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)LUME 3, NUMBER 13 " GREAT FALLS. MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1888. ' E, FIVE CENTS ILLED AT CIIOTEAU. ABLEtS GODot tMUnDES LOUISxe AABELLL AT BICHARD'S HOTEL. Me Mrdetr Evdently Crazed by Whis ky---Gmrat Eaeltement In the Town ----Gordon Conveyed to Jail at Benton to Await Trial. he quiet town of Choteau on the Te was plubged into a state of great ex ment Monday evening by the.murder Louis Labelle, .a French Canadian ep herder, by Charles Gordon, sheep arer. It appears as the sum of vari statements that Gordon was sheep aring for S, Fr Ralston of Maryeville to Thursday last, when, the work be done, he was paidoff and left for Cho ii. He was addicted to drinking, but ,er gotdrunk while at his work. In oteau he went on a spree as usual, was drinking hleavily on Monday so Mr. Ralston met him. "I think I'll haying with you," said Gordon.. "All t," said Mr. Ralstoii "come back with his evening." "I ill," replied Gor . "Lend me $2; I'Pns ead broke." He the $2 and returned to Richard's sa n. While there he 'appears to have rreled with Labelle. No one seems know how the quarrel began or what as about. Gordon apparently took ease at something and called on LaI le to apologize. Whatever was.said or e, Gordon Went out and procured a tbl. He tried to buy cartridges at rabfeld's but he would not sell him y. He then went to Cohen's andbought me, for which he paid 75 cents. lordon returned to Richard'sehotel and tol in hand called on Labelle to come t on the sidewalk. - Labelle would not me out, and was retreating toward the rroom, where there was about a dozen ople, when Gordon rushed in and fol ed him, .When within fotr feet Labelle he fired and shot m in the -back. The bullet pense ted his ,lugfis and he fell forward, log, "l'nltshpt,' lopd flowed freely im the woundi a low-gurgle was he fit. oceeding front the ruptured l.ngs andi a few moments he was dead. lmost as soon as.-he fired the fatal ot, Gordon let fall the revolver aii the t of Mr. Hopkins gnd fled.into tb' et. He was caught quicely and Id in -Jait until yesterday when as brsg befo Judge t for f r ot dg: ga td& Gordonwly lia tatee 'eo statement, as hurried oi8 to this oiL 'yeterdiy. 1e rrlved in the railroad ya ldelast evening as detained there until the Manitoba ain went over when he was placed board it and conveyed to jail at Benton. The murder, which took place at about :0 p, m., produced great commotion in hoteail, Nearly every one in town hur ed to Rechard's, where Labelle lay,still death. All who knew him spoke of m as aniiloffensive man of good cha cter. He was about 25 years old. Gor a, who is well known among wool owae ii'about 88 yearsold. He was td' an lod.istrious, hard-working - * ,& i a'elsady on a ranch even hen thee wiat no shearing to be done. PitybnUng o faea WNaonrto0, July 10.-The president Sto the eeait yesterday the nomina. n of Thoiqa~ LOaey of the corps of en neers to g vthif £f engineers with the nk of bri er Sgieral. The president so nomwsue tt. Stanford of New ork to. .ethlef Justice of-the supreme urt of Uteh JehiW. Jaudd of Tenn., hbe sociate Jtice of the supreme urt of ,Uthg h W. Weir of Penneyl. ota to l, hifs uoeland CharlesteA. rry of opsi-ota$0` D ar1 ess late Joue e of .the eupte . i. , He 0o nout4ql4edRerck hey o 0te J Of elopre]e o - ota oan. Jf5 i`patlyof Iowa to h. ailed -t4n,.1 J i t th'edletriot of askas h TNoQ-UwM ...eoJuly l-.The watara 0e to iisp)or t this village yesterday. bout two hor aferward Gen. Sheridan as brought aehofe without any appear noe of dieoosortot Dr;tleilly, who was Ith the genral du.irng the voyage from ashingtq lhft far tthe ,spital today ao coQunt of bueta Ws' eopemente, and his lhce bas tbeieu:bp Dr. Washligton thew. e following bulletin was sueed hbfy It phypitta "Not ithbtoezohp pareti fatigue of the enerapl'pe e tton from the Swa ra be a tably fair night. He was slightlitpe at itimes. His condi tion today ha been as satisfactory as could have Bise expeote. HIe pulse has been onost ierypiratton better and his appetlt l ep hosted." L sc, jls9Itolk De 4. DE~t. Lg jf, 1Q. Luoleo Wool folk, a sop ptrb Rev. Mr. Wooltolk, formerl~y a'ri`; of )oplotadiodbbre on Ou44o:t4 qv tsg after vepy short ill fes * $e U.04 .4 Og01en l Positioie in, the b ok Q¢ 4b11theria-law here, Mr, Larabie, $ 1 aogorsble l.fe and his at. fable maioers poafle 4i" zi!y warm friends. las i~)ýgtlr soil twcp ntsers re side here a p " Wood oaolk is' t 9 roe t h ? was tormorl edlgr ;t;. , Te~wseaa BRIIK S DEMANDS Y. Heav t Resipts at the Chicago 4a Market---The Sheep Market Stea y, CHIOCAG, July 5.-Receipts--Cttle, ', 500 head; bogs, 10,000 head. Ship ments-Cattle, 8,500 hand; begs, 5,000 head. CATrrLa-Thursday' receipts of cattle were much heavier than the dealers ex pected. The proportion of native beef cattle on sale today was larger than for many days past, but the present low rates and the pretty good condition of outside markets created a brisk shipping demand, and competition between buyers was suf flciently brisk to sustain former prices, although some salesmen reported the closing market weaker. The general market, however, averaged about steady and everything desirable changed hands. Dressed beef men bought some 1,100-lb Mexican pattle at $4 and some 1,400-lb natives as high, as $6; distillery cattle sold to them friely at $5.5005.85; most of the desirable corn-fed steers sold at $firstname.lastname@example.org some 1,448-lb oxen sold at $4.25; Coloirados averaging 1,270 lbs. sold at $5.25, and 1,804-lb Nebraskas sold at $5.85. Eastern shippers ald exporters paid $4.2580.25 for poor to fancy cattle; Quite a good many sales were made at $808.25:i oxen averaging 1,590 lbs. sold at $4.25; most of the shipping and export cattle sold at $58.0 and $8.80; receipts of Texas cattle aggregated about 4,000 head; the demand was good and prices were without any particular change; native butcher stock sold at former quotations; the outside demand for stock cattle was better; but values were without quotable change; a train load of Montana "grass -ers" averaging 1,289 Ibs. sold at $4.45. SHaex--Receipts, 4,000 head; ship meots, 1,500 head; market steady; na tive, inferior to fancy, $2.50@8; western $8.00@885; Texans, $email@example.com; lambs, $08.555 per head. ATROCIOUS OUTRAGE. -.treville, a French Canadinn, Criminally Asantlta a Child. FoOT BSlny,,July 7.-[Speciall to the Tribune]-A man from the south fork of dtin river brings news of a horrible and 'fiendish rape committed on the night of the 4th inst. by Michael Tureville, popu larly known as "Frenchy," on the dough pr .f.~ !m. Converse, a handsome child ;aWyen, years old. Particulars are un know,:- Freqchy has skipped the coun try, but a large party of indignant citi zens are on his trail sud he will surelybe lynehed if captured,, 'Ureville is a -renl Caoadlian, asd can: hardly peak th tglighh ngoag H',$phad alseelpcqt&iga. BeHeleaboaut fSyears oltand be a sister named Bir bee, who resideas:i the south fork of Sun river. He is a short, heavy set man and of tdark complekion. ,Of late years he has been addicted to'gambling. He is of a quarrelsome disposition. Mr. Converse was in town yesterday with a load of wool. He left here en horseback as soon ase-he learned of the outrage last night from Mr. Lippincott of, Florence. The two Conner boys are apong the party in pursuit of Tuiaevie, Dr. Fleming repoif that the child has not been injured seriously. Frenchy is supposed to he heading for the Canadian line. SILVEB AND COPPER, seported Deoavery oat E.siaove Leads in the Sweet Gres HsUes. FonRT Bawro, July.,--[Special to the Tribune,]-Conslderasbe excitement was Caused today by-the arrival ofame lRoes and Horace Clark from the Sweet- Grass Hills with specimens of copper glynoe ore, which runs 61 per cent copper" and fromi$ to $i54 per ton Ip silver. They bha1 baen prospecting in the SweetGraes hills all the spring end'aiminbr and have made 17 locations, whiit.s'iavebep duly re.arded, The leads rap frome foirtrp l lfe in width. Jas. Ros is well known lii Helena amd Butte, anid hia sent speci Aens to . fetrienss I(n these campe. Among others who bhave ;eured looations in the Sweet rGras hbillsare Dave Gil more and Major ulits from, Helena, Several prospecting ouitlte have passed 4tluagh town during the past week bound for the Bear Paw and Sweet Grass distrits., Wll n.eaeemmaaded. BT, PAUL, July 10.--)hares H. Berry of Winona, Minn., nominated to be associ ate justice of Idaho, was renomaeon4e4 by Congressman Wilson, General Sibley, Judge Flandereau and others. He was the first attorney gqneral of Minnesots, had lived in the state thirty years and is regarded as an exoellent lawyer. Judge Wilson looks upon the appointment as an eminently proper one. A Blame In Helena, HesnLwA, July 10.-Fire occurred yes terday afternoon about 2:80 at the Nor thern Pacific coal shed, altuated at the north aide of the track near the passen ger depot. It ise said to have originated from hot ashes that et fire to an oily box oar. The shed was entirely destroyed. Losse about =5,000. The Snde laetlal. BALTIMOIW, July 6.-The fourth day of the Sangerfei wa a very successful one. At the evaing concert, while the male chorus of united singere of Brooklyn were rendering 'tDie Wea t A-r Rhein," president Cleveland sod Mrs. Clever1ad ant Mrs, Folsol and (ol. sanouot enter g.When the song was pulshed ie eat was heartily appla'yed and hp a bowed las snksowled4at55 ETTERING BUTTE. 'TO. MONTANA CENTRAL INTENDS TO BE AT THE DEPOT TODAT. The ailroad Buildersn Expet to Have the Trak Ready for aTramc on Satuday--.--The Wickes Tun nel to be Finished in the Fall. Butrr, July 10.-The Montana Central construotion force was only three miles from the end of its work Saturday night. Engineer Ray expects the force will reach the depot today, when the buildings will be in shape to do business in. The 15th instant is set for beginning to run the regular passenger train service. They expect to see daylight through the Wick es tunnel by the 15th of September, and that it will be finished by the first of Oc. tober. Until then trains go over the sky line of the Helena, Boulder & Butte branch of the Northern Pacific through to St. Paul over the Manitoba line. Chief Engineer Beckler went over the work In course of construction beyond Meader ville in company with Engineer Ray and expressed his satisfaction at the progress being made. OPPOSIG ITHE ADVANCE. Later, 2:80 p. m.-The tracklayers have stopped at a hill about two miles from the depot. A man who owns land there obstructs the work and says the company must compensate him for the right of way before the track is laid. His position is legally weak. AN AIR SHIP EXHIBITION. Professor Campbell's Little Invention Pronounead a Suecess. NaE YOnx, July 10.-An air ship exhi bition at/Coney Island Friday was a com plete success. The little boat, pendent from a small oil-silk balloon, inflated with hydrogen gas, sailed from point to point in the big exhibition hall at the will of Professor Campbell, the inventor. After amusing 200 or so guests present the professor started the ship for the open air, set the small linnen rudder so the boat headed northwest and bade her be lively. For a moment the graceful toy hovered about the doorway, as if loath to leave such pleasant company, then, light as the thistle down, silently floated away through the moonlight to ward the great city. A NOTED TROTTER DEAD. arabite's Mantua .alls Dead Under the Wire. BwTTe, July 7.-A tragic feature of the 2-year-old trotting race Thursday after noop between Mantle's Ilton, Larable's .Mantua and Pinkham's Robbins, was the death of Larable'sanimal in the third head. In the first and second beats she came out last, but In the third-doubtless by exertion-she held the lead well down to the stand, where she was passed by Il ton, who won the heat. Mantua was close up with the winner, however, but just as she reached the wire she fell, and on examination was found to be dead. Her lungs were not In good condition, and the exertion and excitement brought the disease to a sudden crisis with the result stated. She was avahiable animal, three years old, by Fleldmont, dam by Forest Goldsmith. The heat was won by Iliton, giving him the race in three straight heats in 2:40" 2:482 and 2:41. *GEAT" INx ALL THINGs. That is What Editor Terkes Heads the Artiele Appended. The, several papers of this territory will have somtething to say about Great Falls and the "great" people of that section of Montana this week. The Montana Press Association held its annual convention at that city last week, and each and every member in attendance at the unusally large meeting were so royally and gener oui/ly welcomed, and so hospitably treated that they cannot fail to ever hold in fond remem.berance the wide gauged inhabi tants of the future 'Great." To mention each man separately who contributed to make this meeting the greatest in the his tory of the Association would take more space than we have at our disposal this week. The Association was tendered a free excursion by the Montana Central road, and during.the time at its disposal, was conveyed to all the points of interest aurrounding the thrifty young town, which gives promise of soon taking its place among the largp cities of the west. The numerous and magnificent wators falls, the stupendous smelter, and the coal mines were all visted and inspected unader the most auspicious circumstances. The people vied with one another in pro viding pleasure for their guests, and gave them a "true Montana welcome" from the start. Altogether, the meeting was one of the most delightful ever held. We caanot, at this time, do the people who made it so, full justlee.-Boeosman Chrau icle. Happlnes and Contantment. Cannot go hand in hand if we look on the dark side of every little obstacle. fothlng will so darken the life as Dys pepsl., Acke' y pyspepsia Tablets will cure the worst form of Dyslepasla Cos -~tlpatsa an Iadi estio. , and ra se life bapplnees andpl a peasure. Sold at t5 aod tf) cents by Lapeyre Bros. Goneral Sherldan's Trip. Dasbawacl BlanAswArn, July 6. The Swaisre withb Gen. Sheridan ans physicians pa boar has rasoaned hervoy "pE to & oaquity, IDass, FOURTH OF JULY VUN. Treasurer Diskermasn's statement of Re seipts and Expenditures. A. E. Dickerman furnishla the follow ing statement regarding the Fourth of July celebration fund, ofwhich he was keasurer. The receipts were $669.75, made up as follows: . elrtions paid .................... e$612 75 Joan iclair, entrane feesehorse ra es ..................... ....... 49 has. We sner, rent of stands, ..... s0e Total reeipts...... .... .... $66 75 The disbursements were $.614.58, leav ing a balance of $185.17. A few bills and purses yet remain un paid, which will leave a net balance of $115 at the disposal of the general com mittee for some public purpose. Messrs. Chemidlin and Stacnaughton generously turned their prire'of $5 into the school fund. The expenditures were in detail as fole lows: !no. yank preparing race track... .... 5 Jne ell, seonafireworks...... . K. Wellsrewrks.............. . 52 82 .er MacDonald saervices of band, .... 10000 Tribue Co. prtmiagnd b dvertiinsg.. 15 00 I peyre Bros...eiq , e o ........... ... 1120 W.S. Wetzel, . ... Bolter Lmnber Co.," ... B. Harris, lie Win. SaBellew, hanling P. Ba. tsak.. 700 Sotsktiss Hawkins ............ 15 Al, HoBkett eparla groends in grove and hanlng eswdust........... 00 . Corseer, lst lsse .i milelas..h i. 80 Chas..mnd, 2 .. ... 15 00 Jn. Cottle, d " . N Shas. RemAnd, lstprse 3 mile dash... 0I0 Braithwaithe. d ... 1 00 Jnlis BHorst, aet prie, trottng mm. .5000 C. W Whltcomb, st pise foot race.... 15 00 F. J Reed, 2d prie foot rae........... C. W. Whiteomb. let prias single-seall race ....................... ..... 15 00 Dan McKay, 2d prize siagle-sal race.. 12 50 D. Courtenaek, winner tab race........ 1 Chemidlin a Manaaseghton, 2d prize double scullrae .................. 5 te00 Total............................ 5,4 5 Balance ........................ 135 17 We Can and Do. Guarantee Acker's Blood Eliir for it has been fully demonstrated to thi people of this country that it is superior ýo all other blood preperations for blood diseases. It is a postivecure for syphiltc poison ing, Ulcers, Eruptious and Pimples. It purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds up the constitution. CONDENSED NEWS. Russia continues to fortify. ! L. P. Morton has been notifisd. Fire in Marysville, Cal.; los $200,000. Parnell. denounces his tory assailants and their forgeries. : Western and-central Dakota has been partly devastated by winds. G i sion of the New York ls|isliature. Mayor Hiewitt declines to be the presi dential candiiaote of the American party Nevada wins the five-furlong dash at Helena. Ben Cole captures the 2:10 trot. Shotwell, Clerihew & Lothman, the Mlnneaspolis jobbers, have been arrested for swindling. Emperor William will meet Emperor Francis Joseph at Vienna in September. The meeting promises to be a brilliant affair. The Chapman-Greel chemical works in Chicago burned recently, throwing about 100 men out of employment. The German govermnent has just paid 800,000 marks for a patent cylinder stop per for quicker firing rifles. The barn of D. Hoffman, at Hudson, Wis., was set on fire by fireworks and one horse was burned to death. John Banfield, a horse thief, was shot dead by Sheriff Buckwald, at Benkelman, Neb. Arkansas prohibitionists concluded not to nominate a state ticket. The pope is said to be preparing an en cyclical on the relations between church and state. An encyclical on the social question will be publtshed during the year. Pinkerton detectives and female "spot ters" have caused the arrest of twenty conductors on the Cincinnati & Indiana polls railroad within the last ten days. The cyclone which swept over Iowa on the 4th traversed a territory 100 miles long and a mile wide, causing great dam age to crops and other property. In the Pan-Presbyterian council in London Mr. Chambers of New York pre sided. Mr. Ellinwood of New York, Dr. Moore of Massachusetts, Justice Taylor of Manitoba, and Mr. Vicker of Montreal read papers. Bulls for Sale. I have for sale 20 yearling bulls by thoroughbred Polled Angus sires and out at well-bred Shorthorn cows. For par ticulars see or address F. D. Kingsbury, Kibbey, M. T. The bet and areat lRemed tfor c a o( all dseaes esed by any derasgement of I dvtr. Alspoye, ptseseh na Rowels. DyspsPla Sick Headache, Constipation, Bilos Complaints sl tNlark of all kinds yield readily to the beneleept fakence of It Is ptleunt to the tase, toees up the system, restores ud preserves health. It is purely Vegetable, and cannot t fato pern beneSotal, both to old and yon g. As a Bl pe Rllter it s saperto te all eers. $oep berwhreas t 1.00 beoa Taken Up. Came into my band on or about Octo ber let, one gray mare, about four years old-no brandls--with horse colt follow ing. Owner will please prove property, pay charges and take her awaly. J. M. CAMPE.MLL, Otter Creek, M. T. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. C. PALrENn. N. J. McCoNNELL. pAULSEN & McCONNELL, AnaRanIeei. AND BUPEERINTENDENTS. Inquire at office of Phil Gibson, or addreas dnrm at Helena, R. R. A. TAIT, PAINLESS DENHTIST. All kinds ot dental work caregflly attonded to. Teeth peinlessa y extracted with modern anas thetie.. Filling, etc. Frrm oneto twentyteeth xtracted per muntes with gas. OierrSin Phelps Building. A K. CARSKADDON D. D. S., CENTRAL . vouu, reat Falls. Treating, flling di. - eased teeth and inserting nartifiial crowns a speoialty. Artificial teeth insertel withont plate when practicable to do so. HOs. J. REED. M. D. U. S. EXAMIINNO SSgeon. Attendnt Physiiain and rgeon sor ianitoba Railheay, Great Falls. it G. CAMPBELL, . D., HOIEOPATHIST • and fisremasmon. eae s of womn a spe c alty.fo ho I 0 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. Office in Vaghn bulding, Central avene. DR. R. P. R. GORDON, LATE or EDINEORAuN. Sr eOTaND Offie corner First avenue North and Fourth s A G. LADD, M D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office Hoars: to 11 a. n. and 2 to 4 p.m. office at Lapeyre Brothers' drug store J H. FAIRFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Grant Fails. Montana. A F. LONGEWAY, C.M.M.D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office is Churchill A Webster's Ibuilding, Great Falls, Montana. Lets house surgeon to the MSoIntreal Western Itllpital and attending physician to, Montreal dispensary, WM. E. KERN, CIVIL ENGINEER, CaOUNTY SOURVEYOR AND U. S. DEPUTY lINEatAL SUIRVEYOR. Office in Minot Bailditag, Great Falls, Draughting, Blue Printing, &r. C. H. BENTON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Offie in Phelps' Blook, Great Falls, Montana 0o0. W. TAYLOR JAB. P. LEWIS TAYLOR & LEWIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND NOTARIES PUBLIC. Speical attegtion given to real estate and alnd entries. Offioe: Central Block, Central avenue, Gorea Flls Montana. JOHN W. STANTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Will praotieoo in all courts of the territory. Special attention given to real estate and minig ases. Great Falls, Montana. THOS. E. BRADY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office: Room No. 1 in the MoKnight building, Great FallsU. Montana. J B. LESLIE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. OFFIoE-Boom No. 2, McKnight's building. JOHN'CLINTON, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER And Dealer in all kinds of Lmnber. GREAT FALLS. - - MONTANA. 4§ Music Store, HELENA, M. T. KNABE, DECKER BROS., BEHR BROS. & CO., J. & C. FISCHER, IVES A POND, AND OTHER First- Class Pianos. A. B. Chase, Chicago Cottage and Clough & Warren Organs. All kinds of Musical Instruments and M.erh. andise, Wholesmdale and Retail. Corrospondene solicited. .W. J. JACKSON & SON. GREAT FALLS HARNESS STORE, All styles o Harness, and Saddles, Double and Single Harness. Bridles, Whips, Eto. 1 repairing promptly anad raimcally done, J. J. CIBBONS, Proprietor, ('entral Avenue, Great Valle, Montana, J. H. McKnigit & Co. DEALERS IN Farm aud Sprii Waos,, Road Wagons, Buckboards, Road Cart,, perior Grain Drills, Sulky Plows, Breaking and Stirrn PIows, Harrows, Cultivators, Tents and Wagon` iovers, Barbed and Plain Fence Team and Buggy Harness, `addles, Bridles. Whips, Cooper's Sheep Dip, SewJi;n Machines, Etc. cw ersl aa.le. `$apers, Hay Rakes, Hay Presses, Hay Loaders,Threshing Machines. The Wnnl- .ower has been strengthened, inereased and otherwise improved this season, espeony ro- e c fer had _ of all other competitors. We ..s y request any person who intends buying thi n to inspect our Mower and Binder bef ptichasing. Central Avenue near Third Street, - GREAT FALLS. .k . ... Central Ave., Great Falls. iI. L. IR R.ien. I. L. ISRAE L, WHOLESIALE AND RETAIL. D ;E4. IN Fine Kentucky Vhiskies, Imported and Domestic Cigai T , Hlar Glassware. Playing Cards, Smokers' Articles an5iresh Fnrits. RECEIVED THIS EK One Car Budweiser, E er and Bur gundy Keg, and one car C Beer. FRED LA M AN, Resident Managsr. W. B. RAL . . H. J. W. BLLl W. B. RALEISII C O.'S REDUCTION. SALE Will begin tomorrow, J34 r.th, and con tinue for two weeks. this sale we offer Parasols, Lawns and ther summer goods at COST and below , ` Our new shipment of sh rhich arrived last week, will also be at greatly re duced prices. A neat gl upper will be given away with each p e of shoes. It will pay you to exami toct before purchasing elsewhere. Mail orders solie W. . GR S, ., Cen rie., Great Falls.