Newspaper Page Text
tea~~et ____________ .
VOL. I. No. 15. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, =DNESDAY MORNING, NOVE1IBER 7. 188.. PRICE 5 CENTS.
- . r ., i -, i I .
RE TURHS OF THI ELECTICN.
Favorable Dispatches for
An Unsavory Dish for
Democrats to Dijest.
NEw YouK CITY, Nov. 0.-One hund
red and forty-three election districts in
New York state, outside of New York
city, and Kings county give Cleveland
,640; Harrison, 32,718; Fisk, 1,014.
The same districts in 1884 gave Cleveland
&695; Blaine 31,582; St. John. 1,588.
Boston l'as gone democratic by 10,000.
Bew York city, 800 out of 866 election
districts: Cleveland, 149,011; Harrison,
gi905; Fiske, 1,088.
hELENA, Nov. 6.-Helena, Deer Lodge,
Butte, Anaconda, Billings and Livings
ton, Carter ahead. These are the only
points heard from definitely.
Indications are that Lewis and Clarke
will give Carter 700 majority. Butte
will give him 400 majority. New York
will give Harrison 20,000 majority ac
cording to latest here.
Naw YORK, NOV. 6.-Two hundred
and forty election districts in New York,
outside of New York city and Kings
county, give Cleveland 41,871, Harrison
New York Mail and Express Bulletin:
Harrison's plurality exceeds Blaine's in
Harrison has carried Nevada by 150
New York:-164 districts outside the
city of New York and Kings county give
Cleveland 28,282, Harrison 48,069.
HARTFORD, Con.-15 towns show re
publican gains of 326 over vote of 1884.
New York:-240 election districts
outside of N. Y. and Kings co., give
Cleveland 41,371; Harrison 56,860.
New York--275 election districts, out
side N. Y. and Kings co., gives Cleve
land 47,000; Harrison 64,165.
Boston:-100 towns in Mass., give Har
rison 28,285; Cleveland 19,546.
DETnorr, Nov. 6.-Twenty districts
outside of Detroit give Harrison, 2,950;
NEW YORK, Nov. 6.-One hundred
and seventy-five election districts in New
York state outside of New York and
Kings county give Cleveland 30,426;
Latest Morning Dispatches.
N-York Herald bulletin says,
8p.ikCarlisle is re-elected by a hand
some majority. q
The Sun bulletin says, Cleveland has
carried his own district in Buffalo by 42
The city press association says Grant's g
election assured by from 20,000 to 25,000.
Tribune bulletin says, Suffolk county,
Long Island, gives Harrison 700 majority, f
a republican gain of 125.
Republican plurality in state will be
small. Hill is probably elected.
Press association says Cleveland's plu
rality, allowing for the few missing dis- n
trlcts, will be 56,000 in the city. The
Herald says in bulletin New York city
gives Cleveland plurality of 55,000.
Herald bulletin says: Gen. Knapp says 8
the republicans will carry New York 1
state by 15,000.
717 election districts of New York
state, outside of New York city and Kings
county, give Cleveland 130,616, Harrison
The returns, allowing for missing dis
tricts, indicate that the Tammany county
ticket is elected. t
New York city-786 districts in the I
state outside New York and Kings coun- I
ty give Cleveland 151,303, Harrison 189,
Hartford-150 towns show republicans
gain 326 on vote of 1884.
58 towns show net gain for Harrison
New York Herald bulletin says the
republican and democrats both claim
Connecticut-the democrats by 1,400, the
republicans by 3,000.
Herald bulletin says Connecticut shows
republican gain 819. State still claimed
Indications are that Harrison carries
the state by 450 majority.
80 towns including Hartford and New
Haven give 1691 gain for Harrison.
Omaha-44 precincts in Nebraska out
side of Douglas county give Harrison
5,53, Cleveland 8,959.
Omaha-56 precincts in Nebraska out
side Douglas county give Harrison
6595, Cleveland 4997.
McShane for governor running ahead
San Francisco-28 Oregon precincts
give Harrison 2,077, Cleveland 1,678.
iT. Louis, Nov. 6.--Sixteen precincts
of Missouri outside of St. Louis and
county of Butler complete give Harrison
2,16; Cleveland 2,701. Thirty-six pre
cincts in St. Louis give Harrison
730'i; Cleveland 5,420.
DaTRoTrr, Nov. 6.-Fifty districts out
side of Detroit, give Harrison 8,856'
NEWARK, Nov. 6.-Democratic head
quarters report Cleveland plurality in
State N. J. 80,000.
CHICAGO, Nov. 6.-One hundred and
twenty-one precincts give Harrison
22,198; Cleveland 28,146.
RICHMOND, Nov. 8.-City gives about
1,600 majority for the democrats; the es
timated vote in 8 counties and S3tles in
dicate a democratic lose of from 1,200 to
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 6.-Indications
are that Pennsylvania gives Harrison
BosTON, Nov. 6.-Eighty towns in
Mass. give Harrison 26,674; Cleveland
17,467. Every republican congressman
was elected except one. Boston vote
complete gives Harrison 27,812; Cleve
State Republican by 24,000.
ST. PAUL, Nov. 6.-Ten outside towns
give Harrison 1,552; Cleveland 1,878.
Twenty outside town precincts give Har
rison 8,081; Cleveland 2,125. Seventy.
one towns and precincts including 35
precincts of St. Paul and 15 of Minne
apolis, giving Harrison 40,422; Cleveland
ATLANTA, Nov. 6.-The indications are
that Cleveland's majority will be
2,500, with a total democratic congres.
sional delegation elected.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 6.-236 Ohio precincts
give democratic gain of 843. Total vote
82790. Two hundred and seventeen
precincts net denocratic gain of 985.
Total vote 75,818. Democrats estimate
Cleveland's majority in Kentucky at 40,
000. All democratic congress claimed
elected but one.
New York Tribune says that the re
turns from Indiana indicate that Harri
son has made a gain in every county ex
cept one. Ten precincts in Indiana give
Harrison 1,100; Cleveland 954.
Eighty precincts in Indiana give Har
rison 8,860; Cleveland 7,791.
CoNCORD, Nov. 6.- The vote in 25
towns for Harrison 2,990; Cleveland 3,049.
In 1884 Blaine 2,911; Clevelead 2,980.
DESMOINES, Nov. 6. - Sixty precincts
give Harrison 9,177; Cleveland 5,922.
One hundred precincts !vr. I|.rri n
15,071; G'leveland 9,771.
RALEIGH, Nov. 6.-Election passed off
quietly, but show considerable gain.
MILWAUKEE, Nov. 0.-There is no
reasonable doubt but what the state has
gone republican by at least 15,000.
San Francisco-108 precincts of Cali
fornia, outside of the cities, give Harri
son 4,149, Cleveland 8,883.
Helena Herald estimates Carter's
majority at 8,000. Anaconda, Butte,
Deer Lodge, Missoula and Wickes give
Carter 20,000 majority. Meagher and
Townsend precincts give Carter 84; Clark
87. White Sulphur Springs gives Carter
178; Clark 111. The republicans claim
500 majority for Carter in Lewis and
FORT BENTON, NOV. 0.-Clark's majori
ty in Benton, 45; in Big Sandy, 25. No
The New York Herald editorial says
the indications at the hour or going to
press are that Harrison is elected to the
Great Falls Election Returns.
At the time of going to press, there
were 339 votes cast, as follows:
Clark 189 Carter 150
Collins 191 Harris 147
Garrett 186 Black 148
Wagner 171 Rilckard 151
Ulm 137 Hanks 190
Cllngan 181 Horton 166
Taylor 194 Benton 141
Turner 106 Downing 225
Clark 200 Churchill 1833
Ringwald 188 Heldt 144
Gorham 170 Rice 163
Dyas 151 Rolfe 178
Wetzel 179 Beachly 158
Longway 1067 Ladd 165
McBrine 164 Ford 172
McIntyre 171 Kern 1660
Huy 34 Rtace 156
Taylor 143 Fitzgerald 1
Hurly 12 Burns 173
Churchill & Webster.
The popular establishment of the
above-mentioned firm is located on Cen
tral avenue, between Second and Third
streets. Light and heavy groceries, drugs,
druggists' sundries and all commodities
appertaining to well-regulated stocks of
groceries and drugs are constantly on
hand. Messrs. Churchill & Webster are
particularly desirous of announcing the
fact that they have ordered a complete
and nicely assorted line of holiday goods,
comprising plush goods, toilet articles,
toys, etc., etc., and in fact have left noth
ing of materiality in an excellent display
of holiday goods unordered.
C. W. Black, of Belt and E. D. Hastie,
Sun River, are registered at the Minne
The following are registered at the
Milwaukee house: Thos. Davis, Truly;
W. G. Stark, Kibbey: Z. F. Chenoweth,
The bogus democratic telegrams on
the board in the Park hotel it was
thought emanated from the shop around
Joe Herring's team ran away yester
day forenoon and judging from the ap
pearance of the vehicle and harness, they
were somewhat demolished.
C. D. Ladd and Frank Marion are pre
paring a shipment of high grade ore
from the Gault mine. It will be received
at the smelter within a few days.
There was lots of money put up yester
day on the result of the election. Sever
al blocks of real estate, two or three
ranches, etc., were also put up on the
The following named persons are dom
iciled at the Park hotel: J. D. Taylor,
Chicago, Ill.; D. Tousley, Des Moines, Ia;
W. McNabb, Toronto, Canada; and Winm.
Devine, Sun River.
FROM the returns received it is fair to
presume that Great Falls has gone re
publican by a decided majority-Messrs.
Rolfe, Downing, Hanks, Hastie and Kern
running far ahead of the ticket. As goes
Great Falls so goes Cascade county.
While there were good men on the dem
ocratic ticket, there were exceptions.
To the names on the republican ticket
there are no objections. Our citizens
may therefore be certain of wise and just
administration in the respective depart
ments of public affairs.
The scene at the polls yesterday was
indeed an interesting one. Republicans
and democrats vied with each other to
secure as many votes as possible for the
good of their respective causes. The
streets of the city likewise presented an
unusual scene of curious activity. Vehi
cles were decorated with the national
colors and floating banners bearing per
spicuous admonitions. Men left their
business and mingled with the throng
bent on a political mission. Big politic
ians and little politicians, boss politicians
and their coadjutors were there. The
first election day in Great Falls was a
New Through Train.
Commencing Nov. 12, the Montana
Central and Manitoba railways will put
on through limited passenger trains be
tween Butte, Helena and St. Paul. This
will be one of the handsomest trains run
west of St. Paul, cons sting of palace
sleeping and dining cars. All new
equipments and of the latest design.
Passengers contemplating a trip East
will find it to their interest, both in rates
and time, to patronize the new line.
Position wanted by Norwegian girl in
private family. Apply to Christian Ole
son, at Minneapolis house.
Good bright boy about 13 years of age
wanted at this office to learn the trade.
A scholarship certificate for full com
mercial course in the Helena Business
College for sale at this office.
Park Hotel Bath Rooms.
From and after the first day of Novem
ber, 1888, the price of baths at my bath
rooms will be 75 cents.
Medical Lake Salt Bath, $1.
All Germans in Great Falls and vicin
ity are earnestly invited to attend a meet
ing on Sunday, Nov. 4, 8 p. m., at the
Vienna bakery, for the purpose of organ
izing a German Singing Society.
The New Livery Stable.
The Eclipse stable has been moved to the corn
ner of Third street and Second avenue South, op
posite the Pence livery stable, and occupies the
handsome new structure which has occasioned
much favorable comment. The stable is sup
plied with all of the accessories necessary
for a flrst-class livery stable. The building has
been constructed with a view of comfort and con
venience. It is lighted by the electric light. The
proprietor, F. M. Morgan, is now inl a position to
accommodate the public in the true sense of the
word. He has studiously observed th.lneeds of a
first-class livery stable, and is now in shape to
show his patrons the result of his observations.'
J. H. McKnight & Co. are agent forthe
Perkins Wind Mills and Pumps. They
are guaranteed to be the best in use.
Parties who intend purchasing are invit
ed to call on them and get terms and
When you go to Helena call and see
Mr. Beckwith's magnificent enlarged
photographs of the lovely scenery along
the Montana Central railroad.
Full reports of the national, territorial
and county elections will bet posted on
the bulletin board of the Milwaukee
house during the canvass, pro , nbuuo plub
lico. MATTIrss & Ill Ol.,.,
I have made arrangements for the elec
tion bulletins, and will have them posted
as received, at the door of my shop. 3d
street, opposite Lyall's bakery.
THOMAS RUTH, The Painter.
The mining camps in the Belt moun
tains will provide a home market, with
good prices, for part of the field and gar
den products raised around Great Falls.
The lands around Great Falls for hun
dreds of miles yield luxuriant grasses.
The prairies and table lands are espec
ially adapted to the raising of wheat, oats
and barley without irrigation.
The Northern Pacifip Railroad.
The onll Dining Car Route, Palatial llman
Free Emigrant Sleepers
ON ALL THROUGH TkAINS.
In effect on and after 400 a. a., Sunday, Anu
gust 6th, 18.
ARRIVALS AT RELENA.
No. l-Through West Bound, Limited, 90 a. m.
Na. S-Through West Bound, Local, 1.4 a m.
No. 2-Through East Bound Limited, 915 p. m.
No. 4-Through East Bound Local, 1S0a. m.
No. 8-Butte and Helena Express, 120 p. m.
No. 10-Marysvllle Passenger, 10:05 a. a.
No. Il-Rlmint AecommodatiorlecO p. m.
No. 7-Wickes, Boulder & Calvin pa'r, 59t p. m.
DEPARTURES FROM IIHLENA.
No. 1-Through West BoUnd Limited, 9:15 a. m.
No. 2-Through East Bound Limited. 930 p. m.
No. 4-Through East Bound Local, 200 a. m.
No. 2-Through West Bound Local, 2.0 a. m.
No. 7-Helena and Butte Express, 4:2 n.
No. 9-Maryvllle Passenger, 500 p. m.
No. 10-Rhltinl Accommodation, 82O a. r.
No. 3-Wlckes, Boulder and Calvin, 9:10 a. im.
S.WFor Full Informatlon, address
A. L. STOKES, Gen'l Ag't. Helenn
C. S. FEE, Gen. Inas. Agt., St. Paul.
Chicago, Burlington & Northern
R. R. Time Table :
Leaves Great Falls 4: o p v m. vI& St. P., M. & M.
By. Arrives at St. Paul a. inm.
0........Lv. St. Paul................. 0 pm
116........A, Winona................ 11:1 pIn
182........ " LaCrosse................ 1201 antn
191..... Pr du Chen.............. :49 ant
s........ "Diubuque ................. 9:68 am
8 S....... . Galena .................. 4,16 am
8o........ " Savanina.................. 40 anm
1Ph........ " Oregon ................. 6:10 am
41........ " Chcgo ................... 9r90 am
419........ " Peoria................... 60 pm
570........ " St. Louis................. 51.)1 n
Peerless Dining Cars and Pullnili Sleepers on
all through trains. No change of cars to Chicago
or St. Louis. For tickets, sleeplllg car accomuo
dations, Local time ahbles anld other infornlmtioon,
Freight & Passenger Agt.. Great Falls.
Or Address W. J. C. KENYON, lien. Passenger
Agt. C. B. & N. Ry., St. Paul, Minn.
Wagon No. 2.
Charges Reasonable. Great Falls. Mont.
W. P. BEACH LEY.
Genera' Stationery and News
A Full Line of Legal Blanks for Sale.,
Corner of Central Ave. and Foutrh Street.
City Meat Market.
WHOLESALE AND) RETAII.
Dealer in Fresh Meats.
OCENTIIAL AVENUE, BET. 3RD AND 4TH sT-.
Attention Given to Mail Orders.
Will J. Kennedy, Prop'r
St.Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba
Is thedirect and popular Ilne to principal points in
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana, also to St.
Paul and Minneapolis
POINT SOUTH A EAST.
The ONLY LINE Running to the three great
cities of Montlana:
II ELENA ,tnd
Their "MONTANA EXPREss" will bU put in ser
vice November 10th, with a train equipment un
excelled, furnishing splellndd day coaches, Palace
sleepers, Free Colonist Sleeplsrs and Superb lin
ing Cars of latest design.
"MANITOBA PACIFIC ROUTE" to
PGiET SolX1) i'OINTL'S.
AFFORDS OHEAPER RATES THAN VIA ANY OTHER.
Fast Time, Comfort, Courteous Attention,
,n This Company has for sale in 3[inne
I sota 2,00,ttl acres of Excellelnt Farm
n, razlng and Timber Landls, at. very low
prces and on favorable terms.
For maps and general lnforntlionll iqlire of
your own Ticket Agant or
J. BOOKWALTER. F. I. WHITNEY.
Land Com'r. C. P. & T. A.. St. Paul, Minn.
A. MARVEL, W. S. ALEAIHDoR.
V. P. &C . I. .;. TM.
First National Bank
OF GREAT FALLS.
OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 TO 9.
Authorized Capital,. $1,000,000.
Paid-Up Capital, - 100,000.
T. E. COLLAs - - President
JoH. LEP.LEY - Vice-President
L. 0. P .ELPs - Cashier
A. E. DICKERMAN - Ass't Cashier
C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS,
PARIS GIBsON, IRA MYERS,
ROBERT VAUGHN, II. . CIIOWEN,
J. T. ARIMINGTON.
A general banking business transacte
Exchange drawn on the principal points in the
States and Europe.
Prompt attention given to collections.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Complete in Every department. Agents for the
HAHN & WALTERS,
GOLD BLoCK , HELENA, MONTNA.
Next Dour to Isnpeyere's Drug Store. are the
Estev and Camp
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Parties Desiring to Buy or Rent a Plano or Organ
Should Leave Orders with themi
- aok-:cty are
Agents for Montana Territory.
Stationery, Cigars, and
C. '\V. CO=LJi.
Mover of Light
Orders promptly attended to. Priees reasonable.
SANIEI)ER, UI'LLEN & SANDERS.
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
Main St., Helena, M. T.
JOHIN I'. I)YAS,
NSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
(' )NV LYOY.N 'INI,
AUCTION anld Conulnission, Lulller, Shingles,
and General Agent.
OFFICE--Between Central and First Avenue
North, on Second Street.
I. (. CAMPBELL.
P ART ICULAII ATTENTION
TO CIHOiNI(' DI-EAS.EE,
OFFICE-Harris Building. corner 7th Avenue
Sounth and 5th Street.
A. I'. LONGEWAY,
OUN'I'Y IIYSICIAN AND
Cstt1 IG1 IN,
GREAT FALLS, Montana. Late House, Surgeon
to the MBontreal Western tHolspltal and Attending
Physlclan to the Montreal Dispensary. .
H. I'. EIOLIE,
A T'TOIINEY ATl' LAW.
WI iI I'ItAOT[CEf
In the higher Courts. Sp<ecil attention givetn to
OFFICE - Minot Block.
WILLIAM K:. KERN,.
.IVIL ENG EINEER:
O1 all Classes--Rnches, Ditches, etc. pDrught
llug, and Blue Copying. Cellars Melsursd.
OFFICE - -- Over Churchill & Wel ster's.
F. -I . .MOIt(-AN,
IRCIII'I'ECT & . 'ri:'liN'rENU
PLANS, Slecilications tand Estimates civea at
OFFICE - - - - Next door to Post )flice.
II. I.. HILL,
C ONTRAC'I'OR & BULIIIDEI:
IaOT'PI:-IASING( & .MOViIN(I,
All kInds of Johbing dollse promptly.
SHOP--On Third street. betweaen Secondl and
Third Avenue South.
It. A. TAIT
E NTIST: GIIEAT FALLS. 31. T.
Over Churchill & Webster's Store.
J.. K. KAII1KADDI)ON,
D ENTIST' :
Carefully attendled to.
OFFICE-.Lutlutra n Bloack, iear the P1s5 lOffice
on First street.
I1)1. E. ('II:Tt II]ER,
R URGE;IY AND DISIASES
SURGEON Slr Mountillt (eutral Railroid., Great
Fitlls . Mlontaslli.
OPFlFE-('allrly's IBullinllg. ('Clilr'l .Ivenuie,
1. H. McKnight & Co.,
FARM SPRING WAGONS,
Road 11agons, Buckloards, Road Carts, Superior Grain Drills, Sulky Plows, Break
ing and Stirring Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Tents and Wagon
Covers, Barbed and Plain Fence Wire, Mud Mills.
Team and Buggy Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips,
Cooper's Sheep Dip, Sewing Machines, Etc.
Perkins' Wind Mills and P umps.
Hay Rakes, Hay Presses, Hay Loaders, Threshing
Machines, Full Line of Mowers and Reapers.
tPWe are Agents for Woods's Mowers and Binders, John Deer Plows, Bain
Wagons, Cooper's Sheep Dip and Eldridge Sewing Machines.
Central Avenue, Near Third Street, Great Falls.
The Shoe Man
Hto Opane. his Fin.aly Equipped
Boot and Shoe Establishment
in tie Luther Block on Second St., Bet.
Ceintrsl and First Avenues south.
An Inexhaustible and Handsome Varietof
0 CARRIED IN STOCK.
LMail Orders filled Carefully and
.LVrNDRE Ti JEN"SEN.
(UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.)
Everyj Convenience Furnished that the Traveling
Public may desire.
SADDLE HORSES SPECIAL
THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC SI RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
P.4 UlL 4' FLETCHER; Pi'roprietors.
E. R. CLING-AN,
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
THE BEST PRICE PAID FOR GRAIN AND COUNTRY PRODUCEI
Belt, : : Montana.
W. B. RALEI(;II, F. H. MEYER, J. W. BELLIS.
W. B. RIALEIGH & 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 diese goods are now represented in endless variety and will he sold
At Remarkably Low Prices.
't Give us a call and get prices. Mail orders receive prompt attention.£
W. B. Raleighl & Company.
CENTR.AL AVENrr. G(REAT FALLS. MONTwAA.