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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER ix, xMp.
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY.
bycarrier or mall at tea dollar* a^year, thiff riouais a i|uarter or uac^dollar a month
IUm only dally iw*M^^l^'f w^h teb-nr^|^h dls-^atches In Ittrf UmIik- county. II |^rtnts^Dtore teleii ra|^btc news than any other^newtuarwr In Montana.
Correspondenceand business letters should be^addressed to
THESTANDARD.^Corner of Main and Third streets. Anaconda,
WEDNESDAY.DECEMBER 11. 1HK^.
Howdoe* it happen that in all the^page* of I'reaideiit Ilai riaon'H mesHaije.^no reference is made to the question of^irrigation in Western statea^ The^proposed world's fair gets a nice little^paragraph in the President's pamphlet,^but there is nothing concerning the^arid lands representing about one-third^of the area of the 1'nited States, a^region which if irrigated wtuild come^pretty near feeding the whole world.^Evidently the President forgot all^about the subject, and is not aware that^it has been the theme of careful in^^quiry by a congressional committe.^The people are as ignorant of President^Harrison's notions about irrigation as^they are in the dark as to his thoughts^on the Mormon question.
Magiuuisand Daly; that is the latest^senatorial team hooked up by the^Helena Journal. It is richly imagin^^ative, it is a brainy political conception^that startles the reading public by the^breadth of its almurbity. It will enter^^tain the Journal to boom the Ana^^conda man for senator, but. meanwhile,^wouldn't it be well for our Helena cop-^temporary, before it gets earnestly at^the work, to square accounts with the^gentleman to whom it was pleased to^refer aa Mr. Italy's brother-in-law, in^scurrilous comment put in the form of^^pointed questionsV^ Mr. Shields de^^nied days ago all that the Journal in^^sinuated but which it did not dare^openly to charge. Not a word of^reference has since been made to the^subject by the Jumna/. We submit^that, before our contemporary begins to^boom Mr. Daly, it would be fair to have^a final accounting with the aforesaid^brother-in-law.
THROUGHTHE LIST.^In the opinion of the Denver Xrws,^Secretary Windom's scheme is ^the^weakest invention that has ever Itecn^given out by the treasury department.^^The San Francisco Kj-u miner tiuds that^^the President's views on the silver^question will be a surprise, and not a^pleasant one. to the people of the coast,^^and that approval of Mr. Windom's^scheme would be ^a sarrender of the^bimetallist position, to which it is quite^clear congress will never consent.^ In^the opinion of the ttret/^nia n, the plan^of the Secretary will be received ^with^caution and doubt.^ The comment of^the San Francisco OsWwsMi is^that Mr. Windom's plan will^probably not be adopted, and^it remarks that ^in spite of President^Harrison's recommendations, based^upon the suggestions of the Secretary,^congress will lie almost certain to do^something in aid of silver.^ The Salt^Lake Tribune says that ^when one^wades through Secretary Windom'M^long dessert at ion on silver, it is difficult^to restrain the natural indignation that^it awakens.^ And so it runs through^the list.
ASTO REAL ESTATE^Probably the wideawake communi^^ties here and there in Montana that are^marking up the price of corner lots in^view of the numerous coppvr refilling^plants to lie scattered about by the^Anaconda company, will pause in their^wild real estate career long enough to^lind out whether the company is going^to have anything to re tine in the imme^^diate future. It might influence the^upward movement of prices in all these^ho|teful towns if circumstances over^which nobody has control should hap^^pen to postpone the building of a refin^^ing works.
Sofar as west side towns in Montana^are concerned, their condition was^never more thrifty, and it is not prob^^able that their healthful growth will be^checked by any passing accident.^Butte's active real estate market has^abundant warrant in the untold wealth^that lies back of the city, and it will be^a wonder if that thriving city ever sees^a return to figures on real ^ state that^have ruled in recent years. In ambi^^tious Missoula the market is moving at^a pace that promises activity for a good^while to come, ltetinery or no refinery,^Missoula has the splendid surroundings^that always build up solid cities, anil its^claims regarding future growth have^plenty of solid backing.
Therenever was any stir in real^estate dickering in this city. Anaconda^has advanced to its piesent lilieral pro^^portions after a s'eady growth of six^years. During the past eighteen^mouths, no city in Montana has grown^more rapidly or in a more healthful^way. In point of equipment in the^way of water supply, electric lights,^drainage, schools, hotel facilities, natu^^ral attractions and healthful surround^^ings. Anaconda is without a rival^among western towns, yet real estate^has never been tossed to high figures,^and mechanics engaged in the smelting^works have always been able to secure^a home at an extremely modest figure.
Therehas bean no time, even when se^^rious disaster thrented as has twice^been the ease within a year when the^price of real estate has suffered any^shock.
Atthe same time there has been an^unvarying and gratifying advance in^the value of city property, each succeed^^ing year adding its contribution and^leaving every owner more than satis^^fied with his holdings. This gradual^advance satisfies the ambition of every^owner of property in Anaconda, aud^the city is not casting about for booms.^Hut what if the refining plant should^be built right in Anaconda, after all
BETTERDROP IT.^The president of the Northern Pacific^railroad will find it worth his while to go^mighty slow in presenting irrigation^schemes to congress. He will find, too,^that the time is premature for suggest^^ing any plans which relate the North^^ern Pacific road to such schemes in^Montana.
Theroad has large land interests in^this state and its management doubt^^less is anxious to hasten the time when^the property can be made available tor^cultivation. This desire is shared by^other interested parties the jieople of^the state at large and the iiulividi'H1^owners. Hut the |tet^ple, owing to ci^cuinstances which need not be recited^here, are in no sense dis|M^sed to follow^the leadership of Mr. (lakes in this^business nor will they be found in^^clined to have the railroad company^^lend its aid^ in the way of opening any^dicker with congress.
Hyand by, when the question of irri^^gation has been fully discussed and the^temper of congress has been ascertained,^the legislature of Montana will take^suitable action aud may then find itself^disposed to summon the Northern Pa^^cific people to a consultation, but it may^be regarded as sett led now that our peo^^ple do not requetit Mr. flakes or any^other man to be sponser for them or to^^lend any aid^ in the matter. In tither^wortls, Montana will undertake to con^^duct the case and, in due time.it will^properly relate the railroad to its minor^interest in the matter.
Thefact is that nothing can be done^concerning this question just at present.^Western people were astounded to Hud^that President Harrison made no men^^tion whatever of irrigation projects in^his message. The country is ignorant^of the sentiment of the admiiiisirnt ion^regarding them. We must wait to^learn how the general government is^disposed ami, when that is learned, the^interested communities will know how^to act.
TheKnights of Labor and the Farm^^ers' I'llioli call doubt less get together.
Illbehalf of the Knights, Mr. Powderly^met the demands of thel'uionat the^recent convention of the farmers held^in St. Louis.
Whenit comes to hearty support of^measures which the alliance may agree^upon, it is certain that the knights will^be quite as loyal as the farmers in fight^^ing for the cause. Not many years ago^the representatives of the farming ele^^ment of the country had an active or^^ganization that might easily have^turned politics in the northern states^and those of the middle West.
Whenthe greenback question^was up, the grangers failed to^pull together. They managed^to secure any quantity of legislation^favorable to their views in states like^Iowa and Illinois, but in a memorable^tight in ^Ihio.tiartleid got most of them^as against Thurmaii, while, in New-^York state, the farming community,^although pretty well organized for a^time, has been quite solidly republican^on each recurring election day.
It goes without saying, that the^knights and the farmers combined,^were they to work in hearty accord and^carry their convictions to the ballot^box. could make it very warm for the^regulars in a dozen states east of the^Mississippi. The plat form of the ulli-^i a nee demands revision and reduction^, of the tariff, opposes the national bank^^ing system, calls for an income tax and^anil a tax on mortgages, and pro^I nouiices in favor of free coinage of^silver.
'I'liepress irciicritlly m^er^*n to think that^Mr. Harrison in bin message might have^Im-cii a little more jiibitatit over the fact^that the republicans have carried Brazil.
IllNew York a dry goods clerk was in.^stautly killed by an electric shock while^taking u showcase from the sidewalk.^Some ottier clerk must have o|m-netl the^dour for hint.
The-rear of Russia, together with the^czarina aud several of the little ones, has^influenza, but the Philadelphia Timet^thinks the complaint won't reach New^York till the Prince of Wales gets it.
ThePrince's Html^ is tile name of an^o|iera which is going the rounds of tile^| southern theaters. He inortiiis nil nisi^i Imiiiliu. and we trust that no flisre-^| s|ieetful allusions are made to the lute lu-^lllelltetl I^t^llglfg Esoteric Qh gg.
Thestory comes from Petersburg, Vs.,^of a man who fell over onto a Imizi-muw in^| such ik way that his lie.td was completely^I severed from his IkmI^'. President llurri-^' sou and the other professional headsmen^\ at Washington will yet monkey with the^buzz-saw too long for their own good.
Andnow comes a scientific cuss who^pn^|Mises tfi make butter out of the milk in^the cfictiamit. For ages there has Im-cii a^good ileal of myst^*r^^ attached to the milk^^ ^f u cocounut. and if it turns out to Is*^nothing but plain old buttermilk the world^lias been grtmsiy deceived and iiupoMcd^upon.
Thenews lias been telegraphed across^two continents that Stanley wears linen^breeches. This is a great grief to the
Amecioss)people, and the^been made that patriotic tailors^send him samples of their new^goods. Linen trousers are not stylish eras)^In Africa, where Indeed ail other kinds of^trouncra are equally unfashionable.
Thenewspapers which regularly print^Dr. Talmage's sermons as ^ special dis^^patches ^ and 44 special cables^ could^save a vast deal of telegraph tolls if the^Doctor could he Induced to furnish them^duplicate laurels of hack number efforts.^The New York Tribune finds the recent^sermon at Drindisi, which was duly cabled^to the syndicate issuers, in a volume of^the Doctor's sermons published in 1874.
Theannouncement in the Washington^t'imt that a baby weighing BO pounds was^Itoru in New York a few days ago, and^that Miss Murphy is the mother, seems^really to demand the explanation that^Misa Murphy herself weighs abont 4,001)^pounds aud in a hippopotainua. We pre^^sume, too, it would more nearly conform^to the usage of the best society to spaas^of the mother as Mrs. Caliph, w* Murphy.
Thediscovery lias been made in New^York that the discovery of America hy^Columbus did not take place in 1492. He^only found am* landed fin a little island^which is not accurately identified. The^American continent was not discovered^until 14!tH, and therefore it in suggested hy^a New York contemporary that the cele^^bration take place in If***. If there are many^more discoveries of this kind the celebra^^tion will he |mistiMiiicd indefinitely.
Atthe last meeting of the republican^club f if the Sixth ward, says the Omaha^llrraltl, the following |^l-fM-ft-dings were
enacted: Mr. Specht a rone and said: 44!
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!f d -a!^ Mr. Hodges replied: ^J |^;;.;.^*^; d ^ ^!^ Mr. Mc-
Craiiithen took the floor and exploded in^Hi if' languages, after which the club^re. olvcd that ^we are harmonious^ anil^adjourned.
AlthoughPol. Dudley can prove an^alibi, Indiana is afflicted with hog-thieves,^and the farmers sit up nights to watch^their |M'iin with shot guns. A few nights^ago a man named Laird, in company with^a confederate, visited the hog-pen of a^fanner named Shaw, A nice fat |MH*ker^was selected and uuietly ^removed^^In^the Croliiii sense. After its death tlie car^^cass wus encased in an old suit of clothes,^a derby hat covering the brute's head. In^the night-light, sitting on the seat, it very^considerably resembled a mull. Laird^drove back to town with his dead prise,^while the confederate went acr*iss-lotx.^The confederate proved to be a detective,^however, and now Mr. I.aird is the sole^biped occupant of a neat but not gatitlv^cell.
Missoulais not so jealous of tier boom^hut that she lielicvcs in the protection of^home industries. The JUuming lli*xintlian^finds time to remark :
AnInsinuation to the effect that nne of the^young men uf Missoula would soon marry a lady^rcsiiliiiK out t if town wa* ton dssyaa incorrect.^Tin^ uiulnrlty tif Missoula yiiiuiK men seek no^faithel than their own city, which they believe^|Misscsst*s as ifimmt, handsome anil sensible girls^as any town in the country, jimi the Keutlemao^referred to Is tint' of the majority.
Tin*MtaaaMstssM is standing on printiujg^^when it discourages a mettled of increas^^ing Missoula's imputation by drawing^from its rival towns. Perhaps, though,^our esteemed r-f iiitcm|m^-ary lielieves with^pride that iu the long run her home manu-^fuetor'e-i are capable of increasing the^imputation faster than any foreign iiu|mm^^tutions.
Heartile lyliut of the lumps!
Whata lootl of trickery their history nudumps.
Howthey p;iw ami snort anil bellow ,^As if that could sjajsj a fellow^Helirve tiiein in the right.
Hi. a sight
Tobehold arc the rumps'^They sre neither man nur woman.^They lire reither beast nor human.
Theylire chumps.^Ami their kiuit it is alio humps^His KraeiuiiK self, and slumps^The state each fall ^imat Sanders!^Kvery sect inn hi^ meanders^III a resolute endeavor.^Holy smoke of Isis! never
Toget left again!
Itutto other men
leithe unices he'd scoop.^All! the people he would duptt.^Always put him in the soup.
Hutthe rumps!^At last he hit u|mil the rumps!^Ah! at last lie gtit together^Atl the beds of that strange feather,^Iu a sellable l^s-ation^For a wondrous convocation
iit the rumps'^of the w ihl. unearthly beings called the rumps!
Intothe rumps^The elixir strong of chumps.^Ami he Jumps and he humps.^Administering Illinium^I pon such rumps as have the dumps;^limn the rumps w ho lia\e desire^From the contest to retire,^iih the thumps u|miii those rumps!^I'lMin those weary i-onscience-stricken rumps^till, the thumps, Lump-, lumps,
^f the rumps!
tHi,the clumps, mumps, pumps, stumps,
'Irump*, jumps, icuiups,^of the lumps ami the ^ humps!
CURRENT COM Mk NT.
AtI.^-u*t. Outside of I tali.
Fromthe Detroit Tribune.
PresidentWoodruff, of the Mormon^church, can't fool the people any more^than Brighunt Young did.
Amassttis Fig NCrkrrn.
Fromthe MmneaiMilis Tribuue.
1.iura Jean l.ibby. that iiiodcat violet^who has done mo much to make Ameri^^can literature absurd, has reached Kan^^sas City in her great advertising tour, and^the pig stickers art^ fairly lionising her.
MotKisflly on the s,|umf^. You Vf.
Fromthe Chicago News.
Boston'sbig Ore was u severe blow to^that city, but the loss of reputation which^she has sustained hy the publication iu the^| newspapers of maps of her crooked streets^I is even more to her disadvantage than the^I Id,i/e itself.
Notlillrn lo Nice injunction*.
Fromthe Boston llt-isld.
Theparachutist who lately fell into tin-^si a at Honolulu, and was eaten by sharks,^was not Professor Van Tassel, it up|^cars,^but another fellow. It was all the name^to the sharks, however. They rarely dis^^criminate Istwceii a professor and a^plain ordinary layman before breakfast.
Fromthe Philadelphia Times (luil. I.
SecretaryNoble is severe on Tanner in^his report, but his recommendation that u^pension be pool to every soldier and sailor
whodid service during the war^honorably discharged, and who is now or^may hereafter become disabled, will lead^some people to wonder if Tanner was^more liberal with the treasury surplus^than Secretary Noble propoasa t ^ he.
TneDsfsstlva^From the Baa Francisco Chronicle.
Ufthe sincerity of Police Justice La id-^law of Oakland there can be no question.^He recently drank too mncb liquor and^mode an unseemly exhibition of himself,^but yesterday be atoned for his faults by a^full confession in court, a promise to re^^form and the imposition of a flue on him^^self of fifty dollars. It ia evident that the^justice has no sense of humor or be could^not have gone through this ceremony with
NtadySouth Ansariaa Mew.^From the Hostou Traveller.
Itis not improbable that a formal invi^^tation may yet be extended by the rebub-^lics to the south of us to sent! delegates for^the purpose of making a tour of observa^^tion of their industries and resources, and^should th's he done it should I e promptly^accepted. The first condition to a profit^^able trade between Nor hand South Amer^^ica is that these two sections should have^a clear understanding of each other's^needs and each other's resources.
AnAccommodating Printer Man.
Fromthe liiMlicti iK'Hiis-rat.
Wehave often wondered bow long our^wife would remain a widow after our ^de^^mise,^ and what sort of a fellow sbe^would get, aud whether lie would be a^printer, and ^continue the business at^the old stand^ and whether he woulp ^fill^our place^ in tile local department, and^if things would go right ulong as though^we had not ^iliwawtl.^ We do not^blame a woman for getting married as^often as she can, if she likes it.
AllKlght frit her Way.
Fromthe Sacramento Hee.
Aparty by the name of Mrs. Wood worth^is preaching in Oakland. At least she^claims to be preaching. She grows so ex-^cited ut times that sbe is incapable of^s|m'cch. Her eyes liecomc glussy and her^limbs rigid. Many of her hearers full iu^convulsions. He v. C. W. Wetplte demands^that the authoritics'ptit a stop to the vtm-^floointie practices. W hy should they J^The doctrine of the survival of the tit .est^in a good one, and if death overtakes Mrs.^WtMxIworth's followers, it is probably- the^Is-st thing that could befall them. If they^are driven insane, it is only accelerating^un inevitable event, for no sane itcrsoii^would participate in such St. Vitus dance^ceremonies.
Fromthe Itostoti Idols*.
Thereart^ ugly stories to tin- effect that^Mr. Recti's election is'clne to the activity^of great railway corporations in his In-^half. It is said that the western votes^which mafic him speaker were obtained^for him in this city, in the offices of bank^^ing houses which have great railroad con^^nection in Kansas and other western^states. If these cor|^orutious have really^Is'cn interesting themselves iu In half of^Mr. Reed- and we regret to say that there^is very little doubt of it^it can only be lie-^cause they think tbey have reason to be^^lieve they can use him for tiieir purposes.^Thus the outlook for u pure and honest^conduct of legislation in the present con^^gress is not the best.
KtRVlsethe Tariff.^From the Chicago Tribune.
Nowthe republican party has the presi^^dency untl both bouses of congress, it must^carry out and complete the work of tariff^revisit in. Ttie 7*i ilntnr insist ,as it baa done^ever sine*' the question became a practical^issue about 10 years ago, that the republi^^can party must revise the tariff and lower^taxes tti the extent that it can tlo so with^^out exposing home industries and labor to^injurious foreign competition.Republicans^of course, will not deal with the tariff from^a free trade standpoint, but while keeping^within the lines of protectionist principles,^they cun effect material ttcnetits for con^^sumers without depriving producers of^ailcfpiate protection. The republican party^is pledged to such revision of the turitf,^and now that it has the power in its bauds^must accomplish it.
Kx-SeaatorJonas of Florida.
Fromthe New York Hun.
Thecase of ex-Senator Jones, of Flor^^ida is very peculiar. He is still living in^Detroit. It is four or Ave years since be^first went there a United States senator,^it widower, and u man of moderate means,^with u family of sons and daughters, and^u pleasant home of bis own in Florida,^lie paitl court to the heiress of a large^estate, but was unsuccessful. He inter^^ested many of the foremost persons of^the city by reason of his brilliant mind^mill contagious cltHiuclice, us well as by^his posit ion ; but u change bus taken^place ill this res|m^ct by reason of his con^^tinued stuy in the city. I liable to remain^longer at a In del he, years ago, modified^the expense of his maintenance, until to^^day his state is fur from being enviable.^He fancies himself |htsccutetl because he^is u Catholic, ami says part of the plot^against him is to force him to leave De^^troit. Therefore, he will not budge. He^spends the greater part of his time indit^^ing letters tti friends and acquaintances^iu the city. Time aud time again his^people have gone from Detroit to Florida^to urge him hi return to his home. Before^his term ^ii the senate expired tbey^assured him that he could be returned to^his seat iu that body, which is true, as he^is said to Im^ the moat popular Floridati^alive. But he says be likes Detroit, and^has as gtssl a right there as any other^^nan, an assertion which is indisputable.
Cardinal(tittbotia has decided that he^will not In^ able to make his contemplated^trip to Mexico thin year.
K.S. Stokes, of the Hoffman House.^Sew York, is said to l^e negotiating for^the control of the Quincy House, Boston.
CardinalNewman in reported to Is- in^licttcr health tlutu for several mouths^past. He is now iu the KMh year.
Thedecree conferring too decoration of^Knight of the Legion of Hulioru|miii J. L.^Sargent, the American painter, lias been^published iu Paris.
Thesubject of Koliert U. IngerMoll's ud^dress ts-forc the Star Bar associutitin i f^New York, at Albany, January 1:5, will be^^H'rimes against Criminals.
CaptainHamilton Murrell, of the steam^^ship Missouri, is with friends ut Mount^Holly. N. J., suffering from u serious af^^fection of his eyes. The trouble, however,^is thought tti be but temporary.
B QlHIIlia Holliday, of Winchester.
Va..has started eat another tour of^world. He wiU go from New York to San^Francisco via Panama, thence to the Sand-^wieh and Karnoan Itlaarls. New^Tasmania, Australia and Africa.
FromOcean.^A trim craft^Tailoring.^Tailpieces of ocean^Fins.^A practice ship^Courtship.^A water tower^An iceberg.^A breaker^The City of Paris.^Seasickness^A yachting fever.^A down-y couch^The ocean bed.^A Jolly-boat^The craft of funny men.^A FHB* under steam^The teakettle.^A bad breaker-The careless steward.^A deceased count^A dead reckoning.^The milky way^To the cheese factory.^A eraxy craft^The bark of a mad dog.^A Yankee skipper^ The Canadian refu-
Aearthenware vessel^A continental^basin.
Tarand feathers^Jack and Mother^f ary's chickens.
..^^)^i .^T*n ^ bad sleeper^Tosses on^his bed all night.
(teemvoyagers enj .y one a van tag
overtheir overland brethren - . iiev ^r^get stained with the dust of travel.
Publisher'sagent (on his semi-annual^hunt after plunder) : ^Can't I get your^order for some of the new geographies we^are getting out, squire^4' School trustee:^44Wa-al, I tliuino; we haven't been uain'^those last ones but a few months.^ Pub^^lisher's agent: ^But these contain the^correct name of the new government of^Brazil! Do you want to be behind the^times^
Someone had given a beggar two cents.^Beliaarius weighs them in his bund, and^then turns upon his benefactor and in^tones of ill-concealed contempt anks:^^Warn guv'ner, aud what may yer be^spent In;1 that l's agoin' fer tertlo wid two^cents^^ '^I'd advise you to give lhem to^the first poor person you meet who really^need* them.
PhiladelphiaMother: Susie, what is^that awful noise
Susie(in horrified accents) : Willie is^dropping pins on the pavement.
PhiladelphiaMother: William Penn,^come right in the house this instant! 1 am^surprised! Do you want to disturb the^whole town T
AnKxeeptlon.^From the 1'lttsburK Chronicle.
Everythingmust shut up Sunday,^^said the policeman to Mr. Caution as he^leaned tin the front gate and asked for a^light for bis toby.
Mr.Caution stole a glance over his^shoulder to see who was on the front^porch and whispered: ^Can you enforce^that on wives
'Upon my soul,^ excluimod Mrs. Fly-^nroutid, ^1 never saw such an old gadder^in all my life us that Mrs. Nc-verhomo is.^Actually, yesterday I called seven times^at her house and couldn't get in once!
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