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Helena Independent (Newspaper) - June 29, 1894, Helena, Montana THE DAILY INDEPENDENT; HELENA. FIUDAY MORNING. JUNE 20, 189& and laboring man, when thsy gat to the truo (nota and underlying principles, -==: -=^=zz:zi    ---------—a | will favor a revision of the McKinley Remittanow at th* risk of nnbaonber nutans L>j*| \yQ mu||| Kot for(?et that tho law# rHE INDEPENDENT made by regUtwrod tatter, chack, ar poatol or os prom order, payable to Th* Independent Pub-lulling Com cany. 0T Pomona detains Ira tNDKFRSDawT Harrod at their horn .rn or place of I met nee* can order by pretal card or through telephone! Ne- IOO- Please p pelt caae* of triymlar dull eery promptly. Adrert’M.oent#,' to insure prompt i—eft ion. (I on Ii be handed in before X p. in. lu>joc1*4 critnninuic.atione uot returnable an* lee* pottage ie enoloao-1. TIC EM ti Of M IHOKIPriON. BT kl tip. pony rinelndln* FunJay] per year......... Daily | Including Hundayl eta toon the...... Daily (including Huntley) throe month*.... Bn no ay only tin advanoe| per veer......... Weekly I in advau* e only I per year ........ Laity by carrier, per woek, I ae rte unuoal-. $10 SO A IO IM ; no too 1JELKNA. MOXr.t JUNK‘JI*. IS M. JYF” Montanan* abroal will alway* find Ins DAUT lNPtt'K.HPr.NT on tile at their favorite hot eta:    Alf th A Ten uo and Metropolitan, New York; West. Miunoep dis. I aidwin an I Balao* tan Francisco. McDermott, butte, inland Bouw, t pnngiiehl, 111.    _ NOTICE. /•.A- Campbell ta the only an thor iw I travel-frf agent of thin pater Til K W1C ATH rift reported for Th* Iwdrprnprxt daily by J fierier. Inned States observer. 6 A. *f I arotnetar.............. 2k    DM lemperaturo............ A- 0 Mine................... aw— I Maximum temperature. (5".0l Mini mo rn temperature. AIA Local forecast for lie.eua lair: warmer. Prien*. Jnno 28 taw The Anacondu Copper company’n btnndanl is for fusion. That does settle it! I I. m. •.Hills Bs 0 w-12 slightly under which wo tiro living to-dfty were po mod mainly by tho republican party." Who speaks tho truo sentiments cf the party?    __ I HK courts will soon bo wrestling cum* more with the problem of the boycott. How fur uuiy this method of warfare lawfully be carried? lu tho case of the Toledo & Ann Arbor railroad the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers were enjoined by ft United States oourt from interfering with the hauling of tho oars of that corporation on connecting brief. The principle of the boycott, however, is recognized in the transactions of every-day life. That is to say, railroad companies form combinations among themselves aud endeavor to prevent other roads from getting business. Mon form corners in provisions aud pork and beef, and aq ii ooze their competitors Employers in certain trades got together and ogres not to employ members of labor unions, aud so on. In all these ihiugs tho principle of the boycott is put rn operation. That wuge earners may legally employ this method, within certain limits, for advancing their own interests must bo allowed. The question for the court is to determine what those limits arc. What does the public welfare demaud of common carriers anil their ugouts? A clear decision is needed on that point from the supreme court of the United States. BABCOCK'S- Umbrellas 'Jiii Mackintosh Coats, Hon. Bob Smith should immediately got out an injunction against the Anaconda hoodoo. It threatens to support him. If any democrat thinks fusion a good thing for the party let him study the returns from the recent elections in Oregon.    ___ When even Ohio republicans begin to protest that the burden of McKinley ism is more than they can bear, it is about time for republicans In other states to stand from under. Hon. Wa ut Kit M. Bickford, of Missoula, would uutko un acoomplifhed member of the supreme court. What is the matter with putting him on the democratic ticket this fall? The convention of the republican leuguo at Louver did not declare in favor of free coinage at the ratio of sixteen to one. Let this be kept in tho mind of every voter in the state of Montana. There is good stutf in those Silver Bow populists. The way they dropped Breeu, Bray und Cunningham at Doer Lodge is a warning to all other so-called labor leaders who sell out to corporations. eta.hikers undoubtedly havo their rights. Corporations have theirs. But the long suffering American public has none that uuy white man is bound to respect. At least that is the modem theory. In the heat of tho summer solstice and the ©lection fur capital and congressman our people should not forgot that the best thing they can do for Montana is to patronize home industries, and thuu help build up their own •tate. Illinois democrats believe in tile election of United (States senators by the people, aud nominated their candidate. The way to effect a reform is to support it,—not to write resolutions Let us suppose a case. Let us suppose that the state of Illinois were about to vote on th© question of locating the permanent capital of that state; that tho Pullman car company which owns a town na mod for itself, ruled with an iron hand by a boss, should deliberately outer the lists as an aspirant for the seat of government; that th© boss of that town openly proclaimed that ho would buy the capital and put it in his town it it cost a million dollars; that in pursuance of that plun ho proceeded to hire spies and agents to mfest every town in that state; that he bought newspapers, right and left, to boom bis town and avowed his purpose to corrupt tho voters of the state to whatever extent might be necessary to secure the state capital for his domain. What would the voters of Illinois think of such a corporation? What would they say of tho sublime audacity of the man who started such a campaign? What would the people of the United States at large think of a state whose people were bo morally rotten, so oblivious to their own interest, so lost to all sense of decency, as to surrender to such a corporation and make its boss their boss, for ult time? Whut would the people of Montana think of such a thing in another stute? THUT TINK AND PACINO EVENTS. THE GLORIOUS Helena Will Have BIG DAY wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi The Successes of the Past "Repeated! SEWED AND CEMENTED SEAMS. Every Garment Guaranteed. I OK LADIK* OU Git. MXE Vt BN. Babcock & Co GOOD (Mil .I I LY I.    ; This coupon presented st tim gallory    « ( bt * leu the hokier lo    • 12 CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS lh. taut that o.n Im ni.de, our regular fj OO picture FOH 8*3.00. Kxtr.oh.r40 tor stoups of inorstli.il t vro Loud up to i ai including Juno IO ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ »»»»♦. »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦ »♦♦>»»#»♦•<•»»$• THE——** PHOTOGRAPHER OVE TI CRUSE SAVINGS BANK KELLAR PARISIAN DYE WORKS C. KIMBOUD. PROPRIETOR French c cuius and tlydtur, reotirinr In French prove#.. 1 knell, wo den velvet en I silk ii re.-of. gout leman1 - warm dud. k d >■,. feather., lore. I ce*, curtains >-Uk Bin! woolen underwear au l neckties Satisfaction guaranteed. ii© (iran I ntre t. near Hotel Itoloua Helena Moreau* Not responsible for goons left over two month* Orders callo I for at any part of the city. tntriea for I hoe. on the Moultim Circuit Clone on July I. Entre* to all trotting anil pacing .vents on the Montana c rcuil close Jay I. Th. condition, nr# that five sr© to enter and fun to .ta t; live p r cent of th. pa se to cater aud five more to start; mon.). divided 60 per c.nt, 25 par cent, lo per oent and IO per cont. I he events at th. differ-•ut truck 1 an to bo a. lotlowti iiis.oulft Hieing A mo i.tion—Jo y ll, trotting, 2:21 o.tp, $bJ0; pacing 2:30 cia.., $6CO; Julv 12. tr(<ttiU2, 2:25 olasr. ffrJO; July id, p dug t co for all,    July 14. t Ol in >, 2.30 Gluts, $5J0; trotting, ire# for #11. $70J. Anaconda Racing Association—(rotting, Juiv Hi. 2:35 cia.*. Jfi-Od; July 17, 2:17 elu-s, $800; Jal? I*. 2:13 c»a*e, #x»0; July ll), 2:29 cl m. $l»)0; duly 20. 2:23 cia*., $7OO; Juiy 23, 2:15 c s-, f'JO; J toy 24 2:32 clasa, $50J; Ju;- 25, 2:20 c a*-, $700; Julv 26. 2:2*1 oiuaa, flog Ju.y 2\ ir.“ tor itll, $"00 Facia., dul 17, 2:15 class. .$700, Jal? IO. 2:23 oluse, $GdO; July 2l, f ce for ait, $"00: July 24, 2:2m cir..*, ,"50.i; Julv 2.5, 2:18 0 a*., $700; Ju y 27, 2,13ciitiH, A). ,    ...    ...    1    West hi Ie Hieing association, Bult*— about It und then lot it take care of lr .llius, Aa*. I, 2:33 class, *500; Anc. 4. I 1 HELEM FOR THE CAPITAL’ CIGAR. (Trade Mark Bogtaterod.) A Fine “Bit" Cigar. Hand Made. Union Label. JAMES ALLAN. Grand Central Cii>ar Store Owner of the brand. Fireworks IN EX D Ll SS V AHI ETY AT HIP YUENO & CO. Undo bam’* block. Wa I M.. Noir Main. PRICES WAY DOWN Jlorch.mt tailoring, Fine I hinaw.tr-, Japan-cr-ewaro and China MUS. itself. The attempt of the republican par*;. to get back into power by feigning friendship fur silver will not w n i ha overwhelming majority cast by Hie party in congress iigainst free coinage la indelibly printed iu tile reoorda and in the minds of the poople. Now, wit do not erne ii ach about it, one u.v or the otter, tut it won dn’t surprise us OLO bit to ac# Bob bu.itll nominated by tuts democrat, aud mn na a fusion candidate.—Anaconda bUndord. Well, you are going to get the most surprising old surprise that ever struck you. As a candidate for presidential elector Walter ( ooper, M < lullutiu, ran several hundred votes ahead of his ticket. Ho .s known by all the old-timers and young timers, und us a democratic candidate for congress this fall he would not only regain Gallatin county, but 2:14 c. .L $1.0 0; Aug. 7. 2:27 chi.., $7i0: Au . 8 2:18 cli-., $80U; Aug. IO. 2:38 cia.-, « ; A lg. ll. 2 12 cia... $1,000; Auj. 14. 2:21 ci <. , *- JO; Aug. IO. 2;3>J cilia., $7u0; Aug. I", 2:10 cm.*. $LOOO, Au.;. 21, 2:24 c.a.". $7JO. Anj. 23, f ae-fo.-a.l, $l,0i)0. i 1 ms, Aug. 3    2:14 clasa, $890; Aug 0 2.25 cia.', $500; Aug. 9, 2.12 Ola*.. $1,000; • Anc. I 2:17 o.a»*. $"A); Aug. 15, 2:30 o a**, ♦•MAJ; Aug. 20. 2 20 a.*.', ' TOU: Aug. 22. lr. for-ull, $1,000. A untana cit ie fai . oua—Aug. 25, trottiug. ‘2 ’I cia... $U'J; Aug. 27, trotting, 2:20 cl.i.i, $0J0; Aug. 28. 1 Homy, 2:19 eta.., $hJ0; Auj. 29, trot* eg, 2:24 cia.., $0o0; Aug 3J. 2:19 c a<i», $760; Aug, 31, pacing, tr.-e-ior .ti. $t;j0; bspt. I. trotting, fr*©-for all, $750. it 1. alated that fully 1.50 ut the b-st horses now at sun tram taco wi t ba on th* Alontana circuit this year. The feeling among tho California horsemen 1. particularly friendly to Montana, aud all tho stable-, with tho exception cf u very few, that are capable of racing in the taal, will be her-, lim Beacon. 'I he Montana circu.t • lands ao wail that the California horsemen, in f id, that several atabUe that a e good enough to go . aal will com* here la preference to the eastern tracks. The Portland horsemen are enthusiasts uvur the Montana Charles A. Baldwin & Co.; BANKERS, 40 and 43 Wall Street, NEW YORK. t Accounts of Bank* a"d Bankers received! 1    on favorable terms. Bonds and Investment Securities. 'Daily Financial Letter Malted on Amplication. COR RESPOND ENCE SOLICITED. £?K ^ .*rlX tVrlta or Tolegraph. AU Promptly. Bedding aud House Plants in gie.il quantities ywt. Our Great Selling Out bale . - till continue c Wholesale prices on large quantities. Cut Flowers at Cut Pricos OriUri lilied circuit, sad they will bring ail thai horac-a h«re, to tho number of aevanty • would get hundreds of republican votes ““‘"•‘b.Uly aller the oioa> of tho .    1    I    ortlnud    ii.eating throughout the state. ig on July 7. SIXTH AVE. GREEN HOUSES ll. WINTER, Proprietor Orun I Annual .VI lliUIOI Fionlo. Feallvat sad Ladifw' I. is ta thread v««ta IO oonts and np-WHILE C'oxey is getting out his pat I ward* at Uutohur A * rad lay'a. Bptaudii value ©lits for good roads lie might uh well patent a railroad or two that will continuo operations an entire week without (J.van by the Helena turnvereio, benday, stopping. Thin improvement would be July I. 1*94. st Kranich’a grova. A largo greatly appreciated, not only by the ! B?‘h varisd irogramme of only by other generals of his armies who -ide in Pullmans, but by tho privates who journey on the bumpers of freight trains. Franklin MacVeauh would (ie a valuable man in tho United States ornate, and it is quito likely tho Illinois democrats will put him thoro lo succeed the posse Cullom. MocVoogh is a man of broad mind, uiiiuip. ached integrity, and hu< doinoustrated his quality in tho open hold of commerce; ho is u merchant statesman und ii violent bimetallist. ____ 'i uh republican league convention in I Jon vt r adopted resolutions declaring that: “We denounce the proposed vicious and obstructive legislation known as the Wilson bill, and earnestly uppeal to republican United States sen-utors to oppose its passage by all honorable means.” We would liko to hare tim republica doctors agree upon a course of treatment for their sick party. Col. Conger, member of tho republican national committee from Ohio, declares: “We do not want protection that will foetor trusts. We wuut tariff reduction as fust us the safety of business will wurr.ujt. Tho manufacturers, farmers ami nth- gamas lade syiirta baru been arrnogod. A Urge uQiube of baudaomo find useful priz a ha va be>*n y ooa-ed nmi will be cornuated for. V.alert A Weber’s full orobeatra baa been engaged for dauciug. Erorybody is lu-rit'-d to conv. The moat courts.>u« treatment will be ensured to ell and tho beat of order will be rn*inturned. Tres ’bus cou-nectiou with the lower electric street railway. A nice pere.ol for your little girl at 25 aud IO cen ta mow a’, the I 00 Jtivo. John W. Wade CIV L AND MINING ENGINEER. K00rn 1 20, 21 aud ll. Pittsburgh Block. CANNING TIME. I ourtli or .Iii’y l.icurilon Kale*. I or Hi u bo vs oecntion the Northern Facile) railroad will aah exouraion tickets to all pointe rn Moot.iua within 300 miles at a ruts of I fare end oaf-fifth. Ticket* on i»ita July 3 and 4; good to return until I I Inly 5.    A.    lJ. Ei>oak. Odd. Agt. I .ail tan' h tues wrappers in latai-t ttylen Boo Ii ive at Hue. *1 lo $2 at I Im* Win. ii, WI Intl.. Yonr fatbar ie ut 727 Iir< okuoridge street, HvlanR, aud wishes to se# you at once. Any information of niv son will tic thankfully received.    Peachy    T.    Wilson, M M.innary to India. Hetann, Mont., June IU. 1K)4. Krauidi loo l o. Order at F. M. Lang *. -------  -    -©-■    -    ■    .—I    m ll KLENA IN BU I KF. Capital City MuaioCo., 822 Ninth av «. Jaokaon Music Co., Moatana Clot) build mg. Flauoa, organa, magical lusrchaujus We aro arid will I © headquarters lor all kinds oi Fresh Fruits for preserving You con buy tho Fruits of un. You can buy tho Cana ot us too. I doz Mason Fruit Jars, pts.. $ .BO I doz Mn son Fruit Jars, qts.. 1.00 1 doz Mason Fruit Jars, 2 qts 1.25 Our but*or is always tho best Walker Bros. COH. BHOAOWAr AND DAVIS ST. Total,Ii-.no Half a liur.drjd. THIS IS THE SUNRISE; National Salute 9 A. M Open Air Concert at Court House Square. IO A. M. Grand Street Parade. 12 NOON. Exercises at Auditorium. Hon. J. A. Largent, of Great Falls, Orator of the day. THE publio are appreciating our honest efforts to serve them and give them the BEST values for the least money. In order that everybody may be pleased we will continue the great & £ £ & SULE. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 P. M. Athletic Sports at State Armory. 2:30 P. M. Base Ball at Broadwater Park. 3 P. M. Races at Fair Grounds by 5 P. M. Sham Battle at Fair Grounds IOO Mounted Cree Indians in War Costume. Barbecue at Fair Grounds During the afternoon. ITHISWEEKI We Are Going lo Rush Them Off. I PANTS. 3 3 8:30 P. M. Grand Exhibition of Fire Works on Mount Helena. 10:00 P. M. Ball at Auditorium. NOTICE WHAT SELLS THEM. $8.00 Pants    for.............................$5 00 $7.00 Pants    for.............................$4.00 m $6.00 Pants    for...............  $3*5° $5.00 Pants    for.............................$3*°° $4.00 Pants    for.............................$2.50 $3.00 Pants    for.............................$2.00 $2.00 Pants    for.............................$i-5° $1.50 Pants    for.............................$1.00 NO ADMISSION CHARGED ANYWHERE. ^ HOW ABOUT YOUR . . . . McDermott Hotel § BUTTE, MONTANA. WM. McDermott, proprietor. It. M. ©TEISON, Manager. : eSTORM COAT?! We haven’t said much about Storm Coats because they have been selling very fast. You will look a long time ; before you will find such bargains as we can offer in these Coats. 2UI sizes, all prices. MORE. KATES 83 PER DAY. Booms With I atli sad Parlor Extra. I $10 SUITS SIO Received Last Week Direct from the Manufacturers. Thomas F Oaks*. Henry r. rang Henry C. Houaa, Boce!Vera. N CAWTHERN sr PACIFIC R.HL ■ Don’t miss the chance to get in on the 3 Runs Through Cars PANTS SALE. I BETWEEN ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS. DULUTH. FARGO, GRAND FORKS and WINNIPEG ■AND— HELENA, BUTTE. SPOKANE TACOMA. SEATTLE. PORTLAND. Pullman Sleeping Cars, Elegant Dining Cars, Tourist Sleeping Carp Plymouth    3 e Clothing House. LEVY & ELIAS, PROPRIETORS. ^    OPPOSITE    GRAND    CENTRAL    HOTEL. ^UlUUUUiUUUiUiUiUiiiUUUiiiUUU^ Ho. TIME SCHBDULR. IN EFFECT BDN DAY. NOY. IO. 1893. THAIN* ARU!VI AT HRLRX I,    Barit!r> Mail. wn*f bound  9 2T a    rn N<>. >,    AOantta Mail. Mat bound  $-.15 a.    in N<* *.    Maryville •nmrimoitati- n  Vt.ai a    m Mo. V, VViciuM, Bouiitar aud Eakkors arroin ii- UM n'ti Idailv except . u-i- da>a    ....    ...................... 6:IO ta    * Ko. 102    Buntal mlaad, i Mondays unly) 'h:,Q u    va TRAIN* DRI* A UT FROM UK LEH A. M<»- I.    I antic Mail. w««t bound  ti:SS a.    .a I«j> if.    I Uaniie Mail, aa*) bound  Wi.5 a. Mu. f,    Marvftvllle arr.iBimodit on    Situ ta    WI Mo. lo. Viiokaa. Boulder aud Blk hora acc oiiino laii> n (daily axr#,.t emu- (tar*)........ .    ............ Tits ta is ha IDU Rimini ini Rad. (Mondays oniy)10:»Jn « For Information, tim© card*, maps and ttakala tail va or write •ZL. r>. EDaAR, GEN KUA lj AGLINT. MELENA MONTANA STEAMBOAT EXCURSIONS For Helena People. HELENA -on——- Through the Mountains On tho LTFKB M IHHOUBl un boar I “THE HUSE OF HELENA.” Will males rorfular trip# on Tuwlajr*. Th lira day* aud •-unday*. Las v« ll ll .ar a I.Anilin*. 14 Ullin* from bataan at Un in. for I Terne Canyon. Willow Claik aud itaar Tooth Mountain anil return to Ittigar'aat a p. in. KAT RS. CHAS. S. FEE, 6 P- Si A., ST. FAVA MINK Karo, anigh* pnraon from I!liger1* to Pionic i auyou and Bear Tooth Mountain and return ............................ $J IO , ( mb parti *• of IS or mora peraon* to Pionic Cauyon and ralnru. naoh.........  $150 I N. HILGER, PROPK1LTOR. ILL MONTANA PAPERS AHS BRAD DY THS Montana Press Clipping Bureau, CHAS. IX GHEEN VILLI), MAM AGEE, ■alans,......-    •    -    Moalaaa FOR WHOM? bu yen*, profaaamnai man, who waut to gat nawa, aa*hat la .aid af tham. or ganga publio opinion- rupply honaaa, that want rarltast nawa of ooa-truotiun. i ua n *.*a t on ms that want addreaaaa of prabab.a onstomara FkOPB««10X ii. i \ at yHH HUHN K BAHHOU At tor nay and ( onnaellor at I .aw. Ma«enie Tsmpla,    Itstana,    Montana. MASSENA BULL A BD, Attorney aud Couuasllor at I aw. Will practin* in all onoria of raeovd in th© tai©. CSss An Gold blaak. ilataaa. Moataan ;