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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE u, 1890.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR.
TnmWlteM Piper o* Deer Lodge County.
Drtlvrredl^y carrier or mull at ilnllari a^year, three iliilUrs a iiuarter ^ir our^dollar m month.
Uthe onty dully new^|wper Willi teleiiTS|ili illt-^iiati t^. ^ 111 PSS* I^h1k^- eoiiuly. It print*^unre telt'itraplili' liewn than any other^MMJgpaj lu Montana.
Crtrmpondfin'eand tmnlneat letter! should lie
Cornerof Main and Tlilrd itreeU, Anaconda,^Montana.
WK.IXKSI^AV. -H NK 11. 1HH0.
Ifsomebody would kindly pull down^^hat I At- monument and pass it through^t stone crusher. Senator Infills would^!^e liap|^y. Hut until then there is no^pVMpMl of this cruel war ever coming^to an end.
TheOhio papers are comment dig^upon the conspicuous alienee of For-^aker from the recent tinrlield detlicii^!ion. hut they should remeinher that^the ex-governor is still too husy attend^ing his own funeral to Ik- present at^any other ohseipties.
Thesum of Mki.um for t leopatra's^bones seem a trille high, hut even at^i hut figure Chicago could easily make^a prolit out of them. After they h;i\e^served their purpose at the world's fair^they should lie cut into the proper^lengths and sold to the end men of^minstrel companies. Ilgypt's ^|iteeii^can still make a noise in the world and^not half try.
SenatorINiS'er, w hove knou u-tt^v of iiion.-tat ^^^ h-ih t-;unl (mill n-.il BSSMSU 'v SMasUlM iery^HioioiiitIi and wt^ |h.n tu .il. w ill ^. ttanils lie
li aid on tills Millie.| '^Ml. II Is Ik liewil, ^ III -ll|
|Hirtthe .lours lull mid u|i|ioiie tin- Imhim* lull.^Ililtti I nh I Vhmii/iiIm.
Wepronounce this sentence the lill^est hit of sarcasm that has lieen printed^in Montana in seventeen months. And^we are confident that our judgment on^the lines will lie approved hy every man^in Montana who knows anything ithout^Tower's mental range or who has ever^lieen unfortunate enough to Ik' in Pow^^er's presence when he has tried to make^a siieech.
Therule ot tin- sta\ l^.\ItH othee is^to go to press every day in the week.^1 he fact that it is the only newspaper^in till western Montana to follow this^rule, has done much toward making^the Srwnutii popular with the pub ,^lie. There come days now and then. |^however, when a newspaptf would sep^^arate itself from a friendship it prizes^hy declining to depart from its ordinary^habits. Such a day is at hand. Not^long iigo a committee representing the^Miners' I nion of llutte rei|nested the^HTAXDAM) to omit its issue of Situr^day morning in order Ihat its forces^may have opportunity t^^ take part in^Friday's demonstration. 'I'he rci|iii^d^was cheerfully met. Accordingly, the^Standard dipt its colon to the Uin
I- I nion and wishes its nicinliers i^-invessl nl dav.
WORDSAND AOR^^I'eople ill this western MMMtr) will^lenienils-r what Thomas I How hard^I Iced remarked last week when he was^.iskerl to keep hands oil and give silver^a fair chance. It was eminently proper^to ask this much of Mr. Iteed because^confessedly, tin* cause of silver had a^safe majority in the house of repre^sciitatixc*. Mr. Heed knew that: and^he discovered that it required a vigor^oils application of the gag law to break^the majority.
SpeakerIteed has always been the^enemy of silver. When lie was mak^^ing campaign speeches in Montana,^last year, his record on the ipiestion^was exposed, some of the republican^newspapers pitched in headlong with^denials of the record, but Mr. Heed^himself was more adroit he simply^ignored the charge and was suave with^his professions of friendship. Mr.^Heed is not a man of gracious manner,^lie is in fact so uncouth as to lie little^less than a boor, and his language was^thoroughly characteristic last week^when he declared:
IIn Northwest, and ajsjgsMk Ih*' fool lie*^Males, haw ln-eu Well In-ali-d liy this nniuti ss.^and in all Ihinits rflorl lias lieen nia4sto allow^neiiled tot al leicislalion lo In- |^a^*ed, and it is^asknit' a |H i' 'I' -^1 I^ lia\e a Mixer lull fiain. .1
iiithen Interest and lo till'ilftl llllelft ot tin l ast.
Thisill teni|M red talk is a match lor^the language used on the stump in^Montana MM evening last September^when Speaker Heed, smarting under a^reference from the audience to his sj|^ver record, shouted out. ^Montana will^lie republican anyway. I'he people^that come out hen- from the I'.ast will^make it so.
speaker Heed is iindiih tender re^^garding anything that might hapis'ii to^the ^detriment of the I'.ast.^ Ilisoth^cial inlluence and position are the pos^session of the I'.ast. He is a part ol the^political projierty of that section, and a^sponsor for corporal ions, as Windnni is.^and Mckinley and the w hole gang that^is running the administration. The^^ use with which these republican item^agogues have hoodwinked thousands of^I mm 11 ile in the West is remarkable.^Whvn the\ nominated Harrison the)^made a square pledge to restore silver^to its place in the ciineiicx. and t he^Wcs1 11 listed thrill. When they prom^ised to order t lie needed revision of the^twill inir peiipli .i lid ed them W hen^Heed professed himself an honest
friendof silver, several new^pa|^ers ac^ceptetl the announcement in Rood^faith. When Windoni said that the^West could feel at ease about the lead^tariff question, he wan credited with^sincerity. (In that question, so con^^servative a newspaper as the Salt Hake^Ti ilnuit felt warranted in announcing,^so long ago as vptember SI, IKNH:^^We have the asurance regard^ing the question of the duty^on lead, that the assistant sec^retary of the treasury has found for^us ami that his ruling only awaits the^formal sanction of Secretary Windoni.^We have a right to feci satislied w ith^the oiithink but also the rigid to com^^plain at the tedious, and it seems to us^altogether needless, delay in formu^^lating that result.^ The lYAMM did^not dremn that the delay was to tie^lengthened till May.
Thisis another of the broken prom^^ises witli which the West had to put^up. Mr. Windoni discovered that the^duty might possibly lie ^to the detri^^ment of the Kast.^ In the end the lead^duty was saved in the house of repre^sentatives by the democrats. The men^who fought hardest for free lead when^the filial vote on this question was^pending were Hopkins and I'unston^and Schlhack and Kelly and others^republicans, all of them. 'I'he vote was^122 to |u|. and the duty was saved by^the friendly help of democrats who ab^^stained from voting and we venture^to say that Mr. Hu Hois anil Mr. ^ arter^will admit as much.
TheWest has a long score to settle^with l.'eed and the lest of them.
THEWAY THEY HAVE.
Inits time the I nion I'acilic man^agemeiit has done some very curious^things for the ^alleged best interests of^the company.^ In shops and others^between Omaha and I'ocatello it has^MM maintaining subordinates whose^chief business it has been to injure one^another hy the conveyance of all sorts^of tattle to general headquarters.
luthis way the supposed best inter^esls of the road have often been served^hy the removal of competent railroad^men and the appointment of uiiquali-^lied pinheads to the vacancies tbus cre^^ated. I If this class of incompetents the^I nion I'acilic lias employed enough to^make a battalion. There have been^times when a man has needed to be a^very pronounced ignoramus in railroad^a Hairs in order to hold a place in the^I' nion I'acilic service.
Yetthe road in question has had at^times some excellent ollicers at posts of^iii^|K^rtancc. lu the judgment of peo^^ple hereabouts I iencral Manager Dick^ltistui. of the Missouri division, was one^ol these. The Montana public may be^mistaken in this, but now that his^resignation has been demanded ^for the^best interests of the company,^^their off hand conclusion will be^that he was too good a railroad^man to suit ilie needs of the road.^Montana's judgment may he wrong in^this, still, the Stand vim would easily^he tempted to wager that Mr. Hit-kin^son's retirement is due to an ^original^package'' of jealousy entertained^against MM by men who. in the judg^incut of the railroad wnrlil. are no^match for him in ability to render^elVu'iclit service. The I nion I'acilic^management MOTH in a MjMMllllll^way its blunders to perform. I'he^best interests of the company bring^about some curious changes which arc^wrought by nun whose real MOilW is^to look out lor the liest interests of^themselves.
Mr.Ihckinsiiii knows what it is to he^dismissed from the I nion I'acilic ser^^vice; be was retired once before and^then restored, but the present dismissal^is doubt less for keeps. On the day of^Mr. I iickinson's retirement first Vice^I'resident llolconih might truthfully^have telegraphed to rharlcs Francis^Adams: ^I now have the honor to re^^port that I have managed to discharge^every t horoiighly competent man w ho^has helil an otlice of responsibility on^the main line of the I nion I'acilic^railroad.^ I'rohahly several pretty^bright men are still with the company,^lint, if that is true, Mr. First N ice^I'resident llolconih is not aware of it.
TROUBLEAMONG THE FAITHFUL^It is disappointing to learn that the^members of the Itellamy club in ^iak^land, instead of living in accordance^w ith the principles ot universal broth^^erhood as promulgated by the founder^ol the new I'topia. have actually qitar^reled, called names, torn hair and^parted never to meet again at least on^terms of mutual friendship ami ad^^miration. 'I'he club started out all^right with a well delined policy ami all^that, hut trouble was quick a coining.^'I'he members unfortunately did not^all 111ink alike NMM became iiuhueil^with the idea that their beads were of^a markedly su|ierior si/e as compared^with the intellectual seats of others.^I lillerences arose, schisms appeared,^fact ion* developed and last Thursday^night eighteen members got up ami^walked out. banging the door helumi^them and vowing that they would^start an opposition Itellamy society of^t heir ow n in w hich reason and intelli^^fence would prevail instead of the^medieval ignorance, tyranny and^stupidity in which the Mi organization^was thoroughly steeped
Oneis led to fear that the new sun^ety is not strictly orthodox. The^eighteen secessionists have evidently
presumedtake additions and nu
proveinentsupon the original gospel of^Hellamy. or at least to tliller materially^from the commonly accepted interpre^tation ot the text It is horrible lo^think of. lint the spirit ol tree thought^anil independent uiv e^l mat imi sii-ms to^be invading the church of ItlllMMT
skepticsanil agnostics may arise who^will repudiate Itellamy and declare^that, after all. he is not the stuff.^Transcendeutalists may spring Mp with^schemes of human happiness calcu^^lated to knock the tar out of Itellamy's^best. The Keformed Itellamists of^Oakland are probably hut the forerun^^ners of innumerable wets and denomi^^nations so widely at variance thai they^will never be able to get together a^result which will nei-essarily smash the^Itellainic idea of universal brotherhood^into a thousand pieces. It is sail to^contemplate, but until Hellamy or some^of his more advanced followers can^effect a radical change in human^nature, until they can make uniform^the quality and conformation of many^million different brains, men will differ^in their opinions, and get angry, and^quarrel, and light, and call each other^cranks, and idiots, and chumps, and^have a high old time till doomsday.
PARTCULARLY IMPRESSED^sanders and I'ower received from^Hutte a iljspatch which read quite like^the message that was addressed by^prominent gentlemen in that city to^Mr. Carter.
TheSi AMiAitn asks its readers not^to forget the circumstances under^which these dispatches happened tone^sent. The suggestion that prompted^their sending came from the members^of the national silver committee who^w ired a vigorous message to the Ore^I'roducers' Association at Salt Lake.^In order that the case may be frankly^stated, our liest course is to reprint the^dispatch just its it was received m salt^Hake and repeated to Hutte. It reads^like this:
f'oininiilliiati' with lepllldiean stale and^MNMV i-otiunitii-es ami I'rotnlnent rMSMM^of Molilalia, Colorado ami I tali. lo re-
tuest the senators from Nevada. Colo^^rado and Montana and Senator Mitchell,^ot ^ irenoii. to hold iqi the lat in hill until a satis^^factory silver lull is iiassed. Six vntemmlv are re-
liured to tie up. Have the HeWN|Ni|Kis utile^against ImUioii redcmirtioti. If this is done ef^^fectively and i|tiiekly, a satisfai-lory sliver hill^w ill lie |^assed. I so lelecraph freely anil send
Iti II to silver commit tee. .Montana *c nalfi* should^he |iat'1ii'Mlarlv impressed vvilh MMMlaaoe ol
nITInV VI. Sll V Kit CoMVIi I I KK.
Thisis the dispatch to which the^salt Hake senders added in parenthesis.^^Carter dodged the question yester^^day.
Nobodyin Montana is linding any^particular amount of fault with Mr.^Carter because the republicans in the^house of representatives went almost^solidly against silver on Saturday's^final vote. The situation is well de-^lined in what he said to the Stan-^iiami's Washington correspondent at^ten minutes after I o'clock on the after^noon of that day. It was then that he^remarked:
MyinSiienee is not greater than that of the
entirereunliliean side, led hy S|ieHker KI, ami
I^ an only hope that the senate Kill move care^fully and consider the IntiTcHts of mi roust it u^cuts.
Hutwhat is the matter with Mon^^tana's so-called senators that they^should need to lie ^particularly im^^pressed r^ He it remembered that the^need of impressing these men was^never suggested by any of their critics j^or opponents in Montana, on the con^^trary, attention was called to the mat^ter by men in the I'.ast w ho gave active^personal attention to the debate as it^progressed in Washington who in their j^/eal for the cause exhorted the men of i^the West to he alert, and who warned ,^their tricinls that the 'Montana semi .^tors should he particular!) impressed.^^I low does it happen that the men who^ot all others should lie foremost in the^light were discovered to lie in need of^s|M'cial exhortation to duty -
Itcspnndiligto the request of the^national silver committee, several gen^^tlemen in Hutte sent a dispatch to^zanders and I'ower. The Si ANlrAltli^would not have joined in this under^any condition, because it believes^sanders to lie a state stealer and I'ower^a political NMMff. The time will never^come when this newspaper would^recognize their right to Is- in Washing^^ton by asking them to favor with^voice or vote any man however worthy^or any measure however urgent.
Hut.we re|s-at. the wonder is that^the active members of the silver com^^mittee should have discovered that, of^all men on the American continent,^sanders anil I'ower should need tube^^particularly impressed^ with the im^^portance of separating themselves^from republican domination on the^silver question.
Ilost, hi clergymen know in amy when^they see it. One of them the other day,^in tin-course of n sermon, ilcclarod that^^there never wuk more hiMiitifid women^than now, when Helens ami f|co|HltniM^an- prodilcisl Icy the thousands.^ This ,^^ii pretty subject for lloston's |^uMtor^ to lie
Ir. Mi lxeii/ie, the late Fui|ieror Kreder-^ick's siiriteon, im |NM| lo this country t^lecture. He wants^|m'ople.
takeany more kindly to the proposition^of the students than the oreraeers. It^tonka as if the boys were desirous of cov^^ering up the rod paint with a coat of^whitewash..
Mrs.Mary Smith askeil a IliiOuque, la.,^jury to make Thomas .Im k-nli Smith,who^hail giv en her a black ev e, give her Ito,-^tani Ih soles, hut the jury gav e her another^black eye hy rcilucilig her '.iiiii to a |ml-^ti v j.iii. Mrs. Smith's lug .1 onagi-s kcciii^to have lieen all in her eye.
TheModi'nt^ of Harvard college have^notified the overseers of that institution^that the men w ho usis.1 it il paint mi freely^upon the college statin s and buildings^the other ilay deserve punishment but^^ mini not Ih-found out hv detectives. In^consideration of the abandonment by the^overseers of their intention to set tbe de-^teetive agent y at work, the students^promised to pay for the damage done. At^a meeting of tin- overseers this action of^the students came in for sonic very' caus^^tic criticism, one niomlier of the hoard^del Tiring that not all tin money ill the |^college eoiild alone for the Injury that 1^the good mum of Harvard li.nl received. I^'I'he friends of tin [nstitllttofl will II^ '1 |
Anovelty in murders was introduced at^Peoria, III., lust Saturday when two men^lllling a third full of whisky carried^him nut of the saloon and laid him on a^pile of manure. The ammonia fumes^arising therefrom caused the man's death.^The attention of Zola should tie called to^tins original and happy conceit.
(.eorgeFrancis Train expresses the^opinion that the universe is a sucker, Mr.^Train should remember thut Tacoina is^only a fraction of the universe, and he^should not judge the whole hy a part.
WhenMrs. John Lalley of Chicago re^^quested her lord to go down stairs last^Saturday as she wished to sweep the bell-^room, Mr. Lalley drew a aft-calibre re^^volver and tired three shots at his wife^and two at himself, but both are still alive^and kicking and are likely to remain so^for some time to come. The next time^Mrs. I.alloy wishes to sweep she will^know enough to go ahead without insult^^ing her IiuhIuiiiiI by desiring him to with^^draw .
Thepressed brick combine will prol^-^ahly make a bit.
Mary'Anderson dee lares that after her^marriage she will settle down ill New-^York and keep house. She ought to make^a supc-ior houseki^e|ier for she is used to^gissl houses.
TheIngalls variety of rhetoric seems to^Ih- indigenous to Kansas. The Wichita^k'tiylr, a stuiinch republican eagle by the^w;iy. thus flaps its wings anil screams:^^The McKiulcy lull is an outrageous per^^formance. It is but a cheap monkey show^in the face of high heaven and of the^American people. It is an attempt to^make an angel of the devil w ithout abbre^^viating his tail or saw ing olf his horns.^^The h'.mili- gives utterance to rather more^truth than iss'try.
yiae's lime to smile.
Fromthe Minnca|NillsTrlhiine,^How happy II. Molality must Is-^On the i-nol. iniilst hed of the liillow v sea!^W hen he hears how hot it's in town^He'll Mass the day
Ain- i.l line.
FriMiiHie ^l. I^mis ^dolie licinocnit.
Tlii'Hued'Orlculis has |M eu pardoned^by President Carnot and has thus Im'cii^cut oil' from the opportunity of poising as^a martyr to patriotism and assumes the^attitude of an ambitious find.
Ivillistlon, the Vandal.
I-Tihiithe Itiittalo i'otiimeri'lal.
Shadesof u hundred poets, painters,^heroes and historiuns. The square of St.^Mark at Venice is In-ing ^improved^ and^^iiiiMlornizeil.^ An enterprising syndi^^cate should buy the Kiulto and bring it to^this country.
ATransi-oiitliieiital Iteei Scheme.
Fromthe Kansas i'ity .lournal.
Theten important breweries in San^Francisco have just Is-en sold to an Kng-^lish syndicate. F.nglish capitalists have^now reached the jumpingolf place,having^absorls'd ill their triumphal march across^the continent nearly all the beer it pro^^duces.
Fromthe ( leveland I'lain Healer.
Clarksonwas going to resign as first^assistant postmaster general May 1, then^lime 1, then July I, and now he tells a^Chicago reporter thai ^it maybe a mouth^before I leave or it may Is- three. There^is a certain work in connection with the^ili purtmetit that I shall have to finish In-^fori' retiring.^ That work of course is the^decapitation of democratic postmasters.
Fromlln-1 hn-auo Times.
dovertoilHill, of New York, has signed^the bill providing for shorter forms of^deeds and mortgages, and by so doing de^^serves the gratitude of all who fee I that a^modern deed or mortgage should Is-^strip|M'dof its feudal verbiage. John Ihs'^auil ltic^tiard Ion wen- useful |M-rsoliages^in their day, but their ways of doing and^saying things are not adapted to the age^of the telephone and telegraph.
ThrHustling t'tly Hoeso't Hustle
Fromtire Chicago Herald.
Agreat many people huvc received the^impression that the world's fair directors^are moving with altogether too much de^^liberation. It cannot Ire doubted that^then- is reason for this idea. There is an^^MMMO of vigor that does not augur well^for the future. So much is to tie done^that the directors cannot ufford to waste^u duy. If things continue us they are at^present, the ireoplc an- likely to forget^that tin- Columbian Kx|Kisitinii is to he^inaugurated hen- ill lstrj. U^t the direc^^tors pns-eisl at once to business. The^time is short and the tusk is prodigious.
(ailed Him a Dude.
FromHie x. \ . Kvcnliig I'osl.
(Ineof the Massachusetts inemlH rs of^congress, who possesses rather nion- in^^dependence than some of his associates,^tells with a gm n I deal of gusto of his talk^with a Pennsylvania memlrer on the sub^^ject of the charges against ('nay. ^You^don't mean to say,^ sunt the Peuilsylva-^11 in ii. ^that using the suite's money in pri^^vate business w as wrong, when it was all^put back again, do you ^^ ^Yes, 1 do,^^replied the Massachusetts man. The^I'emisylvaniall elevated his eyebrows,^eust alxuit ill his mind for a moment for^a pro|HT reply to such u strange MMM^^ less, and then extinguislusl the Massa^^chusetts inonilier by the exclamation,^^Well, you're a diidp.
WomenSlum hi Itead (he Tapers.
Fromthe NorrMown Herald.
William.^said his wife, in a pained^tone of voire, ^you were si-en coming out^of a saloon la-t evcuing. What was your^business in such a place'.'^ I only went^in to sample an 'original |Nickage.' my^dear.^ i-epliisl her husband. ^I Hi. is that^all'.' 1 wns afraid you went in to get a^drink of whiskey.
Fromlln ilinalia World-Herald.
Theanarchists of New York are talking^of erecting a monument to the memory^of the I Ine.igo ^martyrs^ who were^hanged. It is not Impossible that they^may get the monument up U'fore the^(.rant monument is ^t.^rtisl.
AndMachinery for the Systematic Reduction of Ores by Amalgamation.
Concentration,Smelting and Leaching, and Transmission of Power i)y^Electricity. Builders of the Homes take, Granite Mountain, Drum Lu-n-^mon, Anaconda, Blue Bird, Lexington and BiMetalic Companies' Reduc^^tion Works.
Gearedand Direct Acting,
TrueTanning Machines and Embrey Concentrator. Electric Light Plants.^Agents for Westingboiiee Electric Light and Kuilway Motors, Lidgerwood^Hoisting Engines, Rand Rock Drills and Compressors, Otis Elevators,^Knowles Pumps, Root Blowers, Kingslaird ^ Douglas Saw Mills. Penn-^sylvihia Diamond Drill and Mfg. Co. Baragwanatli Heaters.
UnitedStates Electric Light Co. New Haven Machine Tools. Masco^Reducing Valves.
SALTLAKE CITY, 0TAB
Room28 Merchants' National BukBuilding, No. 4 Nortb Main St., Helena, Moot.
SoleWestern Agents for
TylerWire Works Double Crimped Mining Cloth
Anelegant line of Wraps, Walking Jackets, Shoulder^Capes, Silk and Flannel Blouses, ranging in price from^^1.50 to $$.00,
Stylish Trimmed Hat
Atprices much lower than ever before offered in the city.^An extensive line of Sateens, Teazle Cloths and Zephyr^cloths in the new Spring Shades and Patterns.
A SAMPLE LINE OF
Ladies',Children's and Misses SHOES a Specialy.^ We^are closing out our MEN'S CLOTHING AT COST,
butwill continue to carry the Finest Line of Gents' Furnish^ing Goods in the city. We invite comparison of prices.