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A. NATHAN,
The One-Price Clothier.
A SIRONC TICKE INAMEt,
The Greal F.Ills Democracy Meet and
N ,,oniate Five Alder
mlell.
Jensen. herIIoev. Wildekopft Clark
and Trigg Are the Popular
Choice For Aldermen.
A.i Active and Efficient City Demo
eratic Committee Chosen-Many
Democratic Veterans
Present.
Charles Wegner presided over the
democratic city convention which was
held Wednelday evening. Walter
M. O'Dwyer was secretary.
The chairman opened the proceedings
bneefly.
Mr. Cockrill then said: There seems
to be a strong sentiment in favor of en
doreing for mayor Arthur E. Dickerman,
who is a young man that has the inter
ests of the city at heart. I don't believe
we could improve on him. There is
much reluctance to get the mayoralty in
to a hitter fight, especially as Mr. Dicker.
man has all the qualifications for a good
mayor. The town I come from is strong
ly democratic. but at times the democrats
support republican candidates. The re
publicans in turn vote for democrats. In
the same liberal spirit and in order to
divest city offices, in a measure, from
partisan strife. I propose that we endorse
Arthur E. Iickerman for mayor. [Ap
plause.]
The chair put the motion, which was
carried.
On motion of Mr. Jerry Collins, the
convention then took a recess in order
that the delegates from each ward might
make known their preferences.
At the close of the recess the following
reports were submitted and were read by
the secretary.
THE FIrST WARD SPEAKS.
The democrats of the First ward with
one accord recommend for nomination
by the convenltion Capt. Jensen, who as
a gallant soldier, enterprising merchant
and publii'pirited citizen is well quali
fied to represent'the pioneer ward of the
city in the city council. (Signed.)
uco. E. Huo.
rllN riitDGIES NAMED.
The citizen. of the Second ward, as
represented in convention assembled, re
commend unanimously the nomination
of John Biridges ror Alderman. (Signed.)
.-oiutl GERIN, Chairman.
A. .I, 'r;ic,, AT THE FRONT.
The denmocratic representative of the
Fourth ward u.ominate A. J. Trigg for
alderman w ith tihe fullest confidence he
will represent i.e ward ablyand efficient
ly. (Signed.)
W. M. COCKRILL.
WILtDEKI'F AND CLARK.
We the representatives of the Third
ward propose for nomination J. K.
Clark for the short term and H. Wilde
kopf for the long term who are both well
qualified to represent the ward in the
city council. (Signed.)
H. NAL -ACn.
The nominations having closed, Judge
Huy movedn that the candldates named
be nominated by the convention. The
motion met with a hearty response and
was carried unanimously.
On motion, the rard delegates pre
sented namer for a city committee, which
was formed as follows: First ward, M.
Henderson; Seconrd J. Bridges; Third,
E. O. Maclay; Fourth, G. W. Taylor; at
.arge, Charles Wegner.
tn motion of Jln Gerin, the commit
tee was declared ele-ted.
Tihe convention then dissolved.
THE. CONTRACT HAa IlENts LET.
The New Greuat Nrlltherl Depot Will Soon
itl i nder Way.
The contracrt iii tihe Great Northern
railroad depot Iao he, n let to a St. Paul
builder. It might be called the union
depot, for tie Great Fallst&Canadatralns
may leave there on ir narrow guage track.
The new depot will stand nearly oppo
site the TlhiR.l Nx office and will be on a
metropolitan srale. It will be twostories
high and ha;l a spacious covered way
for the protection of passengers in rough
weather.
The baggage warehouse will also be a
leading feature iof the new depot or sta
tion es it i: tdled with due regard for
r ert..cy in the specificatlons. It will be t
on a large scale in order to accommodate
the growing busileess of the city.
ANOTHERI FIRE AT BENTON. a
The Partrk abtles,owred by William bow
Totally )estroyed. b
At about 12:3. o'clock Tuesday night b
a fire broke out in tole Park stables at aI
Benton, and in a very short time the en- s
tire property was destroyed. The flames
attained such headway before the fire- P
men arrived thlt it was hopeless to at
tempt anything save to protect adjoining
operty. The rigi of the fire is a mys
he Ricer Press gives the following ac
count of tile sloses: lThe buildings and
sheds, the Iproperty of Mr. Wm. Rowe,
valued at n.-nit OriinuuO, were totally de
atrroyad. Ti--y were insured for $4,000,
but none nrf h mrnovble property or
anir.rali o. ' "' rein were insured.
Mr. Howe l,.r ;',,t ro stallions and one
colt, valued at ,:50 0, besides ten sets of I
harness and othei Inraperty of consider.
able value.c
Edward Kelieyo,,, stallion, road cart
and harness--valunl at $500 or $(00.
Prsnk Stoles, of Swot-c Grass, one span of
horses, harness, wagoni and camp outfit,
value not given.
M. H. Stearns, of eGreat Northern sur
veq party, now camprted at Fort Conrad,
oneepan of horses, harsness, wagon, bed.
dlng, eto. value not given.
Lewistown stage line, one horse, cart ai d
harness.
James Ross, of Sweet 4-rass, one horse,
cart and harness.
Alex. C. Johnson of this city, one plo.
ton, valued at $300.
Joseph R. Lewis of this city}, one .Ir
sey cow, $55.
It will be seen from the lbove that
nine horses, one colt and one cow were
burned to death. It was it pitiable anl
heartrending sight to see the poor, help
less animals destroyed in this manner.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
[From Wednesday's Daily.l
Theo. Gibson shipped ease yesterday
two car loads of hides and pelts.
Budge & Kenkle are displaying a great
variety of foot wear. Kee their show
windows.
A. J. Trigg bought of the Townsite
company today a lot on the hill near the
school-house, for $1,000.
Mr. A. Nathan was nominated by tht
republicans for alderman from the First
ward, vice Frank Webster, who is ineli.
gible.
Dr. J. B. Newman will locate in this
city. He says he has traveled a good
deal since he left here, but found no
country that suited him as well.
Mohabb & Cassiday have purchased
two lots in North Great Falls and are er
ecting a large building. Next week they
will open a beer garden where they
will keep a large stock of hlqud refresh
ments.
Mrs. A. Nathan and children started
to New York to day, where they will
make an extended visit. Mrs. Nathan's
health has not been good for some time
and the visit is made in the hopes of re
gaining strength in the metropolis.
Mr. D. D. Bruce has taken charge of
the Osborne house which hvs been e.
larged rcpainted and papered through.
out. It is now one of the neatest hotels
in the city and the personal supervision
of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce everything will be
done that will add to the comfort of
guests.
Dr. to. D. Cummings, a graduate of
Bellevue Hospital Medical College in
New York city, is in the city and has de
cided to remain. The doctor has had
successful practice in Bellevue hospital
and has also practiced successfully in
Lake City, Col. For the present he has
sstablished an office over Kennedy's meat
shop on Central avenue.
Edwin Durham, a young man of steady
habit and good reputation, was taken
sick last Thursday. He occupied a room
at Mr. Lawler's, where he received every
attention, but grew rapidly worse and
led at 10:80 Monday evening. He came
'rom Faribault, Minn., where he has
nany friends. His father arrived this
norniug and will make arrangements to
:ake the remains home for burial.
Some time ago a postmaster signed a
etition for his own removal. It is peo
ale and papers of that accommodating
ind that say a good word for the Rolfe
annual with its "Bird's Eye View." The
lIrd must have had very weak eyes that
ouldn't see better than that. A citizen
rho praised the book before he saw it now
narks In '1888" under the said view on
he few copies that he sends out. Never
uv a pig In a poke, especially if the pig
s olfe's.
LFrum Thureday'e Daily.l
Mrs. A. Olsen has opened a restaraunl
on first avenue south neal the Paul
Voaughn block.
W. G. Jones started his steam planine
mill to day. At present he will run I
forceof six men.
Ed. SBayre, of Martinsdale, one of the
most prominent of the wool growers of
Meagher county, is In the city.
Men are being hired here today to con.
nect the Northern Pacific short line al
Butte with the railroad to Garrison.
H. L. White is showing a plat of the
Sleeper lode which will become an ad.
ditlon to the Nelhart townsite in the neas
future.
J. A. Roger closed out a part of his
drug stock at auction sale to day. He
could not rent a building and was com
p iled to leave ly expiration of his lease.
Mr. Eades, who will appear atthe Arlon
hail Tuesday evening, April 15, with the
Oakes bell ringers, is i1 years old, and
has been upon the stage from childhood.
Mr. Eades enjoys the reputation of being
the greatest facial artist in the world.
The time has come when everybody
can drink wine as it is now sold by the
Great Falls Liquor Co., at Wetzel's old
stand, as follows: Claret and White
wines, $8 per doz.,; Claret, per gallon, $1,
White wine, per gallon, $1.50. Goods
delivered to all ports of the city.
Importantl If you are about to build
and desire so additional protection against
fire and a handsome appearing house as
well, use California Redwood aiding and
inishing lumber. This wood does not
bmrn intos blaze, it merely chars. The
siding only costs $5.00 per thousand feet
more than pineslding and is entirely free
from knots. For s,5le by the Goodrich
Lumber Co.
M.att Foley, of Sand (oulee, met with
a serious accident a few days ago. He
stumbled, fell and caught his weight on
his left arm, and hand, the little finger of
whirls was turned backward, mashed and
broken. The wounded finger was dressed
but did not yield readily to the treatment
and grew worse. He cameto thecityand
bad the finger and part of the iland re
noved and Is now improving.
Bishop & Frary, real estate agents, and
Peter M. Baum, attorney at law, will oc
BUY LOTS IN NORTH GREAT FALLS,
It covers the BEAUTIFUL PLATEAU overlookinu the THE SITE OF IMMENSE FACTORIES. AN IMMENSE DAM TO BE BUILT. THE BEST PLCE
BLACK EG.LE FALLS. where the CHOICEST RESD N0A BEST PI
and BUSINESS LOTS may, for a ihmited time, be purchased for I TO
s16s than HALF THE PRICE of other property not so well lo- An Immense Dam is now under contraes tobe construotd orm
cat.d. Prices only $100 to $350 for 50 feet front Terms easy The BOSTON $ MONTANA COMPANY have selected the Missouri River above BlL Eale Fallse at NORTH GREAT - - -:..
Send for maps and other information to NORTH GREAT FALLS as the site of their IMMENSE FAC- FALLS at a cost of a Half Mlion Dollas and will wfurn The GREATEST RISE
J 0 GREGG Park Hotel, Great Falls, Mo, TORIE hih will r mplt tothoof ll constant employment to thousands f il cmprovueet s will will be in NORTH GRT llsl
of wodlmen whose CASH WAGES will oiroulist ever month in Raiborw and Crookd fanls will he utje, all of waO~ .. th. the durILLONS to be IXPn NORTH T · biB .!
Or A. K. HARBOUR, Helena, Mont. NORTH GREAT FALLS and vicinity. o in an i minutes' walk of NORTH LI men dn the EONSb Itn bE D visiit J
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO TU4h1· WRO ' ]W0 UILD IMRRD4
cupy the west room in the new Crutcher
building. Mr. Bishop is ,our district
court stenographer and Mr. Frary comes
from Dakota to operate with him in real
estate. Mr. Baum has Just located here
to engage in the practice of the law. He
comes highly recommended from his
former home in Syracuse, New York.
A question was rainede today as to the
eligibility of A. E. Dickerman for mayor
on the ground that in September, 1888,he
lived and proved up on a ranch near the
city. At first it was touh ttoutltthis disqual
fied him, as the law requitr s a residence
in the city for two vears preceding the
election. Fnrther inquiry, however,
showed that in September, 1888, there
was no "city" of Great Falls and that Mr.
Dickerman has been a resident since the
charter was adopted, or since we have
had a city of Great talls. For this rea
son, in the opinion of City Attorney Les
lie and others he is eligible to the office.
Whatever quibble of law may be raised,
it is certain from the point of interest, of
ability, of popularity and of general qual
ification Mr. Dickerman comes clear up
to the mark, and the endorsement he re
ceived from the democratic convention
last evening is one he may well be proud
of.
KIMBALL, SOUTH DAKOTA, GRAPHIC:
While the colums of the Graphic are
open to any and all unobjectionable ad
vertisements, yet it is quite impossible
for us to speak knowingly of the merits
of the various articles of merchandise
advertised. Particularly is this true of
patent medicines. But there are excep
tions occasionally and a noteworthy en
ception is the celebrated Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. This now universally
known medicine, has been advertised in
the Graphic for four or five years. but
not until recently had we any personal
knowledge of its wonderful efficacy,
which has come about through the pre
.ailing influenza and the stubborn cough
that has so often attended it. In the
writers family this medicine has on sev
eral occasions this winter, cured a cough
that baffled any and all otherremediest
and the number of families in Kimball
and vicinity in which this remedy has
been used with like effects attests to its
value as a specific for coughs and colds
of every nature. For sale by Lapeyre
Bros.
FROM DESPAIR TO JOY.,
wbs Pra anaf 3tevy a a Laveln Lfads
nd maw lsh maln lansa Snap
Ms Morton D. Hurlan, rediangat No. 1s
West lath Streat, Now York City, has pased
through a most wonderful experleaoe. Mrs.
Harlan had a happy home
and through her devotion to
hebr haome duties over-taxed
her strength. bSh had de.
cpremed feslnp, entire lack
f energy in lice, and fnally
a cough at night and morn.
lang which grew wose each
day. Upon looking in the
Ioasshesaw dark osirues under her eyes and
nouad that she was rowa thinner aa lt g
all sterstin lif. Thnis pnl olstais og thines
ontaued for months until finally sahe beamo
so weaheso COld not attend to her dutlla ana
wascoonflned to herbed thesp ter d'aottlhe
time. Oneday Mrs H.lan a very dear fri
linr Willard sailedd ad wm smaed teo ase
s wan and faded. Two bright hetsle is
too upopn each eheek. her lip wer blue,
ferae pbinched and drwn. and rhe a
aisien m eant ploa and her eas wes
touched for her frien. At brarernest requeai,
the ase of an English lem
edy for eoaumsptosn wa
tried. At the start very
lttle effectsould be seen, so
sass made, baut b degres
is. Bartn bega. iregain
her est hapetitad that-er
lay in perfet physil eon
ilton, whollyas a reset of
bheauseof Dr. Aoher's flg
h Remeldy for Cosaump
ton.
The lemona of this slmpl.story hi beplait
oall. Noman or woumaan saffrdto neriel
kcne finst mptoms of aoasum.ntia ilhi
sem as aigsht ut wiob bhommeas as terr.ble
nlestaken in time.' T re Remedy has
sved the lives of hundreds oi wla known men
Iod women who were on the verge of the rave
rom conumptosn but who re wel and happy
-doy. It ia.ld .univmleeel.
For sale by Ltpuere erre.. ireot Falls, Mont
Grand Exhibition I
-AT
WHITEHEAD & KUEHN'S
MAMMOTH FlURITIRE SORHi.U
ADMISSION FREE.
Doors open from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m., where will be seen one of the finest
displays of furniture ever placed on exhibition in Montana. A fine line of
Parlor, Bedroom and Dining-room Sete, in all styles and prices; fine Steel
Pngraved Pictures, mounted in the latest style of frames, at very low
Igures. Bookcases, Writing desks, Sideboards, Sofas, Bed-lounges, Kitchen
JLupboards and a hundred different varieties of tables. Chairs and Rookers
mnough to seat even more women and children than are in Cascade county
Jne hundred thousand babies wanted to use the Adjustable Baby Car
iages. Don't miss them. We are the only agents for Montana.
Mall Orders Promptly Attended to.
WHITEHEAD & KUEHN,
Kingsbury block, - - - Great Falls, Mont.
New Home"
-AND
"White"
SEWING :-: MACHINES
For sale by
Wm. Albrecht,
Opposite Park Hotel.
Furniture, Carpets & Wall Papea
PBICEB ALWAYS THE LOWWST.
GENERAL . AGENOY
-Of the -
Louisiana
State
Lottery.
GREAT FALLS. MONT.
The Mammoth Dwing for April,
Capital Prlze, 8300,000
Oeems April 15th.
TICKETS SOLD--PRIZES CASHED
Address by ordinary letter containing
money orders issued by express corn
panies, exchange, draft or postal note, ao
for tickets, circulars and all information,
John Renner
Great Palle, Mont.
Address Registered Letters contalning
currenc to the First National Bank,
Great Falls, Mont.
NEW MIIINERI
All New Goods.
The Latest Designs.
The Freshest Styles.
DIRECT FROM THE EAST.
MRS. S. RALEIGH,
Vaughn Blook, - Central Ave.
FIR POSTS AND POLES
Parties wishing unsplit Fir Posts,7
eht long, or Poles. 16 feet long, can be
accommodated; will deliver them at any
point on the river or at Great Falls, in
quantities to suit purchaser. For prices
flquire or address
H. W. KRAUS, Craig, Mont.
ARE YOU MADE miserable by In.
tLgestion, Consum lion, Dizziness, Loss
f Appetite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh'a
Vitalizer is a positive cure. For sale by
Lapevre Bros.
SBUY LOTS'
AT - HALF - PRICZ-i
For a Few Days
IN' RIVERSIDE ADDITION
North Great Falls.
Apply to Or
ST. AMOUR & LAMBIE, D. D. LAMBIE,
Room 18, Bailey Block, PARK HOTEL,
HELENA, - - MONTANA. Great Falls, . - . Mgntna.
I-- - . - ... . _ _. = ,....
REASONS WHY YOU
SHOULD BUY LOTS IN THE
WILCOX ADDITIB 'iI
STO GREAT F L!
First. It is within easy reach of the business center.
Second. Our Lots are sightly, with a fine view of the city and surrounding country.
Third. Our Lots are large, 50x130 feet, with Wide Streets and Alleys. A And lst0 but
not least, our PRICES ARE 80 LOW that anybodyoan buy.
$50 Down---Balance on Long T.i
At Low rate of interest. The present prices will be raised shorItly. ,
WILCOX & DeCAMP.
THOMAS GAHAGAN,
AGENT FOR. NORTH GREAT FALLS
Lots for Sale in this Fine Property at Low Rates and Easy Terms.
"oz.'t Eorget that 2-orth. C5-meat 2a11,e Zotw afe
The Best Paying Investment in 'GratFa4l
And are Situated Right Adjoining the Dam and Boston & 'Montana ,Smeiter.
OFFICE--In Albrceht's Furniture Store,'Oposlte Park Hotel.
GRAND UNION HOTEL E . CLINGAN BELT, ON.. º:A
(THE LEADING HOTEL) YitnlhI. DI7OWit :1
JER.E SULLIVAN, PROP'R, General Merchandise
FORT BENTON - - MONT The Best Prices always paid for Grain and Country ,rordgie

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