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IT IS. NO "SURE THING,"
The Talk of Side.Traoking Kletin sohmidt and Lookey for a New Man. A Plan to Overoome the Ill-.eel ing Hngendered by the Primarile. How Justlce .lelseher Came to ItB Let Out of the Race-The City Treasurer. The republican city convention meets to night and the efforts that will be made to have it kegister the wishes of Tom Orahan and Billy Sims by renominating T. H. Kleinschmidt for mayor are likely to pro duce somewhat of a circus, unless this object Is abandoned before the delegates Rot to voting, The idea of abandoning it was still talked of last night. While the high wind made it unpleasant to stand on the corners and disouss the matter, groups of repablican politiciaans sought the protec tion of convenient doorways and talked in whispers. 'The talk of sipetracking both Kleinschmidt and Loekey was the topic of discussion. When the "primaries" were over SIatrday night it was understood that Kleinsehmidt had the majority of the dele gates, though some of the Loekey men would not admit it. Since the indiaration which the better element of the republican party feels at Saturday's business finds more open expression, some of the machine made delegates are, it is said, weakening in their support of their candidate for mayor. Three of them, it ins reported, and in the Third ward at that, are disposed to vote for some other man than Kleinschmidt. With affairs in such shape, it is not sar prising that the republicans should be try ing to offset the effect of their primaries by dropping the present candidates and taking up a new man. D. A. Cory, Moses Morris and Frank P. Sterling are the latest ones mentioned. Neither gentleman is disposed, to attempt the difficult task of overcoming the disgust of a large part of their party at the methods by which a portion of to night's convention was named. In the still hunt for a dark horse the republican. are not making much of a success. Neither is there any certainty that Mayor Kleinsohmidt will allow himself to be pushed off the track. Lookey's friends are too conflident to let him be dropped, now that the air is full of changes among the delegates. How all this will turn out is one of the things thatas not sure, but either way there will be heart burnings. The fight for the police judge nomination appears to have narrowed down to Iergeant S. N. Nicholson and H. N. McIntyre. The chances are favorable to pergeant Nichol son. Justice C. W. Fleisaher has been pushed off the track, but makes no bones of the fact that now he is out of it he feels as if he were in better company. The judge started in with the idea of making a manly fight for the place. "I will not ask a man to go to the primaries and vote for delegates favorable to me," he said the day before the ward meetings were held. "When they are electedas dole gates I shall tell them I am a candidate and ask their support." When they were elect ed delegates the judge found out that it was too late. The suprort of most of them had been promised, either by themselves or somebody else. Judge Fleischer then rea lized that the high moral idea of asking the suffrages of fellow citizens has no place in the arena of republican polities in Helena. For, city treasurer James B. Walker,. o far as can be learned, will have no oppon. ant in the convention. It is known, how ever, that the Kleinsohmidt people have no strong affection for the present city treas urer, and if their combination hangs to gether, they may spring some new man for the nomination. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES. There Will Be a Number of Good Men to Select From Thursday. The universal opinion yesterday among all classes of people, both republicans and democrats, was that the democrats had named a strong aldermanic ticket, and that any of them could be trusted with the city's affairs. It was recognized that they would give strength to the rest of the ticket, and, in consequence, a number of gentle men formally announced themselves as candidates for the offices of treasurer and police judge. For the mayoralty nomrina tion there are several available candidates, and the one selected will be the unanimous choice of the party, and in whom thopeople of the city will have the utmost confidence. John S. M. Neill and his friends were hustling yesterday for the favors of the delegates, as were H. M. Brandegee and kol Poznanakt. Each has his friends, any one of them could be trusted with the city's finances, and one of them will probably be the next city treasurer. For police judge, Col. C. D. Curtis formally announced yes terday that he would be a candidate for the democratic nomination. Judge Smith is also in the race, and has a strong follow ing. Denver P, Dayton has his friends who will vote for him in the convention, and who, if he gets the nomination, will see tat he is elected. FORM OF CERTIFICATION. How the Candidates for Alderman Must Be Certified to the City Clerk. City Attorney Craven furnishes the fol lowing as the proper form to be used in filing certificates with him of aldermanio candidates: To City Clerk, of the City of Helena, Mon tana: This is to certify that at a primary meet ing of qualified electors, repiesenting the -party, residing within the-ward of the city of Helena, Montana, held on the -day of March. 1892, for the purpose of nominating a candidate of the-party for the office of alderman of said ward, to be voted for at the general city election, held on Monday, the 4th day of April, 1892, esq., was nominated by the meeting as said candidate. Said nominee resides at (giving street number) in said ward and city. Hes business is that of-(-give avo cation) and his business address is-(giv ine place of business). (Signed) Presiding officer of said meeting. Residence-- street. Business- Business address No.-t, eet. Secretary of said meeting. ]tesidene--etreet. Businessl Business address No.-street. Stranger! IDo you know that ou can buy lhloie fresh fish fur lIe per poundat the Rialto Cash Market. CHEAP FOR CASH. Clothing, Furnlshlng and Fancy Goods Almost (liven Away. M. Lissner has moved the stock of goods owned by him to 67 South Main street and is almost giving them away. Fancy goods are being sold at 25 cents on the dollar, clothing at 50 cents on the dollar and fur. niahing goods at 75 cents on the dollar. GOnld Block. Elegant office rooms for rents also hall suitable for lecstre, lodge or club room. Apply to Jea. Sullivan, room 17. Order Your Suits. An elegant line of spring goods has just been received. The very latest natterns. reios reasonable. . B. IJoulmsoa TO BE TRIED TOG(.THIER t.me as t oI'ksele, Woods and Lane Come Up to Court To-day, In Judge Hunt'.s depattant of the di-. triot coart to-day will bain the trial of "Doe" Orson Boeley, WJlligas Woods and Sandy Lane. They tlle .goaned of having bunooed Robert Kitrten, Wissonsin boy, out of $105 on a Northern labitio train. Kirsten was a passenger or the Pacillo ex ress and bound for' Tano a wbgn it passed Sozeman. n fo awndayq, Feb. 8.-At Ioze imain the. r 're ten eale* Woods and the polie court, is this: Sesley took a seat abcnglidt him and bega. asking him where he was going and draw him into conversation, Soon oeley proposed a Ramp of euchre and Lane and Woods joined them. After nplayln several hands at euchre aBInly .und he had a strong poker hand and made a bet on it.' Woods took him itp and raised the bet, wheretpon Seeley dropped out. Woods pocketed the money. When the hands were dealt later Beeley again was strong at poker having three jacks and a pair of eights. He managed to hold his hand so that Kirsten could see it. Kireton had three aces and a pair of kings and con sented to bet on the strength of the two hands. Woods insisted on coming into the pot, though Kirsten says he objected. When Kirsten had all his money, $105, in the hands of Lane as stakeholder, the cards were shown, Woods had four nines and was given the money. busipecting that he had been "buncoed," Kirsten, by the advice of some fellow tray lers, got of at Helena with the three men ,ad made complaint against them. They were arrested. Their preliminary exam ination in the police court occupied the following Friday and Batarday. On the last day Seeley could not be found, having ampbd his bail .and left the city, The Friday after that he wee captured in Poeo tello and brought back. When first arraigned in the district court the men asked for separate trials. Later they decided to be tried together. C. U. Newman will defend them. tRmovai--fr. Norris hasl removed his dental office to the Power block, ronomns 310 and 311, third floor. Freh spare ribs at the Rialto Cash Market Tolephone 105. . . . . --- t _ . . PRESBYTERIAN CONCERT. A Fine Programme to Be Given on Thurs day AEvenalg. The concert to be given to-morrow even ing under the auspices of the First Presby. terian church, in the new church building, promises to be a most enjoyable affair. Some of the best local talent in the city will participate, and lovers of good music should not fail to attend. The Drogramme is as follows: PART FTRIST. 1. Overture to Magic Flute ..........Mozart lisses Cuthbert'and Wade. 2. A Mariner's Home's the Sea....... Randegger MAir. Hodge. S. Violin and piano duet..............Selected Miss Adele llarchen and Henry Farchen. 4. a. Ave Maria.................. Mendelssohn b. Sweet Daisy .............. Curchmana Mesdames labcocklr Lathrop. Foote, Klein schmidt, Adams, Misses Brooks, time and Wade. 5. a. impromptu ...................... Chopin b. Finale from Kreistariana....... Schumann ir. ±irschfeIld. SECOND PART. 1. Where Would Be?............. ....Zollner Messrs. Owen, biraves, Hedge and Phoee maker. 2. The Dream .............................Haesch D Miss Brooks. 3. Faschingschwan eaus Wain....... Schumann Nars. McDonald. 4. Knowest Thou the Land? ...from "Mignon" Mrs. May. . Anne Laurie ............ .....rr. by D. Buck Mesdames Babcock. Lathrop. Kleinchmidt. Adams. Misses Brooke, Sims and Wade. Mysteries of the Coiurt of London. by 14. W. M. Reynolds in eight volumes, at The Bee Hive. Price 50 cents per volume. tReal Estnte Tranfers. Frank D. Bermke to Barney J. Hummel, lots 6, 7, 8 and 9, block 5, Woodlawn Park; $600. George W. I-uffaker to Richard A. Hnr low, west half of southwest quarter of sec tion 29, and east half of southeast quarter of section 80, township 10, north range 2 west, for $16,000, subject to mortgage of $4,000. Wnm. Muth to Barnard Brown, lot 7, bloek P, Blake addition; $1,000. W. W. Higgins to Eugene S. French, lot 14, block 12, Broadwater addition; $1, etc. Henry Heine to Thomas H. McCann, east half of lot 5, block T 7, Northern Pacific ad dition; $275. Helena Cemetery association to Rhodina Bundy, lot 327. Lake View block, Helena cemetery; $10. Henry Ncill and others to Helena Consol idated Water company, 95.11 acres placer ground, township 10, north range 5 weet; $1,600. Wanted Waslabli, Gloves. Economical Miss-My brother tells me they have celluloid collars and cuffs and shirt frjnts. Why don't some one invent celluloid stockings and gloves? T'hey'd be Itoommate-They do have gloves that will wash. i've seen them in white cham ois skin with gauntlets, just the thing for street wear. E. M.-Where? Roommate-Where do you suppose? At Raleigh & Clarke's.. The ladies' fast black seamless hose for 20 rents, at Hutcher & Bradley's are the best bar gains in town. Notice to Patrons of the Helena Electric Company. By order of the trustees of the company a noew schedule of prices goes into effect on April 1, 1892, that will make the prices for electric lighting uniform to all. In case any of our uatrone should not have received the rate card giving the prices that will be charged in the future the sarn.can be obtained by applying at the company's office, or will be mailed upon request. HELENA ELEOTRIC COMPANY. Go andsee the bargain counters at The Beo SIIive. Their 5 cent, 10 cent, 17 cent andl 25 ornl countere are loaded clown with bargains. Attention Btattery "A". Battery "A", Social Club will give their third annual banquet and social reunion to the members of the club this (Wednesday) evening at the A. O. U. W. hall. All mer bers of the battery who attended Camp White at iozeman are cordially invited, also the governor and his staff. T. '. PALoERn, 2rd Lieut., G. S. DUTTON, Sergt., F. L. DAY, Corp, Committee. Photograph frames, sizr 8x10, massive mould uge, in gilt, bronze. ailver. ivory. oak, antique bronze and bright metal1 worth $2 to p$ each, only 75 cents thli week at The ee le Hive. Samuol K. I)avis' Speclal. 1NVaESTI.NT STOcKS. 1,000 Cumberland (Castle), $1.15. 500 Bi-Metallic Extension (Philipsburg), 500 Combination (Philipsburg), $1.25. 1,000 Iron Mountain, 85e. 600 Helena & Victor, $1.85. 1325 Bald Butte, $2.10. 1,000 Peerman ((ceur d'Alene), 950. This list of stocks are sure winners, safe for investment and bottom in price. Rooms 2i and 27, Bailey block. Bargainus n Steady Mixed Paints. Raynold's strictly pure house paint, $1,25 per gallon. White iron paints, $1,20 per gallon. Roof and barn paint, in barrels, 600 per gallon, Roof and barn paint, in ive gallon kegs, 0c per gallon. At H. M. Paroben & Co.'s drug store. .Fr sale. At a bargairn Household furniture of all kinds, good as new. 522 Park avenue, U, 2, BTavansox. MONTANA WILL PROTEST Governor Toole Objects to Quaran tine Restrictions Imposed in Wyoming. The Cattle Men Denounce Them as Both Unjust and Un neoessary. Intended to Prevent Them Using the Comumon Grazintg Prlvlleges Allowed on the Pt1lill Domain. Gov. Toole yesterday sent to State Veter enarian Dr. Holloway, who is at Cheyenne, Wyoming, the following telegram: "The eattle men of Montana are strong in their opposition to the fourth section of article four of Gov. Barber's late quaran tine proclamation, in which, with due def ferenoe to his excelleney's views, I concur. I hope you will urge upon him the import ance and justice of so modifying the same as to meet the convenience and rights of our people. We regard the regulation as unjust, unreasonable and unconstitutional. "J. K. TOOLn, Governor." The foregoing was in response to the fol lowing petition: HELENA, March 28, 1892. Hi Excellency, the Governor, J. K, Tool', Helena, Montana--Bir: We, the under signed citizens of Montana, very respect fully invite your attention to the proclama tion issued by the' goyernor of Wyoming, February 10, 1892, a copy of which is here with annexed. Your special attention is called to fourth section of article four, which reads as follows: "As an additional precaution against the introduction of disease, no cattle from south of the thirty-seventh pa:allel of north latitude, coming in whole or in part by rail, and destined for other states, will be permitted to pass through the state, ex cept by rail," and state that such prohibi tion will work great hardship upon the oit izens of eastern Montana, if enforced. This prohibition appears to your peti tioners unjust and unncessary, as no pre tense is made that cattle south of the line named and north of the lipe named by the United States government are diseased, but, on the contrary, it appears to be merely a prohibition to the citizens of Montana, and intends to prevent su oh citi zens from using the grazing privil ges on the public domain, which are ooor dad to all citizens of the United States. Your petitioners very respectfully ask that you take such action as you may deem necessary to prouonre a modification of the proclamation named. (Signed.) Henry Tussler, Ryan Bros. Jesse Haston, J. B. Kempton, Abner Far num, J. M. Holt, B. K. Holt. The way in which Gov. Barber's procla mation was received is best told in hn ex tract from a letter by A. S. Mercer, editor of the Northwestern Live Stock Journal at Cheyenne, and posted at Velasoo, Texas, where he was temporarily sojourning. He says: aIRas ann New rjexico cattlemen are t good deal worked up over the selfish and turely mercenary proclamation of Wyom ing's governor barring out healthy cattle from the right of way through the state. Present indications point to numerous vio lations of the manifesto. Certainly the railroads will receive and bill healthy cat tle to any point the shippers name and this will undoubtedly lead to violations of the regulations. 'The best law.,ers of the country inform the railroads that "as they are common carriers they cannot refuse to haul healthy cattle as directed by the own ers" and this is virtuall, a notice to ship pers to act in harmony with the views ex pressed. The opinion is so simple and easily arrived at that the wonder is how any level headed official should allow him self to go on record in favor of such fla zrant discriminations as those promulgated by Governor Barber." Thos3 5. 19 and 15 cent handkerc.hiefs of Butcher & Bradley's have no equal anywhere. The Bee Hive is offering the best bargain in the city in Jersey ribbed vests in cream, white and sere at 25 cents. One thousand papers"Vick's" Celebrated fresh lower oseeds just received at H. ui. -archone & Co. Notice of Meeting of Stock Growers Asso ciation. The annual meeting of the Montana ftook Growers' association will occur at Miles City, Montana, commencing Tuesday, April 19th, at 10 a. m. Arrangements have been made with the railroads for a rate of one and one-fifth fare for the round trip, on the certificate plan, i. e.-delegates pay full fare in going to Miles City, obtaining t certilicato front the agent which will be honored for return passage on payment of one-fifth fare, if tilled out and signed by secretary of the association. This rate will cover points as far east as Mandan, N. D.. and also from St. Paul and Minneapolis over the Northern Pacific. This meeting will be of great importance to stockmen and every member of the asso ciation and all others who can, should be in attendance. Mies Mary E. Jackman gives prlvaite lessons in hhorrlhtlat. ltooin 15, aliley block. Call at uflloce for termas. Legal blanks at this office Boys' bicyclo host, fast black, very heavy and extra lengths, only 35 cents at Ths Bee Hive. A Tramp's Opinion. Concerning the emperor of Germany, Of his madness I've sonme doubt, Beoaust I as't for a Iomen'llt see What ha has to be mad about. If Io had to hlnatle around like mn For a living-half fed, half clad, Whyl, thn, h I'd ly hse bogiln to reoo ome causeO for his boing mald. But if the emperor mad grows, The puo le of oHelena smile At the sight of those pretty (,tInon's black hose 'I hat are now s preciseuly in style. Raleigh & Clarke keep themn-that is un til they see theme. Garanteeod fast black. They are very, very. Thiursday Evenings, Mrs. Lamberton's adult class in dancing meets Thursday evenings at eight o'clock, at Cralumet Hall. Juvenile oelhas Saturdays at three p. um., at the same hall. Plrivate lessons given. Boys' extra length heavy fest Illerlr hose. 2f nntl I0 conts, at letclher it Brailey's, 105 liroatlwaý The Highest (Cash Price Paid for all kinds of household furniture by (. II. Taylor & Co., 115 Brondway. All kinds of second-hand goods for anlo eat lowest prices. lIlLEINA Ou'rrITT'INe ~TOie Ladles' lisle thread. halbriggan and silk vouns in ecru. crealu white and black at The live Ilivo. Murderl Murdorl Murderl A dreadful tragedy is sonstantly being enatted in the slaughtering of old tilu high prices for everything in the fresh and oured meiat line at the Rlilto Cash Market. Skimnsin It lEsiLg, dentists, txth antd Mhna- lady aseistant. Tooth extracted pahnltessly. Socleltems \Vishlag to (live Dances can have the Turner hall at a very low lrtce. Esquire by H. Tone or Hlenry Cheap for Cash. Fresh garden greene, poultry and flsh for sale at the Rialto Cash Market. The Only Inducement WE CAN OFFER NOW IS LOW PRICES Our stock is badly broken, some lines entirely sold out. We still have many good things left, and to get sold out quickly we will almost give goods away from now until disposed of. WE HAVE A LINEI OF PAPER PATTERNS, Of all kinds, which we shall offer during this sale For lOc Each. C. R. STEVENSON, ASSIGNEE BRUNELL & CO. THE COLUMBIAN SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES. The only society or institution that is legiti mate in, its offerings to furnish tranaeoortation and hotel facilities to the World's Fair. F.r a specified sum. d pending on the rate of fare to Chicago, to be paid in weekly or monthly installmetls, the Society will furnish any reputable pereeson of either aex who hb signed an application for membership and paid the membership fee of five dollars,. with First-First class railway transportation to Chicago and return. GNcond--Transfer in Chicago for self and esual allowance of baggage, from station to hotel and return. ''Third--seven days' hotel accommodations in Chicago. eourth-Six admission tickets to the Colum bian Exposition. Ftifth--Dinner at a restaurant on the Exposi tion grounds for six days. Sixth--,Au accident inserance ticket in are ible-company for fifteen days from date of de partre for Chicago, paying $8.000 in case of death by accident or r15 per week in case of "eventh-The free use of the Society's head qnartsrs and Bureau of information while in C(hi cago. :ighth-A copy of each issune of the Official Journal of the Iociaty. For the convenlence of members in making their calyments, local slubs will be organized, a rnmber of which will be appointed Local Secn rtary with authority to collect the same. JOHN Ji ROHRBAUGH, GENERAL AGENT FOR MONTANA. FIATHEAD LAKE. Flathead Transportation and Flathead Navigation Co, The boats are now running, making daily trips from Demers.. ville to foot of lake and return, connecting with stages at foot of lake (except Sundays.) MONTANA UNIYERSITY UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR HELENA COURSE OF INSTRUCTION: i, College. 2, College Preparatory. 3, Business. 4, Normal. 5, Music. 6, Art. Also instruption in Comrn. mon Branches. ABLE INSTRUCTION. ELEGANT BIUILDING. Slnd for Cataloguo to the Presidnat. F. P. TOWEtR. A. M.. D. I) MONEY TO LoAN. I have some 10 per cent. money for lnimproved security. W. 13. ItHi(IIARDIS. 'I'. E. TLL., Nurseryman and Landscape Gardener Hotel Park uarery. gleina. MReas T. C. POWER & Co.,& --JOBBXiRS AND DEALERS It-s MINING AND FARM MACHINERY. Steam Boilers, Pumps and Hoists, Wire Hoisting Rope, eto Quartz, Lumber and Farm Wagons, Fence Wire, Wind Mills and Pumps. Deere Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, and Disk Har rows, all styles and sizes. The ,"Old Reliable" Schuttler and "3Bone Dry" RUSHFORD FARM, QUARTZ AND LOGGING WAGONS. I Headquarters for Grass and Vegetable Seeds of every desoription. SEND FOIE CATALOGUES AND PRICE LISTS. M.ONEY TO LOAN. On Satisfactory Security at Reasonable Rates, we do not loan at 6 per cent., but We do not dictate where your in. we do not charge any comrnis- surance shall be placed. ions We do not charge intereet untilu go delay in closing loans. we advance the money. Javis-Conllii Mortgage Trust Co. -Splendid Business Opportunity *+THE WELL KNOWNE-- . STOCK OF THOS. COFF, An old established business of several years' standing . Will Be Sold i Lump to tihe lighest Bidder This stock is first-class and we will receive sealed bids for the purchase of it until April 1 5, reserving the right to reject any and all bids. Any information desired will be cheerfillly given by the assignees. J. V. JEROME, .. . P. KELLEY. GRANDON CAFE. °BLOCK, CORNER SIXTH AVENUE AND WARREN. Is Generally Renovated and Under New Management $6 PER WEEK. -- TERMS: ICKETS, 21 MEALS, $7. SINGLE MEALS, 50 CENTS, MRS. M. G. WARMKESSEL, Proprietress. Our last Anuncmll e l. To Whomit May Concern: We have just opened the spring stock of Clothing and Fur nishings carried over by the firm of 13. Harris. The'assortment is still large. Remember, if Price Is ar Object You Will go Av.aja---Suited. Of what remains of our fall stock-it is a common sense propo sition, that we dare not longer consider the cost price, but will sell on the least provocation. CALL AN.D BE CONVINCED. MOSES MORRIS, Ass lignee. 119 and 121 South Main Street. SGiPENIN " Monday and luesday, March 28-29, LFOWLES' CASL STORE The Leading Millinery, Notions and F.noy Dry Goods louse in the City. We Olose at 6 F'. ME. $Eoetoop Satitiz' ay-s