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SANDERS AND RICKAROS.
Speak for Over Iwo Hours and a Half at the Audi torium. The Lieutenant Governor Tells His Famous Canary Bird Story Again. The Warborse Says the Lewis sad Clarke Bepubllesas Are Uareliable Ia Their Fealty. Col. ganders and Lieut.-Gov. Richards formed the attraction at the auditorium last night. The audiezee was not so large as exrtoted. being the smallest of any dar ing the campaign, but the stormy weather very probably kept some people away. The auditorium was comfortable enouth, Ares having been kept ep during the day. A anumber of ladies were in the gallery and on the main floor. Among the people on the stage were Commodore Power, A. J. Seligman, Cornelius Hedges and John Pot ter. Chief Justice Blake was in the gal lery near the stage. Joseph Davis called the meeting to order and introduced Rev. F, D. Kelsey, Sc. D. as the chairman at eight p. m. and it was 10:45 before the speakers finished. Both were well received and aroused considerable enthusiasm. The lieutenant governor has improved very much in public speaking since his previous appearance in Helena. His voice was load and clear and he was in good condition af ter being in every county in the state. He told his famous canary bird story and said something about his rulings as presiding officer of the first state senate. The War horse's voies was husky, but he wade him self heard and tickled the crowd with his sallies. It was a great pleasure, Mr. Rickards said, for him to meet his audience in snob a splendid room-the largest he ever had the honor to talk in. It always afforded him pleasure to be in the city of Helena, of which, like all loyal Montanians, he was proud. Whenever he spoke of the great state and its cuties he never failed to refer to Helena, its magnificent buildings, ele gant homes, its strong financial institu tions and the culture and refinement of its people. He said he had been traveling all over the state for six weeks and was glad the campaign was near a close. From his observations his confidence in the future of I the state had been strengthened. The is sues of the campaign are vital to the inter ests of the state. For the first time in their history the voices of the people of Montana have been heard in the discus sion of national issues. Heretofore they had been silent lookers on, and he congrat. alated them on their good fortune. Mriefly stated, the issues are what shall be the pol icy of the nation for the next four years, protection or free trade? He was glad that the reiublicans could point with pride not only to the past, but to the present attitude of the party. For the past thirty years, when it had been necessary to enact any important legislation, the nation had always looked to the republican party to do it. [Applause.] It krra no idle boast but a simple statement of fact. It crowned the nation with gory and blessed it with a prosperity that had never come to any other country in the world. 1 he Harrison administration was pronounced to be up right, clean and courageous and the repub lioans were ready to compare the record of their standard b arer with that of the demos: atm. In Har son they had such an executive ac should make every loyal patriot feel proud. We can say to the democrats, "He is not as fat as yours," but in the estimation of the people, said Mr. Rickarde, lie wonid weigh infinitely more. "Match him if von can; defeat him if you can." [Applause.] The lieutenant governor then predicted that Harrison would be elected on Tuesday. One reason was that ie would carry New York because the Irish were with him, and that Cleveland could not carry the stole without them. He brought in the name of Blaine as being instrumental in defeat ing the extradition clause of a treaty with England at the close of the Cievelirnd administration. The mention of the name brought forth the heartiest applause of the night, which was augmented by the shrill noise of a wooden ear-splitting rattle in the hands of a small boy in the gallery. Mr. Rickards said two yeao s ago Congress man Dixon told the people of Montana that prices would advance because of the Mc Kinley bill. The speaker said that under the operation of this law the cust of living had been very greatly reduced. The den carets, he said, alway tried to ran. h such a case out of court. They were always say- 1 Ing t was "unconstitutional," and said it when the slaves were liberated. He had heard it once himself in Helena. [Laughter.] lie had about come to the conclusion that I if sny of his democratic frienos should be L so untifo tunate as to receive the sentence to go into utter dhrknier, when befo.s the great judge, they would ray the sntence wra uncrnatitutionual. [Lauglrter.J Jeffer son, Marlison, Mooroe and Jackson were all ii favor of a protective taritl, and it seeied to hin that the dr iiocratrc rarty pee-reted a sorry spectacle now. dl . ldir bard voted to rut a tariff or, lead but ha voted for free wool. Why not be con erstent? by request, Mr. ltickrrds said he would tell his bird story about the lady wino writ0 di a icanary that could sing. hi.e writ t,, r- at -re inid was particular to ask tie ran it it was a male bird. 0-be wnrs assured thea the hi d wai a male asa a swest virirr. ihe bird was sent to ter hoi '. 'Iie adv, who wias a great adorirer of (..- v land, deeried to call it Grover, bhe told her maid to wratct ,t carefully and let htrr kuow when the biri exhibited symtisr rior bursting linto sug as said wanted to h-ar is lIrst fntrs. lire Lrat til, usased I y nand n" song cia ne' rnd tioo ercond liiemire. 'Tlie lady wtrt to ly down thb iixt day rnd was arosired by tile maeid whir a:ie .rel ini a stare of gre.t ex citeiruit. "W at's thir iirtterr snie arerrrI,. "Is he singini? Why dri't you tell arcr?" "Grrver Las lais ai egg," repriail tire iria I Langhter. "non carn ii verc t -1l watIi a democrat win .rrr" aiid Mr. ltickcrds, nod there, wa-i iore , laughter.I After r- verr u a r~rne iratriry of saivir log-I ileltrtri Me. III t .dv urg~ed She e sctun, of ter- riso, ir e-rpurijran senrae ant husa-i nif rsreireenititrve-, plt- in-rg theear-ri0 ii rurrit would li-ri tr the militinn iif Slim rju-- -r As to, hin~isI t. te sard Ihe werrll, it irisctel, Oinihrrrgi- ilr un tead ii frivi-rnil iii i irrird iumisre-ir hue 111 itre rn trirrUit this litc-li string wvoriirirrrirrrnr ret. 11r-knew triere hiad tier-r a g tnt fighi~ritirclereiriua t nra nit ire Sthrrrglit it so ritiairt end rirehnorirr ille rite, ire clilrges circuri mid a: lit htsr were ftirlrrhools. Alrno of uhe state nients lire Ie in the demo-rirrtiir lrees r strectrr iris recourn mn tiehue inn riyutnirl were bsheelnrsly rnud iuiilaalitiedly frisin. lie srid tie cotel id his prCites t Oiriat nysiretrlg ii Sir- way if ingirlatrira ir e this nlirerri tira i-rtinl corrvnverna. It Lad beenli S ated alhrritln iii ir i ii nOmiiritirii Sir-t a urn1 wtrrrdrrrl,-- aessire Srilisa m>jurirty, mfit-9 teen, was uno fiLto Ci trrhSr elsirritre iii ibm greet etatir of tlroutanir, iore tw-sly-r three erniriurrtree days its tartire sirntir met and adjourned In-cause the wrie iri ii quserum irisrnt. tOi tts iweriry-fiii it, day the demnooreticsanatore, torrk tin ricth if office, Lnt init nuntilire tresoty-sevi-iri ray of the 5,-asirn wac Shire, en aSS,-mint riads to organize. (ti thtit day fourteen seana-I toes were- piesent, two being ashent, at ril I cali. 'I hey i riles du d to the election of r. irresiderit jro ters. Mir. ltickards bare qeunteil from verrltio 1817 of the sitituies reilciring Stint ti e solo abriuld be by bailot. "r-rnatorI Sl~ds wnrs ramord. Senator licker moverd that thin tlseriin he made by ri o ey nd no vote. I ruled that the vote should he he hahi,,t. Heiretor Olds was ser-cted by hal lot, the democrats refusing toyvota. Sen stor tie-her theti miryd So proceed with the electeon of enbordinale otlfiers. Seonator Baker then moved to table it. Five demo state voted to table it, while seven repub a Bonae voted against it. Then Fisher's mo tion was adopted, and we proceeded to the eleetion of subordinate ofloaera under soo tion 1884, where it says that a majority of the votes given shall be aneessary for a choice. Gilbert, of Missoula, was eleated socretary, he receiving six votes. I ruled that he was duly eleeted, and the other ofllioers were elected one at a time, the demaorata still refusing to vote." Mr. Riokards closed by urging the republicans to vote the ticket straight. Chairman Kelsey introduced Col. San ders, saving a good many nice things about him, which he returned by saying that the popular elergyman who is about to leave Helena had left his impress upon the his tory of the state and that his name would go down to posterity with those of DeSmet. tavalli, Blhnop Tuttle, Bishop Gilbert and a host of othere. The colonel advised the peo ple to not mix the capital question with poll. ties, and said the republionn of Lewis and Clarke were the most unreliable in their party fealty of any set of people on earth; they were continually soratehing the ticket. A reward ought to be offered to the county that would eleet a republican ticket from top to bottom. He would contribute $1,000 himself. Hartman wirs guilty of having a client. The solonel said he selected Hart man himself to look after the interests of the Northern Pacide railroad in Gallatin county. Wish a few words for Judge Blake and the ticket at length the colonel closed. SIXTH WARD RALLY. A Big Democratie Gathering Near the Depot Last Night. Adams' hall was flled and many could not get inside on the occasion of the big democratic tally in the Sixth ward last night. The speakers were H. R. Comly,. it. ii. Purcell, Col. C. 3. Nolan and 8. K. Davis. All the speakers were received with cheers and every good point they made ap plauded. Col. C. D. Curtis and F. M. Straub were among those present. The Sixth will roll up a big democratic majority on Tuesday next. The buys there are par ticularly well pleased at the attion of the democratic county convention in placing on the ticket the names of Denver P. Dayton for clerk of the district court, 1. M. Col line for county clerk and recorder and C. K. Brown for member of the legislature, all hard working railroad men. They re member that Denver Dayton was instro mental in sent ing a $25,000 increase tor the telegraph operators of the Northern Pacific in September last. Cheapest p'ace in the city for millinery at Mrs. F. henpsee 'a, 12 Warren etir at. Go to Futcher t Bradley's, lo lroadway, for underwear. heeiiry. corsets and netions. Their prices are ire iownsL. A FINE RESIDENCE. - d d Work of a Helena Builder and Architect WVith Montana Material. Samuel W. Ward. builder and architect. and who is also the candidate of the peo ple's party for public administrator, has just completed for Charles A. Blackburn one of the most substantially constructed and handsomest residences on the east aide. It is on Eighth averne, between Raleigh I and Hoback streets. The building is thirty sight feet front and forty-two feet deep, two stories and attic high. It is of brick, with gabled shingled roof, and a laver of tar paper under the shingles. Except the hall stairway, which is of oak, all the wood used in the house is Montana pine, finished I in a plain, but heavy and substantial man ner, with no uselssaa crevices for the duet to accumulate in. The glass throughout is heavy t late, and the transoms of colored glass, giving the interior a light and airy appearance. The rouse is also supplied with hot and cold water and gas and sewer coiucctius. On the lower floor the entrance oni the southeast corner of ers into a commodious hallway, to the left of which is the parlor, a room finished in the mast artistic tyrle, with a handsome mantel piece of tiled work and marble, suiraounted by a plate glasa mirror in a neat frame of heavy dark wood. Brack of the parlor is a Ia ge dining room, c and to the right of it a kitchen that would c for size and convenience deright the heat ( of the most exacting cook. with a pantry big enough to hold the storam for a hotel. three large bedrooms, a bath room and hallway take up the a. ace on the second floor. The attic will be need for storage pa poses. The dwelling Is heated from a furnace in ihe collar. Mr. Blackburn has moved into hii new dwelling and is already a tisfied that he has a home second to none in the pity for comfort and beauty. Toe work is Af the beat clhrract r throughout and re flects great cradnt on Mr. Ward's ability as a builder and designer. The latest novels raceivel daily at The leo live For hearing the round flak stove in king. Call at Klernsolemrdt r res.' before buying. TURNVEREIN DRAMATIC CLUB. Another Performance to Be dive,, at the Hall 'lo-Night. To-night the Dramatic club of the Helena laruverein will produce another one of their theatrical performances. The young peo ple participating in it have all studied their parts very uiligently, and a good entertain ment can be expected. The first part of the per formance in the "Festival of the Workingmen." in two nets by Louis Angely. dIhe oet of "birrnrt rc ir as follows: lreilmarr, bhn cartnater and builder...r ....k ....... .l . ..frhas. (licier Ilurr'k. -irnrrrrrrrrrtrna'rm lircrll. t rrr puir from ir rlin.O car orirr rr-- .ar. ait ,rnrtr lrr ,rm e ... .......J . M lerc el.mrneann utt florain bteti ........ J. Idahrt V", mliiim h rnd, c. rfr'irtr r lrrir 1)rorJ.irnn. ................t. J. irerrar alalirr i .... .r.r ....... . .in Ira aeg IN 1i.r'rinr Strra if firlae rili oz brade Misted, the laityof teion-ei Shmd forninm n and their wr .n.. .......a u ricrrrit . ..ce of actiou. ...... r . ............. r l i u '1ire erocud part of the play will be lire Disturbed herenarie." It in a humorous play with mrn y comical incidents. lire Rrising run r larnr's orchestra, f eon An oruda ira' been es, r'rerrly engaged and will rove Ir this nlce, tt.,rr first rlrle rrrrrce in hi" "(' apitr l" .r d very r lr l rly w l Stay ti er., rNrtr Irr t"r s'r.dy l.r tLer, as thy esay, in ralvtrwn. After tohi if rforrran'e, r Irc o_. 'lhe curtain will rrsa at eight o'clock rharp. HARD V001)D 1, IHIG int I'se for i'nrlic r ni er rivate r tructurne Is itiro'o'nrg Store- Prprir. In no erty of the Size in the country is hard wood firish usrd to a g eater extent u rrublio and Irvate structures than in hlelena. 'lie dr'alnrs have catered to the demand, and as a result tre in one estab lrsirmorrt ir thih city, the Montana Ltumber and irauaracturrug crorprrry, that carries an un iras" strck rt ha.dwoad lumber. As a result crntrarrtorrcanaridrirrrsc:,u be furrrsherd irr 'any rorqant.ty d, rrt, d at chart notice. But thi In a" sc barorunss done by the conrprrny ic tire lurn of hard wood, is rn the tirr lrr rod d'artu rat. Ju.t now they are running tire mill night rr.d day to m, rt tho' . iaudr riu 'r-tunsrr, a. Amrog tie big orders houra " tri :lre in o0Ie lSur toe otr tiurar lug rr the Moirrtrana ,hb ualoing. lrrr',r both rrr l ar'r r r or' nu Iri a ri '' r"rlint lraicr"1'-rrf.rrrrrr.n rer..rrn..rr r,rrrcrri, FLLroiu avnnurrut air' N. 'ror t' , ir," ire Ii., f.rr ,reel., c' , r'rirawanrn , gtle-.rare, tinwrcr, rind rrar.'r r brraoui holm Lawrence E'rry, ltiaitarri"l'uomen taor J. 13. Johrson we e killed by iJoe l aur;hy Ill Ir quarrel over a .,ame of cards at iltIrshbug, Ala. All 'arefnl kryors will adnmit that it... lire Ilivo Ia thrwiarlrrI rrte of lrrrae r, ea, rrt rlrce rinuad tIr-r.etnria trr,'rr nse atoare rr a !rrad earrierreerf lrrr, terrt. I horewhraer'ntrerriiate p rclrannrrcit rrylhill ing rresar ,r~I~ clrerlir o ' (.'".Ir~w r. (,r arrrI" ea i rath ", uarsrtrrro." Mr,rritnmr: I nt thrar ''"it I 'ta rrrlieatl O li a, i irrnd Inn n hte tire,, airy ice~a rlr trre rrrrk 1 '' ,ha : a pi on irrrrrr . III-l!~1! wair tarid aird are solri at price, to sent any Laur. THIS IS SOETRING NEW. Mee. ]mete's Oyster Parlers Ia the Deave Bleek. Next Monday motning Mrs. N. Yvete wit open her oyster parlors on the gegand fAoe of the Denver bloek on Broadway, Is 14 ca entirely new departere and emsethinl which will undoubtedly meet with publih favor. In addition to eystett Mrs. Freti will serve light lunches from 11180 to ila during the day, and light breaktfast of oat meal, cakes and colfee. Nothing bul the beet materials will be used. The egar butter and milk will be fresh from the will known W, F. dairy. A specialty will be made of oyster suppes for parties orderine them in advance, and oysters will be d in any style at au time. Everythin eluding the cooking and service, will be under the personal supervision of Mrs. Frets. she has a reputation in the ni.n ary line which is well known and many visitors to her oyster parlors will enjoy once more tue delights of home cooking. Her kitchen is as neat as a pin. In the front room where orders are served there is an air of comfort and seolusion from the pubiic that is most inviting. There is noth Ino to make you feel as if you had to harry up. Easy chairs. pictures and books invite you enjoy a little leisure while waiting or when you are thronuh. For theater parties the parlors will prove to be just the thing. Your order eca he sent in by telephone just before the last aot and will be found reauy when you arrive. The celebrated Jackson corset waist in black and crlers-the health preserving garment of the age-at butoher &r Bradley's only. Jackson's music house is making a big out in rents of pianos and organs. SCHAEFFER & TIETJEN. The Proprietors of the Paclfi Tea Store Carry a Big Stock. Messrs. Schaesfer A Tietjen, of the Pacifio Tea store. Breokenridge and Rodney streets, are carrying as fine and well assorted stock of groceries as any establishment of the kind in the city. Mr. bohaefer is an ex perienced groceryman from Illinois, while Mr. Tietjen is an old resident, and both are determined to lead all competitors. 'Ihe firm is just in receipt of a car of fresh Cali fornia canned goods, and have in stock Utah eggs. Diamond flour, and always carry the freshest and beet fruits. Besides, they have a line of the St. Charles cream, and the celebrated A, thur creamery butter. In addition they carry a full and complete stook of oigars and tobacco. DIED. ARMOR-Mrs. Bester Armor, Nov. 5. aged 76 years. Funeral to-day from the residence of her daughter. Mrs. John Iftedman. at 8:30 p. m. Friends are respectfully invited. ARTHUR (. LOMIBARD, *CIVIL* ENGINEER No. 43 Montana National Bank Building, Helena, Mont U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. RESERVOIRS, *OANALS AND IRRIGATION WORK" A SPEOXALTY. SportsmlleH's aldduarters. Where you can find anything you want to shoot with, or fish with. Shooting clothes of leather, corduroy and canvass. Leggings of all kinds. Shot gun, rifle and revolver ammunition. Bicycle sun dries, boxing gloves, and in fact a complete line of Sportsmen's Goods. M. H. BRYAN'S GUN STORE, 103 BROADWAY. HELENA* BABCOCK'S PURS. LADIES' Seal, Mink and Asuakhan Coats. Military Capes, Circular Capes, Walking Capes, Collars, Boas, Muffs, etc., Cheapest to Finest Grades. Men's Fur Coats, CAPES AND GLOVES. Rugs, Robes and Floor Mats. Largest Stock in the West. Eastern Prices Guaranteed. BABCOCK & CO. HELENA AND BUTTE ATTENTION! VOTERS Of 1892. As the ErEcTIoN approaches we notice the great increase of marching by the CAMPAIGN CL.uBs. BRASS BANDS AND ToiciruaGIrs are very effective for arousing enthusiasm, but nice, well-fitting Boots and Shoes are equally necessary, while "MAucwiNo TIuRoin (; ORGIA." For this reason all the wide-awake voters of the several great PAR'rIes should buy their Boots and Shoes of us, as our stock is large and very complete, prices the lowest in the city, and we take special pains to fit all our customers with easy-wearing and com fortable foot apparel. MoRtaRaL Shoe Go. CLARKE & FRANK. MARK DOWN SAL ý--- 01- Imported Dress Patterns. Owing to the backwardness of the season, and unusually large purchases of high-class Imported Dress Patterns, we are overstocked on Fall and Winter Dress Patterns. To close them out as rapidly as possible, we have made unprecedented reductions on the entire collection. The following examples indicate the extraordinary values offered. AT $5.25. DRESS PATTERNS, F M8 ,L ,REDUCED FROM:....... $8.50 Scotch Cheviots, Fancy French Suitings, Worsted Diagonals and Fancy Homespund. AT $7.50. DRESS PATTERNS. FROM. $10.50. Fancy Crepons, French Cheviots, Novelty Tweeds, French Diagonals and Worsted Suitings. AT $950.0 DRESS PATEDUCED FROM........ 50. French Chevrons, Brocaded Crepons, Dotted Bengalines and Changeable Brocades. AT $12.50. D REDUCED FROM........ 850. Fancy Epinglines, Brocaded Novelties, Horizontal Cords and Silk Stripe Novelties. AT $14.75. DRESS REDUCED FROM........ 00. Two-Toned Brocades, Paris Novelties, Changeable Epinglines and Fancy Bedfords NOTE-The attractiveness of these offerings has never been equalled in Montana. Careful buyers will not neglect this grand opportunity to secure high-class Dress Patterns at such genuine bargain prices. SANDS BROS. * * PATENTS..* United States and Foreign Pat. entFi obtained and any information given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attorney at Law. Pittaburgh Bleek, Helena, Mont. To Loan Money at 7o°, 83;°, and 9 . Amount of Loan and Security determine the rate of interest. I am prepared to make loans promptly in amounts f~om $500 to $100,000 $100,000 Commercial and Short Time notes wanted. Also City, School, State and County Bonds and Warrants. No. IO Edwards St., Helena, Mont. H. B. PALMER. OUR MOTTO: "FAIR DEALING." CLARKE, CONRAD & CURTIN, llard are, frol, Ste1 and hais. Agents for Rathbone, Sard & f/ Co.'s complete line of ACORN C N Stoves and Ranges. 6 5 * RNGE5 House Furnishing Goods In W4ORLD endless variety. OIrLon Mason Fruit Jars. Jelly Glasses. Ice Cream Freezers. Lawn Mowers. Refrigerators,, Etc. 42 and 44 South Main St. Telephone go. CARL GAIL, President. E. BUMILLER, Vice-President and Treasurer. H. UNZICKER, General Manager and Secretary. M. UNZICKBR, Western Representative. GHIGJAO IRON WORKS, * * * * BUILDERS OF e * } " iGold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelt O ingConcentrating, Leach ing, Chlorinating, Hoisting __ ND and Pumping `lants of any _AND`B capacity. Tramwaye, Cor liss Engines, Compound En c c gines, Boilers, Cars, Cages, L:kips, Ore and Water Buck (1 llkti, Wheels and Axlies and all kinds of Mine Supplies. " * Zielutrle Easters Mana cturers and Ageans for " 0 J. L. Bryan's Roller Quartz Mill and llendy's improved Triumph Concentrator Weoterm Oem.ee, General Offie mad Werks. NO.4 .LOWER MAIN STREET, CLYBOURN AV. AND WILLOW ST. Hele... moatons Chieea3, Wltlaola.