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Remittanoes at the risk of subscriber unless made by registered letter, choeck, or postal or ex prees order, payable to The ladependent Pub lishine Company. can-Persons desiring thea DPRENDUZN5 served at their homes or place of business can order by postal card or through telephone No. 100. Please report cases of irregular delivery promdptly. Advertisements, to insure prompt insertion, should be handed in before 8 p. a. Rejected commanications not returnable an. lass postage is enclosed. TERMS 01 SUBlSOR1PTION. " Y MAIL. Daily (including Snoday] per year..........$10 00 Daily including Sunday] six months...... i 00 Daily lincluding Sunday] three months.... 2 50 Daily (excluding Sunday] per year......... 900 Daily lexcluding Sunday] per month...... 75 Sunday only (in advance] per year......... 250 Weekly [in advance onlyl per year......... 200 Daily by carrier, per week, leaven issuesi. II HELENA, MONT., NOV. 6, 1892. W"Montaniane abroad will always find Tan DAIty INDraPnDrEr on tile at their favorite hotels: Fifth Avenue and Metropolitan, New York; West, Minneapolis. Baldwin and Palace, San Francisco; McDermott, Butte; Leland Hotel. Springfield. Ill. THE WEATHER. Feported for Tux INoPE'NxrTr daily by E. J. Glass. United States observer. 0:00 s, in. 6:001 pn. larometer ................ 20.0118 i090 Temiperature............ 44.0 0 tt0 W~in~ .................. .e-- 3 w-12 Total precipitation during pest 24 hours. .24 inch. Maximum velocity of wind, 48. at 1:10 p. m. Mtaximum temperature, 61.8. Minimum temnperature, 10.9. I oral forecast for eleona: Showers followed by fair weather, colder. Helena, Nov. 5, 1892. STAND togethor. TAKE off your coat. SLEEP after election. WATCH out for the Anaconda bunco man. - Do not bet on election. If you do, "copper" the copper king. THE Anaconda company to the peo ple: "Yez will do as I say.' "UNNECESSARY taxation ts unjust tax ation."-Grover Cleveland. WElL, which shall it be, the Anacon da lash or the will of the people? AT'rER election the czar will walk home over the B., A. & Anything tracks. "I no not believe the new road will be built beyond Anaconda." -James J. Hill. TONs of Anaconda "roorbacks" will be distributed on election day. Look out for them. Ii you know it Helena man who will not vote for Helena, report him at head quarters. F].v away Rickards to well earned do feat; that is what the little bird whis pered to him. (iaREN goods from the Anaconda works may be found in the Great Falls and Bozeman branches. Do not forget the democratic mass meeting at the auditorium to-morrow evening. It will be a rouser. BcATrnvc-;. Bozeman should not be a club for Anaconda. It is too much of a town to carry the czar's crown. THE vendor of every Bozeman gift lot is entitled to a term in the penitentiary. Keep away from him if you want to keep out of court. Ci.oso up the ranks, democrats, and attack the enemy in a solid phalanx. Wear your lighting clothes until after Tuesday night. IT is a race between the leaders with the flag down on Great Falls. The peo ple of that town will, therefore, stand solid for Helena. THE national issue in this campaign is whether your wages shall go to your home or be divided with the tariff pro tected millionaires. THE democrat who scratches a name on the ticket this year because of per sonalities is faithless to his democracy and his citizenship. By voting for Helena the citizens of this state-will save time, railroad fare and avoid many discomforts incident to life in a suburban town. Tttr motto at the head of the Jeffer son County Hentinel--"Helena for the capital; a dead sure wvinner in an honest contest," is a good one for us all. '}IHtot til your hands, gente, and Iland over that ctapittd! Lively now, or 'blini gnus thle guns." -Marcus, "the terror," to 1110 people of Montana. Ii. tlitsl 1)11Warllrse hIad a peneumlatiO sulky 10 wilull still enter the senatoriai race llnlvlly wveigh'tedl. As it 15 hte will be satitsfiell to have a democratic legis lature. W'Not:1. tilt car furnish money to Bozomuan if he believed that city cool] will? Hils aid in tillt direction should give a solid vote to Ite lena from enstern Moutana. Ir is nlow a qulelttion whether the Anti conda stuffed tlb] will heat Ilutte l:;uk to the third Ililce, or whether llutte. wvili take secoud Illace, as she will if tnot bulldozed.__ 'TtE closing down of the Anltionill mines and works wsill 110 followed by hil other period of d~istross in Au avo 01:. Helena will stand ready to help wlheu the tiime comes. 'Tis esteemed Standard slioulld ku,.1 its teniper for no tinnouncements of An acooida's withdrawal will be sent ot~l from Helena. The Smelter city is fur niisliing too much fun. lv Rickarde is elected he will have s veto or a pigeon hole for every lubor bibi. H~e is for convict labor and Pinkertoi ism und down on labor organizations. Tllat is his record on file. ONE of the post election attractionc will be a debate between the editor of the Inter Mountain and Col. Ella L. Knowles on the question: "What has free trade done for Ireland ?" Tux Great Palls, Bozeman and Butte committees are wasting time and money in Marysville. The people of that camp will continue both business and capital relations with their nearest big neigh bor. JoNa EZiA RICKARDs, Charles S. Hartman and Warren A. Gillette; three candidates who never said an honost word for organized labor but voted against its just demands. Vote against them. IT is tHe railway centre. It is thE financial centre. The commeroiaL centre. The centrE of more industries. The ceNtre of the state. The place for the cApital. "Tax democratic party, with no faith lessness to excuse and no shortcomings to explain, again appeals to the voters of the land for their suffrages, and de clares its continued adhesion to the doc trine that the government has no right to burden the people by taxation, be yond the necessities of its economic ad ministration."--Grover Cleveland. YNSTK5nAY the Anaconda company sent all of the Northern Pacific cars out of the Smelter city yards to Garrison. As the company's lumber is carried over this line this adds to the already sufi oient evidence of the approaching shut down at Butte and Anaconda. Ar rangements for this unfortunate calam ity are being perfected us rapidly as possible. NO SALE. NO TRADE. No more corrupt deal to defraud the people of Montana was ever attempted than that between the Anaconda Cop per company and the Bozeman lanud sharks and lottery crowd. Here is the situation: Bozeman starting out in good faith as an aspirant for capital honors, found herself distanced. Sensible citi 6ens of the town generally advised that she drop out of the race and throw her vote for Helena. Up to the time Ana conda entered the field it was apparent that Helena would be the only impor tant east side candidate in at the finish. Marcus Daly, knowing that the east side had a greater voting strength than the west side, and that Helena had thous ands of supporters in western Montana, saw his only hope of success lay in split ting the east side vote. Ile did not ex pect to win the fight for Anaconda this year, but to prevent a settlement of the question for two years, with Anaconda in second place. After a preliminary canvass of the field, Mr. Daly's agents reported to him that Anaconda could get only such votes in eastern Montana as his money could buy. These he has' purchased, but they cut? a small figure. Mr. Daly's next step was to restore vigor to the flickering movement for Bozeman. lie found in that town a few real estate peddlers, and other oppo nents of Helena, who were willing to en ter into a combination with him. "It is anything now to beat Helena," was the word that came from "The Works." "If you will get out and help me to keep Helena from winning this year, I will furnish the stuff, cost what it may." The scheme was greedily en tered into by the men who had Bozeman lots to unload. It was agreed that Ann conda and Bozeman should work hand in hand. Anaconda was to get what votes she could for herself in eastern Montana, but. where that town was not a favorite, voters were asked to support Bozeman. The Bozeman agents were instructed to seek votes for Bozeman first and Anaconda second. The Helena Capital committee is in possession of positive evidence that the Bozeman Capital committee has in structed its agents to push Bozeman as first choice and Anaconda as second choice. Now, if Bozeman were conducting a fair and honest canvass for herself, no body could find fault. But when she is used simply as a capper and stool pigeon for Mr. Marcus Daly the voters of east ern Montana should have their eyes open to the bunco game that is being worked upon them. Any man who wants to sell his vote to Mr. Marcus l)aly might as well go to headquarters in Anaconda and get his price in cash himself. There is no reason for con ducting Isis negotiations through a mid dle man from ilozeman who will keep half the money. It is for Mr. lDaly's gratification that this whole Bozeinan-Anaconda game is heing pliiyed. Without the aid of Doze inaii roal estiite moen, and their innocent victimie, A nacoiida would get no place at ili. The question, therefore, conies right dow-n to this, do the voters or eastern Montana ds'sire to see the capi tal question settled once fsr all this your, the state institutions all located at the Session of the legislative assemhly that suects in Januiiry, ansi the state gs:sig forward as rapidly as its sister stiites in this iiorth west.? If thev sin not, they cars gratify Mr. Madrcius Disly's siuieon unit *seeiu up a I oiiny irook fair for ttie~ next two or throo years hy votiiig fssr Doze oanu, as hue requnests tliemi to do. if thicy Is believe that it is for the host interest of thus stuite to es'ttle these iiiitters now, I~t them repudiate ttie bunico stosrers oil site for I lslnii. CLEVL~IA N I OiR HAiRRI ON. Not every voter has time tus isastuir nil the details of ia tiirihf sichiedulil, hii 'very wags earner liowsis that w leu less shan a tisousauus mien, 0 rmussrui~ly rich sruusisfnitiurom-s, have eshlijoint. 155we to -hhaps logieluition ami realize enough nsltft froiu it to Isurchass, tlis contioss ons' of this repiihlicau party in lower, C nue thing is swronsg. fivery iiaii of the imost ordinary intel hggeice kiuswis that no necessity of gisv 'rmu mnt requires the maiintenance of war taxes ini tinis of lpeacs. i'cery 'outer who ciii reseasu ani any ivlio canniot, lknsiRs that ihenjansins IHlr run favors the !oiitiiiusaile of Iiighi s axs, wsicli nsa use less of tlio conmfurts Itsns ruxres of life fur every toiler; muiil thut I rover I levolaind favors veil usiing thlsuss taxes iso as to Is-ave to the sage oiirner inure of his mouiey, after paving his share for the support of the govern. 1ent. The tariff question is the greatest of all sinues before the people to-day. It is not a matter of figures and dry statis. tics. It is a question of vital principle. If you think a few hundred manufao. turers in the east have a right to band together and secure the enactment of laws that will take money from your pocket and put it into theirs, vote for Benjamin Harrison. He is your man. If you believe on the other hand that not one dollar should be taken from you in taxation, unless it is needed for the legitimate expenses of the governament, vote for Grover Cleveland. He says that he will see to it that you keep your own money and that no rich manufac turer shall pluck you for his own bene fit. JUDGE PEMBERTON. TILE INDEPENDENT has carefully ex plained how a vote should be cast for Judge Pemberton for chief justice, but there still appears to be some confusion in the public mind arising from the fact that his name appears twice on the offi cli ballot. You will find that your ofR oial ballot reads thus: Chief Justice, - Vote for One Blake, Henry N.... I Republican | Pemberton, Wai. Y. Democrat | Pemberton, Win. Y. People's Party I In putting the mark opposite Mr. Pemberton's name you must vote for him but once. Don't mark him twice. The attorney general stated in an inter view in TnE INDEPENDENT the other day that democrats should vote for Mr. Pemberton as a democrat, and populists could mark opposite his name where he appears as the people's party candidate, and that the votes cast for him as a democrat and those cast for him as a people's party candidate would be added together to miake his total. However that may be, it will be wiser for every voter to mark opposite his name on the democratic line. Then there will be no room for trickery and he will be elected beyond a doubt. This is the way to do it: PEMBERTON, WM. X.-DEMOcRAT-X. THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES. NATIONAL TICKET. For President. (GROVER CLEVELAND. New York. For Vice-President. ADLAI E. STEVENSON. Illinois. For I'residential Electors. A. W. LYMAN. Lewis and Clarke County. PAUL A. FUSZ. Deer Lodge ( ounty. WALTER (OOPER, Gallatin County. For Represestative In Congress. W. W. DIXOA, Silver Bow County. STATE TICKEr. For Governor. T. E. COLLINS. Cascade County. For Lienterant 1borernor. H. R. MELTON. Beaverhead County For fecretary of tate, B. W. S. FOLK. Missoula County. For Treasurer, JESSE HASTON. Caster County. For Auditor. W. I. WIIAIEY, Jefferson County. For superintendent of Publie Instruction, J. C. SIAHUNMY, Madison Connty. For Chief Jtetice, W. Y. Pi5.1CERTON, Silver Bow County. For Attorney General, E. C. DAY. Park County For Clerk of the Supreme Court. J. L. SLOANE. Missoula County. COUNTY TICKET. For Pistrict Court Judges, HoRAcE R. Buck. T. E. CRUTCHnRx. For Clerk of the Dietriot Court, DsNvEa P. DAYTON. For Sheriff. C. D. COntrs. For Clerk and Recorder. PErTr M. COLLINs. For Treasurer, C. B. GAunhRT. For County Attorney, C. B. NoLAN. For soessor, W. J. BICKEcr. For Auditor, S. POZNANSKi. For Superintendent of Schools, Miss C. L. 'Ilt;i;:Nt.Er. For Surveyor, JoHN W. WADE. For Coroner, T. H. PLEACANTa For Public Administrator, F. M. SBRAcs. For County Commiisioners. E. BEAcs. WILLIAM MUTH, S. LAsonoate.. For State Senator. Do. IV. STIELr L For Representatives. ROBERT B. OMITH, THOMAS C. BAt, iH. H. CoMLY, C. K. BnowN, A. J. DAVIDsoN. J. H. MUanar, C. 1. DUDLEY, H F. LIDOLPo. For Constables. JoHN A. Qusna, FRED GRAHAM. For Justices of the Peace, TERaENcs O'Dox NELL. J. P. PORTER. APPOINTMENTS OF SPEAKERS. The democratic state central commiltte announce the following aplointmients of espakers: Hons. W. W. Diion and J. K. Tunis: Butts, Nov. 7. Hon. N. W. MclCunneli: IBillings, No,. 7. Hons. Martin Magiunis and Robt. B. Smith: Monday. Nov. 7, si Helens. Fr,.omptly Seitledi. T. B. Miller, General Agent Pacific Mu tual Life Insurance Company of Cslifer cia, Helens, Mont.: D~ear Sir-Your fever enclosing draft No. 1ii) for $114.28 fur loss of time rsoslting~ from poisooied arm and htind, caused by the sting of a st-ides, is re ceived. It affords me pleasure to certify to the prompt manner in which this claim has been settlrd, and without the necessity for any great amount of "rod tape." I do not hesitate to recommend your dom puny to any one deezring occident insur sore as being p:omspl, reliable and safe. 'o cry truly yours. iolenlad Mont.. Oct. 27, 1892..LOEY Iikiiorn snd Old Maidy Italiroad Comn Notice is hereby riven that books for re ceivins. subacriptiona to the capital Stock of the Elkh~orn lin (NOil Baldy ltailroad corn conny will ibe 01 ret d on the 10th day of Nuoierntir, A. I)., 11112, at the earlots of the Fitat National taci t :Ileolsnu Hon. tans. lisht at said time and place and feom that timee forward suitor iption to the ecai. tal stock of the said railroad comosny will be reocivod. 'T. 1i. Kiotsecoum,nr I. W. K~aitiir Jii., tiruig U1. luLL. Wanetei. Tee more boarding horses at $15 iier mouth, delivered to any part of the city. Waroi fireproof barn; 5'itisfactiou gaston-. teed. Chits. Hsynarid, 11 Pitite Street. Nrew t. St. rmiltI. 12-ti latent V.. .5. New L. C. bSmith 12.0 patent ejector shotgun, 4125 at Bryan's gun store. It ie a beauty. irisaeirerhool or shoithailn; Ii sue,. , or i.haiiii eyeeem t~unht:t vilstitrs wel,,ime Mary 5.. ,irackai, 45 lialiry iiiurk. Legal blanka at Otis othics. =alFRED SASS,l== Manataetnrer et CIG-ARS. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported and DIlestre Cigars. Oigarettes and smokers' Arti elee. Largest and best assortment of Brier Wood. Meersehasm and Fanoc Pipes in the citY. No. 135 Nortilh ain St., Helena Isqulre of eear frieads aboet THE PEOPLE'S PARTY CANDIDATE For County Treasurer, WILLIAM 7ASTROW, People's Party a Cleanliness _NT_ Godliness Robt. Williams has completely renovated the Bath Rooms at his Tonsorial Parlors, 108 S. Main St. Now porcelain tubs, shower baths, and all modern equipments. Try them. IllV I1RE llO[SK 511-513 Main St., Helena, Mont, Elegantly furnished rooms and Bret-class table. Steam heat, electric light and baths. Lunches and meals furnished both day and night. BATES $1 TO $2 PER DAY. MOORE & WALLACE. PROPRIETORS. The oldest fruit and pro- Fstablihed 1883. duce house in Iseontana 5 hdNt LINDSAY & CO., -DEALERS IN FRUIT AND PRODUCE. HELENA, MONTANA. New York Con-' Frash Oys tsrs cord grapes, Received riaeived sweet Cider, I11 dut~y Sweet Potatoes egu ry by express lCranbarries, l r fruin lerron and New York Appnles, J Bal inore. STEELE, HINOSON & CO., * * " JOBBERS OF - *. Ray, Grain, Flour, Feed, Rolled Oats, CORN MEAL, POTATOES, ETC. 2orrespondence with ranchmen solicited, as we are alwaes ready to purchee oats in large quantities for cash. Wholesale Agents for the Celebrated Royal Banner and Pride of the Valley Flour. Telephone No. 1t8. 1322 Bozeman Si. eaki N. . Passenger lepot. Evrthn shul Prnotbetae '1 21 I lierll n thi wold Ou9 sd Kic FLOUR \ t Takina Ith l tergDall Brand of Hard Wheat Patent Flour, is for sale by the grocer in front of whose s ore he is standing. Ask your grocer for a sack of the celebrated Diamond Patent. EVERYTHING IN IS IN THlE GUTTING. Have You Had Any Cut -BY- 0. DE SOL A MENDES & CO. 51I -b3 Maiden Lane. N. Y. GROCERIES WHOLESALE PRICES ANYBODY BUYING A CASE OF CORN, SUCCOTASH, APRICOTS, TOMATOES, PUMPKINS, EGG PLUMS, PEAS, SWEET POTATOES, GREEN GAGES, STRING BEANS, CALIFORNIA PEACHES, GOOSEBER1RIES, LIMA BEANS, PEARS, GRAPES, JAMS, JELLIES, PRESERVES, OR SYRUPS, From us will not only get them at their lowest whole ale value, but ten per cent lower than they can be purchased and shipped to this market on to-day's values. COME TO US FOR QUOTATIONS. Kepiler & Soliit erealtile Cofpaly THE ENSOR INSTITUTE. FOR THE CURE OF THE liquor, Morphine, Opium, Cocaine and Tobacco Habit, The "Ensor" is a Purely Vegetable Remedy. We succeed where others fail. For Terms Call eo or Address J. B. HOSHAW, W. D., Medical Direeetr. 508 FIFTH AVE., HELENA. MONTANA I FRED A. SRIELLS, Mamager. ESTABLISHED 1865. H. M. PARCH EN & CO., a e e LEADING e e 0 Wholesale and Retail Druggists For the largest stock, most complete in every line, and at the LOWEST PRICES, go to them. PARCHEN'S CORNER. HELENA. ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURNITURE, CARPET, NEW MUSIC HOUSE. WALL PAPER AND House Furlisilsg Goo0s House. -iara os, organ e, Orguinettes, Guitars, Violins, Accordionsa Hous enlarged to foar times former pacity AND A TOLL LINO OF Live immense Boors extending through MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. mlire block. MSCLMRHNIE k stock greater than that of all other Helena sole aoenta for Steinway & Sons Sohmer, n~em combined. (}abler Ire... Wellman, Mone.n latzslin, Drigge pash urchases and straight carload ship* o th m dis a i rg .uto only.azo orlvtae is. :0Orderr will resolve prompt attentiea. WN'Low prices and easy terms R ELE11.ý., " MONL T A.1'ý TP.& -7 FREE! FREE!FRE FE! An Elegant New ESTEY ORGAN CASH VALUE $175. A Beautiful NEW HOME A FINE SEWIJ\IQ JAGHINE, WASJ-1BURN QUITlfR 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 Horns Sewing Machine 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 YOUI NOTIHING. All guesses mailed up to and on Nov. 8 will be accepted, and 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 proparly, put in a sealed envelope, and direct it plainly as follows. THE SJ-IEPJ"IAN J'lUSIG GO., 223 North Main Street, BUTTE, MONT. ICALPLTAL GUESS COUPON. Sherman Music C,.., 223 North Main Street, - Butte, Montana. My guess l's that Name of place hcrj will get filrst place ior the capi5.l and that it will receive Put No o votes here votes. Stret Number_______ City State -Every peraon entitled to ONE GUESS ONLY.