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VOL. I. No. 21. GREAT FALLS. MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING-. N OVEi..lI I ,E8. 1' (E 5' .
Got There Just the Sanme
Oh, Grover subscribed ten thousand,
The cabinet, too-for shame!
Our Ben sent non to the campaign funp,
But he got there, just the same.
The old Britlsh lion's tail got burnt
In Ameica's free trade flame,
The Cobden club was given the rub,
And we got there, just the same.
Now Mary may shear her ltitle lamb.
If money should he her aim,
And with the price of wool so nice
she will get there, just the same.
.\nd Clark can pay his boodle debts,
And return from whence he came.
Tom Carter had no bar'l at all,
But le got there, just the same.
Hurrah I Hurrah! for Harrisou!'
For Morton's honored name!
By congress soon wn'll he made a stale,
And we'll get there, just the same.
City Items of General and
The Republican Ratifica
tion Meeting tonight--
Otter Creek Runa
Cheap Rate to Helena
'The Pioneer Hook and Ladder Com
pany met Monday evening. A committee
of five was appointed to make arrange
ments for the ball Thankgiving evening.
The colmpany is in a flourishing condi
tion and has money in the treasury.
"Bob & Dick's" Fulton Market will be
opened this evening in the building on
Central avenue formerly occupied by the
St. Elmo restaurant. A LEA.1Dlt represen
tative looked into the place last evening.
Theywere nmaking the room ia attractive
one, and no doubt the gentlemen will re
reive their quota of patrolnage.
The case oi Parker vs. - keeles came up
before Justice lhuy yesterday at 10 a. m.
It was an action of claim and delivery,
the plaintiff claiming possession of house
hold furniture located at Cascade. The
testimony was contlicting, and upon pre
ponderation the case was decided in favor
of the defendant. Geo. Taylor acted as
counsel for the plaintiff and John Stanton
for the defendant.
Among the arrivals at the Park lotel
yesterday were : L. Rosenfield and
Thomas J. Savage, Minneapolis; Mrs. E.
W. Bach and daughter, Helena.; and T.
A. Sears, St. Paul.
City subscrilbers who receive the daily
LEADER through the post oflice are again
respectfully requested to send their ad
dress to this oflice, in order that papers
may be delivered by carrier.
It is presumned that our numnerous
patrons ill Great Falls recognize tile use
fulness of tile daily LEAI)ER, and are
anxions to contribute towards its support.
The LEA.\DE will continue to greet you
as a bright nt wsy morning paper. We
count you as subscriers for the daily
The holidays are alpproaching. Busi
tness tment are receiving consignlments of
holiday goods. The LEDtElt is a good
Advertising medium, send in your locals
gebtlelenl, send in your locals.
Opinionated orangoutangs in the little
sllop around the corner prognosticate.
They say that four years hence democracy
will agtain come into power. l)emocracy
is only walking around to save funeral
expenses. Democracy will soon he a
The L.EAD)E will bet Jerry Collins $5
that nobody circulated democratic tickets
with the probate judges namc, on them
except democrats themselves who could'nt
stand the candidale on the democratic
side. Put up Jerry or shut up.
Somae malicious persons stole some
rules fron this office and daubed ink
over the press yesterday. The ltnames of
the suslpected hlave been given to the
sheriff and they will undoubtedly receive
the punishmenttt they deserve.
John \hoitehrad and Bertha Towna,
lately of Illinois, now resid(ing at Sand
Coulee. have procrued at marriage li
cense and will Ie married at that place
On Saturday next. The LE.t:At:t extetnds
ý' lt rat it lat ios.
eaehley ity over Wetzel for
Public Aldministrator in Cascade counlty
tas 22. Kern, cantdidate for county sur
Veyor on the republlican ticket, received
votes more than McIntyre.
Republicans turn out tonight.
Subscribe for the daily LEADER.
Nellie Boyd appears in Helena tonight
Mr. Paris Gibson visited Helena yester
Dr. Crutcher went on the fast train to
This city's governmental machinery
will.soon be set in operation.
Mr. F. G. Heldt is at work in the office
of J. I. McKnight &C Co.
The jail is approaching completion.
County Commissioner Harris called at
the LEADER office yesterday.
Fur overcoats were brought into requi
sition yesterday. Quite chilly.
Big republican ratification and jollifica
tion meeting tonight.
Mr. King the plumber is working in
the Dunn block. The building will be
heated by steam in a few days.
A large French Plate window in the
Dunn building is broken.
Wanted-Two firstclass compositors at
this office, immediately.
Mr. Ulm, of Ulm, arrived in the city
The earth put on her snowy white
night gown night before last.
Do not forget that the LEADEU's col
umns are open for the business local and
the perspicuous ad.
On account of the snow, nimrods will
skip out for the mountain and the bear.
The first-class accommodations on the
Manitoba railroad are to be eulogized.
The new works of the Light Company
have been started.
Washington, Idaho, Montana, Dakota
and Wyoming send republican delegates
to congress this year.
A marriage license has been issued to
George E" Nadell and Anna Curtis of
O'Dynamiter telegraphed the Indepen
dent the other day that Brady's election
It makes O'Dwyer have pain in respect
to his abdomen when he learns that 100
democrats voted for Downing and Rolfe.
President Collins and D. L. Tracy went
out to Sand Coulee yesterday to pay off
The Pioneer Hook and Ladder com
pany will meet again this evening.
The commissioners examined the
county jail yesterday and were satisfied
with the character of the work. The
jail is nearly completed.
A furniture establishment will soon be
opened in the Dunn block.
Mr. King has ordered a large whistle
to go on the boiler of the electric light
plant. It will be used for an alarm
for the hook and ladder company.
The hearts of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Langford, of Helena, are made glad by
the arrival of a bouncing baby boy.
Mr. G. W. Pence says his fine Ken
tucky team has fully recovered from the
effects of the recent runaway.
Mr. Merrill, of leua, is in the city.
Mr. Merril won $765, at sealskin coat, a
hundred dollar gold watch and half a
dozen lihats on Carter's election.
The galvanized iron work on tile
I)Dunn building has received a coat of
Mr. Phil Gibson will bring his family
to Great Falls on his return from lMinn
The Otter creek fugitives are still un
captured. Sheriff Downing returned
yesterday after an unsuccessful attempt
to find them.
The Record says George Martin is down
from Great Falls. It is quite a tumble
to go down to Helena come tothink of it.
The Record very kindly speaks of
Great Falls as a thriving village. Helena
was twenty years old before it polled as
many votes or had as many inhabitants as
The commissioners adjourned today
after examining the new jail.
Round trip tickets to Helena at one andtl
onetifth rates Saturday next.
A big ratitiation meeting will he held
this evening at Rlepuplican headquarters.
The band will be to the front and a torch
light procession is in prospect.
There will be a marriage oiln Seventh
avenue South soon. Particulars will le
iWhen you visit iHelena, don't fail to
call on Hahn & Walters. at the Montana
Business College. They have an excel
lent school in the Gold block.
A telegram from E. D. Weed says one
and one fifth rates for the round trip
have been made for the benefit of all per
sons desirous of attending the ratification
meeting in Helena Saturday. It is
thought a large number of Great Falls
citizens will visit the capital city and par
ticipate in the jollificatiotn.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Telegraphic Reports From
all Over the Country.
Murder Trials at
Assassination of Gov. Guy
Extreme Illness of W.
ly Speaks of
Gen. Harrison Struggling
Fotr BENTON, Mont., Nov. 14
Special to the LaiER.
The district court for Choteau CountX
has been in session since the Seventeenth
inst. Grand jury returned three true
hills for murder, and has another pending,
that of the Blackfeet indian who killed
one of his tribe on the reservation some
time ago. The trial of Chas. Gaden for
the murder of J. A. Lavelle terminated
this afternoon in a verdict of f.urder in
the first degree. The murder occurred
at the town of Choteau, on the 9th day of
July last, where both men were strangers
engaged in herding sheep on ranches
near by. They had been dringing to
gether for two days but no one
khew of their quarreling at
1 a. nm. Lavelle was sitting in front of
the Choteau hotel when Gordon sudden
ly appeared with a drawn pistol and said:
'come here, come here." Lavelle tried
to escape by running through the bar
room. Gordon pursued and shot down
his victim and then attempted to escape,
but was overtaken and at his trial hadno
lefense save that Lavelle insulted him
luring the day.
The trial of Mat Hoppe for the murder
of Adams near Fort Conrad, while en
route to Fort Macleod, which occured
last spring, and for which lloppe was
extradited from Canada.
The trial of Mitchel Fitzgerald, indicted
for murder, will be commenced tomorrow
Fitzgerald shot and killed a negro named
Williams, who was trying to run the
town at Beuton last September. It is
lIt just to the old citizens of Choteau
county to say that all parties to these
murder cases are strangers and these are
the first murder trials here in 10 years.
BENTroN, Nov. 14.--Special to the
Leader.]-The republican jubilee here
over the success of the party. The 20th.
infantry band furnished nmusic. Jamees
Bean and It. G. McIntyre of Helena and
W. G. Smith of the Marias, did the elo
quent speaking. Smith's was the speech
of the evening, the principal feature of
which was the nomination of Ilon. T. C.
Power for senatorial honors. A republi
can club was made which is intended to
be used on the democrats of Choteau two
GAINSYrI.IE,' Texas, NOV. 12.--Gover
nor Guy was assissinated Saturday night
iy the Chickasas.
W.tsttumlroN, Nov. 12--The applica
tion of David S. Terry of California for a
writ of habeas corpus has ltbee denied
by the Suipreme court.
LIME RO('K, Coinnecticut, Nov. 1---The
physicians have about given upi W. If.
Bomelaun, the promlinent denlxcrat, lilt
there is some hope of his recovery.
,VA.rsINl;'o)N, NoV. 12.--In the case of
the Bell telephone comlany the Supreme
Court has decided against that company,
After all Grover said lhe didtn't want
the second term. It would hav\ lell
unklind iot to hiave taken hilll at his
A letter to H. P. lRolfe from the 1101
ena U. S. Land Otlice notifies hili of
the decision of the Register and Recorder
in the case of Gorhlam vs. ('aimphlll, in
favor of his client. The case attracted
considerable attettion here last winter.
Mr. Ilolfe is to he colngitrtulated on lis
Th'Ie democrats of tnc east :uir' inquir
ing--..'What's the nmattter with .lollaln'a"
It is all right.
Fi\v republicani clngressnlll have
been elected from Miinn':ot:. ald yet
the democrats would ha. ' s believe it
few weeks ago tlht M[ilesilot \wul go
The next house in the Americai n coi
gLress will have 17 repullicill miiajoirity.
and the seInate will have i good1 working
Washingiton territory follows- closelyv ini
the line of Molntant and elect lu It ,publlli
c(u dele-lcate to congress.
Gioy. Leslie has appointed Thursday,
N\vm :I, a diay of Thruiks.rivint.
Nov. 14, 1888.
GOOD HOME TA(K!!
IN THE TERRITORY.
First National Bank
OF GREAT FALLS.
OFFICE HOITIIS FROM 9 TO 3.
Authorized Capital. - $1,000,000.
Paid-Up Capital. - 100.000.
T. E. CoTLIN President
.JOuN LEPLEY Vi e-President
L. G. Puin.Ls- Cashier
A. E. DICKEII1MAN Ass't ('ashier
C. A. ]ISIADWATEIt, MAIITrIN MOA:INNIs,
I'PA. IS IIIBI SON, IiA MYEIIS,
IOJEIlT VA\UGIIN, II. ( 'IIOWVI;N.
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A general bankinlg business transactedt
Exchange drawn oil the principal poillUts ill tihe
Stutes and Europe.
Prompt attention given to collections.
Interest nllowedi on tilte deposits.
Better than Fidelity !
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SANDEIS. CULLEN & SANI),1IS.
A TTORNEYS AND OUI'NSELiORS .AT
Main St., Helena, M. T.
JOHN P. I)AS.,
INSURIANCE, REAL ES'I'ATIE.
AUCTION and Conmission. I.lmlber. Shingles.
and General Agent.
OFFICE--Between C(entral and First AveIIue
North, on Second Street.
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OFFICE--Harris BOltdig. corlnr is 11 \vemne
South lind 5tl Street.
A. F. ILONGEWAVY.
1- OCNTY PIHYSICIAN A\NI)
GREAT FALLS. Montana. Late Ilouse anrgeon
to the Montreal Western Iospital ald .\ttedinug
Physician to the Montreal Dlspensary.
11. i'. IIHOLVF,F
A TT'ORNEY AT LAW.
In the higher Courts. Special attention given to
OFFICE .------ -. - 3Milnot Block.
WILLIAM E. KliERN.
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OFFICE - - - Over Churcill &t Webster's.
F. M. MIMOt(AN,
RCHITII'EC'' & Sl.t:lt,'rt:xn)
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