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SEMI- WEEKLY EDITION. 8, NUMBER 82 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS VEST WARD. AALLS ROUTE TO BE XTENDED. Likely to Build FroI gut Sound-sDetlls he Projected SRoute. ch 11.-The following is ch to the San Francisco ensation was created here o ouncement by an even Ijor Rogers, chief of the pr ong party of the Man t1 reached Ellensburg urpose of James J. Hill ch Puget Bound from S sent terminus, through i the Bitter Root moun Perce Indian reserva Idaho. From Lewiston down along the Snake bank to Grange City, old make a bee line to S i that point it will alne to Cowlitz phss, iacoom on the sound, t of Tacoma. The route Sost an air line from d and will be several orter than the Northern e Nominees. 11.--Council commit without recommenda ns of Cullen for attor s s Guthrie for librarian. S f Logan for superin was reported favorably. of Sullivan and Preuitt, Big Blase. rch 0.-The most dis be loss of property, that re in seven years, broke rday in the basement of imonson's clothing house street. In 15 minutes read through the upper ping through the roof. of fell and a little later t n of the side walla, and wl the rear of H. Strauss' Ient down. One fire y and another slightly s & Simonson's loss on ; buildings, $67,000; ing, $205,00; Strauss' burchill building, $6,000. ounot to about $25,277. S... Ciurol. S'll.-Btishopl Brondel stone of St. Helena's inth avenue and Ho rday afternoon and de. He was assisted. aI aLLng. 10.-In every capital. leation of King Milan is triumph of Russian over y and as menacingthe The Karageorgevitch egin active attempts to e on the throne of Fer nd annexation. Bosnia hese are the probabill ltion as engineered and ernment at .t. Peters rch 11.-The Chicago, aul railway hasbroken bly set the ball rolhng war in northwestern e Burlington & North xt Wednesday, is to put 10 cent rate on flour. rted the Milwaukee on wilt meet the cut by re rate of 7/ý cents, thus S. ton d Northern 24 pueu Afr. rch 0.-The report is sdif generaly be rmagnshave viOlated rumor of the sinking e maa-of-war Nipeic Demonntlstlon. h 9. -The Samoan Academy of Music last IntlI thleperforsnince ng of all natibas," ih e proprlate flags. The eland, Egland; France ig amid applauses but Sflag was brought out f "Die Wacht am ihein" ing and a great tumult salted n a ,free fight of tio persons in the The Goldep, r mines, wealth in her s and pfoilotive soil in elh a~tiel; makes Mon tie home seeker worn, byt bs bttlee of life in rvation and Milk River for settlement offer a lers under their govern (Dawes,) Glasgow, ~lea I elena and Butte, via hat. ic& Manitoba Railway, h Butte. ormation appl toF. I GEO. It. °'IHAYEI B, of , says: "Both myself and Ives to SIIILOH'S CON. lURE. At Lapeyre Bros. L YOU cough when Shi. It~l; gq Immediate reiýef, 0ent ani $1, For sale by drugiao.te WHO WILL RE GOVERNOR? A Great Wangle For Spolls-No Nomina tlones. HELna A, March 11,-2:80p. m.-[Spec ial to the TnRsrUc.]-No definlte news of any appointments has been received so far from Washington, although it was be lieved that nominations would be sent in to-day. There is a big wrangle over the governorship I think no nominations will be sent in today. There is, however, no definite information here. A Recent Slate. WAsneaTovo,March 11-President Har rison may send to the senate the follow ing appointments for the Territory of Montana: Governor-L. H. lfershfleld of Helena. U. S. Marshal-George W. Irvin II. of Butte. Secretary of Territory - Wm. I1. Thompson of Deer Lodge. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court McIntyre of Helena. Collector of Internal Revenue-T. P. Fuller of Helena. LAT.n-8. 80. fhe following nomina tions have been sent In by President Har risen: United States marshal--G. W. Irvin of Hutte. United States attorney-E. D. Weed, of Helena. Collector of Customs at Benton-J.erre Bullivan. Up to this hour no more nominations have been heard of. Wool Market. BosTON, March 8.-There has been lit tle more demand for choice domestic wool the past week and prices have been an a steady basis. Stocks are great. Ter ritory and other unwashed fleeces sold to fair extent at previous prices, say 18@2tc. St. Lnouis Visitors. HELENA, March 11.-Chas. D. McClure, of St. Louis, accompanied by A. Lam beth, has left here for Granite yesterday. Ir. McClure, who is one of the principal owners of the Granite Mountain, the greatest property in Montana, was one of the earliest residents of Helena, and ilas many personal friends here. Kelly and Smith esmign. WAsnINTONO March 11.--The resigna tions of R. S. Kelly, marshall, and R. B. Smith, district attorney of Montana, were received yesterday at the depart ment of justice. Tom Cummings of Benton, is here, and today called atten tion to the fact that his term as collector of customs has expired. The candidates for this honor are Charles Miller, Jere Sulivan and F. C. Roosevelt,xll of Benton. Progream. It lovety importantitrthis age of vast material progress that a remedy be pleas ing to the taste and to the eye, easily taken, acceptable to the stomach and healthy in its nature and effects. Possess ingthese qualities,Syrup of Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle diuretic known. Yearling Heifern for Sale. A carload of choice graded Short Horns and High Grade Bull to arrive from Minnesota about March 10th. Will sell for cash, in quantities to suit purchas er. JosEPH ANDERsON, Rocky Hollow Ranch, near Finley's, Sand Coulee. Ferry Running. W. O. Dexter has now his ferry in good rngning order across the Missouri river, above the mouth of Sun ORiver. J. B. Beaucamp, Proprietor. BUSINESS LOCALS. Five, 10, 15 and 20 oent counters at the Bee Hive. You can find most any thing you want at the Bee Hive. House and rooms to rent in choice localities. Phil Gibson. t0o to the Bee Hive Store for Glass, Crockery and Tinware. FOR SALE-A stock of gents' furnish ing goods at cost. N. Nalbach. Gelsthorpe & Bohn just received a large stock of spring and summer goods. To Rent-Houses in all parts of town. Enquire of James Lawler, House Agent, 2d ave. south. For sale-A bedroom suit complete. Ihquire of A, Goodwin at Park Hotel Bath Rooms. Fox RENT-Two houses on Fourth ave nue South and Seventh street. Apply to Barnes & Collett. Fon RENT--Twostory brick building on Central avenue. Apply to Wm. Al brecht, opposite Park hotel. Fox RENT-A three-room house on cor ner of Fitth avenue South and Fifth street. Enquire of J. A. Pfefferly. A coal and wood office has just been opened up at C. T. Grove's grocery store, d ave. and 4th st. Leave orders. Orders for coal and wood given prompt attention, when leit with C. F. Fuller to;i, two doors west of the postoilce. Rooms to .et--Nicely furnished rooms to let en suite or single. Terms moderate. Inqqire up stairs, Kingsbury block. Leave orders for coal and wood with Emmett Race, next to Lopeyre's drug store-same will be promptly attended to. Calvert & Son, contractors and build ers. House work a specialty. O5ce, corner of Eighth avenue South and Third street. Bobby says he ia going to have a grand old New England dinner from 8 to12 to night at the Fith aveiue oyster and din ing room, under Trlgg's saloon. (all on E. W. King in basement of Cascade Steam Laundry if you want nny kind ot Plumbing or steam fitting done. All kinds of supplies on hand. The Headquarters sbloon has opened on Firet avenue sooth with a complete stock of wines, liquors and cigars. Music and singing every night. The public in vited to come and see us. LEwis & Co.,Props. SHILOH'S CATARAH REMEDY-A postive., cure for Catarah, Piptheria sod icaktIr Mouth For' sal by Lapeyre lrae, TRYING BRYSON. BOULDER' CROWDED WITH WIT NESSES AND OTHERS. Details oa the Crime With Whieh Brymon Is Cllarged-Balllet and Wallace Engagaed In tile Sult. BourDEn , March 11.-The case of George Duncan Bryson was called here today, and the forming of a jury was be gun. The case, which has been trans ferred here from Helena at the request of the prisoner, excites much interest. The hotels are overcrowded. About 6O witnesses have been summoned. The trial may last all the week. Bryson, it may be remembered, is charged with the murder, in Helena, of Annie Lundstrom, his mistress it is sup posed, tut who lived with him as his wife up to within a few days of the time when she was murdered. It appears that she had been supplying him with money for a long time, and that so soon as her money became well nigh exhausted--only about $800 left-she refused to longer supply him with gambling money. This mad dened him and he forsook her for some days, but they afterwards met and made up. Then she suddenly disappeared and Bryson appeared at her boarding house, took possession of her trunks, and by giving some plausible excuse for her ab sence, was permitted to take her effects away. Her disappearance became the talk of the town, and Bryson's conduct having become suspicious, he was ar rested. Still there was no clue to the mystery. In time it was remembered that he and the woman had taken a walk to the hills together, and that was the last time she was seen alive. This was the clue. A search revealed the woman's body in an abandoned shaft with marks upon it showing that she had been mur dered. The grand jury found an Indict ment, but the feeling against Bryson was so intense that when his attorney moved for a change of venue and argued it be fore Judge McConnell, it was readily granted. He will be defended by S. A. Balliet, county attorney, and crosecuted by William Wallace, Jr., ex-county attar ney of the sane county, the reasons for Mr. Balliett defending being that he wai engaged in the case before lis election as county attorney. Costing Changer. HELENA,March 9.-The Record has this piece of news in the form of a Washing ton special this morning. It is reported today that the president has decided to name the governors of the territories early-next week. Mellete is certain to be governor of Dakota. The Montana gov ernor has been selected and his name will be sent to the senate early on Mon day. He is strictly a Montanian and there is no question but that he will be acceptable to every one in the territory. It is presumed also that the territorial secretary willbe named on the same day. New Mexico is clamoring for a change which may be granted. Going to Chicago. HELENA, March 9.-T. E. Collins left for the east last evening. Scoring Great sluoesr. HELENA, March 9.-The Goodyear min strels who go to Great Falls soon are simply immense-opera house here filled toover-flowing every night. Enatrt·ined. hiELENA, March 9.-Dr. Cole gave a reception last evening to members of the legislature. It was an elegant affair. Bennedy's Bill. HELENA, March 9.-Kennedy's Aus tralian election bill passed the house yes terday and will undoubtedly become a law. It will take effect at the fall elections this year, The governoit es merday signed the registration bill. The eouncil has passed a slightly amended inspector bill. Shaken Up. PnHIsADLPwrIA, March 9.-Large sec tions of Pennsylvania have been shaken up by an earthquake. Sherman's Request. WAsaNroTow, March 9.-General Sher man asks as his sole request that his former foe, General Johnston, be retain tained as railroad commissioner. Captain Erieson Dead. New YonK, March 9.-Captain John Ericson, the eminent engineer, is dead; aged 86. Found Guilty. BOTLDsaR, March 8,-B, F, Walker, who killed Lunquiet and Reeves at Al hambra Springs last June was today found guilty of murder an the second de gree. ie got ted years. Astounding Repost. SAx FRAaCISCO, March 8.--Great prom inence is given by the papers to the rumor that an American man-of-war was sunkl in Samoan waters in a fight with the German corvette Olga. No credence is given to the report. The steamshin Alameda, which left here for Australia February 19, touched at Fatuila, the southern island of the Samoan group, February 25, and arrived at Auckland March 3. Had any engagement occurred at Apia she would probably have learned the fact at Fatiila, and c(rrled the news to Auckland, where the fact would have been cabled. The Synttleate 8till Firm. Now YORK, March 9.-There was much speculative interest in copper to day. The fact that the bank of France has come to the assistance of the CmtaD ton des Comptes staggered the bears, but prices are fractionally lower: For April delivery $14.60; for May deliv ery $13.50. The failure of the syndicate is not thought likely. The Rothchilds if not directly interested have fostered it by proxy, and would be unwilling to have any concern with which they are connect ed collapse. TIle Drum Lunmmon. MARYsvrviu,a, Mont., March 9.-The February output for the Drum Lummon mine was $o108,00; the working expenses were $49,500. Rich iscoivery Near Aspen. ASPEN, Col., March 9.-A marvelous discovery of mineral is reported from Maroon in this districtts Harry Adams, a prospector, was opening a trail to the Florence Belles mine, *hea his attention was attracted to a iles00j outcrop of-spar some few teet distant._ Pushing to the locality he was confronted by a well defined vein exposef" at the surface. Gathering the float he found it impreg nated with wire, brittle and ruby silver. equal in metal richness to that recently developed in the Millie Gibson, the as says from which run from $5,000 to $12, 000 to the ton, and is considered the wonder of the camp. The new vein is two feet between the walls, and ship ments from it will begin at once. Candidates In Plenty. WAsHINonTO - Herald Special Among others whom rumor connecte with official aspirations are General Will son, of Bozeman, for governor; Thomas P. Fuller, of Helena, for collector inter nal reyenue; .Dr. Grant, of Livingston, for special agent of the treasury in the Alaskan seal country; Mr. Goddard of Billings, for United States district attor ney; Thomas A. Cummings, of Benton, and Lee Mantle, of Butte, for territorial secretary, W. O. Speer, of Butte, Israel Cram, of Glendive, H. G. Molntyre, of Helena, and Mr. Iarlow, for chief justice; Capt. Kenney, of Missoula, and Geo. W. Irvin, of Butte, for United States Marshal. A Ten Milllon Sult. NEW YORK, March 0.-The court of appeals has handed down its decision in the case of Mary Irene Hoyt, appellant, affirming the judgment of the court,which held that Hoyt was perfectly sane when he made the will. This decision settles the famous contest over the milliono left by the late Jesse Hoyt, father of the ec centric litigant. Jesse Hoyt made his will June 20th, 1882. He created a fund, the income of wlhi. would' amount to $60,000 per annum, for the benefit of his daughter, Mary Irene; but the income was to be appropriated to her use at the discrmetion of the exectQrs, and did not be come hers absolutely. The estate invol ved is about $10,000,000 and had Miss Hoyt succeeded in setting the will aside, she would have secured the entire amnount. She will now have to content herself with the $60,000 a year that was left to her by the will. New M.lnlaters. WAseuINoToN, March 0.-There appears to be no doubt that Whitelaw Reid will be minister to England. Mr. Blaine wants him to go there. Senators Evarts and Hiscock have asked the appointment for him and a number of the New York delegation in the house of representa tires have joined in the request that he be honored in that way. This has been the height of Mr. Reids ambition and he will accomplish it at last. Ex-Governor Potter of Indiana is bhacked for the mis lion to Rome. Money Was the Halm. London telegram: The.gossips give a queer version of the true inwardness of the reconciliation of the Marquis of Ail esbury and his wife. The story goes that the Marchioness persuaded Lord Abing don, one of the co-respondents, who is enormously wealthy, to give her his check for $500,000 ii lieu of a life settle ment of $10,000 a year from the estate, and that she then returned to Ailesbury, who is as poor as a rat, except in entailed estates. Remember that Ayer's cherry pectoral las no equal as a specific for coughs, colds and all affections of the throat and lungs. For nearly half a century it has been in greater demand than any other remedy for pulmonary complaints. All druggIsts have it for sale. Chamberlain's cough remedy is famous for its prompt and effectual cures of coughs and colds. The most severe cold may be loosened and relieved by a few doses of this valuable remedy. For sale ly Lapeyre Bros. Notiee of D.ssolution. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Paul & Fletcher have dissolved partner ship. The business is to be carried on by A. W. Paul, who will pay allindebtedness and collect all bills due the firm. All persons owing said firm are requested to call and settle by March 1st, 1889. A. F. PAUL, S. A. FLETCuER. Great Falls, Feb. 7, 1889. How Doctors Conquer Death. Doctor Walter K. Hammond says: After a long experience I have come tothe conclusion that twothirds of all deaths from coughs, pneumonia and consumption ,might be avoided if Dn. Acker's Eng lish Remedy for Consumption were only carefully used in time. This wonderful Remedy is sold under a positive guarantee by Lapeyre Bros. There is no danger in giving Chamber lan's cough remedy to children, as it contains no injurious substance; besides it is unequalled for colds and croup. Children like it. For. sale by Taapeyre Bros, MOileh Cows for Sale. Car load gentle, fresh milch cows, will sell separately if desired. S. M. DODD. A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarah Remedy. Price J0 cents, For sale by Lape re Bros, BUSY TIMES. OUR MERCHANTS READY FOR THE SPRINO TRAISE. Splendid SItmes nUl He:ay Stoeks TLe Maerchalnts Will Sell at Modternte Prlces--They Defy Campettition. Hotchkiss & IHawkins are receiving goods daily for the spring trade. Mr. Fullerton is a good stationer and news agent as well as ranchman. It does one good to see Murphy & Maclay's store it is so full of groceries, hard ware and china ware. In showy windows, Israel & Silver manas takes the cake. That is in that line. Mr. Silverman is making friends all the time among the country merchants. Phil Gerlach's old stand is in good hands and continues popular. Mr. Jensen has a superb store, and su perb goods, too. I-Ie speaks German, Scandinavian, and even some Irish. Powers & Trigg's furniture store is a leading feature of Central avenue. Will Kennedy does a brisk trade, even when general business is dull. People must have beef and mutton. To see young people at Albrecht's is a sign of a recent wedding. He has furni which is cheap and at the same time good. Mr. Nathan is ready for the spring trade and the coming boom. His efficient associate, Mr. Kaufman, managed the store with success while Mr. Nathan was away. Budge & Kenkel's shoe store would do credit to any of the big cities. It leaves Helena shoe stores all behind. Churchill & Webster make a tempting display of family groceries. They have pyramids of canned goods that are sure to meet with ready sale. The dulcet sounds of a violin often fall on the ear when one is passing Emmet Race's store. The Lapeyres ace ready to give sound advice on garden and flower seeds. They sell them at Detroit prices. Bach, Cory & Co.'s store has a metropo litan look in both the grocery and hard ware departments. Alderman Dickinson's knee is as well as ever. He is kept busy these days. Ledgerwood has a good, steady trade and keeps a firm grip en all of it. Mr. Beckon's new store is a daisy, the ladies say. He says that the cash system pays. J. W. Matkin is never out of the popular brands of cigars or tobacco. Mr. Tannhauser, at Ringwald & Car rier's, talks interestingly on watches and jewelry. The Holter Lumber Co. and Ira Myers & Co. are both preparing for a busy sea son. So are Lincoln & McDaniels. J. H. McKanight & Co. will undoubted ly do a big trade in implements this year. Mr. Beachly's is a popular resort for book-lovers. Mr. Walt intends to add some lines of Michigan furniture to his already large stock. It is amazing how much a half a dollar will buy at Lord's store. Gibbon's harness business is growing. He gives good value and will supply any thing from a buckle to a set of harness. Mr. Bellis and Mr. Meyer of Raleigh & Co.. are firm favoriies with all who go shopping. The ranchmen who do business In town take care to load up with bread at Lyall's, or Zingle & Geis's. Secretary Wilcox reports brisk demand for the Cataract mill company's famous brands. Alderman Mitchell does a brisk trade on the south side, the result of good value and low prices. Mr. Wernecke, has his new store well equipped for business. It is under the old stand. Ashby & Co.'s mammoth store is invest ed with considerable interest for ranch men. This fine, soft winter has been a bad one for plumbers, but Mr. King is busy all the time, Mr. Marston combines sewing ma chines successfully with clocks, watches and jewelry. Myer Harris predicts a very busy sea son. He has prepared for t by buying a very large stock of clothing. A Narrow Escape. Cot. W. K. Nelson, came home one evening, feelings peculiar tightness in the chest. Before retiring, he tried to draw a long breath but fond it almost impossi ble. ie suffered four days from pneu. monia, and the doctors gave him sp. Dr Acker's English Remedy for Consumption saved him and he is well to-day. For sale by Lapeyre Bros. anchesr for Sale. Houses to rent. Lots to sell and buy. Ranches bought and sold. A. P. Miller, successor to Miller & Lowe, law, real estate and employment oilice, Central avenue, Great Falls. Wood Sawing. I will soon put in operation at Great Falls a machine for sawing wood. Will contract to saw from one to 1,000 cords. W. O, Dnxwlt. Coal and Wood Office. Leave orders for coal and wood with Dunlap & Mitchell. Lowest prices and best quality guaranteed. FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Conm plaint, have q printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vitllhser. It never falls to cure, For sale by Lapeyre Bros,. BACH, CORY & CO Great Falls, Montana. Groceries, lardware, Crockery, Stoves and Tinware. We carry the largest stock of Groceries and Hardware in Northern Montana. GROCERY DEPARTMENT. This stock is all new goods of the best grades only. We buy everything in car lots from first hands and our prices cannot be met west of the Missouri river. Hardware Department. This is the largest and most completo stock carried in this portion of the terl. ritory. This stock includes Mlning Tools, Steel, Iron, etc., Blacksmith Supplies of all kinds, Builder's and General Hardware, Heating and Cooking Stoves and a full assortment of Tin and Granite Ware. TIHE CLOTHING HOUSE. Don't Fail to Get Our Prices BEFORE BUYING. A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR EARNED. It will pay any one in need of Clothing, IIsts, Capes,IGents Furnishinog Goods, Boots ani Shoes to inspect our stock. Our prices, we guarantee, to lie as low s any ever given in Montana for first-class goods. JENSEN, THE SHOE MAN, IIns moved his entire stock of ioots and Shoes to Tie Boston, nest door to the First NsNational Bulnk. W. B. RALEIGI. F. H. MEYER. J. W. BELLIS. W. B. RALEIGH & CO. The Leading Dry Goods House. We respectfally announce the arrival of a large shipment of imported OVELTY - SUIT - PATTERN, which were selected by our Mr. Raleigh, who has been in New York for the past four weeks. These are the most stylish goods ever brought to this sec tion of the country. Come early and get first choice. Remember that we are the only house in town where fine Dress Goods can be had. Small dealers who do not visit Eastern markets from season to season, and who are compelled to buy from samples, cannot supply you with the latest styles, nor give you as close figeres. " New goods are now arriving daily. Samples Sent on Application. W. B. RALEIGH & CO., CENTRAL AVE., - - - - - GREAT FALLS. I. L. ISIAEL. JOsEPHI L. SILVElMAN ISRAEL & SILVERMAN, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN WINES, LIQUORS AND LCIGARS. CENTRAL AVENUE, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. rm PitACTI`AL E. T.lWARSTON atchmaker & JeweIer .A ffll line constantly on hand at eastern prices. All work reooived tem a distsanepromptly attended to. Setisfactioneguarantedl. Secindt street, Between Central Av b ant First Ave. Seoth