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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST MU88
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hasspent portions of two winters in Chi^^cago' But then that's nothing. The^same organ slanders Martin SUginnis, a^gallant soldier for the anion, and sup^^ports William Mahone. the confederate^repudiator.
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OONUtNStll RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
XPaul, Atlantic ex., St. Paul and east . 11 is a. m.^Montana, PaclAc si., Batte and south 4:00 p. m^Helena and Batte ex., Butte and south 8:li a at
MarysvUleex. 4:10 p. m
MarysrLUeex7 30 am
St.Paul, Atlantic ex , Butte and south 11 a m.^Montana, Paddc ex., St. Paul and east. 3:45 p. m.
Helenaand Batte ex ,
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Butte,Mlseoule and Helena ex
Ktmlaleccom., Mon. Wed. and Kri.
Wlcs.eeand Boulder paaaenger
Helena,Missoula and Butte ex
aimlnlaccom. Hon. Wed, and Prl. .^*^lckes and Boulder paaaerger.
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-Montanat entral ana Butte. ^ , m.
ViaNorthern Pacific and Garrison . 3:15 p. m.
Tromall points east, south and wee*.
iaButte and Montana Central11:^ a m.
ViaUarrlson and .Northern Pacific. ..aTJI p m.
DEMOCRAT}!OF MONTANA!^The most important election in which^t Be people were ever called upon to par^^ticipate is bnt thirty days off.
.Neversince the organization of the^territory has the democracy been so^united or seemingly so invincible. Our^cause is j ust.our candidates invulnerable,^^tad oar victory ought to be certain.^There is bat one danger to be feared, and^that is a failure to register. Let every^man that deserves well of the coming^state, see to it that he is not disfran^^chised by that vicious and partisan^registration law, which ought to have^been entitled ^An act to disfranchise the^farmers, miners and stockmen of Mon^tana^ and which was born of the first^republican legislature of Montana.
Register,and do so at once, and thus^rebuke the party that enacted such a^law. Delay is dangerous. In order to^vote you must regir-ter on or before Sept.^15th.
Letthe Naturalized Citizens of this^Territory who have been voting unnm-^tested for years, hunt up their papers^that 'hey have not seen for ten years,^and go to the place of registration and^register and at the same time register a^vow to rebuke the Political Party that^puts yon to this great inconvenience and^practically disfranchises you by the ab^^surd provision which requires you to^produce your papers, and in some in^^stances to travel a hundred miles to reg^^ister before you can exercise the rights^of freemen.
Toall who are interested in good gov^^ernment, we ask you to read the plat^^form of our Party. Rxamine the public^and business records of our Candidates,^parsue aad investigate them in all their^^-elation* to the public, to the last and^_5q^1 analysis, and we are confident that^you will find them worthy Moutaniaus,
Thedemocratic county convention has^done its work well, and given the voters^! of Helena a list of candidates for the^several offices in the county to be filled^at the election of Oct 1 that is. collect^^ively and particularly, such as men of^' any party can vote without shame. The^nominee for sheriff, John J. Bohrbaugh,^is a superior man and his popularity^extends fiom one end of the county to^'^ the other. Mr. Taylor, the candidate for^, clerk and recorder, has had experience^In that office which with his conceded^capacity, qualities him for an intelligent^i performance of the duties of the place.^; Ben Folk's integrity and recognized^| ability fit him for the position of treas^^urer, while the just and impartial man^^ner in which William J. Bickett has^performed the very trying duties of the^office of assessor for the last three years^ensures his re election by a handsome^majority. C. B. Nolan, the nominee for^county attorney, has a thorough knowl^^edge of the law, is a keen analyst, anil a^speaker of remarkable force and inipres-^eivr-n-ss. The office needs Mr. Nolan far^more than he needs the office. Th^ nom^^inees for superintendent of sehoils, cor^^oner, surveyor and public administrator^are all well tiualifiel for the offices for^which they are candidates, respectively.^Stronger and better nominations than^those for count^ commissioners could^not well have bven made. Messrs. Ho-^gan. Knight and K lgerton are too well^known in this county to need eulogy or^introduction to oar eitiz-ns.
Inthe few wor Is spoken by Mr. Shel-^ton in the convention, yesterday, when^he had been nominated for judge of the^district court, he showed that he had a^deep sense of the I ^man N of the posi^^tion and the possession of qualities that^should be inseparable from a judge upon !^the bench. With a modest estimate of^his own fitness for so important a rlace, ^^and with the deeire that the courts be^separated as far as possible from the in- j^fluence of party polities, he would hare^preferred that, the other party having '^already a candidate in the field, there '^should b-^ no contest for tin district^judgeship. Mr. Shelton is not the kind ]^of man to be swayed in the performance^of duty by the fact that he shall owe his^elevation to tr-e bench to party votes, but^his reverence for the office is so great^that he can scarcely bear io see it mixed^at all with party politics. No such sen^^timent found expression in the speech^of acceptance by his competitor on the^republican ticket. Perhaps Mr. Hnnt^entertains the same reverence for the^purity of the ermine that Mr. Shelton^does, bat if so he did make it known at^the most fitting time
A.G. Clarke, Jr. will not be an entire^stranger to the duties of a cenrt clerk^^ship. He is capable, affable, and sh^old^poll a full vote.
Bntexcellent as is the counsy ticket^and the judicial nomination, the legis^^lative Mcket pat up yesterday cannot^fail to attract ^versliadowing attention^because ^f the infinite yaperiority it^possesses over the aggregation of mute*
electedgovernor in 1^s8T over Pow^^ell, the democrats have every confidence^that he can be elected this year. It Is^quite possible that the success or failure^of Mr. Campbell at the polls next Nov^^ember may have an Important bearing^upon the question of who shall be the^nominee of the democratic party for^president in Mfc Mr. Campbell is the^nephew of the late L. D. Campbell, who^waa a member of congress for several^terms and who contested unsuccessfully^the election of C. L. Vallandlgham in^1858. The elder Campbell was appointed^Minister to Mexico by President John^^son, and returned to that country upon^a special mission to President Juarez by^appointment of President Grant. James^K. Campbell Is a cousin of Hon. Alex. C,^Botkin, of this city.
Thenews of the straits of the Mon^tana republicans has, apparently, had^the effect to hasten the return of Russell^B. Harrison, whose arrival at New York^was noted in yesterday's issue of The^Independent. His joarney from (jueens-^town to New York was a second Paul^Revere's ride^a repetition of Sheridan's^ride to ^Winchester, twenty miles away^^^for the steamer City of Paris made^upon this memorable occasion the fast^^est trans-Atlantic trio on record. And^now that he has escaped from the effete^society of European royalty the Bald^Eagle of the Rockies will hasten as on^the wings of the wind to Montana, the^home of his adoption, to restore harmony^between Carter and Power and Hersh-^field and McCutcheon and all the lesser^lights of the republican party. His^coming is timely. As Senator Wilbur^Fisk Sanders would say, and in the lan^^guage of the classic-, it is a Modern^Avatar.
ABerai.d despatch from Great Falls^says that The Leader of that town pub-^lishes an editorial article written in 1886^by Jerry Collins which says: ^J. K^j Toole has been persistently negligent of^the interests of northern Montana and^has done absolutely nothing for this ^ec-^| tion. He has virtually ignored the^wishes of the leading democrats.'
TheHerald's correspondent forgot to^add that the paragraph in question was^written before Mr. Toole obtained the^right of way for 0^e Manitoba railroad^and secured the reduction of the Slack-^foot Indian reservation, thereby opening^to settlement twenty million acroo ef^lands. The people of Northern Montana,^regardless of party, know and apprec.ate^what Joseph K. Toole has done for them.
acompetent railway mac, whom^toe Mi ataxia Central regrets to !^lose. H'j was with the l/nion Pacific^fifteen year* before he went into the em^^ploy of the Montana Central and his^friends are congratulating him on bis as^^cendency to a better paying position.
CW Pitt* who has been Mr ration's^assistant aod a good one, has been pro-^rooted to be city passenger and ticket agent^of the Montana Central, taking effect Sep^^tember 1 The news of the promotion^came to him yesterday almost simultane^^ous with the telegraphic news from Grand^Island, N'eh , informing him that his wife^presented him with a bouncing baby fe^^male heir Mr Pitts is well known in the^community by his three years service in^the ticket office of the Northern Pacific in^this city and is deservedly popular with all.
JBw Yoaa, Aug ^ -Bar ell Tar. K%^Copper^Dull: unchanged: Lake, September,^$1180.
Lsed-Stea..r: domestic. S3 85.
laestock muket to-day was quiet and stag^nant, oulelu - of a few leading ahares Theae^gave what tone the market possessed. The de^^clining tendency waa met by a renewal of^activity and strength In Northern Pacific, and ibe^loesee were generally quickly recover, d The^^pward movement in Northern Pacific was very^pronounced and waa accompanied by etversi^rumors. Bone ^ f which were suecepUMe of cor^foL^r^1^11- K^nh-rn Pacts-: was supplanted in^the afternoon by Dumumauit ^i*x^a, and Attbi-^* ^n and Missouri Pacific made marked rains la^larne business expended ^h^lr force ^nere was a^reaction, bnt afSMf acceptances of bonds by the^U 'aanry s:lff-med the market np again, and the^doss wss qu et and steady to firm, generally at^slightly better figures tlun those of the opening.^Trusts, with the exception ^' cotton oil, were^doll snd moved within narrow limits. UoTera-^ments, dull and heavy.
Petroleumop^ned strong at Srj* and advanced^to K\ A reaction followed, after which the^mtrket rallied on light trading aod closed stesdy^at WS.
Honeyon call easy at l^O* per cent Prime^mercantile pa-er. 5^8^S sterling exchange,^quiet; firm: sixty-lay Mils, S4.8'i^: demand,^fit-.
Governmentbonds. 4s, 11794 4V,e, 10H^^h rthern r^cSSn,preferred. 74; Oregon
Improvement,' Oregon .Navigation, MM:^TransconUnentai, 34V. Union Pacific, ^^.
S -Cattle^ Receipts, lft.900:
.lower, beeves, *-4.etl04 87H:^etorkers and f e:ere, fi Stast^(1 vSvi^j 3\ u ivm ua halt
WHoegToole ii Toole, anyhow T* asks^Mr. II. Boos Harrison's newspaper, and the^popular voice answers, ^He is Montana's^Toole, now as he ever has bees, with but^one guiding purpose and that to serve well^the commonwealth which has always com^^manded his undivided allegiance.
Cmioapo,Aug.^active bo' weak . M^steers, f-J V^H. M:^sas: Texas aasssa^breeds, $ f MM SO
HogeKe*-ei,'ts. 14.nor^: slow chipping: cemand^good, mixed, S3 7MK4 ^^, heavy, $e :4Sj*4.1U; ligbs,^$1 sc^.|.BS.
Sheei^^ Ke^elpla, tM^W): slow, weaker: natives.^$3 4l^3$4.4i. ^^t. 'Ti.fi .^.^.1 !^'. Vrxans. t-l+ajt^4 00; lam os, ft s-ffls SO.
Caicaw.Aug ^'^1:1^' p. m.^Cloee^-Wheat^About ateady: caea,September, 77 IMS;
December,7si 3 16
Corn-stesdy;cash, Sl~,; Septemb-v, s^S ;^October, M*.
Oats-steady,cash IS**; September, lvS;^October,
Pork^ Hlgti-r rash, f '.THi''; September, } C.i^^October, ft^ 15.
Lra^- t^a^y. cash,^.^, IT* ; September. $5. ^T* ;^Oct-vber, JA ^.
Bvthe way, what bearing is the roming^of li. B. Harrison likely to hvf upon the^question of the United States nenatetship^on the eastern side of the rant-
LrlSLTSSIKS THE CANDIDATES.
''t. Com in cat* mm the Nnni'Mdaas mt^the ^aeepeatlve Parties^The Missouhan: Joseph K. Toole is a^j man whose political record is a clean one^' and whose pitvate character ii wholly
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abovereproach. It was never s.^ceseary^whom the republican county convolution ! tor him to hire a substitute that ie might^nominate! to represent tha important j ^D,n' nis personal liberty.
interestsof Hebena and Lewis and^Clarke county in the state Vegislatnre.^The democratic nominees ar ^ men who,^upon the 'toor of the legislature and in^its committee room-s, can am* ^*ill pro^^tect the interests of their coTtnty with^an ability eoual to any that combina^^tions hostile to this section of Montana^may pit against us. With such men in^the Held the voters ^f this county would^be criminally disregardfnl of tV-ir own^interests wt re they to elect th^ mutes'^ticket snbmitted by the recnblican^county convention. Jodge McDonnell^and Messrs, Comly, Logan, Beach, Wal^^lace, Burns, Steinmetz, Priest and Peeler^constitute the winning legislative tick^^et in Lewis and Clarke county.
rreat Falls Trtbuo*:^of Montana is tear to^the oaion, old timers^His taarae on th^ ticket^enthusiasm and recalls^tories which he won as
nsall^soldiers ef^and new settlers-^evokes unbounded^the successive vic-
The^oters of Montana will not nnd^it difficult te choose between the oandi-^dates of the two parties for representa^^tive in congress. Major Maginnis has a^splendid record of twelve years service at^Washington. In season and out af sea^^son, in republican and in democratic^houses cf representatives, he has stood |
efthe Montana democracy in tbe hard-^fought contests from 1ST2 to 1M8S. 1! is^reputation for eteiueace is national. Bis^lees for Montana, is ardent. His friend-^skip for his c omrsdes in the civil war is as^in wavering as tie polar star. His knowl^^edge of Montana's resources and capabili^^ties is as bro ad a* the Missouri at e*reat^Falla.
FortBenton Xiver Press: Hon. W. M.^Birsford v ill represent western Montana^on the tic ket. He is a tine lawyer and^made a most enviable record as a member^of tbe legi slati-pe assembly last winter and^of the cod stltutional convention this sum^^mer.
JosephK Toole will make a creditable^governor and *sill administer tbe aSsirs of^his high c ffice for the common benefit of all^Montana, regardless of party linos. He is^a Moots nlan to the core. He is in U e^priaee of life and has served with distinc^^tion two terras as delegate to the United
Ticketsfan be purchased at either tbe^City or Pepoj Ticket offices of this eoan-^pany, at the following rates: One way^15 cents. Kc^ind trip tickets, including^admission to the Fair grounds, $1.2S^each; Ladies' or Children's Tickets, in^^cluding admission tickets, 75 cents each.^H. C. IVES, tieneral Manager.
URINARY and RECTAL DISEASES^A SPECIALTY.
ALady Vssistant will be in constant^attendance at my office during office
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Wholesaledealers la Wheat, oats. Hay aad aU^kinds ^ f Farm Produce Shipping points: Boae-^man, Belgrade and Central Park. Montana.^More grain is shipped from Belgruie than any^poll t west of Bismarck.
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CHRONOGRAPHSand HORSE TIMERS!
Diamondsand Fine Jewelry,
STERLINGAND SILVER PLATED WARE!
Clocksand Optical Goods.
FineWatch Repairing, Ar^^tistic Designing and^Engraving.
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FALLAND WINTER DRY GOODS,
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andfidelity. Whatever recognitioa^Montana has had from congrese she has^received through tbe efforts of Major^Maginnis or those of Mr. Toole who suc-^mea who will guard and protect her | ceeded him. She is about to become a
States^ onKress. He is of good presence^faithfully at his post and served the pea- m-d ^, able speaker. He u t^ f^n ajm- !^pie of Montana with rare ability, zeal pathy 'vith iou.ig Montana and has tbe
interestsat all hazards.
Registerand tell your friends to regis^^ter, and get a certiorate from the regis^^trar which will entitle yon to vote any^^where in the county in which you re^^side.
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statebecause these men successfully^fought her battles, and she will be fore^^most ^niong the new states because in^the next congress she will ap%in have j tions of^the services of the distinguished soldier,^orator and legislator who has done so^much for her advancement. Contrast^such a career with that of the smooth,^plausible, wire pulling politician whom^the republicans have nominated^a man^with a public record that thus far shows^him only as an opponent of Montana's^admiseien to the union and a tolerably^successful scrambler for postofficee.^With a full and fair vote Major Maginnis^ought to have ten thousand majority, if^records count for anything.
energyand capacity to render Ue gover^^nor!.).ip a powerful lever in advancing tte^well m e of Montana.
H.i -maa Chronicle Mr. Klekards, tha^republican nominee for lieutenant gov^^ernor, is a member of the Methodist church^in good standing, is also a man of woman^suffrage and prohibition tendencies. These^will sort ot half way stand oS the predilec-^.'art.r aad Power. The Mr. Kio-^ney wb^ was nominated for state auditor^by tbe republicans was once a resident of^Kurt Ellis aad was a private soldier chiefly^known tat the length of bis reach^and his ability to kaack out his fel^^low soldiers. He has since been at Mis^^soula, was in the saloon business awhile,^and now bobs up as tlae Missoula Mercan^^tile sotapaay's candidate, who run the^primaries and caused Harrison Spaulding,^editor of the MissoUian, to bolt his party^for tbe time being.
Theorgan of the young cosmopolite^-who lives variously in Indianapolis, Hel^^ena. Washington. New Tork. Paris and^London, objects to Mr. Conrad, the dem^^ocratic candidate for lieutenant gover^^nor, because he has only lived in Mon^^tana since he was fourteen years old.and
JamesK. Campbell, the democratic^nominee for governor of Ohio, was a^member of congress from the Seventh^district of that state for six years, end^^ing with March 4 last. He was not a^candidate for re-election in Ism. In^congress he attained a place in the fore^^most rank, and his popularity In Ohio^has been so great that in spite of the^large majority (SMaw, by which Foraker
MontanaCentral Changes.^J J Fallon, the affable and accoa^rao-^dating gentleman who has dispensed the^pasteboard over the counter ot the Mon^^tana Central uptown ticket ofice ever^since that railroad started, and whose title^has been city passenger and ticket agent,^y eater day tendered his resignation to ^, n^era! Manager Ives to accept a more lucra^^tive position with the Chicago. Rock Island^Jt Pacific railroad company, with bead^quarters in Helena, with the title of gen^^eral agent, and will be the successor of C^L. Canfield The change takes^effect iSept 1 Mr Fallon is
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Murfeataa-lm'ttaS tht- waak at Sparlal Low^Rates of Tuition tor a vear's ronrae. Make ar^ra-t^^menta n.,m. Conipiea* Coarac la Pernln^Miorthan4^uvlDSlag Tyt^^irrirltg and Engllah^Ma'-llea, $50 now; after gaptauber i, Extra^t'hare^^ f r Tv^^-^rlU^e and KneUak.
Ca'lat tha utae* or addraaa.
H.T ENGLEHORN, Prin.,
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tn'.r^^cemf'ta-' ar^ r^ ,-. ^r^e. to rooven* on^Sat:.rdar, th^ Tin dav of -*p^mt^aT n*x*, at tbe^b'*ur nf s o'cl'- cap m , In tb^ rtorar^on cf King^^ Nnaa on Knr!ney -trart. city of Baieaa. Mon^^tana, and ia^n aad Inert^ pro aad to a.act a praal^dent aad oiner oScers of tna comnacy for tbe^sn^ntnr vear.
B/ord-r of tb* tristsaa.
BB KING Secretary
DRESSGOODS AND TRIMMINGS,
Neverbefore has our Stock been so Complete in Every De^^partment Selected with the Utmost Care and bought for Spot^Cash, we are enabled to undersell the closest competition. We^cordially invite your.inspection.
Specialfor This Week
Duringthis weeklwe shall make a discount of lOper cent on
ALLCLOAKS, SEAL, PLUSH OR CLOTH
NEWMAKETS,JACKEST, OR WRAPS,
|BoughtDuring the Week.
Rememberthat a small payment down secures Ithem until^vou need them.
ALLGOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURE8.
Therem^kas been^interview^wrier.- l^ j^tells the s|^rent for^inquiry ml^firmed in
Dunning2S years^plexion aiJ^the fancy^girl. He^about howl^pei'i'ential^really furl^mlllionainj^millions.r.i^mailed bt^facu. Ml^years' lmpl^Of it j.l J^whose faull^to have beef^story r^-^aJ^ance with^trae one.^culator. hi^in Chicago
Whitvwent to (ii^toorninit,^time to I^obj.^t of in^Jautfhler. i
iSouthChici^man r*'i^ar4.^there be^Frank All^acquaiijted 1
Sudden! j^getber, ottir^on a rliartf' |^^icted nnd^A fc-w da^i^|^duced to onf^been taken I
anew tna'^week in jail.1^be was jx-nf^girl who los^and hired a|^1'he uiillionl^yer, bouniitl^suaded i)uu|^only cbauc^sen tenet*.
Abint of^the editor,^story. Tne I^verxe of tins,^lishing the i^the ml)lion^|^was the^Siicnne.
WhenJoliet pr^instrurtec^most try I^tiary. In^waa aoon^cough and in^app^*aranr^f^tence withou^A police I^tne editor at^running dnwi^was horn he 1^tbe pitiable p^lice mogul u^ficials in the^moved from^and lighter w^there had be^ning pardon*^proved fruille^languish '_^Until to-day t,^his strange ^^cause him tr^^erty. When^lady, he stau^engaged and^Chicago man
SomeyearJ^cured me of mi^^kill had fail^^weeks since, hi^disease, j wa^|^same.^^K. B^^Kock, Neb.
TheMontanl^tlckeu for the I^of S7^.a^ for^Washington as^on sale Oct 1,^sagne for tri^8; extreme li^overs will t^^of ML I'aul
aouriR.vc J^The Union I'i^^ell harvest exc^Bluffs, Omaha. |^and Kansas CUi^folio winif dat**a |^trip. S4^LW: Ai^and Oct. h. e^date of sale;^returning.
TheMan.tubal^ways will st-ii^Paul and Mir^on fare, for tr^ing dates: A^and 124th, Oc^^Stopovor privt.^limit of ticket.
Forthe abovl^Pacific railroad .^for tbe round tnj,^ton and return. ,
Ticketson salt-1^passage limited^Nov. 24th. htoj^on return trip^limit of ticket.^Chaj*. S. Fki
Woman'smc^Kidney Tea.^complaints p.-^and works like^unpleasant aft^Teajis a purely^isunei'itlled fi^plaints. .*v^ld l^^ale an 1 retail
Dr.Kirk s ue^cured Blind, Ble