes^ Connell Mercantile Company.