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SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. 8. NUMBER 85 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. MARCH 28, 1889. PRICE. FIVE C ENCAMPED. E HODBDE DEPT PEOPLE. an Lark - Active Wolfly in Arizona tions Disagree ) His Merits. March 20.--Word was ght that six desperate se who committed the itizens at McClelland gae d near rark ain settlement*in the s Fayette county. They oth and dconstantly on prise. lien Players. rch 1B.-J. UT. Black erg, the two strongest ngland, arrived here to ed a hearty welcome 'n chess club. arch 20.-White of ' Deer Lodge are now overnorship. the Metropolis. rch 19.-The players of e ball club will begin g practice today. lage "HoyS." nn., March 21.-Yale rof excitement over a rpretrated by a party ents Ttiesday evening, iute of the late Profes ragged frpm its viedes hief was done. The. te was badly cracked sly bent. It has been place. The faculty gllinvestigatlon. an Apread. arh 21.-Henry c(an :Waters ind wife of thouae. W. B: "who has for several rlington, has left for S0.-or silver, 9 h 20.-Bar silver, 91)3 On Unioao. 20.-Cattle-Receipts Sdy. beeves email@example.com; ckera and (lfeders le, cows, bulls and n signs the List. rch 20.-President Ha d the list of land se ry of Montana under act of congress ap p 10, 1881, granting 78 and support of a uni 45,220 acres. It was St.of the interior de rawn from sale and purpose mentioned. 0 appear as an official lection of part of the to. Montana for the S university until such be vestid. It ils I elena district84,528 sores, Miles City Dihfavor. n h 20.-The flrtrtina icsharge is Wolfly .ft or governor of thiit a there is a considera lighborhood of Tus wO.conflnation. a O0. While ,lukd, -living at from Ispe and the \ .p msn, a and lietthen ransack t eeil ,*liefof a olth teaesiury f'ethrerpnblican aHe is ' peirsonal am and wlll- hae ith him In his hew Dyna Aal proofs on lnnd lawS of the United. sled on public land. y bought and sold o ed anctioneer of e 2d. foor Minot Montana. sick, when their lever well when 1sBel. this in mind 'egUlitr by an oo atrick's pills. Sold yo tlhey nevgr hail e take their woid to use Chamber. od cute it. For sees it has no u, Lapeyre Bros, one of the leadiug q'r, Iowa,, says that e,, Ae gvor used cliiirei BUBINESS MEN BUSY. The Boad of Trade Prepares for the Spring Campign. Business interests occuiped the atten tion of the Board of T'rade at its meeting in the Dunn hall last evening. Among those present were Messrs. Paris .Gibson, Wren, Rolfe, Stanton, Jerry Collins, Vaughn, Verge and Taylor. Mr. Jerry Collins presided. Judge Rolfe, from the gpecial commit tee, reported that some lapds which had been reserved as coal lands may soon be thrown open for settlement. It was also probable that eight townships in the southeastern part of the county will be surveyed soon. -- Jundggp Basse saidthat'aitoe J'apary -he had visited Minnesota, WiaconlatonOhio and Michigan under the auspices of the Board, and met with mady people who were desirous for information concerning Great Falls. There is a strong disposi tion to move westward. In Ohio good reports had been receited from- some persons who had been herp last year. He foaid Michigan thoroughly aroused. People were forming rolonies there, which will send out advance agents. From 200 to 800 people may be expected within a month. It was the interest as well as the duty of the people to see that the newcomers find suitable locations. He was sure the people would gladly co operate in pro.pting the success of this imrortant movement. Mr. Wren, the treasure, having sub mitted his report, a comm ee composed of Messrs. King, Dickermio and Stanton was appointed to collect a l unpaid dues and thus augment the cas on hand. Mr. Gibson observed th all concurred that this was an importantlera in the his tory of treat Falls. Fo# the first time the tide of immigration had set in here. This is essentially a new country. On that account we should plrce freely the benefits of our own experience at the ser vice of those who come here in quest of homes, Cordiality and kindness under such circumstances go a, long way and are appreciated. Buch will be extended to tlhe.new-comers. The new settlers de serve a hearty welcomer for they are a sober, industrious class of people. "My belief" continued Mr. Gibson, "is that Cascade Is to be the banlner county of Montana. In addition to our vast coal ields and extensive waler power, we have a broad; fertile region. No person can devote time to better purpose than to promoting the settlement of the country 1broundusJ e. After sonde remarks by tessrs. Collins, Stanton and others, the president and ex ecutive commtitee were iauthorized to appoint a committie to receive the immi grants Captain Taylor said he nad received a letter from R. B. Harrison oaying that he would see the fish' commissioner concern ing the stocking of the upper Missouri with fish. It was resolved to increase the mem bership and to meet weekly on Fridays. Preogress. It is very important in this age of. vast material progress that a retnedy be pleas ing to the taste and to he eye, easily taken, acceptable to the stomach and healthy in its nature and eracts. Possess lgthee qualities,8yrup of Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle diuretic S BUSINE.ss 1L00 Five, 10,15 andl0 cent ounters at the Bee Hive. You can find most any thing you want at the Bee Hive. House and rooms to rnt in choice localities. Phil Gibson. '.o~oto the'Bea Hive S.e for Glass, cockery and Tinware. FOB SALE-A stock of ents' furnish ing goods at cost. N. Nal h, Gelsthorpe & Bohn Jut received a large stock of spring and smmer goods. To Rent-Houses in all Parts of town, Enquire of James Lawler, House Agent, 24 ave. south. For sale-A bedroom suit complete. Inquire of A, Goodwin at Park Hotel Bath Rooms. FoR-RRsp-'Two houses on Fourth ave nue South and Seventh street. Apply to Barnes & Collett, Fon RHs--Two-story brick building dn'Central avenue. Appy to Wm. Al brecht, opposite Park hotel SRH.ater-AA three-room house on cor ner of Fiftht avenaue South and Fifth street. Enquire of J. A. P efferly, A coal and wood office has just been opened up at C. T. Grove's grocery store, 8d ave. and 4th st. Leave prders. Orders for coal and wood liven prompt attention, when left with p. F. Fuller. ton, two doors west of the postofilce. ' Rooms to Let--Nicely furnished rooms t0let en suite or single. Teems moderate. Inqpire up sthirs, Kingsbury block. Leave orders for coal and wood with Emmett Race, next to Lapeyre's drug sqre--- ame will be promptly attended to, Calvert & Son, contractors and. build ers, House work a specialty. Office corner of Eighth avenue South and Third street. "Bob," proprietor of the Fifth Avenue Oyster and dining saloon is a rustler. He has a dandy sign up, and is doing a good business, Call on E. W. King in basement of Cascade Steam Laundry if you want any kitd0ou Plumbing or steam fitting done. All kinds of supplies on haod. S..'VV. Rubottom has returned from a two month's visit in the east and is pre pared to do all work in ppper hanging and decorating.io the latest and most at tractive styles cheaper thanever.. The Headquarters salon has opened on First avenue south wit a complete stock of wines, liquors and igars. Music and singing every alght. he public in vited to come and see us. Lawis Co., Props. iols Cle ow for e. a.I load geitle, fresh ml cows, will o1 se~caratelt if ¶lcIrd, 74, BnPP. SAMOA AGAIN. ENGLAND HAS PAID DUE REGARD TO AMERICA. Base Ball Beginnings - The ea mous Chess Players Arrive Windom's New Ap polntee. LoNno , March 20.-The blue book on Samoan affairs show that England has acted squarely toward America and re fused to act with Germany until the views of the United States government were ascertained. Wantl to be aSt Free. WASnINGTON, March 21. - Makenny writes from Yuma, Ariz., asking a par don on account of ill health. He is con fined in the penitentiary for selline lig cors to Indians and refers to Thomas Cruz, William Muth, Lehman Bros., Pisk Bros., and other well known Mon tuana people. Mail Route Changes. WASHnnoTOw,March 21.-Changes have heen made in the time schedule of the ctar mail route extending from St. Igna tius to Clifford, Montana. The trip is to he made in 84% hours. MONTANA SIFTINGO. Judge Blake is talked of for chief jus tice. United States Marshal Irvin has re solved to stay in Butte. Dan Bandmann is arranging with John Maguire for a Montana tour. A. D. Edgar has succeeded A.L. Stokes its Northern Pacific agent at Helena. Butte has cable cars. Red Lodge will soon havea newspaper. FOUR NEW STATES. South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, WaNhiagton. On February 22, 1889, the president signed the bill creating South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana and Washington states of the union. nonTH DAKOTA,-The great Prairie State, to which the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba railway has three main lines, reaching Ellendale, Aberdeen, Water town and Sioux Falls. Go to South Da kota via the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Man itoba railway and pass through St. Paul and Minneapolis en route. NouR .TDAKOTA-Where is grown the NO. -shard Scotch fife wheat; whose healthful climate nurtures the most vfg ,rods and brainy civilization on earth; where single counties raise more wheat, oats and barley than entire states; the soil of whose fertile prairies is richer than the valley of the Nile; where the Turtle Mountain, Minot and Devils Lake land districts invite the home seeker to secure a free home. Magnificent daily train service to Fargo, Grand Forks, Grafton, Devils Lake, Bottineau, and all other important points. MONTANA, THE GoLDEN--Treasures in her mines of precious metals; wealth in her 4,000,000 head of live stock; profit in her fertile fields, producing a largeryleld of crops than any other state or territory; the richest country per Inhabitant on earth; where prosperity is universal; which has the best paid labor in the world; a balmy winter climate, caused by warm winds from the Pacific. The St. Paul, Minneapolls & Manitoba railway is the only railroad passing through a Con tinuous agricultural country from St. Paul and Minneapolis to the Bocky moun tains. It runs through the grest reserva tion of 18,000,000 acres of land, free to settlers, in the Milk river valley. Wood, water and coal in abundance; no irriga lion required; the only line pseasing through Great Falls, with its 1,000,000 horse power cataracts; Immense coal veins, and surrounding farming country of free land; through Helena, the capitol city and commercial centre of Montana, and Butte, the richest mining camp on earth, to San Francisco by the Columbia River Valley, Portland and Shasta route, or Ogden, Utah, to California points. Re member this is the only line running din eg cares, sleeping cars and free colonist sleepers of its own from St. Paul and Minneapolis to Great Falls, Helena and Butte. t It is also the shortest line te Butte. WAsuienrooN-The country of tall tim ber, indented by Puget Sound, the Medi terranean of the Pacific. Do not forget that the St, PaulI-Minoeapolats & anito ha railway is the only line which ofers a choice of three routes to the Pacific coast. The Manitoba:Pacific route is the only line by which passengers en route for Tacomsa, Portland and San Francisco can pass through Port Townsend and Seattle. Free colonist sleepers run tlrougb without change or delay. Dis ,'ie to the pacific coast !s same as by ether lines, hut prices of ickets are Wve ad ten dollars less, Take the Seattle route. For further information, maps, rates and publications in regard to the re sources of the four new states, write or apply to F. I. Whitney, general passenger and ticket agent, St. P., M. & M. Ry., St. Paul, Minn. She Is "Grateful." "I saved the life of my little girl by a prompt use of Or. Acker's E]glis Remedy for Consumption."-Mrs. WM. V. H41 RIx.AN, New York For sale by Lapeyre Bros, WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspep sia and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitil izer is guaranteed to cure you. For sale at Lapeyre Bros. leopeane, Miss Hanley has removed and reopened her boarding house, and is now establish ed on Fourth avenue South, near Fifth street, just back of the school house, She is prepared to furnish board and has also well furnished rooms. For lame back, tide or chest, use Shi loh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. For sale at Lapeyre Bros. CATARAH CURED, health and sweet breath secure by Shiloh's Cstarai Re medy. Price 50 aents. A ndal injector tree, ~'of sle at Lapere Bro , GREAT FALLS TO NEIRART, Good News for Great Falls and the Miners. OIt was an agreeable surprise to Great Falls when yesterday afternoon a Mon tana Central engineer corps under con trol of James Hlerron, who is Chief Mn gineer Beckler's efficient assistant, arriv ed in town. A TnRIUNEa extra was promptly issued and spread the good news through the town and suburbs. The party includes James Herron, as sistant chief engineer; E. L. McNair, transttnan; Harry Wheeler, leveler; C. B. Moss, romadman; S. A. Schobert, head chainman; T. H. Mulloney, rear chain man; It. Johnson, J. Scheid, J. Wolls chand, axmen; C. Bennett, rcook. The party will be reinforced in a day' or two. They are provided with supply and stake wagons and in all respects are fully equipped for the field. The party will resume the surveys made last year as far as Mann's ranch. The route will be selected with the view of accommodating the rich min ing camps of Barker, Nethart, Yogo and Wolf creek and with the view of enabling the miners in each place to ship their ores readily and cheaply to Great Fnlils. The projected route will cross Wolf creek and the Judith river. ' The party expect to make rapid prog ress with the surveys so as to make way for the graders. The arrival of the enginers has caused a lively stir in business circles. Merchants count upon doing a large trade with the mining and farming regions which the Belt rountain railroad will open up. The party left this afternoon for Belt and will begin work at once. TAKING UP LAND. Many Settlers Lcatlng on tile Rich Beneh Lands Adjacent to Great Falls. During the last week 3,680 acres of government land have been filed upon in the vicinity of Great Falls, that is, within a radius of fifteen miles. The filings are all under the homestead and pre-emption laws, by actual and intending settlers. Nearly every 100 acres between this city and Box Elder now has a cabin and the settlers are actively preparing for spring work. Some are plowing, others build ing fence and making general prepara tory arrangements for farming. The new settlers can not'"of course till the soul extensively tiis seanson, but in the ag gregate soqA'S vate a great many ureto tlhe graii output nf s$dle" cooa ty. The building of the Belt mointuains hranch will stimulate settlements. It is safe to say that at the expiration of three months, every available acre within ten miles of the line of the new road between Great Falls and the mountains u:ill be fil ed on by settlers. Undisputed SMerit. The great success of the Royal baking powder is due to the extreme care exer cised by its manufacturer' to make it en tirely pure, uniform in quality, and of the highest leavening power. All the scien tific knowledge, care and skill, attained by a twenty years' practical experience are contributed toward this end, and no pharmaceutical preparation can be dis pensed with a greater accuracy, precision and exactness. Every article used is ab solutely pure. A number of chemists are employed to test the strength of each in gredient, so that its exact power andl ef fect in combination with its co-ingredients are definitely known, Nothing is trusted to chance, and no person is employed in the preparation of the materials used or the manufacture of the powder who is not an expert in his particular branch of the business. As a consequence, the Royal baking powder is of the highest grade of excellence, always pure, whole some and unform in quality, Each box is exactly like every other, and will re tain its powers and produce the same and the highest leavening effect in any cli mate, at any time. The government chemists after having analysed all the principal brands in lhe msarket, in their reports placed the Royal baking powder at the head of the list for strength, purity, and wholesomeness, and thousands of eats all over the country have further demonstrated the fact that its qualities are, in every respect, unrivaled, Montana The Golden. Treasures in her mines, wealth in her herds, and a ferlile and productive soil in her valleys and bench-lands, makes Mon tana the haven of the home seeker worn, and discouraged by the battles of life in the densely settled east, The great reservation and Milk River valley just opened for settlement offer a free home to settlers under their govern meant rights, Go to Chinook(Dawes,) Glasgow, Ben ton, Great Falls, elena and Butts, via St. Paul Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway, the shortest line to Butts. For further information, apply to F. I Whitney, G. P. & T. A,, t. P., & M. Ry., St. Paul, Minn. Notles of Dlssoluton, .otice 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 all indebtedhess and collect all bills die sthe firm. All persons owing said firm are requested to call and settle by March let, 1889. A, F. PAUL, 0, A, FIawrosaan. Great Falls, Feb. 7, 1889. Herdatg, Joe Herring will run his horse herd here this summer at reasonable rates. Coal and Wood Ofmee. Leave orders for coal and wood with Dunlap & Mitchell. Lowest prices and best quality guaranteed. SHILOH'S V1TIL~TIBR Is what you need for Contsumpton, Loss of Appetite, and all symtoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 int 75 9ent per bpttle, Laeyre tBoa, GHASTLY SUICIDE. W. J. OLIVER OF ANACONDA KILLS HIMSELF. Shipwresk Near the Philipine Islinns Stewarat's Committree Com ing West MissoUL,a, March 20.-W. J. O:iver, manager of the Anaconda Hardware company, who came in on Monday's train, committed suicide by shooting him self through the head. As far as can be leirned the deed was committed about noon yesterday. Coroner Myers sum moned a jury and the following facts were elicited: A. B. Dix, a traveling hardware man, testified that he met Oli ver at Garrison MIonday and came with him to this city. He saw him in the Mis soula Mercantile company's hardware de partment between 9 and 10 Monday night. Both stayed at the Florence hotel. About 9 o'clock a. m. Dix got up and spoke to Oliver, telling him to get up or he would lose his breakfast. Dix went to the room to get his grip, but could rot get in and spoke to the clerk, who opened the door. The ghastly remains of Oliver were found in the bed, which was satur ated with blood. Oliver had been gamh hlng considerably and had lost quite a soum of money. The theory at present is that he had drank considerably and lost his money and that in afit of despondency he killed himself. - The Irrigation Committee. WASIrINsTon, March 20 .- Senator Stewart's special committee to investigate the subject of irrigating and reclaiming arid lands will meet in St. Paul in August, and proceed thence to Montana. The Remlis Wrecked. SAN FRANCISCO, March 20.-The steam er Remis was lost among the Phillipine islands on the 80th. Out of 165 people, only 24 were saved by the gunboat Argus. Copper Advancing. Now YotK, March 19-Bar silver 93, Copper--firmer nominal. Lake and Moarch 15. Lead dull Domestic $3.72% Three People Burnes. BALDWISBVILLIc, Mass., March 19.-A house situated near Day's mill, one mile from here, owned by J. M. Perley, was burned this afternoon. Mrs. Russel, aged 79, Tnd two daughters of a neighbor tamed TIruhart, aged 5 and 10, perished in the flames. Live Stock in Chlcaro. COICOAn, March 19.-Cattle-Receipts 5,000. Steady to strong. Beeves $firstname.lastname@example.org; steers $email@example.com; stockers and feeders- $.firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas cattle $email@example.com Wool Still Firm. BoSTON, Mprch 15.-Thegeneral cond tion of the market is not materially changed from its position for the past few weeks, but the volume of business swells up larger, although the tone is still quoted quiet. The demand is of a hand to-mouth character still, and the fact that the goods are slow and unsatisfactory has a depressing effect on the raw material. The outlook is all in favor of a steady mamtainance of prices, and the fact that notwithstanding the dullness that has prevailed since the first of the year fleece values have only fallen ofl about 1 cent is considered to be a mark of strength in the market. The fact is that the boom of last fall caused domestic wool to be clean ed up more closely than has been the case at this season for years, and the dull ness which has followed has been coun teracted by the light supplies in dealers hands. Territory wools are selling slow from the fact that stocks are badly broken and offerings have become greatly reduced. Lots are being cleaned up occasionally, and as in the case of other grades of wool values have worked down a little. The scoured basis for fine is about 60 @ 62re, with fine medium at 55 @58c, medium at 46 @ 48c. TELEGRAPHIC REPORT. BosTON, March 19.-There is not much change In wool. Prices continue gener ally firm. California, Texas and territory wools are nearly out. Hqomers Expelled. KANSAs CITY, March 20.-A special from Oklahoma City reports everything quiet there this evening, though the United ftates troops are still driving out the boomers. Lieut, Carson was knocked down by a boomer yesterday. The of fender was at once arrested. Four Tralmen Killed. ivnuIERE DU Lour, Que., March 19. The Halifax express on the Intercolonial railroad came into collision today with a freight train near Rlmouski station. Four trainmen were killed and two others were injured, but not fatally. Terrible Forewarnings. Cough in the morning, hurried or dif ficult breathing, raising phlegm, tight. ness in the chest, quickened pulse, chilli ness iu the evening or sweats at night, all or any of these things are the first stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's English Remedy for consumption will cure these fearful symptoms, and is sold under a positive guarantee by Lapeyre'Bro. Ranches for Sale. Houses to rent. Lots to sell and buy. Ranches bought and sold, A. P. Miller, successor to Mille b & Lowe, law, real estate and employment office, Central avenue, Great Falls. THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's cure we uatr ate it, Lanetre era~ Rnt0 BACH, CORY & CO Great Falls, Montana. Groceries, Hardware, 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 complete stock carried in this portion of the terrlI ritory. This stock includes Mining Tools, Steel Iron, etc., Blacksmith Supplies of all kinds, Builder's and General Hardware, IIeatng and Cooking Stoves and a full assortment of Tin and Granite Ware. LADIES ! LADIES ! LADIES! SPECIAL SALE: Ladies' - Shoes ! We will from to-day begin a Clearance Sale of Ladies Shoes, as we intend nositivoly to close ont onr stock of Ladies' Shoes and Slippers at Cost. DON'T MISS THIS SALE! Call Early Before Lots ald Sizes are Broken. JENSEN, THE SHOE MAN, AT THE KuCeO W. B. RALEIGH. F. f. MEYER. J. W. BELTIS. W. B. RALEIGH & CO. The Leading Dry Goods House. We respectfully announce the arrival of a large shipment of imported NOVELTY - 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 seasou to season, and who are compelled to buy from samples, cannot supply you with the latent styles, nor give you as close figeres. W- New goods are now arriving daily. Samples Sent on Application. W. B. RALEIGH & CO., CENTRAL AVE., - - - - - GREAT FALLS. I------- _ I. L. ISRAEL. JOBSEPH L. BILVERMAN ISRAEL & SILVERMAN, WHO ALE DEALERS IN WINES, LIQUQR3 AND CIGARS. CENTRAL AVENUE, GREAT FALLS; . MONTANA. H. T. MARSB,.OTNW .; A full line constantly on hand at eRstern priesll work reeivd from a distao promptly attendd to. tisaotion guamnteed. Feeond street, Between Central Av .and First Ave. South