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NATE W.ERTHEIM, Park Hotele icBlocke lo .ieGreat Falls, M ta Park Hotel Block. Great Falls, Monts NO. 8s53. IRST NATIONAL BANI OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, Sl;ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Oapital, $50,000. T. E. COLLINS ............... President J. T. AMINGTON .............Vioe-Presidet A. L. DICKIRMAN...............Csshli, B. H. MATTESON...............A.. st. Cashier DIREOTORS: 6. A. 3BOADWATBB. JO3N LUPLI . pARISU OIOIN. IRA 333. 3OU33T VAUOHN. 3.. ONOW U. 1. UT.WART TOD. J. H. MOBIOHET. J. BOOKWALT.II L. O. I~.ILPW. A usmuat banksta busums tMaact.J 1a olb drawn the prinoipl poi ts the ?rorPt gttio en to oo. tions. inrtewt allowed on tim depa ot. C. I. Webster, :Robt Blanulnbaker PsUszDJTst. be VICs Pass. WI. A. Webstr, CARI3e. The Secerity Bank OF GREAT FALLS. (Incorporated.) DIRECTORS : J. S. PILLSBURY, H. 0. CBOWEN, RonT. BLANIKENBAKER W. A. WEBSTER. A. W. KINSBUcRY, C. II. WEBSTER, SAMUal. GRANT, E. CRUTCHER, Active Accounts Solicited. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Direct drafts issued on all the principal cities of Europe. CASCADE BANK --o--O¥ GREAT FALLS, MONT. [Incorporated under the laws of Montana Auril S. 1889.1 Capital, *75,000. Surplus, 1 15,000. S. E. ATilNSON ...... ............. IPlrsi dent JACOB SWITZElR .... ...... Vie Pricde:t F. P. ATKINSN ....... ...... . D'.shier W. W. MILLER ......... A.itnut I a.hiern DIRECTORS. a. E. ITKIN.NoN. F. P. ATKIN.ON, PETER LAIt(O., JII" N J. ELI.I, JACOB SWITZ.Atr. .liHBE LESOLIE. A General Banking Business Transacted, Interest allowed on time deposits. No. 4434. THE MERCHANTS NATONAL BAN 01 Great Falls, Montana. Capital Paid up, - - $Ioo,ooo WILL HANKS. Prest. WM. ULM. Vice-Prest. CEO. A. WELLS., Cashier A Genc;al Bankinr Business Transacted. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EX CIIANG E. Interest on Time Deposits. DIRECTORS: E. it. Clingan. H. P. Bolfe. A. Nathan. W., lbrecht,. D. H. Churchill. A.F. Longeway. C. H. Austin. S. N. Dickey. H. R. Hotchkl.a. John Sinclair, BUY LOTS IN NORTH GREAT FALLS It covers the BEAUTIFUL PLATEAU overlooking the THE SITE OF IMMENSE FAOTORIES. AN IMMENSE DAM BEING BUILT. BLACK EAGLE FALLS. where the CHOICEST RESID ECE and BUSINESS LOTS may, for a hmited time, be purchased for An Immense Dam is now being contructed across la6a than HALF THE PRICE of other property not so well lo- The BOSTON & MONTANA COMPANY have selected Missouri River above Black Eaule Fals at NORTH Glt aend orice only $100 to i 0 for 50 feet front NORTH GREAT FALLS as the site of their IMMENSE FAC- FALLS at ost of a Half Million Iolla, and will furnish TOBIES, which will furnish constant employment to thousands for.hindred ol Mill. Othe improrments will rapidly rot . Gregg, 826 . Sixth Ave., Great Falls o wokmen whose CASH WAGES will irulate every month in Rainbow and Croa.ed falls. will l b o which are J.0 Gregg826 SixNORTH GREAT FALLS an ity n a few minutes' walk of NORTH FALL. Special Inducements to those who desire to build Immediately. THE CITY COUNCIL MEET. The City Treasurer and City Engineer Make Their Report for the Month of February. Mr. Hansen Has Received a Franchise --_fo 7X ther'Sti -Ra'il- - way. The Council Has Decided to Issue Bonds to the Amonnt of $50. 000--lt Is to Be Sub mitted to the People. The council met in regular session last evening, with Mayor Dickerman in the chair. Present, Aldermen Webster, Rowen, Bridges, Nathan, Burghart and Fletcher. The minutes of last meeting were read and approved. The city treasurer presented his report for the month of February. Balance in the hand of the treasurer, March 1, in round numbers, was $20,000. The dlty engineer reported amount of moneys collected by him to date, on ac count of sewers, being $6,000. The several barbers of the city peti tioned for a discontinuance of the license on each barber chair. Referred to com mittee on taxes and licenses. A brass band of colored members, re cently organized, asked permission to use for practice purposes, the room of the police magistrate. Referred. Frank Ogilvie and J. W. McKinzie asked permission to conduct a saloon in their hotel on the corner of Fifth avenue south and Fifth street. Referred. Allen Black asked the council for a !icense as house drainer. Referred to fire committee. The Brotherhood of Locomotive En giceers asked permission to meet once a week in the police courtur council cham her. Referred. A petition for an arc light on the cor ner of Second avenue north and Sixth street Referred to committee on sireeta nInd allvys. The ordinance licensing employment and intelligence agents and railroad ticket brokers was passed. The licence is fixed at *3 at year for a person or firm con ductini both lines of business and $:3 for at ticket Ibr,ker. Ahlerman lFir:haildt reported un fav orably on the petition for a cross walk onuCentral avenue in front of .toe Coin rad's stire on the ground that no cross walks except at street cro+singsshonhl le permitted on that avenue. lReport concurred in by the council. Bills were favorably reported upon by the auditing committee as follow- and allowed: E. Ma3ier, $38 30; .1. II. Leslie, salary, $123.00; Pioneer Press Co., $11.0t); Frank Ervin, $1.85: W. G. towen, $3.7.5; A. White, $10.00; IH. llingwill, $80.00. Alderman Gerin if the special conmnit tee on opening of parks asked for further time and the :.ame was granted. Mr. Webster from the special committee on annexation of territory to Ni.. s4 :. W. (i. t',iamiso, t'. M:. iix:m .so, I're. ill nti. Vice-President. NorthwesternNationalBank - OF - GRLEAT FALLS, 31ONT. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FoRT IanTON, Is now ready for any business in the banking line. Capital and Surplus, - $200,000. JO08 A. BAKER, Cashier. In Bach, Cory & Co.'s new building Opposite Park Hotel. the city, reported with an ordinance which was read the first time. It defines the boundaries of the city in accordance 'with the extended limits, and provides for an election of the citizens of Great Falls to determine the question of annex. ation. Afterwards a vote of citizens of the district to betaken in must be taken to decide whether or not they desire to come into the city. The committee that had in hand the question of bonding the city, reported favorably, and the council decided to is sue bonds to the amountof $50,000 which sum will pay all outstanding warrants and indebtedness and leave a balance in the treasury. This is for the most par', a sewer and public Improvement debt, the council properly decided that the tax payers of the future as well as the pres ent should bear part of the burden. The clerk was authorized to advertise for an election to vote upon the bond question. On motion of Alderman Webster the alleys in blocks 188and 181 were vacated. 't'his same action was taken last October but the requirements of the law as to posting of notices were not complied with. On motion of Alderman Rowen the council authorized the purchase of the half lot adjoining the city hall for $1,500, which is about one-half its selling price. The Townsite company give their usual terms as to payments. Building permits as requested were granted to Houston & Johnson, Matt Dunn, Itubottom & Gilchrist and the Great Falls Opera House company. The latter is a permit to erect a frame build Ing on First avenue north, between Third and Fifth streets, to be used temporarily as an opera house. The street railway franchise came uip again and was accorded free diicussion. It was read section by section and after amendment, was passed. The most im portant changes made in the ordinance are as follows: Requiring the company to construct two miles of road instead of one a year; prviding that T rails shall not be used; that steam power must not be employed; that no tracks shall be laid on certain streets and avenues to be agreed upon by the council, conditioned that the present street railway company agree not to put their line on the same highways. With these changes the Lill passed and Mr. Hansen became the owner of a street railway franchise in Great Falls. An ordinance organizing the Great Falls fire department was introduced by Mr. Webster and read the first time. The colored brass baud and the Broth erhood of Locomotive engineers were granted the privilege of meeting in the police-court room, and Frank Ogilvie will be allowed to dispense liquids at his hotel on Fifth avenue and Fifth street. Alderman Bridges and City Clerk Les lie were aplpointed to prepare the booths and otherwise prepare for the forthreom ing city election, which must be con ducted on the Australi:an plhn. T:ie council adjourned until next Ties tdy evening. TIlE ELECTRIC I itILA'.IA. Glota-t Ilioted to Makse a Trip OIver The Lilne. The mnw el cttric street railwl.y Wtas forin.-rly opened to the public ye terday, and inl the future the cars ol tihe lBostonll MoUnt1tn1a will be propelled by that won derful Iluid. Yesterday Gr,-t Falls bid goodlhye to the steam moler and its attendant smoke and noise and swoR allegiance to the new electric street railway. It was a day that wil: long be green In the memory of the peo ple of this city, as marking a new epoch in the history of locomotion in the future umanufacturing metropolis of Montana. Two cars were required to hold all of the invited guests who accepted the in vitation of Suiperintendent Dickinson to ride over the new line, and every seat w:as tken. The leading merchants, bankers and citizens of Great Falls saw fit to leave business cares for a brief titue to enjoy the hospitality of the Boas tin & Montana Street Railway company. I Have Sold 88 Out of the First 100 Lots T. Gahagan WILLARD. REAL EsTA PRICES WILL BE ADVANCED SHORTLY. Bargains in all additions. Corner lots on the motor 1 TI.CL."A.. is situated at the Narrow' Gauge Depot and only two miles from the Park Hotel. Be quick and take advant- Acre property in all se age of low psices and first choice. LIBERAL TERMS. . from $40 per sore upwards. At 2 o'clock the afternoon the guests seated themselves in the handsome cars ready to begin the journey to the dam and return. A few minutes after that time the cars started and sped merrily along over the route without a break or halt save when it was necessary to stop to allow some one to get on. Everything worked satisfactorily and the ride to the destination was unmarred by any delay. All noted the even and easy motion of the cars and more than one spoke of the care displayed in the management of the head and trail cars. When the powerhouse at the dam was reached many availed themselves of an opportunity to inspect its machlanery while others took cocasion to descend to the suspension bridge and examine that structure. Some ladies and gentlemen walked across the bridge and examined the buildings and works on the Boston ard Montana side, while others strolled up and down the jagged bluffs of the grand old Missourl. After a stop thirty minutes at the dam the ringing bell announced all to return to the cars, which were arranged to is turn to the city. Soon every one was seated and the happy party started on the return trip. The journey back to the heart of the city was soon made, and every one was reluctant to end the tr. H. Pierce of the Thompson-Huston evstem, who has worked faithfully to have the system in running order for the opening excursion was among the pas sengers and received numerous congrat ulations. He said he had started many systems, but never saw one work so sat idfactorily at first. Mr. Dickinson, the genial superintend ent, made the trip as pleasant as possible for his guests, and received the thanks of all. The following ladies and gentlemen made up the party: Mayor Dickerman, Aldermen Webster, Bridges, Rowen, Fletcher and City Engineer Worley, H. P. Rtolfe, Attorneys Pigott and Cooper, County Assessor Rice, County Treasurer McClelland, Clerk Cockrell, City Treas urer Iingwald, Jos. Houston, James Carrier, J. N. Barnes, Jr., E. G. Maclay, Ira Myers, William Ulm, Judge Huy and wife, Geo. Treat, F. P. Atkinson, Chas. Gibson, Mrs. and Miss Cochran, Phil. Gibson and wife, E. Hotchkiss and wife, 8. 8. Hawkins and wife, Judge Raban and wife, W. P. Wren, J. Casey, W. L. Frary, Dr. and Mrs. Gelsthorpe. Mr. and Horst, Ed. Devine, a TRIBUNE reporter and some employes of the company. County Statitists. County Clerk Crosby received yester day the report of State Treasurer flick. man and Auditor Kennedy, for the year ending Dec. 31, 1891. It is a very inter esting work and contains some county which are flattering for ('irtnle figures. T'he rise-nment for the cnil, it: i,. to which tihe ntlew law erenttii.L the 1r, ition of Cuotu aditor alt llieroit f,.lows: liow, li,ý21r l r, ::; IDeer ILodge, -r9,1n10,491I (Cascade, d,tilr,.i,; Mi-r ,la, $3,11:3,1 i. Thel cotlllly ihviing the lorwe-t ratsces nent oif .y in the state i- Dawson which is $2. 1It(i,4I . The loi I S4t ti. lIevy inl the' state wai: twelve mill in Lewis l un :lltke crullty and thie inex.t Iliwtet laR trwe!lvte and one - qllulirter millsl inll iur itwii countly. Thrle hir.thest lJvy wast in .'ello.ri-ine cr"iuty whlere it wais twent -five mills. There are srrrrre lothier interesting staiirstics in tile reports. THE MAFIA TRIAGIEI)Y. The Grand J y begau its IIn. uiJsiJaloun Yesterday. NIEW Oni,n.cANs, March 18.-Tlhe grand jury today began its investigation of the killing of tile Italian prisoners and the causes which led to the miscarriage of justice. Bribery has been accepted as an answer to the latter question and Detect ive (O'Malley and the jury came in for a large share of the day's inquiry. No findings have been returned but it is said O'Malley will be indicted. It is under stood that the citizen's committee will make a thorough investigation of the jury bribery matter and will leave no stone unturned till all the facts in the case are brought to light. GRANO OLD MAN HEARD FROM. He Refutes the Charges Made by Parnell in a Recent Speeheb. ILADSTONE NOT OPPOSED TO LAIO., A Dispatch From Rome Announces the Death of Prince Jerome Napoleon. M. H. De Young Withdraws From the Senatorisl Contest in Call. fornia. Lozloox, March 17.-In the course of a reply to an address presented to him at Hastings shortly after his arrival Glad stone said: "I should like to say a word about Parnell's speech in which he said that he had opposed the claims of the labor candidates in England in conse quence of the obligation he was under to the liberal leader. There is not one word of truth in this statement so far as I am concerned. ["Heart" "Hear!"] Far from opposing the claims of the la bor candidates, I have always been ready to support them." [Cheers.] Touching upon the painful disclosures of the di vorce court Gladstone said that it was not his place to judge the amount of the delinquency, but It was the part of the liberals to consider upon what principals they would be guided in the disposal of their votes. The liberals knew that the cause of home rule depended upon them. The conservatives might pass the measure for home rule on lines indicated by the liberals, but "the ill-starred adoption of the call of the liberal unionuts" were the real objectors to the home-rule measure. The liberals, added the veteran states. man, had arrived at a definite conclusion in regard to Parnell. He (Gladstone) was merely a reporter of the general con viction that the party was against Par nell. This conviction was arrived at in December. It held good now. [Cheers.| l'he liberals were ready to face defeat, exclusion, misfortune, but they were not prepared to create a constitutional lead eaship fcr Irelandt under such guidance as L'arnell's. No consideration would make them do so. [Cheers.] Referring to the government's Irish administration Ulad stone contended that Ireland was gov erned one way anti Great Britain was governed another way. Irishmen contin led to be deprived of many liberties that the English enjoy. It was for the Irish people themselves to solve the quIti(,st by a prompt and unanimous declatrationt against the exist ig tadministration. Inl conclusion Glladstone expressed the opinion that it was the duty )of the lib ernl.do prosecute this great and patriotici purpose., and to o,!tain justice ftor Ireland, knowine that Iy coliurageous alppllication of lbheral principles they would secure a union of classes, dominion of law and stability of the crown. [Cheers.J Prince Napoleon Delul. RoaUm, March 17"-lrtuce Napoleon is dead. Ablbe 'ujol, it is announced this afternoon, previous to - the prince's deztah, administered 'he last sacraments, of the Roman Catholic church to Prince Jeromle Napoleon. DeVouun Withdraw.'. A('IMIt.ENTO, Cal., March 17 -After a conference held last evening DeYouug's friends decided to withdraw his name in favor of Felton. The joint ballot today resulted as follows: Estee 45: Felton 88: Blanchard 2; Johnson 4; Pierkins 1; White 24. Necessary to a choice, 58. Adjr.urnment was then taken till tomor row. 8adge m*ar Chesas the IJ Naw OnLasNu , March 17.-J H. Marr, in section A, criminal day, charged the graad Jury sr "Gentlemen of the grand jury your last adjournment new Or lna the mane of a deplorable which terthlaated I the death of jsersons-priuioers a the eowody polioe of this ity. I sa de trapdy becaue without eferent causesu, all god otisenas must and gret the taking of human life warrant of law. The dtailsa dents of this alleged homicide causes and antecedents are me public history. They are disc the aaly press, and they largely public attention at home and a Friday last the trial of a large nu persons charged with the mu Chief Hennemsy, which had oocu court for some 46 days terminated I verdict of "not guilty" as to all but those on trial, and a mistrial as three. This result was received w dent dissatisfaction by those w watched the prooeedings from day and it was charged publicly that the jurors and witnesses had been or otherwise tempered with fluenced. Pursuant to a call many citizes, published in the per of Saturday morning, a large her of persons assembled on Cano and proceeded to the parish pri trance was effected by force and the persons complicated in the ki Hennessy were shot and two or with respect to whom there had mistrial were hanged, and the cro surrounded the prison quietly die Matters of such gravity can not nored by the courts or grand Jhi am commanded by duty as judge to them to your notice, and feel sure will receive at your hands a investigation which they challeng have heretofore charged you. The attorney as our legal adviser, at will of course consult with him touching this and all such other as may engage your attention. It my purpose now to more than giv matter In charge to you, and I do every confidence there will be no action on your part and the res your investigation and dellberatio be in accordance wih your appr and estimate of facts as they may to your knowledge. The sheriff present probably during the day to an official report of the occurran Saturday. When this report is 9 will be presented to you, and in ence to that as well as a:l matter.' ing investigation. [ shall criv . structions from time to time na deem necessary." Shortly after the judge cont.iil charge Major Wright Schaunil'l mayor's private secretary, went the grand jury. He was follo,. II. Priest, secretary of the com.n . lifty, George I)eneger and h'lie The Italian Minister Reelves I1" Reports. VA.\$sitN.;IrO, iMarch 18.--liar the Italian minister, today reccin first of his reports from the Ital::, sill at New Orleans in relation to i ing of the Italians there last So These reports, it is said, sustain } sitiou taken by Baron Fava in hi to ilaine of March 15, with rel.a inaction of the authorities at N. leans before and during the shoot transmitting the copy of the re; Secretary Blaine, Baron Fava r, that the conduct of the local aut at New Orleans was in the higI. gree blamable for the reason that in.keeping with their duties to prutt life of Italian subjects accordinct terms of the treaties existing betw.' two countries as had been called. attention of the government by Sti Blaine with an unquestionable .i: justice to which the Baron said Il witness.