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GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE.
WEDNESDAY MAY 1. .1880.
TIHE ZRONIN TRAGEDY.
THE Chicago mystery is being un
ravelled. Public sentiment is aiding the
police and that means a great deal. The
cold-blooded barbarous character of the
murder shocks all well minded people
and will spur the police to do their ut
most to bring the criminals to justice.
They will be aided by the decisions on
the law of conspiracy in Illinois which
are very far-reaching and severe.
It is now clear, that Dr. Cronin,who
stood well in his profession and was a
man of good address and much general
information incurred the enmity of some
members of an Irish secret society by his
manliness in denouncing persons, charged
with fraud. He was about to follow up
his accusatio e at the next general meet
ing of the body. In revenge for these
attacks and to prevent the expected dis
closures, it was resolved to put him out
of the way.
The first act in the plot so far as the
public knows, was the renting, in Feb
ruary last of a floor in a building near Dr.
Cronin's office. Furniture was placed
there. This floor did not suit the purpose
Sof the conspirators, so they gave it up and
rented about March last a cottage mi the
outskirts of the city on the north side.
They removed the furniture to this place
and paid the rent regularly for it,making
excuses for not occupying it.
The next thing to do was to decoy Dr.
Cronin to this house and murder him
there. The conspirators even went so far
as to procure a trunk in which they
might place the body until they could con
In order to decoy Dr. Cronin to the
house, it is alleged, that an ice man made
a yearly contract with him to attend pro
fessionally any of his men who might
meet with injury. The person who made
this contract employs only four men and
could have found doctors much nearer
his house than Dr. Cronin.
On uessay evening, May 4th, a person
called with the ice man's card on Dr.
Cronin and asked him to go with him to
attend a man whq had met with an ac
cident. Dr. Cronin entered the buggy
and was on his way when he met a friend
Mr. Scanlan who reminded him of an
engagement for that evening. The doc
tor replied that he would be on hand and
On arriving at the cottage Dr. Cronin
alighted and went in. His companion
drove away. As soon as Dr. Cronin was
inside the door he was set uponby the
assasins who hit him on the head with a
blunt instrument and finally struck him a
fatal blow in the temple, with some In
strument which made a deep wound. It
is inferred from the blood marks and
broken furniture that the doctor made
a fearful struggle with his bhrderere.
The same night or perhaps some other
neight, the murderers put the doctor's
body in the trunk and carried it to the
catch-Jasin where it was found Wednes
day last. They threw away the trunk
which was picked up some days after the
Such is substantially the story of Dr.
Cronin's sad fate. It is alleged that his
death was decreed for "treasonable con
duct" bya committee of the Clan-na-gael,
but the "committee" may turn out to be
simply the miscreants whom he de
nounced for fraud.
A man named Woodruff who Is In cus
tody for horse-stealing appears to have
been employed in removing the trunk,
His statements are incoherent, but may
be of service hereafter. It is evident
that the plot was wide-spread, which in
creases the prospect that the murderers
will be found and brought to justice.
W. C. CHILD Is showing what can be
done in Montana by establishing a cream
ery on his model ranch. This successful
experiment ought to be followed by the
establishment of co operative creameries,
such as have been so succeessful in Mim
A full line of Beaded Caes and Jerseys
At W. rmal. C, o.
THE people of Great Falls will rejoice
that Major Martin Maginms is to deliver n
the oration here on Memorial Day-that is
is next Thursday. He will be welcomed h
with enthusiasm by his comrades, the F
"hboys in. blue," as well as by the people tl
at large, who appreciate his patriotic ar- h
dor during the war, as well as his public ii
services, which have found fruition ir o
the statehood that we are about to enjoy. a
Mtajor Maginnis' memory is stored with C
interesting reminisncnces of the memora- ii
ble times when the people were aglow 1
with martial enthusiasm and from the c
Potomac to the Rio Grande the country F
resounded with the clang of arms. As o
an officer of the First Minnesota he took c
part in the great battle of Gettysburg, tl
where his heroic regiment was in the F
thick of the fight and did much to decide e
the fortunes of the day. During and
since the war he has enjoyed the friend
ship of the famous commanders, as well c
as of the rank and file. 'In congress he r
was deemed by common accord an au
thority on military affairs and by the in
fluence which he exercised with Presi- I
dent Grant, he was able to do many a
friendly acts for the veterans in the regu- I
lar army, especially for those who had e
been transferred thereto from the volun- s
teers. Major Maginnis is thus well qual- 1
ified to speak on Memorial Day. He has e
that undefinable magnetism and sympathy t
such as made Napoleon's veterans em- t
brace him with enthusiasm on his return
from Elba, or rush to his rescue at the 1
bridge of Lodi. He is gifted with elo.
quence, which better than the artist's t
pencil or the actor's impersonation recalls I
the march, the camp fire and the shock i
of battle. He possesses also the soldier's I
generosity and displayed it in promoting
fraternity and reconciliation. Above all,
Major Maginnis is a true Montanii.. He
is proud of Montana and defended he"
effectually from the mistaken aspersions
of General Hazen. He is in accord with
the industrial spirit of the day and knows
better than any American statesman Mon
tana's needs and resources.
W. H. TonDD of the Fort Benton River
Press will be a candidate for the position
of chief clerk of the constitutional con
vention and without doubt will secure the
prize. Mr. Todd will make an obliging
asd capable officer. His experience as
assistant clerk of the house of representa"
lives will be of much value to him in per
forming the new clerical duties soon to be
assumed by him. From what it has
learned the TRIBUNE simply takes it for
granted that Mr. Todd will be named for
chief clerk of the convention.
BnoAnwrTEn'e hotel and bath houses
at the Hot Springs near Helena, now
nearing completion,will surpass anything
of the kind in the western country. The
estimated cost of the immense and ele
gant structure, when furnished, is $800,
000. Col. Broadwater never does any
thing by halves. Helena has not now and
will not soon have an enterprise of such
Importance and value as this. It is cer
tain to become a great popular resort and
before many years will enjoy a national
Ti'r Richmond Dispatch and Chicago
rribune are engaged in a lively contro
uersy in regard to Lincoln's war powers
and emancipation. Such contentions do
an good, north or south. The southern
press should keep step with the march of
progress and leave dead issues alone.
The northern press should encourage fra
ternity and let accomplished facts speak
for themselves. No party capital can be
made by poisoned arrows. The "bloody
;hirt" has had its day.
MONTANA is about to be the greatest
wool state in theunion. Such is the opin
ion of one of the best authorities in the
Boston wool trade. She would find ready
sale for 50,000,000 pounds now she if pro
duced so much. Montana wool is the best
range wool received in the eastern mar
kets. It is so good that we learn from
authority that much inferior wool is ship
ped from other territories and sold'as
TIIERE ought to be a large turn out on
Thursday in compliment to Memorial day
and Major litaglnnls, the orator of the oc
casion. Our merchants should suspend
business for a few hours so that their
clerks and other assistants may be able to
attend the parade apd exercises.
AMERIoA rules in copper as she does in
cotton, tobacco and silver. Accordingly
the foreign copper producers have found
to their cost that they could not dictate
prices to our miners who have such de
posits at their command as those in Mich
igan and Montapa.
BEro-t W. H. Todd becomes chief
clerk of the convention he ought to un
dergo a probation at truth-telling, He
has ever a month to prepare.
Bids will be received by J. ,. Tod for
the North Montana Fair Association for
the erection of one stable buildding 240
feet long by 14 feet wide. For further
information apply to J. S. Tron,
Sec'y N. M. F. A.
The best silverware cleanser of the age.
For sale by Muggley, the new jeweler.
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarah Remedy. Price
Ja cents. For sale by Lapel re Bros.
CROUP WHOOPNg1O COUGH and
Bronchitis immediately cured by Shiloh's
Cure. For sale at Lapeyre Bros,
WHY WILL YOU cogh when 81h
loh's Cure will give immediate relief.
Price 10 and 50 cents and 1. Forsaleby
Lapeyre Bros., druggists.
The most elegant time of Sateen, Zep
hyr-cloth, Calico Lawn, Batiste aod
Chambray at W, B. Rituoil & Co.
Beaded and Persian Trimmings in end
lees variety at W. B. RAhecGP & Co.
Largest assortment, latest styles and
lowest prices t .,Carpetp at W, B. RA-.
Mi. VILLann has unmasked, He ad
mite frankly that President James J. Hill
is the rival whom the Northern Pacific
has most fear. He points out that Mr.
1ill is resolved to go to the coast and
that the Manitoba road is already in the
heart of Montana. Mr. Villard accord
ingly rejoices that he has gained control
of the Oregon and Transcontinental
which in turn is expected to rule the
Oregon Railway and Navigation company
in the interest of the Northern Pacific.
I'he purpose of the Northern Pacific is to
control the traffic of northern Oregon and
Washington as it formerly controlled that
SMfIontana. In this the Northern Pacific
cannot expect to succeed. The gap on
the Manitoba line which separates Great
Falls from the cuast must soon be remov
ed by the construction eastward of the
Seattle road and the extension of the Man
itoba westward. The money needed to
constructthe line in question will be
readily subscribed when it is needed.
MAJOR RONAN, who left today for the
Flathead agency, spared neither money
or time in securing the arrest of the out
law Finlay. Since the murder of the In
dian by Finlay Major Ronan has person
ally directed the pursuit and came here
himself to take back the fugitive. The
arrest of such a criminal makes up for
thetime and money expended. We hope
that Major Ronan may long continue to
rule the Flatheads. He was appointed
by President Hayes at the instance of
General Schurz, the secretary of the in
lerior, and has met with the hearty ap
proval and support of each successive ad
ministration. He has never mixed poli
tics with his duties, but by firmnness, hon
esty and tact has made the Flathead res
ervatioun a model for all others.
JOIonE 1060A0AM of New Jersey, has
made a note-worthy ruling in a libel suit
kgainst the World, brought by Hod
ges of Cranford, N. J., because that jour
nal had published a private letter show
ing that Hodges had so deceived a man
in a real estate transaction that he had
lost $600, the earnings of a life time. In
his charge Judge Ingraham told the jury
that if the World's statement were true
they should find for the defendant which
they did. This will be a warning to evil
doers who suppose they can bulldoze the
A ST. LOUIs wool circular says: "In
packing wool for shipment always oact
burry, cotted, black and chaffy separate,
first removing all straw, dung locks or
other substance not belonging to a good
clean fleece of wool, and by all means
pack burry separate, as often sta few fleeces
condemn a whole sack. Tie each fleece
with wool twine and pack your sacks only
reasonably tight, as to pack a sack tightly
is apt to damage its appearance, and the
heavy weighty appearance is apt to mis
lead the buyer as to its true condition."
THE attempt of the Helena Journal to
make light of the recent democratic vic
tory by printing a bewildering and incor
rect array of ffgures falls flat. The stub
born fact still remains that 18 districts
which were republican last year went
strongly democratic on the 14th of May.
It follows that if the democracy were not
hampered by the minority plan they
would have 45 out of the 75 delegates.
But they have enough.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office of Stephens, Bickford & HBig
gins, Missoula, M. T., up to the hour of
12 m., June 5th, A. D. 1889, for the erec
tion of the Higgins Bank building. The
plans and specifications can at any time
be seen at the office aforeeaid.
Contractors may give figures for the
erection ofat the whole structure, or for
any department of the works. If a ten
der or bid is given for the whole the con
tractors must stipulate the cost of each
part embraced by the figures he may
submit. The owners reserve the right to
reject any or all bids. Should further
explanation or information be desired by
local contractors, they can get the same
by calling at the office of the architects,
Messrs. Paulsen & McConnell, rooms 84,
85 and 88, Pittsburg block, Helena.
FRANK G. HaIGINS.
Three days is a very short time in
which to cure a bad case of rheumatism;
but it can be done, if the proper treat.
ment is adopted, as will be seen by the
following from James Lambert, of New
Brunswick, Ills. "I was badly afflicted
with rheumatisom in the hips and legs,
when I bought a bottle of Chamberlaln's
Pain Balm. It cured me in three dayp.
I am all light totay; and would insist on
every one who is afflicted with that terri
ble disease, to use Chamberlain's Pain
Balm anti get well at once," For sale by
First a cold, then a cpugh, then con
sumption, then death. "I took Dr. Ack
er's English Remedy for Consumption
the moment I began to cough, and I be
leve it saved my life."-WALTER N.
WALLAOE, Washington, For sale byLap
John P, Dyes
Takes Filings and final proofs on land
entries under the laws of the United
States. Settlers located on public land.
Ranch and city property bought and sold
on commission, Licensed auctioneer of
Cascade county. Office 9d, foor Mlino
building, Great Falls, Montana.
It was maintained by the late Horace
Greely, that "nothing succeeds like sue
cessl' If this be true, Chamberlaln's
Cough Remedy will always be popular,
sas it never fails. It is intended, especial
ly for coughs, colds, croup and whooping
cough, and is undoubtedly the best and
most reliable medicine in use for those
diseases. It is decidedly a success. For
sale by Lapeyle Bros.
"HACKMETACK." a lasting and fra.
pgr.t perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents at
peyre Bros., druggists.
A magniilcet 'tine of (himesettes,
Lace ties and childrens Aprons at W. B.
RALEuan & Co.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspep
sla and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitil
izer is guaranteed to cure you. For sale
at Lapeyre Bros.
Musalia.U"Terweay, a comple line at W
Combines the juice of the Blue Figs o.
Californi, so laxative and nutritious,
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the
human system, forming the ONLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly on the
IDNETYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
Cleanse the System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every one is using it
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
druggistfor SYRUP OF FIGS. Mann.
factured only.by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
SaN Fswctsco, CAL.
Loimsyvsiw, E. Naw Yos, N.V
Horses for Sale.
The undersigned has a number of line Ma e
and Colts (tie Colts trottin bred), Drft
Horsesasnd laddle Horseso her a at of which are
offered for sale at a bargain. 'he stock oan t,
seen at my "camp, lost below town, near the
luauhter Hods. oInquire for me at Vane's
SttableaS.CB B OTH..
The large cattle sale set for Jaae let is paot
ponedtoome fut tlreW NEOKE & BAUEB.
Dlssolutlbn of Partnership.
Weraeake & BPaer have diseolved partnership
boe matealeoonent.C. T. Wrneeke will on
ttaaethebasiness, pay all bills andcolleet all
aecoants. 0. T. WERNECKF.
For sxe 10 hand af Stock Cattle. All inood
aondition. Apply to FRANK GEHBING, (reat
Cattle for Sale,
Thirty-twa yearlinags at $11 pe head, sad 40
2 8eand 4pearaoldaowa, ranesag freca $21 toaSI.
dasarebrcbeandea Fantle. RHAB LAM
near Jas E. Walkar a raseh, betweea Bael
Ooalee asd Ring Caalee.
Horses for Sale.
Saedd ead fty well-broe Caw Horses.
Apply ta T.B MeBaca, Jadtb. Fergas canti,
Sheep for Sale.
The undersglnedhasone orr tw banda af well.
bred sheep far eale. Will alch sell impraved
ebeep ranohes. a oracbarain wt Tto
J. T. ARMIN(ITON, Belt, M. T
Fine Ranch for Sale.
The undersigned offers for sale his. asrial
tnral and stook ranoh of 800 aores on Boelt orek,
within 20 miles of Great Falls. It bas a ditoh
that wial irrigate thebatire traot; has extensive
Leaprosemed at reasonable raty of fees for ltivated
nhouball s, clboralt , eta,s and wil ba s at
harpac It is ne of the moas desirable to00.
uhes in Nolthen onsotana. A pl for ftr
the information to BAIBIE & &cOLtLTT,
S Great Faels.
SAND COULEE, - MONT.
Leased at reasonable rates for concerts,
balls, celebrations, etc. Has a seating
capatity of about 200.
Nelson Brae., Proprs.
It sa'stmd lte Test of Tears,
DNEYS its b saeieiutu ooae.,
HO tjm ro.t IitSUpas-U
SET S Ie by ss.SQ
PR p 5LeoPr..e-s.n,_
JiLotea y3,, Os
Only Genuine Smnystemn orMeoy 'lenulng.
Bour Beok. Learned in one renudl.
Mind wanderin e . •ed
Eyeri 1 ei n4 a dnidup.t ly no pis. O
The gelebrated French Gure,
aure APPR DITINE" orae
18000 ON A
' .- GUARANTEE i
to euro anny
formeo[ ruo i8O
disorder of the
geuerAt oe or
gaul of e0tlber
F01 "luINg trom the A R
srisXve use of tlmulauta, TobaoR !o Opi
rthrough youthful udltcretlou, over aedut
enco, c., such as Lon of Brain Power, Wahoo
eeh asrhn down Pains to the Back, .Oemioa
Heaknes; Iysterlas ervous Proatratlou Nooturq
ol Emsios, Leucrr hsa, Diuoineu, Weak 1m
y, Loss of Power end Impoteuoy, whloh if e
letedoften lead to prematl reolx aage nd Illus
t. Prlce;l.O0 abas, 6boss for#5,0 Beut by
1 W1 toefoo thU mAn NT]$. foreverury.O
rder, to'refond the money if a Pemssunepr
Core IsnoteffeGted. Thousads oa testimooials
from old od yoUng, of both seote, permaoetty
.red byAPHRNonTpns. Oiroular free. Addreq
THE APHRO MEDICINE C00,
x 27 w RueraN BOcT,
old by LaeByre Bros,, droglste, sole s.enta
for (real Falls,
ALEX R. LAPEYRE ENB LAI
WE CARRY A FULL LIRE OF
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Paints ai
Oils, Glass, Lamps, Wall Paper, Stationery, &c., &o.
Prescriptions a Specialty. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Atteil
A. M. HOLTER, President. M. M. HOLTER, Vice-President. J. W. McLEoD, Secretsry-Treasilli
CHARLES WEGNER, General Manager.
HOLTER LUMBER CO.
Incorporated. Capital, $100,000.
IN CONNECTION GREAT FALLS PLANING MILL.
Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Shingles, Lath, Door
Windows, Lime and Building Material.
HOTOHKISS & HAWKINE
HAVE THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
Shelf, Building and Heavy Hardware
in GREAT FALLS. Estimates for PLUMBING furnished on application. All kinds of. PLUMBING
TIN WORK DONE TO ORDER. Call and get prices. Stone block, Central Avenue.
GREAT FALLS LUMBER CO
I=RA. MYr""Eigs de COM"RANYLITZ 2
WE MANUPACTURE" AND KEEP IN STOCK ALL KINDS OF
Dressed and-Matched Flooring, Dressed Siding, Finished Lumber. Lath and Shingles.
ALSO D n.aLRg IN
Minnesota Flooring, Siding and Finishing Lumber, Sash, Doors, etc. First-class Oregon Cedar Shi
always on hand. All kinds of Moulding. Orders Filled direct from the Mill if desired.
Stallions tor Sale., i
I have for sale two high-bred Stallions, one an
EnglishCoach and the other a Norman, that I
will dispose of very cheap. They are splendid
animalo and will be let go at abarain.
J. T. ARMINGTON,
Stock Cattle for Sale;
I am preparedto make contracts for futre de
livere at be.l-rook prices of high-trade yearlln
heifers or steers, and two-year-old and miloh
cows ats dates and in such numbers as may
be reqeired. For fell partitulars es to ,
piere eta. addresse L . MILAUGHLINe,
oI.oek Boxsl g. Fort Benton. Moat.
Taken. Up. ,
Came to my ranch e and Coulee.about Aprll
1, 1880, bhckskin horse wtthbhlaek mane sad
inaaded aemairtlee with a adim brand beneaath
it on the left shoulder. Weighing about 10t
punde- Owner can have the animal b a
for this advertisement. NAT II
NearBeash's Sheep Bao, a Bay Hosehband
edawrthea6s ehen oa left shaoulder; had white
star on forehead white left fore foot and white
right hinbld foot; had oahltar and ootton'pilket
rope when lost. Aan persaon Sndinl saiae will
please m ommnicaate with KELLOOGG BROS.,
The underslned has this day disesd of his
eutreastock of'furniture, eta, to Wm. Albrecht
of this city,and wll retire from business. I
desire all parties indebt.d me me to make Imt
IAT5r S]eweFeeT- a n sd anll bils dua by me will
be paid updn pesentatleon. I dasire to close p
onpoala¥dndtestatstl pasties iaterested wil
m oncehcedthianotice. p W a lt
F. W. WhITEI.
Great Falls, May 15s , 18,89.
Horse Taken Up,
Taken p by the undera.lned, a sorrel hate
weihin abbot 3,800 pdounds, brandsd figre two
upalde aown (tl on left shoulder and on rAlh
asoulder. Thbhorsioe blind in. one eye. Tn
owner can seacure the animal ba hpt re s eege
W, R., MyIANe,Mleelon, Moat;
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i lopedia of useful inte.
. mattion for all whoe. -
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xlo jeeetge of 1lfe. We
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all tea neoe yndy n uuse.ouas
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aoa rrtcr y at om and variiious Ib..
w q o mFed ryoau e ex
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GUipD. wih will be seat' uea
feg oS 10 ao te to pay pe4e
MONTOOMERY WARD' .;
111.114 Mleuigaa Awenue. Chietog. .
The Collegp -
Full course in the claeel ascience,
music and art Instrumept epparatu
and furniture new anti caEet. very
reasonable ;omfort. in the brtlg de.
partment a cosat Both sehee admitted
on equal terms, For catalogue and in
formation; ad~lres the preei.deat,
RMv. D, J. McM!LLAN, D, 0,
.Deer Lodge, Montana.
DENNY, RICE & 00
went maiade. Aeona r leimalads m
GREAT FALLS, M. T.
This pthe only GO~e n the Territory doing a
seeaobners aein sto
sppe bohattention Raid t Ia rseso. Cattle and
Pun t~an aentsal-and in direet line wllh 6t.
ha to maea aiatoweet. Am prepa
t M oast or waol1
n om er m me...h an t . . .
sambor thebs ?! K Mot r sale wiol sad it tos
H. RI. rWALD. J. A. CAne
'i Ringwald & Carrie
Diamonds, Fine: Bald andi Silver W
Rioh Jewelry Field GInoe., Etc. Fine
Repairing a pec.ialty. Central av., Qreett
REPRESENTING SIXTEIEN FOREIGN AND AMERI
Represent the Travelers' Accident Insurancel
I have the only set of abstracts in Cascade county. Investments
for eastern parties, guaranteeing 10 per cent. Collections made.
WILL J. KENNEDY
CITY MEAT MARKI
Wholesale and Retail Meats,
i satesWi osee. Groat lFal.
M ail Q rd ters w ill I eo i lve Prom pt Aitu
EST I,. tHED 187T.
in o p it b epS i T Tanne
toHND. P YAPXAS gAt
Shtpl, los Po06R In 5;eesotk. ! iNA PLIS
shipm r itý Write for . cirw
ULNCOi & M'DANIEL,
S DEALERS IN
and Twelfth street.. CITY OFiu Ind- 4 llbu r & ~r e,
JQMN P, DYAS, Agent
DUNLAP & MITOHELL,
We carry a most complete line in those estaple gpods and respectfully call
attention of the publie of Great Falls and tributary country to them. SP
tenion gives to mapl o-g
Corner 3rdL aeuiwn South ad 2nd Struit. Great Falls, MPN
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