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-ONE DOLLAR. ,Semi - Weekly Tribune, 'SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. OLUME 8, NUMBER 105 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. JUNE 1, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS TAR TLNf4 jRT OJRV 1Hill, Mayor Grant. eXMiniatnrPhaln I!nV -.m nmb . a r TARTLING STORY. ALIAS WOODRUFF, TELLS LL ABOUT THE ORONIN MURDER, nt Information Now in the de of the Police-Three Men ndieted Already-Iee oan Sullivan One of Them. Go, May 28.-The most sensation lopments of the Cronin investi so far, were announced late last the shape of a new confession by lias Woodruff, in which he tells le story of his connection with der of Dr. Cronin. It seems he directly connected with the mur f but simply acted as the driver agonwisich disposed of the dead 'of has been taken by Captain and his men to the scene of the to the sewer where the body was d to the place where the trunk seen. He gave the driving di to the detfctives and in every in ated the exact place. WHAT OLACK SASS. ing.t his confession he was di thope who had charge of the q and whose names Capt. eserves for reasons that are pal Sgo to, Dean's livery stable and ould obtain a horse and wagon. initrsicted to drive out to the ood of the Carlson cottage and for what purptbse he was to go E DARK DEED DONE. ed at the cottage about 20 min br. Cronin was driven up. rters of an hour after Dr. Creo d the cottage the man who is illiams.opened the front door tage and signalled Woodruff drove up and assisted by a the trunk was loaded into the oodrut was directed to drive the lake at a certain point s designated to Capt. Schnack., d its contents would have in the tlake had not an in the shape of the approach occurred. This caused a ns and immediate steps t out of the officer's way. Dnannes ALARMED. route nnally brought them Evanston road and, as they drivingfer nearly an hour astlylotldio;gy ofthe-mer a ewer. They stopped at street. The top was taken ole and the trunk lifted from It was impossible to put the lie manhole and, as the key at, the top was kicked in and was put in the sewer. The eplaced in the wagon. They again for the cottage, intend burn the trunk; but on reach ot' they heard wagon wheels g the trunk out of the wagon ly away in another direction. n avenue Woodruf's compan m good-night and left him. Daniel Coughlin, Patrick e ice man, and Frank J. Woodruff, were indicted by ry this evening for the mur ahin. ed that Sullivan, the ice man, y confession as to the mur nipli $ty is apparently clear. e Indieted Doetors. ay. .-,The three doctors in day for practicing without a rom, the medical board were stsr4sy afternoon in the dis Tieyare Dr. W. C. Harding, hulz and Dr. J. Weyerhorst. is the man who a short time a man two teaspoonsfuls of ich in the opinion of all the ical men of this city caused death. They wron all ar ad 'not guilty" and will stand Weyerhorst exhibts a diploma University of Ath, Belgium. WeakiOattle Maketr I y.y 28.-Cattle-Receipts 004.50; steers $8.40@®4.20; d feedere $firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas @8.60 nUtte' New Resort. ay 9,.-Central park, on the fntrs railroad was opened for Sunday by the Butte Turn Sich tto its annual picnic a ,.o'$ uibr also attended na sd other points on the ,the afteroon when the fes at ti6td beitht it is estima people were in attendance. up i;,hbalt has been com a sd to hav. one of the best Sterritory, Orton'e orchestra oigeIo, and danling was day 4n informal horse race e dug of thq dgy, I oy P8--The young men's club of Hew York gave a ban lome to eg-President Cleve Iit, aveuo hotel} le teveen drpd leaders of he deuh were present. The ex-preel Sliepeel of spirits, All 4eooruoy were present, 1a0y nd the county deanm s of the reform club Ps B titorbwere pros Hill, Mayor Grant, ex Minister Phelps, W. S. Scott, ex-Secretary Fairchild and ex-Gov. Hoadly. Woods Released. BUTTE, May 28.-Mrs. Mary A. Butler today relented and took her son, M. Woods, out of jail where he had been in carcerated for forging a cheque for $650. An effort will be made to keep the case away from the grand jury. Peace th Samoa. WAkSHaIGTOn, May 29.-Admiral Kim berley reported to the navy department under date of Auckland, May 27th, the Samoan natives are disbanding and peace prevails. Copper Down to $1,. NEw Yox, May 24.--Bar silver 92c; Copper-nominal Lake and June $12.00 Lead-firm, quiet, steady. Domestic $83.90 Eirkendall's Trotter Hurt. HELENA, May 29.--Hugh Kirkendall, while driving S. S. yesterday, collided with Taylor's sulky. S. S. was badly scratched and otherwise injured, to what extent is not known. THE BOYS IN BLUE. Arrival of Major M.ginnll, the Orator of the Day. Patriotic custom has dedicated the 80th of May to the memory of the brave sol diers who served in the war for the union and died on the battle field or have pas sed peacefully to rest since the strife was over. On such occasions, it is proper to recal the martial deeds which they per formed and express gratitude to those who are still among us. It is also cus tomary to decorate with flowers the graves of those who have joined the "biv ouac of the. dead," leaving. us .as prec ious heritage, a restored and powerful union. As the Grand Army of the republicpost here has resolved to observe the day with lue honor, all citizens are recommended to join in the patriotic reunion, and to manifest their esteem for the veterans of the war; by closing their establishments during the hours devoted to the cele bration. Mayor Fairfield has issued a proclama tion to promote the observance of this festival of amity and peace. It will be found on our editorial page. He recom mends that the stores be closed from 11 a. m. to 5 p.m. Major Martin Maginnis, the orator of the day, arrived from Helena this after noon and was welcomed by the veterans as well as by many other friends. Apro pos of the celebration, it is recalled that Major Maglanms delivered the great era stob at the 0Grasid XrikfYetintfi'1tsoh which was so much admired and so wide ly printed by the New York and other leading journals. For the Campai.n. In order to place the TRIBUno in as many hands as possible this year of elec tions, we will send the the semi-weekly edition to any address until October lst for $1 cash in advance. This is the most liberal offer ever made by a Montana newspaper. The SEam-WEEKLY TRIBUNE is a -seven-column folio, full of local and general news. It goes to the home of each subscriber twice a week, giving the ranchman or stockman who does not go daily to the postoffice practically the same advantages as if he took a daily paper. The TRnsuxn is a democratic paiter, but is liberal in politics as in all things else. Send in your names and dollar bills. Contract, Sealed proposals will be received at the office of Stephens, Bickford & lig 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 aforesaid. Contractors may give figures for the erection oe the whole structure, or for any departme of the works. If a ten der or bid is given for the whole the con tractors must etipulate 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'bv local contractors, they can get the same by calling at the office of the architects, essers. Paulsen & McConnell, rooms 84, 86 and 86, Pittsburg block, Helena. FRANK G. HIGGItS. Terrible. Two-thirds of all deaths in New York City are from consumption or pneumonia, The. same proportion holds for most other cities. Delays are dangerous. Dr. Acker's English Remedy fqr Consum ption will always relieve, and may save your life. Por s&ale by Lapeyre Bros. EI*Tou OP THE TRIBUNE: Please an nounce in the columns of your valhable paper, that we are sole agents for St. Pat rick's Pills, the most perfect cathartic and liver pills in the market. They not only physic, but cleanse the whole sys tem; purify the blood and regulate the liver and bowels; they are vigorous but gentle in their action and can always be depended upon. For sale by Lapyere Bros. eeaper for Sale, A good Self-binder, will sell cheap. In quire of Phil. Gibson. A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarah Remedy. Price 30 cents. For sale by Lape3re Bros. CROUP WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately cured by Shiloh's Cure. For sale at Lapeyre Bros. WHY WILL YOU cough when Shi loh's Cure will give immediate relief. Priae ,0 and 50 cents and $1. For sale by Lapeyre Bros,, druggists. The most elegant time of Sateen, Zep yr-ecloth, Calico Lawn, Batiste and e omrýa f a~rubaa CO, GREAT STEAMERS. MORE STEEL STEAMERS FOR THE GREAT FALLS ROUTE. They Are to Carry Northwestern Produets to the East--Murder in Den ver-Samoa Tran quil. DULUTHv , May 29.-Twelve huge steel steamers, 326 feet keel-two feet and seven inches wider than the big Hill boats-are to be built at Sandusky, Lake Erie, for a company recently formed with $12,000,000. They will have a carrying capacity on light draft of 8,500 net tons. The engines will be 2,000 horse-power. The first boats will be launched in the spring of 1891 and the rest of the fleet will follow rapidly. The fleet will be designated the "States Anchor Line," and will carry a blue burgee flag with white keystone and red anchor on it as fleet colors. They will be named after the states. Great Falls Was Ahead. BILLINGa, May 29.-The Billings Grain and Fuel company yesterday shipped three cars of wool from Huntley to the Boston market, thus opening the season's wool trade here. Crime .ampant. DENvER, May 29.-This city has been seized with an epidemic of murders and suicides. During the past ten days three murders have been committed and during the past 24 hours as many suicides have been reported to the coroner's ofilce. OBUSINESS LOCALS. To save annoyance and delay, Hr.Good rich has had a lot of wood sawed and split into stove-wood for the accommoda tion of his patrons. Five. 10, 15 and 20 cent counters at the Bee Hive. Fence post for sale-Nelson Brothers, Sand Coulee. You can find flower pots at the Bee Hive. Go to the Bee Hive Store for Glass, Crockery and Tinware. Houses to rent aind for sale in all part, of the city.-Jas. Lawler. A superior line of baby carriages re aeived at Win. Albrecht's. Furnished rooms to rent by week or month.--Mrs. Jas. Lawler. For a bargin in a tract of land near the city see Randall, Dunn block. FOR SALE-A stock of gents' furnish ing goods at cost. N. Nalbach. Ask your dealer for Diamond flour try it and you will use no other. Cloth awnings made and repaired. Call amor address, W. HUNT, Painter. For sale-A sideboard. Inquire of A. Goodwin at Park Hotel Bath Rooms. Screen doors, catches and hinges of all sizes for sale by the Holter Lumber com pany. To Rent-Houses in all parts of town. Enquire of James Lawler, House Agent, 2d ave. south. Fon RanT-Two-story brick building on Central avenue. Apply to Wm. Al brecht, opposite Pqrk hotel. Call on Hotchkiss & Hawkins if you want any kind of Plumbing or steam fit ting done. All kinds of supplies on hand. Calvert & Son, contractors and build ers. House work a specialty. Office, corner of Eighth avenue South and Third street. Bach, Cory & Co. have just received a fresh shipment of smoked beef tongues summer sausage, extra choice hams and hreakfast bacon. They also receive weekly shipments of the choicest cream ery butter ihr 2-pounds bricks and indi viduals. Try their roasted Mocha Java coffee. There is nothing like it. Fence Post. Three carloads of Cedar and Round Fir fence posts just received at Good rich's lumber yard. Cattle for Sale. 0. B. Pickett has returned to Great Falls with another lot of 210 fine graded Shorthorn and Hereford cattle, cows and calves and yearlings. They will be sold at private sale. Mr. Pickett can be found at the Park hotel or the Eclipse stable. This stock is all from Mouse river valley in Dakota. Do Not Suffer Any Longer. Knowing that a cough can be checked in a day, and the first stages of consump tion broken in a week, we hereby guaran tee Dr. Acker's. English Remedy for Comsumption, and willrefund the money to all who buy, take it as per 'directions, and do notfind our statement correct. For sale by Lapeyre Breas. 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 rheumatism in the hips and legs, when I bought a bottle of ChamberlaIn's Pain Balm. It cured me in three days. I am all right today; and would insist on every one who is afflicted with that terri ble disease, to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm and get well at once." For sale by Lapeyre Bros. It was maintained by the late Horace Greely, that "nothing succeeds like suc cessl" If this be true, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will always be popular, ns it never falls. It is intended, especial ly Ior 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 Lapeyre Bros. EIlectro Sllson, The best silverware cleanser of the age. For sale by Muggley, the new jeweler. "HACKMETACK." a lasting and fra grant'perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents at apeyre Bros., druggists. A magnificent line of Chimesettes, Lace ties and childrens Aprons at W. IB. Itca# o They Got the Pis Speaking of the toll gate near the 'pool, which was the last on the old Bos ton and Albany line to be tootadown, re calls to memory an amusing incident which old Dr. Shaw, it.e keeper, used to relate. Shaw used to travel with an old ven triloquist by the, name of 1hotter some years before he began to tend the gate, and he was a pretty clever mag4cian, the doctor was, so the two hitchdk up well together. Well. the ator50 goes that Pa.ter end Shaw were rdmng in bieub' Ufldrwooa's coach over the Monson and Sbuthbridge line, and the vehicle was crowded with. passengers who considered themselves pretty high toned folks, and I guess they really were. At any rate when the stage arrived at Southbridge they all got ouw`and went into the tavern there to get dis 'h, ooe party sat down at the table an Potter, the ventriloquist, who was a ger to all excepting Shaw, camein ae taking asipof "toddy" and eat down aso at the same table. A roast pig was .rought in on a platter by the servant andset upon the table, and just after one member of the party had finished saying race and began carving the pig, it squealed ter rifically, and the majority of the mem bers of the party not kno *ng that Potter was a ventriloquist, is I said, thought for a moment that the pig was alive, and after screeching and scream ing, the carver simultaneously throwing his knife and fork across the dining room, got up and left the table, leaving Potter and Shaw to finish the pig. Boston Globe. He still rives. He stood on the steps of the City Hall yesterday and blew his nose and wiped l'j eyes and steadied himself by one of the stone columns, and whent he was asked if he were ill he replied; "You bet I'm 111 'Tain't in the body, but right here-right here in the heartl" "Are you subject to heart trouble?" "You betl Heart's allus been troubled. That's why I drink." "Have you been drinking?" "'Course I have, I'm three drinks high. That's why I cry. When I get about half drunk I feel so sad and lone. some that I wouldn't give a frpzen ba nana to live another day." "Do you feel that way now?" '"I do. I don't care to live another minute. I'd welcome death with out stretched armsl" "Poor manl" 'Don't! Sympathy allus breaks me down. Three drinks and a few kind words make a child of me. Please go away and let me stand here and freeze to death I'm no good on earth. I want to die." The policeman on duty in the lower corridor was informed of the case, and he went out and gave the mat the col lar Presto ohangel He had,' arcly geot hold' 6f him fihesi'te-h sorrowfsb hearted began to resist in the most vig orous manner, and as he was finally landed in the patrol wagon he called out: "Old fel, I've got my eye on you, and I want to live a thousand years to get evens"-Detroit Free Press, rouldn't Beak the Law. "I had an experience on the Pennsyl vania limited express traveling from Chi cago last Sunday," said a prominent merchant recently, "which struck me as being very peculiar. I ordered a bottle of claret with my dinner while we were going through Pennsylvania, and was astonished when the waiter refused to take the order. "'We don't serve liquors on Sunday, sir,' he said. "His sanctimonious tone and expres sion humbled me, and I felt seriously re buffed. I was still meditating over this when the train crossed the border into New Jersey. Suddenly the door opened and the waiter returned, but what a change in expression A large and health smile illumined his face, and he carried a tray covered with bottles of beer and glasses. "'How is this I asked him as he re tmrned. 'I thought you didn't serve liquors today?' "'Oh, we're in Jersey now,' was the reply. "From that time on there was no dearth of strong drink."-New York World. A Duel with Rum. A novel kind of duel with a tragio ter mination has just taken place outside Paris between two rivals in the affec tions of the buxom barmaid of a wine tavern. The rivals were brothers, and they resolved to drink copious libations of fiery and undiluted rum until one or both should be overpowered. The alco hbli article sold mes "pure Jamasca" in Parisian taverns is bad enough when well watered, but when taken neat and in large quantities it is worse than the poisonous absinthe with which too many Frenchmen ply themselves. The broth ers began their "rum duel" before the eyes of their damsel, who sul"plied them with the delteteious concoction as they called for it. At last one of them fell down by the side of the counter and was carried home carefully and restored. The other went out into the frosty air full of liquor, caught a chill and died, thus leaving the field free to his rival. Chicago Times. Frasuduent Pawn Ticketa. A gang of swindlers whose specialt in crime was the fraudulent imitation o Mont de Piete pledges, or pawn tickete has just been diecovered. Avunoulai guarantees of this description have tre qoently been falsified in Paris by a pro cess known among those who live bý theirwi asthe lavage des faffes. Bq the knights of industry who have beel captured went further than thiepond hod fly fabricated fiotitious pledgee, whiolw they sold in large quantities to putcha. ere or marchands de reconneassances di Mont de Piete. The swindlers had auo ceeded in realizing about £1,000 between them by their transactions when pounced upon by the police. At their headquar ters in the Faubourg St. Martin was fount acomplete manufactory of false tiokets -Prtv Cnr. London Telehrah, IN LOVELY ANDALUSIA. IMPRESSIONS OF A FAIR CITY ON GIBRALTAR STRAITS. fleautsfal Pltures on the Poesuguese Coast. A City PFonded bythe Plhmnicians, I100 1. O.--Te Three -Gmade of society 00 Sjhown In the Pubtle Promenades. There is a curious little city on the ibraltar straits. It is called Cadiz. Some 800 years ago a man named Co lumbus sailed from thereon a cruise to the westward. Before he returned he discovered some islands. It would appear that the little city is still celebrating the return of Columbus, for it is ever a gala day in Cadiz. Laugh ter and pleasure are in the very air. No port in Spain is more charming thantthis pretty little capital of famed Andalusia. Just the place for a man-of war to make after a hard cruise on the eoase of Africa or a week's drill at target practice out at sea. It was a lovely run down the Portu guese coast from Lisbon; a trifle warm; but what was this when offset by the cool evenings so characteristic of the Spanish-Portuguese climes? As we neared port on the morning of the second day, carrying all sail and a full head of steam, the corvette fairly gamboled over the water. The haze which had been envel oping the contour of the coast line grad cally lifted; presenting to the gaze of of ficers and crew Andalusia in all her beauty, charm and grandeur. Many ishing craft came in view, and as the corvette surged past the boatmen raised their caps in respect to the flag flying from the peak end. AfTTRlOTVEn FLATUOREo. ,f The appearance of the city from the , anchorage is beautiful in the extreme. The several convent and castle crowned hills are the background of a lovely pic l ture. Especially on a moonlit night the harbor is to be seen in all its beauty; L From the shores the strains of music from the military bands in the parks are wafted across the water, while among the dazzling glimmer of lights the gay t promenaders can be seen winding in and out along the Alameda As the night advances the gay scenes close, and save now and then the black specter of a huge steamer gliding silently by, or the tink ling of a little convent bell away back in the hills, nothing breaks the silence of the night. Cadiz is perhaps not so well known to Americans as many cities of less im I portance. Situated apart from the main highway of travel, and having but little direct commerce with the United States, it is seldom visited by our countrymen on matters of business, except when pas sengers aboard one of the Royal -Mail steamers or en route to some of the col onies are enabled, by a short stop over, to obtain a cursory glance at this quaint and most interesting of Spanish sea ports. The city was founded about 1100 B. C.. by the Phoenicians, who was called it Cadir. It successively passed into the hands of the Carthageniansand Romans, the latter giving it the name of Gades. Then passing into the power of the Goths it was again taken in 711, this time by the Arabs. The Spainards got control in 1262, and named the place Cales. It was known by this name when captured and sacked by the English in 1596. The loss of the city and the immense treass are held there at the time caused almost general bankruptcy in Spain. Time and again the English attacked this beauti ful city, and each time it was success fully defended. It was surrounded by the French during 1810 and 1812, being I at that time the seat of the Central Na- . tional Junta. Wellington's approach raised the siege of Marshal Victor's forces. o LIKE ONE NG HOLIDAY, a Cadi has long been associated with d the liberal movements in Spain, and has e been conspicuous during more than one f crisis in Spanish affairs. In fact, the first movement which overthrew Queen - Isabella took place in Cadiez, Sept. 17, a 1868. Unlike most European cities, the name of Cadiz is recognized by all coun e tries. We get Vienna out of "Wien," Lisbon out of "Lisboa," by what right I a do not know. The Spaniards write the t name of the Quaker City "Filadelphia" and New York "Nuevo-Yorlko." In an evening stroll upon the lovely Alameda one has an excellent opportu nity to observe the beauty of the Anda lusian women. Three parallel walks di vide the people in their amusements as rigidly as any mark of caste. In the a center is the promenade for the upper r classes and the military. On the right runs the walk of the middleclass, and on - the left that of the peasantry and com mon soldiers. The young women were all accompanied by duennas or chape rons. Here and there along the Alameda stood a brilliant cafe. All the women are dressed modestly in Parisian attire. and their beauty is certainly extraordl. nary, Cadiz has a clean appearance, due largely to the white stone used in build ing. The streets are narrow but regu larly laid out. Around the outskirts of Cadiz runs the Alameda boulevard. It is very fine. Throughout the city are numerous squares, some large, others small. They offer a refreshing retreat, among the numerous tropical plants, to the heated pedestrian. These squares all connect with the Alameda, The private dwellings are usually sev eral stories in height. The ground floor is retained for a store room, and differ ent families occupy the several hats. Th-fantastic manner in which the houses are built on the hillsides, and the utter disregard to grading makes the tops of some houses on a level with the first floors of the othersa. On the exterior the appearance of the dwelling is plain esave for the bright hued tiles of varied colors. Large, heavy iron doors secure the en trance, and this is usually attended, as in ance, by a concierge. The interior fittings . are very fine. An exquisite taste, and in most cases lavish expendi ture in furniture, rugs, brio-a-brae, and unique ornaments rateriae the ar rangemets-New fota . . Headquarters for All Kinds of Clothing, BOOTS AND SHOES, ents' Furllishiinfg Goods, Etc, DUNN BLOCK, Central Ave., - - Great Falls. J. H. McKNIGJT & CO., DEALERS Waltr A. Woods' Mowrs HBinlrs SPRING WAGONS, BUGGIES, Rushford Steel Skein and Tubular Axle Wagons BUCK-BOARDS AND ROAD CARTS. Also Hay Rakes, Hay Loaders and Hay Unloaders, Team and Buggy Iarness, Tents and Wagon Covers, Cooper's Sheep Dip Extras for Farm Machinery. Central Ave., .ear Third street. Great Falls, W. B. RALEIGH. F. H. MEYER. J. W. BELLIS,. W. B. RALEIGH & CO. The Leading Dry Goods House. CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS. -In this line WE - ARE - OVERSTOCKED And to dispsse of our surplus we will offer EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS I TH3IS 'EHIHK. W. B. RALEIGH & CO., CENTRAL AVE.. - - - - - GREAT FALLS. CASH PAID FOR lides, Sheep Skins, Fors and Talko. Eastern market prices paid for all the above stock. Prompt attention given to all shipments made to me, Quotations furnished on application. Warehouse on R. R. track and Third ave. South. Office opposite the P.rk Hotel. Address, Theo. Gibson, Great Falls, M. T,