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Dan Voorhees Makes a Guess-Plot- n ting, for Statehood-Etc. VICTORIA, B. C., July 2.-Senator Voo rhees ot Indiana, while here on his way to Alaska, said that a commission would be q appointed to inquire into the fisheries question. Voorhees thought the question would form an issue in the next presiden tial campaign. Blaine's action in the eastern fisheries dispute might gain him the nomination. Without doubt Blaine d would be a presidential candidate at the tl next election, and though he might be r nominated, hl thought Cleveland,if nomin- d ated, would win the election. The only thing that would lose the election for Cle- i veland was the formation of a third party. Voorhees was alarmed at the strength of o Henry George in New York, and also Dr. I McGlynn, who controlled the Catholic vote, but there was a probability thatat the i last moment there would be a throwing'of t all this strength with the Democratic r party. Opposing Statehood. SALT LAKE CITY, July 2.-The Peo- i ple's party announced recently that the time is propitious for Utah to apply for , statehood and called mass county conven- I tions to nominate delegates to a constitu ticnal convention to be held here. The chairman of the Democratic terri torial committee refused to co.operate in t the movement and gave long explanations for adopting that course. The Republi can chairman likewise refused. He said: "When your Mormon church shall have abandoned its pretensions as a temporal I power we will consider whether Utah, though Mormon in population, may not I be safely trusted with statehood. Certain ly for the present we cannot consent to make the experiment." Simmons Acquitted. SArTsAs. Cal., July 2.--E. T. N. Sim mons, charged with arson in having set fire to the Hotel Del Monte, was acquitted on the first ballot. The Hotel < Del Monte, situated in Monterey, was the principal summer resort of the coast, and the structure, costing over half a million of dollars, was totally destroyed by fire on the night of April 1 last. Suspicion rested on E. T. M. Simmons, the former manager of the hotel, as having fired the building, and he was arrested on the charge of arson. The motives alleged for the act were revenge for his removal and a desire to conceal a shortage in his ac counts. The evidence was purely circum stantial, and the defense submitted the case without the production of a witness. In Helena Again. ITELE.-A, July 2.-Major Maginnis,who returned yesterday from St. Paul, made a trip to the end of the track of the Mani toba road. He says it runs through a pleasant and fertile country, though west of Minot there are as yet few settlements. Work on the road is going forward at the rate of four miles of track per day. For a hundred miles in advance of the end of track the route is lined with an army of men and teams, building the grade and putting in bridges. The major will pro bably remain in Helena the rest of the summer. Railroad and River. ][ELENSA, July 2.-Commodore Power says the Manitoba has already made through passenger rates to Montana points and will make a freight schedule via Bu ford and the river. As to wool rates, Mr. Power said that the Northern Pacific 7wool rate from Helena had been reduced with his sanction, lie having had a traffic ar rangement with the road. He did not think the Manitoba road would make any material reduction from Fort Benton. Mr. Power says the country generally looks fine but no where so well as in Montana. The Best Route. HELENA, July 2.-The Montana Cen tral's line from Helena to Butte, now in course of construction, will be 73 miles long, and at a 25 mile per hour speed its trains should transport passengers from place to place in about three hours. The 1 present roundabout route is 100 miles long and it takes five hours to cover it by the fastest train. Besides the trains often fail to connect and both passengers and freight experience vexatious delays. Thanks the People. Lo-nDon, July 1.-Queen Victoria thanks the people in a letter for the enthusiastic reception she met with on jubilee day. She says: "It has shown that the labor 4 and anxiety of fifty long years, twenty-two of which were spent in untroubled happi- i ness, shared by my beloved husband, and while an equal number were full of sor row and trials, borne without his sheltering arm and wise help, have been appreciated by my people." A Light-Weight Match. BosTON, July 2.-The friends of Jack McAuliffe, light-weight cho pion of America, and Jim Carney, I (ht-weight champion of England, have aanged a match between the two for the light weight championship of the world; fight to tEi finish, with skin tight gloves, Mar cuis of Queensberry rules. The battle to be for $2,50) a side, to take place between the 1st and 6th of October next within ;00 miles of Boston, Gold and Silver, HELENA, July 2,-The receipts of the Helena assay office for the past fiscal year make an excellent showing. The amount of gold and silver bullion handled was nearly a million and a half, or in the neigh. borhood of $125,000 per month. This is picer gold or small lots of bullion receiv 4 from small mines. None of the Butte 4or ,roLer great mines deposit with this .ofllce.. .e.silton Fish Dead. NOw yoi Jpnre 30.-Hamilton Fish died to-day after * long illness. Mr.Fish was secretary of state under President Grant. He was one of the oldest and wealthiest citizens of New York, The American Derby. CHcAGao, June 26.-The annual summer trotting began to-day at Washington park. The attendance was the largest ever seen on the ground, being estimated at from 30,000 to 35,000. The Derby, estimated at $14,000, was won by D. J. McCarty's chest nut colt C. H. Todd, by Joe Hooker, dam n Rosa, and was ridden by Hamilton. He was run out by another Californian, the Baldwin filly Miss Ford, with West in the saddle. All ages, one mile, Sacobie won; H Aurelian secona; Duke of Bourbon third. Time 1:40%. Affairs at Benton. g FORT BENTro, July 2.-The Judith, ' whose arrival was announced in a special dispatch to the TRIBUNE, had a cargo of n three hundred tons. Owing to the heavy p rise in the river, she was laid up three el days in Milk River chute and two days ti near Spread Eagle bar. it Dr. Sniveley, U. S. A., has arrived here ti on his way to Fort Assinaboine from Fort 1 Randall. The Rosebud passed Fort Buford on r Monday morning. She left Bismarck on the 22nd ultimo and expects to be here on Monday. A match has been made at $100 a side e between T. J. Todd's horse Daylight and J. D. Rickard's Nowhere. The race will be run on the Fourth. There will be a shooting tournament on the Fourth. A. Nathan, the clothier, will a send up a grand meteoric balloon, which I will be fifty feet high. Wants a Divorce. SAN FRANCIsco, July 2.-Mrs. Langtry, t the English actress, has taken a house in this city with the express intention of making it her legal residence. An inter- i view is printed here with Gen. Barnes, at- f I torney, who is reported as saying that the I actress will begin a suit for divorce after I t the lapse of six months-the period neces sary to acquire legal residence. I Russia Dickering. BRUSSELs, July 1.-Le Nord, the Rus sian organ published here, denies the re port that Russia is willing to accept the Anglo-Turkish convention concerning t B Egypt. If England will accept the Prince I of Mingrelia as ruler of Bulgaria, the paper declares Russia will execute the British policy and won't bargain about it. A Wrestling Match. BUTTE, July 2.-Articles of agreement r have been signed by McLaughlin and Walter Jones, a Cornish miner, to wrestle r to-day, July 2; style, collar and elbow, 1 Grteco-Roman and Cornish; best two in three. Jones is a large man, and has had i- considerable experience as a wrestler. Brisk Competition. LONDON, July 2.-Competition in the wool sales on Wednesday were brisk. ° especially for cross-breeds, influenced by a American demand. Foreign, especially French, competition was very. strong, a causing an advance. The present series it of sales will close on July 15. The Drought Ending. r ST. PAUL, July 2.-Heavy showers fell. Wednesday night at Jamestown, Dawson, d Minnewaukan, Lisbon, Lamoure, and - Grand Forks, Dakota. Light rains are e reported at Crookston, but none at Bis marck or Steele. It is hoped the drought is over. Pigeon Shooting. e DES MOINEs, Iowa, July 2.-The con ts test for the championship of America in ,- pigeon trap shooting here to.day was won r. by C. W. Budd of Des Moines, who killed >1 ninety-seven birds; J. H. Stine of Illinois *h killed ninety-five. Rise, thirty yards. Columbia Wins. NEW LONDON, July 2.-In the boat race between Harvard and Columbia, the latter won. Columbia's time, 11:33%; Harvard's, 11:35. A Great City Predicted. Secretary Nichols has received the letter appended from Mr. J. Fletcher Williams, the secretary of the Minnesota Historical Society, who is widely known for his learning and warm interest in the historic lore of the entire northwest: SAINT PAlm, June 25.-My Dear Friend Nichols: Your circulars descriptive of Great Falls duly received, and I read them with much pleasure. Some twenty years or more, ago, I talked with some miners who had returned from Montana and they gave me a very interesting account of the falls of the Missouri and the country sur rounding it. They then predicted that, at some future day, a great city would un doubtedly be founded on the site of these falls. 1 have never forgotten what they saia and your circulars call it tomind very forcibly. Whenever you publish any maps, descriptive pamphlets or anything of that nature, please send me copies to preserve in our library. I hope before many months to visit the coming city of the greatnorth west, and to see you again. Yours truly, J. FLETCHER WILLIxAS. Balm for her Bruises. The following incident about a woman who got hurt at a railroad crossing is re lated by the Chicago Tribune. She was a poor washerwoman, carrying home a bun dle early in the morning, and as she was crossing the track a switch engine struck her. The engineer saw her when it was too late, and, thinking he had killed the woman, fainted. But the washerwoman escaped with a few cuts and bruises. She didn't know anything about the liability of railroads in such cases, but her friends told her she ought to make the railroad company pay her something, Acoerdingly she rigged herself out and called upon the superin tendent of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy road. "Well, my good woman," said he, "what can I do for you?" The woman told her story and said it was her opinion she was entitled to dam ages. The superintendent was very courteous t to her, and after she had done he said: I "What do you think would be a reasonable sum to repay yon?" "Well," said the woman, "there's noth ing srall about me; I think I would like about $2.50. r The superintendent sent the woman home the happy possessor of a crisp $20 a note. A QUEER CITY. Gets Along Without High-Salaried Tax-Eaters. The situation at Lead City, in the Black Hills, Dakota, is unusual in many respects. It is a place of say 3,000 population, 1 without organization, incorporation, home government or local authority. The schools, courts, streets, health, police, fire regulations are all under the control of the I county commiss oners or are left to private management. There is a justice of the peace and a constable; the business men employ a night watchman. If there is a drunk and disorderly, the constable, with the help of the nearest athlete, runs him ' into an old lcg shack that serves as a bas tile, taking care to leave the door on the latch, and when the cooling off is com plete the customer walks out as well cor rected as if a police justice and rounds man or two had had the picking of him. I Yet, with this lack of machinery, the town is probably the most orderly and content ed of any in the Hills. No one being in authority perhaps makes the citizens more self-regulating. The nearest approach there is to a governing head is the superin tendent of the IIomestake company, whose advice is law in politics, schools and all local affairs. The company, whose main stockholders are the same as those in the great Anaconda company at Butte, really supports the town, and it employes make up nine-tenths of the voters. A movement was recently inaugurated by some of the more enterprising and ambitious men to get the city incorporated, but the Home stake quietly set foot on it and it was heard of no more. But it must be con fessed that the authority of the company is rarely and delicately used, and that its policy with its men and its attitude to wards the citizens and public enterprises has much to do with the good order, health and contentment, and everything to do with the prosperity of the place. Owing to the lack of the machinery of local gov ernment, the board of trade has great in fluence, and maintains unusual life and efficiency for such an organization. Lead City really has a high reputation for en terprise and bublic spirit; she has no government, but "she gets there all the same." This case is a quotable one for those who maintain that mankind is governed too much. POWDER Absolutely Pure. n This Powder never varies. A marvel of purity hban the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, shor d weight, alum or phosphrte powders. Soldonly in cans. ROYAL BAKING PowDER C(.. 107 Wall st.. New York. Notice of Final Proof. Land Office at Helena, Mont., June 4, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before John W. Tat tan, probate judge Chotean county, Mont., at Fort Benton, Mont., on July 20,1887, viz: Charles Johnson who made homestead application No. 3136 for the BE. 1 of sec. 22, tp. 20 N., range 4 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon. and cultivation of. said land, viz: Paul T. Rumsey, Charles P. Burghwill, Frank Oglevie and Frank Gehring, all of Great Falls, Montana S. W. LANGHORNE, Register. Notice for Final Proof. U. S. Land Office, Helenas, M. T., May 25, 1887. Notico is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Helena, Montana, on July 14, 1887. viz: John B. Risser,who made pre-emption D. 8, No. 7602 for the W. 'i of the SE. 14 of section 14, and the W. ¼ of the NE. 4 of section 23, town ship 18 N., range 2 E. ie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land viz: Charles Turner and John Ains worth of Truly Montana, and Frederick E. Tib bets and John kinsey of Helena Montana. S. W. LANGHORNE, Register. Notice-Timber Culture. U. S. Land Office, Helena, Montana, April 9, 1887. Complaint having been entered at this office by William J. Bower against John Woods. for failure to comply with law as to timber culture entry No. 1191, dated Januar*t22d, 1885 upon the N1 NW, and NW NE4 sec 27, tp20N R 3 E, in Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; contestant al leging that the claimant has failed to break or caused to be broken five acres of land the first year, and has up to the present time failed to comply with the requirements of the timber cul tarelaw. The said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 22nd day of July 1887, at 10 o'clock a. m. to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. Baid testimony to be taken before Geo. E. Huy,Notary Public at Great Falls, Montana, commencing on the 15th day of July, S. W. IANGHORNE, Register. Notice of Final Proof. Land Office at nelena, Mont., SJune3, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the foliwing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will he made before the Probate Judge Choteau county, Mont., at Fort Benton, Mont., on July 19, 1887. viz: Alberti. any, who ' made homestead application No. 2674. C. E.2 232, f.ir the the lots 1 and 2 and E. ?' of the NW. 4 of sec. 19, tp.20 N., range 4 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous ree idence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz. Silas A. Beachley, James J. Eastman, john L. Fairfield and Frank Pottle, all of Great Falls, tMont, S. W. LANGHORNE, Register, t Notice of Final Proof. June 3,1887. Notice is hereby given that the following 8 named settler has filed notice of his intention to 1: make final proof in support of his claim, and e that said proof will be made before the Probate Judge. Choteau county, at Fort Benton, Mont., on July 19,1887, viz: Albert J. Huy, who made preemption D. . No. 6182. C. E.1775, for thelots 1 and 2 and E 1 of NW 4 of sec. 18, tp. 20 N., range 4 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and culti vation of said land, viz: Silas A. Beachley, 4James J. Eastman, John L. Fairfield and Frank Pottle, all of Great Falls Mont. S. W. LANGHORNE, egiste. GO EAST VIA U The Northern Pacific Rilroad. The Dining Car Route And Great Short Line to all Eastern Cities 450 MILES THE SHORTEST ROUTE 4 LU TTo Chicago and all Points East. -AND THE ONLY THROUGH CAR LINE. LOW RATESi QUICK TIME! PALACE CARSI TI ME TABLE FROM HELENA. Train arrives from east, Pacific Express 725 p m west, Atlantic 7:50 am - departs for east 8:10 am west, Pacific " 755 pm For full information address C. S. FEE, A. L STOKES, Gne. Pass kAt. 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Samples sent by mail or express carefully assayed and returns promptly made. Charges reason able. J. A. CARRIER, Vatchmaker & Jeweler, P. O. Building. Great Falls. Repairing of all kinds done prompt lo and warranted. ChArges ReAsonAble. Fine watch repairing a specialty. F.ADKINSON, Attorney at Law. Gives special attention to Business in the U S Land Office, HELENA, MONT. BERT HUY, Architect. GREAT FALLS., MONT. Notice of Final Proof. Land Office at Helena, Mont. June 24, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to maketinal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof be made before John W. Tattan, Probate Judge. Choteau county, at Fort Benton, Montana, on August 9,1887. viz: illiam t. el lew who made preemption D. S., No. 8109 forthe W3 of the 8W V and the SW' of the NW4., see. 84, and NE % of the NE34 of sec. 883, tp. 21 N, range a east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of. said land, viz: Andrew Erickson, Barney Murray, Isaac 8. Corson and Alexander C. Lux, all of Great Falls, Montana. S. W. LAINGHORNE, Register. Notice of Final Proof. Land Office at Helena, Montana, June 24, 1887. nNotice is hereby given that the following nam ed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Frobate Judge of Choteau county at Fort Benton, Mont., on August 9,1 887, viz: Barney Murray who made preemption D. S. No. 8110 for the SE3 of the W4, sec. 27 and the N%, of the NW% of the BEi4 of the N WI, sec. 4t, tp. 21 N., range S east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous iesidence upon, and cultivatioa of said land vin Andrew Erickson, William R. Bellew. Isaac 8. Corson and Alexander C. Lux, all of Great Falls Montana. S.W. LAIIGHORIE. Register. Notice for Final Proot. Land Office at Helena. Montana, June 8,1887. Notice is hereby ven that_.the following named settler has filed notice of his intentionto that said proof will be made before Probate SJudge of hoteau county at Fort Benton, Mont., on ulp 1837, vi: Georsge W.Arstropaho made Pe-emption D. B. NO; 6,912 forthe 4o. NE 3of section 12 lots 8and 7 and WV( Bifi of section 1 township 19 N.. range S east. He names the following witnesess to prove his conatinuous residence upo ansd cultivation of. said land, viz: Charles Bemp, Joseph Keough, SFrank Norman and Willian Lorgan, all of rerat all, Hon W. LAOBN1ýE.BEbts First National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. Paid-Up Capital - $500,000 Surplus and Profits - $300,000 Individual Deposits $2,300,000 Government Deposits 100,000 S. T. AHUSER, President, A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President E. W. KNIGHT, Cashier. T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Ass't-Cash. ASSOOIATE BANES: FIRST NATIONAL, Fort Benton, Montana, MISSOULA NATIONAL, Missoula, Montana. FIRST NATIONAL, Butte, Montana. A General Banking Business Transacted. First National Bank Wm. G. Conrad, - President OF FORT BENTON. I Jos. A. Baker, - Cashier Capital and Surplus, $175,000. - We are prepared to make Loans at Cheaper Rates than any Montana Bank. Grand Union Hotel, Fort 2Ben.to-=.-, ~ost. --Only First-Class Hotel in the City- Rates 12.00 per Day and Upwards. Special Rates to Families. Sample Rooms for Commercial Men Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Northern Montana. First-Class Bar and Billiard Room in Connection. t SAM KOHLBERG, Prop. W WILLIAM H. McKAY. JAMES F. McKaI . McKay Brothers, Brickmakers, Contractors, Bnilders, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Brick, Stone, Lime and Building Material, Great Falls, Montana. H. H. HIGGINS, -Plain and Ornamental Plasterer, Great Falls, Montana. Estimates made on application. First-class work guaranteed. HORSES FORSAL Well Broken s Saddle, Work and Driving is HORSES. n- Address, CHAS. BREWSTER, TRULY, IMONT. Range-Smith River Rock For Sale! Frank Huy has Building Rock for sale of the very best quality. Orders left with Judge Huy will receieve immediate attention. SPURGIN & CROWDER, -Dalers in REM DY ID Wines, Liuors Ran Cigars. Corner Ist. Ave 8th. & 2d. Bt., - - Gret Flls James Mathews, -DEALER IN- Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 1st Ave. South, Great Falls. - ontsa Notice of Final Proof. Land Office at Helena, Montana, June 20, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made beforeJohn W.Tat tan, probate judge Chotean county, Montana, ait FortBenton, on August4,1887, viz: J ames E. Walker, who made homestead application No 3336 forthe SW .sec. 11, tp. 20 N., range 4 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land viz: Commodore P. Downing Delos H. Chowen, Oswald C. Mortson and Phil ibeson, all of Great Falls, Montana. S. W. LAN(IHOBNE, Register. Notice of Final Proof. Land Office at Helena, Mont., June 24 1887. rl Notice is hereby given that the following-nam ed settler hasfiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim. and that said proof will be made before the Probate Judge of Chotean county, at Fort Benton, Montana, on August 9, 1887.viz: Andrew Erickson who made preemption D. No. 8111 for the lot 4, sec. 4, tp. 0 N, range 3 E. and the 8% of the 8W( and the NE1 of the SW a, sec. 33, tp. 21 N, range 3 E, He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: William I. Sellew; Barney Mur ray Isaac 8. Corson ani Alexander C. Lux, all of oreat Falls, Montana. 8. W. . ANGHORNE, Register. Notice of Final Proof. Land Offioe at HelenaMont., June 27,1887. Notice is hereby given that the following-nam ed settler has filed notice of his intention to make ,rnal proof in upport of his claim, andthiatssid ppof will be made before John W.Tattam Pro batenudge of Chotean county, at Fort Benton, on A at6,1887, viz: James J. Eastman who made omested application No.3167 fortheW s oftheSWW, sec. 24. and the SEF4 of the 81,, sec. t lot ,sec dS, lot 2 se25,tp. N., range 3 . ie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residenee apm, and cultivaton of said land viz: .William r. N.ennedy Charles. WWgner, Charles B. Rmp and Lewis *. Peek. all earaset Fateal e, UoDN, Notice of Final Proof. Land Office at Helena, Mont., June 20,1887. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before John W. Tat tan, probate judge Choteau county, at Fort Ben ton, on Aungust 4 1887, viz: Commodore P. Down. ing, who made homestead application No. 292 for the SEA of the SW , and the Wl4 of the SEl and the 8E! of the BR, see. 9, tp. 20 N, range 4 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and culti vation of, said land, viz: James E. Walker, Charles A. Crowder Herbert P. Bolfe and ii bert Moran, all of reat Falls, Montana: 8. W. LANGHORNE, Register. Notice of Final Proof. Land Office at Helena. Mont., June 20, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Joh W.Tat tan. probate judge Chotean county, at Fort Ben ton, on August 4. 188., viz: Charles A. Crowder, who made vre-emption D. . No. 8149 for the SEt1 of sec. 10, tp.20 N, range 4 E. He names the following witnses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, viz: Commodore P. Downing, Delos i. Chowen, Phil Gibson and Jonathan D. West, allof Great Falls, Montana. s. W. slN4HOLNE, Register. Notice of tFinal roof. Land Oice at ,Helena, Mnt, ite 2 5.1881. Notice s hregiventhat thefolowieon gna - ed settler ase filed notice of his l.i o I make final proof in support of alnird_ thnt said proof will be made before Joi.n. ,wTat tan Probate Jud a ort I. enrton oAugust 13, 1887 via: Nettie -..:ibb wbo mpde preem ntie D.9ro.5 C. L.188iforthetld of -the= se".sec , t19LN., rsamie4Ean dlotsf flii t4 8e. 3,tp.2 )i agel Beames thefoloaimg` ndcLeod o Great. John Woods', ad David lan