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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA* THU1I8DAV MORNING. OCTOBER 10,1889.
Commentof Our Live Newspapers^on Various Topics of Home^Interest
ConcerningCattle, the Lead Ques^^tion and the Australian^Ballot
H.w Mexico Itetaliittc* on Moiidtna-^^ikn I'risp MMl Pertinent Ob^rrva-^llons of the l^ay.
Ta\ertrvc feuin entertained l^y central^and west Midi' Mont una stockmen, anysthe^Renton Kiver Press. coiicerniuK the outlook^of the cattle inU reatH are not participated^in by northern Montana growers. It is Inn^the season ban been an unusually dry OM^Mid that range feed i^ ^till short: mill no^eenous losses may bo looked for. It in not^the evils which may overtake thciu bni^those that now surround them that create^uneasiness among cattlemen. They are not^in the habit of borrowini; trouble or ^f^crossing bridge* before they re.ich them.
TheMMM ^^f complaint among cattle^men are not founded ho much in the^weather and feed as in the low prioe their^prodnct commands, and the disposition to^tui their herds far beyond their intrinsic^value*. They complain, and seemingly^with justice, that the average Ihx gatherer^does not take a proper view of their situa^^tion, but assesses then herds w ithout taking^into oonsideration the risks of their busi^^ness. Here is where the complaint comes^in. It is not loud but it is deep.
II,^ Mexico Strike* Had..^I iin sister n public. Mexico, has got back^on us ill great slm|^e about the lead ore bus^^iness, says the (ilendive Independent. The^pnaidtoftol that r^ public has authority to^revise the lanlf list at any time .mil he has^just revised as follows:
Ihmexcel.t nvliliiacs, each f'Jn.llO^^ .ami* and sh.^,^[.. cul. !t*^^Kids, enoli ^8^Hwine, livinii, each. .. IH^Bwf rat tic. each . IM^Mule*. ^ach IH^Krwh in. nl Ih^ f. polk and fowls. |n'v Ml
The(ilendive lmlejtendeiit is loyal to^Montana as a whole aud, but will stand by^the linn ill.; interests, but with no taxation^on this kind of pr.iixity audits products^protected, it looks a little tough. Tills iic-^tion ill retaliation costs the cattlemen and^sheep raisers of Dawson countv jiiht the^amounts set down. Ow wealth is in live^atock of the classes mentioned in the list,^and we must lad a market. The United^States hud built up a tine meat market with^Mexico, but under this list llieavi rage Mm^ican citizen must do without American^meat. The election is over, all noise about^the ^BU l'our^ is done, but let us have jus^^tice and amend our constitution so that the^burden of taxation will fall ^qnallf on all^elasses of pro|^erty..
irfeets^.r .I.. aaalmHaa imw.^This journal has heretofore remarked^upon the Australian system of voting and^has expressed some views regarding it^which were not eulogistic of that plan of^voting, says the St ick (i i. ^^ ^^ i s' .loiirnal, of^Miles City. We have stated heretofore thut^eertaiti provisions of the law were ridiculous^in a country 'ike eastern Montana, and we^see no reason to clinnge our opinion. One^of thou is the forbidding of electioneering^within twenty-live feel of the ptrlUnn place.^This was not observed in this city on elec^^tion day. Anatlur provision is rinpnring^oandidates to he nominated in a formal way^in order to gel their names u|^in the tickets,^and in the same law permitting the use of^stickers. In a municipal election an inde^^pendent candidate has only to distribute^^tickers in order to in.inmate himself: thus^the formal manner of nominating candi^^dates is nullified if a party desires to run^independently of those who were regularly^nominated, or were pal on the ticket as in^^dependents by petition u provided La the^law.
Thereare other points apoa which we^might touch, but our object is not to attack^the law in its intent. We. after observing^the operation of it on Tuesday, and the^quiet, decent and orderly management, are^prepared to say that there is much n.oie to^commend in the law than there is to decry.
Theworkiugman is free from political^slavery, and the bum who would sell his^vote for six-bits gets even with his buyer by^voting against the mail who I .ought him.^These two features lire the only (DOW ones^III the law. and to secure them alone the bad^features of the law are easily sull. r.il.l. .^Home amendments to the Australian system^will make this system of bulloting as near^f. ct as can be ho|ied for among human^neings^ in an election.
giveLaura Mild all who read this the lienclit of^another girl's ex|vrience. I'ntil she was^eighteen, she telle me, she never had com^^fortable feel in her life. At that time^a bath room was fitted up ill the house and^she began taking daily baths. She had for^^merly considered one* or twice a k^quite sufficient. In n very short time she^was surprised and delighted to nnd (hut her^feet grew warm and soft lUid rosy while, as^ft Voting girl's feet should Is'. Defective^circulation was at the bottom of the whole^difficulty, us it is in the majority of eases.
Bathing,exercise, simple, nutritious diet,^open air, sunshine, regular hours for sleep^^if we would only use these aids to health^and beauty as they should lie used we would^need no cosmetics and might throw physios^to the dogs.
PeopleWho Flat^^Care killed the cat,^ is a well known old^aaw. The force of it is in the fact that fret^and worry will [kill even an animal which^is popularly said to have nine lives. Fret^^ting and worrying may not kill you. but^they will shorten your days, and what hap^^piness is there in a life all cankered with
care Hut how avoid Worry^. Well,^Americana travel more than any other peo^^ple on the globe, and probably discomforts^and delays in traveling cause us greater an^^noyance than all other sources of fretting^combined. The great Burlington system^leaches all the priucipl cities of the west,^and if vu always select it as your route,^you can banish tietting forever, ho smooth^is its truck, so sumptuous and luxurious are^its cars, and no ap|s lizing and well cooked^are the meals served on its diners. For^tickets, and any information about this^^People's favorite,^ call on your local^agent, ^.r write to W.J. 0, Kehv^^n, (Jen.^l'ass. Agent. ('. It. A N. U. H., St. Paul,^Minn.
- ^ t^ i ^ i^The \ enllrl I naiiiiin.us.^W. I). Suit, druggist, Hipus, hid., testi^^fies: ^lean recommend electric bitters as^the very best remedy. Kvery Isiltle sold^lias given relief injr\etv case.'^t ^ue man^t.K.k six|botll. s.|and Jwas|euredJof j-licuniu-^t tam^oCItetCs ca is'Ct'and^ig.^Jr Abraham
Hari\druggist, IVIlville, Ohio, uflirnis:^^ The best selling medicine I have ever^handled in my twenty years' experience, is^elect ria bitters.^ I l.ousands of others have^added their testiiuony. so that the verdict^is unanimous that electric bitters do cure^all diseases of the liver, kldnevs or blood;^onlf a half dollar a bottle at ll. S. Hale A^Co. s drugstore.
Parana!In combination, proportion, and^praparatWa of li.Krcilients, II^hm1'ii H.irsapa-^rllla paaaaMM the curative value of the best^known retne- UAA#J^e die* of the^vegetable tlOOG 5 king do in.^Peculiar in lu strength and economy, Hood'a^s.irs.iparllla Is the only medicine of winch can^truly he said, ^^ M Hundred Hoses tine LM^lar.*' Peculiar In Its medicinal merits, Ibsid's^Karsaparllla aceoni]'II^l.cs cures hitherto un-
hetitle of '^Th^^ jrnateft Haai purifier cvei^discovered.^ Peculiar III Its ^good name^at home,^ there Is more of II ...d's N.us.u
anttafold in LmnM than of ail athai^Diood partaMai ivruiiar iu it^ phaanmaal^tec.rd of Dor^nli5^rsa,^,;il,r^i^1
uoot he r ^ Cl^U 11 Bl | rep irutii.il^ever attained (^o rapidly nor held so^tteadtaMly the conOdenco of all classes^ul peopia. Peculiar hi the br;il*i-w..rk which^It represents, Hoods Kar- : rilla com^li nen nil aM ^ii owledRe I t mndert!^e esr a rc h ^^r ^' ^'
pnjaatmi I 9 I ISC: J developed.
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Yenrsago an officer who served with dis^^tinction iu the federal army during the war^of the rebellion, says the Anaconda Stand^^ard was an npplicunt for a place in the^federal civil service. The position he rov^eted did not fall to his lot, but he was sum^^moned one day to the white house and^President (irant said to bim that lie had^been assigned to an excellent |x^sitiou iu^Montana. The officer, whom every old^timer will remember if we add that he was^Col. Andy *mith, wore an expression of sur^prise as he remarked: ^Montana, Mr. Pres^^ident, let me see, that'H a place out West,^ali. mt an iuch from the top of the map isn't^it^^ Col. Smith learned a good deal alsmt^this region, as many of the Standard's^readers ^.re aware, bnt his remark to^President (irant is tvpical of (he average^information of people on the Atlantic ooast^relative to Montana's geographical relatioua^to the map of the I nited States.
Theworst of it is that the eastern mind^is even more hoiielesHly ronfused over cur^^rent |Militics than concerning the geography^of Montana and the sisterhood of western^states. '|'he density of ignorance regarding^us is constantIv revealed in newspa|iers that^say all sorts of crazy things about our peo^^ple, commending our greatness if our pott^^ties run their way, but writing us down if^the current runs counter to their convic-^tions.
Cm*ol Hie Keel.
Forthe benefit of those who have danced^till their little feet are blistered, or of those^who are troubled with chafed and tender^feet during the spring and early summer,^this powder is recommended, says an ex^^change, fry dusting the soles of your feet
andiM'twcen your toes with it each morning^after bathing.
'Iline parts nalicv lie acnl. 1(1 pa its pulver^^ized starch and s* jwirtn powdered soap^stone.
soap-It heals chafed places and relieves ,-xc. s-^aive prespiration. Talcum |s^wder I silicate^of magnesia i is also good. One young girl^wants to know if there is any hope of de^^liverance from clammy feet. ^Even in^summer.^ she say, ^uiy feet ure cold and^damp; in winter positively icy.^ I have^never had that trouble in my lit' ., but I shall
LMtL NOTK KM.
SMIKKIKF'Ss.\|,K BY VIRTUK UK AN OB-^der of Kilo in my liands, issiiiHl out of the din-^trict court of tin' tirst judicial district of Mon^^tana territory, iu and for the count) i.f l/.wix^and I'larke. in the suit of Alfred lliml against^llridiret His'ring, illll.v attested the 'Jill, day of^Hc|^temher, |ss^, I have levied iiih.ii the rijfht. ti^^ll., and int. rest .,f the said lln.Urct l^s*riiiK in^and to the faliowhuj lieatfribM pfopaHjr, situ^t(sl^in ljewis and I'larke country, Montana territory,^viz:
lotNo. five .a.,in block No. nine ft), in the^town of Marysville. in ti e county of l/ wisand^Clarke and territory ofMontana. sai l lot \*-\t.e^lifty 1501 feel front on drand street and one hnn-^dnsl I^., f.s't in dejpti according to the |.lat of
saidtow n of .Marysville in the oAeeof thantf
clerkand nsatrdar of said Ltwifl and Clarke^com.(y, Montana territory.
Notice ix hereby given that on I'riday. the Ihth^.by of October, A. I). UH, at the hour of 12^o'clock, noon, of said day. attiia front .I.sir of^tl.e e, .art house, city of Helena, Lew is and ('larke^county, Montana territory. I will sell all ritrht,^title and interest of the said bridge! Iks-ring in^and to the said aboie d,-cril^d proptfty, to the^highest hidder for caetl in hand.
Iiiou under my hand this 'J7tl. dav of Kcptem-^In t. A. H^ |ss^i. ( ^,,,. M. ,1 EKrKIkm, Sheriff.
ItyUAAOa l.lili.s.K. Deputy Sheriff.
IJISHOLUTIONNOTICE. NOTICE IB ilKRK-^by given that the co-partnenhlp heretofore^existing between John M. Iliiehanan and Adam^Soinmerhe'.l is hereby .lissoKisl hy mutual rou-^sent. Adam Sommerti. Id retaining the buainess.^All outstanding accounts will E coll.s'ttsl by^him and all debts of the firm will la. paid by^him.
ADAMHOMMEKFIKLD.^JlHIN M. HICHANAN.
TOKHOLDER'SMEET1NO^THEANNI \l^O m.s-tuiK of the stis kholders of the Union^Mininit Co.. for the election of trustee* and Mirh^other nupii)iws4 as may come liefor^ the nnsMing^will lie held at the oilW of A. K. HarlaHitr I Via^sonic bni Id inn i. Helena. Montana, on Thurday^OctoU-r 10, mt, at ^:!^ p. m.
W11u Ml Stkei.e. S^rn^tary.
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)N|GHTSand MATINEE 0^L NIGHTS and MATINEE
tlrnndFarce ('(.nie.lv ('otnriany, I'ressMit^ing the Musical Slcetch,
TheFavorite ObatdiHL and a fVmijaariy^^if Artist*.
Iteservedeeate on ante WodneedHjr^mominjf nt Tor* it O'Connor's Drug^8U^re.
WEARE SOLE AG EN IS
FINEST RESIDENCE PROPERTY
INOR NEAR HELENA.
HOTELand SEYMER PARKS, and^WALLACE'S SUBDIVISION
Andhave the Inside on ALL of the West Side^Residence Prooerty. If you want a LOT or a
BLOCK,or a DOZEN LOTS, or a DOZEN BLOCKS,
wecan Accommodate you.
Wehave piped the AMES, BROOKE, BRAD^^FORD and BELLEVUE additions for water, and^are now trading HAUSER BOULEVARD, which^Will be the Finest Drive in the City, and the^Shortest Road to the HOTEL BROADWATER.
Rememberwe are Headquarters for West Side Prop^^erty, and call on or address
PORTER,MUTH ^ COX
G-old-Bloc-k:, - - Helena
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St.'l'niil.At Unti.' ex.. St. Paul nnd Mat.II '^ a. m
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Heirtinami llutte ex., Hull.' and Mint).,fell a. m
Marsville exI '.' I'-ti'.
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M..iiti.n, Pacific ex..Ht. Paul and xfwtMl p-pa
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Kinilniht.hu., \li.n.. Wed. and Kri
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Helena.Missoula and llutle ex
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Forall |m.ints cast, soul), and we*.t, via^Montana (Vntiml and Untie4.-00 |^. i
ViaNorthern Pacific and Harrison . I ir. p. i
Kroinall MWXtl wt. soulli and west,^via Hutte and Montana I cutral.. Il:9i,^Via (iarrison and Nortliern Paeitic . 1*2:190 p..
TIipDining Car Brovti
ToMl Batten Cltta!
M.ir.JHESHORTEST ROUTE t^ chic^^
andAll Points East.
TH1ONLY rHROUOH CAR KOlTTE
LowRmM) QvMi 'i'iinc. PuImm I'bI
ScenicRoute ol the Northwest.
TlicNew 11hi INipular Short Um
Marys, III,. St. Pun I.
midAll I'oliita Kaal.
SolidThrough Trains Daily
Butte,Helena_ ^ St. Paul
MmSleeping ^ 'lITH,
LmIHIMMI 'iiiiii),' ('lire.^MiiKiiilii-ent l^nv ('(iacln^m,^mid Five S1cc|iiiik Cure for
Bee..inIt 'lin-H I'iiKHen^era.
Safety,Comfort ^ Convenience^for Our Patrons.
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c.w. Pith, ('in Ticket A^t.^ii. II. LaWiunr,(moL Tick*! \xi.
EAST,WEST,^NORTH arvl SOUTH
nNorth Main Street,
A.E. VEAZIE, Passenger Agent.
A.lkwih, (i. a., llutte, Mont.
MILWAUKEEft^ST. PAUL R'Y.
Ihthe F.iHt Mail Short Line from 8t.^no] ami Minnea-KiliH via I^i Crornw and^Milwaukee to ObiMflO and nil points in^the KaHtern Stntee and Panuda. It i^^the only line under one iniinii^einent be^^tween St. Paul arid Chicago, and ia the^FineHt K(|tii|.tH.(l Uailwuy in the North^weet. It ia the only line running Pull^man Drawing room Sleeping cara with^liixtiroiiH amoking rix.niH, and the finest^dining earn in t|^. wdrld, vi,t t|^, fHiU^U(l^^Kiver Hank Koute,^ along the ehores of^I^ako Pepin and the lieautiful MiediuHippi^river t4^ Milwaukee and Chicago. Iu^traina connect with those of the North^cni lincH in the (iraud Union de|K^l at^Kt. Paul. No change of cars of anv claee^Uitween St. Paul and Chicago.^ For^through tickets, time tables, and full in-^formation, apply to any coupon ticket^. agent in the northwest.