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THE RAVALLI REPUBLICAN.
JAMEIS 1:. SrTEViENS. Editor. Putiblishi.i W\e10kly at h 'coultIv Sitt of Ia \': lli (ounty. a.tittliai. WEi\ NI'S\1). Y. ()0'1I~T'1 ;I t ii lI1. REFUBLE 1N STATE TICKET,. lION. (IAS. S. I 1!I'..ITMA\N. For i . Is1: , i , ,t t ( lt u'r4 i n t'tiy. JU )GI, WA i. i.(1. JILNV' o f v.r l i, Irlt ('ll tl ', ul () l V.., REPUULICA CO UTY TICKET, Fm-' i·'l-:+:;l lw, l (, OLI1 VI, C'. ('0()PEIlt, F,'or IElhl",,,llt; it".\' El(.111( 11. E T'. liL( ;S, Ot fi' tt-to . il- h,. AAII()N f't )NNEll, Of it 'hy IL, S. (I.iAF'IN, Fo f I'I ,t, nt I ldt., I-.:\W "i:. NV ILLIA.\,r if t.i:tL itm. ,l(J)lN Iil\VLIN(., Of fl u-teen's. ll r ('f rlt ' o i' th \\ lii , ril (' \i X1! t u , l 'it.\N K .I . 11 il tl tl l , if !!:unit il ,. iii LIO . N lAlLS( iN, l'. 1 B '.\II IN'S, Fo" - Stpt. f Pu1b'0 I il t I i , HI MISS ANNA I)Nli,). Of V il-ti .1. W . .\:N(' .\A'-T E! l,oit, S1)I. 1). N . It 'IE l ,lI- . M 11, :ll mnill, . ,1. I. IllElN " Iftl ('lS . oif 11:niilt it. LO . .\NL;; L fl. tit)\rt is at O F 01 l Co\a pi l, tc!·kl N. Ei . IV L ! IIIS(i N, ST!EVENSd TOX'NSHIP.bIf tick( t 1 '101r ,11(I10't,. H1" I tl) lthe ;l, of 1 cif t ofit . e ., , il. -. I'- i ), . Wn. 1). (I NNI N cil.lil. CHI,\S. (C. V',IGl ; H iT. ali l th E O.F tlc i' c .1t:1 N i0, TEtr . i tisnLt i et caltdii l; iL it il li reti lietan ti- t, nsl l inw l i11has p .lhe es i best to ' Ci LifLi:tl ii. il is i xi isis bestll ith i i ltse' r I t valli ftole , is fie Coluin iN M r. (i' tilt isl : I Loa Lr iti iiv;mi cut ` Lv. whore1 -vei-fnr Idv -i th e h'iiieti . l it . is at il presett is St11-O i (i 11 -h, u -(t il" i ll!iti. l r who i lLs built 11 a ' ( 1 iL Liii t IM s til wi r-I'is abililty itid wl- itt i S ile S i l -hi! tr higt pittigf . th , it hiii ii iiue his best' to k.. ep1i1) ti le t'litl s eand h pelnsies tol htii wills Iver l(t i edlttl - til ftor the iestL intlirf fis t of stlte-li l ' f lt ishe littl over thirti v iii hrsl f oliti , ai p sitis it 'eti raisedI %I'l is fiirlivt iwim rf (l in li avalli iollillti , if her l ,;'(eryboiit y is pi u frilid, 1l iii - arried and is Iitiilt iip li rinr eteICLi v in LiL t ieori l ' oitds. c imn (1if LiiniLiii oi * ig'." if h i i ifi ier nitohi.-.n ii its wit ill thai is up riv ht. stWrailhtfittis flit and hi-i- oi-t lihi , clhtrt hi. will iitui iecteiu lti the ft-.mii ithpolrtanu lllit.e i-f ss eriff - hg e ro if S aitg le dLuitti as (Lve l f is p liital O p t-onenii t-s iieinfniVZ f, his Stilinhti worthi Thie 0 Williublitsans of It-v-tlli eountCy have put1 Ctp -f 1nn 0it if liot t-ihe feant ctuiity f ir iii ('tlice orf i ouii yi clerk ale WIi'cituil(tlt-lt. in t-he pt rsnlii of Low E. t\Williins, it h iresenLt deputy cl irk. M rL W illi mns ill T-adUi tiei fr niit the Patici- lusiit i ,ss l ii . lege, i ti I "anall ltnciiitJ ( s-fa e i was 1tt y(h ars tf ioei and has siice aht oiierly aite cthn miother tld i \- pi ,\vtilN r sis(rha s, L " Willisino s ut is lli i iL reinii nt of hiie putiset k iu wit i forit Viout Iive hears lue was a smikc-ku-ssfir ifilfii thiei - ploy of the flitt-ir linot thei eloiit vent cimpany ah afisarilt-it, for dwt yhirL the helid bIt'likeehijr. i- hean lraialli biouity was for ,ridind uhbts. ti, beonrety t]erk ie ait iiiei fferld thet lo:d i iis .ot t all dlispar _ing t livra Johs- i i's s ell-knauii(t i abilit-. to sitv ahnt thi vfrieit st(cessful aefinisrya ition of atn t arife for hs pcost \oar •n or htlf iS laestely frLeo Lew Williams' fine br u iness and cleorial before the (coitveiitiote for the noImli and wiN l poll a lt ;.,' den ' t i ratiic vote. wh!ilhe nt a repltllienl will scratch ]il niI el . I.\ it he is worth.i e t1 he il;ppt l t ollf evlt' I llti llll the coItIIll'i y. ,1oIN )(\"LINu. I'lhe rellublicanr t'nldidtlr e !'n itr .ea! > Ill'er. is tip0 of t r s~it lrust po ltl lr )m en ill III,0 co)lif\. wlld lire race ht'twe in h le wil )l( .'+t.r1 I. ltl rll anl will he very Illt vOS in;g \W IIl t111he odds ill I VO(r of I)uwlinti', who is developing gtreat str' is!lIl. Mr. )ow. ]iitc"i was 1b)l11- lin Nova eatil. in 185i. and lef11i ther it I9,719 when 20 yeat' rs of to'e. Oino"n lt Cal iforniai, ' 'where he wtsc soon nalle ati foirelman for thI e ,tetir tia Nevada ( lumo and Lnib''mIilnllV. 11h staved there t;wo years and the n cuit' oe Iroln.tana. Incialt ll i iin lO .i at W ooM ilIle, .1 eff.,rs, n county. While there he was el,"cted a justice iof the peace, and hheld lhat position forl two rears. Mr. ),owling moved to t1e litter pout vatllet nine yeirs at 1o and located a ratnch tnear iMc KIc-t .'s. Ibetweeni SIteensillO aindl 'Florencel'. Siue' lie hias been a. resi dent of this v'ahle i he Ias. lesidee i!·rmIiin'rl, had allrl'e i1t' sr '\ ral l l ] ,ilni crews tll l lahe lo.' in. mt nrinupsi his y Iear arei piract ic lly solid forit tlhni )iOwlintr. beTn"use th'ey know their man iand applreil'atte his stertliu vic (rth. ti r. I owlli nlti hlis it fine farmll with Iabou Itt ll0 frutit Ire upontt il. 11e is highly esteemed t)t e eeryo(ne hit k toWS li iilt!l. n iit'i oit ei tite c chiltdren, to t itin ie is a true lius lband and father. The 1ir'Lu('AN piredictsthiselection to ithe important. ofe ito f COiill Y ltrlsl s tirerIt. lt-1 CIllt Itsure the I pet opleof ! ita alli ot ullit'- ini advaince, t ha, the y will ltvo an honest.l faiitiftll a id coiis'ieit tio s sir ivailli i Sl Is ti)tuW l il i. li. FIL\NK ,. NO0L'll.1 Tt)le g: elinl lt whl o Wl s Ililile op pears -bliv' tits pararapihi is tihet re puhr liunn tominee for clerk iof the district court. itr. iiorris is i; native iof lilcier llt unil . ()OIlit' cui d was ai fIarmer's io . t It t heih pro )tpi r iIi t riO ,lie. its ho , n l itio l all edt ca tio-li. tril r l,'1d i lls a.i tiup i t il 1 hie linnllv t'rdluat'd at the Nornial Ini versilty i I ] iit t ic , (). hi i then toolt lip itaei study of le ediciiei aind ,ilIrcry, liud se l'Iin lrutl i ; lte ()he liii elliited l int i i f( lll pilss isli-t ; , t e i fittl tice as l pI ll.sich'i: nldtl surgeon. ll nd lie thuni delitt d it s ;itlentioi n to Leathlinp s'ln:,. I1 uinight scihal.+ a lltlllli , r \f Pi iri (ehr, l , Ohio, and ;It (il il it 1 ittie ?itiiih i t ii tille to'ilets in thati e a ti uat-ril] ovt-ii - tr -lt r eer- stir i then lite t-'ie; -ii red a ili es i']l tic iha Hiter lInt, va:.tllet about four veal a, o . I\Vli e I u iltot ll wI s stI ll'trt Sir. Morris ninied fronm (frnnisdale Iher'. andii is inol a ireal e;tate anii insurance rllml. Ihe is verv success ful in his husiiess eentils l he devotes a tirined ihc elle d iiu l entll erpris in1 mnd plro'ressive spirit to it, aind if elete id the oli'cte of tet rk of 1itil court will serve tht, people of la\'alli countly with the ilne allility hl. hlietit uits shl]Wit in ot hier Waliks ofl life. MIrs ANNA 1I)NI). Miss lntd is the republican candi date for superintendiht of schools. mid wits nlominal ed it illniiouIsly Ib' ir'pres n ant l ires (f t" lhe party i!1 riln vention ;rembilled. M1iss folnd is a yourng laxly of !lliusual aI Iwin. i 'n ts, was bore iht 3l souri and grdluat.ed with honors frlom ti)e .tetpholis col lege( of 'lulmbia. .lo., ashout eight via',s :LSO. P1ht' has itigiit school in the counti for several , lrs, ahe I:st I wo eo r'. i.l t let ye1ve ill' , school, a ld her work n ii1 edui(atlir is lig.hly culmnnended by parenits and a:ssoi.te wvulud( live nmade a..7ood 'represent>l 11;1(,(1. 11c accepted the nI aninht"oln foir ilil lililt ilillt ' Alld is 1s gooid iS elecrt'ld now. 011:E'i NELSON. Nle. X. lson is lne reptiblicali ('all didl c for asi solI'. Ili N'ilsion is" in. oif llr hist klown and host re spo(1tlel old I viers, llavin been a resident of Monti;ta for over thirty Year' . lie has resided in the Bfitter liil vialley., near' Victor,' for mans' Weall's. and t.Lvo ;:('a11n' t lhad the misfortlne to lose his le- ire a rulla wa'v aci(lIent. Mr. Nelsoni like all ile oId tiners, is thorourithly honest. iHe really rneeds the oflice, is perfoect ly c'tll;alleh of lilting it, and the peo ple of Ihi;itvlli coulnty will (ilve it to ]ii 111 t 1t1 '(.ivntlir' (i, I)ID. 1:ll3:1. (if lhthiiili n, i:; the 'reinlidal e for coroner, and lihs a walkover in the race. Ile is a practiilig pltysicihii and staunis well \where known. ])r. to hi, pracllice, ni ll ni the (i/h oi N.v'iiiter the11 peopil of i all';i con IV will .te' ailiiiost Uillll ioill[s] t "Ii hti e lecition. COU'NTY ('OMMISSIOCN Ells. T1II' r'ifpulicitn coi(ilniissilner I ictket contains the inai es of .1. F1. Ien dricks. Jseph \VWa;iner and N. E. Wilkersi'on.i, liand aill of themi are wecll qu:li(ied for thlie poisition. Mr. l ill dricks is a well and faivorahl l ktlnowl' nil'her of the titii n c If Jll tdriicks & 1(1l(, the iianil.toin lailnters. lie is llone of the s. ri'esit lien oil I he tick et, a. good ilbusiness lan, andi the peo ple of iantlilon thought so whllwel of ill that, thov ielected him on e of their first, !delrnion alll sh]ort time nl'o shn li the city was incolrporalitedl . 31r. \'iiagner the iuiiiiei firoin thisi se' tion, is a well iknowni faruieir friomi nietr Floreince. ie is successful inI coluluctihnl his own business tand will do .s well for the people. air. Wil (ke(i'so repre-,sents thie ppier end of thc vailley on tie tirket.. lie is native of Ilndepeindenc:c'. Mlo., and t ie' tIo iMoitanua I littl'e over hfie yoll'S iago. lih worke\ d for several YileI.s inll a clerica li pacity for rail r ,ads a idi has liine iusicleiss dailit. At prel sent lie is r a ]n';sllrou, rancher tiner 1)arhv. 'Th I'e populists of Colorado have ;(ndd l lith' Ih ha iplatfolirm, orf at least hI ilt port iin oif thlie partyi whicht resi(esio Piti i cll kiln li~ i h s itlione so The populist co iventlion lof lilklin com'tly l ilich rI'ecently lit., adohpted ; fillgili" oflhl he r lus inh s the follow iesdolved, That we demand the irepeal of tihe delinqillent tax laws anlid dearln ;! law ntl.cted in its stead htcind o1n the pricihplls iof ri'tht aind justice. so that when tite holdings of ;I 'ilizeiln sl;hlil hieci ie delinllqullel Ihero shall ie liino peinalty or lies al tached other than lie lawful inter est of 1'1he state. anuid at the expiration of live vi;trs, if tihe talxes shall not have hen lpaiid, the andus revelr, hack 1n I li C people. I.xCptilly 1te WOllalln mllmter of the commttliti(e oln resolutions all the ilin il eppehr oil the deliniquelnt tax list (of Pitkin (county. In falt, lPitkin county's delinquentll tax listh. slm's that this counil itltee olt riesolhl iols voiced the sentimeniit of tihe party il iti s opposition to the paiiient of taxes. 'Th'e fllowiiug prominent populists appeillar to have failed ito meet their oligat ions to tleet counlit ind c state: Davuis 11. Waite, g;over'iir of Colou radi, is tadvertised as delinquent in the Sll if $107..1: Aoi'clie C. Fisk. slate i Iltli'rat iOil cirliniss1cSIo r. t$1,18i 5: 1. Y. (Chatfield, oif the iiaril( of cattle inspection, $77.48; Ii. .lark Wiieelhr, sutail esea tlior, $385.74; 31. (a tiihli. eiiunty sulperirtendniit oif sciuilts, 713.!t8; (Ow-n T'raince-i, clitlsiliti]e, $1;t.74: S. Coimititii, nonmi -. 31. Ltaihy. nonlitiee ftor juilthie of the 1ei-ce, $8-.4. I. Mct~nigtit., tile liri-senli retireseniatii'e ind I,. Light, ihe u-aiiuilhat e to siuci-(cid hiini aiir lint oh I ie list for thlie veliy good reasoii that t iy -wi e o property.l (hti-i- eitizens p.a their taxos, but ai( asphiarits for iilice who have 1iot paid tlue assussmenits ac'ainst thein. aind aire ciliiorinig fir a law that willtt relieve Iheni atltoitether frim ali,' penaltty icil' their failure. They ar all feedini at the publiacrib, and yel it'lTrudglti tli ietuirn Iii the state the i'fllds lecessaryt.r- lo pay the lunlliflhlli expenses. a .reat phltiiii oif whh.ici is saharie i trawn hy thu (elintqaujtcnts. De.inuo Thnis-Siuiu. T'hc Geo.iirgia Electioni. Inl tiiu tieumia (lc-titn iestirda-,i tiie dimtci'iiiiit it itle'fi'eiid ,ic\ai ltosses iil ith- vsie, Tmiii Watsion, lotlultist, is electeul to iil'rlici-ess. lie is the naili who lois .beo.ii a thini'ii iii the stide oif I he ettllio(,r'tis for si-Veral rears amnd who ac-c-used th dlimilitc'ratii- mi-mtbl-iors if 'onli-ress of teiigo drlilk ilrilig the deli vry of Ihtic speicies 1ha1. they u'riei'i0 1\'o111. to hiqilire tcasiilon aillt" of to- presidhig iiliieri': M.r. Speakier, "whrti wli- s I at I" The dispittt tuday f!lomi Harannati sI ys - ii at I ll i "h- t 'iest iti ei'iithi miiajium-ithis are retllrned froiii thuose -distriets iniclorsii _'tle telaid's fhiaii show ,;.mw itltlli of I he scuttieri friendliness (?) for silvelr we hear sc much oillt in the dclmocrati.c prints. The si me reason ogdhit to make Mon tan lieavil demu1'ratic this year we 5l)lppoS.-- Iutt It Itr-otintaill. A lDEsP':RATE; CASE. The Presidenl Will Elndcavor to Pull Wilson Tltroiuglh. CINCINNATI, 0.. Oct. i.--A speeial to tile Commercial Gtazette from Parkersburg says: So critical hais the situation be come in the Second dtistrict, where A. (G. D)ayton is pitted against Con gressmlan Wilson, that the democrats propose to bring tihe president and vice president of the Unilted States ilnto 1stte sparsely-settled, mounltain ous and rougth portion of the state in order t.o brint aiibout the election of a man whose ideas of t!otlitical economy are alike ruinous to the district from which ice wishes aglain to be sent and the country at htirge. John I. Fel lows aned tIollt'ke C(oci'kratl of New Yorlk, President Cleveland and Vice President Stevenson are the quartet bookedl for the mountain passes and contry cross-roads which compose the Second district, Tihev will arrive, perhalps, altogether, perhaps sin gly, but all in ten diays. lPresident Cleveland has giv\en out thalt 11 is corning into Itandolphli countyto liunt deer. Ilandolpli county is in Mr. Wiho(t's district: and thle direct way for Mr. Cleveland to come is to take tie lialtimlore & Ohio railroad to Ilarller's Ferry. the historic splot and then enter ttie state. From then ihe will go to MIartinsburg and other points aling tihe line until he reachies Clumnberland, when lie will take the \Vest Vireinia Central for Ratndolph. T'll'here are to hle "'spotiiltanleots'"' lp risings of thie people. previously ar r:tged by the dem ocraitlc workers. to greet the nat ion's chief, and tthen ihe is to take occasion to say a good word for li friend ald Inoutlpliece, Mr. Wilson. In this war ie is to Imalkel the circuit of the district. talk ing frmn t(he rear platform of a pailace car to nl-n who are out of work be cause of the policy which the Cleve land-W\ilson combine has forced upon this st:ate. E':DITORIAI. CO.3tIMENTs. The malan who is glad thai1, e10 voted for Clev\'elantd has been founlld at last. Ile is lishin c in liuzzardl's aly. "I wish I felt as sure of eternal salvalion as I do that this country will go rlpublican in 15i1."--(ten. Low Wallace. Logically the republican party is til partiy to which the owners of silver miill's should tloe for favors. Chiea.o 1lraid (dew.) d'er 111he new tariff law ou11r ex ports are ldecreasiiig, and our imports are inc('reasitg. Ilow is that, going to help the .American people? (Governor Tillman closes the faucet and sets down his glass long eilotugt to call .1President Cleveland "an old bagi of heef."--)ialas News (dent.) TomIn Reed and W\Vm. McKuiley, the two glreat eastern I'replubtlican leadlers. are swingintlg towarids silver. T.he prand old party can 1)be depended ul) (in to keep abreast(f the( slpirit of the titmes. 'The twenty-one pounllds of sugar for a dollar tive s'thraep]nk to sevent1eeln. and what housekeeper can mention all expansiont to olsetl this colltrac tionl?--St. Louis (lobe1 Democrat. Senator 11ill hats accepted the dem cr'tic nllomination for govelrnlor of New York. lie realizes that this is thle fight of tiis life, and if beaten by .Mortonll his chllances for tlhe presiden cy are gotlne. Ant tie will be beatenl. Thec trelasIry statemienlt for Sop t1n1ber' shows a deieicit oif $7,701,7i90) ili receilits as eoimpareed withl expendi tures. This is thle wonderful shicowing under the new tariff bill. Wheret is t(ihat $40,000,000 surplus whiich I ilit said this bill would furnish? Since thle palssage of tile democralt ie tarilt bIill co:tton, \iveatf, wool aIld Somlle otietr fairmtI protlctts ihave mlkll]t ed lle lowest p-)rices ever seen in this countiry. Ti'iis is fun for the Ilritishl ers who biuy these prodiucts, ltuit it is death and destructioni to American f'lllli ('S, The'i Cincinncati Times-Star prints a special f'roml] Lexington, .Kentutck.l, lwhichi says thiat ttie friends of W. C. P. Ilreckinridge are bringing himtl out for UInited States senaltor. WVould not tlIt be nice, after Iis repudia ation b' tie deilnocrats of his dis trict? "I an 1 I inecihanic who voted the rl'publlicali ticket in 1892," said a mlan \wh1 illtrociduced himself to eGovernsl Mc t'inleyt. "and now J ulrip with til two associates who voted the dcllleratic e ticoelt last time, bilut theyv \'ill leverdo it again."--Indian a p 11 is ,Ioulr ll . The Int(.r 31ountain cannot ilnma ille why anyon:e ill Butte should vote tle'd as usuali is le\tel. ---Westerll t)emlocr'at. T1he I t er 3ioulltain canllot imag ineo why vlynlle in Mlontana slhould vote for 1[1i. Corlbett. The Intecr Muontain's !ha1(. Is 1usual. is level. '1'he scandal in which the populist offlicials of Kansas are involved is only one of the romany that haie disgraced that party in Kilnsas, Colorado and other states. The "deal' between the delocrals and populists in 189)2, by which Cleveland's election was promoted and the populists given control of state ollices, has proved a costly thingfor the states concerned and a (hulmiliation to the nation. One explanation given of the big republican majority in 'Maine is that 20,000 democrats remained at home to hell) ex-Speaker Reed as a presi dential candidate. As Mr. Ilontelle's majority is .10,519. or more than 2,000 greater than that of Mr. Reed, and as Mr. I)ingley's majority is also about 2,000 greater, that explanation will not work. It was disgust with t:he democratic party tli .t made the republican lmajority the largest on reccord. Infmediately llhartman was renomi nated for congress every republicae paper in the state camne out and spoke of his ability, and even the leading democratic papers followed suit. The democrats nominated Corbett and the silence all through is pro. found. Int that's easy to explain. There isn't one man out of every ten in the state that ever heard of Cor bett before. In fact there was hardly one out of five in the convention which nominated him who had. We have- both admiration and re garld for the northern democracy, but in all kindness we would suggest to them to count less upon a solid south and to worI'k harder for a (democratic lnorth. The south cannot always be the backbone and mainstay of the party, nor will it always be solid. Let our northlern brethren brace up and roll up some majorities among themselves and for themselves. That would hellp the party greatly, even in the south.-Petersburg Index-Appeal (deam.) The lion. IBob Smith, in his speech ait Como, let the democrats down very lightly, because he had hopes that the democratic state conventionm would endorse him and his candidacy. When lie got to Victor lie heard of the nomination of Ilal Corbett, and in that town and Stevensville lihe launched his deadliest tipped arrows at thalt party. Ioub is "sly, devilish sly." and if lie had been endorsed would have shot all his mnlmunition at the republican army. lhon. John M[. T.lnhurston was par ticularly felicitous in introducing MeKinlev ai Oanhla. lie said that when General 1'hil Sheridan in his riamouni riule re ieachel the \Wincihetero battle ground the first thing he saw was a young lieutenant re-forming tie ranks of his compalny. T'hall ollicer was William McKinley of Ohio, and he is now again reforming the ranks of the loyal men who in tend to resist assaults of the tramp mlakiing party that is nlow enjoying a temporary victory. Let no one e deceived. The fightli this fall for coiigressmailn is between Corbett and Halrtman. Bob Smith is not in it. The populists them selvs know that a man clannot aban don a life-time of Kentucky democ racy in a day, unless lie is consumned 1by a burning desire to go to congress. Sensible inppulists know their conven tion was tricked into nominating at lllua1 who was not known to be a member of their party until the day of nomination. ,.The populists of Smith's own countlV. city and ward did not know him as one of their number, and he had to go across a rangeof mountains and fail in with stranllgers Ibefore lie could get into the iraliks.-- nildepenidenlt. 'lThe lamiilton News and the Gransdale Advertiser claimilig to be pollulist ipapers, are alreIady engaged in bIoomiing democratic candidates oni the [I1avalli county ticket. T'..hile first papler is advocating the election of Faulds and 'Farris, and the other paper is printing complimclentary notices of I. L. Meyers. 1)o you ever see a pIlpulist paper saying i good word for a republican candidate? Not lmuch. Tl.hey know what popu lism in the west was started for-to kill the republlican party and help the democrats-and tllhey are trying to fulfill their miission. low does it set with our fri'cmds who were formerly 1rep()11licians land have now joined the populists? IDoes it not look as though you were being used to pull democratic chestnuts out of the fire? And what l(ue yol going to do about it? AUT)aMN MUSIC. Election tilne's at-conllihi', Coelih' p(lrty nigh. oil, doll't .ye_ healr it ]l mnallil'? ( !in' by oiil hy. It's i tusSlc. AS ' a ((sile, An' you folks Iez .ot( to hIustlh; lFor ye '1 htear tile bI.illotl rusthl The indhhilts tire sprhingio', Sprinlgin' O ii the stunilm Ju slt hletr 1tlic shiout s ac-iininl', Listel toi 't lll lnillp It'S a tussle, A.n' a bustle, Aii' y ll candidatei s imust hustle; 'lause yo'll hellr the l(tllots rustle By Ian' hy,. -Ni'w 'moik .un. HENRY BUCK & CO. DEALERS IN General Merchandise, AND LEADERS IN Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, COME AND INSPECT OUR FINE LINE OF 'ýSHOES JUST OPENED. FRESH FROM TIHE FACTORY. A liberal patronage in all lines is solicited 'and satisfaction is guaranteed. Renember the place. HENRY BUCK & CO. Stevensville, Montana. O. C. COOPER & CO. Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries and Hardware. We carry a Fine Stock of General Merchandise, consisting of Ready-Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Sheos, Brushes, Combs, Soaps, Pocket Books and Stationery. Grain and Ranch Produce Bought and Sold. Looks Like Treachery. It is announced that the African mail has brought news of serious fighting between Arabs and Bcilgians in the Congo state. It is alleged the Belgians claimed a truce after heavy fighting then liheuned In tilhe Arabs and massacred them without qu0ar ter. Another account says the Arabs, commanded by Chief ltamiliza, after a truce, agreed upon a conference which was eventually louinencled, but almost inmmediately al'terl'.rd the Arabs' powder tlagaz'iie exploded. This caused both sides to suspect treachery and fighting was vo,' ' nlr l The Arabs were surrounded on all sides by the Belgians and were ,early all massacred. Chief' Illniliza. e(s caped, but a majority of hiis i'ollowers perished. Over 30 chiefs were num bered among the slain The 13e1 gians captured 300 Laklls with their property. Notice. All persons knowing themselves in debted to Valleyv Drug store, will please call and settle at once, as I 1must raise some money. Thllanking you all for past patronage, and so liciting a share of your trade in the future. I am respectfully yours, J. D. Missiu. Postolflice Inspector J. M. McClure (lied at Kansas City Friday afternoon of injuries received during the car nival festivities the night before,. lie was assaulted by a masquerader who beat him on the head. McClure was rendered unconscioull and remained in that condition until lie died. Ile was an old government employe and was well know". FOR THE STATE CAPITAL. OFFICE OF TilE SECitLTAly OF' STATE', I lilELENA, MiIlll:Litt, SClt. 28, 118)1. Fotlowlig aLre tilLe Il;llles of the ie10ies nloml tlnalted for theo plate of perl'lllnltllen loc:Ltio1 of tile seaL of goverlnlllllnt0 of the Stl1e oof MtOll tbllL having received tle hiahest num er of votes at tile general election held in lhe State of Monlualt on Tuesday, Novembelr 5, 18W2: City of Anaconda. City of Ilelena. -oNITED 'STATES OFl AIMII1CA, I ,State of Montalu , I(S. I, Louis liatwitt, secret:lry of st12 of th lI stalte of Montllna, to herefby eretify 1 :r t tile fofeginllg cities 11(ae bee10 ll 1 n IOllilll tionl for te llc of nllllCenlllC loationl t of tile seat of goverlnmell of nlomll lllal L lt([ , tha thle Salre ind all thl:reof were u presented to, andt1 (iled with me prior lo September 8, 18112, a lld 1,hat each eertibic:te of ]1o1 inill i oil, c(n tltlillg tL!le nlam1 e of thile city llOlllliattel for thle phace If lpe'lm1,nfollt 0oc ti(1n1of t1he seat of govl'ernelllet, colltainedt tile nlallne of tilhe colt Ity wIhelreinl thIe: Smllle is situated, nd wall s Wil signed bly aIt least twenty-five electors residl illg within tlhe Coullty lwhel'leilln such city namred was s tilltua t illd (aOlltlined with eaLch sinlliature thle place of r'esidtclle, Iusilness clll(l bIusiness atdress of each elector Irespect ively. I further cerlify that tilhe state loard of clll1vasse1'sl f the state of IOlllIntiln, 1on tlhe l21st day of Ileiombel, 16012, d1lly CalnIIltssed tile 0lict.iloln I'etulrls "For pltt0e of 1 1loca1t11 n of) the Iperm10lllt 'lt Claitsa of tile State of Moll IlllL," lld .llldetermined flonl tile abstrl:cts tlrllllllilLtted to me, as secrcetll'y of state, ill sa1.I year, tile votes cast at, suci elec tion, and thallt the stttemenllt mllade out by me on said tliy, as s10cr le1ltry of stlto of Montallna ald secretallry of salid board, showed that there was no110 hoie for place tf location of tha e pel'mainent t calpi tal of tile stalte of M~lontalllna, lnd thalt such staltemenlt further showed that of all thile cities 11tli to()0ns Voted fol' at tilt' ( -ICIn lI elect.ion ill 18(2, tel "City of r Amlil0ofl(ll" lind thle "City of elllenl" were tile twlo c1ities 1re 0e11lg l10le highelst number of vot's. An ll tlllhe c10 erltify that it thie ,enClal teletioll hi "I, he yea r IS., Lt wit: eil Tl'nestiay, -Novemnber' n. 119(, titu Seltemsiion .f Iperm:(ei9 hloctlltotnl of tl( s' it of goverl'ie ofllt ( of M1 - aInI 1s hel't'llysub it lli t dldto tietle atiliedl Irlee 1000' of the m1ll;' in "('o'dl'(llllCe ','ith1 ire' pro 1ISI10(0 (10 I1 II;lll, (1(111011 ''All Act l('rlvi i ,l for thte sulI)issionll Of the qluestionll ofI 1 he p 1' lm1a11 10( t lo( t)ilon ,1 (1ile0 Seat of Go)velr',IIIe1," a;pproveid 3M:1rch ti. 1, all( Section 2, At'lcl e X. 0of (ht', C'0110 (IL i Ron. Ill testinloly whelttof n hlvte hCPerunto set ny Ilal/id ind~ if fixedt litI Great Seal of tihe Slttle [SEAtl.] (if MoIltllla, at Idele, the c' p ital of S(ai state, this, tit 2Mbi daly of Seplember, A. I). 18194. L. ROTWI'IT", (Secr0ttlry of St1te of thle Stair of Mlonlll:l. Valley_ Drug Store o01l DRUG5 CHEMICALS, And Patent Medicines of All Kinds, TOBACCO AND OiGARS, and N I.TS of all kinds, )Dye Stuff, Combs and Brushes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Stationery, Toys. W/lines c& Liquors ItO Mlcdicilllnl Purposes. Prescriptions and Family Recipes Receive .Prompt and Careful Attention. J. D. MISER, Druggist. rTEVI NSVILLl, - MONTANA. Restaurant. THE POPULAR DINING PARLORS. Main Street, - Stevensville; -0 First-Class Service, First-Class Meals, MEALS 25 CENTS STRAIGIT. Elegant Rooms with Heat con nected with Restaurant. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. DAN WENTWORTH Prop. FRANK J. MORRTS, ROBERT F. CAMI, U. S. Commissioner. Notary Public. MORRIS & CAMP, Real Estate, -J.Insurance AND GENERAL LAND BUSINESS. HI AMILTON, - - MONTANA. HORSES! I have for SALE or TRADE a Band of clyde and Shire Horses, consisting of Colts and Geldings. Will sell for OTHER STOCK OR FOR GRAIN JOHN A. SIIEPARD, C orvallis, Mopnt