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Adopted by the State Convention, Held at Missoula, on May 9, Protection, Reciprooity, Chinase Exolusion, and Liberal Pen slons Approved. ,;·, Sanders, Power and Carter Are Compll. mnented-Free Silver, Harrison and Dlamae, Espeelally Blaine. The following is the full text of the plnt form adopted by the republican state con vention held at Missoula, May 9: Resolved, That we, the republicans of Montana, in convention assembled, hereby proclaim anew our devotion to the great principles and historic policies of the re publican party and unite with our co-par tisans in all parts of the union in sub mitting them with unshaken confidence to the calm judgment of an intelligent and patriotic people. Resolved, That we reiterate our advocacy of the republican doctrine of protection for our home industries against unequal and injurious foreign competition and as pre serving American interests for the products of American labor; and that we recognize in the McKinley bill the most consistent and beneficial embodiment .of that great principle that has ever graced the statute books of the United Stateg Resolved, That we regard the policy of reciprocity as provided by the legislation of a republican congress and develoded by the diplomacy of the present administra tion as the gracious and helpful handmaid en of the principles of protection, and while protection establishes and maintains American industries, reciprocity makes peaceful conquest of new fields, increases our foreign trade with non-competing na tions, thus reducing the coat of living and at the same time enlarging the markets for the surplus products of our farms. mines and factories. Resplved, That the vicious attempts of the democratic party in congress to under mine the republican policy of protection to American industries by the insidious and dishonest method of attacking the system throughthose industries that are not nu merically strong at the polls, or in congreis, and in particular we denounce the action of the demooratic majority in the house of representatives in passing the free wool bill, and demand that the existing duty on that product be preserved without re duction; that we will never cease to resist the grievous wrong and gross injustice that would result from such legislation as should deny protection to the wool growing interest of the union and at the same time fetain high duties on woolen goods, and that we condemn the action of Representa tive W. W. Dixon in voting in favor of that repeal. Resolved, That we view with indignation and alarm the efforts of democrats in con Sress to admit free of duty the lead ores of Mexico, a measure that would expose the labor of Montana to competition with that of a country where wages scarcely exceed 50 cents a day, and bring ruin and disaster upon that great mining Industry which is so large a factor in affording employment to workingmen, in the creation of wealth and in promoting the prosperity of our state. Resolved, That we demand vigorous measures of legislation that shall effectu ally and forever exclude Chinese laborers from Ameriena soil. Resolved, That, while inviting the worthy poor and oppressed of other lands to our shores, we favor the enactment of laws that will pqptect our country and people against the influx of the vicious, diseased and crim inal classes of foreign nations and the im portation of laborers undet contract to com pete with our own citizens; and that we recommend snch a revision of our immi gration and naturalization laws as shall tend to elevate the standard of American citizenshin. Resolved, That the republican party, ever mindful of the services beyond and above the possibility of just requital, ren tiered by the heroic men who fought the battles uf the republic, favor liberal pen sions to the veterans of the army and navy of the union and a generous provision for their widows and orphans. Resolved, That every consideration of justice and expedience demands that the surveys of the unsurveved lands upon the public domain be pushed forward with the greatest possible activity, and that we condemn the contemutible parsimony of the democrats in the house who are pro posing to appropriate for the public sur veys in the entire west a sum less than is imperatively needed in the state of Mon tana alone. Resolved, That the Northern Pacific Railroad company constructed its line from Lake Superior to the Pacitlo coast in the full knowledge that, by the express terms of its grant, mineral lands were excluded from its magnificent endowment and re served to those who should explore and de velop them: that we demand that the con tract between the government and this col poration be executed in its letter and spirit; that congress shall adopt effieient measures by classification or othsewise to secunre to the people of Montana and her sister itates their right to the mineral lands upon the public domain, and in view of the emi nence of the danger to our just claims, such action shall be had at the earliest pos sible day. Itesolved, That we approve of the dili' gent, faithful and efficient labors of Hen. Wilber F, andrers and Hion. Thomus C. Power, our senators in congresa, in :epre eenting the interests of their constituents and promoting the welfare of Montana by just and nesdful measures of legislation and administration. ReIolved. That we recognize with grati tude the promptness, vigor and justice that have characterized the administrationr of the general land atoftice under the able di rection of our esteemed fellow citizen, Thomas U. Catrtr. Resolved, That tlhe democratio party, by its complicity in frauds uron the iallot box. by its coittinued suppression of one half of the Inwfiul vote in the southern states, by its scandalous gerrymandering in the erection of congressional districts, and by the impudent felonies with which it so sured a mrijoritv of the legislators of New York, stands arraigned before the bar of publio opition as an orpranized conspiracy a~tainst a fair and pure ballot and of the vital irinoiples of a representative form of governtrllerlit. Resolved. That we recognize with pride and proclaim without fear of contradiction that the republicans of the Rocky moun tains have suffered no suspicion of ar ti sesahip in any policy that bears the taint of a saCrrflCe of national honor or a repudi ation of individual lisability; thut they have stood for many years a solid phalanx in re sistance to those who seek to create a our reuoy thiat is not based uluon a solid foun dation of value and just alike to debtor and creditor; that in an equal degree they have resister and will continue to resist the existence of a ntiotnal coinage that vio lates the tI adtious of the republie, oper atoes unjustly and to the detriment of the debtor classes and brinrgs depreciation and dishonor upon one of the metals recognized by our conutitution and honored by the fathers of the republio. lResolved, That we view with pleasure the demand from all sections f the country and embraoing all classes of our people in behalf of the free coinage of slver in the ratio existing previous to the act of 1873' unttd that it be mntLe a legal tender in all some anid for all debte, public and private, except when otherwiso expressly providedl: that we believe it to be in an essential du urse obligatory upon the republicrns of the sivwr-produlnuK soctions of the country to raise their voice in unison with those who are moving forward in the congress of the United tidttes end in the conrventions of the party to promote this most just and beneft olalp Hleyd and that our delegates to the republioan national convention are aooord ingly instructed to strive diligently to secure reOognlitne for the eause of free and unlimited coinage mi the plattorm and candldate of the party, loesolved, That we render to he admo n I istratlon of President Harrison our on dorsement and admiration for its purity, sagacity, manly vigor and stalwart patriot ism. Resolved. That in common as we believe with the great mass of the republicans of the aunle, we would delight to see the standard of the party placed in the hand of him whose name is a honsehold word in every American home and a cherished treasure in every American heart, the fore most statesman of hi time, the inorns. tion of pIogresilon anu patriotie republic anism, the object of the people's fondest desire, James G. Bluine. A Little Oirl's Experlenpe In a Lighthouse. Mr, and Mrs. Loren Trescett are keepers of the government lighthouse at Band Bench, Mich., and are bledsed with a daugh ter, four years old. Last April she was taken down with measles, followed with a dreadful cough and turning into a fever. Doctors at home andin Detroit treated her but in vain, she grew worse rapidly until bhe was a "mere handful of bones." Then she tried Dr. King's New Discovery and If ter the us' of two and a half bottles, was completely cured. They say Dr. King's New Discovery is worth its weight in gold, vet you may get a trial bottle free at 1U. X. Hale & Co.'s ding store. SNOT DEAD. Remarkable Experience of John Turk, a Pio neer of Helena. 89 Doses Taken at Once Did Not Kill, but Succeeded In Curing Him. . ohn Turk, Cascade, Montana, took 89 doses of a so-called "Ban Francisco Quack's 1 Medicine," at once, and was not killed, as promised by rival doctors. In Septem ber, 1889, he called on Dr. A. C. Stoddart, visiting physician for Dr. Liebig & Co., Llabig World Dispensary, San Francisco and Butte City, who had offices for two weeks at the Merchants Hotel, Helena. Mr. Turk had suffered for years with Rheumatism, Impurity of Blood and effects of mercunrial Salivation. He had four of the best physicians in Montana attend him, and they failed to relieve him. Dr. Stod dart examined him, sent his prescriptions to Liebig Dispensary, Ban Franoisco. to be prepared. After Dr. Stoddart left, Mr. Turk met the local doctors and told them what he had done. They laughed at him, and said "that San Francisco quack would kill him." He was so frightened that when the medicine from Ban Francisco came he put the bottle upon a shelf 'at his house, 707 Park street, Helena, and it stood neg lected until December (nearly three months) while Mr. Turk suffered day and night, had not slept half an hour at a time in years. Being in great agony late in December, at midnight, his eye caught eight of the so-called "Quack's?".' medi cine; (THE QUACK HAPPENS TO HAVE THE MONTANA MEDICAL LICENSE AND IS A DULY QUALIFIED PHYSICIAN AND .SURGEON FOR MON TANA.) He, in desperation decided to kill himself with the "Quack's" medicine, as he was told by former attending doctors it would kill him, so he swallowed half a month's medicine at once-39 doses-and fell asleep, slept until noon next day, and never has had a pain or ache since. The above reads like fic;ion, but truth is stranger, and to prove that the above is true, write to John Turk, Cascade, Mon tann, or call on Mrs. E. Verley, or Mrs. A. H. Dunbar, 707 Park avenue, Helena, Mont. Dre. Stoddart, Liebig & Co. will have offices in Helena at Merchants Hotel. 1st to 4th of each month. Montana offices 8 East Broadway, Butte. Call or write Broadway, Butte. C all or write. The Celebrated French sure, Warra..ted ,AIJPHRODITINE,, or to cure"APHRODITIN refunded. Is SOLD ON A POSITIVE QUARANTEE to cure any form of nervous disease, or any disorder of the BIFOR generative 'or- AFTER gaus of either sex whether arising from the excessive use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium, or through youthful indiscretion, over indulg ence, &c., such as Loss of Brain Power, Wakeful. ness, Bearing down Pains in the Back, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration Nocturu al Emissionu;. Leucorrheea, Dizziness, Weak Mem. ory, Loss of Power and Impotency, which if ne. glected often lead to prematureold ageand iusano ity. Price $1.00 a box, 6 boxes for $5.00 Sent by mail on receipt of price. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE forevery;5.00 order, to refund tile money if a Permanent cure is not effected. Thousands of testimoniale from old and young, of both sexes, permanently cured by ArunODITINr . Circular free. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. WESTERN BRANCR, POX i7 PORTLAND. OR oMld by H. t. Pareken & Co.. druggist TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO. C., ST. P., M. & 0. R. R. "The North-Western Line," This is the oily line making connection with the U tEAT NOSITHERN RAILWgIY at St. Paul every day in the year for Chiango and the East. VIA OREAT NORTHEnN. Loave Hutto ............... 7:8:) a n leaveo lelonu.. ..................... 11:10 a m Leave real Falls 011.............. 2:5 p pm Arrive linct ........... 10:50 a Im Arrive trand Vorks................. 51 6:i0 m Aerivo it. t'aul... ...... ........ :5 a in VIA NORTHERN PACIFIa. Leave Illttto............... 12:5 pm 9:25 p in Leave ]lelena ... .. 1:10 p m 10::3 p m Learve Ilomn.an......... :1 pml 2:24 nlU Arrive bt. au ......... 12:15 pm 6:20 p no VIA NORTHWESTERN LINE. Leaveo St. Paul..... 7:55 a in 5:15 p mn 8:03 p ii Arrive Milwaukee.. 7:255 I m 7:25 a r 7:15 a n Arrive Chicago..... 11:35 p in 8:00) a m 0:30 a mt "The Northl-Western Line" is the shortest line in bills dlisotane and time to ('hicago. For nsap folder of line address T. W. TEASDAIE, General Passenger Agent. St. Paul. C. B. LEBKICHER, Second Floor, Herall Bnildinl, BLANK To OOKS Order BOOKS NEATLY RULED AND PRINTED. -- PATENTS. • United States and Foreign Pat. ents obtained and any information given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attorney at Law. Pittsburgh Block. felena, Mtora irst National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. PAID .U CAPITAL. s O,00o SURPLUS AND PRO' ITS, 700,000 Designated Depository of the United States, ltteerst Allowed on 1i a Depospre, oeneral nkld8 !.tg lsmlte rasnieset. iSfty Deposlt Bxe for Bent Directores $T.. IAtSER, - Presiden Z. W. KNIGHT, . . - Cashier. T. i.. KL5INS.UHMIDT - Asnt, Cashier,. fIEO. H. HILL, - A Ant. Cashier, Granville Sinart, .- - totktrowe Ho. T. C. Power, . U. M, enton, . C. Curtisoo, - Clarke, Conrad(& O ,rtin p R. Allen. Mind aend gtoeigrowen Cas. IK. Wells, -ee bMhan-. A, M. Holter, . A. M. Holter Hardware Ce Associlated Banks, Northwestern National Bank. - Great Falls. First National Bank, - - Mlesoul First National Bank, - - ute. NO. 4400. elena National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transaots a General Banking Bust. ness. JOHN T. MURPHY, - - President. SHIRLEY C. ASHBY, - Vice-President. FRANK BAIRD. - Cashier. Interest allowed on time deposits. Excl.nge usued on foreign copuntries. Transfer of money by tele raph. First-class sita eoutadete seecritlis bought andtlol, eolldotions promritly attended to. Beard of Directoer. John ?.. Marshy. 8hirlesy C. Ashby, P. W. McAdww. _rank Baird, Chas. K. Wells .. P, w mooman, E. G. Maclay. W. H. Cullen, Jno. S. Mendenhall. Abner H. Clements, H. S. Ford. A. A. McDonald. J. P. Porter. erchants National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, - $350,000: Surplus and Profits, - $90,000. L. H. HERSHFIELD. - President A. J DAVIDhON - Vice-President. AARON HERSHFIIELD. - Cashier. Board of Directors, Thomas (rums, L. Sands, 8. S. Hnntley, A. H. Prescott. A.J. Davidson. Moses Morris. L. H. Hershfield, Aaron Herehfleld. J. Swituer. Firet-class City, County and State Securities bought and sold. Exchange issued on the principet oities of the United Stares end Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly attended to. Boxes for rent at reasonable prices in one of the best constructed Sire and burglar proof safe sleposit vaults in the country. The American National BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000 T. C. POWER, - - Pmesident. A. J. SELIGMAN, - - Vice-President A. C. JOHNSON. - - Cashier. OEO. F. COPE. - Assilstant Cashien Directors, T. C. Power. A. J. Beligman, A. C. Johnson. Richard Loekey. James Sullivan. Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange issued on principal cities of the United States. Canada and Europe. Transfers of money made by tel graph. Collections promptly attended to. City. county and state securities bought and sold. Second National Bank S OF HELENA. MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, - $75,000, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000, A General Banking Biisiness Transacted. F. D. EDGERTON, President. C. K. COLE, . Viee-Presidont. GEORGE S. CHILD. - - Cashier, JOSEPH N. KENCI . - - At. Cashier. Board of Directors, J. B. Sanford. . Evns H.W. Child. . J.Jones, .N. Spratt. Chris. KenoL ED. Rd9ion, C. K. Cole, George B. Child. The Thomas Cruse SavingE BANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws o0 Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. THOMAS CRUSE.- - President IRANK IH. CRUdE, Viee-Prc~ideun, WM. J. COOKE, -Aset. Tiens. an4 eec. WV. J. )kWENIY. Treasurer. Trustees, Thomas Crase, Frank H. Cmse. Win. J. Coe~o.hu Win. J. tweeney, John Fagan. Allows 4 pr aent. interest on Savings Deposits. compoundred Janu ar" ad July.o Trmanealt a'elnoera0 bnhkin.', besl.|es. l)raws ie~bianee on~tlos principal cities oafthe United States end liurops. Dealsit: ouonty nnd city bonds,, nd makes loans on reel estate mortrges.e fCifice hours from 10 a ms to 4 p. m. Also on allur day apnd Monday evenings frbm 7 to S OF HELENA, RON'r. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, - $500,000. Surplus and Profits, . $200,000. Dlrectorst L. S. l'HELP. Viee-President I. L. MuCUIHC A. (S. Clarke. Herman (lans, I. F. (ialn, l'eter larson. C. W. Cannon t. Wales SPOKANE FALLS & NOTffERN R'Y. SEASON OF 1892. _100t1nai l ka l Scal, "1Hl NEW iLDOHAIDO. THROUGH FROM SPOKANE TO NELSON tN TWELVIS Otitlts. DOroot route to th ' Colvilla Valley. K trli River, flhondary t'r. ek, lalser Moethnlsin. Ldairelew, &lnortarih, Kasio and all Iosiuta in llritlsh Os. ilnubia. J'rslins seays Rpokeee everr wsol, day at Coreo a. in., after arrival of N. . trains 1 snd Ii. C, K, WELLS, WALTER E. WELLBS A. M. Wfl,.di, J, S. FEATHERLY, H. S. THURBER. _ _E_ L, L_,. BLANK BOOK NMANUFACTURERS . General Book Binders, OFPFICE STATIONER Y, Pix 7 LL P7 P ,RS No. 13 Nolth Main Street No. 11 Jackson Street, PRINTING DEPARTMENT. 1 Our Stationery Department. The Most Fully Equipped in the Northwest Is always complete. Fine Writing Papers Comprising every modern facility for the and Envelopes, Office Stationery, Typewriter expeditious handling of work and its execution Supplies, etc. in the highest style of the art. All kinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING,all Paper Department. Artistic and Commercial Work. We have just received a carload of all the TRY US. latest styles and designs in Wall Paper and Room Mouldings. Binding and Blank Book Dept. Art Department. This branch of our business is replete with If you want a Fine Etching, Engraving, Water the finest stock, and best and latest machinery Color or Pastel, or a picture frame, call on us. that could be obtained for its purposes. It com- The largest stock of picture mouldings in the prises the LARGEST AND MOST COM- city. Frames made to order. PLETE PLANT between St. Paul and Port land, and is capable of meeting all demands Book Department. made upon its resources. Blank books of every description, portfolio, magazine, pamphlet Books in fine bindings in sets. All the lates work, etc. and popular novels received daily. WESTERN HEADQUARTERS * ** * * * FOR THE CELEBRATED HANNISVILLE PURE RYE WY MOUNT VERNON P BACH, CORY & CO., W.HOLESALE. FANGY GROGER. RRETAIL.S LIQUOR MERCIIANTS. HIelena, - Montana. STOCKIIOLDERS' MEETING-TN ACCORD. snce with a reolution adopt'd at a meetior of the board of trustees of the Montana & Idaho Mining &iteduction company, held this day, a peMial meeting of the stockholders of e ld corno 1ray is hereby called, the same to be held at, 'lh nelena hotel, in the city of Ilolena. Mllntana, on I Tuesday the 17th day of May. Mt8 at 10 o'clock 'ho object of such meeting is to devise ways ant means to raise funds to pay off the debts and liabilititc of said comlpany, including advano.e made and to be made by aurious parties nod stockholders for the beneiat of said company by any ,of the methods hsrcinafttr mentioned, or by any two or sore of theuu, lo-wit: To anthorloz the boatd o, 'tssteeos to sell fon. thonsand shares of the' c0p ta1 r stock of the our. poratlion nuw held by Jnomo Ktasson as trustor, and ootonloly known* is trsnsur' sktock. Also to authourize the tlotrd of trusters to eoll alltlhdintsre.t which thie company l s in that eet' ait patent for an lunvettion which was oaw signed to the c otlpany by W, L. Austin, to n It 11th day of August, A. I. thU0, anld especially the interest In said patent right whiuch the cot p oratbion has obtalind t and folr tthe toerritory o Alto to autbuhorise tie toard of trustoes to Ih'ptotlecate asd mortgagu the whole or nv tart of the property and asuets of the cornoratlou to raise funds for ithe purpose ahot v ltsentosoi. ''I'lh property so proposed to be sold or mtort gaged consists of the patesht righlt aforenaid, sometimeaucalled the Austin patent, in which the company own an exclusive right for Montana e and Idaho, Ilo all the lessoer, ruts, rightl, i rn. chi.ee and royalties grstwi.g out of tihe same in which the eomuptuy is interested: also certalin tools, coal, ore and other personaI property re cetnJy in Ilie at Toslton. I Montana, a tlorse pr. tioulr idesetription of wlitto can be obttined by applying to t. 13. Lorentz, superintondunt at 'osetun, Meontna. ihs objss't of snoh lticeting i alse to elect a ,bard of trustees and to transact stoh other busness mas ay be lawfully t rauarl.md .he book% for trnafeir oL stock will be cloe.d tot twenty dafe prior to May 17. 193, A. (hi Pkl''IETHLPIWAI'+E, JAMI4M KASON, N. t'. T.iItALL, ltcl'O.i . NoL'wTvFlTON, it., +NORT'IHIP, & a Nqwur.oo, 'Trucstees. Dtd teh.eta . of March. 113l. Glarke, Gonrad & Gurtin. HARDW7l Re. Ranges and Stoves. We are now ready for the Spring, with the very best stook Of House Furnishing Goods ever offered to the pubho. We are head quarters for Lawn Mowers, Lawn Sprinklers, Hose Reels, Brams Nozzles, Rubber Garden Hose, etc. A Carload of* Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers, com.M .M.LL,, sE~m Vs. Telephone No. 90. 42 and 44 8. Main ,st.