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Asa compact state paper, exact in its^details, pointed in all that it recom^^mends, broad in the sco|^e of topics^treated and unerringly patriotic in its^purpose, the message of tiovernor^Toole is a credit to its author. This^maiden message does ample credit to^Montana's first governor. It is not so^long but that every intelligent citizen^can read it from end to end, and its^crisp survey of public quest ions rentiers^any editorial summary difficult and, at^the same time, unnecessary.
Inits earlier paragraphs, the message^discusses questions relating to tIm^^proper care of prisoners and insane^persons. In the (iovemoi's opinion^there should be no haste in providing^buildings for the several state institu^^tions for which Montana is soon to be-^eome responsible, but his judgment is^that the locality for these establish^mcnts may wisely 1k^ Axed at un early^day. Wholesome reform will follow if^the legislature heeds the suggest ions uf^the tJovernor in regard to the fee sys^^tem in its relation to county officials.^Regarding public lands, the question of^irrigation, the matter of the sale ami^distribution of water, and es|^ecially in^all that is said in reference to whole^^some restraints in the organization of^corporations, fSovernor Toole's views^will doubtless command the hearty as^^sent of every citizen in the state.
Oneof the most import ant of the^(rovernor's recommendations is that^which urges the legislature to take^steps without delay for an amendment^to the constitution providing that pop^^ulation shall be the basis of representa^^tion in the state senate. The exciting^debate in the constitutional conven^^tion, which ended with giving one sen^^ator to each c lunty, will t.e remem^^bered. The measure was warmly^opposed at the time and the question is^eminently one on which the people^should pass opinion. As to registra^^tion, the message points out the hard^^ships entailed in last autumn's ena^^rience and suggests limitations which^would operate as a relief while not in^^terfering with an honest vote.^The (iovernor favors the Australian^plan for elections, under certain amend^^ments which are clearly indicated in^the message. Appeal is made for the^early establishment of terms for the^supreme court esj^ecially to the end^that the confusion in Silver How^county respecting courts there, ^ which^is humiliating to the pride of every cit^^izen,^ may be brushed away.
Itis to l^e hoped that every candid^citizen of Montana will read the para^^graph of the message in which ^iov^^ernor Toole states his own relations to^the recognition of either of the contend^^ing houses at Helena. It merits pern^sal because, in a sense.it is a ^word^personal,^ between the chief executive^of the state and its |^eople. It is enti^^tled to candid reception on the part of^every fair-minded man because it is the^exact truth.
THE.alarm QUESTION^Yesterday morning the Stamiaku^directed attention to statements made^before the Hutte city council relative^to the tire alarm service in this city.^These were credited tot'hief Thomes.^They were false, and the Staniiakii^said so. (ientlemen in this city whose^names were used by Mr. Thomes deny^that they ever used the language im^^puted to them.
Ina letter printed yesterday in the^Hutte Inter Mountain, Mr. Thomes re^^marks that he ^gets a very severe rak^^ing ill the Stani^ahi^^ for the part he^took in securing the (Saynor service for^Butte. Surely Mi. Thomes got nothing^of the sort; we do not discover that he^is on the high road to martyrdom be^^cause of patriotic service he may have^rendered in behalf of the Hutte public.^His townsmen will hardly claim that^this newspaper has abused him. We^did say that gentlemen in this city were^dishonestly quoted in the presence of^the Hutte alderman, and yesterday's^letter from Mr. Thomes does not put^in any denial. We added that the en^^tire effort of Mr. Thomes and his asso^^ciates, during their visit to Anaconda,^seemed to be to hunt for opportunity^to find possible Haws in the liuine-^well system rather than to test its mer^^its, as if the visitors were in quest for^some excuse for introducing the rival^plan which Hutte has since adopted.^However that may be. the Stamiakd'k^comments of yesterday stand the tes^^timony given before the Hutte council^regarding the standing of the (iaine^well system here was false and unfair.
Beyondthis the Stani^mm^ has not^undertaken to pass any judgment on^the action of the memliers of the conn^eil in Butte. The columns of a news^^paper are not needed to announce tin-^fact that the adoption of the tiaynoi^system was an unpleasant surprise to^the public. It costs more than the
(iamewell.it is largely an experiment,^and it will cost a good deal more money^to operate than the system that was^discarded. It is certainly to be hoped^that the ^ Jay nor will demonstrate its^merit and that Hutte is not to be an^^noyed with an imperfect alarm service.
IfMr. Thomes has seen some years^of experience in the Boston lire depart^^ment, he will admit that no gentlemen^residing in Hutte have witnessed, in^Salt Lake or elsewhere, what any^trained lire man would call a practical^test of the Caynor system. However,^that is Butte's affair. We said yester^^day that the system used in this city^was misrepresented in Hutte; and that^fact remains.
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Thebrutal prize fight of Sunday was^common talk in the streets of Hutte all^day Monday, but for some reason liest^known to the officials, no arrests were^made until late Monday night. The^officers relate their great surprise at not^finding fiallagher at home when they^finally arrived. It is probable that Mr.^fiallagher got tired of waiting ami it is^not at all surprising that he was not^found. Men who are wanted for mur^^der don't generally take the trouble to^place themselves in the way of the law.^and if (iallagher is not caught it will^only lie another incident of the incom^^petence of certain Butte officials.
WhatMarshal McArthur or any one^else for that matter '^thought^ is no ex^^cuse whatever for this blunder. Public^officers are not su pposed to do any great^amount of this sort of ^thinking^ when^actual facts are so easily obtainable.
TheST.\Nl^.\ltl^ doesn't care to criti^^cise the action of Marshal McArthur^particularly, but it is as plain as a^pikestaff that some one in Silver How^county is to blame for (iallagher not^being under arrest. In one sense, of^course, (iallagher is himself to blame,^for he should have waited patiently^until it was decided who should make^the arrest.
Withtwo sheriffs, a district attorney,^city marshal and other officers too nu^^merous to mention, it is not surprising^if some ^thinking^ is done by the tax^^payers when such blunders as this^occurs.
Therecent disclosures of rottenness^among Mormon officials of Salt Lake is^a lifting climax to the investigation of^the endowment house oaths. It would^seem that a part of the Mormon belief^is to steal right and left everything in^sight. The disclosure at Salt Lake are^startling yet not surprising. The pol^^icy of fraud and thievery which has^ruled for years is being held up to pub^^lic scorn, anil the rule of the latter-day^saints is drawing to a close.
Theinvestigation l^efore Judge An^^derson proved conclusively that the fol^^lowers of Mormon teachings do not^make good citizens, and the more^recent investigation by the grand^jury has conclusively demonstrated^that Mormons make the worst kind of^city and county officials.
Alittle 3-7-77 law would work won^^ders in the land of latter-day saints.
Sincethe tire that swept valuable^pro|M-rty at the corner of Main and^(iranite streets in Butte a good deal of^contention has been going on in the^press of that city regarding the meth^^ods of insurance companies and the^conduct of adjusters representing^them. It is a little quarrel that hits^not interested the Stanoaiiii and its^readers. The fact docs not esca|ie our^attention, however, that the MM^Mercantile Company freely offered,^weeks ago, to settle with the insur^^ance people for the sum of 940.UIO.^That offer was refused. Insurance tal^^ent took up the work, and it now ap^pears that the companies pay ^MW.^ 1511.25.^The careful reader will wonder how the^prudently managed insurance com^^panies managed to allow the two bits^included in the Above figures. Ilegard-^iug the outcome, the commercial world^will be especially interested in the fact^that the old linn is dead, anil that it^has a successor in M. .1. Council, to^whose sagacious management ami bus^^iness tact the success of the house in^past years is chiefly due.
Apoint in finance is raised in con^^nection with the failure of the war de^^partment to go into mourning for ,lef-^ferson Davis. The Washington I'ost^declares that, whenever the department^is draped, the expense to the govern^^ment exceeds 8lu,(n)0. This extrava^^gant style of mourning for ex officials^is entirely without warrant and is a^useless waste of money. It would be a^good idea if the precedent established^in the case of Mr. Davis were to hold^with regard to all retired officers. It is^well enough to deplore the death of^men who have rendered faithful public^service, but tea thousand dollars worth^of grief in the shape of war-department^dra|^ery isn't worth what it costs either^to the dead or the living.
IgnatiusDonnelly is rc|M^rtcd to Ihj very^ill. Ittu-ou as a steady diet is not health^^ful.
Mr.Juck (iallwrlicr seem* to Ito one of^Hutti-'s IcitdiiiK citizens, lc.tiling princi^^pally witli liix left.
Thef.il-ity of tltcproposition that might^^ ^lakes right was illustrated ill the sixtieth^rouiKl when Mr. (^alluKlicr'x right wuh^actually broken l^y Mr. Ward's might.
Accordingto the- press ili~p;itclios,^Ife'infM declares tliut he will ^devote his^lift- to hunting down the men who killesl^Cronm.^ We don't like to distrust a^man's sincerity, hut it strikes an outsider^that this llcggs the ipict em.
WhileMrs. ('ougliliu laments that tin-^verdict tuts broken her heart, she should
reflectthat the dsmai* to that ^will^he a good deal pleasantor for her to boar,^and on the whole more curable, than a^similar injury to Dan's nock would have^been.
AWashington dentist la advertising in^the Pott that be will give (GUI for a sound^front tooth of a healthy young white man,^the tooth to he transplanted into the jaw^of a rich patient. Montana prise-fighters^desiring to increase their income should^make a note of this.
Theeditor of the Yakima I lay fi*j^u/^-^liran now writes his letters on paper that^cost 41UU a quire. It is a part of the^stock brought from Corvallis last Week^for election tickets, for which a special^train was chartered from the Oregon Pa^^cific Kailroad.
Aman died at Madison, Neb., the other^day, says the Omaha Her, from cause*^which the doctors could not understand.^An autopsy revealed five jaekknives in^his stomach. It is well known that jack-^knives arc difficult to digest, and to eat^more than two at a time is highly in^^judicious.
Itdoes not p^y to fool with the Ariaona^journalist. The Ten^|^e New* bad a de^^linquent advertiser. The editor man took^out the ad and replaced it by the follow^^ing: ^This upaoo was tuken by ^-. Ho
owea% ^ for it and won't pay. Look out^for him.^ The advertiser got mad and^obtained ait injunction restraining ttie^publication, but a judge dissolved the in^^junction.
Ina recent Ciiieago case, application^was made for the granting of a divorce in^the ultHcuco of the lady complaillunt, her^counsel alleging that she was sick in New^York and unable to appeur. Then the^judge delivered biniMcIf of this irresistible^legal axiom : ^If the lady is sick and dies,^she will not want a divorce, and if she gets^well und lives, she must come into court.^^Some good is coming out of Chicago ^s^well as Nazareth of old.
Ofhis own accord and without the cus^^tomary injunction* of the populat e ring^^ing in his cars, although perhaps the^rcmemlicraiifc of their continued appeals^served as an additional incentive to him,^Mr. (iallagher seems to have let her go^last Sunday. Having done so. by that^strange perversity of the human mind^there now ap|tcur* to be a |h^pular de^^mand for Gallagher to go too. And as^there is some indctlniteiicss ami uncer^^tainty attached not only to the |^crsouality^indicated by the. feminine pronoun but to^the destination ^she^ had in mind when^(iallagher permitted her to depart, it^would Is- well |k-rliaps in order to remove^all doubt of the outcome to send Mr.^Gallagher in the same direction as that^just taken by the late Mr. Ward.
Judgingfrom a perusal of the cditori.il^page of the Itetl Litiijr I'irkft, an Indian^uprising with all the horrors of a thor^^ough and comprehensive midnight massa^^cre is now imminent. The editor has^brought forth from his wigwam all^hi* paint, tomahawks and scalping^knives, und swears by all the happy^hunting ground* of the departed war^^rior* of the still powerful tribe of Hottdoo*^that he will drench his hands ill the gore^of the editor of the Helena /m/r/v-.ttnVf.^even if in order to accomplish hi* fell^purpose he has to sack the city and com^^mit murder, pillage and rapine upon all^its inhabitants. Grim-visugcd war is^abroad, and the shrill war-whoop of the^Itrtl IamUj* I'ickrt is tile signal for the^slaughter. Yet, it is hoped, ami there^is every reason to Is-lieve, that if the^editor of the t'iekrt and the editor of the^intle/ienitent ever come into collision there^will be the sume courteous conference^ending in the pursuit of the same humane^policy as that adopted at the memorable^meeting of the governors of the twot.'ur-^olinas. _____
Nunilcrshad H little trick,
'Twitsfull of many a quirk;^Anil everywhere that Sanders Weill
There'lli^c some monkey work.
Sandersgot old Knnwles to help.
Thetwo Blade quite a team;^old KiiowIch he did the monkey inn.
WhileSanders laid tile scheme.
trick in llutte
Theywent anil played the trie^Which was iigaiiist the law;^It made the children laugh and play
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Tosee Knowles wag his jaw.
till,sis- the funny little trick!
Thechildren all did shout:^^It founts the losers in, hegosh.
Andknocks the winners out.
ToHelena then Sanders went.
Andcried alo d in glee:^^i have another little trick.
Whichall straightway shall secC
Hutwhen in Helena he'd played
Ascore or more of tricks.^He found he'd cot himself into
AShoot of a IK.
A M licit Too Similiter Hop*.
Fromthe ^'liic;igo Tribune.
HornPedro i* reported as saying he will^go back to Hra7.il whenever the |tcopl^^ call^him. They will never flo it, Hrothcr^Pedro. Kepiiblics in this ago of tin- world^do not crawfish.
Knoughto l*n*slo Anjlrad;.
Weheard a darky say Saturday that be^owned a pig and one day gave it a bucket^of mush. Said the darky: ^He eats tie^whole bucketful of mush, and den I put^de dcrti little cuss in de bucket auil lie^didn't nil it up half full.^ The question^for philosophers to settle la, what becaruo
ACabinet Haberdasher.^From the Providence Telegram.
Oticthing seems to lie certain : Wane-^maker, however devoted be may he to the^duties of bis office, does not forget his^halicrdasher shop in Philadelphia. Nor^need be. We do not look now so much as^in earlier days for the dignity and deco^^rum in official lift* which our theory of^government presup|s^s^^s.
ForWant of I toons.
Fromthe Iietrnil Free Press.
JohnThomas He*lcp, an Knglish lad,^ha* microsopic sight, und call see a* far^with the naked eye as any one can see^with un ordinary t^'leseo|Ma. lit* says that^the leg of an ordinary housefly ap|^cura us^big as a finger to him. ami he at first mi|s^Ismeil them to lie vultures. What he sees^ill a glass of l*-or in well worth recording,^but is crow ded out of this issue.
KelralnUI pott National Hanks.
Fromthe New York t'ouimrrcial lliilletln.
Itis gratifying to note among the west^^ern paper* a growing appreciation of the^necessity of ameliorating the elisting op-
livelegal restraints upon the national^banks. The St. Paul Pioaoor /Vsss re^^marks : ^The subsidence of currency^agitation and the decay of the greenback^party has permitted the public to form a^calm and juat opinion of the national^banking system; and it is safe to say that^there was never a time when popular dis^^trust of It had so far waned and popular^favor so sensibly strengthened aa to-day.^^We notice like symptom* in other leading^western journals. It is to lie tloped west^^ern representatives and senators will keep^pace with the improving judgment of the^press on this subject.
ANov lag- String.^From the Chicago Tribune.
Itis surely not forgotten that Col. Bob^Ingoraoll once said: ^ In the dark night^of death bo|ie sees a star and listening^love ay catch the rustling of a wing.^^His latest utterances, upon which excit^^able corn** | Mini Ion ts base the statement^that he is becoming a convert to Chris^^tianity, are no stronger in that direction^than tile words we have quoted. There^has always been a string tied to the Col^^onel's atheism.
OnoUIombo of Hsnar
Fromthe Albany Argus.
Afow democratic employes in the ser^^vice of the government who have so far^cscuped the official guillotine must feel^easier since the president, in bis message,^has assured them that they should be al^^lowed to remain ill their places if they con^^vince just political opponents tliat they^have no party bias. Imagine a demo^^cratic i^ost master trying to convince Clark-^son that he was neutral in politics, or^Green It. liauni ladling out pension* with^an impartial hand, with democrats wait^^ing on him! President Harrison's dull^message has one gleam of humor, and that^is when he undertakes to speak of civil^service reform.
Mine,tie Due, the wife of the Swedish^ambassador at Paris, is a distinguished^laiid*ca|Mi painter.
Mrs.Lord, sister of Mrs. Harrison, who^died in Washington Tuesday, was the^witlow of Russell Lord, at one time presi^^dent of the Delaware dc Hudson canal^company.
CharlotteM. Young, the historical wri^^ter, has written and published exactly loo^books. She is now engaged upon her^lOlst work, to be published shortly.
Vice-PresidentMorton lias already^achieved the distinction of being the best^dressed man in Washington.
JeanIngelow lives in a great cream^colored house in a wide old garden in^Kensington.
JohnG. Whittier will lie 82 years old^next Tuesday, and is so enfeebled liy ill^^ness that he will not be able to receive his^friends as has liccti his custom.
Kx-SpeakerCarlisle la a great worker,^and as a democratic leader on the floor of^the house lie will lie under a heavier^strain than when he presided over its de^^liberations. Hi* health, which is not ro^^bust, improved during his term as speak^^er, and his friends fear that he will again^overwork himself on the floor.
CongressmanKundall occupies a small^ami very modest bouse on an unfashion^^able street near the capitol in Washing^^ton.
Mrs.Kolicrt McKee, daughter of Mrs.^Harrison, will attend to all of society's re^^quirements at the white house this sea^^son on account of the death of the latter's^sister, Mrs. Lord.
Prof.^ ^rris, of Princeton, director off the^American school at Athens, attended the^recent marriage of the crown prince of^Greece, and was present at the entertain^^ment afterward given in honor off the^royal pair. Prof Orris writes that the^king of Greece manifested warm interest^in the American school, and that on No^^vember 7 the Prince of Wales, with Sir^Kdward Munsou and the secretaries of^the British legation, visited the school.
MissMaude Cottam, daughter of the^city editor of a New Albany, Intl., pa|^er,^has licou appointed a deputy collector of^internal revenue. Miss Cottam created a^sensation ill Jolforsoiivillo by visiting the^different saloons on business connected^with her office, which was the first intima^^tion the public hud of her appointment.
U'OylyCarte is a millionaire, but be^made his money by marrying his ty|s-^writer. Miss Helen Leonir, an English girl^who can manage operas, troupes better^than most men. She makes all contracts.^The Cartes urn building a big hotel in^London and are running two theatres.
AFlorida lawyer tells a Now York Trib-^mm corrcs|^otidf lit this story of practice^down on Indian river: The lawyers down^there were gotsj uutured, indolent fellows,^who never had their cases ready for trial^when called. The judge had often been^forced to spend a week in the close little^court-house anil at the dreadful hotels,^when two days' prompt work would have^wiped off the calendar. He had scolded^and threatened to no purpose many a^time. ^Court Week^ was a semi-annual^celebration down there, the ^crackers^^gathered iii from far and near, and the^Uivern-kee|K'rs expected to make a good^thing of it ami were seldom disappointed.^But the judge determined to teach tbem a^lesson on this occasion.
Heoitciied court promptly, with the re^^sult that one-half the dases on the calen^^dar were called before counsel began to^arrive. (^f the other half not a single^case was ready. Kvery lawyer had a wit^^ness missing, or a juror late, or some^legal formality yet to be complied with,^and all noted bow affable the judge was^in grunting u few hours' time on the most^trivial plea. Filially, when the clerk of^the court announced that no more cases^were on the calendar, the judge gravely^replied:
Mr.Clerk, all these cases are contin^^ued until next term. This court is going^fishing.
Nextterm was six months off and there^was great indignation, hut the old judge^could not lie prevailed upon to change his^mind.
iutaa Awful Hcara.
Fromthe riut-atni Times.
Asmall, oiic-muii riot disturbed the^quiet Sabbath evening serenity in the^freaks' Itounliiig bouse on West Madison^street, near the museum, last night. No^one wa* hurt, but a very pathetic incident^occurred during the reign off terror.
Thehouse is patronized exclusively by^museum people, freaks and actors, and^the place was full of the in. Among the^actors wa* u wdtl ami woolly cowboy with^hairy pants, sombrero, anil spurs, who lias^Ims-11 playing in a museum wild west com^^pany. Ahout 11 p. iii. this desperate indi^^vidual got drunk ami went charging^through the house flourishing a big gun
anda knife two feet long. He said bo^going to slay a few tends I foot for break^fast, and, fearful lest he should carry out^bis design, the landlady sent for a police-
Inthe meantime the tough cowboy^charged into a room occupied by a young^male albino^one of those fellows with a^busby head of white hair^where he com^^menced to hack the furniture with his^knife and shoot at the gas jet. The^frightened albino hopped out of bed and^plunged into the hall, where he ran into^the arms of the policeman, who had just^arrived.
GoodLord! man,*' exclaimed the of^^ficer in feeling accents as he gased at the^trembling albino's briatleing, snow-white^hair, ^ hut you must got an awful scare.
INA NUTSHELL.^Prom the Boston Courier. ~
Itis the unmarried lady who can give^her sisters points on the art of now to^manage a husband.
Theball season is here again, and, sad^to say, many a man who goes to a ball^gets on a bat before It is over.
Theway to keep a husband home even^^ings is to give him the baby to bold just^for a minute, then skip out and go over to^mother's and spend the evening.
Thereis considerable difference between^the sober man and the ^man who fre^^quently smiles,^ but it is the sober man^who has the best reason for smiling.
Thisis about the time that the advice is^given, ^Never go to bed with cold feet.^^Where then is one to go with them^^Down in the celler or out In the street, or^to the hospital and have them cut off ^^We should imagine the best place for cold^feet would be ill bed, where they have a^better chance to get warm than by sitting^with tbem on the stoop.
Won*Him Ono Hotter.
Fromthe Philadelphia Inquirer.
Thesoil in Kentucky.^ said the colo^^nel, wiping bia whiskers, ^is so rich that^vegetables are grown to order while you^wait.^ ^That's nothing,^ put in the liar^from Camden. ^On my farm over in^Jersey we can't allow the horse* to stand^a moment in the Ileitis for fear their hoofs^will take root und the animals grow up to^lie elephants. I made u three-legged^inilklng-stool the other day out of freshly^cut sapiilings and stood it in the barn^^yard. The next morning I found in its^place a black walnut extension diuing-^tuble. If I hadn't sawed the legs oil' close^to the ground I might have hud u whole^parlor suit in a day or two.
ACollege Hoy's Franks.^From the New Haven Register.
Yesterdaymorning when Prof. Cross^went to bis recitation room he found the^key-bole plugged with putty so that it was^impossible for him to unlock the door. The^students gathered around him greatly^pleased at his discomfiture. However, he^Is a mun tif determination and one not to^be bothered with trifles. After many vain^endeavors to get into the room he gave it^up, and telling his class to follow him he^started for the chapel. The boys formed^iM'hind him in Indian file and marched^Is bind in Indian tile singing the Omega^Lamda Chi marching song.
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