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Farsted by not moving to Australia. Now tempertu are well started44.5. e winll riskm the anger o rural editors0 Local forecast: Fair, warmer. Iby alooksseking though John Chto leinat upan had one run for his moneysecond ind. FROLevi present indications, the label will not be removed from Rev. Henry Preserveed Smith. eny have not yet learned that a free silTer craze was responsible for thory ise Australian bank filureion that the B LET Helena property owners prepare to receive the oholera and the Spanish inifante, whether they come or not THE pridelofty Zeindifferi Dwiggins hills when he thintcs how his resources were wasted by not mom overlooking to Australia. Now THAT the crops are well started, re wbyteill risk the anger of rural editors by asking the weather mother stolet up Having had one run for his money, Levi P. Morton is in a good position to deny the Sun's rumor that elena will try it again. ter her is ore truth than poetry in Justice Brewer's opinion that the Ber ing see arbitration will go against the United States. THE lofty indifference of Messrs. Cor bett and Mitchell should not prevent Peter Jstatuekson from overlooking the Presbyterian assembly. Ifeat our friends on the other sieunvei will take Pennoyer's advice and attend to their own business, Helena will look af ter her own race meeting. OUT of courtesy to many outof M-town people whoswill isit us Saturday, Col. Lockey should take down that window aign. Some of them might believe it. Whav re not prepared to criticise the silver statue, but safely prediet that the feature of the unveiling will be the best of the many famous speeches of Mon tana's silver-tongued orator, Major Mar tin Maginnis. ATTEnDAnCE at the World's fair thus far has fallen ninety per cent below ex pectations because railroad companies have failed to play fair in tie matter of rates. It is not too late, however, to change the situation. WE are glad to learn that Chairman nl Carter will remain in Helena. When the republicans of Montana insist on of- d fering a good-looking sacrifice for the presidential altar, our own Carter will a be right in the heart of the country. s TaHE only complaint THE INDEPEN- Ii DENT has heard of the Anaconda shoot is that the weather was not good. We don't know who was to blame for this, but visitors who say that the social side of t that town is not right side up don't know a good time when they have it. FuoaM California comes a long, reso- ] rant roar over her World's fair exhibit, t though the appropriation was the third I largest. One canvo of similar com- i plaints from other states is that the am- t bitious citizen overlooks other resources t in the belief that h:s slat-e is the !,ett of i all. AN interesting hit of news from WstVns. ington states a general belief that Blount is now United States minister to Hlawaii though tlue appointment has never been ollicially pri,ulgated. If this be true, we believe it to be the fir:+t situation of the sort ever known in this country. The mission of 1Blount was kept secret along with his instructions, a procedure entirely proper and leces sary in the handling of diplomantic at fairs of a delicate nature. \We fail to see any reason why his appointment as minister should not be known rollicially. if the appointment has really been made. IT is good to learn that tih World's fair will be open next Sunday. 'That I decision of the commissioners should have tLeeo reached long ago. The ur gumenrts on both sides I hve hI:n re hearsed in all phases and leave but once conclusion to every fair-ilinded citizen; that is, that the ixl:osition can Ih opened without violating any laws which give the A merican sabbath its righteous place in the week's calendar. In this way alone will the thousands of work ingmon be permitted to view t1iis groat object lessen of the worhi's resources and progress. Let us hope that they will not be deprived of the privilege through any change in the latest decl sion. TniROt'ou his favorite borne organ, the Bun, old Father Knickerbocker asks his subjects to get out on the glorious fourth and have an old-time celebration. He wants flags, speeches, songs, brass all th adjunote of ai IlttId ia~eitRti blow out. Good for the old etae. T'h* people of Helenas should be right with him, and to time should b ite0 In prp.i eration. Tahe celebration was over looked'last year, but this year let the eagle scream from the topmost orag of T Mount Helena, while the Lband $hys an Yankee Doodle. Let us a nhristrper# Columbus of a time in this glorious, Co. lumblan year. ------i----- we Wz are pleased to learn that the Hon. Lewis Baker, minister from the United m States to Nicaragua, is at his journey's l end, and from the incidents thereof are at doubly pleased to find new causes for congratulations to both countries. It in appears that the noble ship bearing Col. TI Baker was approaching the harbor of ni San Juan when a large and noisy Krupp gun was aimed at the colonel, who was Is standing In the forecastle. It was T quickly withdrawn, however, when the a gunner saw the target and the journey wI was continued in peace. Did Baker W blanch with fear and trembling, and did his well jointed Minnesota frame fold de itself like a pocket drinking cup? 1 Not much. Heo was the same Baker who , fought the Minnesota coal combine. ii A SORROWFUL ANNIVnRSART. w In the calendar of local anniversaries, di yesterday was remembered with sor rowful interest. One year agog the flags eh were at half mast, business was bus pended and at the street corners were gathered groups of citizens discussing a common loss which seems to grow in upon us. That this anniversary should be remembered was most befitting, and when the last te light of yesterday's sun leaped through C the little cemetery in the valley, it left M the grave of Colonel Broadwater covered ci with beautiful flowers. The Commer- c cial Club had in this appropriate way remembered the dauntless spirit, the is unwavering loyalty, and splendid per- na sonality of Helena's best friend. It was h a memorial day to call forth the interest w of all. The nation has decreed that one m day of next week shall be set apart to re call with flowers and emblems the mem- w ory of fallen heroes; yesterday we o thought of that hero who had fallen in o the light for Helena. k Is it not a good time to remind our S citizens of that spirit which infused us a all, which threw life, vigor and hope Is in every public undertaking and enter prise, which never knew defeat? Let p gentlemen who paint signs on windows a and others of his kind think for a mo- 6 ment of one man's labor for this town; let t them fancy where other towns would be sa without the men who stand together i for progress, push and public spirit. t, These are the every-day, heroes of life in new communities, and to them every e man owes both assistance and encour agement; they represent that spirit of s success which makes all prosperous. e Every property owner in Helena ought to represent a measure of that spirit. The future of the city depends upon them and through their efforts alone b can we hope to make Helena great. Let them get together and resolve to work on these lines from now on. PRAYER BETTER THAN GOLD. We are constramed to believe that b our late legislature was think ing of prayer when it chose the Spanish derivation of that word for use on the state seal. There is a wide difference between the mottoes "Oro Y Plata" and "Ora Y Plata." 1 The former means gold and silver and 9 the later prayer and silver, or pray for d silver, or something of that sort. We B shall have to ask Senor Don de Juan Reed for authority. There is no doubt, however, that the praying part is in it somewhere and of this we would speak. We know why Gov. Rickards over 3 looked the error; we know why our long n suffering legislators bore unjust bur dens and we know-yes, with that joy which knows no bounds-we know the source of that truly beautiful and de vout spirit which dared to transpose a letter in recognition of the unselfish labors of law makers. The authors, if we recall the name of the joint committee rightly, are Sena tor C. II. Eggleston, late missionary to the lower works, Roev. James H. Mur phy, who has gained much prominence by opposing Sunday opening at the World's fair, Hen. Absalom F. Bray, of , the diocese of Cornwall, and Senator d1Paris Gibson, who deserves to be a , bishop if he is not. These are the gen - tleman who behlevethat prayer is better Sthan gold and we would propose a ris m ino toast, were it not for the well known f.act that they are opposed to such matters. IAs the etate's motto stands now we it are asked to pray for silver, and in view to of a pirico no better than 83 cents we are s quite willing to take tie advice. After a i thttwe will join 1)r. Sunderland in t in . .i.g hII ion Ni,. 53i:. CAPI'. I1AMINEl'S 'IR)MOTION. It Is One TIat Is I'leailnn to tire Army The A-my and Navy Journal in Its last Iasue contained the following: "The army bus suom good reanonl to be pleased with the oe ecticn of Capt. Wm. II. l1amnor, 'Twentieth infaontry, as pnayra utar in the army, with the rank of major. The al pointment was made May 17. Aside from being it ar out worthy oflice- with a splendid war record and long servico, who has been particularly unfortunate in p onmotloi, his selection mouns that noppoint.?uts in the staff corps will bo confieod to ofiloers in the army. I his would be ill the more coin of ting could the avorng ollicrr fully appreciato th:u trials in:n t ibula tioni of the nploilntirni It ,wir in re :stinen the temtnendoues resiure from cnididiter fromn civil lii. for thesr dosirnble billets. Inoluding a tunmber of old appli eationlo nortlled by their authors there were over 400 1ppillcations on tile for thlls ollice. (lCapt. laurnner eute-od the se vice at the age of 17, in 1Tr6i. lie is now tire senior entrivor of the hombardmnent of "o.t Soreuter in 1l1., at which tin, ho ren dcred dlletiniutbaled services, for which hbe received a medal from the chaimber of corn merce In New York. kie served through the war, and since its close has been almost continually with his regiment on the west mrn frontier." A, t,; finn. weather appiachi, we are riotind I tl fhlit Ihaiy nllllt hinAn a, tluch air and sunlight :rus pio-hibl;o i hrefllr, it is very important that yoll tbuhy a lbaby carriman at oneJ. lThe beet and Schestpebt line In the crty can be found at 'be k· e klivn. w, Btaau ailas. be a vejb. E1 > The tigted s tates ss a brook, E1 mloo n wiane t Pe w bobato s lnler tom.of Ii t 4 t at $9,a00 and went i e fin . Thea & r, a iater n ab r f aoppae ny of e u leha, ia Inourpeoreion Itha the eets tl ~ The anpeid etooik i o00.. WII - rooi, n, Petloonm ind 0. W.1 5 are the inooiporr orp . h "ol ' Au ie foa ro a 14 n the. in 0e last nliht clled oat the city hal fi@ . Tbhe.ire sarted In the rear portiof a small noyoopied fratne dwel fid fo oplosite th f'onudry. Ba t littley Hicll w l was done. The firemen ttink eshea a were of Incendiary origin. . Thel. A. Lmbeth hst taken up hie rest. drencern the cito for a sew weeks in order to nget ot'eto . et Locis gulech eok .dy, where he is sining a 300 foot shft i~ the Paymaster. He expects to relorn for the. sumedme thJe iroadwatere when he has T lired for fneary four jeers. I Ncat i. the eoovenig a mem orlloeal etrie oi gle oa't Mt. Pauo's gMetlhodilt Upis td caylsterlI. H er. Je Weslet Hil 'will iS bhest . A id all eon et societes Of thoe a hecity -hbave .a" ivited to attend. The tl churoh will be appropriatly decorated. A The tfiAS ths train over the Great : Northern to arrive in Spokane for ten days got there Thesday morning, The ine is now open through to St. Paul, and as the mountain streams whikch ave given the .i reat Noerthern so much trouble are now ' receding, no further troqble is expected. C. G. Miller was fined e22 and cots yes terda by Judge Crutoher on the chrge of carrying concealed weapons. nd 'falling to nay weas committed to the county, Jail. Miller is the man whe wasi' miled np inihe chase of the colored man on Clore strelt a - couple of weeks ago, in which she pursued broke his leg. Albert I. Loeb, one of the rising yoeng i, lawyers of Montane, has severed his oon nection with Toole & Wallace. and will hereafter have his oTfle in rooms 18 and 20, Merohants' National bank building. He was a pupil of Warren Toole's for several years, and is a graduate of the law depart ment of the University of Miehigan. The first arrest under the new gwem law was made by Game Warden MoKainistr , of BOtte, a few days ago. John Hayesl em. ployed on the construction force hat .qiL on the 13. A. & P. railroad, is ohargledwitb killing certain wild geese and ducksm be tween the let of January and the 1dt o September. in violation of section 10 of an act of the lssislative assembly, apptpved last March. The work of repairing the washouts on the Cedur d'Alene branch of the Northern Pacific is progreessng rapidly The dam age done between W aree. Idaho. and Spokane has been so ftl repaired as tb jus tify the auounoemesnt that trains will run through to-day. The daimge dond this side of Wallace is much mole severe, how ever, and it will be two or three days be fore trains will be again making througih trips., The recent issue of a St. Paul paper prints a out of the Montana float that will be in the Hill celebration at St. Paul, June 7. It will be light blue in color, repre. senting a scene on the plainl and a number of cowboys branding a steer, At one end is a cowboy, standing near his pony, The sides of the float are decorated with~pnita tion jewels, gold and silver. Blue, amber, pink, red, purple, heliotrope and orange Lights sparkle over and around. The.orae blankets are blue, fllsgreed in silver: e'. PERSONAL. Geo. F. Roach, of Great Falls, is a sitor p in Helena. t John C. E. Barker, of Neihart, was in F town yesterday. John Longmaid, the mtiing man of Salt Lake, well known in Montana from his connection with the Drum Lummon, Penobsoot and other enterprises, is a vis itor in Helena. The Great Northern departures yesterday were J. C. Clark for St. Paul, Mrs. J. C. F, Clark for Cincinnati, Rev. T. G. Stewart for Chicago. Mrs. . . J. Nye, Mrs. J. A. Yand and Mrs. Sophia Anders for Amster dam, N. Y. Patrick Wickam, of Boulder, is a visitor R in Helena. He is the father of John Wickeam, under arrest at Billinls to answer an indictment for murder committed in Wyoming in connection with the restler trouble there a year ago. Mr. Wickam comes to Helena in the interest of his son. Emily Frizzell. Mrs. F. T. Webb, Miss Ada M. Webb and Wm. A. Rowlan for Chl cago, Mrs. N. Treloar for Galena, Ill.. O. H. Howard for St. Paul, M. bardo and wife for Minneapolis, Sir William Brooks and Lady B~ooks and maid for Chicago, A. M. Weinberg for :t. Paul, A. F. Thompson for Seattle, J. J. MoCarthy for COniego. were among the departures via the Northern Pa cifo yesterday. For the Gate of the Mounatanes. The Helena Cab and Transfer company will run a twenty passenger exonrsion wagon in connection with the steamer Bose of Helena to the Gate of the Mountains for the summa'. Fine livery rigs of every de scription always on hand. JonusoN & FrISCHEn Prop'. Telephone 125. Arrivals atThe Helena. Geo F Boesch, Great Mrs. McKendrick, alils hlaryovillao Mrs it TBaylies, Marls- J Hoary Loadmaid. vwlle Emt ire John Loadmaid. Salt A M 'e'nberg, NY Lake C('ity S Wallker. lomresy C L Clhristiancy, Jr. C ( l.ittleioeld, Mil Caronado Bluoech. (:at waukee G A Jeffery, Lt. I anl S H tireenwood. St John C 1 aerker. Nei- Louio hart F H irtil, Chicago Henry 1' Kolb, Omaha A (unther. Milwaukee A J hlMilurd, Mil- Robt Ii Was6. Phila Swaukeo do!pbia J WV Mo., Poston Wni leIty. Helena C: N (iorharn, St Iaul Mrs N Ilalanger, A 1' tinclair, an eoran- Maideo cisco Arrtival at triou Cranid Central. E I Allan, ov York Will Kenndly. Boulder city W 11 T'l'riplet, eer SA h Na.ythnl. (Chicago Lodge M hIville I) Lanon,. ,d- Court wrlariff and son, rnae- aenet , Ili Per. Canyon larry kirn." W C Iirkl e;ul, Marys I en I riser. Mlryevillo villa IJ ti 'rith. Iilder 1' . Kelly. "'potano SAK Krilll. l)undeo CH lit w hltte. farrow SAT I .ntield. Harrow John I eumran, Living-. J It (iren. layton. U tont t ha; hl MLaygr, .arys- G(iorg. S'mymour. I ark Svilla i d t hrear, t:. Paul ia I,) l.nvie , Wiken H Bran,'h-.llliott. On t' 1, Fowler, ,liutolll ownga,. iLi,.h i 1. I WVilralhime, Marys- E. athil.), \lHorestyr, I villo, - ]la. qMrs I help.s Wrcestor, (i 'ollpen. I)lluth Ma.e W I otter. t ulhth a L, t ttlhbin,. lllonsa W hVllon, .l.eoburg it No.enn Wit'koe Froed W l arkonu, Slt 1 O Colo. 'I huraton Paul The Graindon. V The only first-olaes European hotel in the city. S hItsl the best rooms, all modern convenl encee, with cafe in the building. Corner .Rixth avenue and Warren street. J. J. SIltolhrbaugh, manager. ltapid transit eleo 4 trio oars pass the door. a Notice. f II. 11. Ashlley, formerly proprietor of the " Central stables on Edwards street, has te _ moved to the barn No. 1il Park avenue, tb known as the Piatt & MoComeas barn, .t where he has greatter facilities for accom it- modatlug his numerous patrons. Hle hat just urehasod from the Milburn Manu Ifaturing compalrv, of St. Louoi, oue of the tfineat fItteen passenger wvoanelts ever lte brought to lielens. II. II. Auilrvy. at '1 elephone 204. l'roprietor. •e New line of laces lust receitul at The Bee Hive. 1*16 4N I~ v | H tt | ? Rý y l ýii lba Kilt +Cf i IMN n g e Vl d! IA !!ilI Ieee. wP has The so iw ewe a lb.,si tief t IPIidtteW t ae tieu. The 9 ýr.RO*UtaiS "tre Oharlie ~ .~h DItI t 06o M kng Dwye *64 ow w~~oit s e .R arn eth an who i shw W ml uatradeid the prettlwdin whth telaeh ever ewe at eite n s e fotr to cIieer pud the wboi! petlote wano r. Oake'e 61Lver (.L(, ive with avio r sad disk tbt would do cr-it to Aie beat . feosl o ol5. , Th'e earO u reie parade n whcrhe Helena ebar r E9S Qit Iktd Slver uaiol PeeiAp tq aeld tkO World's lair, +HlesIs He!th and Pat.uabout Januo. 1. They will e Ieped1elI tUiiin5 slleeper through to tihlaob withetat aengubno mo in_ stops of one day esoh at (tar/eld Baseh. oaltt Lake. Denver, ]ceanlte Speisge a-nd K.Im5ICI$(. Psritf iab tl~~~ o Join - zou eioI suld all oualr adroese B. A-. 0t6eele ta speroltendont of schools. Helens._ Always use your own atdsutenS a to what is beet, but we would like to advise you that witch fel ream is the best for chapped hands., rog skin ahd beuntifyin. the compk.eion. 'lr t and be €onvmiao.. 1A drugIst keep i. BOlN. BROWN-Msy 14. to the wife of Walter I. Brown, aeson. Vera Rebekah Lodge 1. O. F. No. 1A. Meet. second nad fonMth Thursday in e.ai mbnth at I. O. O. 1. hall. Jackson street. Vil iting members areM1Bs j cordiilly invited RT attend. MiSSrr~r YlDtlO BUrT. N. 0.o Max. Mixxira LTrrz,. Rom . eo. Myrtle Lodge No. 3. Meets every Thursday. Remnlar m"es of above lodge A ill be hela thth 1 hured5W even ns at eig~ht o'oloak sharp. So 0 fourning hr.ters are kindly in rited to attndo. W R. B. asir • raa. I 01. JAr ebL odl L Ot. (1 .0o. s Y~t~cod u iLedb asardd . r D ENTI TRY. No sore mouth by using one of my plates lined with Gold. The finest and best fitting plate made. Equal to solid Gold. Best Teeth on Rubber - - - $10.00 Extracti - -- - - .50 All kinds of filling cheaper than ever before. Call and examine plate and get the lowest prices in the city. All work guaranteed First-Class. DR. A. E. KROMER, Thompson Block, Opposite Grand Central motel. Saturdays from 8 to 12 EXTRACTING FREE Want a Wheel? We are agents for the CLEVELAND and ARIEL High-Grade BICYCLES We also handle Western Wheel Work maket Ladies' Wheels, Second-band S Wheels chep. Anderson & Swendeman, CORRESPONDeNCE BOLICITEP. THE CLEARANCE SALE OF GROCERIES Inauguratedby us last Monday is a great success. We are selling for CASH ONLY. Broadway Grocery Co. Speelal Dellyery. Telephone 50. * FISHING GOOD S. Finest line of Fishing Goods in Montana. Everything that an Angler can use. All the latest novelties for '98 now in. and an a -ort ment of Rode. Lines. Fly fooke. Fly Books, Reel., otc.. that will interest yoa to look at, whether you fish or not. Prices re right, anad will fit any pooket-book. fator lean. Bole agent for H . Le Lonard Rods. mfet in the world. Complete line of Onns and Sporting Goods. M. H. Bryan's Gun Store, 103 BROADWAY. hELENA. i.. . SMITH. J. A. BLAC. SMITH & BLACK, 5 Contractors and Builders. Shop No. 19 Jackson Bt.., Corner Freonkeor de neat to Ming's Opers House. ¶ielens,'Mcit. Do contreating and joblbinag bslses. All orders promptly executed. MARYSVILLE Iron Works e. Geladred a Co.. Preprietors. Iron and Brass Founders and Machinists. e All kindof Milling. Minioa and onbentratlnt r Machlnery Made and Repaired. Chilled car heels. :rnr Shoes and Dies, 'ornibh Roll. Mining Uate. All orders will rewolve prompt attention. e . O BOX e MAIltSTVILLKs MOII Oe l oWa tR-thriRa R'' 41t J, =' k t' "- : , 1 ' ' , F .. ' , rk' W . . A.o o at rates-?, 8i, @ io per 1 0 eq t w .t .ais t borkoWrid E s**RR sPt Rs low as possible, add state iia amnut frl t tom St $ii A. M. THORNBUtRGHI DENVER BLOCK. HELENA Glarke,. Gonrad & Gurtin HARDWARE AND STOVES. Our line of House Furnishing Goods is more extensad than ever before and are offered at prices lower than anywhere else. We are now ready for the rush and you will find our floor covered with a full line of Refrigerators and Ice Chests, Rubber Garden ,Hose, Hose Reels, Hose Nozzles, Lawn Sprinklers, Ice Cream, Freezers, Bird Cages, Squirrel Cages, Parrot Cages, Galvanized WireE Netting for Lawn Fencing. Ring up Telephone No. go. Write or Call at NO. 42 AND 44 SOUTH MAIN STREET Our Motto is "Fair Dealing to All." CARL GAIL, President. E. BUMIPLER, Vice-President and Treasurer. IL UNZICKER, General Manage- and Seore.tal h M. UNZICKER, Western Representative. GHIGAQO IRON WORKS, * " " " 3UILD535 O * 9 S 0 Gold Mille, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelt ing, Concentrating, Leach ing, Chlorinating, Hoisting and Pumping Plants of any E=i [ANDi capacity. Tpamways, Cor liss Engines, Compound En i ines, Roilers Care, Cages. RM a et Wheels and Axles and 1d all inds of Mine Supplies. 5 e zeslusive -asura I.aun.asteres ens Aasems f' 0e 0 I. I Brya's Roller ua~rz Mill an in y's hlprovld Triumph C anent Westein Offeei | nes a t 0i ua se erae NO. 4 LOWER MAIN STREET, CLYBOURN AV. AND WILLOW ST mHnIa MoabanJa. s o, THE above palace, known as THE MONTANA COLUM BIAN CLUB is now open to the reception of guests and is sec ond to no club in Chicago in loca tion, furnishings or service. All Montana people can find their home newspapers on file, tele graph messengers and telephone service, Columbian Coaching Club station. Montana people should have their mail addressed care of club, No. 291 Michigan avenue, Chicago. Membership tickets $10. We refer to the following Montana people who have visited the club: Gov. J. E. Rickards, Hon. A. H. Mitchell, Dr. Chas. F. Mussigbrod, Jas. Shields, W. L. Hoge, Hon. W. M. Bickford, Hon. W. A. Chessman, Or any Montana citizen who has visited the club. CHAS. S. WARREN, Pres. T. S. CORRIGAN, Treas. B, W. S. FOLK, Mapager. Now is the tileoo secure your Bedding Plants. I have a complete line of Pan sies, Verbenas, Carnations, Dian. than, Pinks, Colens, Asters, and many other kinds. Call and examine. The Wells Conservatory. ROSS CARTEE. LESSEE. ... PATENTS..ee United States and Foreign Pat. ents obtained and any information given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL,. Attorney at Law, Pittabnrgh Sleek, M.len.iMUes. JMvontana University. University Place, Near Helena Course Of ·astroelen 1, college. 4 College Prepraterr. 8, Isulnesa. 6, Nonw mat. I, Mole. 6, Art. .. Military. Aee latrbetleo lla kCmmo e raooobae Abie "laitruetie. |legaat bonldme. lead for Catateose to the Preldeat, E. P. Towa. A. f., D. D.