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Democrats Ratifying Free Wool and Low Tariff—A Dismal Pro cession. For a week the people of Helena have heard nothing from the mouths of local Democrats but the grand ratification meet ing which was to occur last night. ''Rati fy'' was in the Democratic atmosphere; "ratify" was upon the lips of every Demo crat in Helena; "ratify was emblazoned in the Democratic prints and displayed on the bill boards; "ratify" was visible on the countenance of every man who could afford to buy a five cent bandana and a c'-eap plug bat. And last night the devotees of FREE TRADE, FREE WOOL AND FREE LUNCH, under the auspices of the Democratic club of Helena, gathered together for the ratifi cation. After a long wait at Encore Hall the club managers, after wearing out their energies for a week trying to arouse en thusiasm, succeeded in mustering under the bandana standard about î)ü men and boys, who started out for a parade headed by a Republican band. Jnst think of it,! Ninety men with plug hats and bandanas and all in line, too! Such a procession has not been seen since the cortege following the remains of the last panper to the oeme tery. The gallant ninety, however, worked well to earn their wages and yelled en thusiastically along the line of march to the opera house. Some of the faithful little band, obedient to the Herald's sug gestions of yesterday, appeared with crape bands around their white plugs, but the majority wore the Republican campaign hat decorated with the Thurman bandaDa. The little column marched to the opera house, which was well filled by an audience comprising many Republicans, where the bottle of Democratic eloquence was uncorked and the stream of free trade oratory began to tlow. Let it be said here that this bottle rivals the famed flasks of the magician, who pours a variety of liquids from the same bottle. Unlike the wizard's, however, the Democratic elo quence bottle has one prominent charac teristic—it never gives out. The stream will fizz and pop and bubble and How calmly and serenely for a while, but the bottom of the bottle has never yet been reached. It pours out the same chest nutty, fallacious auds oporitic fluids when ever it is uncorked, but its full capacity remains untested. Last night the bottte HAD SEVERAL STOPPERS, and it was the wish of more than one in the audience that some of them had never t^en pulled. General Turner, E9q., attorney-at-law, Vice President Democratic club and Commander-in-chief of the Mon tana Militia, played master of ceremonies and manipulated the oratorical corkscrew. After inviting the prominent carpet bag gers and others to the platform, the Gtneral seized the corkscrew, gave it a t wist into the eloquence bottle and pulled out a oork labeled—"Wm. Wal lace, Jr, Young Thoroughbred of Montana Democracy, Attorney at Law and Officer of Dem. Club." With the pop of the cork, the stream of Mr. Wallace's oratory began to How into the receptacles provided by the ears of the self-sacrificing audience. These vessels soon filled up and overflowed, but still the gurgle of that silvery stream rippled melodiously through the narrow channels of free trade and the rocky banks of the treasury surplus. After nearly an boar's playing, the Cleveland-Thurman eulogistic fountain ceased and General Turner tackled ANOTHER BOTTLE with his corkscrew. But this cork was hard to pull. Finally it came out with a loud report, setting free a fizzing, sputter ing flow of sparkling old vintage from the lips of Hon. Sam Word, Corporation Attor ney, Democratic Leader, etc., etc. The second bottler proved even "dryer" than the first and put Mumm's dryest product in the shade. The liquid effervesced and the stream flowed rapidly, passing quietly by the shoals of free trade, but tossing noisily over the smooth bottom paved with the names of Cleveland and Thurman. Only part of the contents of this bottle were drained and the cork was put back, enclosing a generous supply of campaigu oratory for future use. Then, in response to calls from the audience, General Turner proceeded to draw a stopper labeled Wm. E. Cullen, which again set the stream of oratory going. It flowed for about fifteen minutes, scattering the spray of its endorsement over the "Man of Destiny" and the "Old Roman" and diverting its waters of con demnation into the convenient reservoir afforded by the Republican policy of pro tection. It was a late hoar when the flow of eloquence ceased, and there were still visible on the stage several untapped bot tles. Bat these were reserved for a future occasion and the assemblage was dismissed, after drinking from the well of Demo cratic eloquence undefiled for two hoars, to seek the free lunch counter or their homes. ___ THE HOODOO PARTY. Red Handkerchiefs in Hayti. laint Mery, describing the meetings of I'audoux (French), \ oodoo (American), : Each initiated person puts on a pair andals and places around his body a b or less considerable number of red Ikerchiefs, or handkerchiefs in which color is dominant. Red handkerchiefs— what might be expected of cannibal ges; but why sandals?"— American Lore Journal, 1888, Vol. 1, No. 1, page tie bloody Communists of France and cruel boll fighters of Spain use red I The Hoodoo flag of the Democratic y undoubtedly has had terrors for the : string districts of Mississippi and isiana, but they cannot frighten or fool tree people of the United States by ring their Hoodoo flags. ^ He Admired Thurman. Two days ago two young men, while untering ou Main street, near the ha* w e ,11 grounds, met a blustering apoloey of imauity, who stopped and addressed «•m as follows: . "Do j ou know of any Chinese citizens re ?" "Yes, sir; at the laundries lurther down e street," was the answer. "Are there any American citizens mnd ?" he further inquired. "You see two before you,' was the an rerer. He thereupon began to divest himself of s coat, evidently entertaining some ill ill against those respective nationalities, id willing to castigate the representatives either. e had partly divested himself, when one the young men let fly, lit behind his ,r and knocked him off his pins. He emed for a moment dazed ; then, sud snly springing to his feet, he started on a mble-quick down Main. In his hurry, iwever, he forgot his hat, and a few iure later he might have been seen hang g around the Northern Pacific depot earing a bandana and claiming that he as a Democrat from Indiana ; that he red next door for years to the Vice Presi mtial candidate, and had donned the indana out of admiration for the old an. Later, however, he was seen dili mtly searching alleys, back yards and >h cans for a covering for his pate. PNEUMONIA." Why not Call tbla Terrible Scourge by Its Rightful Name? (Neic York Telegram.) Many a strong, well-built man leaves home to-day ; before night he will have a chill and in a few hours will be dead! This is the way the dreaded pneumonia takes people off. The list of notable men who are its vic tims is appalling. It sweeps over the land like a scourge anil destroys poor and rich adike. Everyone dreads it. Its coming is sud den, its termination usually speedy. What causes it? Pneumonia, we are told, is invited by a certain condition of the system, in dicated if one has occasional chills and fevers, a tendency to cold in the throat and lungs, rheumatic and neuralgic pains, extreme tired feelings, short breath and pleuritic stitches in the side, loss of appetite, backache, nervous un rest, scalding sensations, or scant and discolored fluids, heart flutterings, sour stomach, distressed look, puffy eye sacs, hot and dry skin, loss of strength and virility. These indications may not appear to gether, they may come, disappear and reaptH ar for years, the person not re alizing that they are nature's warning of a coming calamity. In other words, if pneumonia does not claim as a victim the persons having such symptoms some less sudden but quite as fatal malady'certainly will. A celebrated New York physician told the Tribune that pneumonia was a secon dary disorder, the exposure and cold being simply the agert which develops the disease, already dormant in the sys tem, because the kidneys have been but partially doing their duty. In short, pneumonia is but an early indication of a bright's diseased condition. This im paired action may exist for years with out the patient suspecting it because no pain will be felt in the kidneys or their vicinity and often'it can be detected only by chemical and microscopical observa tions. Nearly 150 of the 740 deaths in New York City the first week in April (and in six weeks 781 deaths) were caused by pneumonia ! The disease is very obstinate, and if the accompanying kidney disorder is very' far ad vanced,recovery is impossible, for the kidneys give out entirely, and the patient is literally suffocated by water. The only safeguard against pneumonia is to maintain a vigorous condition of the system, and thus prevent its attacks, by using whatever will radically and effec tually restore full vitality to the kidneys, for if they are not sound, pneumonia can not be prevented. For this purpose there is nothing equal to Warner's safe cure, a remedy known to millions, used pro bably by hundreds of thousands and commended as a standard specific where ever known and used. It does not pre tend to cure an attack of pneumonia, but it does remove the cause of and present that disease if taken in time. No reason able man can doubt this if he regards the personal experience of thousands of honorable men. When a physician says his patient has either bright's disease or pneumonia he confesses his inability to cure, and in a measure he considers his responsibility ended. In many instances, indeed, per sons are reported as dying of pneumonia, heart disease, apoplexy and convulsions, when the real cause of death and so known by the physician is this kidney consumption. Thousands of people have it without knowing it and perish of it because their physicians will not teJJ them the facts ! The same fate awidta every one who will not exercise his judg ment in such a matter. ON COLE'S RANCH. That is the Place selected for the New Smeltei------A Thousand Acres of Ground and Plenty of Water. The location of the new smelting works was announced yesterday afternoon. The company has bought the Dr. Cole ranch of 320 acres on the Prickly Pear and a whole section of land adjoining from the Northern Pacific railroad, and here is where the new smelter will be built. The tract purchased comprises nearly 1,000 acres of land and is most eligibly situated for the purpose. The Prickley Pear creek runs through it, affording a bounteous sup ply of water, and the land lies on both sides of the Northern Pacific railway track. The Montana Central also touches it. Work will be commenced at once, under the supervision of Mr. A. Raht, the expert metallurgist. Mr. James L. McKay will have charge of the construction. Ground will be broken on Monday and it is thought the works will be in operation by the first of next December. The site of the works is about four or five miles distant from Helena and con venient in every particular. Court Martial Findings Disapproved. Washington, June 16 —The court mar tial in the case of Captain Thomas O Self ridge, of the United States navy, found that the evidence submitted did not sus tain the charge of neglect of doty, but the President has disapproved the find ings of the court. WEAK NERVES mes elery Qm (round Paine's Of.lert Coarpor nd is a Nerve Tonic which never fails. Containing Celery and Coca those wonderful nerve stimulants, it speedily cures all nervous disorders. RHEUMATISM Paine's Ceufuy Compound purifies the blood. It drives out the lactic acid, which causes Rheumatism, and restores the blood making orirans to a healthy condition. It is the true remedy for Rheumatism. KIDNEY COMPLAINTS Paine's Com Compound quickly restores the liver and kidneys to perfect health. This curative power, combined with its nerv« tonics, makes it the best remedy for all kidney complaints. dyspepsia Paine's Ceu.bt Compound strengthens the stomach, and quiets the nerves of the diges tive organs. 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Havens, charged ; with having shot and killed his wife, Ida Havens, on the night of the 22d of Sep 1 t ember, 1887 : I The County attorney, in opening the case 8 a ed that he would show to the jury the cnaracter of the defendant as a woman ' beater ; that he had, on numerous occa s ons, beaten and bruised the deceased and ; compelled her to lead a life of shame, against her will, in order that he might ' enjoy the fruit of her shame; that he had, on one occasion, beaten her with a black snake whip. The first witness for the prosecution then swore that the defendant had gone to his ; tent and stated that Ida had killed her self, whereupon he dressed himself and 1 accompanied the defendant to the tent I near by, where the deceased was found j lying on the bed, in a state of nndity with her hair hanging over the foot of the bed. That Havens, in describing how she came to her death, said that when be woke np she was sitting np in bed divesting herself of her night dress. Asked what she was doing, and received reply that she was changing her clothes preparatory to leaving him; that he asked her not to leave, and about that time he heard the report of a pistol and she fell over on the bed ; that be was in bed and she fell over his feet. He did not state whether there was a light in the tent : that there was no light in the tent when the witness arrived there. Other witnesses were then called who testified to statements that the de fendant had made which contradicted his first statements of how she came to her death. There were blue marks on her throat showing the outline of a thnmb and fonr fingers, as if she had been seized by the throat, and blood was fonnd on the defendant's pants. Physicians will be called in the morning to testify as to the condition of the deceased. THE MAN CONVICTED. Great Falls, June 14.— [Special to the Herald.]—The jury has returned a verdict of murder in the second degree in the Hav ens marder case. The defendant received the announcement stoically and exhibited no emotion. His counsel at once moved for a new trial. The theory of the defense was that the woman had committed snicide. It claimed the man's character had been exaggerated. Defendant swore that his wife was in the centre of the bed near the foot when he awoke, and asked her not to leave. He heard a report immediately and sne fell dead. He at once notified the authorities. The body had been moved before the doc tors saw it. Two witnesses for the prosecution testified that she bad threat ened to go where he could never find her. He had no quarrel with her that night. The expert testimony of physicians was very contradictory. Dr. Reed swore it was possible for the woman to have shot her self and that the ball would take the same course. No powder marks were found on the body. The finger marks on the neck were said to have been made on the ni>&ht previous. Defendant had married a woman out of a bad house three years ago. Donnelly and Stanton made a strong de fense. The court room was crowded until near midnight. Great Falls, Jane 16.—[Special to the Herald.]—Merritt L. Havens has been sen tenced to eighteen years in the penitentiary Donnelly, his lawyer, made a pathetic plea for mercy. The court stated that he had intended to send up the prisoner for life, but a f ter hearing the counsel bad changed ! his mind. The court expressed his opinion that the defendant was the lowest creature i ever before him. Havens is in good spirits : and quite jubilant over his sentence. His actions since the verdict have been such as to leave but little doubt that he committed ! the murder. To Open the Convention. Chicago, June 15.—It has been decided the convention will be opened by singing the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" to the tune of "John Brown's Body." Miss Paul ine Rommess, of Chicago, and Third Pres byterian church, will be the soloist, and the whole convention will join in the chorus, g Valuable Freight Burned. Philadelphia, June 15.—While switch ing cars on the Pennsylvania railroad this p. m., the rear car of the train, a loade- oil tank car, bumped into two other cars load ed with refined oil, and the oil at once took fire and twenty-four cars laden with gen eral merchandise, were burned. Loss, $100,000._ ^__ Bond Offerings. Washington, June 15.—Bond offerings to-day aggregated $1,277,450. The Secre tarp of the Treasury accepted $400,300, as follows: 4 per cent, coupons, $1,100 at $127ü ; 4 per cent, registered. $105,000 at $127Â ; 4J percent, registered,$5,000at$107. ROYAL FÔSÔlg ÎSommv r& WIN* POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wlioiosomeness. 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Doth physi cally and mentally; experience a sense of fullness or bloating after eating, or of "gone ness," or emptiness of stomach In the morn ing, tongue coated, bitter or bad taste in mouth, irregular appetite, dizziness, frequent headaches, blurred eyesight, " floating specks " before the eyes, nervous prostration or ex haustion, irritability of temper, hot flushes, alternating with chilly sensations, sharp, biting, transient pains here and there, cold feet, drowsiness after meals, wakefulness, or disturbed and unrefreshing sleep, constant. Indescribable feeling of dread, or of impend ing calamity? If you have all, or any considerable number of these symptoms, you are suffering from that most common of American maladies— Bilious Dyspepsia, or Torpid Liver, associated with Dyspepsia, or Indigestion. The more complicated your disease has become, the greater the number and diversity of symp toms. No matter what stage it has reached, Dr. Pierce's Golden medical Discovery will subdue if, if taken according to direc tions for a reasonable length of time. If not cured, complications multiply and Consump tion of the Lungs, Skin Diseases, Heart Disease, Rheumatism, Kidney Disease, or other grave maladies are quite liable to set in and, sooner or later, induce a fatal termination. Dr. Pierce's Golden medical Dis covery acts powerfully upon the Liver, and through that great blood-purifying organ, cleanses the system of all blood-taints and im purities, from whatever cause arising. It is equally efficacious in acting upon the Kid neys, and other excretory organs, cleansing, strengthening, and healing their diseases. As an appetizing, restorative tonic, it promotes digestion and nutrition, thereby building up both flesh and strength. In maiarial districts, this wonderful medicine has gained great celebrity in curing Fever and Ague, Chilis aud Fever, Dumb Ague, and kindred diseases. 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CONSUMPTION, which is Scrofula of the Lungs, is arrested and cured by this remedy, if taken in the earlier stages of the disease. From its mar velous power over this terribly fatal disease, when first offeringthis now world-famed rem edy to the public. Dr. Pierce thought seriously of calling it his "Consumption Cuiie," but abandoned that name as too restrictive for a medicine which, from its wonderful com bination of tonic, or strengthening, alterative, or blood-cleansing, anti-bilious, pectoral, and nutritive properties, is unequaled, not only as a remedy for Consumption, but for all Chronic Disease» of the Liver, Blood, and Lungs. For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Short ness of Breath, Chronic Nasal Catarrh, Bron chitis, Asthma, Severe Coughs, and kindred affections, it is an efficient remedy. Sold by Druggists, at $1.00, or Six Bottles for$5.00. Send ten cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's book on Consumption. 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