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NOV. 18, 1892d. gW-Montanians abroad will always find Thu DAILY INDEPENDENT on tile at their favorite hotels: Fifth Avenue and Metropolitan, New York; West, Minneapolis: laldwin and Palace. San Francisco: McDermott. Butte; Leland Hotel, Springlfeld. 111. THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. TnE: 0TAT: OF MONTANA, EXFOUTIVE O-rtcr. HELENA, Nov. 9, 1892. Whereas. The president of the United States has appointed Thursday, Nov. 24, as a day of thanksgivint; and Whereas. We have abundant reasons for observing a custom so long established. Now, therefore. I, Joseph K. Toole, gov erner of the state of Montana. do hereby recommend that on that day labor generally be suspended and that every one in his own way and according to his own convictions, make a proper acknowledgment to the cre ator of the world for all that he possesses or enjoys, and forget not, wherever you can, to alleviate the suffering of the sick and lend a helping hand to the poor. In testimony whereof, I have bereunto set my hand and caused to be asfixed the great seal of the state of Montana. Done at the city of Helena,. the capital of the said state of Montana, this ninth day of November, A. D. 1892. By the governor: [Seal.] (Signed), Jos. K. TooLE. Attest (Signed), L. ROTWITT, Secretary of State. THE WEATHER. Feported for THE INrEPENDENT daily by F. J. Glass. United States observer. 6:00 a. n. 6:00 p. m. Parometer ................-- - - 1003 Temperature........ . - 41.5 Wino... . ... . . .w-12 Temperature at noon, 41.0. Mlaximum tempera:ure, 42.0. Minimum temperature, 25.0. 1 oral forecast for Helena: Probably flurries of now: alight change in temperature. Ilelena, Nov. 17. 1692. By the way, where is one Peok at? A HINT to Col. Botkin: stick to the old-fashioned arithmetic. ONE of the saddest election resulte is the disappearance of the tin plate liar. INOALLS can now turn to a very large audience and say, "boys, how do you like it?" Et.vcTION occurred ever a week ago and still the British flag does not float over the United States' IT is now rumored that a new real estate firm to be known as the Carter Bros. will be started in Helena. "I HAVE tried Captain Couch's infalli ble memory cure and find it to be all that is recommended." -Lee Mantle. ANACONDA and Helena agree that the fight for state institutions should be good humored. These cities will have their own fun later on. Now, then, on with the railroads. Be fore the next election Helena should have direct communication with every county seat in the state. WHEN the federal oflice starts out to seek the man, it will not have a long chase. It will find him sitting on the door-step in large numbers. PROSPECTITV. legialation includes two features of special itmportance; the loca tion of state inst tutions and the forma tion of several new counties. THir Inter Mountain is making its annual effort to read Captain Couch out of the republican party and the captain simply points to tihe ligrrree und smiles. 1)1:. ID-: v~w r:-uards tire accusati: n tirlt he defeated Harrison in New York us a huge joke. hut how greatr-r tire joke to tire doctor if tire acc-usartirr is trute. Vii:; iv refor:; or tariff Ihigir let vevry true lreparire for it royal Tirankogiviug dinrier rrnd let tro calaunrty howler per srrrdo you tirlt ircxt year'o dininer wvill not be as goon as lire anor next set-k. Wry:::1 hil Hrrisonr'e grumnlling, Carter did wetlI as mansfer of the- republrran cam roiuir. l1e tusei tia farrd to tcarry Mon st:::-- put it where it wnulrd d: thre morec good,"-sprikete Chroniclr. '1:-, wih lii ttle j iircrlriiu letting iup orr tirrbr- sI::rl:-ra, ii thre rblr.. lvn 'ore-t rlrvieuirrer plrltircal fllrplr-r, ririr lprophlel 'f th:: Irt-itr v:-rr is thart trill, iv.. :rt liere:,vil enrrriry f.,r t ltvv Inn:. divi 1-im lrjer ti tthre irrlrrlivur-e lous pr lirlir.ir :f wot-ecrrtg virtiry for Iltrrison c. irrl urn:u fv i tv- iy-lr-rir trde t Lve tlrer-irl:tor -tv I tro r. your are irrrut:.krn. \r.l) brr-::rh or, wa.t: ir: trr< irng ti-:: lnsii: I!e nou-rilrs :f th:: tlrn trir. Ifr vror wartrr rmre vi :1:s yrru mutrrr tiunltrlr:Ikr iitr e-it--rlri.:- tlht wil1 \Va t xW e vitiC vrorys Ilthat ihe sill reu-irr-tr I:: lii tii etritit in lirlhilad-lphlrr rod ticrsoriilly btrlrtrnioe llhr rireri ::rvfI: lrar~garitr rr chri~lr-'en's rautr. -l lis rr- lriiri frorgrotliu liis lrrnmrir tr: frtrrniv otre c,-tt puotrtagr, llothogi I le idiririsi trantion brie erunl enorrglh evilthout tirril 'lt n Sri t Link:: 'ri btunr, votmtentirrg orr the :1:u, it f thrue(O it-icg:: Int1:-, lOceat rrf ra ilily circtlaitiorn of 57,-1t2 rr lay, Ijinds it sells a Iriper to otre itn :0) mf tlt, Jtopiulatiun. 'lie New Yorlc Wonrli, ditily cirt-uiltion of :1:tytMM , or a ptipe:r t: :1 every hntundreti tf ipopu~latiuot. Ourr Srtlt Lake corntemporary claitir to Itett tin-se º figures, its circulation being, it says, "rather more than one to every forty of the population from which it is sup ported." Tan HaiuirA IIiaracaIfNT ia still ahead of that. Its ciroulation is more than one to every thirty of the population from which it is supported, and in the city of Helena it Is one to every ten of the pop ulatton. A waRraa in the New York Times asks, "Have you observed that the sym bolical head of liberty on the coinage for 1892 has turned its head away from the west and towards the east?" Yes, the goddess who presides over the silver dollar knows who needs watching. Have you noticed the and and reproachful look she turns on you? Di. NAUSEN, a Norwegian explorer, thinks he has found a satisfactory method of reaching the north pole. He proposes simply to tind the current run ning in that direction and then allow his ship to gently follow it to the pole. This looks easy, but the problem of Arctic navigators from the time of Sir John Franklin is to first flud the cur rent and then to stay with it. THE VOICE Or THE PEOPLE General Weaver, in his address to the people's party, makes a huge mistake when he says that the accession of dem ocrats to power is the result of a violent reaction and not the deliberate judg ment of the American people. Tidal waves like that of last week are not mere accidents, as General Weaver well knows. He surely has been in politics long enough to know that a victory so sweeping or a violent reaction as he calls it, cannot occur except as the long considered judgment of voters. The rise of the American colonists in 1771 against unjust taxation was not a mere happening; the great demand for the repeal of the English corn laws in 1849 did not occur like a change of ' weather. Both were the verdicts of. a great majority after mature considera tion. Both resembled Mr. Cleveland's elec tion in that they were popular expres- I sions against a wrong and unjustsystem of taxation. The wrongful exaction of i money from the citizen's pocketbook touches his intellect quicker than any thing else and his judgment responds in º like manner. The election of Cleveland is evidence entirely suflicient of a great popular demand for tariff reform. It was in the air two years ago when a great democratic majority was chosen i to the house. It has been a campaign f of education since Harrison was elected four years ago and the result of it all is a peaceful revolution against a vicious and unjust systemnof economics. The victory was not due to a fine ma nipulation of political wires, to the springing of roorbacks or to the person ality of candidates. It was a victory for f tariff reform and it was the judgment of I the people. s M.1NTLE1'S EYES OP'ENEDI. t Mayor Mant'e may well complain of the ingratitude of politicians and the uncertainties of politics. He worked hard and successfully to elect his old enemy Rickards, while in turn that other old enemy Couch worked with equal energy and success to defeat Mantle. Couch had the best of it all along. He wanted Rickards nominated and O elected governor. Mantle thought that c by carrying out this programme the r big captain would be satisfied and that s under the beatific reign of the white- a winged doves the gateway t i the senate would be wide open and stre in with roses. Accordingly Rickards was nom inoted, but the wily Cornishiman was to n take no chances. Ile insisted that Mr. t Mantle be made chairman of the state ii committee and thereby be held respon- s sible, and Mantle, under the pleasant d spell of the captain's smile, accepted. r These preliminaries having been ar- ° ranged, the captain was in a position to e cut Mr. Mantle's heart, while the latter, by reason of responsibility to his party, f was defeneelecs. Politics over in Silver Bow county has always been a game of cut and slish, with party loyalty at a discount. White-winged doves never a thrive in thi.tclimiateand olive branches are early blastei by the political siuoke. According tic the esteemed Inter n Mountain the game iv to run on the olil c lines and without frieiuily in tovatuions. h Wen suchl waiii it iwith miiuch interest froii this side of t lie range. 'lbs New Ynrk Piress tariif pictures niyay new be tarcied inward lbe wail. Icat away the r m piign roorback, Lay saite the tiii plats li. Booncsriincseiced ahtidevite,a Pigecic bola for bye cind bye. It is said that Lee Manila croosec-sri) on tluciuorniniic iis aftrec:,ii. should' ried n ax eel li: led acvryne ic of tmiss whute. t wiini'ud divsc "'torn I rie .hlui. Au mci y cc' diluy iir's'inc Ii- ser hkail a lxxi..' dii's of t eiu'iiiie acid u,'ic the biids,Ili Ii eie, witkrd iuiur1 tae t to piruclaimni emiht 'Jiyc in a we'. iucsteui of evueni, we will wish a luse.ry c haishui~ci' te clixicr for him.r 'lThe 11rsic-i of iii, i'aeivaan. l's, hapa the weirdest nei mist iuircrs~ sair of the mnic e iiwouted raciiiifu's tliit tte travsi carn. a iiway with hio fris iucii like travel ini the 'cci .s lie rei",lli'ction if the camel csn.'uvaus whii' lie 0,5 "iucoui tered at night. (lii 'f tie t~ack diarkna'0 is heard the di-teit Iom xxifi a heavy hill.. lixerniulle. and w.th cil' Ce r.'0'ili' cy xl ilcoratioii it £.iunis, p'roduacl ly ewxciing icesier and liuder, sad ta lluips iiiingaiig with tbe time isi cxi icllr ibells Sile liirk' thu. scaguard of 'o hines ca'avuci. 'lb.. bic till is thu iini'geiic and ala, n, of the Isaling camul alone. lint ,iearar and loucit as tie- sioud liecoucacs, nxt cmitilia aiicund aix Iniot avisible oijecr inp.' - t, accc's ci' iy it. Sudicinly. nil witlhiui thyel .rlit eii wariiinc. thare noome ioui of tlbe mdi k mcxv, like the mppait'iiiin of ii i'icx toi,, ebi. I the form rof, the captaun ofl the caraven H is scone tread souiids softly io iii, smootihd sand.vi like a great stinug of liuked ebionls the aieit piecession stalks by eiim so awai,,wcd upc ii the nightS. Andl how windetm fuil sdever pe'sast is the conricicst ini eastern travel tim cli life aiii muovemnent at ihocnc. No heavy carts and luncbcriing wagons jolt to sad fro between the faruarard and the field.. No i~ght vahieles and swift equipaa~s tdash pag Upon lthacadamiased roads. Alas! btSar an no roads; and it no roads, how math let any vehicles or wagons. Thatehed reol and tiled cottagee, lanes and hedgeowas an trim fields, rivers conrsing between fur banks, beyond all the roar and saddel smoky rush of the train-these might an exist in the world at all, and do not e41st 11 the world of the Persian, straitened an stunted, but inexpressibly tranquil in ` p existence. Here all Is movement and bun tIle, finx and speed; there evorything it lo perturbable, immemorabl, imnmutable slow.-Persia and the Persian Question, b; Hon. G. N. Curson. The Supernatural In the summer of 1808 were spending few months at Dunkerque. The Englis ounsnl at the time was hir John, then Majn Pringle. We saw a good deal of the famili and one day, during a walk over the danes after we had been talking of those "boding ansanctioned by the will that teach us t beware." Major Pringle related theafollow in; curious fulfillment of a dream. Whet a boy of fifteen, he dreamed that he me with a strapge accident-that he had faller in fact, into the orator of an active volcano and was only rescued from his perilous position by means of ropes with great diffi Dully, after many hours, it seemed, of der ance. The dream was so very vivid and circum stantial that it made a great impression of the boy's mind, and he mentioned it it several people. Years passed away, whet Pringle chanced to be in Sicily, and hers he joined a party of young Englishmen it making the ascent of Mouns Etna. Thel attempted too close an examination of thi crater, Pringle lost his footing, and wae precipitated into a cuplike depressioz from which it was impossible for him tl extricate himself. In this terrible predica ment the recollection of his dream flashec upon him. For years he had never thoughi of it, but now the horrible nightmare war reproduced in all its fearful realism. After a long and anxious delay he was rescued by means of ropes, precisely as he had been in his dream. Sir John Pringle was a man o1 undoubted veracity, and though a Scotch. man, was not addicted to a belief in aseoond eight.-Temple Bar. Aeorittes. The phenomena of shooting stars and other luminous appearances in the sky long acted as stimulants to the superstitions fears of the multitude. A red appearance was a fiery sword dipped in blood, a sinu ous wavy line a fiery serpent, a number of such lines a fiery dragor, a number of di verging lines a rod for the scourging of na tions. The church also encouraged super stition. As shooting stars were common in Angust, about the time of the festival of St. Lawrence, they were said to be "the tears" of that martyr. But it is time to introduce a little science into the subject. In 1796 a stone weighing fifty-six pounds was exhibited in London. It was said to have fallen from the sky in Yorkshire in the previens December, but this statement was received with great in credulity. At that time Sir Joseph Banks was presidetit of the Royal society, and he noticed a strong resemblance between the Yorkshire stone and one sent to him frorm 8iena. in Italy, which was said to have fallen from the sky. Two or three years later he received an account of a fall of stones near Benares, in Hindustan. A chemical analysis of the stones from all three sources 1roved them to be identical in composition, and incredulity as to their meteoric origin' began to give wayv.-N1(tea and Queries. F It Will Cover the Field. Helena Herald: The Herald is the pioneer of Montana journalism. It has survived all its early cotempo arice. It has not changed its politics or name. It remains the prop erty of its proprietors. It enters uion a career of expanding usefulness with the opening of the coming year. Under cir cumstences more provoking than we care to recite, for the last four years it has been subjected to a competition very unfair, which roads its controversy unequal, wnich our readers fully understand, but that competition has ceased. There are threats to revive it, ard possibly ambitious gentle men may very unwisely attempt to ressurect the Journal. When they have sunk their thousands and scores of thousands, at some inopportune hour it will disappear in the same gulf which has swallowed up its pre decessors. 'J here is room here for a daily republican paper which the He-ald will continue to occupy. We contemplate its enlargement, and if it shall seem desirable we shall change it to a morning pacer and we shall add to its editorial and reportorial fo ce. Good Company for the U e nkey. A certain lawyer of this city, who is dis tinguished not only in his profession, but as a man of affairs, owns a delightful summer home in Vermont. His neighbors there tell this story aboat his youngest child, a girl not more than 10 years of age. After mnch coaxing this little girl has prevailed upon he: frither to buy her a donkey and a cart. The tirst day of the donkey's arrival he wee peraritted to browse ott the lawn. The child followed the little animal about, and thinking his countenance wore sri unic om mointy sad expressioti, she cautio usly ap.. troached hits, arid, st'ukinig his nose geon ly with tier soft little hands, cooed in his ear: Iroor donkey! you feel lonesome. don't yrcui Slut river minird, papa will he here to morrow, and thent you will have company."* -New York Timers. St Woculit lie Safe. A ciahitter, aiioyed Iry lohacco ohewine, thus e-otto to Iris ctrngrr-igationr ''fake ycrur ijuid cit totraor rout of your imouth otn cnti-rii thte heous,, of God, and gently lay it un the outer edtge ot the aideucik or on thre tetire, it will positively be thrire when you~i ccnot,l.'r a rut wcen't aakeoit, acat wuci't rake it. it dir0 won't take it, tisitber will a kueg. Ycut are ct i-nn of ycour quid whiri yin crc atter et. Nit the filthiest var rmin ori arith wrirlil triuih it.'' IT IHAS tLEN WELL SAID THAT BREAD IS THIE STAFF OF LIFE 1;10, to e .: 11014 thtii:. ia; it should h, Lottie in mInd that this ui ly hidve relfr1 ne only to the liiht spongy loaf imltui Iwii tiio hlbcst Flour, like thu 1 II Erand o1 thu N I ., 'tru IM4illinq Co. Be sure tlat a foc iunti 0,1 the Ufove is on each back. =FRED SASSi Mealetaeaot Wt CIGARS. hbolseale and retall dealer in Imported and Domestic Ciga1.. Uleareltes and Smokes' Arti. eles. LArgest and bet aeseertmeat of Arise Wood, Meebrchaum ald Fanef Pipe in the aits No. 135 Iorth Nail St.. Hlenla, If There Is One Man Who does not know where to buy his butter this winter, it would seem high time that he did. Of course every man knows his own BUSINESS, but if a man does know his business he wants BUT. TER on his bread. Some men don't kngw whether their bread is BUTTERED or not, but no matter how much or little a man knows, he wants BUTTER on his Bread. But as to BUTTER, there is only one place to buy it to advantage. How? BUTTER by the tub, BUT TER by the bucket, BUTTER by the pound and BUTTER. BROADWAY GROCERY CO. 515 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE 50. Godensed Milk ....FROM THE... . STATE OF MAINE Special attention is invited to our CONDENSED MILK. It is absolutely pare. We guar antee it. Our grazing is of the richest. Our water supply from spring, lake and stream is of the purest. Our cattle are guarded by State Officials and our own Local In spectors from all disease of what ever nature, therefore protecting parents and their children from the deadly Microbes and Baccili, so commonly found in milk, Purity and Richness are the lead ing characteristics of our goods. Aroostook Condensed Milk COMPANY. Bach, Cory & Co., Distributing Agents for Montana. MINK'S OPERA HOOSE. J. C. REMINGTON, Manager. £ SPECIAL..1 MONDAY, NOV. 21. FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY. Reapoearance of the brilliant young Co-iesian, CHARES DICKSON Supported by his own merry company in FURIOUS 100 NIGHTS RANTIC UNNY IN NEW YORK ALL ALL ROARS INUOJk ROARS -PRECEDED BY "The Salt Cellar," In wthich MR. DICKSON also appears. Feats: $1 50 $1.25, $1, gallery Sec. On sale at Pope & O'Connor's- Saturdaymorning, Nov. 19. WACHONG LUNGCo. Wholes is and retai1 Chlnese goode of avery descr p1tion. ie. Nut oil and Teae of all kinds. lenn block, 211 isouth Main street. The olet rit andpro- Fatablishd18 LINDSA Y & Co., -DEALERif IN FRUIT AND PRODUCOE. HELENA, MONTANA. New York on-i Fresh Oysters tiweut filer* I c iv , ceuvy Hw~e l'otatoees Itejpil rjy by enress GROCERIES WHOLESALE-PRICES ANYBODY BUYING A CASE OF CORN, SUCCOTASH, APRICOTS, TOMATOES, PUMI KINS, EGG PLUMS, PEAS, SWEET POTATOES, GREEN GAGES, STRING BEANS, CALIFORNIA PEACHES, GOOSEBERRIES, LIMA BEANS, PEARS, GRAPES, JAMS, JELLIES, PRESERVES, OR SYRUPS, From us will not only get them at their lowest wholesale 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. ___ _ & Soliit leriallti1 e Colh1pany 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 en or Address J. B.'HOSHAW, M. D., Medical Director. s08 FIFTH AVE., 33LANA. MORTANA I LRED A. BHIULLS, Manager. ESTABLISHED 1855. H. M. PARCH EN & CO., 0 0 0 LEADINS * e e 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. Are You Interested in Gold Mlining? If so, investigate thoroughly the wonderful results obtained by the CRAWFORD MILL. This mill, from actual working tests, has achieved greater results, grown in popularity more rapidly and is to-day going into more mining camps than any other mill. Its simplicity, cheapness, high saving powers on base ores fills a long needed want, and hundreds of low grade base mines heretofore lying idle can now be worked as good dividend-paying properties. No one interested in a gold property should fail to investigate this mill. Illustrated catalogues can be had and a working model seen, and all information obtained by applying or calling at our office. LINGHAM & EILBECK, Agents, Atlas Building, Helena, Mont, ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURNITURE, CARPET, NEW MUSIC HOUSE. WALL PAPFR AND Bon8s Fal'slhillng go01s 01on Pianxos, Organs, Orguinettes, Guitars, Violins, Accordions, Hon.. enlarged to four times former eapacity. AND A FULL LINK O) Five iomm ense fleors .tending through the MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. A stook greater than that of all other Helena Bole agents for Steinway & Sons Bohmer, ,cese comnbined. tiabler bros.. Wegman. Maeon ,ifamlin. birig,, Cash pnrchaaee mad straight carload ship- and other first-class planas. route only. iiFOrderr will reselve urampt attention. W"Low prices and easy terms ::llL N:.AL, * M.019TTA 1STA SWEND CARLSON FOR SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES' FINE SHOES AT W. E. THISTLEWAITE'S, For One Week, Commencing Nov. 16, 1892. ( AUKENPHAST, l alie' bine ongolnl ii1, quare toe, pat ent tip, late, land turns]. Price, $5 .. ..... ... teduced to $1.00 Ladi fine Dungola (iii, cloth top, lace, haul turned, patent tipi. Price, $1.5t.. ... ... luced to l.50 Ladie.' fine Dolngla Kid, button. hand turned, oper 'on or "commom n nenon." lIrks, $1 n.........Reduced to $a.50 Leuliba' fine tiirgola Kid, button. patent tip. mhii tutor ir 'd t n0 ..... ....c Reduced to $3.25 Ladles' tU n golaKhi. button. hand welt c it .'5.0 ..tu ....... iledi cod tou $3.00 Latire' IMlachine Sewed Floes, u.t the name rednetiiu, in all priers.... f rum $1.50 to $2.50 I carry the celebrated U. 1' Ieed Wauken th't,t, uhemout comufrtable and durable bhle for Ladle . Ladies' Over Gaiters...... ...... ...SSc to $1.25 W. E. Thistlewaite, MAIN NTRItIETOI'POt1TIT (.OL4)1133OCK STEELE, HINOSON & Cf., * * " JOBBERtS OF*** Bay, Grain, Flour, Fee], Rolled Oas CORN IMEaAL, z*OTATOEs, ETC. Correspondence with ranchmen nolleited. an we are always ready to puite oats in large quantItIes fur Dash. Wholesale Agants for the Celebrated Royal Banner and Pride of the Valley Flour. Telephone Nu. 10e. 1522 Bozerman St. b ear N. P. kaseenger Depot. EVERYTHING IN Montana Sapphires IS IN THE OUTTING. Have You Had Any Cut -BY 0. DE SOLA MENDES & CO. 51-68 Maiden Lane. N. Y. ISt.Watient Acadelay. The Musical Department of Rt. Vinest'. Academy during the present soholasti year wvill be in charge of Sister Mary Zoe * * ASSISTED B13 . . Bliss Lizzie O'JNeil Thneoungh instructors In every branch of the art. Mite O aeIIs nec initles ars. gilno and voire-cuituro. and that .he L high ly quali ed mny be oinged from tile tact that .he has taken1 a ireyear's eonr,. of training under noted EUROPEAN PROFESSORS. Studies will be ram6med in 8. Vincent's ths fntIrstTeaday of Sheitemeber.