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Daily [including Sandayl per year..........$10 00 Daily lincluding Sundayl six months..... 5 00 Daily [including Sunday] three mouths.... 2 50 Daily [excluding Sundlay per year......... 00 Daily jexcluding Sunday I per month...... 75 Sunday only lin advance I per year......... 250 Weekly [in advance only l per year......... 2 00 Daily by carrier, per week, Ieven issuesl., $3 HELENA, MONT., OCT. 31, 1892. tLPMontaniane abroad will always finl Tua DAILY INDIPiNDENT on file at their favorite hotels: Fifth Avenue and Metropolitan. New York; West, Minneapolis: Baldwin and Palace, fim Francisco: McDermott, Butte; Leland Hotel, Springfield, Ill. THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES. NATIONAL TICKET. For President, GItOVER CLEVELAND, New York. For Vice-President. ADLAI E. STEVENSON, Illinois. For Presidential Electors, A. W. lYMAN, Lewis and Clarke County. PAUL A. YUSZ, Door Lodge County. WALTER ('OOPER, Gallatin County. For Representative in Congress. W. W. DIXO.), Silver Bow County. STATE TICKET. For Governot. T. E. COLLINS. Cascade County. For Lieutenant Governor, H. Ii. MELTON, Beaverhead County For Secretary of tate, It. W. S. FOLK, Missoula County. For Treasurer. JESSE HASTON. Custer County. For Auditor, W. C. WHALEY. Jefferson County. For Euperintendent of Public Instruction, J. C:. MAHONY, Madison County. For Chief Justice, W. Y. 1'EMBERTON, Silver Bow County. For Attorney General E. C. DAY, Park County For Clerk of the Supreme Court, 8 J. L. SLOANE. 7lissoula County. COUNTY TICKET. For District Court Judges. HoBACE R. BUCK. T. c E. ('RUTC(IIER. For Clerk of the District Court, DENVER P. DAYTON. For Sheriff. C. 1). CURTIS. For Clerk and Ilecorder. PETER M. COLLINS. For 'Ireasurer, C. B. GAlunerT. For County Attorney, C. It. NoLCN. For Pseeseor. W. J. BICKETT. For Auditor, S. 'OZY.ANKI. For Superintendent of Schools, Miss C. L TI'tNLEY. For Surveyor. JoHN W. WADE. Ior Coroner, T. H. PLE.AsANTs. For Public Administrator, F. M. STa.Un. For County Commissioners, E. BEAc., WILLIAx M MUTe, S. LANatOItNe. For State Senator. Do. W. L. SBTELEt, For liaRlresentativeý. RIOBERT . SMITH, T'HOMASB C. itA(tt, It. HI. t'OMLY,. C. K. ERowN, A. J. DAVIDSON. J. II. MURPHY, C. E lDUDLEY, H F. LIDnoi.P. For Constables. JoHN A. Quine. FRED GRAHAM. For Justices of the Peace, TERnEsca O'DoN NELL, J. P. PORTER. THE WEATHER. Reported for THE IN; EPENDENT daily by F. J. c Olass. United States observer. a 6:09 . m. 6:00 p. M. Farometer .............. 0.086 2 9 Temperature.............. 27.0 47.0 2ino .................. sw- 6 ew- 5 Temperature at noon, 43.0. Mlaximum temperanuro, 54 0. Minimum temperature, 27.5. J ocal forecast for Iolona: Fair. warmer. Helena, Uct. 30, 1802. TIHE ROBBEItRY OF LABOR I am here to tell you briefly why I propose at this election to vote with the t democratic party. All over this world, I go where you may, you will find poverty and want. You will find men ready and anxious to work having to beg for the privilegeof working. What is the cause? It is not that capital opposes labor, but it is because monopoly opposes labor. r Labor is robbed! Go into any of the t great cities of this or tiny other country a and you will be accosted by beggars. Go into any of the great cities of this or t any other country and you will hear of men counting their money by the mil- 1 lions. I am for Grover Cleveland be-i cause to mind he has opened the next great battle of the ages. 1 am for the democratic party because it, led by its better elements, such men as Grover Cleveland and Roger Q. Mills, has taken the first great step forward. It has denou need the high protective tariff i as a robbery, and I denounce the high protective tariff as a robbery. I am go ing to vote for Grover Cleveland because I he and the party he represents stand for the opposition to the great robbery of I protection. It requires no statistics and hunting up of almiiianacs to fix the mind of man on the tairiff question. I was a protectionist until I heard a protection ist speak, with hisi statistic. How can I protection promote the prosperity of a country? Take any one of your real estate boonmers and ask him if he ever tried to sell a nian a piece of land by tolling lIn that it was very hard to get I at it. When you can nmake mne believe that the best site for a city is on the top of an inaccessible mountain, it will be time for you to talk to me about the I benefits of protection. Monopolies and trusts need protection. All that labor wants is freedom. As Grover Cleveland has said, I be lieve, this tariff question is not a ques tion of markets. It is a question of morale. Look to-day! (Go to atiny pro tactionistyou meet. Go through any of your republican papers and what is the sentiment? A mere gloating over the poverty and misery of the peoples of other nations. People whom Maj. Mc. Kinley says are paying for the support of our government. All I can say to you is that I believe that this battle of the ballots which will take place on the bth of November is the beginning of one Sof the greatest struggles of the ages My first vote was cast for Abrahar Lincoln and against that form of slaver; which we now call protection. The; would have had you believe then the slavery was for the good of the slavei and they would have you believe to-da that protection is for the good of th laborer. It's just the same thing, an' just such a battle as was fought thei must be fought now until industria slavery is at an end. - Henry George. Four years of Harrison and eighty-three cent siver. Do you want four years more of thelm? I)EMOCIRATS, IT IN YtOUlIts The largest registration of voters eve made in Montana has been completed larger by many thousands than in an: previous year. A careful canvass of this vote, made from returns from every precinct, shows that a plurality of the voters, as th, situation stands to-day, are in favor o the democratic national and state tick ete. This is not guess-work; it is adefl nitely ascertained status. Democrats, that plurality can be over turned in but two ways--by the corrupi use of money, and by treachery. Botlh are to be feared but you can defeal them by vigilance and hard work. Carter's boodle distributors are now visiting every voting precinct and leav ing money in the hands of republican workers. These workers are instructed to spend this money on election day tc secure the electoral vote of Montana for Harrison and to elect a republican legis lature. Carter is doing this work him self, through the medium of his brother who is now traversing the state. The slimy trail of the boodler can be traced in every county. Our information is positive that two checks of $25,000 each have been sent to this state by the re publican national committee, one to elect republican candidates to the legis lature, the other to buy votes for IHarri son. A part of this fund is to go to certain venal members of the people's party on the west side who will get county offices, besides, in return for votes for Harrison and the republican legislative candidates. This is the whole republican scheme -the last desperate device of a beaten party. Democrats, will you defeat this plot? You can do so, if you will. Put your men on guard. Watch the bribe givers and the bribe-takers, the traders and the traitors. Keep your men at the polls on election day and drive away the boodlers. The republican managers have aban doned all hope of New York and Indiana and are now bending all their energies to carry the Northwest. Montana is ours. We can hold it, if you will do your duty. High taxes, hard times and Harrison go together. Four years of Harrison and eighty-three cent silver. Do you want four years more of them ? A CITY WITH NO CERTAINTY. Is there a single sound argument to be presented for Anaconda in this cap ital race? Do the claims of that city ap peal for a moment to the honest judg ment of a true Montanian? Let us see. Anaconda is a small town located at the end of a railroad spur and is remote from the trunk line railroads. It is a city with but one industry. When the Anaconda mines in Butte are closed there is no occupation for the smelter city's population. It is wholly dependent for its pros. perity on the uncertaintiesof the copper market and the output of copper ore in the mines at Butte. When one breaks and the other gives out, Anaconda is gone. It is absolutely under the control of the Anaconda company. No business can be carried on there without the en dlorsoment of this all powerful corpora tion. It has but one hotel, an expensive one, and this is also owned and controlled by the Anaconda company. It has never invited the establish ment of manufactures nor have there )been serious efforts to build up the place. The Anaconda company never intended to lose its grip on the town until everything was closed out. It standls ready to be sold out from end to endl to the highest bidder for the Anaconda mines anld arnelters. What possible use wili a foreign syndicte have for the city of Anaconda except as a lo cation for thie smelting plants? It is a city of shut-downs and uncer tainties which will continue during its dloubtful existence. What sort of a town is it for the per- manent location ',f tihe stato's capital? Four years of Harrisoun nd nlghty-threes cent sivetr. Do you want four yeers more of them? High taxes, hard titues and Harrlson go ogether. THE WVtONG MATEItIAL. It is quite useless for John Ezra IRickards to explain that he (lid not op pose convict labor or Pinkertinisrn in principle. It is sullicient to, know that he opposedl both, and this lhe does not deny. So far as John Ezra's principloe are concerned, it imay Ibe, said that his recordsle as a presiding oflicer and in the constitutionial convention show that he never had any. Mr. Iickarilds is not the man to be trusted with the governorship of this state. As lieutenant governor he ex hibitel :haracteristics which brought upon his head the heartfelt contempt of every righLt minded citizen. He was not only a weak and vacillating tool in the hanilds of conspirators, but was con scious of his own part in outraging the honor and dignity of the state. In the constitutional convention lhe exercised all his talents for the dlefeat of two measures designed to forever se cure the rights of honest labor nla Mon. tuna. While other men were workln towards this end, Rickards alone led thi small following agalnst the Montana workimgmen. His exouses for this aetior don't go in Montana this year. Hit work alone tells the story, and on thai record he must stand. Rickards must be beaten! nigh tares, hard times and Harriseon . 1 together, Tats bragging about millions when Har. ona means thousands may be all right in Now York. when the temporrry apitai's hypothecated penols want to foat loans on their real estate, but it won't work out this way,-Anaeonda Standard. Well, it ought to go over your way, We have heard of people who were r mighty glad to get Helena endorsement in New York to save them from going broke, but they seem to have forgotten it now. IN A ONE MAN TOWN. Rehind the hills the sun comes up with hesitat ing gaze 1 To carry warmth and break the chill of early morning's haze, 'o other towns his course was swift, bhat here the sun moves slow, And wipes his dusty glasses where the Warm rSprings waters flow; For 'tis a habit of the sun's, long, long ago he learned To wait for orders from the "works" before his glance was turned Upon the pocket borough where the car's be jeweled crown Is the only law for man and beast In a one man town, The sun moves on, retainers wake and gather on the green. And the butcher quoth. "Good morrow, friend. his valot have you soon? It is important I should know my lord's intents to-day; For if. perchance. his stomach aches which one of you can say That when the curfew bell shall toll by his all. swaying will Ye will not follow yonder sun behind yon green clad hill; Four armies would I rather face, with Corbett, than his frown; Ye know not, men, the happenings In one man town." Up spake the printer, Simon Dash. "I, too, would know the same, No paper for to-morrow and the faro man's good game Will yield to me lost money back and with it ten times more; Then I'll be czar and He will go where czars have gone before" "Trip not so fast, my good friend Dash," next spake a drayman bold. "The same by many other men has oft tome been told. And all into the canyon have wended their way down; There cannot be two ozars, good friend, In one man town." "The drayman's right, quite right is he" came in a mighty cry; "All hail our ruler!" next was heard as He came passing by. Then (iessler's hat upon a polewasplaced before the throng, While each man bowed, for William Tells to them did not belong; "Three cheers, agin, me byes, and who cares for the morrow; Fe glad yez live, good cheer to all, let no man worry borrow"' Cries out old Tim McCarthy, one of them from way far down, "Yez never know what comes to yez" In one man town. -THE SHADnowoaRPHER. Helena, Oct. 30. TAX-DODGING ANACONDA. What Eastern Montana Thinks of the Smelter City. Stockgrowers' Journal: The article in this paper last week directing attention of the farmers and stockmen to the unjust discrimination which is being made against them and in favor of the mining section in the matter of taxation seems to have been news to most of them. Very few seemed to know that such a state of affairs existed. and they are naturally a little hostile that such favor should be shown to one single industry which is at the same time the moat prosperous industry in the state. Silver Bow's'mines, according to the rating put upon them by the press of Butte City, are worth more than $100,000,000, and their product amounts to $40,000,000 per year. According to all rules of justice, this great showing of valuation should pay its pro portionate share of the taxes of the state. For the sake of illustration, let us take the Anaconda group of mines. They are rated according to all reports, at $20,000,000 and their prodoot at $10,000,000 per yeai, equal to almost one.half the total assessment of the state. Yet this immense valuation is exempt from taxation and bears no share of the burden of expenses of the state covernment. The average tax levy of the state is about 16 mills on the dollar. So that the Anaconda company, if it were re quired to pay its proportionate shale of taxes would have to hand over to the treas urer every year about $I480.000 as its share of the taxes. It amounts in short, to the people of this stats paying the taxes of the Anaconda company and permitting it to divide that immense amount of money among its owners in the shape of dividends, the money being wrung from the pockets of the taxpayers of the state. What sort of justice is this? 'Ihe company, n:,t content with requiring the peo ple to pay its taxes, now wants them also to give it the state capital, and if it gets the capital, the people who are en gaged in other occupations than mining will find that the additional power which the Anaconda company will then exercise in shaping legislation will be directed in the same line of piling up its own profits at the expense of the people of the state. Are the people going to permit any suchb thins as this? We fancy not. Certain ltozemanites, who perhaps have Snever considered these matters, are earn estly working in the line of subtracting votes from Helena and giving thom to ltozsman for the single end of helping Anaconda to win the capital. They know liozeman cannot win it and they know SAunasoonda is very strong: they know that Ilelena. if Bozeman wasee out of the race, would receive the unantimous vote of east ern Montana and that the capital wruld re main at Helena. Yet they allow thaemselves to be utilized for the benefit of Anaconds. How many people of the eastern part of the state are willing to aid them? Cer tainly no ranchasn or estockgrower will do it. Private scrhool of shorthand; Pitman or Graham tystela ta l1rht: v5tsirs welcolne. Maryi. ,JaekllUsL,. 4i5 lIullsy ial4"ek, I.lssaocr Min.lleral Water. The demand for this superior water eis rapidly growing. It is not only a pleasant table beverage, but 5 a8 ineiral water is highly recommended by local vbysicianr. APPOINTME.NTS OF BPEAKJiY. The demooratle state central commlttee announce the followin appointments of speakers: Hon. E. D. Matese: S Walkerville, Nov. 1. ht bouth Batte. Nov. 2. Lime, Nov. 4. Dillon, Nov. 5. Hon. Martin Maginnies Roaeman, Nov. 9. Livin.ston. Nov. 8. Miles City, Nov. n. Hone. T. E. Collins and W, A. Clark: Miesoula. Oct. 81. I Hon. W. D. Hill: Derby, Oct. 81. Grantedale, Nov. 1. Corvallies, Nov. 9. Vietor. Nov. 8. StevenAville, Nov. 4. Florence. Nov. 5. 1 Hon. W. A. Clark: Dewey's, Nov. 1. Butts, Nov. . Bannaok, Nov. 4. Hons. W. W. Dixon and J. K. Toole: Helena. Nov. 8. Hons. W. W. Dixon and R. B. Smith: Anaoonda, Nov.\L5. Hons. Joe. K. Toole and W. W. Dixons Butte, Nov. 7. L Col. T. O. O'Leary: Glendale, Oct. 81. Dewey's, Nov. 1. Hon. N. W. McConnell: Junction City, Nov. 8. Stillwater, Nov. 4. Park City. Nov. 5, afternoon. Laurel, Nov. 5, evening. Billings. Nov. 7. Hons. J. K. Tools and T. E. Collins: Great Falls, Nov. 2. Hons. Martin Maginnia and Robt. B. Smith: Monday. Nov. 7, at Helena. Hon. C. B. Nolan: Friday, Nov. 4, as Centerville. Hon. W. M. Bickford: Saturday, Nov. K, at Meaderville. Hon. T. J. Walsh: Friday, Nov. 4, at Philipaburg. Saturday, Nov. 5, at Granite. - FRED SASS,;- Manufacturer of CIGARS. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported and Domestic Cigars, Cigarettes and Smokers' Arti cles. Largest and best aseortment of Briar Wood, Meerschaum and Fancy Pipes in the city. No. 135 North Main St.. Helena, Iquire of your friends about THE PEOPLE'S PARTY CANDIDATE For County Treasurer, WILLIAM ZASTROW, People's Party I Cleanliness NTXT Godliness Robt. Williams has completely renovated the Bath Rooms at his Tonsorial Parlors, 108 S. Main St. New porcelain tubs, shower baths, and all modern equipments. Try them. BELVIDERE HOUSE. 511-613 Main St., Helena, Mont. Flegantly furnished rooms and first-class table. Steam heat, electric light and bathe. Lunches and meals furniehed both day and night. RATES $1 TO $2 PER DAY. MOORE & WALLACE, PROPRIETORS. NOTICE TO SOCIETIES. We would like to call the attention of societles clubr, etc., who intend to give dances, etc.. during this season, that the w e TURNER HALL e a Now leased and occupied by Linden & Grimm. san Le had at very reasonable rates. STEELE, HINODSON & CO., * * * JOBBERS OF • . • Hay, Grain, Flour, Feel, Rolled Oats, CORN MIBAL, I'OTATOEe,. ETC. Correspondence with ranchmen solicited, as we are always ready to purcha.e oats in large qnantitiea for cash. Wholesale Agents for thie Celebrated Royal Banner and Pride of the Valley Flour. Telephone No. lOi. 122 Hozeman St. hear N. P. Feaseenger Depot I - J(rnovledge Is Pov5er. And the knowledge that the Din mond brand of hard wheat F'lour, mansfactured by the North Dako ta MIillin(g Co., at Grand Forks, N. D., is the purest and best Flour in the wide, wido world, is lia)blo to ie of as much use to you ns any informnation which you are liable to ac(luire. - ETABZLSHED 1883. H. M. PARCH EN & CO., " " LeA DING a e " Wholesale and Retail Druggists For the largeststock, most complete in every line, and at the LOWEST PRICES, go to them. PARCHEN'S CORNER. HELENA. THE ENSOR INSTITUTE, FOR THE CUoRE OF THR Liquor, Morphine, Opium, Cocaine and Tobacco Habit. The "Ensor" is a Purely Vegetable Remedy. We succeed where others fail. For Terms Call on or Address J. H. HOSHAW, M. D., Medicale Director. 908 FIFTH AVE., HELENA. MONTANA I FRED A. SHIELLI, Manager. ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURNITURE, CARPEL, NEW MUSI/C HOUSE. WALL IPAPER AND House Friinlshln Gools Hons. Pt.anos, Organ., Orgulnettes, Guitars, Violins, Accordions/ Bona"enlaege t foes times former Apaty.I *AD A FULL LNK OF eatiteblock. MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. A tokgratrthan that 1 other Hel sole agnte for Steinwa & Sons Sohmer, Cash nroihwe sd straight carload hip a. lor tros.. We1gm0a, Masn . Hamnlin. Briggl ,as t onta y. p and other irs-o7.s pianor. I'Orderr will receive prompt attentiea. -Low prices and asy termes FS#3T ..3 T... MLO T A I' -,A CARL GAIL, President. E. BUMILLER, Vice-President and Treasurer. H. UNZICKER, General Manager and Secretary. M. UNZICKER, Western Representative. GHIGAQO IRON WORKS, * * e a BUILDRIC OFs a " a ( Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelt ing, Concentrating, Leach. ing, Chlorinating, Hoisting __AND and Pumping Plants of any capacity. Tramways, Cor lisa Engines, Compound En. Sgines, Boilers, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore and Water Buck ets, Wheels and Axles and all kinds of Mine Supplies. S E oluslve Eastern Manufaetarers aad Atents for e a J. M. Bryan's Roller Quartz Mill and lendy's Improved Triumph Concentrator Western Offiees General Offc and Works, NO. 4 LOWER MAIN STREET, CLYBOURN AV. AND WILLOW ST. Helena. Montana. Chicago, Illiaoli, FREE! PREET FREEI An Elegant New ESTEY ORGAN CASH VALUE $175. A Beautiful NEW HOME A FINE SEWIJQG JVIAGHINE, WASJ-IBURN QUITAR Cash Value $70. Cash Value $45. Will be given as prizes for the best three guesses on the capital contest, as follows: To the one guessing nearest to the vote that gives first place to the city or town he or she may name for the capital the Est ey Organ will be given; to the one making the second best guess the New Home Sewihg Machipe will be given; to the one making the third best guess the Washburn Guitar will be given. Each person entitled to one guess only. IT GOSTS YOU NOTHING. All guesses mailed up to and on Nov. 8 will be accepted, and j no later. These guesses will be opened as soon as the official figures are obtained after the election of Nov. 8, the names of the suc cessful guessers published in this paper, and the prizes de livered to them. Cut out the coupon below, fill in properly put in a sealed en and dire t it plainly as follows: THE SJ-IERJVIAN JvIUSIG GO., 223 North Main Street, BUTTE, MONT. CAPITAL GUESS COUPON. Sherman Music Go., 223 North Main Street, - Butte, Montana. My guess is that Name of place her, will get first place for the capital and that it will r -ceivePut No. vofotehhe-e votes. Name Street Number City pesnet State ..ON.. Every person entitled to ONE GUE88 ONLY.