The Age (Boulder, Mont.) 1888-1904, July 17, 1889, Image 1

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R Warren's livery stable, t t t t t t t Meals at all hours. fUrnished room& 1 MOULIIIMIL Air MOINTA N A. TIMMS 101TX:03 - 1fflOC)10 leCYTET-J. BOULDER, MONTANA. .der the new management the W1713012 I. the MT MST CLUB IlarIL in Dcadder. THE Omen table is set at the wieners mad embraces all the eubstantiale Is be found in the market Geod rooms \ well furnished, and haring moet comfortable beds. JOHN 13 A 1 = 2.\PAL PROPRIETOR 130V1.DIM 1101' SINAINCH AND HOTEL, WM. TJOYTTER. Paoranrroa, These PlySings hare most WonderRil Curative Properties IVI all forme of 1 7 1.1a araasaaaatica r ri - cs‘a blew APO IC LIMA Poisoning and General Debility. -10(- Tire @prow. ia • M )1 1 cľ Pt./CASA:ter R F01-21` Fee thrse who are overworked and weary and who field» a few Stye' relief from toil and hum- mers and want a few dart — 2 0 : ---- Han is *Imp lb. lei it leibeal inseams mil Ink en roe n ill Putties tif Me NAcii Tl AWT` Ferns At.?, TRAMS [Gathered for THE Aux.] Hew oft the eight of means to do ill deeds, Make deeds ill dane. -Iihateap:re. The essential principle of property being to assure W. all persons what they have produced by their labor and accumulated by their abstinence, this principle can not apply to what is not the product of labor, the raw material of the earth.—John Stuart In hare what's best ot us denied. The need» God gave ne diealluwed, Till death comes piteously to hide Our unkimed fates in the shroud, This is to bee woman. -Atice Carey. He who knows the most, he who knows what sweets and virtues are in the ground, the waters, the plants, the heavens, and how to come at thew enchantments, is the rich and royal man.-- Emerson. The good are better made by ill. Ao odors crushed are sweeter still. -sums/ Vipers. Bodily labor alleviates the pains of the mind; and hence arises the happi- ness of the poor. -.--La Rochefoucauld. We may do without poetry, music and art, We may do without consciente, we may do without heart, We may do without friends, we may do without books, But civilized MAUI can not lire without cooks. -Owen Meredith. Receive no satisfaction for premed- itated impertinence; forget. it, forgive it, but keep him inexorably at a distance who offered it.—Lavater. To hide your tracks w here'er you go, ' Be careful not to walk in snow. -Chinese Saying. Thou oughtest to be nice, even to superstition, in, keeping thy promises; and therefore thon should* be equal- ly cautious in 6aking.them.—Fu11er. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION Monday evening of last week Pres- ident Clark announced the standing committees as follows: On preamble and bill of rights -- Bickford, Hatch, Whitehill, Buford, Hartman. On legislative departments -J. K. Toole, Loud, Winston, Aiken, Has- kell, Muth, Cardwell. Rights of suffrage and Irlualificati9n to hold office—Rotwitt, E. Burns, McAdow, Cardwell, Bullard. On the executive departments— Maginnis, Kohrs, Witter, Browne, Schmidt, E. Burns, Carpenter, Hick- man, Marshall. On judiciary and judicial depart- ments, including pardoning power Dixon, Robinson, Carpenter, Luce, J. K. Toole Burleigh, Knowles, White - hill, Kanouse, Callaway, Stapleton, Middleton, Bickford, Goddard, Joyes. On military affairs—Eaton, Magia - ais, Warren, Hobson, Hatch. On the finances of the State, public debt, the indebtedness of counties and municipalities, revenues, expen- diture.s and taxation and the restric- tions to be placed on the power of legislature in respect thereto -Collins, Hershfield, Conrad, Gaylord, Chess- man ' Sergeant, Marion Myers, War- ren, Mayer, Knippenberg. Education — Rickards, Parberry, Craven, Maginnie, Hammond, Durfee. State institutions and public build- ings—Myers, Hartman, Muth, Win- ston, Rickards, Canby, Gibson. On city. county, and town organi- zations—Browne, Joy,- Gillette, J. R. Toole, Rotwitt, Dixon, Joyee. Apportionment and representation —Cooper, Brazelton, Joy, Webster, Stapleton, Collins, Dyer, Cauby, Bu- ford, Courtney, Mitchell. Corporations (other than munici- pal)--Stapletou Marshall, McAdow, A. F. Burns, Loud, Collins, Eaton. Miscellaneous subjects and future amendments—Hershfield, Parberry, Winston, Watson, Courtney. On schedule—Knowles, Luce, May- ger, Hickman, Kanouse: On mining, water and water rights --J. R. Toole, Gibson, Knippenberg, Sergeant, A. J. Burns, Gaylord, Eaton, Braielton, Hogan. Agriculture, manufactures, com- merce, and immigration- -Kohrs, Hob- son Chessman, Schmidt, Gillette, Parberry, Marion, Conrad, Graves. On ordinances—Robinson,Burleigh, Reek, A. F. Burns, Durfee Fields, Hammond. Privileges and elections—Haskell, Graves, Breen, Dyer, Ramsdell. Engrossment and enrollment—Mid- dleton, Kennedy, Courtney, Mitchell, Aiken. ,Boundariem. public lands, and home- stead exemptions—Callaway, Goddard, Kennedy, Cooper. Revisions, phraseology, and adjust- ment —Warren, Craven, Du rfee, Web- ster, Ramsdell. Reporting and printing and mileage and contingent expenses — Conrad, Middleton, Watson, A. J. Burns, Bickford. On labor—Breen, Fields, ' Hogan, Craven, J. R. Toole, Bullard, Witter. Tuesday of last week the Conven- tion devoted most of its session to the question of clerks and their pay and routine matters of like character. Last Wednesday more business was accompliated through the introduc- tion of various propositions for in- ,sertion in the Constitution and the reference of these to appropriate committees for consideration. Rickards, of Silver Bow, presented a memorial from the Methodist Con- ference recently held in the city, praying the Convention to incorpo- rate a clause relative to the strict ob- servance of the Sabbath, making it compulsory upon persons to observe Sunday as a day of rest, and that no work other than that which is neces- sary or merciful should be done. The memorial also prays that there be in- corporated a clause prohibiting the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors or stimulants except for medi- cal or scientific purposes. Bickford, of Miesoula, chairman of committee on preamble, presented a long resolution embodying the subject matter of the whole preamble. • Luce, of Gallatin, presented a re- solution to the effect that none of the lands granted by Congress to the State of Montana for school purposes shall ever be sold, granted or in any way disposed of other than leased Nor shall any moneys accruing from said lands be used for any purpose other than the support of the public schools of the State. Callaway, of Madison, submitted a resolution in substance .that no cor- poration or employé of any corpora- tion shall give to any member of the General Assembly, State, county, or city officer a free pass for transporta- tion or to any member of his family. Any corporation violating any provi- sion of this ordinance shall forfeit $1,000 for each violation hereof, and any officer accepting any free pass shall forfeit hie office and the emolu- ments thereof. Joy, of Park, offered the following resolution: Resolved, That every male citizen of the United States above the age of twenty-one years, who can read and write the English language and who has never been convicted of treason or felony, and who shall have resided in this State one year and in the city, county or, district where he may offer to vote for six months next prior to any election, and no otheN person, shall have the right ter vote in this State, provided that nothing herein shall disfranchise any one who qe a legal voter at the time of the adoption of this Constitution. Hogan, of Silver Bow, submitted a proposition in substance that the State shall not have the power to contract the labor of anyone convict- ed and confined to any individual or corporation. Whitehill, of Deer Lodge, moved that all the article; from No. 2 to 17 inclusive, of the Constitution of 1884, be referred to the appropriate stand- ing committees, and they were so re- ferred: Kennedy, of Missoula, offered a resolution in regard to the establish- ment of new counties that they should be named in regard to mountain ranges, rivers or any natural feature in the vicinity of said proposed coun- ty. Toole, of Lewis and Clark, offered a resolution pertaining to exemption from taxes of United States lands and taxes on mines of all descriptions. Hartman, of Gallatin, introduced the following ordinance: The perfect toleration of religious sentiment shall be secura, and no inhabitant of Mon- tana shall be molested in person or otherwise on account of religious views; that the people of Montana declare that they will in nowise ap, propriate any unappropriated public lands that are within the limits of lands,held by any Indian tribe until such title shall be extinguished by the United States; that such lands shall remain under abholute control of the United States; that property owned by parties outside of the State shall never be taxed higher than the lande of those residing within the bordem of the State; that noné of the land owned or to be owned by the - United States shall be taxed; that the land of any Indian or tribe of Indians will be fazed , tut are surrounding lands when- they may be obtained otherwise than by government grant and specified as such; that the debts and liabilities of the Territory of Montana shall be gummed by the State of Montana; that provision shall be made for public schools, to which all the children of Montana shall have access and shall be free from sectarian control; that this ordi- nance shall be irrevocable without the consent of the people of the State of Montana. , PARK DISTRICT SHIPMENTS.. [Montana Mining Ihniew, Helena] The following shipments of ore were made from the Park mining dis- trict,laat week to the smelter: One ear from the Gold Dust, Allen & Thompson. One cár from the Proridenee, Mr. Bond; netted $90. ,One car by Harper & Silvers; net- ted $70. One car from the Forest Queen, Jos. R,abdau; netted $70. • One car from extension of Litde Giant, Sutor & Thompson: netted $90. HELENA ADVERTI8EMrarra. UTAH ASSAY OFFICE, AND CHEMICAL LABORATORY Z. 'II. HELENA, MONTANA. Gold and Silver II 50 ZIne 5 00 Silver, gold and lead 200 Tin 600 Lead 1 00 Antimeep 5 00 Copper I 50 500 Silks I 50 Iron I 50 riC C. POWER di BRO . IlEI.RNA, Id T »CALMS 11A Mining Machinery and Minera• Supplies. Mo. At.z.:cr• rot BLAKE'S IMPROVED STEAM PUMPS. —STEAM HOIWIT-- AND COMMON SINtill WROUGHT IRON WS11011 Safety Nitro Powder, Caps Fuse. Etc ferr.aandrier /Roc«. : : Sa.serii. M. T. THM THOMAS MINIM /AVM» BMW OF HELENA. lisserperated Oxides .tbe Lawn ef Meistams. 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