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THEANACONDA STANDARD, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1893.
THEANACONDA STANDARD rnxraorvtnv pay in rnw tsar. titsubscription price, for dwllverv by carrier^^r by mull, It ten ^!^^i.;^r* ^ year, three 'dollar* a^quarter, one dollar .4 month Kates for silver-^twine promptly given at the office In a|*ja^^jt**;^w mi iue Unwell ufiice la liutiu. THEBEST IS MONTANA. Tntsumumi went 10 press for Iti first^letue on the morula* of September 4. last. Its^M^^ service it tbe best in the Northwest, It^list patrons In erery part of Montane, Itt^earrler-deilvory service Include* Anaconda,^Xutte. Mlitouia. no/emaa. PblUptburg, Uran-^%c and other cltlea. Themain offlce of Tmt staxhahp, to which^genera, biitlnesi letter* and correspondence^Should be t^Id rented to In the (standard bulld-^tnt. earner of Main and Third ttreett. Ana^^conda. Tbe prtarlp.il branch office u at So. 11^laist Broadway, butt*. Tb(Urgtst Daily Circulation in Msntui TheCirculation of the STANDARD Is^than double that of any other^dally newspaper In Montana. FRIDAY.SKPTEMHER 22. Is-I. SentimentIn the Northwest. TheStandard has repeatedly an^^nounced it to be the iientiment of the^people of Montana to follow the lead^^ership of tho silver senators in all^thing's relating to the measure pend^^ing In the senate. This newspaper^has also declared it to be the convic^^tion of a large majority of the psople^of this stale that it were well wero the^final vote not too long postponed. A^careful census of the state would, we^believe, fully confirm this opinion. Recently,as the result of Inquiry^made in various parts of Idaho, we^find that its peoplo share the feeling^that predominates in Montana; they^know that free roiuage must take a^defeat at the hands of the present con^^gress, they are prepared for it, and^they prefer outright defeat to any^halfway compromise. Hepeatcdly, the^Salt Lake Tribune, speaking for the^constituency in Utah, has announced^itself in favor of tho policy which^would bring the vote at an early day. Thesame SQiiUmcut prevails in Col^^orado. That arduut champion of free^coinage, tho DMTM WtUt, remarked^three days ago: ^It is more than^probable that during the coming two^weeks the regal ir iHb ite will be con^^cluded- all mitNi who wish to dis^^cuss tho silver question legitimately^will have been ht-ard. It is usaloss to^prolong tha agony after the proper^time to stop talking has arrived, when^^ever that m iy be. The senators should^be the judges of that. Thepresent Bession may run till^December. Then the lirst regular ses^^sion of the present congress bsgins^It may run right along through next^year; that will probably happen if the^tariff debate becomes earnest and the^proposed revision thorough. During^all these mouths the silver senators^can keep the repeal hill from a vote, if^they have the physical endurance for^the light and deem that a wise pol icy^- they probably will not deem it wise. \ tho Denver tfrtct further says:^^It ii evident that the silver states^must give in long before that. This^fact is known to the repeal senators.^They know that when a vote is^reached they will win. The Ni irm be^^lieve* that unless a compromise is^fairly probable, the debate will close^and a vote bo taken within two^weeks.^ ThePresident's Course. Thefoes as well as the friends of^free coinage admit that President^Cleveland has sought by every means^In bit power to control the action of^both houses of congress during more^than a fortnight, lie has interfered to^the extent that, until two or three days^ago, every manoeuvre for tlelay in the^house and every parliamentary step^in holding the deadlock was the result^of manipulation winch had its inspira^^tion in the white house. Apresident, especially at the begin^^ning of his term, has tremendous^power by means of threats as well as^by means of promises. Mr. Cleveland,^through his agents, has made both^resources available in a successful way,^as the country realizes. The spectacle^of theexecutive's ollicious interference^is not a gratifying one except to those^who for ilnancial reasons involving^their own enriching are anxious to^prevail in legislation. Ourgovernment was organized on^the theory that functions should be.^distinctly divided into three depart^^ments^the executive, the legislative^and the judicial. That was no new^theory -an established fact in history^is that thero always has been the^greatest amount of individual and po^^litical liberty in nations whose gov^^ernments are formed on this plan. In^our own country teM dangerous ten^^dency usually has been in the disposi^^tion of the legislative branch to en^^croach on the two others -tliat is, per^^haps, the natural result, since the leg^^islative branch is the greater power^and has greater temptation to use that^power. Whenevera president has under^^taken to usurp a function not dell-^nitely within the executive scope, the^opposition has been prompt and vigor^^ous. It will be remembered that,^when the country was ready for recon^^struction, at the close of the rebellion,^Andrew Johnson undertook to arro^^gate to himself certain authority^which a majority In congress declared^not to bo within executive function.^Even while there was open question as^to what the executive's rights were,^congress adopted such measures as the^tenure-of-oflice act. The rescue of the^country lay in the fact that, at the^time, the opposition to President .John^^son had a two-thirds majority in both^bouses of congress. When he refused^to be governed by what congress or^^dained at an intensely partisan period^in the tenure-of-olBce act. President^Johnson was impeached, and thirty-^live senators voted for conviction. A changsof one vote would have thrown^President Johnson out of the presi-^I dency. Wedirect the attention of every^I candid reud'-r to tin coursj of the ad^^ministration in the 11111ier of iMitag^with the Chinese. The constitutional^^ity of theCaary law vvasattusied in the^supreme court, but it is left practical. ^^a dead letter; P.oii'lant Cievultud^doesn't happen to fau -y its enforce^^ment Then there is the mandate pro^^viding for monthly purchases of sil^^ver; it is as explicit as it can be, yet it^has been flagrantly deiied these three^months. On this title, the Chicago^Inter Ocean, itself a very strong advo^^cate of unconditional repeal, says: Ifthe Cleveland Idea of executive authority,^at thewn In practice, |* to Ih^ allowed to stand^iinrlm I.turetl, rnojten mlghi a* w-II adjourn^and p. homo, leaving th^^ president to run the^country through hit tulioidlnalot. In eotemptu-^ous disregard of law. There Is n^i lite of pass^^ing BaSj of sonirri'ss If they are not to It^ oheyed.^If the president can violate our 1 iw he can any,^and it It a waste of time anil money for congress^to be In i'-sslou. Tnere Is no plain-r provision^of law than the clause of the Miermuu act re^^quiring-Ibe purchase rach month of a specified^number of ounces ol silver at the market price,^provided only the price doe. no: no up above a^spocllled llgure. Nothing Is left illtciellon^ary. The provision Is compulsory, and^admit* of no evasion, riat s*M**Sa*s*sM^or genuine cenipltnnce It the alternative,^Mr. Cleveland has cln^cn to anMbaf tlic law.^The purchasing of silver has practically e^ase.|,^and for the last throe months tho administra^^tion has set a conspicuous example of deliber^^ately defying the law. The InUe iKt tn It In^favor of the law's rep a!, the sooner the hotter,^and during all this time that it has heeu disobeyed^we have heeu advocating lis ren-'.-il. II11I Ii .w-^ever unpopular the law may be. and however^desirable Us repeal, neither the president nor^any one under him has a light to ignore or vlo^late It until the p pc.u has liecn nec.inolitlied.^To do tins would be an assumption of power^not given to the president of the t.'ulied Slates. Theopen confession nutls by sena^^tor White and Representative (ieary^of California is that, because they will^not bend totlit administration's will,^they have no word whatever to say re^^specting patronage ^ administrative^favor has been formally withdrawn^from tbem. Thereis manifested in President^Cleveland's determination to compel^congress an interference which is^worse than offensive, lie happens to^have the money power and the easlern^press with In in; were it otherwise the^cry of official misc.induct would be^shouted in the East so persistently^that impeachment would he discussed^in every hamlet 111 tho land Left to^itself congress, in both houses, would^have passed a free-coinage bill two^weeks ago. The reversal which has^takeu place, not In the conviction of^the members but in the votes winch^policy has dictated, shows how danger^^ous the executive power may be when^it sets itself in operation to control the^legislative branch. William11. I lor 11 blower, who has^been nominated by President Cleve^^land to the ofllce of associate justice^of the supreme court of the I'nited^States, to succeed the late Justice^lilatchford, comes of excellent stock.^He Is a son of the Ruv. William Henry^Hornblower, I). I^., a noted and elo^^quent Presbyterian clergyman of Pat-^erson, Now Jersey. The new judge is^a graduate of Princeton college in tho^class of INTI, and is about 42 years of^age. He was a splendid student and^is largely endowed with every moral^and intellectual attribute necessary to^grace the high position he has been^called upon to till. Even In boyhood^he gave evidence of the possession of^those traits which are characteristic of^a great lawyer. Immediately aflerthe^completion of his studies ho begin in^New York city the practice of his pro-^teuton, and there has earned through^his own merit tho honor just given^him. He has not disappointed the ex^^pectations of his college friends. Tho^high standing of the supreme court^for profound learning and sterling in^^tegrity will not bo lessened by such^appointinonts. A more worthy suc^^cessor to the late justice could not be^found. -- a) ^ Foronce the train robbing gang gets^the worst of it. Masked men had^their plans well laid to rob an express^car on a south-bound train over the^line of the Illinois Central railroad,^but the scheme worked so poorly this^time that one of the outlaws is mor^^tally wounded and the whole gang^will lie bagged. The holding-up of^trains has come to be the season's rul^^ing fad in bandit circles. The thieves^have gone uncaiight and unhurt in^almost every Instance. The capture^made in Illinois is most gratifying.^Probably a little more pluck 011 the^part of trainmen would in ike extra^hazardous the attempt to raid railway^trams; although it must be admitted^that the average company of passen^^gers is quite as timid and submissive^as any train crew has yet shown itself^to be. Ifthe news from Itrazil is trust^^worthy the reliels are having it all^their own wav. This success would en^^tail on President l'eixoto the fate he^deserves the sympathy of the people^of llrazil ap|^ears to be with the insur^^gents, llra/.il had a president whose^election was brought about in accord^^ance with constitutional forms. He^was crowded out of oflice by Pelxoio.^who has no rights to the presidency^but who, lielieviughimself able to hold^on by force, has refused to order the^election of a president. This pretend^^er's assumption of power is at the bot^^tom of the trouble in Itrazil. He will^probably be driven out. and the mis^^fortune is that his overthrow involves^the destruction of so much property as^well as the loss of life. MATThHS OF FACT. number57.(03,(100; tho Empreaa of India^has a far ureator number of Mohammedan^tuhjeels than the sultan or the shah. Tbe^anciout pagan or nature worshipers^number 9.0/1,xn. Therewan ^pi.:e a rnre some years ago^in the Kitt foe perfuming the ,km. Some^physicians discovered that tha tiypodstr-^intc injection of certain perfumes, such as^while ruse, lilac or violet under iba akla.^caused tho perl tune to bo exhaled from^tho wiiolo IxMly and even from tbo^breath. All tho ladioa wanted to be per^^fumed. Tho operation had to be repeated^about oneo a wook in order to aecuro tbe^dotired results. Hut. unfortunately, two^or throe of the perfumed ones took bad^eases of hlo.ul poisoning and one or two^tiled. That put a quietus on the hypoder^^mic injection of perfume and tbo whole^matter drop|^ed. Curiousresemblances in nature start^with tho cocoanut, hi many respects like^tho human akull and almost a facaimlloof^tho monkey's. Tho moat of the English^walnut is almost a copy of the human^brain; pliiiua and black cherries like the^human oye, almonds like tho human^note, and an opened oyator shell a perfect^likeness of the human oar. Tho shape of^a man's bo ly may be traced in tho mam^^moth aqtiash, the open band hi urowins;^scrub anUaSrS and celery, tho human heart^in (ierniun turnips and egg plant, and^dozens of the mechanical inventions of^llie present day to patterns furnished by^nature. Thus, tho hog surgosted the plow,^the butterfly the door hinge, tho frog atoot^the umbrella, the duck tlio ship, and the^fungus growth oil trees tho bracket. Somonoteworthy experiments have^been made in England with cholera bac^^illi. Tbe method adopted was to place^cholcr gei ins on various vegetables and^fruits and to ascertain by periodical ex^^aminations what had become of them. It^was found that these poisonous microbe*^were stilt alive on salad leaves at the end^of live days, while on uncooked spinach^leaves they were discovered even after 12^days. Similar results were obtained with^cucumbers, cauliflowers, cabbage* and^numerous kinds ^f fruits. In 4 per cent,^infusions of black Chinese tea, cholera^germ* could not lie detected at the end of^one hour, while being immersed in a A per^cent, infusion of coffee for two hours they^had completely disappeared. PROMINENTOR PECULIAR King1'awhaio, one of the native princes^of New /.ealutid, is the csiitor of tho Now^Zealand Te Pnki ^ M'ltarih'i, or seven^stars. His majesty ha* had little experi^^ence in journalism, but it it said that ho^damns tbo business ofTlco and slow com^^positors with a* much ease and fluency^as any American night editor. (treattimes they have at Lenox, where^Richard Watson Gilder, Mrs. William^Douglas Sloan, Anson Pholps Stokes,^Rich ml I.. I) ma and others of the New^Vol k illiiiiiinati are gathered. The latest^amusement there is for the men to don^feminine clothes nnd play baseball^matches w ith tbe young ladios. Fancy^(older whooping around the bases wear-^in ; a low-uccked dress and a Gainsbor^^ough hat. Miss/.elhe de Lussan, the singer, whoae^legs created a controversy in Chicago^some years ago^the question being^whether they were elliptical or the re^^verse-is now studying in Paris and will^return to this country before long. It is^to Ira hoped that Miss Lussan, upon her^return to the stage, m ill have overcome^her repugnance to wearing tights, so that^the question of bow logs or knock knees,^which nearly disrupted tho Boston Deals,^may be dellnitcly and authoritatively act-^tied. SamuelMoore of Lambertville, N. J., Is^a devout man and a good democrat. lie^wants to lie postmaster, but his petition,^sent to Washington last April, ha* pro^^duced no effect. He lias, therefore, taken^to praying that the Almighty will guide^President Cleveland in all his acts, and^Inspire hiir^ to appoint tho petitioner to^the coveted office. Ho is so confident^that his prayer will be answered that he^it already preparing to assume charge of^the olllo -a faith that might well be imi-^tutod by other aspirants for office. Col.Thomas P. Ochiltree isout of a job.^He has liecn in charge of Colonel North's^string of race horses in this country, and^as tbe nitrate king has decided to sell hi*^racers the Texas colonel is again throw n^on tlie cold world. The horses wouldn't^or couldn't run fast enough to pay tlielr^expenses, nnd as Colonel Ochiltree is a^higb-prieed luxury it wits decided to abol^^ish the entire racing establishment.^Thomas may not devote himself exclu^^sively to the rich widow who is said to be^the object of his young affections. AMMONIABETTER THAN A CLUB. New York l,olleeiiieu Have Adopted a^Novel IMitn for Arousing Ilrunkt. Eversince the New York police commis^^sioners issued the edict against members^of ^the tlucst^ carrying their locusts dur^^ing the day the patrolmen in tbe down-^tow n precincts bavo been trying to find^something with w hich to take the place of^the chili w hen it was found necessary to^recall sleeping ^drunks^ from the land of^dreams to the stern realities of existence.^I'linnet'ly, says tbo Hreniny World, a free^implication of tho club to the tolot of .4^deeper'* feet bad the desired effect. Ite^^med that method of routing the dormant^powers of locomotion in tbe sodden gen.^try it was often necessary to spend^the greater part of an hour persuading^an llidu ideal to hie himself awav. But^it was not long lieforo the inventive^genius of an Oak atreet station^patrolman made the way all smooth^I and Is-aulifitl once more. Now a .r^-cent^I 1 ublier ti.t'.l has taken the plsec of the 1m-^111M1 stick. Apparently harmless as thia^1 little toy looks to the uninitiated, lit ilti-^caey as a ^bum^ accelerator far exceed* a^i whole bundle of night sticks. It isn't the^', rubber ball, but its contents that does the^1 business. Every pa'rolman in tho Fourth^ward now tills a rublier ball w 11 n house^^hold ammonia when bo starts out 111 the^morning. A gentle pressure of tin* thumb^ami linger projects a tine stream of fluid^lightning from the small hole in the hol^^low sphere n distance of several feet. This^tiny iinviiii brought to boar upon a^^sle4^per's^ mustache has never yet failed^to bring olsuit nn immediate revivifying^ol tin- iiibject. no matter how inert the^bundle of ^bum^ appeared to be a mo-^lueui previous. InHritlsli India the ancient Brahmanic^religion* belief still counts L'll.OtlO.UOU in^its different sects. The Buddlust form of^bid e| it held by .^.'^^ ^ ^ in Farther In.I n^Hoi mat- . not ill India pro|^er. The an^^cient fail Ii of Zoroaster, dating back to^the tun^ of Cyrus and Barius, is professed^by 30,ODU, who bear the name of i'arsi or^Persian. The followers U Mohuiumod NOTHIEF WILL TOUCH IT. 011the Ant'nliielty Hi..- Wlilrh Hangs^Neck of .1 Ma lrlil Si'atue.^A costly ring, unguarded bv police rtr^other s|s-cial protection, bangs suspended^to a silken cord round the neck of a^ttntue of tbo Msid of Almadcna. the^patron saint of Madrid, in one of the^most froiuentod park* of tbe Spanish capital.It it aet with valuable diamonds^and pearl*, but, according to tbe Phila^^delphia hreord, there is not tbe least^danger of it* being stolen; tbe greatest^thief in Spain would soonoratoal tbe plate^from hi* own in u bar's coffin than to even^ao much a* touch tbe uncanny relies. It*^history is curious and interesting, being^espial to anything related In me dieval^folklore. It is made in accordance with a^aperial order from the late Alfonao XII.,^who gavo it to hi* cousin, the beautiful^Mercedes, on the day of their bethrothal.^She wore it constantly during her abort^married life. I'pon her death the king^presented it to Ilia grandmother. Queen^Christian. Slio (hod soon aftor accepting^it and the king then passed the deadly^little jeweled band of gold to bit sister. In^^fanta de Pilar, who died w ithin a month^after. Again tho accursed circlet started^on its deadly rounds, next finding a place^upon the finger of Christina, daughter of^the duke of Montpenaier. In le^^ than^Urn day* she, too, was dead. Alfonao then^put the cursed jewel in In* own casket of^precious relic*, and lived less than a year^after so doing. Is it any wonder such a^harbinger of death can safely hang on a^statue in an unguarded square CURRENTCOMMENT. Afallen meteor ha* a very downcast ap^^pearance in ms own hole in the ground.--^A'rtr Orleans J'irnymit. Womenstop at the store windows to ad^^mire a season's nice new hosiery, but the^men don't. There's nothing in it for^them.^Philadelphia Timrt. Whydo you think they were new in^the business of robbing^^ Passenger-^Groat Scott! They blew open the safe^and left Ave sleeping car porters unmo^^lested.^Chicago Inter Ocean. Somepeople are too kind to tell the^truth. If you ask one of them to lend you^$1 he will declare he hasn't a cent. ^ Gal-^veiton JVcics. Howdid Bjones come to get drowned^In an ice house^^ ^Why, he and an^^other follow got into an argument and the^discussion became so heated that all the^ice melted.^^Philadelphia Record. Theconfidence man turned tbe corner^and broke into a run, leaving hi* trusting^victim standing serenely in front of tbe^hotel with a bogus check in hi* hand.^^The gull I left behind me I^ he aaid aof I ly^to himself a* ho ran.^Chicago Tribune. Idon't see why it take* Bertie so long^to talk,^ said the young mother anx^^iously. ^I spend hours ovory day trying^to teach bun. B'ess its 'it tlo footsy-toot-^sies! Doesn't mimerdo ever'sing she tan^to det it to talkywalky ^ Turn to it* mus^^ter! Popsy-wopsy doncy dickumt! Wid-^dlecum biddlecum flddle-de-deo! Tote it*^pitty 'ittlo eye* now and go t'oepy t^^^Chicago Tribune. E.W. Comfort is back from Chicago^and is now ready to make you the finest^photos. SEDEWTARYCALLIXGS^at sometime or other bring^on a torpid liver. This con^^dition is common to an In^^door life; then there follows^another condition, ana*min^or lack of blood: frequently^another worse effect^ that^of dyspepsia. These condi^^tions aggravate one another.^Your rad temper is like^^wise aggravating to your^friends. No need to go fur^^ther, the rest it easy. If^you buy a vial of Doctor^Pierce's Pleasant Pellets^you'll find tbem a natural^remedy. Mild but effectual. They have a^strengthening effect upon tbe lining mem^^branes of stomach ana bowels, hence their^effect is lasting. They cure Constipation. In^^digestion. Jaundice, biliousness and Sick or^Bilious Headaches, permanently; because^toev act naturally. Thebest medical testimony proves that^these eases are beat treated by nuW methods.^One tiny, sugar-coated. Pellet Is a corrector,^a regulator, and a gentle laxative. They are^put up in glass vials, easily carried and^always fresh. They are guaranteed to ben^^efit or cure, or the money is returned. D* N.5. SNYDER, Physicianant) Rurgeon of St. Ann's notfdtal^and Musi tans Union Railroad. Office,Corner Ma n and Third Streets. MONTANACENTRAL^RAILWAY. TIMETABLE.^In Effect March 1, 1893. ARniVKAT BCTrg. Ne.7S. Tactile Kinreas^p in IWest Round.)^No. 1. Helena Local It.Ma. m PF.rAltr I HO M ni'TTK. o.2. Helena l.rral3:10 p. ni No.i*. Atlunlc kxpresa 10:31 a. a ilast llound ) ATLANTICKVrRKSS. (No.24. Pally.) 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Dressand Shirting Cheviots^worth 16 to 20c, now^12 l-2c. 30Pieces Outing Flannel^worth 16c, now lOc. Ladies'and Misses' Vests,^worth 25c, now 3 for 60c;^36c, now 25c; 50c, now^36c; 65c, now 50c. 100Pairs Lace Curtains re^^duced 20 per cent. BODosen Men's Underwear^worth $3 a suit, now $2. 25Dosen Men's Fancy Shirts^cut to the lowest notrJb. HOMAIN ST. THEMONTANA ANACONDA,MONT. OpenedJuly 1, 1889^Reopened Oct. 1, 1890. :ffi 1 sAe^V^III Jfl Oneof the handsomest and moat ele^^gantly appointed hotels in the Unite J^States Thoroughly fireproof, and pro^Tided with elevators, electric bells, fire^alarms, running water, baths steam heat,^open fire places and all modern conven^^iences Rooms en suite and single. Cui^^sine and service strictly first-class. Raise^from S3 SO per day upwards, according^to else and character of rooms occupied. ThePrincipal Cities and Pleasure^ssa Resorts of the West. Speed,safety and eimfort Is the motto of thlt^eld, reliable ro.id. 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