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Vol. I. STEVENSVILLE, RAVALLI COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESI)AY, SEPETMBER 19, 1894. No. 5. Mis. Mer. Co. General Dealers in ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE, Sroceries, Dry Goods, GENTS' FURNISHINGS, Boots and Shoes, HARDWARE, Agricultural Implements ETC. Missoula Mercantile Co. STEVENSVILLE, - - MONTANA. This Space is taken by the Miss~oula Mercantile Company AT CORVALLIS. See the Next Issue for their Announee ment. NOT ALTOGETHER CANDID, Democratic Misrepresentatior Thus Mildly Designated. Cannon Shows Up The False Clain of Economy---At the Expense of the Old Soldiers. Representative Joseph G. Cannon of Illinois, a member of the honus committee on appropriations, pre. pared a statement relative to tll( appropriations made by this congress which shows that Chairman Savers, of that committe, was not altogethel candid in the statement which hl gave to the public on the same sub ject. Mr. Cannon exposes effectually tlhe juggling with ligures which the dem ocrats have to resort to in order tc make good t.heir claim of economy. The only reduction which has been made in expenditures has been in the appropriations for tile payment of pensions. The other appropria tions exceed those of last year. Mr. Cannon shows that the applro priations for pensions have been re duced $29,099,50,0.85, while the total appropriations have been reduced only $28,835,989.70. The statement. is as follows: "Under our constitution and laws the congress appropriates the moneys for the public service, and the Presi dent expends the same. In practice the congress appropriates froni year to year for the service of the succeed ing year. The law requires the ex ecutive to send to each session of con gress his estimates in detail for the public service, and the amounts lhe desires therefor. There are, how ever, certain aplpropriations for the public service made by permanent law, and knownll as "p'lermanenllt," as distinguished from anlual appropria tions. Amnig the pernanentappro priations are those for the interest on the public debt, the collection of the customs revenues, the sinlkiig. fund, etc. "Whlien the executive forwards yearly to congress his estimates for annual aippropriations he aliso for wards his estimate of the amount that will be expended for the corning year under permanent laiw. ir. Cleveland, by his estimates, asked congress to appropiriiate for t1he pub lie service for the coming liscal year. including permanent aplpmpriations, $520,662,840.71, and congress has ap propriated for such service $8t90,6(i, 369.51. This, iii round nlimbleris, is $30,000,000 less than the President. asked for the public service. A large part of this $30,000,000, however, will be appropriated next, winter by way of deliciencies. "''I have a comparaitive statemlent of appropriations made by this con gress for the fiscal year ending .Julne 30 next with appropriations made at the first and second sessiols of the last congress (tile fifty-second con gress) and at the flist and s cond ses sions of the fifty-lirlt, comnilonly known as the 'RIeedl congress.' This statement shows, and such is the fact, that the appropriations this year are greater by $27,269,858.72 than were those made by the first session of the lifty-first or 'Reed con gress.' The statementi also shows that the appropriations made this year are $28,835,98).70 less than those made at the seconid session (!' lthe last1 (r fiflt-secondi conlress. The demo crats controllled the Ihouse in bhI,ti the last congress and this. lilt I ask the counltry to nol.ice that thiis reductionii is civered byi the item f'or pen.sions alone. There was aIpro priated Lhis year for pnsi1,ns 82"!, 09,504.85 less than was a11o1 'iatled last year. It will be intic-d, t.here fore,, hlat thle ;pprlrliaitons lthiis year, exclptiilg enlsiol ni1 . i, 1' greaterii i year by $26,355,515. A IEOULA II BIILLION CON(I:L:SS. Fifty-lirst or 'llci conIress' two years, were $188.417,1'3.3.l; those for the IFiflity-secondi. or lst conrlress. two years, were $1,027,10-,547.02: anid it is 1absolutely certainl that, starting off at $--00.000,010, as we d, for this year, wlihen the deflic cies are addred next willtelr tlo the regular appropriations thenli1 to hbe luade for thile comning year, Ihe- totail al;rpriil tions will aiggrl-ate at l'ast 81.000, 000,000 for the Jiifty-third conres"c, unless by an unfriendly administra tion further heavy reductions are nladte in p'llleiut of ilenlsioinls. are necessary. Ours is the ,reatest coluntry ni earth, ald the de(le e aud of the public service wvill grow as the country grows. I wou1111 not call at tention to this rlmatter were it not for the fact. that in 10,o 18111 1.82 the democrats in the house, in tilt press, on the stnmnp, and everywhere in the country, denounced the repull licans for having made tile Fifty-first congress a 'billion dollar congress. The democrats had two-thirds of the house in the last congress, and in that congress increased tile allppropri -itions over tihose of the '.leed conl gress' by $40,000,000 in round nunl bers, and now in this congress they are to increase the appropriations over and above the 'Reed congress' by $60,000,000. "They were either guilty of mis representation and deceit then or are guilty of fearful extravagance now. They can choose which defense they will make now. TIIE OFFICIAL STATEMENT. Under tihe law tihe executive is required at the end of each fiscal y'ear to mantke a statementert of the re ceipts and expenditures of the Unit ed States government for the past year. I have here the oflicial corn parative statement made by tihe trea Sulri' cidepaltmelint for htie fiscal years 1894 and 1893, respectiv.ely, as fol lows: yrisca yar Fiscail yearn H i Jloi illl_ la Ie R eceipts. July 1, l July 1, ' , ('ttst nits ............$I: P2,2944.l. :! .2.1 $20:3,: 35,5, 910.7:1 Tot.al ........ .......rS296, ,0,:0 .00 $385,r81,,6:;58.78 iExpenditures. ('ivil nuid llin's' .. .$1r1,.s:y455.s5 $103,7:;7,799.2;7 \\ u'.................. 1 ,:;57,1) .s 4- , 11,i 7:1..4 N avy ................ :"1,517.115.15 0, ii ..il1:i.l ensi ls ............ .11,177.21Si.91 159,:;5,,5157 S1Lut'r t.'b............ 2-.7,94(,4 5.4 :17,26 , 18 ----- -------ij5;5 - 7,2-i--lrig Total ......... . .....$...;tl i.55,,:i59.08 $;8:I,477,951.49 'nils- ty departmi-tllllr, warrant div\isioli, .Illy y, 1 iin.t. "This statementr does not include the postal receiplts or expenditiures tllhele lfro, and as they balance each ilicer it is not material to nmciion themn here. 11; shows the reseilpts of the United Stlates for the tw\\elve moinths ending Ju nec 30, 1894, to have been $88,89i,2392.78 less than the re ceiplts for thei liscill year endlinlg 1le 30, 1893. This ahiarming deflicit was paid in part from nmloneys in tihe' trea sury on ilh' 4thl of :iiarch, 1813, wihen S'resident Clevelarind was inauguniratled: uand in part front a sale of 4 per cenlt. interest be-aring bonds made ade tihe secretary of tihe trl'easlry. f11r. Cu;r lisle, ini Februarvy aInst, yielding' $58, l3:_3.;.2.571, and inereasirng the aIunal inrtcde.s c' Charge lng,,-'st tile govorn Ilnenlt $,000, 000. SAVED ON PENSIONS. "This staternent shows also) that the e(xpenditlurs for the twel\ve rmonl.ths endlin Jutille 30, 1il-1I, were $1,88 4,5!55.31 less than for the twelve 1monl.h.s ending June 30, 18,9(: hit I call the attention of the ('(Ioll try to the fact tllhat this sarne state Imenit shows thiat the payment for plrisions made for the year erd1ing June :10, 1mI , were $18,180. 272.!1 less than they were for the year end ing ,une 30, 18913. "In otlher words, exclu1sive or pen sions, 'resident, Cleveland, for his lirst full liscal year, expended $1,29i5, (i077.50 mo(re illn carrying on the gov ernment thall wals expended in the final 11iscal year under President lhar ri,;son. What was saved 1by Presihdent Cl(evelan1d was saved at tle exlpense' of the soldier: of Llthe late war' or of their' widows and oirphans by al utn frieondly administraltion of the pen sion law 1s. "During the whole of the Iarrison administration we were on the hih way of prosperity. The government was liberally- and effectively perform ing its functions. 'ullic inmproe nlents were bei..g malide where need 'ed, !lad the g') llovern ment, by wi;o anlti ec('ono ilcl exp nd'l itrliies, kept step \\ ll"t a p ol e:.sro( s ill 1 haippl y l eople, Ilwheres for I hi last year undeLr Clev(' land there has been vrleat distress tlrlo.llhoollt the ]landl. The revenues of thle gove'llllllent hlve fallenl l olf and I(1' expendli iturells of the gc'overn Illlent have ilncreIased. except for 1pen sionlls. "Ill other \ ,rds. it, iS Lore expenl sive to elforce the laxr with greal. blocks of our cit izeis lout of emliploy ment, 1te11 govecrnlllet imallking' its stronl g au't felt )b force, t11h1an it is tI..o expend 'the lpublic monies for the common `(golod, for publlic objects. with our people prlfit:tbly employed. 1and therefore contenlted. the people keeping the llaw fromi love, rather than fromr force. The prserent collnditioln of lile coun try ilid1er the reI'-spective policies ofi Hlarrison andi C1lev1fhcfrl is lliknown by allt and its future cmildition will de peend ()luponi the ecoliiolic and fiscal policies which will be chosen by the people ait the ballIot box. INCIREASE IN SAI-AILIES. Notwitlhstandin' tile great dis tress thllroughout, lie country there hi:ve beell IarlnllI iincreases in the sal aries of the democratic oflicials, es pecially in tih diplomatic and consu lar service. I specify a few of them. The salary of the first assistant see retary of state is increiased from $3, 500 to $4,500: that of the minister to Belgium, Mr. -iawing, of Illinois, the former law partner of the vice-presi dent, is increased frorll $7,500to $iO, 000. Tile salaries of the ministers to Switzerland and Portugal, Messrs. Caruth and Broadhead, are increased from $5,000 to $1,500 respectively. The minister to Mexico, ex-Governor Gray, of Inldiania, whoX, receives an anl nual salary of $17,500), has the salary of his secretary of lehiation increa.sed from $1.800 to $2,50. Thire ninis ters to Nicaragua and Costa Rica, for the first time, are allowed secretaries of legatiion $1,800 each, while t1he bureaui of American republlics, estab lished under the auspices of Secreta ry Blaine to promote commerce and reciprocity-a real service-is cut down from $:10,000 to $10.000. The six auditors of tihe treausury depart nient are increased from $i3,0i0 to $4,000 each. The salaries of a grealt many consuls and other ollicials are largely increased, but I have not the time to enumlnerate them. All these democratic. oli.cials have reeeived their appoliintimets under ,ir'. Cle\veland. For years they de elairnecd, in colunron with all other ldemocrat'i ts, about the extaivagXLtil salaries of ollicials, and claimed that if they calime into power there would be economy land reforml. There is 1(n excuse for the inllloease o'f llmost of these salaries. I call aLtention to the matter to show you the dilffer slice between promise anld plerforlir ance. ".'lOW\ marieny poor widows of sol liers of the late war and how lmaIi Cllrtlry veterans lmusti have had the muall lpnsinis which they receive ,ik('ll ii\;aw y or redluced Iby anL ulii riendly admiinistration to leet. tlhiese liad other increases of salary to ail eady well-paid Iollicials'? Flro every talndlpoint lii the lmocratic party ails. Thle best interests of all the soople demand that the dcemocratic alrt sten te l i owri ild lit." Grant's Greatest Year. 'The celebration not long a'o off the hirtlhhday of Gener'al G rant has arouse'd a frlesh iJnterest ii thIlie life and ciaracter of that great mall. Ask the average historical sclolar whait was ite g'reatest, year of (len oral Grant's life, and ie will perhaps answer, ';ltel year in which lie re ceiveld (GIeneraI/Le's sword in surren der, or the year in which hie was chosen iresideiit,"'' or a.ii il, ''The yrear 188(t. when ( li! ltd just returned irom a two y('eirs' tour ;lound r 1(the world, and was at the pinnacle of hlis llurdly a thouglh(ltt '(would be iven, except in synupathy, to 1he illast ylr of his life, when, dying by a terrible disease land crutlshe( under a load of debt, tle sat in his sick chair at .Mount 1cGregor writilng and dictat ing his mnmoirs. (Out of a life ( so I LLany hisltorical an' d litional suc cesses, who would select the rear of iailure and death as thle crl'ov, of a ulli 's, glory? A friend who taod known General iGrant intimately alt W.ashintan re cently said to Col. (raLnt, his ldelst son, " In all the years of brilliant publi c ai ievement, wh n if Ill IItI I , t ii rsl ( were showered upon hil11 mllnd 11c'(,s seemed to wail. !!poll the slightest l\(overnilit of his will, I find nothing that can cotll'arel with the patienllt se]lf-denialtl. courg'e IanId fortitude shlown ill the llst lyear of his life. That is, in miy judginent, his .great 05t' year.' right. 'The' last yelia of my father's Il tall tirmt te ofI IIrue .,i 'ireat.· i .;. li uinswervil' g e.oui'-ge and patience tll that. l ite hlls giveni m i i i m Illosti. cherishedl Icienliries.'-Youth's C(ouI ii1i hi . A Peculiar Case of Extinction. 1One of 1t" InltSL pe((llir natlfi history disc(overies ever made wee a recent'lL one ill Ne( Z;lli (and. A fAi 111r1'mer was plowing at lield aud in a do pression of the land where th . e xist. i i Of .severalJ spl'illn s Ilalld ai bot . his plow nean1th 'd It dep ,sit of peat in wlhich be. founld :t nu }ber o tiJght ly packet) biIes of omie animal, as he suppol ed. lE:xploral ion of 1., peat bed developed the fact that about 900 skeletons ,f thI.: extict rim(a, a bird uiltch large'r thalil the ostrich. w'ere packed together, evidently having Sbeen dcestro(yed at olt tim ie by Ii)lie l c.aelysin. Everythintg pointed to the fact that tiLhese birds had per ishced simultaneousl. alrdc -unmn the, ries have been advattced reg.arding their dest'ructioln. 'lThe most pillausi bile is thatiL they w'erie oViei'raineO Iv a, sand storm whiichl covered tilhel,. Vllltt makes the discovery- the Im C' puzzli.g is ite fa.t that similar beds Of iloet bOtl's }have 1it n ftlllu d illn Otller part.ii'LS of New '/Zealanlld. Is business boon un'' in liyoii heigll borhood'] '' "Yes, everrthinig in full blast: strikers just lit a dynatIlite lfuse iun der tihe town hall."--Atlanuta Consti= tution. TERRIBLE TORPED OGUNS Those Being Placed at Sandy Hook, New York. Torpedoes Thrown for Miles That Can Easily Sink the Largest Mau of War. New York special: 'I'Thei torpedo guns now being put in place lt Sandyi Ilook as a protection to New York harbor are wonders. One is a fifteen inch gun, iifty feet long, and the eight-inch fortey-iye feet long. The fifteen-inch 'un throws shells con taining from 50 pounds to 500 pounds of nitiro-glyCceriine. '1he are mo1unt ed on carriages arrang ed to be turned and elevated hb electric power, so that the gunner standinii ou thlie platforml to the left of the gun has entire control simply by moviug" lev ers. lie traverses, stops, elevates or depresses without ever once takinlg his ee fromlll the sight. Thle breech is interlocking, T'he siligitest movement of tlihe breech will make it impossible to lire. l'n der ground ion eachi side are big chlnibers iand the liring.. resera'loi:' . Large wrIouIht iron ;,Il-es are coln nectled ili ndler'rounild wit t he gini .iv two thirteen-in'li east, iron pipes, which connect with a cylinder air pipe in the centre of the t gun pint le. lThe air flows tihroiugh these pipes in to it swing joint, which allows for the horizontal pl lm oft lilhe gun, and is then carried thronth pipes Iy 1.he side -f the carr age to thle tuiiliOIns iof thei gutl, ecl i of which is haIs ai tritii lion swiniig jintl which cairi'es the air from the pipes on tIhe side of the cmarri;age toi gim un itself, and allows fIor moition ill avertical direc tion. is eiela.sed in anotiher Iitrrel firom ti le tr(inniiis toi the breech. The air is c(ondul0cted fro t e !1 rininio( s hi the tWo at rrIl s ill th e . nili.n Sipace he Iween the two I bar're.ls to t .i, lirinlg vial\e. which is locatd ite n the brechl. l hen thils valve is opened the air flows in behiiind the project'ile and .lurts it forward. Whlien the prede. Inl'l l'olfe Lsl O " i tt h 1 i ]tai th ss the valvet it i (cIloses h1; 1 itc llvly bht i('iis of1 the llt pie(' valve'. This iimo ,nt of emir c'an he conu rolled bths, lutel y. nd can b te lired at will tIh the 'hul wear. Tieis ; llter:s the rt itee wil' - out changing the eslvatim. of (1he A r. Frank Creohluniin ill in charg of the gtillt ao d ires it, hilisel. ('l.n Virtgler, chitef o or'dlutance, Cluthiaid er .111atlson, sMajor I l i!!' , ;iIt ,'tW t tlrtown arseni al, ilit it, t Vlhitr. Capl. Crozier, t ieut., I 'tnlnu e ni;li Capt. Phipps wiltnessed the trial la,;[ t'week and foli Ind t Lh t 1( 1r(slt11s ex ceeded the specificaltials. On l"'rimla\ live rounds, i interruptions nec'll i tlliI slitlliug t.rVet sing and eleva tingf be eight seconds. ethl inid the. batter' is bulill t la real electric plant ne(essarl to( worrk the ills. T!li shells tare illed ill a wtood e house stlill flilrther north. 'he fuse tests on Friday were fully up to expectations. The rein.,' was '.ion, 2,.500 allid 3.000 , yards. The llnrpedi orl, ; rll Ni'ct, in the satei se ilitll lretai hgl. WVhen tiey explodled inder te1 water the sight was et grlld o1ne. A mountain of water , ashed ]ill. f) net rose rm 'm'e thian mast liih li ill the air. forming a most magitificeh t. sceri-ý ml brilliant cascades--iti least a, l acre of wiater, sullicient to overwhelJnit ; trip even of the size of 1h! Cityv of blnlie. 'Il'is was one of the0 lilosL iiteresti.tiL siglts of the tests. A very curious tlihg about 1)hi hi, ing of the guni .as the ab>ene. of the loud report that, on1 mim gut expect.. Jli the powder exlplohinlis the roar was ablilost deafe:ing. WIheiI 1the dlrlut iii e tlfl W ntli (fif VOlt lili til stand with yout' ear to the tmuzzle and feel no ill effect. it was., con paratively speaking' a plln ) hinsteatfd of report. And thi ite ,iiht of the lprojectilh hurtling through Lit air' .As it was eleveii feet long, yoll mould trace its light fromn the tinme it left t.hi" muzzle of the (1ill to its striking the water. .mineutimes it wobbled eiid wobbled just as la kite would do, aild evert Imomlent you expected it to turn right over. Tlie bore0' of thme glu is smiootth. To steady' the shot and give it in exlra telo,city, therefore, et fantail has been added to it, antd this (out ri vian'e d . fairly well. The tihe of "light of' one n1' the shots fromt the mtolentit it left the gunn Lill it struck the water was seventeen seciids, 1t appeared to lbe, front Lh10 <eemnii1ly eia.Sy wil-' the black mass was travelinm, t.o t, .seveliteen minutes. The explosion occurred two and a half seconds after impact, just what was calculated. It 10111be seen fro0 111 tlhi IhLt ieven ant ortlinary sizedl mantOl' waIrI would standti 110 chan011ce of1 escape01 I'P111 hcuse unerritg; gun,. The surface is 80 greatL that it wcou(l he dilticullt to ittisi hecr, One1 shoct 8ould( lie ((hitl elnough toI knock her itit't piec'i. TheO batter'ies ate at, VI's1'I' poseld, but hiy and b' theIly ' 10111 be niaskced. Alteady $8102001)1 have' (il (t11 n w si l slt " 400.000 oto' f these gi1'1s 111r -t New Yor'k. I11e 1o rida tn 2uio poId 141 iiii' testhello costo alll1Wt $1,000 .;ir. i and ill waiitIl lo. 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