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MORE FREE LAND.
(OVERt TWO HUNDRED THOUIIAED
ACREI OF RIOR LAND RELEfASED.
Rich Mineral and 1ise Timber Lands
Thrown Open--Soomers Ready to
Move to the Reserve.
SPOKAu n FALLS, Wash., Jan. 10.-A
conference between the Cuear d' Alene
Indians and the ollcers of the govern
ment was held at Desmet mission, re
suilted In the signing of atreaty by which
990,000 acres of the most valuable land
of the COsur d' Alene reservation was
cenveyed to the United States. The tract
conveyed embraces the largest portion of
the beautiful tCmur d' Alene lake and a
large amount of rich mineral and fine
timber lands. The Indians were well
satisfied on all points, and signed the
treatywillingly. Willis Sweet, chief jus
tine of the supreme court of Idaho; Col.
William R. Wallace, of the town of Wal
lace, and Major George A. Manning, of
P'ost Falls, represented the governament,
and Chief Seltia and eight of his head
chiefs represented the Indians. For sev
eral months boomere have been camping
on the borders of the reserve, ready to
move on as soon as the treaty should be
consummated.
ANOTHER PIONEER GONE.
V. T. Priest Joins the Silent MSJonlty Af
ter Three Days I Ilnss.
SHELENA, Jan. 10.-V. T. Priest died at
his home at Priest's paes Wednesday
morning at 8:80 o'clock. Three days ago
he was taken down with pneumonia of a
virulent type and nothing could be done
to save him. His sudden taking off is a
severe blow to his many friends, among
whom he was loved and respected.for his
many good qualities. He leaves a wife
and two daughter, Alice and Mrs. Clar
ence Goodell, who lives in the Judith
Basin. He was a candidate on the dem
ocrattc ticket last October for the legis
lature, and was a member of King Solo
mon lodge No. 9, A. F. & A. M. The de
ceased comes of a distinguished family
and has brothers in the eastern states
who are prominent in political and fin
ancial cireles.
His remains will be brought to Helena
today, and will lie In state at the Masonic
Temple. The funeral will take place to.
day at 1 p. m. from the Masonic hall.
Friends and acquaintances are respect
fully invited.
THlE POOR DAKOTAS
Both are Bankrupt-The Govermenr Advbis
the Strictest Eoonom,.
PIERRE, S. D., Jan. 8.-Gov. Mellet
te's message was read to the legislature
this afternoon. It favors compulsory ed- p
ucation, urges a liberal railroad policy, tU
endorses irrigation and the Australian d
ballot system.
The legislature is advised to take a list b
of the estimated expenses and provide
first for those actually indispensable, un
der careful and economical management,
and to divide the remaining sum available g
among other institutions and administra. o
tive departments, so as best to conserve I
the public interests, in no event permit
ting a deficiency of over $100,000, allowed
by the constitution.
Bcscaaca, N. D., Jan. 8.--Gov. Miller a
has sent a special message to the legiela
ture, asking how current expenditures
are to be met, and stating that the present
deficiency has almost reached the consti
tutional limit of $200,000, and that the h
state auditor cannot issue evidences of in- (
debtedness beyond that sum.
tepabieas Only Wanted.
JACKsoxvaLL, Fla., Jan. 10.-In the
United States court Wednesday, when the r
case against a man named Charles A. d
Chalx, a democrat, for election fraud, a
wascalled, his attorney moved to quash 1
the indictment on the ground of the ille r
gal drawing of the grand jury, and pre- t
vented in evidence a letter frog United *1
States Marshal Misoll, to his deputy,
Kirk. telling Deputy Kirk to make out a
list of 50 or "true and tried republicans"
for jury duty. The judge, however,
would not admit the litter in evidence.
The matter has created great indigna.
-ion.
Bg at3 . Louis Blase.
Sr. Lours, Mo., Jan. 10-Shortly before E
7 o'clock this morning fire started in the
basement of the Western UniosnTelegraph
building, corner of Olive and Third
streets. It soon ascended through the air
shaft from the first to the top floor. The
building was an old one and in addition
to the Western Union Telegraph Co., was
occupied by the offces of the Associated
Press, the Daily Printing Co., Allen &
Raiter Cigarette Co., Bradley Printing
and Roll Co., and one or two other olfces.
At 9.80 the fire was under control, but
the building was practically gutted. All
the Western Union wires were burned,
but were soon restored.
Blacekbura -Siaeeted.
Loumosvr.u, Jan. 7.--enator Blackburn
was today re elected senator by the Ken
tucky legislature in joint session. The
votes of the republicans-91 in number,.
were cast for A. H. Stewart of Preston
burg, Blackburn's vote was 100.
Cutatag Ratis.
BS. PAuL, Jan. 8.-The 8oo has made
a out which brings passenger rates to the
east down to a level with the rate from
Chicago. In other words, the rate from
fromSt, Paul and Minneapolis to Chicago
is entirely eliminated, and tickets to east.
ern points reached bythe Soo line are thp
same as from Chicago. The first move
was by the Burlington, which lasued a
Seri meeting the last reduction of theSoo
line. This rate, which goes into eaect
January 9, is $2O first-eloas and $$0.40
sacoadclass to Boston and 97.60 first
lass to New York and $1 second-class.
The rate to other eastern points was re
duced accordingly. In less than two
hours after the Burlington rate sheet was
published the Soo line had out a new
sheet, quoting rates equal to those from
Chicago. This makes the rate to Boton
$19 first-class and $1.40 second-lass.
Leeks Wmse War.
Lomnox, Jan. 8.-Lord Salisbury today
seat a fresh note to the Portugues gov
ernment on the Afrioan question. He
cvisrly ignoa formupl's preenaston
and Insists upon Portugal respecting the
rights of England. He threatens an lm
mediate rupture of diplomatcl relations
or worse unless satisfaction is given tot
Major Bepo Plato's outrages. The Stand
ard of this morning insists that
vigorous action must be at once taken to
restore the prestige of England in Africa
German engineers are reported to be lay
Ing torpedo mines in Tagus to protect
the harbor of Lisbon. The report that
the British fleet would be in 'agus on
January 12 was premature, but the wrath
of the English public Is thoroughly
aroused and will permit no temporizing.
Portugal must either make reparation
for her insult to British honor or face
war.
Bril Gaining.
CoLn.sna, 0., Jan. 8.-No apparent
change in the senatorial situation today,
further than Brice's managers claim to
be gaining strength and that they will
get Hamilton county delegation solid
with one exceptiom The caucus to se
leet the senator will be held tonight.
Col. BroadwaMr Speaks.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 0.-In an inter
view here Col. C. A. Broadwater said:
"Clark is a man and by his course since
his defeat in 1888 has made hosts of
friends. Marcus Daly Insisted on all
democrats standing together and electing
the nominees of the caucus."
Lighter stoeks of Wool.
Bos.TOx, Jan. 0.-The Commercial Butl
letin's annual canvas of the wool supply
of the United States shows a total supply
in dealers hands of 60,000,000 pounds
domestic and 15,000,000 pouts of foreign,
against 90,000,000 domestic and 17,000,000
foreign in 1888. The New York and
Philadelphia stocks are less than last
year's, but show an increase of 11,000,000
pounds of domestic wools.
The radleate still Buyaing.
MlLwAuxan, Jan. 8-The Angus Smith
system of elevators, A, B, C, located on
the south side, have been bought by an
English syndicate. The price paid is not
known, but is understood to be more
than $1,000,000. Their storing capacity
is 2,000,000 bushels. A. K. Shepherd, a
former Milwaukeean, who has recently
returned from London, and who, it sla
said, represents English capital in some
other ventures, engineered the deal. The
syndicate is the same one that bought
breweries in Cincinnati and Syracuse
some time ago.
A rlying Datchman's Reuord.
LOnDON, Jan. 8.-The dutchman, Sam
Pander, who won the chief prize at the
international skating contest in Amster
4am, made his mile in 8100, beating the
record of A. Paulsen of Minneapolis, U.
S., In 1884, which was 8:26 2-i. Norsey,
a Norwegian, broke the record for two
miles in 2.85, Paulsen ia 1884 making
the same distance in :56 1-60.
laoary.'s linest Temple.
CHICAno telegram: Plans have been
perfected for the building of a Masonic
temple at the corner of State and Ran
dolph streets. The building will be the
finest of the kind in the world and. will
cost $.,500,000 and cover a quarter of a
block.
Court in Benton.
BaTONx, Jan. 8.-Judge Benton has
granted a decree of divorce in the case
of Charles R. Howard against Mary J.
Howard. James Adamson has been
found guilty. Indictments have been
found against Coo Stripe, Blue Shell,
Pony and Two Eagles, who are charged
wtih home stealing.
Uothwltt Joins the Plot.
BHLE.A, Jan. 9.--Beretafy Rotwltt
has refused to sign the certificates of
Clark and Maginnis. This refusal will
not do them any harm.
More N.w states.
WAsnm.uxroi, Jan. 8.-The senate com
mittee on territories held a meeting to
day for the purpose of taking final action
on the bill for the admission'of Idaho and
Wyoming. 'The committee anticipated
making a favorable report on these bills
today, the President, Bishop Budge, the
head of the Mormon church in Idaho,
appeared and asked that he be given a
hearing in opposition to the Idaho con
stitution; which has a stringent anti
Mormon clause. Accordingly the com
mittee postponed final consideration of
the bill until Monday next, when Bishop
Budge will appear by counsel, and ore
sent an argument against the Idaho bill.
"The position taken by Bishop Budge
only strengthens us. It answers very ef
fectually the objection to the admission
of Idaho which has been put forward,
that the constitution was not strong
enough to crush out Mormonism. Bishop
Budge is a confessed four ply polyga
mist, and haslong been under indictment.
His action today will only Aelay the re
port of the bill fora week I think." The
ouse committee on territories has not
yen taken p the Idaho and Wyoming
ills. Delegate Dubeis thinks the com
mittee will be divided on party lines
when the report is finally made.
Mlssearl Press Aseelattea.
We publibh the following communlca
tlon for the information of the
members of the Montana Press
Asso.iatiop. If any of them should
happen to be at or neSt Louis on Jan.
$84d r O4th, tuev should make it a point
to fraternise with the Missouri brethren
and receive the hearty welcome that
awaits them:
COLUMI A, Mo., Jan. 8,1800.
Jerry Collins, Pres. Press Asasol
ation, Great Fall, Montana: Dear Sir
The Missouri Pre Assoolation will
meet in St. Louis on Thursday and Fri
day, January 28 a.d 4. The suison will
be severely practical, the purpose belag
to restrict the doliberations to nstters of
busines interest to the craft. W would
be pleased to have a representative from
your association with us that time. We
t woul like to avail ourselves of the views
of our brethren in other states as well as
have the privilego of extending them a
Missouri welcome. Fraternally yours,
E. W. iuawnaus, President.
Pa reopaina to eo to Wahtntae.
Col. Sanders and Commodore Power
were very busy about the court house
yesterday procuring certified copies of
a the senate proceedings from Secretary
Gilbert. These they will use in the place
of their ertificates when they apply for
admission to the United States senate.
The commodore remarked that the time
of theIr departre from this city bad not
been afied. He though however they
* would leave n a few days, very like be
a fore the end of tbh wek.-Indopent.
A. SAD ACCIDENT.
THIRTEEN LIVEH LOST IN LOUIS.
VILLE, KENTUCKY.
The Calamity Caused by the Trherotn
land--Hopelem Attempts at
Relue.
LouoIevLLa, Jan. 10--The most appal
ling accident known here in many years,
occurred yesterday morning about six
o'clock.
Caisson No. 1, about 100 yards from
the Kentucky shore, used in the construc
tion of the new bridge between Louis
ville and Jeffersonville suddenly gave
way and the workmen employed orn it
were either drowned or crushed to death
by the stones and timbers. Thirteen lives
were lost.
"Pie Iron" Kelley Dead.
WAsaernosoN, Jan. 9.-Judge Kelley of
Pennsylvania died at 6:20 o'clock this
evening.
Still Burning.
Bu'rr, Jan. 10.-The fire in the St.
Lawrence and Anaconda mines is still
burning as was discovered late Wednes
day night and both mines are again sealed
ulp.
Sullivan Reoeanised.
BTre., Jan. 10.-Judge McHatton or
ders that the venire be given to Sherift
Sullivan for service.
A $10,000 Horse Coming.
CHIPPaWA FALLs, Wis., Jan. 10.-Webb
& Saboeff have sold to a Minneapolis
syndicate their celebrated trotting stallion.
He made a record of 1:06 for a half mile,
and his quarter mile record is 88 seconds.
seautor Clough i5 a Bandal ualt.
M.InlxAPOIe, telegram.-A scandal in
high life has come to the surface through
the medium of a suit begun in :he dis
trict court. l)r. John A. Moore, a Chris
tian Scieutiat physician, on Nicollet ave.,
Ilake complaint against Senator D. M.
Cloogh, the well-known lumberman and
:,olitician, charging him with the seduc
tion of his wife, and claiming $50,000
lamages. Seuator Clough says it is
hblackmail.
ontractor Breen.
ST. PAUl, Jan. 10.-Mr. Breen, the well
anown contractor, is not expected to re
tover. He has been sick three weeks.
Meeting in St Panu
ST. PAUL, Jan. 10.--About 50 leading
capitalists and business men held a so
cret meeting at the Ryan looking to the
organisation of an association for promo.
ting manufacturing.
A Stir at Old Superior.
SUPERIot, Wis., Jan. 10.-The Superi
or Consolidated Land company has de
cided to open its doors to the public and
commence business in a week or two. J
:'roperty to the value of over $2,000,000
has been placed in the pool. I is ex
pected that when the company com
mences business that a lively stir will be
created at "Old Superior."
The Lategteao Mine.
BUTrn, Jan. 10.-The shaft on the Lex
ington has now reached a depth of 1.878
feet and is still going.
Ballot sfenam.
In regard to ballot reform Gov. Hill in
his message holds that it is unconstitu- I
tional to require an elector to vote for the
candidate of his choice by marking upon
the exclusively omficial ballot a cross op
posite the name of such candidate, and
prohibiting him from voting in any other
manner. This provision concededly dis
franchises one entire class of voters, to
wit, those who are unable to read and
write. It establishes an educational I
qudalcation not authorized by the consti
tution. In the governor's opinion it is
unconstitutional to require an elector to
vote an exclusively oficial ballot contain
ing the names of all the candidates nom
inated. He states that he has consulted
several able jurists and that all agree
with him on these points, and in con
cluston he says:
"An exclusively official ballot, whether
desirable or yicious, may of course be se
cared by an amendment of the constitu
tion, but until that has been accomplish
ed it is submitted that it cannot be adopt
ed in the state."
The governor pays his respects to those I
who have assailed him as an opponent of
"ballot reform" in the followingpassage: t
"The caure of true reform as nor pro- 1
;oted by loud declaration or by unseem
ly protestations of attachments on the ,
part of its professed friends. Overzeal- ,
onsnese becomes suspicious in tuch
cases and invites the cooclasion that psr
tisan advantage or cheap reputation is the
object sought, rather then sincere anxie- 1
ty for the public weal."
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
From ThuMday's Dall
The new depot will soon be under way.
The number of cases of la grippe is in
creasing.
Jno. McGee, from Kibbey, isn thecity
on business.
Dune McDonald of Neihart, is in the
city and is suffering with an attack of la
grippe.
Robt. Vaughn is at Helenamixing with
members of the legislature and other no
tables at the capital.
Mr. Thomas Hart, who has been sick,
is now much stronger and is on the way
to complete recovery.
nglinser Fanning with a force of sur
veyora is busily at work making prepara
tory surveys forthe great dam.
nagiaeer Fanning and some of the al
dermen were in consultation this morn
ing In regard to a system of sewerage.
Among the Park hotel arrivals today
areS. R. H. Robinson, DUluth; R. Mor
Ipga, Choteau; T. Savage, St. Paul; D. H.
.thurihil, Ulm; A. Guthrie, St. Paul; C.
G. Outler, 0. M. Sowden, Butte.
Seneral Manager Mohler of the Great
Northern railroad arrived in his special
oar, yesterday, an left againfor the east
today. He visited and coulee this fore
noon.
The new school bouse whtlbh Major
I Field is bullding In tower Snd coulee is
r almost competd. The people of the
naighborhood hope to have a school
opened there before Feb. 1.
A Butte county official speaking of
Bray said:"I understand that as a reward
for treachery he was promised a position
of store-keeper of a truck store it Great
lills." No one has seen "Representa
tive" Bray in Great Falls as yet.
Leland Lyon yesterday enltered sult
against Garrigan, li. shllPet Irder, who
sold 4.000 sheep to F. D. Cooper in De
cember and has not been heard trom
since. Mr. Lyon also attached t2,100
which Garrigan had on deposit here at
the First National Bank.
The Townsite company hla received a
new map of Great Fails, which Is execut
ed in the highest style of art. In addi
tino tote towlplat is a map of Great
Falls and the surrounding country. Some
timely facts are also given. This map
appears in good time for the coming
boom.
Since the beginning of the new year
the Townsite company have made the
followionlg sales: Let, 18 and 14, block
489-8. Mills, t500;lot 0, block 255, E. J.
Patchill, $800; lot 5. block 245, C. M.
Patchill, $800; lot 18, block 401, E. L.
Bishop, 2820; lot 14, block 445, I. M.
Jacobs, $200.
A gentleman who had selected some
lots in North Great Falls today expressed
himself in very enthusisatic terms to a
TRtBUNE reporter regarding the beauty
of the location, its proximity to the
manufacturing district and the low price
for choice lots. He predicts a great ad
vsne durin th year in aIlpropartim.
mediately tributary to the Black Eagle
falls and dam.
R. W. Buckland is in the city, having
just returned from a trip to the Barker
mining district. He remained there for
sometime and reports having had a jolly
time on Christmas and New Year's days.
He says the miners are all looking well,
and that the mine owners are busily en
gaged in taking out ore ready for the ad
vent of the railroad. Mr. Buckland
brought in some fine specimens of argen.
tiferous galena ore for which the Barker
district is celebrated, and lett them at
the store of T. C. Power & Bro. We
firmly believe that the Barker and Nel
hart districts are destined to be two of
the best mining districts in the state.
River PreM.
NoahArmstrong, referring to the claims
made by Kentucky, Illinois, Montana,
Tenneasee and Washington regarding
Spokane's home, says that Montana was
his birth-place and home. He never saw
any other state till he was two years old.
Among the nominations for the great 2
year.old stakes in the east and west this
year is one made by Mr. Armstrong, of
which he says: If this colt improves, as
Iexpect,I will name him Seattle, but I
don't want to give any colt a name until
I am sure what he can do. If he don't
come up to my expectations 1 will wait
for a colt that my mare foals in the spring
I am positive it will be theone I am look
ing for, for his sire, Tom Bowling, the
greatest race horse In the world, hab sired
all my good colts. So if Seattle don't beat
the world next season he will two years
hence in the Futurity stakes, in which I
expect to enter the colt. I expect that in
the spring SBeattle must come out ahead.
A progressve euchre party was given
last evening in the parlors of the Patk
hotel by Mesdames Buy, Dunn and Ladd
to a large number of their friends. The
guests began to assemble at 8 o'clock and
at 9 the four spacious rooms of the rear
parlors were crowded. Mrs. Ladd read
the rules of the game and then the play
ing began and continued with much en
joyment to all until about 11:80 o'clock,
when the prices were awarded and lunch
served in the hotel dining room. The
head prices were won by Mrs. J. P.
Lewis an Harry Rlngwald;the pro gres
Sprizes by Mrs. E. A. Rngwald and
Prof. Thompson; the booby prizes by
Miss Ewing and Mr. Hooker. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Gibhon, Mr. and Mrs. Chowen, Mr. and
Mrs. Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. McClelland,
Mr. and Mrs. Heldt, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad, Mr. and
Mrs. Maclay, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ring
wald, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Collins, Mr. and
Mrs. Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Mr.
and Mrs. Gibbons, Mr. and Mrs. Myers,
Mr. and Mrs. Stonerr Mesdames Trigg,
Bush, Plnney, Beckon; the Misses Ric
Ewing, Hawkins, Walker, McGsrk,Trigg,
Gremm- Mesers. Wren, E. W. and Ber
nard Kelly, Cockrill, Verge, Largent,
Carter, Thompson, Chss. Webster, Wm.
Webster, Atkinson, H. Ringwald, Good
rich, Emmet Hawkins and McCord. The
general verdict is that it was the most en
joyable and successful card party ever
given in Great Falls.
[From Irday's Dally.]
There is not a desirable house vacant
in the city.
The TRIBUNE ANNUAL will be issued
tomorrow.
Joe Hausen came in from Band Coulee
this morning.
Professor Sherman and his trained
goats have left for Missoula.
Miss Katie Gibbs, who resides near
Sun River, is reported very sick.
Mr. Foleyof Morris & Foley, contrac
tors, St. Paul, went to Helena, today.
Since the chinook dissipated the snow
the boys are having a good time on the
tee. .
Seven new dwelling houses are in
course of construction south of Fifth
avenue.
To day Is cold and cloudy. There is a
marked change from the chinook tem
per.ture.
E. A. Ringwald is assisting Secretary
Webster in the office of the Townsite
company.
Senators Clark and Maginnis may pass
through here tomorrow on their way to
Washington.
G. W. Pence, proprinetor of the Great
Falls stables, is putting in a new pair of
wagon scales.
The ice harvest is ripe and several of
our citizens are taking advantage to fill
their store-houses.
C. O. Parsons, consulting engineer of
tnd B. & M. company, is east on business
connected with the new smelter.
While lifting a heavy timber, Tuesday.
Contractor Latta slipped and gave his
back such a strain that he is hardly able
to walk.
Mr. Robinson, the railroad contractor,
has returned from Duluth and is at pres
ent confined to his room at the Park hotel
with illness.
Among the arrivals at the Parr hotel
are C. 8. Brown, Benton;lt. S. Blair, Belt;
J. H. Lawrence, Helena; C.W. Tingley,
Denver, Col.
Sehmit d& Henderson are putting up
ice at their ice house near the Myers saw
mill. The Ice Is 15 inches thick and of
eacellent quality.
The new railroad depot will be a timely
addition to the town. The location is
well adapted to give travelers a good im
pression of the city.
Mr, Matherson, who was injured by a
young horse crushing him, a few days
ago, has so far recovered that he was
able to go to Ulm today.
T, E. Crutcher of Helena, was admitted
to practice in the supreme court of the
state, yesterday. He is a brother of Dr.
E. t.rutcher of this city.
During the night the chluook, which
has been blowing for the past four days,
was overcome by a cool breeze from the
north and this morning trhe thersmometer
registered 28 degrees.
No fatal case of influenza has been an
nounced in town as yet. This speaks
well for tie healith of the locality. In a
milder, softer rellmate many people might
have succumbed to such attacks.
A suit for damages in the sum of $2,000
has been filed againt.er-Sherliff Downing
and his surties v n-m partices o who
were arrested and held here about a year
ago on the charge of horse stealing.
There is much talk in railroad circles
of the lively contest between the duo and
Burlington litles. As the result of the
"cut" people can go from St. Paul to Bos.
ton at the rates formerly current from
Chicago.
Benton has an ice boat. Is the Great
Falls boat club going to allow the Ben
tonltes to outdo them? Broadwater bay
and the Missouri afford ample ground for
this kind of pleasure. Why not have an
ice yacht?
Great Falls is fortunate in having able,
zealous physicians who do not shirk their
duties however onerous they may be.
During the influenza epidemic they have
been untiring in attending to patients
in town and country.
Appended are the heights of the sev
eral cataracts: The height of the Black
Eagle falls Including the rapids s 54
feet; Colter's falls, 12 feet: Rainbow falls,
48 feet; Lower falls, 92 feet. Th. total
fall from the head of the rapids to the
foot of the Lower falls is 519 feet.
The Great Falls Electric Light com
pany closed a contract this morning for
another dynamo for their incr ndeacent
light plant. This dynamo will furnish
lightning to run 650 of their large sized
lamps. The order was wired this morn.
ing and the machine will arrive in about
10 days.
General Manager Mohler of the Great
Northern railway, who apentyesterday in
Great Falls, says that during thibs year
many railroad improvements will be
made at this place. Some of these are of
much importance and will add largely to
the army of workmen that will be em
ployed here during this year.
Contractor W. G. Jones has begun de
velopment on his stone quarries on the
west side of the river, above the ferry,
and is taking out some very good build
ing stone. Ed. O'Conner hasthecontract
for delivering this stone in the city and is
using the river as a highway.
John H. Green has been prostrated
with a substantial case of la grippe. He
says the New York doctors may be all
correct in saying the disease has not
crossed the Atlantic, but he don't believe
it. He thinks it is the epidemic sure, and
that it is on an all around the world ex
cursion; at least he teels that way just
now.-River Press.
The first arc light used in Great Falls
was turned on last night in Wm. Casey's
saloon on First avenue South. The light
is a 1,200 candle power and burns with a
steady, brilliant glow, and is much more
satisfactory than the incandescent lights.
Within a week the company will have
the circuit completed on Central avenue
and those who desire better light service
will be accommodated.
Superintendent Green of the Montana
Central is still here doing yeoman service
in getting freight out towards its south
ern destination. The entire yard force
for a time was lowo with ia grippe,when
Supt. Green and Agent Kelly might have
been seen in the yard playing the role of
switchman, conductor and yard men gen
erally. They are both "hustlers" and
have managed to keep right up with the
immense traffic of the Great Northern
and all its branches at this point, includ
ing from 75 to 100 cars of coal per day.
Supt. Green will be more than thankful
when la grippe lets go its hold on his
men.
INTERESTED IN BGREAT FALLS.
Editor Zook Writes of the Climate In the
Keystone Stute and Other Matters.
Under date of January 8, Mr. G. Zook,
of the Lititz Pennsylvania Express writes
as follows:
"I have received some copies of the
TRIBUNE and scanned them with interest.
Please accept my thanks for the same. I
shall read with interest any copies you
will forward nme as I want to keep an
eye on Great Falls. How has your cli
mate been so far? Our winter has been
the mildest I ever experienced. Hardly
any ice and no snow yet. Christmas day
some people sat out front at their door
steps. Today is like a spring morning
and the gram is green in our yard. It
rained nearly every other day after my
return home during October and Novem
ber. I enjoyed my trip very much and
my accounts have made parties anxious
to see your place. Yours truly,
Joust G. Zoos.
It Co5ta Something to be sa tate.
The following is a summary of the
public expenditures of Montana for the
ensuing one and two years, as set forth in
a message to the legislature by Governor
Toole: Executive department for one
year, $85,742; for two years, $71,184; leg
islative department, $54,590 for one year;
for two years, $55,180; judiciary, $60,800
for one year; $109,100 for two years;
state offlices appointive, $15,500 for one
year; $81,000 for two years; miecellane
ous expenses for one year $156,080, and
$870,60 for two years. iTotal, $822,212
for one year, $648,074 for two years.
CURRENT NEWS.
South Dakota's legislature meets at
Pierre.
C. D. Strong, a pioneer merchant, dies
in St. Paul.
Deaths from the grip occur at St. Cloud
and Brainerd.
Indian Commissioner Morgan, it is de
cided, will be confirmed.
The Mississippi is so low at Davenport
that it can easily be forded.
E. J. Davenport will supervise the cen
sus in the Minneapolis district.
A mysterious and deadly disease Is baf
fling the doctors at Clear Lake, Iowa.
New York Will be Heard.
NEw YORK, Jan. 9.-The United
States senate committee will hear the
claims of New York as the site for the
World's fair on Saturday.
MONTANA SIFTINGS.
The Deer Lodge prisoners thank the
people of Butte and else chere who sent
them books and newspapers at Christmas
time.
W. J. Baker of Missoula, has invented
a device for driving cattle from railway
tracks.
Ernest Greanlter, who was once respect
ed and refined, met with a seronos acci
dent in Butte, the other day.
Judge McHqtton is hard at work, re
storing order in the business of the
Butte district court,
pi
1f
ee caught anoh 1, oold oe souls not...n. T
Por. unfortunte BDtnohintl In whet o
.dpltfht he muir have been. £nd wet h6V
mlaortune was ono that often Ibf.lis eng ra
any " ones tuneru vooe among thoe who
ps o tshe "hen homoe " 1 utterly spoiled
ombid. n to ho.ud," or on the lunose or both
nfla. rorbthd above mentloned croo at
r'e .srnot aware that s remedy was
= Fm&l d ; but we rejol to know that all
matnr a keep their beadsclear and It
(bo·tlnune ny s _me ruams us o r. Safe's l
C rrh Emedy ad Dr. P. 'as' (Golden Med
el Discovery both of whlh cr sold by
druglllete .:
Dr. S 's Catarrh Remedy curs the worst i.
Sof Catarrh toin the Bead, no matter of
Son standing, while for a11 laryngeal,
ronlalL throat and lu affeet/on, D crr
. G~de. ]/edG.]_D~.O ler 8poed- l
lively unequaled. Itti rie theaorstlig r
we coughs and builds up the fleh and t
h of those who have been rrduced if
SWanting di .ass It guranteed to a
eft or punr • all disesse for which itl a
oommsned, if tken It time oand iven a
fair trial, or monely paid for it refunded..
Copyright, 1eis by WOnL.o'S Dtt. Maa Aiwa.
tli
Dr, PIERCE'S PELLETS
raguat nd clan.se the liver stomeh and
bowel. They art puy vatsoable end per-P
Jsgg . oMseat a DoSo. b ý
UN..CE([UITEO ATTRACTION!
OVEII $1,00,000 DISTTRIBUTED
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
incorporated by the Legislatore for LEdcu
tion and Charitable purposes, and ito franchise
made a part of the present State Constitutlon, in
loll, b on overwhelocln uplar vote.
lie MAMMOTII OAWsoINS teho plae C
stmi-a nnallp (tJan and Decemberl, nd
its (10ND SINIGLE NUM(1BE)b15 DRAW
i(NIN takbe place in each of the other ten
oonthes of the ear, and are all dawn in pob. S.
lie, st the Aocademy of Msic, New Orleans, La. W
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS, for integrýy
of its Drawinos,and Prompt Payment of Prizes.
Attested as follows:
"We do hereby certifjthat we snpervise the or.
.nmaement for all the Mothl and Semi.
hneal Drwnwl of the Loiiana nStote Lottery $,
Company, and in persen manage and control the
drwinng themselven, and ththa e scame are con.
doctsd with honesty. fairness, and in good faIth Jt
towed all oartio, eand we authorize the com
pano to ase this tertifoate. with facsimiles of
ler lcstra rse attached in Its advertlisements."
fo
/1A1
Cos isslltonern.
We the andersigned banks and hankers will
gop all risee drawn in the Loleiana State Lot
tesde wohi may be presentsd at our conters t
t d. Waimosle..Pres. Looisiana National Bonk
'terre Laoneo........Pe. Sitate National Bank
A. Baldwin....Pres. New Orleans Nattonal Bank
Carl ohn ......... .Pes Union National Bank.
Grand Monthly Drawing,
At the Aeademy of Music, New Orleane.
Tuesday, January d14, S10O,
CAPITAL PRIZE, $800,000.
100,0 tickets atc.0 ealh; halveol$10; quarters
$6; tapths $2; twentietcl 81.
LIST OF PRIZES.
SPRIZE OF PsU00,00 ...............$ 000,00
1 PRIZE OF 1,0 0 is ....... Is . 100,10
1 PRIZE OF 00 is. ................ 0,00
IP15)O 26,000is.....tle .. 1 .00
9PBIZE OF 10,000 ore .............. 20,0m0
SP OF 5100 are .............. 2,00
SP Z0 OF 1,.0 ore............. 1,.,000 C
100 PIZ OF 10 are .............. 5000
200 PRIZES OF 00 are.............. 80,00
00 PI OF 200 are .............. 100,000 p
A.PrOXIMeATO PRIeMsl.
iO0 PRise of I00 are .................. 50,000
t00 do 80 are................. 80,00
O10 do R00 are.................... ,(000
TBMINALe PRIZES
00 do 0 r.................... 00, 0
990 do 10 are.................... 09,.00
Sito Priee., amouting to.............. $1,0.480
Net--Tlckets drawine Capital Prizes ore not
entitled to terminal Prises.
AGENTS WANTED.
I For nlb roteo, or anf orther informa.
tiun desired, write legibly to the anderoinod,
erearly osttiooyour reaidoene, with Stote. aoa.
tJ1jfteset and Numrber. Maore aid returnomail
delirery lll be .mred by your inclosing an en.
relope bearing your fu.U ddarees.
IMPORTANT.
Add.... K. A, DAUIPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
Wamhltonto, D. C.
-Ir ordinary letter, antaiinnog Moneo frder I.
ued byallo eprel companies, New York e
ohranlen drft or pcetal note,
~LA~t._e. Registered Letlters containing cur
rency to Newn (rleans National Bank, New Or
le n'It IREH nI that the Imment of ries Is
t.-~ubsranteedhb~y four national banksof New Or
eensand thetioketsore aigned by the jreoident
ot an ionstion whooe lhartered riehte are
recoanoled io lb. highest courts; thIrefore be
ware ot all imitations orrnoaryrroua sohemes."
OINE DOLLAB i. the price of the smallest
part or fraction of a tirbet ilsued by os in any
an. a tin in our name ofiered for lees
t aha ller 00a owindle.
Prof. Lolsette's.
MEMORY
DISUOVERY AND TRAININS MEhTHI
Tn melt. of sdotrmtod imioarooe whiah EI. te.
tboeor nad ewoe resulots bth Otalteo, inoopltpf
hptoir.o aoharn o .p re "
af tbltarO of ima lot .evra i etU8 aa relo? i
sotud~~oirodpianltm b rortmsrit debhfroeslowt
bl..ire.rrori. tatafl o£,,j.r lot~f ootr rod
Vf A .iO~iTT~'E. 531 FIfth Ayeae,. yj a
The $elebrated French gure,
Warra old .9 ) nl
toeu APHRODTINE ,,,
POSiTIVE
GUARANTEE
to cure aily
dieasAe, or aoo
.disordear of tile
gegeratie obr
sox whether or- A
Cx ,.... | l'e ues o the
aile u[ 8tlmtlaui t, Tlovco rr Ol,itar.
or0hroagb yaothrul Lidlsretioo, over loduig
000c, &c., muchr s Lmes of Brain Porer, Wabclcl
Woeo. , Beaindowrn Praisl the Bare, etiourlc
WeaknLessl, Hyseria, Nervous pIlrostrton Nocturn-l
ao Eoaiamlous, Ieucorrhera, Ilzieas, Woeao bheto
ory, Losmof Power aod Impoteroy, wleih it ner
gl ofted lead to Irrllorllrorlld s oroalll m hoar
tla. Prloei1.0tlbox.Gboato. r .ellO hn by
man11 cai arecept of p rico.
A I RITTEN GUIi IAANTEo furerayft.00
ider to reluod tab arorney if O a1r(aroarco
cnre fa notelbatod. Thoumands of tel.tlOl.S
brn oldoand yoallg. ef both 0000i ioerlllcllolll
.aardbyAPonaeDITI,. Cirrrlar fare AlhllFe
THE APHRO MEt'ICIN' OC
"Xl F 0ORTLhar, O
For stoe hy Lapeyre Bror,, (treat Frlh:.
PROTECT YOUR EYES I
Mr. H. HIRSCHBERG,
The well-known Opticiau of 629 Olive
St., St. Louis, has appointed
and Eyeglasses. These Glasses are the
,reatest invention ever made in Spec
tarles. By a proper onstruction of the
Thens a person purchasing a pair of these
himNon-Chageeable Glasses never has to
change these Glasses from the eyes, and
every pair purchased are guaranteed, so
that if they ever leave the eyes (no mat
er how rusted proper scratched the Lenses
ire), they will furnish the party with a
new pair of Glasses free of charge.
LAPEYRE nROS. have a foul assort
nent and invite all who wish to satisfy
them.elves of the great superiority of
these Glasses over any and all others now
in use, to call and examine the same st
I.Ai'ETRE BROS., Druggists and Op
ticians, sole agents for Great Falls.
& Eyes tested free of charge. No
peddlers supplied.
-THE
CASCADE BANK
-o
GREAT FALLS, M. T.
(Incorporated.)
Capital Stock, - 850,000.00
S. E. ATKINSON................... President.
WILL HANKSB ...................Vice-President.
F. P. ATKINsON, Cashier.
TRUSTEES:
S. E. Atkinson. Jacob BSwitzer,
Peter Larson, Will Hanks.
John J. Ellis, F. P. Atkinson.
Transacts a general banking bnsiness. Loans
money, disoounto bils and makes collections on
avonrble terms. Accounts kept sbjiect to
check and intereat allowed on time certifiatnes
of deposit.
STAGE - LINE.
-FIm
GREAT FALLS
-to
Barker & Neihart
-Via
BELT, CORY and KIBBEY.
The Stage will leave the office at Bach,
Cory & Co.'s on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays at 6:30 a. m. for these points,
returning east Monday, Wednesday and
Friday.
LOUIS 60SLIN, Prop'r.
J. W. SHIPLER,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE
PHOTOGRAPHER.
Viewn of ranches. stook, ntc., taken on short
nntior. Views od Mlontanna ma in lhe icinity
at (Grat Falls always on hand. Gil0 S9 par don.
:lr 25 cents each~, mlailedl to any add~ress. Central
.venue. b~et. Fourth and F~ifth W.le. Great Falls.
Liv .e-Stock
COMMISSION MERCHMNT
GREAT FALLS, M. T.
Thi is the only offire in the Territor doing a
general binoss in aatoack.
Special attention taid to Hones. Cattle and
Sheepboth in lrds and nombers to snit the
PtLooataon central and in direct line with it.
Patl, Chosgo and anl pointawent. Am prepnred
to Larnish stok to any point st or wet in
nnmben to soit the byaer.
Fersons hainag sto i dor selo will find it to
their interest to list the same with me.
Corrnapondlenoee lioited.
J. J. KENNEDY.
Moneyto Loab!
--.ON"
RANCHES.
Lsw Rates I Long Time i
T. GI-A-ACN,
Opposite Park Hotel.
IiIEAT "ALLS, - - MONT
For late back, side or chest, use
Shiloh' Porus Plaster. Price 25 cento.
For tale by Lapeyre Rron,

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