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WEDNEBSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. S1ME .
The "principle" for which the IrOn
block bolters contend is that a county
canvassing board has authority to throw
out the lawful returns of a precinct.
Stripped of all verbiage and misrepre
sentation the conflict in Helena narrows
itself to the question: has a canvassing
board the right to determine what returns
shall be counted. Judge Knowles de
clared that it had not. Judge DeWolfe
reaffirmed that decision. Other judges
have done likewise, for the occasions are
many where persons have attempted
frauds like those enacted by the majority
of the Silver Bow board. The right of
the majority to rule, the right of the peo
ple to elect their own representatives, the
right of these representatives and no
other to make laws for the people, all
these rights are involvedin the pending
conflict at Helena. They are all worth
fighting for. If we. surrender them, we
yield principles as precious as those
for which the patriots fought and fell at
No conpromise is possible under such
circumstances. Either the so-called
Butte representatives have full right and
title to sit in the house or they have not.
They either received a majority of the
votes cast on the 1st of October or they
do not. There is no middle course. To
admit that there was would be to concede
that we are governed by fraud and that
all the safe-guards provided by the con
stitution have proved valueless in pro
tecting the people from villiany and scoun
The democrats may rely that the peo
ple will vindicate them. By opposing
fraud and baffling the schemes of Blake,
Sanders and the rest, they are doing their
duty as fully as if they were engaged in
muking laws or electing senators. It is
the Iron block mob not the democrats
that the people will hold responsible foi
for blocking the wheels of legislation and
depriving Montana of due representation
in the United States senate.
It is a gross shame that the sovereignty
of the people can be outraged and that a
body shall be allowed to enact a
burlesque on legislation at Helena. It is
gross injustice for members who were
chosen to serve the people to engage in a
conspiracy against taem and refuse to sit
in the lawful house with the lawful
representatives. Of all the crimes com
mitted in the name of party this is the
worst. In the end it will defeat the pur
pose for which it was intended. Fraud
will never win in Montana.
It is announced that Congressman Car
ter will give a complimentary vote for
Reed to reward him for his speeches in
the recent campaign. Then Carter will
feel at libhrly to vote as he likes. This
double dealing is not complimentary to
Montana whatever it may be to Reed.
The great extent of our silver interests
requires that Montana's representative
should actfilrmly and consistently in the
nomination of a speaker. Some other
means should be found to repay Mr. Reed
who is a bitter. unrelenting enemy of our
silver interests. Why not send round the
THaE choice of ex-Governor William
C. Squires as United States senator for
Washington corresponds with that of ex
Governor Pierce in Dakota. Senator
Squires combines eastern training with
the broad spirit of the great west. He
has done much for the material advance
ment of Washington and will rise above
partisan considerations when the welfare
of the northwest is at stake.
THE democrats have done well in se
lecting the speaker of the house of rep
resentatives. Hln. C. P. Blakely of Gal
latin will discharge the duties of his posi
tion with firmness and ability. He will
act fairly toward his political opponents
and do his part in rendering this legisla
ture beneficial to all Montana.
Now the French Canadians call for
freedom. They contend that they are as
much entitled to home rule as the Brazil
The rage of the republian organs is
great. The conspirators are battled. .fhe f
timely proclamation of Governor Tools
and the precautions which he took discon
certed the vile schemers who are using
the members of the rump house to serve
their own selfish purposes.
The proclamation of Governor Toole
which spread so much dismay in the
conspirators' ranks is a calm, judicial
document which it was perfectly proper
for the governor to issue at any time.
In that memorable document, Governor
Whereas, on the 11th day of November,
A. D. 1889, a proclamation was signed and
issued convening the first legislative as
sembly of the state of Mlontana at the seat
of government on Saturday, November
23td, at 12 o'clock noon, and,
Whereas, no provision of the constitu:
tion or of the laws provide the place in
which the said legislative assembly shall
meet, and no officer or person is express
ly authorized by the constitution or the
laws to desigona'e such a place of meet
ing; and iwhereas, it is necrslar'y that
some suitable and convenient place of
meeting shall be designated and t-rovided;
and wotereas, it has come to my knowl
edge that two sets of certificates have
been issued to persons claiming to be
elected to said legislative assembly, each
emanating from a different source and not
all the same persons; and,
Whereas, it is probatle that a conflict
may arise between the respective claim
ants to seats in said body and in the or
ganization thereof which may imperil
the peace of tile state; anti,
Whereas, one set of said certificates
have been issues and delivered pursuant
to Section 1,0388 of the general election
laws of Montana by the county clerks of
the respective counties, and by virtue of
Section 18 of an act of the legislative as
sembly of the territory of Montana, en
titled "An act to provide for the registra
tion of electors and prevent fraud at
elections," approved March 8th, A. I).
1889; whereas, by express law the persons
holding such certificates are declared to
be entitled to mtembership and deemed to
he elected for all' purposes of organiza
tion of either branch of the legislative
Whereas, when so organized such leg
islative assembly by the constitution be
comes the judge of the qualification of its
Now, therefore, I, Joseph K. Toole,
n governor of the state of Montana, do
y hereby designate the court house of the
Scounty of Lewis and Clarke atthe said
seat of government as the place where
the said assembly, comprising the persons
e- holding and presenting certificates of
ts election from said county clerks, shall
as In a spirit of patriotism worthy of the
e- days of the republic, Governor Toole
Ee adds: "For the" peaceful observance of
as this proclamation, I invoke the aid of all
e good citizens without distinction of party."
*d It will be seen that Governor Tools in
no way exceeds the constitutional author
a ity with which he is invested. It wap his
. duty to provide a place of meeting forthe
e legislature. It was hisduty also to direct
ato ttention to the law which makes county
11 certificates the proper credentials for
g members of the house of representatives,
h as defined by the statutes.
e The democratic members acted through
re out in accordance with the governor's
at proclamation. They organized the house
in an orderly, legal manner. Their whole
th proceedings bear the stamp of legality.
td They can afford to laugh at the burlesque
td on legislature which is being enacted in
pt. presence of slim houses in the Iron block.
TsaE Herald is uneasy about the pro
ceedings of the republicans. On Satur
day it said that there was no objection
raisea to 49 of the 55 members of the
house. "Let these," it added, "unite in a
temporary organization, leaving the five
contested seats to be filled after a com
mittee, composed of members from both h
parties, has thoroughly investigated the
Tunnel precinct." This is all very well.
ilut how is the committee to be formed?
'he conduct of the republican members ,
shows plainly that they cannot be trusted t
to act fairly when partisan interests are t
it stake. Moreover, Judge DeWolfe a
has already declared that Precinct 84
should have been counted. Is a house
:ommittee likely to do better?
"OAPTAIoN" Taylor, the sergeat-at-arms
of the Iron block crowd,is supposed to be
*sill "game warden" of Cascade county at I
100 per month At least he was ap- I
oiLt din September,for fourmonthsand
as, one has heard of Ihis resignation.
What will become of our game if the
'warden" presists in staying away? Did
se foresee that the new board maight
lbolish the sinecure he enjoyed so much
during the campasiEn?
NoSrsING can be gained by organizing
.he senate until all of its members are
ready to act in accord with the lawful
house and no other. No business could
be done with eight senators recognizing
one house and eight the other. The
satest course for tae democrats is not to
allow the senate to be organized until they
have tihe fullest guarantees that the repub
lican representatives mean to act in good
faith and abandon filibustering.
I1 was a brave act on the part of the
men who on Saturday went down into the
Anaconda mine to take out the blasting
powder that threatened destruction to the
entire mine. They went down also with
thle noble purpose of rescuing four men
who were on the fatal level where smoke
was doing its deadly work.
CONORBsasAN CArpo who knew noth
ing about the Silver Bow fraudulent can
vass when he wrote a letter to the Rolfe
became fluent on the subject when ihe
arrived in Chicago. There he proved
himself an adept at mlsrepreseataion.
Ex-A.TTORNEY GENERAL CLAYBERGs'
opinion ought to satisfy all. fair-mind
ed people that the Silver Bow represen
tatives who hold county certificates are
the only ones from there who ate entitl
Id to make laws for Montana.
'THE republican party is digging its
own grave by the conduct which the
rump house is pursuing in Helena. The
democrats can stand it as well as the re
Sfl afirm, Goveraor Tools,.
Montana awaits with suspense the re
sult of the proceeding in Helena today.
Governor Toole has done wisely in is
suing a proclamation which upholds the
right of members with county certificates
to seats in the legislature. This is in ac
cod with the spirit and letter of the ter
ritorial law, which has not been expressly
repealed by the constitution. The state
cnvassers are allowed to p!lss on the re
turns from the.counties in order to secure
a uniform return for tile guidance of the
house, but in case of a conflict the return
of thli county board :as priority. This
has been established by opinions given by
Judge Blake and Secretbary Walker whlien
their minds were not warlped by prejudice
and when they had no purtisitn purpose to
gain like that now at stake. Attorney
General Clayberg gave recently a like
opinion, which our special dispatch, says
the Independeut publishes for the
information of the "kickers."
Tie republicans have been rendered
desperate by this timely proclamation
and have called a rump legislature,which
Auditor Kinney is to call to order. This
dodge will not avail. There stands in its
way the following obtlacles:
I. The proclamation of Governor Toole,
which is in accord with the law.
11. The unorganized senate. So long
as the republican senators refuse to act
with the deimocratic senators no senate
can be organized. The democrats will
take good care to hold aloof until the re
ipublicans see the error of their ways and
scome to terms. The republicans will be
f responsible for all the evils that may
arise. These evils are great. The con
duct of the republicans may prevent the
, election of United States senators, de
prive the state of all legislation, prevent
the payment of salaries and disorganize'
generally the state government. When
- the full bearing of such evils dawn upon
e the conspirators they are likely to recall
from the false position which they have
assumed. Should they'delay to do so, we
ts trust that the common sense of the rank
and tile will warn the leaders that they
must not wreck the state in their bane
e attempt to steal control of the legislature.
d We congratulate the people of Montana
-e on the bright prospect that right will
i triumph and that the plotters will be driv.
11 en into obscurity by the. indignation of an
ON a fair poll, Cascade county would
support the lawful house of representa
tives by a large majority. Messrs. Hastie
and Lochray do not represent Cascade
county when they take sides with the
Iron block mob.
THio rump house has had the audacity
to send a committee to inform Governor
Toole that they are in session. We hope
Governor Toole will treat them with the
contempt which they deserve.
SeN RIVER SCINTILL44aIONS.
rapecial Correspondence of the TaTm NEs.1
ScU RIVER, NOv. 22.-Charlie Woods
Mr. Largent has sold his hardware
stock. The purchaser will move the
goods to Cascade
The.Sun'Rived school is second to none
in a ciphering mnatch.
The Largent hotel, renotvated and shin
ing, is how doing a good business with
Mr. Brown proprietor.
Rev. Mr. Eubanks will preach in the
Mt. E. church next Sundayat 11 a. m.
Our Postmaster, Mr. Crone, is "all
smiles to night." Its a bouncing baby
bhe ball, at Murray's hall on Thanks
giving evening will be the event of the
The advanced class of A. T. Kellisou's
room has organized a debating club, and
the next question, "resolved, That the me
tropolis of a state should be the capital,"
will prove ot interest.
The bun River Literary .Society is
giving able programmes on Wednesday
evening of each week in the assembly
room of the high school building.
'Washington's Merits as a Geneiral" was
the subject this week, The affirmative
speakers were A. T. Kellison, Wm. Cook
I and H. W. Strigfelloaw; negative, Judge
Burcher, Dr. Stone and hMr. Cok. The
judges decided in favor of the affirma
With its intense itching, dry, hot skin,
often broken into painful cracks, and the
little watery pimples, often causes in
describable suffering. Hood's Bursa
parills has wonderful power over this
'disease. It purifies the blood and expels
the humor, and the skin heals without a
scar. Send for book containing many
ltatements of cures, to C. I. Hood & Co.,
1 Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
Go to H. Rlngwald for Christma Gifts
I take pleasure to announce to the pub.
lic that I have a large assortment of all
kinds of Jewelry suitable for holiday
gifts, consisting of Diamond Ear Drops,
Rings, Studs, 'Ladies' and Gents' Fin'
Gold Watches, Gents' Vest Chains wand
Chaurms, Ladies' and Misses' Gold Neck
laces of the latest designs. I have all
klinds of Plain and Oval Band Rings; a
Sfine assortment of Genuine Stone Set
Rings, consisting of some beautiful fipe
rcut, Cameo, Onyx, Amethyst, Turquois.
P'earl, Garnet, Intaglio, and in fact all
kinds and descriptions of the very latest
designs made. All at a small margin
above cost for 60 days only.
Five. 10, 15 and 20 cent couhters at the
You can find flower pots at the Bee
Every body buys ice cold butter at
Good lunch counter for rent. Apply
at Headquarter saloon.
Go to the Bee live Store for Glass,
Orockery and Tinware.
For furnished and unfurnished rooms
in good h.calit) call on Phil. Gibson.
Before purchasing your guns and amu
nitidn call and examine the large stock of
Bach, Cory & Co.'s.
Dr. J. K. Corskaddon has removed his
dental office to C.illins' block, Central
avenue, opposite Lapeyre's drug store.
Call on Hotchkiss & Hawkins if you
want any kiid of Plumbing or steam fit
ting donue, All kinds of supplies on hand,
PROGRESS AT GREAT FALLS.
IrTIIERTO there has been considerable
waste in the production of copper. The
ore when rich has been sent to the enst
for refining. The refined copper is then
sent elsewhere to be made into wire or
other articles. "Mantte," which Is cv per
with impurities is likewise sent east after
it has been produced at the furnaces lb
Anaconda and Butte. It is sent to the
eastern smelters simply because there
are no refineries in Montana in which
it could be reduced with economy.
A new departure is now at hand. In
Great Falls, the Boston & Montana com
pany will erect the largest smelter in the
United States. It will also establish here
Sa refinery where the copper which has
been deprived of impurities in'the smel
ter will undergo further treatment which
s will make it ready for drawing into wire
o and for all manufactuting purposes.
a Much economy in the cost of production
and in freight will be effected by this meth
I od, which will correspond with thlose.pro
t cesses in iron manufacture by which steel
rails are produced direct, from pig iron
a that has been made near by.
s It is not intended to stop here. The
immense water power will be utilized to
manufacture wire and the many other
articles that are made of copper or in
g which that metal is the leading compo
at nent. Further saving will be effected by
e this course. The great west and east will
.1 be supplied with copper goods direct
from Great Falls, These goods will be
d made with such economy that they will
e come into more general use than at pres
y ent when the cost of copper sheating and
1- utensils limitstheir use considerably.
Is a consitt. o: I rA:., aZ, l.:'s disease
adtherefor. ,! ~ 5 .lAi,; ,y local ap
plcations:. ; i . :: ::^: 'ual rem.
edy like HIod ; , Y. 1' ', working
hlrougll tile l:W,, d. : d,:tee : e Impurity
which :euse~:n:;', " .::, : e disease, and
effects a permr:r' Thiieosalds of
people test!fy to L Satrso
parilla as a lcn'.'.', , . ln other
preparations l:L;iad: ' , ..'i trsaparlllt
also builds up the :, . :i nd makes
you feel renewe.d in a..,: ::. ri .::'ength.
"I used Ilood':. i:.i aparilin for catarrh,
and received gre:il. ':,;i and benIeet from it.
The catarrh was very di..agreeiable, especially
in the winter, care:sin;::; ,o.tnt discharge from
my nose, ringing tnisc, ion my ears, and pains
in the back of nly lead. The effect to clear
my head in I .: ' ti t I: a : n anid cpl
ring was i , :~:c,', u top::: rooll:ta 'ave
me relief oct uo;t.", ti, ecthitly i l.ce I was
entirely cured. I :,i never weithout Hood's
Sarsaparilla In my u1.iis. . h Itikit is worth
Its weight in gFold."' I:. I . GInB, 1029
Eightll Street, N. W., WOmVhllgitop, D. C.
Boldbyalldruggiste. e5 do e h irt. lreparedonly
by O.I. HOOD & C O., A ccatlo l', Lowell, Mss.
100 Doses One Dollar
The above bright 0d begevolent face, is Dr.
A, W. Acker, of England, discoverer of the
celebrated Aoker's English Remedy for Con
sumption and other, popular preparations. Dr,
Acker practised in his younger days among the
middle classes of London, and was the means of
doing great good, but his health failed and he
found himself in the grasp of consumption, with
awife and child dependlug upon him for support.
While in this oondtion, he discovered the cele
brated English Remedy,saved his own life anl
has since saved the lives of thousands who were
an the sure road to deathi,Any man or woman
who feels a tickling in the throat, who coughs,
opeo.dlly in the morning . ho raises or iesee
tht feeling across tie chest, who hoos go rp
shooting pains through the lbuag or dtlllony In
beathing, should o.e teithet Le are the jret
niptomsf f oonmemplp. which, If neglected
are sure to result 'fatally, Dr. Aker's English
semedy has cured mo than one thousand per
sons who unquestionably had consumption aand
whowere given op'y their friends. It meriis
tapopularity and is sold by reputable druggists
in every city and town IinsAmerma.Y ,ou mee't
olord to bi wlhot it .
Just opened to the pnblio one of the
Largest and Best Stock of Drugs
EVER BROUGHT TO MONTANA.
Also a full line of
Books, Stationery and Toilet Articles,
t Andthe oelebrsted Sweet Puff and other brands
'A, A. L. REOER, Prop.
Second St, Drug atore, Great Falle. Mont
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS & GIRLS
Fall Term, 1889, will open on
Boarding and Tultion, per month, - $10
Washing, per month, - - $1
t., Peter's Mission is sitatead in a beautiful
and healthful vlleyn nar Fort S w, Mont., and
the school is notei throughout the state ior its
For prospeotos and fall parttioulars apply to
Father upaerior of the feion, or platar
Amade. upett osesa of Boa Bn. hehooli ta
ALEX IA LAPEYIE .
LAPEY& 1 KBR.Or,
% E CAIRY A ]FiL.l LINE ON
Drugs, I 'rES. Lil y . ..
Oils, Glass, La lps, Wati p at Y, ,
Frescript ions a Specialpe . li
A M H O L T E R . P r e ai d e n i. . ; 1 9 Ti I ii C T iC4r
HOLTER .LU9EL CO.
Incorporated, Chi ia, $100,000,
IN CONNECTION GFEAT I K \ \JAfN liii.
Lumber, Flooring, ,i. ..n ingles; ° .... " .
Windows, Lime an n ai d ng n:: exc:b(
SHOTCH iS3 2dW HAW 3
d HAVE THE FINEST ASSO3TMENT OF
Shelf, Build r" rware
in GREAT FALLS. Estimates for PLUMBING furnished on application. All kinds of PLUMBING ANL
TIN WORK DONE TO ORDER. Call and got prices. Stone block, Central Avenue.
GREAT FALLS LTUMBER CO().,
EA. 1V.VJ"YEE de CO, CGSCP.A.1<f
WE MANUFACTURE AND KEEP .II STOCK ALL KINDS OF
Dressed and Matched Flooring, Dressed Siding, Finished Lumber, Lath and Shingles.
ALSO DEALERS IN
Minnesota Flooring, Siding and Finishing Lumber, Sash, Doors, etc. First-class Oregon Cedar Shingle
always on hand. All kinds of Moulding. Orders Filled direct from the Mill if desired.
OThLe BUYTEB' GUYIDE is
issued Maroh and Sept.,
each year. It is an enoy
clopedia of useful infer.
mateion for all who pur
cehase the luxuries or the
necessities of life. We
Pan clothe you and furnish you with
all the necessary and unnecessary
appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep,
eat, fish, hunt, work, go to churoch,
or stay athome, and in various aies,
styles apd quantities,. Just figure out
What is required to do all these thingse
ICOMFORTADLI, and yeou eon make afair
estimate of thie value of the BUYERS'
GUIDE, which will be sent upon
receipt of 10 cents to pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
11.1-14 Miohigan Avenuee, Chicago,Ill.
This is no Patent Medicine Ad.
Worry Kills More Men
When a man is siok he is constantly tlhinking
of what would become of his fomily in oase of
his death. The doctor has to minister to themind
ino body and the chances oif recovery are les. I
When a man knows that h h an iurance
polioy in a ouod Old-line ompany whioh is as
ood as wot, he-does not worry and the
chances of his reoover .are two toone in his
oaver, Do n dtoieay. uesre with T. GfHA
GAN in the Nest, Stron et and ldest company
in the world. Opposital car Hotel, GOrea Fale.
Mare TakJen Up.
Strayed to my ranoh, a black mare, branded
on the lefteshoalde,. Owaer caa have her by
proving pEoper ty, nlt pn l ,ibbey
SAND COULEE, MONT.
Leased at reasonable rates for concerts,
balls, celebrations, etc, Has a seating
capacity of about 200.
'r9son Bros., Proprs'
From the sone ire Valley, oiaposite Great
Falls, a 5-year-old Ohestnut Horse, branded
as on left shoulderand vented. ks a haarnes
masks on sabouderea, Weight obaat 0lpoindsd
We vill pay $ reward fortisreternto se t the
Headquartere Saloon, Great Falls.
City Horse-Shoeig, Shop;
Makes a Specialty of Cors, quarteir
OCrack, Thrush and. other dlsaasas of the
[se First-elasw'orkguaranteed. Shoe
ing gentlemen's drivers a specialty.
GEQ. D. GRAY.
Shop opposite Park Theater.
Strayed toy smtabes this day, a very dark
ro.giroy haores white star on forehead; also a
saddee and brdle as him. Owaerd hay the
same b 'payig eosts. TOS. EGttINTON
tBilwa Hotel, at Falls,
Oct. 15 , a .
Far travelers going to 1ar, er a d LKb
bay from Great Falls. G"otd stabling
and teed. Board and Lodging. Wines,
Liquors and Cigars. Robt, Iates, Otter
Creek, six miles aboatve Belt.
$t0 reward wtll be paid fer the return to
Blsandin's Stables, in Sasd Coulee, of tha fat
lowing: asrbled prrxperty; One bleak mars
et hp aa b d lesI o twt her; one
black gelding, a years old, branded 0 on left
shoulder oe bs'geldil, p 'are ol, branded
Fur Cape, Cellrrs ad Capes for ladies
$t Joe Qosred's,
Murohy, Maclay Lo.
'WHOLESA.L.E AND RETAIL
R 0 L H ý
OEALE RS IN
GREAT FALLS, - - - MONTANA
11. O. UHOWEN, PRkt ONI KiNO . I. WVIL('L)
Pra~ident. VicePresident. See. ,. raa.
£CATIARAT 11&L IL 9iiK1
Mnanfanturers of the following Erands of High-Grade B'lour
Diamond Golf. ust,
Cataract, Silver Le6e
CASH PAID FoD. EA' MiLL FEED FOR.SALE
0 2-1t s ll0-A ft o oUentrol Avenue, r- F GreatFallsMon
OF HELENA, MONT,:,
Pain-Up Oapital - $500,000 Surplus and PLts 300,000
Individual Deposits $2,300,000 I Government Deposi t 10,,000
S. T.. HAUI>T], President, A. J. DAVIS, Vie-rdesiden
E. 'W, KN OI T Chier, T. H. KLEINSOHMIDT, Ass't-OCah.
tI8 ATIONAL, Foit Benton, Monhtano;"
vIISSOULA NATIONAL, Missoula, Montana
S FI'RSTNATIONAL,, Butte, Montana.
A General Banking Business Transacted,
: ABELT, ON1 AN A
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