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Ex.Attorney General Willlamson, of Indiana, Declares for Cleve. land and Stevenson. The Reasona Whtoh Induced Him to Renounce the Repub lican Party. A Tariff for Protecting the Rich and Op. presslag the Poor, the WIree Hill, Etc. It was recently stated in the papers th at the Hon. Delano E. Williamson, of Green castle, Ind., had announced himself for Cleveland and Stevenson. Mr. Williamson is of Kentucky stock, having been born in Florence, Boone county, that state. For more than thirty years the law firm of Williamson & Daggy was the most promin ent in central Indiana. Mr. Williamson was elected for two successive terms on the republican ticket as attorney general of his' state, serving with Gov. Oliver P. Morton. He is between sixty-five and seventy years of age, of fine ability and with a large fol lowing in his seotion of Indiana. He is comfortable In finances, without further ambition in politics and honest and brave in his convictions. His accession to the democratic ranks is worthy of particular note. All of which is introductory to the following correspondence ahioh we find in the last issue of the Oreencastle (Ind.) Democrat. Mr. Williemson's is a ringing letter and he makes some notably clear cut and strong points: Brazil, Clay county, Indiana, Juno2t5, 1892-D. E. Williamson, Greencastle, Ind. -My Dear Friend: I see by this morn ing's papers that you have averred your ipurrpoe to vote for Cleveland and Steven son. I congratulate you upon this return to your anciunt love, from which you have been so long alienated. I admire such independence of party sbackles. Your great influence will be felt throughout the bIorders of Indinna, and many others, by your heroic purpose, will be induced to return to the fold of the old party, which I nm proud to say is nearer sound and correct in its plinciples on the financial and tariff questions than it has been for twenty-five years. I extend to you the right hand warm grip of party fellowship. May you live to be a thousand vents old, and when you die may it be in the ancient faith to which you once held and which you have again embraced. Yours fraternally, Glo. A. KNIUoT. GntEENcABTLr.a. Ind., June 27, 1892.-Geo. A. Knight, B]rszil. Ind.-My Dear Friend: I have your note of the 25th inst. I treas ure its contents as the expression of a friend without guile. In 1861 the war, that great' epoch in American history, led me into the folds of the republican party. My notion was the result of honest conviction, a belief that the government could only exist by great expenditure of blood and treasure. I stood by that party and acted with it until every question arising out of the war was settled and senaled by the law of the land. No change was ever made in my mind as to old democratic principles they had grown too strong to be eradicated by subsequent events. Through one of those political mutations that all parties are subject to the democratio party now stands as to government policy (the slavery question eliminated) wihere it stood before the war. A tariff for revenue with inoiden tal protection to our manufacturing inter eats, not a tariff for protection to wealth and inbidental revenue to the government. T'he race question is now on the shoulders of the republican party. The president and the republican, politicians are squarely pledged to the '"force bill," whenever they U obtain the power to pass ouch measure. I, al for one, am not willing to aid them in their t effort for that power. If they succeed in el this canvass that odious law will be fra- is tened upon the people. ti Power to control thefederal government is what the republican leaders want. The negroes of the south can be left to take fa care of themselves in all state electidons, but in the election of a president and con gressman the whole federal power, execu- N tive, judicial and military, if necessary, must be invoked to keep the negro of the ,outh on top of the white population. The negro has been freed, enfranchised, and D has equal political privileges with the white man. I am tired of this political cry: "Lo! the If poor negro." le can solve the race ques tion himself by breaking up the solid negro vote. This at once would put him under M the protection of both parties and at the inome time break up the solid south, and we would have no more of the race question. o Then, again, if the republican party is kept in power, the government at Washing ton will become imperial in all its attributes and the states merely outlying provinces. and self-government a thing of the past. B The present rulers of the republican party gs nil have military pretensions, and regard the o inass of the party as subjects of command. The people have but little to say, other TI than ratify the acts of the officeholders and colored gentlemen of the south. For my part, I refuse to ratify. I had occasion last week to visit Muncie, Ind., and availed myself of the opportunity of visiting the numerous manufacturing establishments in operation and numeroeus others going up; millions of dollars expended in the plants; no want of money, surpluls caOpital of other manufacturing enterprises. As I returned home, I looked out at the farmer toiling in his fielde, his farm of but little increased Be value by forty years' hard work; the manu- B factlurer a millionaire, with the markets of t' the world open to his ontput; the farmer m limited to a home market for his produets and compelled to pay a royalty on all his of purchases; the manufacturer a millionaire, tr with all theluxuries of wealth; the farmer ha n elave to labor, with a bare competency. The former a petted child of the govern ment, the latter the Atlas upon which all err rests. iss Are you surprised that I am on the side 55 of the under man, and aid in the fight - against plutocracy and impirialism? Staud upon the watch tower, unfurl the banner of democracy, cry aloud and spare not. I am truly your friend, D. E. WILInAMsoN. i Good Looks. Good looks are more than skin deep, dote vending upon a healthy condition of all the s vital organs. If the liver be inactive., you have a bilious look; if your stomach be dras ordered you have a dyspeptio look. rnd if yeaor kidneys be affected you havea pinched look. Secure good health and you will t have good looks. Electrio bitters is the great alterstive and tonic; acts directly on these vital oraene. Cures pimples. blotehes. boils and gives a good complexion. Hold ait Iit. 8. Hale & Co.'s drug store; 500. per bottle. Eacursion Rates to Callcarnlm. On the 15th of each month the Northern R'acifc railroad will sell round tripl tickets to California points as follows: Helena to San Francisco tlrd rotant, go- ga ing via Portland and returning same way. ,s To ban Franoisco, going via Portland and returning via Oguen and Silver Bow, i --p. osi To Los Angeles, going and returning via 'ortland, entering San Franolsco in one al direction either going or returning. $6s. orr 'l'o Los Anugeles, goi via Portland and gie San Francisco anrd returning via Hacra- iy anento and Ogden. $t99.ft. Tlokets will be limited for sixty days for going passac~, with return at any time within the fianal limit of six inonthe. orr A. I). EnnAir, (Uen. Ant., ieleinR, Mont. cr4 Cua. S. Fra, O. 1. & IT. A., St. Paul, Minn. frr Are You ltcflerlumi From back ache, inflammation of the blad der, brick dust deposit or stone in theblad dcr, or in feet any derangement of the 0 kidneys or urinary organls? If thus alfflicted do not lose time and waste maoneyon worth- * lee liniments and worse IClater, but strike !q l A Stunner in Prices * Y;. -ad TH BBB HI Ll . We shall soon begin to enlarge and remodel our present quarters, and as we have an immense stock on hand which we do not want to remove to other looations, we shall make sweeping reductions in every line, so that goods will be in'reach of every purse. Everything reduced. See our prices. This sale will continue until stock is disposed of. No reserve. Goods must go. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. LADIES' UNDERWEAR. BABY CARRIAGES. Men's summer weight gray Underwear, to close, 35c. Jersey ribbed sleeveless Vests, roc. Our $6.50 leaders, worth $9, closing price $5. Men's fancy balbriggan Underwear, to close, 40oc. Children's ribbed sleeveless Vests, zoc. Our M9 leader, worth $I:, closing price $7.25. Men's chocolate " " 55c. Ladies' fine guaze Jersey Vests, 25c. Our $;I leader, worth $r5, closing price $9. Men's black " " " " 65c. Ladies' cotton IAnts and Vests, long sleeves, 35c. Our $12 leader, worth H16.5o, closing .ce $9.75. Men's Australian wool, spring weight Underwear, to close Ladies' fast blac:kJersey Vests, 25c. Our $13 leader, worth $18, closing price $rI. 9oc. Ladies' Jersey Vests, short sleeves, 25c. On all fine carriages we offer a special reduction of zo per Men's heavy G6-threadbalbriggan Underwear, to close, $1.25. Ladies' English Balbriggan Vests, ý4-sleeves, 5oc. cent. Men's unlaundried White Shirts, to close, 4oc. Ladies' English Balbriggan Vests, long sleeves, 50c. Boy's " " " " " 35c Ladies' I6-thread Pants and Vests, in Ecru only, 6oc. Men's Negligee Shirts, 4oc, 5oc, and upwards. Muslin Night Gowns, 50c, 75c, 85c :nd $I. CROCKERY AND CHINAWARE Muslin Chemises, 5oc, 6oc, 8oc and $i. Ou Men's ast black, Negligee Shirts, . Muslin Drawer, 35, 5c, 6oc and Our a6-piece decorated English Tea Set, usually sold for Men's night Shirts 6oc, 75c, and $x. Muslin Drawers, 35c, 5oc, 6oc and 75c. 6 g Our 75c line of Gents' Neckwear, 4oc. Muslin Skirts 50c, c 75c and oc. 5 P $3.75. Our 4oc line of Gents' Neckwear, 5c. nfants' short Dresses, oc and upwards. Our xi z-piece Dinner Set, a regular $2o hummer, flnely Ourc. Infants' embroidered Hoods, 25c to $.25. decorated, to close at $12.50. Infants' eOur gold band Tea Set, 56-pieces, fine French china, sold H OSIERY , at $x5, to close, at $8.75. LAMPS AND GLASSWARE. Our gold band Dinner Set, Carlsbad chiaa,zo: pieces, regular price $45, to close, at $25. Ladies' fast black Hose, to close, zoc. On all Lamps, Lampware and Glassware we will allow Our decorated Chamber Set, including slop jar, regular Ladies' fast black Hose, seamless, 15c. a discount on all purchases this week of zo per cent. price $7, to close at $5.25, without jar $3. Ladies' regular 40oc black Hose, to.close, 25c. Decorated china spittoons to close 75c. Ladies' very fine 75c Hose, to close, 5oc. Ladies' opera length hose, worth $ 5, to close, 75c. NOVELTIES AND FANCY GOODS. TABLE LINENS AND TOWELS. Children's ribbed Hose, fast black, to close, z5c. Children's plain black hose, to close, 5c. . We have an immense line of novelties and fancy goods, We have a full line of these goods, comprising fine Irish Children's extra heavy ribbed Hose, to close, 2., such as Plush Cases, Albums, Head Rests, Photograph and German Linen Table Cloths, Napkins, and Doylies, Children's assorted Hose, odds and ends, in blacks, browns and navy blue, worth 35c, to close, Izlc. Frames, in plush and metal, Smoking Sets, Bric-a-brac, knotted fringe Damask Towels, Turkish Towels of all sizes, Men's fast black half Hose, worth 35c, to close, loc. Jewelry, Toys, Dolls, Vases, Fancy Chinaware, Mirrors, Bureau Scarfs--Linen, fancy borders, Stamped Linens of all Men's colored Balbriggan, to close, 2 /c. Artificial Flowers, Leather Goods, etc., on which we offer a kinds, Table Covers in Silk, Plush aid Chenille. On these Men's seamless grey half Hose, to close, 75c per dozen. discount of 25 per cent. goods a special discount this week of zo per cent. Remember that all goods are marked in plain figures, and the discounts offered are strictly as advertised. Call and see our bargains, SOL. GENZBERGER & CO., HELENA, MONT. 5 NORTH MAIN STREET. at the seat of the disease at once by using r the greatest all of known remedies, the cel ebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to take, purely vegetable. btatisfaction every time. STwenty-five per cent discount on novelties and a fancy goods at the Bee hlive's closing out salo. Opportunity. Master of human destiny am I, Fame, love and fortune on my footsteps wait, Cities and fields I walk. I penetrate Deserts and seas remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and palace, soon or late I knock unbidden once at every gate. If sleeping, wake; if feasting rise before I turn away. It is the hour of state And they who followme reach every state r Mortals desire, and conquer every foe Save death; but those who doubt or heel tate Condemned to failure, penury and woe Beek me in vain and uselessly implores I answer net, and I return no more. S Jo. J. INcALa, But fail ye not in this respect, Seize every opportunity to travel 3 Over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. SThis is the advice of GOo. H. Halrronn. General Pissenger Agent. Chicago, IlL JAPANESE C U RE A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of SSuppositories, UOntment in t apsties. also in Box and Pills; a Positive Cure for External, In ternl, Blind tr Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Re cent or Hereditary Files, and many other die eases and female weaknuosses; it is always a great benefit to the general health. The first discovery Sofa medical oure rendering an operation with the knife unnesessary hereafter. IThis Remedy has never been knona to faiL $1 per box, II for $5; sent by mail. Why suffer from this terrible disease when a written guarantee is positively given with t b txe , to refund the money if not cared. endstamt for frey sanple. tuarantee issued by d. M. l'archen & Co., druggist, sole agents. Helena. Mont. CB500 Reward! We will pay the above reward for any case of kAver ('omptlaint, IDyspesaia. Sick headache, In goretion, ('onstilpatin or Costiveness we can no, pture with West's Vngotable Live- Pills, when the diroetions ere strictly complied with. 'T'ey are purlr vegetable. and never fail to give eatis faction, Sugar ('tated. large boxes, 25 cents Beware of countrfitclt anu imitation. Tie genuinu soaid by II. M. 1'archon & Cu. Uelenao, Tke Celebrated French Cure, Wo.rrcnted "APHRODITINE" ' of modne Is Sotln ON A divoase, or any disorder of the G D R gene.rative or- AFTER gants of either isx whtether rising ftrolu the excessive useof Slinnlatts, 'Iotubreco or Oplulo, or through youtthfttl iltdiberetion, over illdutlg ence, At., such as L.os of Brait Power, Wakeful. sees, Ucaring down IPatas in 'the Itaek, BSnuinal Wealness, Ilysteria, Nervouls l'rotliatOll Noetulr:a. at Etaissiot. , l Iuorro,'ha, )isrluesno, Weak Pletm. ory, Losstof Poter aiti Il.tOtentt'. which If tie. glectedl often Iead to Iprel!Iaittretold alIcatand illsalu. Ity. Price cc1.0 at bto, h I boxboes for $5.00 Beut by mail on receilt of price. A VIt ITTEsN (tIIAItANTEE loreverytS5.0 order, to roefund the ilotney if a l''rtmaanent cure is not utecietel . Thotltusads of tetlimonitals froim al and slyontlg, tf iotll sexe's, I'rmatnltently cured Iby Ar'ltitiariTNs. Circular free. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. w.eSfrat agaNoun, BOX 27 PORTLAND, OR, Sold by H M. Parohen & Co., druggists -110 CAIN D.8-"1 2 ONE POUND Ii2-8 A Day. A CAIN OF A 'OUND A DAY IN THE CASE OF A MAN WHO HAS BECOME "ALL RUN DOWN," AND HAS BEGUN TO TAKE TIIAT REMARKABLE FLESIH PRODUCEI:, SCOTT'S F MULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL WITH Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda IS NOTHING UNUSUAL. TIIIS FEAT HIAS BEEN IERFORMED OVER AND OVER AGAIN. PALATABLE AS MILK. EN. DORSED BY PIIYSICIANS. SOI.D BY ALL DRUGGISTS. AVOID SUBSTITUTIONS AND IMITATIONS. THE CHICAGO, - S- MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY s the Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul and Minneapolis via La Jrosse and Milwaukee to Chicago md all points in the Eastern states End Canada.' It is the only line inder one management between At. Paul and Chicago, and it is the inest equipped railway in the Vorthwest. It is the only line run zing Pullman drawing-room sleep .ng cars with the luxurious smok ng-rooms, and the finest dining. oars in the world, via the famous River Bank Route," along the chores of Lake Pepin and the beau. iful Mississippi riverto Milwaukee tnd Chicago. Its trains connect rith those of the northern linen in .he Grand Union depot at St. Paul. to change of cars of any class be wean St. Paul and Chicago. For hrough tickets, time tables, and ull information, apply to any oupon tiolnet agent in the North. rest. - - - - -- - ----- I TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO. C., ST. P., M. & 0. R. R. 'The North-Western Line," This is the only line meaking connection with he U1IEAT NORTIIHERN RAILWAY at St. Paul very day in the year for Chlogio and the East. VIA (CIIRAr NEOTIIEUN. eave 1I11tto... ..... ........ .. 7:0 a m avo lona ,.... ....................... 1:1 a n eevu te (Cre:t lllý . .................... 2:. rrivo Mhlint........ ................... 10:0 1 erriVelerseec Forkr. ............11:50 p a Irriver .t. l 'ar.......................... a:s VIA NORTEIIR PAt'IItS. aeve Ilutt.... .......... 121'5 pm 'i25 p l n ,ave IlIreIla .. . ... I:10lO ee 10:95 p m .eavo H :,onla ........... i.. t:1 eptn 2:25 pl Irriv St. I'al ............ 2:15 p Ine .:2) pein VIA sORrWLzweIrxaN LArs. ave 8St. Paul .... 7:5. aem 1t:1 p m EOJ pm ,trive Milwaukere., 7:51 11 i 7.:2.} a lit 7:25 a in irrive ('tilE o..... : p 1a 8riB a in It:.10 ri '"rhe Nortli-Weatern e inue" is tLe shurtrlt line aboth tisalle and Ltimen to l'h;.cao. M'er mena ftur of lineddrlsu T. W. TEASDA . L teneral Passagar Agent, t. Paul. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. [.UTCHZtR QARLIAND. (T. . Crataher. a C. Claien Actlrasys at Law. Reaoe 7 and 8& iley Block. Sin.t. corperatin ad reelestate law spe.al. lee. Wllpractice in all t.e atte eoolrte. inthe United tates oaurame conrt and beifoe all the leeartmeets in' Wahttnttn city, in cotaection with Lion. A. 1. (iGarland, late attl.ney esraL. YEVAiS A. CARLETON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masontc Tem!ple. MIo.rn. tiontani. A8UHURN K. BABRIIU, Attorney and Coucnellor at Law. Masonic Temple, elenas Mont. MASSENA BULLARD, Attorney and Counellor at law. Will practice in all courts of record in the state. OUica in Gould Block, Helena, Mont. IZESB KEERL. Civil and Mining Enganeers. U. S. Deputy Mineral Sarveyore. Mineral pat. entre sourod. Rooms 12-1.. Atlas Buildng. IHelena. Montana. D.. M. BOCEMAN. PhJyeoia. Sagen,e Accouoher., Oculist, Aulist. Member of Sae Faoieco Miedical Society, also Nevada State Medical Scelety. OSCe, oa Main street, over Steinmeta Jeweiry Store. D D. a CARMICHARL DiLeeeae of Women and Cblldtea lAeolal Attentioo. Helana. Montan. DR W. M. BULLARD. Oftlcea FIrt National Bank Building. Telephone No. 188. KD V. E. COLA. Oice: First Rational Bask Blilding. Telephone No. 18 EW SIOUX CITY ROUTE EA ST. Passengers for the East trom Helena and other western points will find the NEW ROUTE: via SIOUX CITY and the ILLINOIS CENTRAL . R. . not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive. passing through Sioux City, the only Corn Palace City of the world; Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa; Rockford, Illinois, a new manulao turing city, that has become a "world within itstlf," and Chicago. whose growth and enterprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant tree bChat Cars, and Pull man Palace Sleeping Cant on every trdin between Stoux City and Chi. cago, and with a close connection with the Ulco.. Paolifi trains at Sioux City, the .Illinois Central R. R. respectfully presents its claims for the new and every way desirable SIOUX CITY ROUTfE For folde-rs and further particu Iars call upon local ticket agent, or address the tndorsigned at Manohester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, a~ t OGearal Passenger ,geao. IMcCorrnick I Thomas Sulky I-Jlay IRakes. MITCHELL Farm and Sprin. Waolls. STUEBAKERa 4,.:A FINE LINE OF .- BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BUCKBOARDS, CARTS Genuine Glidden Wire. Full Line of lcCormiick Nachino Extras. At the Old Stand, Corner Main Street arid Sixth Avenue. + S. C. G SH BY.>