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VOL. I, No. 3. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21. 1888. PRICE 5 CENTS.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Chinese Immigrants Try
ind to Squeeze into
the Port of San
Live Stock and Lead Mar
A Wonderful Mine Dis- 1
The Corwith Cape. The
CHICAGo, Oct. 28.-An air of mystery $1
still hangs over the failure of the big $1
lead firm of COrwlth & Co. Four days by
have elapsed since tjhe first suit began
which precipitated matters. Up to to
night nothing definite is known of the I
firm's financial condition nor the where- not
abouts of the senior member of the firm. vet
He was supposed to have started for Chi- thiu
cago from New York several days ago wit
and if he has arrived here the fact is not fou
Young Corwith still adheres to his res
olution not to talk to the press. The exc
known liabilities so far foot up only and
$500,000, but it is said by parties com- Bol
petent to judge that the total liabilities Coi
are between $2,500,000 and $.,000,000 p,
and that the failure is an utter collapse. me
Corwith senior is also connected by
rumor with the "Old Hutch" September
wheat deal. I
Wonderful Mine Discovery. pl
CHIcAGo, Oct.109.-An Aspen, Colorado, ten
special says: The Aspen mine, which has hil
been the scene of so many sensational aft
discoveries, has come to the front with nei
another cave 30 feet long and 70 feet br
wide. Lying on the wall is a bed of ore
seven feet thick enormously rich run
ning as high as 4,000 and will average sec
several hundred ounces. At the far end nlp
of the cave is a crevice running across As
the formation. This is of unknown ani
depth. A watch showed that after 14 Fr
seconds it was still going down. A strong to l
current of air came up through the fis- An
sure. Stones were dropped into it. the
Can't Come in.
WAsHINGTON, Oct. 28.-Acting Secre- ful
tary Thompson has received a telegram fisl
from the collector of customs at San Po
Francisco asking if Chinese laborers ar
riving from China in transit for either
Panama or across the territory of the
United States to Cuba can be landed at nu
San Francisco, and, if so, how are they to al
be guarded? Secretary Thompson tele- dra
graphed today in reply that "Chinese la- Pc
borers cannot land on United States ter- ele
ritory, whether for transit to foreign
countries or otherwise." vic
Gross Negligence. 0.,
MAnuc CHUNK, Oct. 23.-The coroner's Ni
jury which has been investigating the re- Ks
cent disaster at Mud Run, on the Lehigh Sti
Valley railway returned a verdict to-day
finding the engineers on both locomo
tives of the seventh section guilty of
gross negligence in failing to see the la1
danger signals in time and for not ap
proaching the station with the train let
under full control, as required by the
rules. The look-out men are also cen
Chicago Beef Markets. Ce
CHICAGo, Oct. 28-Cattle receipts, 15,
000. Steady for good; common 10 cents
Beeves $email@example.com; steers, $22.214.171.124;
stockers and feeders, $2.15; Texas cattle,
$firstname.lastname@example.org; western rangers, $email@example.com.
Sheep-Receipts 9,000. Steady. Na- lel
tives, $firstname.lastname@example.org; westerns, $email@example.com;
Texans, $firstname.lastname@example.org. be
Hogs-Receipts 16,000. Steady. Mixed,
$email@example.com; heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org. sp
Third Victory. cc
NEw YORx, Oct. 283.-The fourth game an
of the world's championship ball series
was played at Washington park, Brook- be
lyn, between the New York and St. Louis
clubs and resulted in a third victory for so
the Giants. Crane's speed was too much
for the St. Louis batters. Score-New th
York 6, St. Louis 0. Pitchers-Crane
and Chamberlain. Umpires-Kelly and
The Way They Get In. r
SAN FRANCIscO, Oct. 28.-The United
States district attorney concluded the ex- of
aminationthis morning of 51 Chinamen, ri
released from the steamer Belgic on ha- ei
beas corpus writs last week on the plea
of being merchants. The district attor- le
ney is satisfied that all but one are a
frauds. Judge Sawyer will hear the al
cases Wednesday. T
Stalford Back from Europe. 8'
NEw YORK, Oct. 23.-Despite all re- 0
ports to the contrary, Senator Stanford tl
arrived to-day on the City of New York,
and is in excellent health. He vas seen
at the Windsor hotel this evening, and o
said he had not felt better in thirty years. a
His trip abroad, which began Ma) 29,
was taken by the advice of his physi
Dropped Dead. P
Burr, Oct. 2f~--Ruse Thomas, an em- a
ploysee of the Boston and Montana com- I
Pany's smelter, dropped dead while t o
work at a calcine furnace Sunday after- Ii
noon from apoplexy. b
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Oct.28.--The num
ber of new cases yesterday was 43 and t
Naw Youn, Oct. 23-Bar silver 94.
Copper-Flat; Lake $17.85.
Lead-Quiet. Unsettled. Domestic,
A Pair of Brutes. _
ST. PAUL, Oct. 28.-A fight is about to
be arranged between Pat Killen and w
Jake Kllrain. Killen is champion of the
ONzw YORn, Oct. 28.-The World says er
under the leadership of Herr Most, the
local anarchists are arranging for a cele- Ji
bration November 11th, the anniversary
of the hanging of the Chicago anarchists. in
BosTox, Oct. 28-The Lewis Wharf re
company buildings burned this morning.
They were occupied for storage. Loss th
$150,000. Several fireman were injured
by falling walls. Other losses are also
Forty-Rod Killed Him.
Burrr, Oct. 28.-Wm. Burt, of whom
nothing is known but that he is an in
veterate drunkard, walked into a saloon re
this morning and had a drink of whisky
with two friends. Soon after he was cI
found dead. w
New York Lead.
NEw YORK, Oct. 28.-On the metal tr
exchange, yesterday, twenty-one carloads 0
and 150 tons more of October lead were
sold under the rule for the account of N. C
Corwith & Co. The market was firm. 13
Prominent bull operators bought the
metal sold at $4 to $8.97%. w
A Fatal Jump.
Burre, Oct.28.-Michael Lyons,an em- 01
ployee of the syndicate mines, while at- a
tempting to jump on a moving car on the
hill at the Wake-up Jim mine Sunday
afternoon, missed the step and fell under
neath. Two cars passed over him and
broke his legs.
OTrrAWA, Oct. 23--Hon. J. O. Chapleau,
secretary of state, was banqueted to- a
night by the Workingmen's Conservative 1
Association. He ridiculed the idea of
annexation and said true Englishmen and
French-Canadians would never permit it
to take place. He dqnies trying to bully "
Americans. Sir John MacDonald said
there is no danger of war between Can- h
ada and the United States. He felt hope- g
ful of a satisfactory settlement of the P
fishery question. Canada is in a critical
position and must be. cool.
St. Andrew's Offiers.cc
Nlvw Ynxt. Oct. .8.-The third an
St. Andrew's Officers. t
NEW YORK, Oct. 28.-The third an
nual convention of the Brotherhood of St.
Andrew opened Thursday morning, and
almost 800 delegates listened to the ad
dress of welcome delivered by Bishop
Potter. The following officers were
elected: Edmund Billings of Boston,
president; F. C. Cutler, Marion, Ga., first
vice-president; W. S. Mather, Cleveland, t
O., second vice-president; H. H. Silla,
New York, third vice-president; John J.
Kennedy, Omaha, secretary, and W. H.
Sturgis, Chicago, assistant secretary. t
WAlSnNeTON, Oct. 23.-The following
are the more important bills enacted into
laws during the session just terminated:
Relating to permissable marks on mail
For the division of the Sioux reserva.
For a conference with tile South and
Central American nations.
Limiting the hours of letter carriers.
Making Lieutenant General Sheridan
general of the army.
To establish a department of labor.
For international maritime commerce.
Requiring the Pacific railroad compan- i
les to maintain telegraph lines.
To prohibit the coming of Chinese la- I
borers to the United States.
For the establishment of rules in re
spect to St. Marie and other canals.
To create boards of arbitration to settle
controversies between common carriers
and their employees.
To prevent the return of Chinese la
borers to this country.
To aid state homes for disabled
Changing the date of the meeting of
the electoral college.
Our readers will not fail to observe the
representation of Helena enterprise in
our columns this morning.
The Helena Business College is the
oldest institution of the kind in the ter
ritory; and Prof. Englehorn has fairly
earned the confidence of the people.
Of the Montana Business College no
less can be said than that Messrs. Hahn
& Walters are young men of indefatig
able energy, practical and thorough.
They have handsome and convenient
suits of rooms and flourishing classes.
Our young people will find them up to
The Grand Central hotel, Messrs. Reed
& Rinda proprietors, is deservedly one
of the most popular in the West. We
are informed that this capacious house is
for sale, as furnished.
The law firm of Messrs. Sanders, Cul
len & Sanders calls for no encomium
from us. They stand at the head of the
profession in this section of the Union;
. and of the colonel, as an orator, our citi
zens would say, as a cotemporary wrote
Sof Lord Bacon while in the British Par
liament, "That the fear of those who
heard him was lest he should sit down."
Driftings of a Dusty Day.
The Minneapolis house is well patron
Numerous hunting parties start out
Pictures copied and enlarged at Beck
Prof. Iver Peterson's writing school is
Subscribers continue to send in their t
The democrats met at their headquart
ers again last evening.
A case of mayhem was tried before
Justice Huey on Monday.
Carpenters have been at work enlarg
ing Mr. Thompson's dry goods store.
D. Tousley, of Des Moines, Iowa, is
registered at the Milwaukee house.
The building formerly occupied by
the St. Elmo restaurant is still for rent.
The frame work for the new depot is
put together and en route to Great Falls.
Messrs. Hotchkiss & Hawkins are do
ing a rushing business in the stone line.
Mr. John Clinton has heard nothing
regarding the whereabouts of his horse.
Ed. Mann, from the vicinity of Kibbey,
came in yesterday with a large load of
A general meeting of the board of
trade will be called on or about the 12th
of next month.
Dust drifted upon the sidewalk on
Central avenue to the depth of three
Pedestrians on the streets yesterday
were obliged to shut their eyes and guess
at their whereabouts.
Mr. C. C. Ray, like many other citizens
of Great Falls, speaks of the LEADER in
R. H. Beckwith, No. 16 North Main
street, Helena, is one of the leading pho
tographic artists of the West.
The LEaDEr'S circulation is growing
rapidly. If you are not a subscriber you
should become one at once.
The Cataract Mill Co. is building an
addition to their mill 80x40 feet. It will
be used for warehouse purposes.
Messrs. Lord Bros., proprietors of the
Bee Hive, have on the road two wagons
well supplied with notions of all kinds.
O. C. Burr, of Hanover, Ill., will come
here next spring to establish a nursery
garden. Ten acres will be used for that
When you go to Helena, call and see
Mr. Beckwith's magnificent enlarged
photographs of the lovely scenery along
the Montana Central railroad.
Within a radius of three miles about
Kibbey one-half million bushels of grain
were raised this year. The vegetables
grown in that country are very fine.
By referring to the article headed
"Taxpayers" it will be observed that in
Cascade county there are many heavy
taxpayers, the newness of the county
A gentleman who is thoroughly con
versant with the value of land adjacent
to Great Falls says that land near Kib
bey for eight miles is worth one hun
dred dollars an acre.
On account of the large amount of
poor wheat raised in the East this season,
the opinion is prevalent that a great
quantity of poor flour will be manufac
tured. The flour turned out by the Cat
aract mill is peerless.
Judge RIace, secretary of the board of
trade, is daily in receipt of numerous in
quiries regarding the resources and ad
vantages of Great Falls and the surround
ing country. He has fifty letters from
persons who will locate here next spring.
Too much can scarcely be said regard
- ing the beauty and utility of the Sand
Coulee sandstone. The present supply
is inadequate, and enterprising business
men, who can tell a spot on the sun
when they see it, will yet make a fortune
out of the Sand Coulee sandstone.
F. M. Morgan, architect, has exem
plified his ability' on the Phelps & Ma
ginnis building, which possesses archi
tectural beauty combined with substanti
ality. Persons residing at a distance
should not forget F. M. Morgan, when in
need of the services of a first-class ar
H. G. Glenze, photographer, owns gal
leries at Fort Assinniboine and Sun
River. While in the Bearpaw mountains A
a short time ago Mr. Glenze made several -
locations. Specimens of the ore will be
taken to the smelter today to be sampled.
The gentleman is stopping at the Mil
Mr. Chas. T. Day has been appointed
agent for the National School Furnish
ing company, of Chicago. That com
pany has sent him a sample desk, which
was placed on exhibition in the school
building yesterday afternoon. The desk
is of the latest pattern. It is called the
"New Paragon" and is put together with
out screws or nails.
F. G. Miller, night operator for the
Rocky Mountain telegraph company, left
last evening for Fort Benton to take
charge of the night office at that place.
Mr. Battles, who formerly worked in the
Rocky Mountain company's office in this
city, will return from Fort Shaw-where
he was sent temporarily-and take
charge of the night office in this city.
Usually the telegraph business is dull
between the 17th and 21st of the month.
However, the above mentioned company
have no reason to complain.
Wolves Among the Sheep.
The alarming incrztse of wolves in
this part of the territory has been a cause
of much concern amohg our citizens and
surrounding towns for two or three
months past. Yesterdlay assistant terri
torial Veterinary Surgeon Parsons in
formed us that the slieep owners on the 1
Muddy range and northward are greatly
roused by the incursions and boldness of
the coyotes. The flocks of 0. G. Cooper
were attacked last week and upwards of
100 killed. It Is stated that they also P
killed 58 fine-blooded bucks on the Teton
river near eight miled below Choteau.
They have also killed about thirty colts
belonging to Charles Thebo. The
wolves must go, or good bye to our
Reception of Tourists.
A number of Great Falls citizens were
royally entertained on' Monday evening
by Mr. Phelps and wife. The party com
prised the tourists from Great Falls who
recently visited the National Park.
Se tie Oreat A trimntt of
C. P. Thomson's Al
Reliable Dry Goods House.
REED & RINDA, Proprietors.
The Leading Hotel in the Territory. Head
quarters for all Traveling Men and
Leading Business Men.
Fmine Sanle Rooms Connected,
Chicago, Burlintgon & Northern n
R. R. Time Table :
Leaves Great Falls 4 p. inm. via. St. P., M. &. .
Ry. Arrives at St. Paul 7 a. m.
0........ L . St.Paul................... 7 0pm
160........Ar. Winonaui ................. 11:1 pm
192........ " LaCrosse.. ............... 1201 am
191........ " Pr du Chien ............. 1:49 am
258........ Dubuque ................. 9:58 am
28........ Galena .................. 4'06 am
28........ "l Savanna.. .............. 4iOn am
.2........ " Oregon................... 6:10 am
1........ Chicago ................. 90 am
49a........ " Peoria ................... 630 pm
70........ Sit. Louis ............... 5:20 p m
Peerless Dining Cars and Pullman Sleepers on
all through trains. No change of ears to Chicago
or St. Louai. For tickets, sleeping car accommo
dations, Loeal time tables aud other Information,
Freight & Passenger Agt., (irea;t Fails,
Or Address W. J. C. KENYON, Gen. Passenger
Agt. C. B. & N. By., St. Paul, Minn.
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNANENTAL
DECORATIVE PAINT r.R.
Signs Painted In any Design.
Graining and Paper Hanging. Kalsomining anlld
G(llzing. Gildlllg on llals.
Third St. S.. between First and Secolid Ave. S.
Wagon No. 6.
Charges Reasonable. Great Fails, Mont.
Complete in Every department. Agents for the
Crandall Typewriter. t
HAHN & WALTERS, .
COLD BLOCK, HELNA, MOrANA. t
First National Bank n
OF GREAT ALLS. ter
Authorized Capital, - 81,000,000.
Paid-Up Capital, - 100,000.
T. E. COLLINS - President R
JOHN LEPLEY - - Vice-President
L. G. PHELPS - - Cashier
A. E. DICKERMAN - Ass't Cashier
C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS,
PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS,
ROBERT VAUGIIN, II. O. CHOWEN,
J. T. ARMINOTON. 011
A general banking business transacted.
Exchange drawn on the principal points In the
States and Europe.
Prompt attention given to collections.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Next Door to LapAeyere's Drug tore, are the
Ettey a:Lid Canmp
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Parties Desiring to Buy or Rent a Piano or Organ
jlhould Leave Orders with them,
na they are
Agents for Montana Territory.
Stationery, Cigars, and
C. W. COL E,
Mover of Light I
Orders promptly attended to. Prices reasolhble.
JOHN '. DYAS,
I"NSURANCE, RE XL EST'I'A'Tl E,
C(I N V IEYANt'I N(,
AUCTION and Commission, Lumber. Shingles,
and leneral Agent.
OFFICE-Between Central nid First Avenue
North, on Second Street.
U. G. CAMI'IL'LL,
P AR ITICULAR A''ENTION
TO RIJtli)NIC ])IFASiES,
OFFICE--Harris Building. corner 7th Avenue
South and 5th Street.
A. F. LONGOIWAY.
( OUNTY PHIYSICIAN ANI)
GREAT FALLS, Montana. Late l ous Surgeon W
to the Montreal Western Hospital and Attending
Physician to the Montreal Dispensary.
il. 1'. RtOLFE,
A TTIORNEY AT LAW.
\V WIIW l, II. RAC('I't('
In the higher Courts. Speelill attention given to
OFFICE - -- - - - - Minot Block.
WILLIAM E. KERN.
C IVIL ENGINEER:
Of all Classes-Ranches, Ditches, etc. Draught
llg. and Blue Copying. Cellars Measured.
OFFICE - - - Over Churchill & Webster's.
F. . MORGAN,
RCHITECT & SUI'EIIINTEND
A . ENr:
PLANS, Specielcations and Estimates given at y
OFFICE - - - - Next door to Post Office.
H. L. HULL,
C ONTRACTOR & BUILDER :
HiOU5E-RIAISIN( & MOVIN(, .
All kinds id Jobbing done promptly.
SHOP-On Third street, between Second and
Third Avenue South.
It. A. TAIT.
E NTIST: GREAT FALLS, N1. 'T.
Over Churchill & Wehster's Store.
J. K. KARSKADDON,
- Al. KINDS OF WOlRK
Carefully attended to.
OFFICE-.Lutheran Block, near the Post Offiee
on First street.
DiG. E. CRUTCHEt,
S URGERY AND DISEASES
OF WO3MEN :
SURGEON for Montana Central Railroad, Great
OFFICE-Canary's Building, Central Avenue.
"SANDERS, CULLEN & SANDERS.
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
Main St., Helena, M.T. c
fIELE IJA BUSINE S COLLEGE
NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOL.
An lIstItitio Endorsed by the Helena Bard of .Iradl Mere tha 250 Leading
Besunies and Profeslonal Maen of HesH, ae. Scares of Par
suIl Testlmellall from all meyrthTorrltery.
228 Students in Attendance Last Year; 80 Graduates!
Courses of Study:
Business Course. Normal Course.
Single and double entry booLLkkeepingl taught
throh omee praetle. Commerlal law, pen- 8pei clas dung fall and winter In all
mane lp and m orrespondence, arithmetic, practl- common school a Ihlt etlchUOISI
cl grammar, etec gramm~ar and ig eotah. amatyir,
Shorthand Course. plyalo in, and ortgraphy
Three standam d systems of p lne. pecall drll In penmanship and letter riting.
ht. Lessogienoniem ngn , a p Classes in Latin, Grees , German and French,
also advaeed mathematics for those prepering
hand taught by mai for college ett.
Art Course. All classes In harge of experienced professors.
Ornamennal penma. ipcraon drawlnt of all
descripnlons, archtectural and mcchanlcdraw. The latest and'beat methods used In teaching
. all branches. Rates of tuition moderate..
Evningclasses rom October to April In Shorthand, Typewritin, Penmanshp and Boohkeeplng.
Send or Illustrated circulars and phoophs of dillfferent delarment of college. Addess as let
e" lt H. T, Englehorn, Pres., Helena, M. T.
Barnes & Collett,
Reul Estote, Insuronce Agts. i& iing Brokers
PIPRIIETO.I OF TIl
To the City of Great Falls.
Oice on Central Avenue. Correspondence Solicited'
T. R. MAYO,
Expert Jonsoriol Artist, il the Par'k otel.
The Best Appointed Bath Rooms in the City.
Ah- . · ~ --
The Shoe Man,
flas Opened hlq Finely Equipped
Boot andiSho Establishment
in the Luther Block on Second St., Bet.
Csntral and First AvenuIII south.
An Inexhaustible and lHandsomle Variety of
BOOTS AND SHOES
S :- -0 CARRIED IN STOCK.
Mail Orders filled Carefully and
(UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.)
Single A doubleTftrnout
Every Con venience Fzurnished that the Traveling
Public may desire.
SADDLE H-ORSES SPECIAL
THE PATRONAGE OF THlE UBLIC SI RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
P./ UL 4" FLETCHER, Proprietors.
W. H. IIALEIGH, F. H. MEYER, J. W. BELLIS.
W. 13. RALEIGH & CO.,
For Fine Dress Silks,
Imported and Domestic Dress Goods, Carpets,
Curtain Material, Flannels, Blankets,
Comforts, Ladies' Scarlet Knit,
Saxony and Silk Under
Men's Knitted and California Underwear, Ladies'
and Children's Shoes.
All of tlhi, gotnds are now represented in endlless variety and will lh sold
At Remarkably Low Prices.
IV"Givo u.s a call and get prices. Mail orders receive prompt attention.T,
W. B. Raleigh & Company.
CENTRAL ALvENP IHREAT FMA.I. MONTANA.