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epovrt eams. of tlseular delives pvrmaply. *Adv* by to lntr- ipomt r0W . rton, *wouldet pemmle to Tohe uo rW*a a u tar d Or UOtsU PtWION. asr5 Oa~ilor . .ailr linoloedan Sandaj per year......... $10 "Dily [Inoltidi Sielr3.ad l monthes..... 00 atlaly inoludisg Sunday) three mneaths... 36 Daily [ezeledinl Sunday] per year......... 000 eily lexcluding Sgaday] per month...... 80 BSunday only Lin advance) per year......., IO60 Weekly Lin advance only] per year.... . 8 Deily by carrier, per weak. Iasen Ismnel.. 5 HELENA, MONT, APRIL 7, 1892. aleMontaiansa abroad will always find Tan DAILY INDxEPZuRNT on file at their favorite eotels: Fifth Avenue and Metropolitan, New York: West, Minneapolis: Baldwin and Palace, Sea Francisco; MoDermott. Buttes Leland Hoeels Sdringfield. Ill. TaI WUATHT It. Reported for Tax INDI.ErND.t daily by E. J,. GlaPs. United States observer. 8:00 A. m. 8:00 p. a. Barometer........ ...... . 8.5 o40.0o Wnemd.ratur .............e.. 8 w-l0, W ind..... . ........... -- - Tmperature at noon, 450. Mdinimum temperature. $7.0. Forecast: Fair; slight changes in temperature BELENA. Mont., April . 1892. FROM present appearances there will be no concealment of the knife in the Butte city election. DYNAMITE is so common in Paris that the people do not move on the streets for fear of stumbling over it. TnA republican who is not chosen among the thirty-two delegates from this county to the Missoula convention will be a very small potato indeed. IT is a dirty water and a dirty cam paign in Butte. The most lamentable feature is that the democratic party of `,Iontana is likely to get the worst of it. THE eyes of our esteemed morning contemporary having been opened by the figures of Monday's election, it now proposes to fight the campaign over again. THat Anaconda Standard and the Mis soula Gazette, two active democratic bolters, are employing their arguments in attacking one corporation and de fending another. THE Garza rebellion was a bit of school boy parley to the terrific clashing of forces in Butte. Every breeze from over the range is laden with the nau seating smell of powder. TaE people of Helena beg leave to salute their neighbors of Seattle. Mu nicipal reform is emblazoned on the banners of both cities, and will remain conspicuous for some time to come. Tat Anaconda Standard, having bolted the democrats in Butte city, may now be expected to support Mr. Lee Mantle, a worthy gentleman who has hitherto depended on republicans for defeat. THE Sons of Veterans were quite wise t in choosing a mid-summer date for their na convention in this city. All summer hi conventions should be held here at a gr time when the heat in the east is most a sweltering. th PRESIDENT HARRISOuN will have very little time for duck hunting trips dur ing the coming year. After March 1, 1893, the public will not be favored with newspaper accounts of his luck in the Potomac marshes. BE THE gubernatorial boom of Lieut.- to Gov. Rickards is not stretching the guy ropes. A few illustrated lectures on tc the lieutenant governor's original but I illusive mathematical theories might help matters along. ci THE name of Gov. Grar as a presi dential candidate has not attracted the attention anticipated by his friends. The d esteemed evening paper's suggestion , that a candidate can be in politics too long seems to fit the case of Gray. o SENATIOR PErFFER'S star of destiny n bids fair to become a well-defined planet. The fearful tornado which re-I cently swept through his state might I have been delayed until congress ad- r journed, and then found a really tempt ing mark. Ova compliments to the Hion. Lee t Mantle on the honor of a nomination to l the mayoralty. In this connection it may be observed that his change of i route to the United States senate does not make his way to that distinction al- I together clear, in the vision of an ordi nary Montana layman. DISPAsTCHEs from Washington say that Colonel Sanders and Commodore Power explain the republican defeat in this city on the ground of "general apathy." Before they venture other ex planations they should secure additional information. If there was any apathy in this town on Monday it could not be found. THE row in Great Falls has revived the historic names of half-breeds and stalwarts, first introduced into politics when Roscoe Conkling's leadership was attacked by the Blaine republicans in New York state, and which ended in a victory for the half-breeds. This result, however, has no significance in the Great Falls fight. Tos people of New York, who are an noyed by the mouthings of an English duelist boasting of a belt full of scalps, can be relieved by sending the young blackguard to Montana. Any one of our stalwart cowboys will give him his choice between a bowie knife and a double-barrelled shotgun, and furnish an affidavit that it will be his last duel. T.a republicans in Great Falls have split into a bitter and unconditional party fight, leaving the way plearly opened for'the election of a democratic tiP ath. While* W* ew ra this lack of harmony among (64 flow oreatuwe on the o*iar .44i th ee alw. g willing to salke adtmat at he *sitution for the sake of good lgov T'a Washington ommmodaent of th Helena Journal, whoever he may hae, 1 thinks it a very great mistake to hold oonventions and elections in Helena all within one week. It this political sage will visit this otty and take a straw *ote he will find the people of Helena ontlMe ly satisfied with the present method of arranging dates. The campaign is long enough to suit candidates and electors alike. Tea Washington correspondent of our esteemed morning contemporary inti mates that the republican delegation from this state to Minneapolis will be barred from the convention.because of irregularity in calling the state conven tion: This will be very good news to the anti-HArrison people in Montana. It means that the outlook is rather dis couraging 'to Prince Russell and Com missioner Carter. IT is said that ox-Senator Bayard has been chosen to nominate ex-President Cleveland at Chicago. This would be an unfortunate mistake. The man to nominate Mr. Cleveland should be one in close touch. with the issue of tariff reform and who commands the support a large element in his party. He should also be an orator of personality and popularity. The old back numbers who have received honors sufficient and have gone into retirement should be al lowed to remain there. TIME TO HALT. At this distance it appears as though the Cleveland democrats in New York state were becoming altogether too en ergetic in their opposition to Senator Hill's candidacy. They are carrying matters to the point where the outsider is becoming to believe that they. not only intend to defeat HIIdl at Chicago, but, if nominated, defeat him at the polls. There is very little to be gained by such meetings as were held at Buf falo Tuesday night, and a second state convention in New York could result in nothing more than widening the unfor tunate breach between the two sections of the party. Suppose that a Cleveland delegation from New York is chosen and sent to the Chicago convention? These delegates may or may not secure seats; but if Grover Cleveland is renominated, as the majority of democrats from the north, south, east and west hope he will be, then the question comes, how will New York state be carried? To win the vote of this state the successful candidate must have the hearty and loyal support of all democrats. If this fight in the party continues, it may be very safely predicted that there will be a knifing of candidates. It occurs to us that the quickest and best way to restore har mony is for the Cleveland men of New York state to cease holding these public meetings and stop personalities. The state convention in New York was called in February by the Hill faction; but it was called regularly, and the delegates were regularly chosen according to the recognized methods employed in such gatherings. The people of the country do not want Senator Hill president of the United States, and the democratic national convention will not nominate him; but he certainly is the leader of a great party element in New York state, and the democrats who are keeping up this fight against him in order to nom inate Mr. Cleveland are following a very short-sighted and perhaps fatal policy. CROSS-CIUTS. Called you a freckled idiot? How ab surd! Why you are not freckled!-Fun. It is a mistaken idea that loud talk gives di tone to society.-Boston Transcript. a The man who has no business of his own to attend to always goes to bed tired. Bam's Horn. t A pickpocket must learn his business. He $ cannot enceaed until he gets his hand in. Id -Picayune. Poet: In which act of my new play do w do you think the wittiest remarks wese 1 made. Critic: In the entr'acte-about 0 your piece.-Fliegende Blater. "How is it we so seldom see you at church on Sunday evenines, Mr. Buaskinsock?" n "Well-er-fact is I usually attend the-sr a matinee now."-Fun. Rosalie-Going to give up anything this a Lent? Greace-I guess 1'11 give up Tom. Rosalic--Pahaw, that's giving up absolutely nothing.-New York Herald. c When a little girl in a Sunday school choir wants to be an angel all she has to do is to sing out. The idea that wings make the angel is merely a matter of 'pinion.- t Picayune. "I am not opposed to Sunday rest," said the workman who is a free-thinker, "but what I demand is that the other days of the week shall be treated in the same way." --Le Figaro. When a woman rises to terminate a visit she has more to say than during her whole stay. In this regard a woman is like a gun, which makes most noise when it'sgoing off. -Boston Transcript. Preacher: Every man must some day settle his account with his maker. Tailor: I wish you could impress young Sapmind with that idea. He hasn't settled with me in about a year and a half.-Boston Courier. A man who has been insulted by Boireau angrily hands him his card with these words: "'There, sirl I shall be at home all day to-morrow!" To which Boireau gravely replies: "So shall I, sir!"-Le Figaro. EXAMINING DOCTORS. The State Medical Board Has a Busy Sessionn. Twenty-two physicians were before the state board of medical examiners yesterday for examination. Dr. Leavitt, of Butte, who acted as temporary president of the board, was succeeded yesterday by Dr. C. ' K. Cole, of Helena, who was appointed to g the position by Gov. Toole upon the recom rf mendation of a great number of physicians is in the state.. A session was held last eve ning which wound up the business before 0 the board for this session. It is estimated th thathey are fully 100 physicians in the statite who have not vet complied with the medical pIraotice act which requires them to pass an examination before the board. vo The supreme court has passed upon this al point. The next meeting of the board will be held in Butte on April 21 to examine ly physicians holding temporary certificates io entitling them to practice. Inw. "' te, M " It wil repay r (4 iSat "As the bte ar the eat A Ihte of the * 4wae aeSa t 6 . paper e5en of the state of M.ata t grade-usU ateaN trM l .g an "er! .n_-. R etmo I ,Ktea e*em..eu enainst that stalwart sprd bOtlit coint of the litdd t from thrae S aoral chair of sA. eKut wh been occupying the chair for alittle 0101 year. He "resignda " oar in Mna'eh, slne thea o ee been ue will sPent between ettine readey to oi ver . lecture on Nepoltaa and ist tlr eomollmentary notiees of himeolf and aan oomplimentary notices of the Journal late other papers in the stat. If his leotu.e t a nccess ay buy a ti.kt to Nwl Yor hir ofld he Mis. it soula Gazette, whe may seems to have been antil the odletioa ou nday paper bery scoomen and whore plethor MoK tot meant e beenll bn t ne himA. Cas wpbell, oif not Ibetter, however, b wae in throughwn thie files ofhaving just dae pa Platheaci oountry, where he will upendp fewhich weeks Inprove the intfull of that py wper. "William 0. Rauft. the editor and pro prIetor of the Sunday'Review, of Missoula, the only Sunday paper publiked in that enterprisieatg cit, Was.e to hnae made qutte a little hit. He has only 'just gotten out the sevMinth nmber, bnt the reportk are to iThu editor of the Miasoula Gazette, who seems to have ben plnning tor Kit t out a Sunday paper very soon, aad whose plats seem to haveill been nipped in the bud by the birth of the Review, amuses himself San daetti nog up articdays les of ki through interest witol mn of his health rivalempor arindelly ate senty cditor, and ories 'that anought ot to ho allowed on to the famil editor and' Rautpropr e gone him as well, if not better, however, by toking trough the Bozils of the az-Courerste, which prove to be fa reputatl of the spiy writin of rof a riters of days gone by. sll 'E.mastodon. . Tinle, ho rent to Bute from Seattle, Wash., to manage the Butte Miner for Millionaire Clark. It, is said to be making quite appreconsiderable inroads into the circulation of the Anaconda Standard, the Miner's most formidable rival. Tingle is a bright man and a willingly hard worker. "Since Mr. McKnight'O departure from the Journal, and Editor Keith's installation as managing editor, R. L. Watitins, the ataff artist of the Journal. ;hasbeen as sigued to fill in his time on special work, getting up articles of loeal interest with illustrations. "M. L. Brown is temporarily acting as city editor, Bowie's assistant, in Mr. Wet kine' place. "Matt Alderson, the editor and proprie tor of the Bozeman Avant-Courier, is get ting to have quite a reputation as a curiosity lover. The last acquisition of his is the shape of a lot of remnants of the skull of mastodon recently discovered near Boze man. It ic said to be of Immense size and to be of some considerable value as a relic. "L. N. CuenizAr." PATENTS FOR SETTLERS. A Largo Number Received at the Helena Lat Land Office Yesterday. the The local land office was in receipt of a pal number of patents yesterday. The com- col plete list is as follows; ron Cascade county-Eugene Prior, 160 acres; of Octave Lemire, 80 acres; Wallis Bisson, 160 acres; Wi. L. Cleeland, 160 acres; Than. Miller, 160 acres; Eugene R. Clingan, 80 acres: John B. Wetzel, 160 acres: Wm. car Wallace, 160 acres. Frances Trueblood, 160 pri acres; Douglass Martin, 160 acres: James Ba F. MoClelland, 160 acres; John E. Moran, 128 acres; Chas. W. Garrett, 160 acres. Choteau county--Fled W. Brown, 120 I acres; Elizabeth Martin, 160 acres: John B. sal Wellenstein, 160 acres; Albert F. Watkins, 40 acres; Joe. Street, 160 ao;es; Sterling McDonald, 160 acres. Meagher-James H. Ash, 160 aores; Ed- Of win C. Hill, eighty acres; Jae. A. Mo- bei Naught, 160 acres. Lewis and Clarke-Geo. D. Johnson, 160 acres. Fergus--Wm. R. Wood, 160 acres; John Scott, 159 acres. Re There is also a patent for Helen C. Har per, administratrlx of the estate of Mary F. Park, of Silver Bow county, for 640 sh acres, taken up under the desert land law, to and one for Thos. J. Mulavey, administra tor of the estate of Robert Hughes, of Beaverhead county, for 390 acres. DISTRICT COURT. Asks Damages From the Sme.ting and Reduction Company. Henry C. Cleveland filed a suit in the A district court yesterday against the Helena and Livingston Smelting and Reduction company to recover $1,059 for personal in- - juries. He was a locomotive engineer in the employ of the company, receiving e $4.50 per day. In December, 1890, Cleve land alleges that he received severs and dangerous injuries, and that he made aa agreement with the company whereby it o was to pay him $4.50 per day from March e 11, 1891, until his recovery. Up to the time a of filing his suit 479 days have elapsed. He claims a balance of $1,059, having been el paid $1,096.50. h And. Holm et al. vs. MaxJovanavio. De murrer to amended complaint taken under advisement. Selena Steam Heating and Supply com pany vs. Wm. Harrison. Demurrer to is amended complaint overruled. First National bank vs. Greedhood, Bob.m & Co.; Merchants National bank vs. same. SAplpearance of T. C. Bach as associate counsel for defendants entered. A1 G. W. Shaw vs. G. W. White et al. 0 Thirty days in which to file bill of excep tions. i5 George Seymer vs. Florence Seymer. Mo. - tion to strike out parts of answer taken under advisement. CHEAP FOR CASH. Clothing, Furnishing and Fancy Goods Almost (liven Away. M. Lissner has moved the stock of goods lit owned by him to 67 South Main street and le is almost giving them away. Fancy goods n, are being sold at 25 cents on the dollar, if. clothing at 50 cents on the dollar and fur nishing goods at 75 cents on the dollar. y Samunel K. Davis' Special. INVISTMENT STOCKS. ad 1,000 Cumberland (asetle), $1.15. se 500 Bi-Metallic Extension (Philipsburg), on O. 650. 500 Combination (Philipsburg), $1.25. an 1,000 Iron Mountain, 850. see 600 Helena & Victor, $1.35. all 325 Bald Butte, $2.10. 1,000 Poerman (Crunr d'Alene), 95v. 1l This list of stocks are sure winners, safe for investment and bottom in price. S Rooms 26 and 17, Bailey blook. Salt Lake Uity Natural Gas. sy Twenty thousand shares of the Balt Lake Improvement and Natural Gas company the stock (the well flowing gas and oil, within the corporate limits of Salt Lake City,) for ay sale, at bottom figures, for a few days. Ap ts, ply to Cashier Utah and Commercial the Savings Bank, Salt Lake City. lenmoval. m-. Mrs. S. A. Fisher has just removed her sus stock of millinery to the Novelty block, 15 lve- South Slain street (opposite the old stand). rore Grand millinery opening Monday and Tues. ited day, Apiil 11 and 12. the the Cudahy Rsx Rete Extract. aei Cudahy Rex beef extract, recommended this by all leading physicians. Call at Parchen will & Co.'s and ask lady at the door for a cup. ine --.. stes Boys' bicycle heat, fast black, very heavy and extra lengits, only 35 conts at The l . Hive. ;16 ' t tottwlag solat of vba tIs b en th Ie a0ittee thO *le h 4 he f at ith u oSo so po e at a thibbs IFr for thA ema gas owr company, or trananmittios nearly . a iaia fat aten to thity ae to will belocatedinw i bi y the of transformers, mi f to rorona, it en miles, ard to k ` trestiormrn wil be raoted at tho 4 ed aingtih potential ttero 1,wi abe ive PsItoe ower'pe diretly wi be an or Weatin hss allternUrltjg correut dytl cal distribution, while the 2,000 volt ous. ent will by tran ited to 10,000nearby towns. by the use of translormers, and will then to Pom ona, fifteen miles, end to tan BOr, nardino, thirty miles distant. Step-dowr trthortra woril e wlloted at theused to red rhedain the potential to 1,000 light , p olts. The lown pressure will be used or local distribution, while the 2,000 volt our rent will by transmitted to nearby towns. Other tranaformere will be nsed to reduce the potential to 100 volts for lighting pur poses. The insulate: a used will be similar to those in the Lauffen-Frankfort plant, with oil receptaoles. The half-dopen towns which this projected plant will reach have a population of about 25000; and as gas, oil and coal are very high the advantages of electric light and power will he unusually great. Photograph frames, sire 8X10, massive mould- f ags, in ilt. bruonze, silver, ivory, Oia, anttlqe bronaze and brhlht metal worth i to #8 each, only 15 cants thib week at The lBe Hive, Removal-Dr. Norris has removed his dental offle to the Pewer black, rooms 810 and 811, third floor. Ineorporatloa Notice. Due notice is hereby given that the books of the Helena, White Sulphur Spriges & Castle railway company will be open at the ofice of Wm. J. Fuchs in the rear part of the Montana National bank building on Edwards street, in the oity of Helena, Mont., on the 22d day of April A. D., 1892, for the purpose of receiving subscriptions to the capital steak of said corporation. L. H. Hershleld, H. M. Parohen,. A. IM. Holter, A. J. Seligman, D. A. Cory, W. A. Chessman, incorporators. Helena, March 22, 1892. The elevator in the Bailey building is run evenings as well as day times, a great conven ience. Ladies' lisle thread, balbriggan and silk vests in ecrn. cream white sad black at The Bee Hive. flargales In Ready Mixed Paints. Raynold's strictly pure house paint, $1,25 per gallon. White iron paints, $1.20 per gallon. Roof and barn paint, in barrele,,600 per gallon. Hoof and barn paint, in five gallon kegs, 800 per gallon. At H. i. Parehen & Co.'s drug store. The Great Northern Leaves Helena daily at 11:10 a. m. and is the short fast line to the east. They run palace, dining and sleeping ears and free colonist sleepers. Cheap one-way, also round trip tickets on sale at city ticket office, No. 6 North Main street. B. H. LAWLEor, General Ticket Agent. Socletles wishrng to Give Dances can have the Turner hail at a very low price. Eaquire by H. Tone or Henry Baatz. Oheap for Cash. Fresh garden greens, poultry and fish for sale at the Rialto Cash Market. )f foreign and domeslie snitinge have just )een received by JonssoN. Try a Cup, Free. Call at H. M. Parehen's and try a oup of Rex beef ten, free. Wm. Mier, colored, of Wheeling. W. Va., ;hot and killed his wife beeause she refused a to krise him. He escaped. RANCH OF 2,000 ACRES Well improved and thoroughly Irri gated, on fane range. A GREAT BARGAIN. W. E. Cox, Gold Block. GEO. H. 'ILIL. WALTER KING. HILL & KING Have a hee lot of DRY YELLOW PINE WOOD For tale cheap in any quantity. Also sawed and splmt wood en hand. ( rders solicited. E. E. Wright. agent, room 1 Bailey Block. Tel ephone No. 2a I rr USE ' -1.rs- l-I Ju A SWEET FACE AT THE WINDOW. t Nothing but the best of North Dakota hard wheat is used in the manufacture of the celebrated Diamond Patent Flour, And every sack bearing the Dia Smond brand is guaranteed equal n to any in the market. SASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. Qost DP' m Oe THE NEW PULSOMETER A, MI, Holter Hard l re t Gc panly, -'ltu.. Moat. POlerl It ,ardw wie4 t to lolt, in.r M 1a0wohI t. PA n. esa e.at ,ltIes sepplltM. Capital paid in $5,Q00,0Q0. Arsets roe $928 OQO,Q0Qb For absolute seourity ant for promnpt payment of lonm insure with THIE GUARDIAN ASSURANCE CO0 OF LONDON. L. F. LA.RGIX, AGENT. ..o, -.. 1X.T.. iO mo.TdI . Furriture and Garpets, Shades, lala. e 0ffic hesnille CurtainS. School Furnitur. J. R SANFORD, Nos. 112 and 114. Broadway, Helena. Helena .Lumber C.ompany AGENTS FOR THRE ELEBRATED GALT COAL ---ALSO DIALELR IN- Rough and Finishing Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Doors, Sash and Lumter, Telephone 14. City Offtlee Room 8, Thompsou leck, MailA troeet Opposite Grand Central HoteL Wholesale and - -. Retail. Wall Paper. VWe are now prepared to supply dealers with wall paper in any quantity at factory prices with freight added. Samples sent on application. We are also prepared to do paper hanging, fresco painting, wall tinting and interior painting at low prices on short notice. We are prepared to give our patrons correct taste and exact workmanship. - - - , O. J. HOLMES. 26 N. Main Street. Je oorn Mouldings.--- WindovJ Shades. a . * * * * * " "