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HAT Is tUCH STRANGER THAN FIOTION. ga in One of the Alaska sa-A Sef.Constituted onnh' of On taluka in, April 19.--About three an named McPherson sailed nisco and eventually land aska, one of the Aleutian ging to this government. otfit consisted of a soit of 9merican flg, unbounded per purporting t, be sign General Garland, appoint ted States commissioner. the flag he took command hundred natives and forced ress him as "King McPher season he exacted heavy them and altogether he has a lovely time. Some months some of the natives did not him, so le hung three of asury agent confirms these Orson will be arrested and rancisco for murder. Dismissed. ril 19.-The cases against n, Dan Murphy and James the charge of blowing up on with giant powder have oions Murders. Fla., April 18.- Last nes, a negro broke every y of his four year old iron bar and then fatally Jones says he has fits and e last night. frerring Troop. R, April 18.-The transfer rom Yellowstone park has upon. Capt. Albert G. ,.second cavalry, stationed will be ordered toYellow Iove Capt. Harris. shed in Oklahoma. pril 18.- -A Times Fort as special 'says that four led on the border of Okla Word was received here of a conflict between the e men and Chickasaw po ord on Chlsholm's trail, 40 Oklahoma city, on the Can. The cattlemen were taking ed animals from Frank n the Chickasaw, to Kan unted police guarding the er of Oklahoma refused to use the celebrated Ohis ing through the new ter It resulted, in which the re re-lnforced by a party of Cook and Fanning counties, of the guards, named Geiss the melee, besides the loss le horses. The cattle men Abillne trail and went h the Cheyenne reserva sttle and Sheep. April 18.-Cattle-Receipts and shade lower. extra beeves $email@example.com; $4.00; stockers and feeders Texas steers $2.85@$8.75. pelpts 7,000. Steady. Na 5.50; western con fed $4.90 s $firstname.lastname@example.org. pper StilI Lower. April 18.-Bar silver 92 c; ominal. Lake and April d-Dull and steady. Domes enushed reveely. prlt 16.-Mrs. Josie Gurley, or idnepping little Annie Red- D ound guilty, and sentenced to W the penitentary. The child kept in hiding for nearly a di equate reason for the crime e ed. of U eet scner company. W Itx, April 19,-A beet sugar in been incorporated today tpl of 5,000,000, with Louis cl L, Outte, F. Ehrmann, Claus A d John D. Spreckles as direc- p latter holding half the stock. ci to erect large roger refiner- T points on the coast in ad- s0 .e already estabhshed at Wat 1., in expectation of refining n a year. tenatotnal Sugar Tenst. 'April 18.--Sugar again rose he Prague and Austrian jour e that the rise is due to scarc the prospect of international but it is believed that the chief t e existence of an international pt on the American model. pement In Rhode Island. moca, R. I., April 19.-Cupid I ted considerable talk in this city t the elopement of t1ss Fedora se of the belles of the East Side, rge McLeod, a student in Brown's ty. He is the son of a machinist , a bright young fellow just on oa f 21. The cotrtship is under have been of not over twenty ration. The young couple went na carriage and drove to East ence, where a license woe procured y were married. It is thbught by they have gone on an extensive he bride is beautiful and accom and just passed her majority. now in possession of more than The fortune was left her by her grandfather, t.re late Deacon Illely Times Eapected. a fall electlen in this territory prom go be of the most lively aod interest haracter, The various city elections Is spring prove vaer conclusively that the democracy of Montana is neither asleep nor dozing. It is up in arms, ready and anxious for the fray, notwithstanding the unlooked for and tremendous defeat it met with last fall. In Bozeman recent ly the democrats came within a very few votes ot carrying the day, although the city proper is admittedly republican to a considerable extent. The greater portion of our citizens were of the opinion, it is true, that the best interests of the city would not be served by retaining officers who have held positions for a number of years. They desired a new deal, new blood and fresh, progressive ideas; but the party whip was brought into use and the fall elections held up the party man, who reluctantly voted as he was told to do.-Bozeman Chronicle. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. [From Friday's Dail.] Many more colonists arrived today. A. J. Vance and son returned today from a trip to Neihart. This is Good Friday. It is a public holiday in some cities. It is reported that a large sale of acre property near the city has been made. The public are gratified at the liberal oifer of the Townsite company in regard to the parks. R. S. Hale, the Helena druggist and capitalist, passed through here today on his way home. Milt Henderson returned last evening from a trip to Barker, where he is inter ested in mines. The country is filling up from town to the senelter. There will soon be houses at every furlong. Bishop Brewer will preach again this evening. He made a strong practical address last evening. J. Gavereau is another victim of the change of administration. He loses his place as railway mail agent. A settler's shack near the smelter yes terday took fire and was soon burned to the ground. His wife and child had just oca cupied it. Mr. Weston of the Helena Independ ent left for home today, He enjoyed the trip considerably and favored the Thri nuNE with a call. Married, at Sand Coulee, April 18,1880, by George Raban, J. P., at the residence o the bridegroom, John Hollenhorst, to Lizzie Travers all of Sand Coulee. Mr. Shaw made a trip to Helena today. He has not been there since he left by stage for Great Falls, with two ladies as fellow-passengers, for Great Falls. The transfer is recorded of 80 acres of land adjoining the Black Eagle falls ad dition. The consideration is $20,000. The transfer is made by H. P. Rolfe to H. F. Collett. The Board of Trade meet this evening. The attendance should be large as mat ters of importance will be discussed. This is the most important time of the year for timely action. J. E. Winn of Belt has recently been appointed justice of peace for that pre cin.t and is bearing his honors lightly. He is now waiting for his commision and a rush of business. Stock-growers here are pleased that Granville Stuart has been elected presi dent of the Montana association. It ap pears that the association passed a strong resolution against any advance in railroad rates. Messrs. Paris Gibson, '. E. Colhlins Fairfield, Ladd, Brady and others who Sare interested in wool-growing will see that nothing is left undone to make Great Falls the favorite headquarters for north Montana wool-growers. Deputy Sherift Hamilton is serving no tice on the new jurymen and is loth to give their names until all have been in, formed. Cases are related by Sol Yates of ranchmen who managed to be out of the way when he called with such mis sives. The county commssioners are holding a special session this afternoon. It will be largely devoted to road matters. They will also during this session appoint the judges and clerke to act at the elec [ tlon onMay 14th for the election of dele i ates tothe constitutionsal convention. The Great Falls Choral Union expects to make much progress before the warm summer months set in. The officers in clude the following: President, Thomas E. Brady; first vice, E. A. Ringwald; see I ond vice, Mrs.. Riggin; secretary,. W. P. I- Dodson; treasurer, F. B. Wilcox. Prof. , Werner is director. The county commissioners returned to. day at 11 o'clock from their trip to the eastern portion of the county, where they made a general inspection of roads andl of proposed bridge sites. They traveled about 150 miles in their tour and are now well informed as to needed road improve ments in that direction. - The orgadizers of the Great Falls boat club met last evening atMr.Sttanton's office A committee on organization was ap pointed. Mr. Dickerman promised to procure the by-laws of other metropolitan clubs for the guidance of the members. The prospects are good that the club will soon be fully organized. It has already some ine boats, which is the main thing. A recent runaway caused more amuse ment than harm. Two colored men were in the wagon when the horse started from the depot. They deemed it better to Jump out than to stay and one of them landed full length on the ground with his face in the dust. The other, an old man, seemed stunned, but he was soon all right and able to walk to town. The 1 horse ran up Central avenue and thence to its stable without harming anyone, The Easter-tide services in the Presby terlan church on Sabbath next will be of a specially interesting character. In the morning at 11 o'clock the Sunday school children will render a musical program. d me full of fine choruses appropriate to the subject-"Christ is Risen," whilst at S7:80 p. m. the choir will give forth in Soyous strain the glad news of "The S'Triumphs of Joaesus, Our King," whilst 's the subject will be "Our Kinsman,Jesus." t The city officers-elect were not a little n surprised to find that they are elected for ,a term of two years, instead of one as heretofore the result of amendments to Sthe municipal act. The term of the may t or is for one year, however. An interest sing phase of this matter is that Col. Speer d fButte, who has been attorney of that city two terms, secured through the aiod Y of the Butte delegation, this particular re amendment, expecting that he would be a- re-elected for two years by an over Swhelmiog majority. But the perverse electors of Butte decreed it otherwise and 1 Mr. Corbett will be the framer of ordi y cpapoes and legal adviser of that city f.,r an two years to come, while Col. Speer will be skirmishing far business an tbh.s out -side. Why Womaen rse, n. Women lose their beauty because colds t undermine their life. Dr. Acwaert's Eng no lish Remedy for Consumption is an ly .biaopti cure for colds. Lapeyre Bros, BURNED £ '0 OUT THE TO*N OF OBENEY WIPL. BY FIRE. The Act Said to be the Work of an In cendiary - Mysterious Disappear ance of a Valuable Package at Brainerd. SPOKANE FALLs, April 19.-Nearly all the business portion of Cheney, sixteen miles west of here, was burned yesterday morning. The fire was unquestionably the work of an incendiary. Fifteen Thousand Disappears. BRAINERD, Minn, April 18.-A package containing $15,000 in gold has mysterious ly disappeared from the office of the Northern Pacific Express company in this city. The night clerk, Hohman, re ceived from the train at 1.45 a. m. yester day, four sacks of specie, two of which contained $15,000 each in gold, and two of $500 each in silver. the money was to be used in paying off the employees of the road. Hohman says he carried all the specie into the vault and turned the combination. A half hour later he dis covered one of the bags of gold was mis sing and at once notified his superior. Hohman is regarded as honest and faith ful. HINTS FOR SHEEPMEN. A Veteran Gives Practical Advice on Sheep Management. "Already the lambing season has far advanced in Texas and in other states in the lower half of our country, yet in the vast wool-growing region, lying north of 41 degrees, few lambs appear before April. Thus far the little strangers have been favored with an unusually mild spring, yet sudden changes at this season are to be expected, and the barns should be so arranged that sufficient shelter in the severest weather can be afforded. "We find among the various breeds a great difference in the susceptibility to cold. This is especially noticeable in comparing the merino with the English or coarse wool breeds, the former being less affected than the latter. As the merinos and sheep grading to that type exist in larger numbers in American sheep folds than others, the following applies more especially to them. "If the ewes have been wintered prop erly the lambing period will be passed over with less difficulty than otherwise, and three days' attention will in most instances be sufficient to place the young lamb in a condition to do its own part in the battle of life, unless perhaps it be the ewe's first offspring. As we have said before the first hour of a young lamb's life is the most important one in its entire existence, and a time when the shepherd should be near at hand, especially if the ewes be young and there is any danger of disown ing, or if the ewes be old and weak. It is best t alwayshavesmall pens for those of the ewes who are inclined toward disown ment, and to keep them closely confined with their young for a few days when they will soon come to recbgnize their lamb and no further trouble will occur. When you start for the sheep barn put a bottle of warm milk in your pocket with a rubber nipple applied, for if through inadver tance a new lamb is found in the yard or exposed place benumbed with cold, it can often times be easily and quietly recuper ated with this. Another good way to aid the resuscitation of a chilled lamb is to rub it dry with cloths, then procure stub, fill it partly full of water and have it as warm as can be borne by the hand; put the new comer into the bath and rub it briskly; this will start its blood into cir culation, and your lamb will soon gain strength enough to stand. Liquor added to the milk will oftentimes aid in reviv. - g the young lamb. "There is much that can be said upon this subject; however, owing to the crowded condition of our columns, we defer further discussion until another issue. Suffice it to say, that, having spent many an April night in caring for young lambs, the writer speaks as one who has acquired knowledge in the school of ex perience."-American Wool Reporter. Counting Chickens. Eta. The coming apportionment of Montana will be in the hands of republicans, and that is a guarantee that there will be no attempt at gerrymandering the new state in an attempt to defeat the will of the majority.-Inter Mountain. Terrible. Two-thirds of all deaths in New York City are from consumption or pneumonia, The same proportion holds for most s other cities. Delays are dangerous. Dr. , Acker's English Remedy for Consumption I will always relieve, and may save your life. a For sale by Lapeyre Bros. The following from the pen of Mr. L. P. Bardwell, editor of the Marion (Iowa) Pf Pilot, will, we believe, be of interest to Smany of our readers. H esays; "Itis i with pleasure that 1 certify to the real i" merits of Chamberlain's cough remedy. I 0 have used it in my family for years and it have always found it most excellent, and n especially for colds, croup and sore throat. e It is sae and efective. For sale by nt Lapeyre Bros. oe When a person tells you they never had or such a cold in their life take their word is for it and advise them to use Chamber to lain's cough remedy and cure it. For Y- coughs, colds and hoarseness it has no equal. Sold by Lapeyre Bros. at The most elegant time of Sateen, Zep id byr-cloth, Calico, Lawn, Btiste and ambray at W, b. RILEoIGt & Co. r- For lame back, tide or chest, use Shi1 se loh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. For Ad, sale at Lapeyre Bros. A magnificent line of Chimesettes, ill Lace ties and childrens Aprons at W. B. I, RALEnI. & Co. TIIAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickulyc cur by eiohi's cure we guar anpee it. Lapeyre Bron. Cg CROUP WWHOOP(N(G CIoUGI and an Bronchitis immediately cured by hlilohis Cure. For hale at Lapeyre Bros. Powers & Trigg, pug !iture Store 'VE IN STOCK , F FURNITURE, ALL KINDS .L 'O ORDER FURNITURE MADE ,.siness is conducted on ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE. Our b. a square basis and at LOW PRIO( We also have a carefully selected stock of UNDERTAKERS' GOODo, and give prompt attention to funeral calls. Embalming in all its branches carefully and neatly executed. Our motto is: "To BE ON TIME." Murphy, Maclay & Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS. DEALERS IN AND Heavy Hardware, CENTRAL AVENVE, GREAT FALLS, - - - MONTANA. SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! Budge & Kenkel, >r CENTRAL AVENUE. Boots ! Boots ! Boots ! First National Banki OF HELENA, MONT. Paid-Up Capital - $500,000 Surplus and Profits - $300,000 Individual Deposits $2,300,000 Government Deposits 100,000 S. T. HAUSER, President, A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President E. W. KNIGHT, Cashier, T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Ass't-Cash. ASSOOIATE BANKS: FIRST NATIONAL, Fort Benton, Montans. MISSOULA NATIONAL, Missoula, Montana. FIRST NATIONAL, Butte, Montana. A General Banking Business Transacted. Gelsthorpe & Bohn, -THE- LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS. The Largest Stock of Clothes in the City. TERMS REASONABLE--SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Cor. Central Ave. and Fourth St. F. W. WAITE,; -DEALER IN Furniture, Parlor Goods MATTRESSES, BEDDING, ETC. E. R. CLINGAý BELT, MONTANA rocerlies, Du -Goos, anl General Merchandise The Best Prices always paid for Grain and Country Produce C. A. BROADWATER, President. C. Mi. WEBSTER Secretary PARIS GIBSON, Vice-President A. E. DICiKERBIAN, Trenasure THE GREAT FALLS Water-Powe Townsite Co Industrial City. GREAT FALLS, having the greatest available water-power on the Amerean continent, Is destined to be the chief industrial city of the northwest. The Montana Smelting Company is now erecting here the largest works for the reduction of ores in the United States, and other extensive manufacturing enterprises will soon be inaugurated. GREAT FALLS is now the terminus of three railroads-the St. Paul, Minue apolis & Manitoba, the Montana Central and the Great Falls and Sand Coulee line. It is the Commercial Center of Northern Montana. "lation of 2,000 and is growing rapidly. Enterprises now under way It ha, a pop,. 5-ed will more than double the population this year. to hb inaugura. ',v Mountain region offers greater inducements to the settler tn o town the Roc, nectfully invited to come anil see for themselves. or invest< .~ and all such are re:, '-T FALLS and surrounding country, address For inf m ' tio,' regarding GRhL 'EBSTER, Secretary CHAS. M. l,. -at Falls. Montana. Gr. . CPREESTON KING 0. CTOWEN. Vioi-Pr sident. CATARlA TT IILL (OIPAo, Merch ant Millers. lannufacturers of the follh wing Brands of High-( rade Flour: Diamond, J Gold Dust, Cataract, Silver Lea.. Golden Fleece. CASH PAID FOR WHEAT. MILL FEED FOR SALE OFFICE - At Mtill, foot of Central Avenue, - - - Great Falle, ont Northwestern Fuel Company. $4.50 COAL $4.50 Per Ton. Per Ton. Delivered Direct from the Mines. Pennsylvania Hard Coal, Sand Coulee Coal and Belt Creek Coal. Mherohandieo and Furniture moved to and from the cars and to any part of the city, Office Central avenue corner Fourth street. H. RINGWALD. J. A. CAnrRIR. Ringwald & Carrier, PRACTOAL Watchmakers, Jewelers and Opticians. DEALErI IN ODiamonds, Fine Gold aiISilver Watches, Rich Jewelry Field Glanse s,e Fine Watoh Repnaiing a dealty. Ceno , . rit Falls. THE PARK HOTEL, (r ader New Management.) The Only First-Class House in Fine Billiard-Room and ar Great Falls. Stocked with OFFICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT CHOICE LIQUORS AND C ARS Central Avenue and Park Drive. JULIUS HORST, Proprietor. JOHN it. PAYNE, GEORGE MARTIN, CHARLES Y. ILINLOCHI Preaident. Vice-President. Cahier. Bank of Great Falls, A General Banking Business Transacted Sells exchange on all the principal cities. Cor. Central Ave. and Third St. Interest paid on time deposite. A Sett ,toi iven to rllections. Great Falls, Mont. .................................... WILL J. KENNEDY CITY MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail Meats. Central Avenue, Great Falls. Mail Orders will Receive Prompt Attention Great Falls Pioneer Brickyard. To parties wishing to ouild we oiler a brick that for color and durability renmains unequalled by any other yard in Montana. We are also prepared to give estimates and contract for all kinds of brick buildings. We invite a close inspection of our work and material, and the public will find our prices the lowest and work satils factory McKAY BROS. W. G. JONES, Planing Mill and General Job Shop Plahing. Matched Flnoring, lRustic Siding, Store Fronts, Doors, etc. Odd size sashes made to order. Window and Door Frames, Shelving and Counllters, Turn ' lg I snsud Scroll Rawing of all kinds. Shop on Fifth avenua South bet tthl and fth Std.