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9m5e by rel taed lt er, e+ , p) . ..... pros order, peysliS to Th u S.*l4*R ?sbý tubing Company. g'Prea deshing twe i EiPa 5pi erve4d at hlt bornel dl p 1dCf beo1m ar order by potal cardor throdtsfl lndgi ] threpie . lee. s report eucserof Irreegular elvqy ..ro.pt.ly. Advertjilementi, to iuneay preipot Iae.rtia;. qenid be hiaded Ia blteo o p. h. lIejectd omm2noatioitel s not rteraable as-. lte poetMee I ernleed. TEItES OF usasonwwxTIO.r. lY oranit. Daily (inclading Candaye per year*......... $ 0O Daily [iasludini Sanday] six months...... 6 So Daily [iacludint Sundayl three meatha... 260 Daily [lexaladii Sunday] per year........ 9 00 Daily [excludins Sunday) per month...... 7 londay only [In advance per year......... 2 50 Weekly [ii advance only] per yea......... 03 Daily by carrier, per wek, leven iaeuesl.. . 15 HELENA, MONT, APRIL 11, 1892. g.'Montauiana abroad will always fid Tan DAILY lIsoaPnsnNTr file at their favorite kotels: Fifth Avenue and Metropolitan. New York; West, Minneapolis: Baldwin and Palace, San Francisco; McDermott. Butte; Leland Hotel, Sprinifield. 111. T .E WEATEIR. Reported for Tat TiNPna DNNT daily by E. J. (rlase United States observer. 8:00 a. m. 6:00.o. m. Barometer............ .." 20.00 2.901 7 Temnperatur4 ................ 42,0 s1.1 Wind ........ ... ..·W.... ew- Tmpaerature at noon. 50.0. Maximum tomperatre., 5,.0. Minimum temporature, 41.7. Forecast: Light showers, slight changes in tem Slerature. HeLENA. Mont., April 10, 1893. CorME, gentlemen of the* Board of Trade, hold a meeting and do something. A MID-SUMMER field day at Athletic . park would be anu`vent worth record ing. Is the democratic oity ticket in Butte is defeated to-day democrats will be asked to explain. PRESIDENT HARRISON will find that a war issue without a war will not go :. through this year. CHINA may retaliate against the Geary bill, but the United States will have the best of the bargain. THE pennant of the Montana league must be won by the Helena team. Ball players, do you hear? THE Helena Journal is respectfully informed that its discussion\of local campaign issues is too late by a week. ALL democrats hope to see Hon. Marcus Daly's colors at the head of the racing list in 1892. They likewise hope that the lowering of his political colors will stop short. THE delay in prosecuting boodle aldermen of Chicago would indicate that the self-sacrificing official of that city never overlooks the "pull" while rob bing his constituency. THE INDEPENDRENT will give $50 in free silver to the member of the Helena base ball team who furnishes the beat batting record at the close of the season. Hit the ball and win the money. SOME discussion has arisen over the reported transfer of the Inter Mountain to Mr. Daly. On this side of the range there is an impression that Mr. Mantle has purchased the Anaconda Standard. SENATOR DAVID B. HILL is a great man in the greatest state in the union and Grover Cleveland is the greatest living American. They will work to gether for democratic victory this year. MR. EDISON is inventing a new phon ograph to record the noise when Grover Cleveland's name is mentioned in the Chicigo convention. That the machine will have a double cylinder is already evident. G EN. ALGER's delay in side tracking his boom is not creating serious alarm among the Harrison people. Aside from Cullom, Alger has been regarded as the easiest victim for defeat at Min neapolis. THE democratic state committee will make a grievous error by deciding to hold two state conventions in one. The convention to choose candidates for state offices should not be held later than Sept. 1. Iw the McKinley bill has helped Mon. tana, wool growers fail to discover the benefit. Free wool, better markets and steadier values will come when govern mental affairs are turned over to demo cratic; management. MUNICIPAL elections will be held to day in Butte, Missoula and (Great Falls. That the best man will win is a doubt ful proposition in two out of the three towns, the democrats having no mayor alty candidate in the third. THE Wool growers' interest was the first to belprotected by our tariff laws. It has been protected ever since the year 1816.-Port land Oregonian. Yes, and the wool grower has been getting the worst of it ever since. THF story that some of the anti-Ilar rison senators are trying to have un pledged delegations sent to the Minne apolis convention in the hope of retain ing the present incumbent, calls for the presence of Prince Russell at the Mis soula gathering. THE report is again current that Sen tor HIill will withdraw his candidacy in avor of Senator Palmer. Assuming that the democratic national convention will name its candidate, it may be pre sumed that Hill will not be the diotator and Palmer will not be the candidate. LrcUT. HETHERINGTON, who shot an Englishman at Yokohama, and Ashley Howell, who killed Capt. McGrath at Warrenton, Ga., have both been acquit ted. It is evident that juries do not entertain the same amount of admira tion shown by some of the weaker sex. PE.rIaPs, Mr. Russell B. Harrison has learned by experience that his father's cause is more popular with Montana republicans when the son is in Wash ington. This is. really, the only enoour agement to be offered to Harrson rt pu)pe sns in serh tf ajielegtion r th6 Mtate. , 'Tis ew York Sun even moo: grlaflied over the repult of the RZhode Island eleotion than its xipublioan coo temporaries. However, its viet .tiat tht result is a iersonal defeat tr Mr~ Cloveland is mot than offset b~r thb in struotions to democratic delegates 14' 1.1 sections of the oountry. - CAP HA.S'I-.sDv, one of the mosba brutal of the brutes concerned i. the Hatfield-McCoy fued, on4 the bord re of Kentucky and West Virginia, ' re ported to have been shot to death iin a row over cards. Had he lived in Mon tana the chances are he would have been legally strangled years ago. A BAD MEiSS. The democrats at Great Falls who are in for party victory have good reason to protest. Here are the facts. Three city conventions were held and three tickets nominated, .the repub lican, democratic and citizens. The democrats nominated a straight city ticket in regular form, with Patrick Kelly at the head. So far as could be learned Mr. Kelly is a worthy citizen, a good democrat and a trusted employe of the Great Northern company. He ao cepted the nomination in good form, and at' a fine ratification meeting the democratic leaders of Great Falls showed unusual enthusiasm in predict ing a great party victory, for which the way seemed clearly open. Now, then, on Saturday evening pre ceding the election on Monday, the dem ooratio nominee for mayor withdraws from the race after furnishing the al leged explanation that the rules of his company do not permit employes to ac cept munifcipal honors. There is some thing behind the telegram he received at the last minute. In any event, there are reasons to believe that "oat-hop ping" in Great Falls politics is not con fined entirely to the republican side. The democrats in Helena and Butte have nominated and elected good men to city councils, who are trusted em ployes of the Great Northern company who never received orders from their company to keep out of city politics, which, by the way, should interest every good citizen. One of two things is true. The dem ocratic managers of Great Falls showed a lamentable ignorance of affairs, or the withdrawal of, Mr. Kelly was designed to elect the republican candidate for mayor. It is certainly very strange that such action should have been delayed until the last moment. The importance of democratic victory in the city elections this springis im portant, almost beyond appreciation. Helena, Bozeman, Billings and Deer Lodge set a lively pace, and it is pro posed to repeat the victories in the fall. Unfortunately, we find that certain dem ocratic elements in Butte and Great Falls prefer either personal revenge or the payment of political debts to the benefits which will result from victories to the democratic party of Montana. The feature to be most regretted is that cer tain trusted democratic counsellors are endeavoring to throw the party for the reasons stated. It is not too early to predict that they will have reason to regret such action. Democrats in this state know the inside facts and will place responsibility where it belongs. MAKE ATHLETICS POPULAR. C It is hoped that the revival of inter- 0 est in base ball in this city will lead to the encouragement of athletics in all good forms. Certainly the young men of Helena should not lack interest in the subject when the young men of all other cities are doing so much to establish the the truth of the good old axiom that a sound g mind should dwell in a sound body. The athletic club, organized under auspices so favorable, after an expenditure of several thousand dollars in a good cause, dropped into a comatose condition. Lack of interest was the cause, though this could doubtless have been over come if proper methods had been fol lowed by the management. The grounds, lrowever, will be ready for use after the expenditure of a few hundred dollars by the baseball managers, and will be open for the use of all athletic sports. There fore there are no existing reasons why the athletic club should not reorganize and get down to work. With the in- I struction of a competent tutor who will enthuse interest, the club could easily be made one of the most popular institutions in the city. Amateur ball nines, cricket and football teams could give each other great entertainment during the dull summer months, and every member of the club would he physically improved. An hour's work. in the park, followed by a plunge in the natatorium, would bring good fun and healthy exercise. The lively strife in sports would likewise arouse all needed interest, and the club would then be es tablished on a successful basis. Cale donian societies in other towns hold an nual field days to satisfy their inherited love of athletic games. The society in this city should do likewise, while all others should unite to make it a suc cess. The local bicycle club is discuss ing the feasibility of holding a big tour ament at the park during one of the convention weeks. The track can easily be placed in good condition for all con tests which may be held, and any sub scriptions asked for this work should re ceive a ready response. The point is to make the athletic park a place of popular resort. A place where you may go two or three days in the week and find good sport. The base ball games to be held there this season will attract much attention, but there should be other features. Let the athletic club meet, reorganize and open its membership to any respectable young man who wishes to join. In this way new interest may make the club what it should be. BRemoval. Mrs. H. A. Fisher has just removed her stock of mnillinery to the Novelty block, 15 South Main streee (opposite the old stand). Grand millinery opening Monday and Tues day, April 11 and 12. Upe. R. uolnqwy, state vet..arita of Eo)atIn steao ett the opening of a still t nondile oyar width ifronm Orin o noirt to the presiwt Montana Ali 6t the shlption of the present quarat ilte ain4t gletment. This seems to be s, easy wadi otof a very seriloue dilisiemma, t ae s t Nort iwesterlin Live took Journal, of pet Who present attitude of outr gosioo, canullt be maintained. An attempt 'oud re will involve the state in legal o atea lasting for years andt involevid n largp Itil rof mouy. We are now taxed alst itost, ! deathr and ec stand no additional ,urd-ia in that direction. A few hundred diiars will mark aot a t.ail, and It Ahi. e'is a shipe eas will respsct the lines eatablili. If this not done more than 100,00`0 hb will march leisurely across the state itg entire width, and the damagee will bo -far greater then that imposed by operi.t) no trail half way across the state, Our negh beo a have made larta ptr chases of Texas, New Mexico and Arisona cattle in districts where the lb altof the cattle is unqustitoned and whenase they have heretofore opme reely and without restraint,and they are entitled to some. consideration. No one questions the right to full protection-on the other bled no one can rightfully deny entrance to cattle known to be healthy. The opening of a legal trail will be a safe and consistent thing to do and itwill save our people miuich trouble and manyo dollars. Open the to all' If the quarantine regulation of Wyoming is obeyed, stockmen will be complled to ship from Oheyenne to Orin Junction, thence east to Oelrich, B. D., where the cat tie are to be unloaded and driven around the eastern edge of the BlackRilla country, and thience west to their destination int Montana. This makes an additional ex pense of about $80 a car, besides doubling the distance to drive across the country. If the older is enforced it is claimed it will defeat a good many sales and eat up the profits of several years. Skimmin & Eseig, dentists, Sixth and Main lady assistant. oeeth extracted painlessly. Fresh spare ribs at the Rialto Cash Market. Telephone 105. THE INDEPENDENT'S PRIZE. it Will MIake a Present to the Best Batter. President Muth, of the Helena Board of Trade, is authorized to announce for Tra INDEPENDENT that it will offer a prize of $50 in silver coin to the player- in the Helena base ball team of the state league who makes the best batting record this season. It is generally customary in making money i prizes to announce that the amount will be paid in gold coin. THE INDEPENDENT de parts from this custom because it is loyal to Montana and her interests, and hence offers its prize of $50 in silver coin. Helena will have a first-class ball team to compete for the league pennant. The fnancial backing has been secured, and all that remains to make it a success is a loyal town behind the team to encourage it and cheer it on to victory. The electric car lines will contribute to the support of the team. If the merchants generally will also respond, a base ball team will be secured which will be a great factor in advertising the city. The plunge will be closed to-day to make some repairs to the cement bottein. One thousand papers "Vick's" Celebrated fresh flower seeds just received at H. M. Parchen & Co. "Artistic, Healthful Dress and Physical Culture" By Mrs. Annie Jenness Miller, on Tuesday, April 12. Elegant gowns shown, made by Liberty, of London. One dress shown is embroidered by the women of Constanti nople. •A Chicago artist has requested per mission of Mrs. Miller to copy this gown in his painting for the World's fair. A raipy day dress, business woman's dress, school girl's dress and a mother's gown will be shown. -Reserved seats for the Jenness-Miller en tertainment are now on sale at Pope & O'Connor's. Seats 75 and 50 cents. Reduction of Fares. The summer schedule of fares upon the lines of the Helena Electric Railway com pany goes into effect on April 1, 1892, and until further notice the fare upon all the company's line will be five cnnts. Persons who find tickets a convenience can obtain.same at the company's ofliee, corner Main street and Sixth avenue. HELENA ELEOTRIC RAILWAY,Co. - Ladies' Swiss ribbed underwear at 10 cents and upward at Butcher & Bradley's. 105 Broadway. Bargains 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 barrels, 600 per gallon. Roof and barn paint, in five gallon kegs, 80e per gallon. At H. M. Parchen & Co.'s drug store. Men's Australian lamb's wool underwear, in spring weight. sell i color, usually sold at t3.50 per suit, offtered this week at the Bee Hive for$2. Pot~oesl Potatoest Potatoes! Three thousand bushels of potatoes cheap in sacks, on board oars at Helena, in lots of 1,000 pounds or car load. Address, BosTo·N FrIst MARKET, Smith & Stephene, Proprietors, Helena, Montanr.a. Grand Opening. Mrs. 8. A. Fisher having removed her es tablishment to the Novelty blook, 15 South Main street (opposite the old stand), will have a grand millinery opening Monday and Tuesday, April 11 and 12. The Highlest Cash Price Paid for all kinds of household furniture by G. IH. Taylor & Co., 115 Broadway. All kinds of second-hand goods for sale at low est prices. HELENA OTewrerrTqo SToa. - A Gale an d a Zephyr. This celebrated brand of Hard Wheat Patent Flour (not the windy however) is for sale by all first-claea GroQers. The Mnit p b has b ia serson at the lir1 Prebytteau hr h oh Eleventh lvu*e n luºte i dt ill "to to a 0l1o0s this :alst. 'U e ha>s been a larga it ppdante fro all ?t of hse latet. Ait liteor8i* ui sCt i ep 1tray4 a sermon was delivre bytv. A, C. P Millan. of Grete, foll " by c h k o fb the Lord's t pe. 'i atbatitaooRn ti daelieatee made 1t t ito theý tad eool In the evenif herews SYi.rol yR th EB Wishar D D. of The presbytery wi ola with th following pro fa me? n Forrnoou session-*Nine to 9"~:0, r5eit for prayerl; rla tolt, pr.bilal busin , ArternooU ocio- TWO to are, prenbt terial buslne : ..;x JEveniang aseelod-7l"80 to 8i80 popal d d.Iessel: '"Oniain i smn Histomry" ,Rev, John Reid, Jr. .of Gret Falls. "Calvinolm in Theology b'y Rev.' J. O, Lenhlardt, of White ttllhrr Eprings, 8:80, reoeptlon to psembers of pruabytery,' t THAT DAVMI8 'TasT eHOsT. Old Timer Writes a ]ew Llae Aboat.the SSpook. To Tae IsNDE.ENDUE: In your rtoital of that' absurd story of an apparition whiob is said to have been seen on Davis street, it has seemed proper for you to allude to the manner of Mr. Sohemmral' death. This is to be deplored, as Mr. Bohemmals has been dead nearly three years, and whatever was the cause of his removal from this vale of tears, in his life-time he was a good and law abiding citizen, and a man of genial and kindly nature, whose hand and purse were ever ready to help the needy and dis tressed. Now that he has gone, why not lt him rest? OLD 'lman. Helena, April 10, 1892. Centimerl gloves for durability at Mrs. 8. A. 'isher's. Lace curtains have taken a mighty drop in price is the general opinion expressed by thbose who have seen the Bee Hive assortment and prices. lncorporation Notlee. Due notice is hereby given that the books of the Helena, White Sulphur Springs & Castle railway company will be open at the office of Wm. J. Fuchs it the rear part of the Montana National bknk building on Edwards street, in the citv of Helenae. Mont., on the 22d day ofApril A. D., 1892, for the purpose of reseiving subscriptfon to the capital stock of said corporation. L. H. Hershfeld. H. M. Parchen, A. M. Holter, A. J. Seligman, D. A. Cory, W. A. Chessman, incorporatore. Helena, March 22, 1892. Every one can afford to carry a silk umbrella, fast black, when the price is as low as $1.50, as advertised in another column by the Bee iive. Samuel K. Davis' 8peelat. TNVSaTMENT STOOKS. 10,000 Cumberland (Castle),. 20,000 G. S. P. T. (Behton group). 1.100 California (dead snap). 500 Iron Mountain, 873o. 400 Helena & Victor, cheap. 300 Bald Butte, safe. 500 to 5,000 Combination (Philipsburg). 1,000 Poorman (Cceur d'Alene). At the prices that these stocks can be of fered there is money in buying. Rooms 26 and 27, Bailey block. Cudahy Rex Beef Extract. Cadahy Rex beef extract, recommended by all leading physicians. Call at Parchen & Co.'s and ask lady at the door for a cup. MING'S OPERA HOUSE d. C. REMINGTON, Manager. One Night Only, Monday, April iI Return trip after three years' absence of the HIP O' THE OLD BLOG¶i Lynn Welcher as the Commodore; Miss Fanny Temple as Pixey, Mr. Fred Saville as Jack Lightfoot, Introducing the A LAUGHING ALPINE QUARTETTE. SEE THE BREAD MAKING SCENE SEE THE ELEVATOR SCENE. SEE THE TELEPHONE SCENE Feserve sale of seats opens at Pope & O'Con nor's Saturday morning. RANCH OF 2,000 ACRES Well Improved and thoronghly irri gated, on flee range. A GREAT BARGAIN. W. E. Cox, Gold Block. GEO. 0. Ham. WALTKR IOmG. HILL & KING Have a fine lot of DRY YELLOW PINE WOOD For eale cheap in any quantity. Also sawed and split wood on hand. ( rders solicited. E. T Wright, agent, room 1 Bailey Block. Tel ephone No. 21L. M ht AD SRT SFnapphires S .,d bouveair Spoons. .B. JACQUEMINO& CO., Di amo nd WatOhesN. lookse, Jew. ely. and Silverware, :wFancy Artic les, Umbrellas. Canes, Etc., Eto. Of the let Makes Only. JEWELRY M1ADE. TO ORDER. ENGRAVING' WATCH REPAIRING, GOOD WORK ONLY. "" -_.HAS PROVEN TO BE "S-. The Cheapest, Most Durable .A Economical, IRRIGATION PUMP SAll pumps put in under guarantee. THE NEW PULSOMETER i ea double acting pump without any mechanical ap. pliance to absorb power, or set out of order. All p s ei g an n Wof r d ' .nglparts .reo pa hn, worn, without aokiled labor or machine ,shop, It is automatic in its oper0tion. l0o rmabhiery or en0lng required to run t, only a steam pipe from boilý to 1ump, The preegute of steam Morces ish water above te v pUmp. due to the p ieer n the boiler. Thae eates ln ule obtai rl without the expense ot steam by mean. Write foe circular, priqe lists oa vaouum formed by the cendsuation of the .team a.ncd testmonal to after it has been ntilied to elevate the water above the A. Mi Holter Hardware. Compay, Helena. Mont.. Dealers in Hardware. Tools. Meohinery, Engines, Boilers, Pumps and M-ining Supplies. Capital paid in $p,000,000. Aossets over $23,000,00.. For absolute security and for prompt payment oe losses insure with fHE GUARDIAN ASSURANCE CO OF LONDON. L. F. LAGROIX, ASENT, EILE2N.A ai TeeN.& Wholesale - and o- Retail. Wall Paper. We 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. 0. J. HOLMES,, 26 N. Main Street. oorm Mouldings. .Wirndow, Shades.