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ON TO THE COASIT.
ThBA BNOltsmns MAxING
Paty at. te. Bnd oft he blabiseot
sum.eyt* wwd Bu aeae-4Mewo
t.her P.tIes Are Also
iN the Field.
MresovurA, Jan. 14.-Engineers are hard
Work on the surveys for the Pacific ex
- ion of the Manitoba railroad system.
e party, consitlng of about a dozen
n under charge of C. P. Smith, are at
head of the Blackfoot near Cadott
y at work surveying.doWn the river
'rds Missoula. Another party is our
ing up the stream from here, while a
rd gang is at work near Mullan Passm.
management of the Manitoba are
Xious to have all the preliminary nur
work completed by spring time, so
woek .. grading may hbe commenced
n as the weather will allow.
EBLETRIC BAlYWATB .
L owry is About to Adopt Them ono
All His Linet.
3T. PAUL, Jan. 12.-The success of the
urthavenue electric line in Minneap
has proved electric. The outcome
nothing less than a decision by the
ppany of which Thomas Lowry is the
ding genius to make electricity super
horses, steam and cables, excepting
the Selby avenue line, on account of
grade. This proposition is quall
the statement from Mr. Lowry
a like sweepigp change will be
in Minneapollis " the counclt so
it. He is obhged to have the con
of that bqdy before the substitution
e i.ade, and to that end has request
. M. Johnson, acting mayor,to call a
al meeting of the council. In HB.
i the situation is different. He has
ined already official permission to
whatever motive power he wishes.
rdingly he will begin atance in the
g to transform the car lines there
a complete electric system.
is decision was practically reached
Mr. Lowry on Thursday night after
orence with Mr. Goodrich and others,
it was not until yesterday that hedeli
ly announced his intention. Thecon
oration that led to the decision was
.mainly satisfaction which the Fourth
ue electric line has given in Minne
is. A strong pressure was brought
upon the street railway president
ttsens who saw in the new motive
the greatest possible merit. Ever
the hune began to work smoothly
have overrun Mr. Lowry's office to
him how greatly pleased they were
whbt a mistake he would make should
put in cable power instead of elettria
on the other lines.
The We~dln Postponed.
DDusuqun, Jan. 10.-Charles Lesser,
o runs a sheep ranch In Montana, has
in engaged to a young lady in this city
some time. The wedding day was set
the latter part of this month. Two
iks ago he started from his ranch with
-ral car loads of sheep destined to the
o markets. The stock was dis
of to advantage, and Lser came
t Dubuque on Thursday with a big
of money. Thursday night he started
Sto do he town, and finally got nto a
.bling'den. At 8 o'clock this morn
he got up from the table without a
in the world. Even his gold watch
gone into the maw of the tiger. Con
nently the wedding has been ioded
Cyclone in St. Loais.
Loues, Jan. 12.-At 4:0 this after
. a cyclone struck the southwestern
on of this city and swept on through
orthern limits, making a pathway
y a quarter of a mile wide and leav
and destruction in its track. There
rcely any waning of the approach
m, owing to the fact that the sky
been overcast for several hours before
full force of the wind was felt. In
on to dozens of dwellings and
a in the southern, central and north
sections of the city, more or less
ked some big buildings were dam
. hree deths arereported. The
isal les is about $100,000.
The Wobarn Strlke taded.
oaoia, Mass, Jan. 10.-The great
e is ended. The leather men will
rn to work Monday. The state board
rbltratlon has three weeks to settle
llsts and the men are to be paid is
fixed from the time they begin
Good Exuample tor (Salt
.OTaro AD, Or., Jan: 14.-The Amerl
Dressed Meet company Ihas lately
organised by capitallast of Portland,
.,and it Is expected that the company
I1 be ready for bualnee sIhout March 1.
W. Spaulding, O'SheaBros., and other
minent butchers of Portland are in
a. the concern. The plant will
.cnduoted on the moat approved
pdern plap for a slaughter house,
reago arsiteod having prepared the
When completed the cst will
4 ut $100.000.
A Meat Paekery to T.esas.
A...a, Texas, Jan. 14.-The sire has
donatedand the sook seoured for u
papkery and refrigerator, operations
anoneo with the slaqghterdaily oi
b.qves and a proporttonate number
other amals and to be eulrgd as
pows8. There are poratlaul me.
head of the enterprsts, bad Ithay
atpport of the catllmen, whonow
teinpr at bee w Wt aons pa. usad
ee to ed to y r their
Tb- fact of the winning of thoe .1i,000
by our townsman, oenry Hanrri, Iothbe
t driawiog of the .svrelaaa State Lot.
tioy is not new to.out ex-sheri, he re
la: "That the mosey had promptly
Oem not seeking eame, bad hn.ae
Will invest the mono t real natete In
Sbehstcounty of 0 ls1fnla-Napa."
pa (Col>}po creo Mov. i9t
Uadsatekleg Sad embalming. A prm
i in chab e. WJals promtly at
Opposite tie Psckhok WuAtaeowr.
Orlminal sae a Civli Suits on the Docket
The following criminal cases are enter
ed on the docket for trial at the January
term of the district court:
State vs. Jack Curtis and H Marcotte,
keepinag disorderly house: State vs. M /V
Broughton, grand larceny; State vs. Jas
A McGee and O K Morton, appeal; State
vs. E Purcell, malicious mischief; State
vs. Bessie Summers, selling liquor with.
out license; City of Great Falls vw. Joe
Hamilton, appeal; State vs. Owen Tehey,
assault; City vs Will Hanks, carrying on
Insurance without license; City vs. A M
Veberg ,disturbing the peace; State vs.
Lottie kMoore, malicious mischief; State
vs. D Graham, arpeal.
Appended is a list of the civil cases:
Lettrell & Moore vs. F P Wilcox and M
Sutherland, suit on contract; Sam'l Spen
cer vs. North Montana Cattle Co, suit on
account; T L Gorham vs. J H Jurgens
and Bennett Price, suit on account; H S
Jenkins vs. Aaron Chandler et al, suit on
settlement- Farmers' Loan & Trust Co
vs. North Montana Cattle Co, foreclosure
of m .iage; Annie McLain vs.. Me
Lain, divorce; Ths E Brady vs. A. E.
Dickerman tress, injunction; H P Rolfe
et al vs. A Diekerman, tress, injunction;
Carrie L.Curtis vs. Jno Curtis, divorce;
Jno Spencer vs. Montana Central R .
suit for damages; C A Wolf vs. G W
rmstreng, suit for possession of land;
J J Eilis vs. W Quail, suit for damages;
Holter Lumber Co vs. E Race, foreclot
ure of mehanic's lien; W Hunt vs. Al
Hunt et al, action to enforce mechanic's
lien; Wm Hunt vs. T E Collins, on con
tract; Emil Robel vs. Geo Robel, divorce;
Helena Lumber Co vs. Alice W Clinton,
foreclosure mortgage; Edw Hamel vs. A
Gashingway, suit on note Annie Mo
Donald vs. AD McDonald,divorce; Mary
A Itevenson vs. J C Stevenson, divorce;
WJ Leae vs.W P Burcher, snuit on aso.
ount; J T Murphy et al vs. W Roberts
et an action on account; Kate C Ray
vs. 6 C Ray, divorce; S C Ash
y&Co vs.D D Brown, suit on note;
B W Jacson vs. C P Downing, sheriff,
aDpeal; Anna Colberg vs. $ Colberg,
divorce; R W Hansen vs. Margaret Han
son, divorce; Aina Jerry vs. Isadore
Terry, divorce; Chas E Hall vs. Marion
Hslldivorce; Tillie J Sheridan, divorce;
H McKean vs. Holter Lumber Co., action
to set aside sheriffs certificate of sale;
S McKean vs. E D Bastle, same; J L
Mears vs. G N Trost, suit on account;
Molter Lumber Co. vs. W L Lowman,
foreclosure of mortgage; Frank Hay vs.
Paiusen & McConnell, action on contract;
City vs. Ira Myers and E G Maclay; in
junction; H J Florence vs. Alice L Flor.
ence, divorce; Maggie Wetzel vs. J Davis,
at ae, suit on account; G W Roden vs. C
P Downing, sheroff, suit for damages;
Murphy, Maclay & Co. vs. Thos. Geer,
suit on account; Murphy,Moclay& Ao. vs.
T M Babbigton, suit on account; J S
Stafford vs C P Downing, sheriff, suit for
value of property and damages; Ira
Myers & Cs. vs Patrlck Croghan, fore
closure of mechanics lein; Patterson and
Thomas vs Mary Wilbur, foeclosure
lieln; Molter Lumber Co. vs. Jnc Clinton
tuiton account; S H Mclntire vs Board
of County commissioners, sunit op account;
Joe Conrad vs. Cunningham and Jamison,
suit on account; David Thomas vs. N P
Loberg, suit fordimsgea; D H Churchill
s. Sam Dodd et al, suit on note; J A Lit
trell vslfHiHorton, foreclosure mortgage;
H Vorheerr vs. Gntlhlb Wenzk, suit on
account; W H Black vs. Thos. Gahagan
dumages; Wm. Albrecht vs. Coro B
Shields, suit on account; Joe. Ingram vs.
SP Powning, damages.
CROEAU' ARD DUPUTY3.
BrihtPree s tefor the Chotean Region.
In the Tamuxm'e annual number apage
is devoted to Choteau and Dupuyer.
Much interesting information is given re
lative to the growing town of Ohotean
which will receive a strong impulse from
the new railroad.
Peaengr Tain Wreked.
EcziwceO ae, Wash., Jan. 18.--A
Northern Pacific express train was
wrecked on, Sunday 65 miles from here.
Seven cars were piled along the track.
No one hurt.
Olearing Houe se e ange.
BosTox, Jan. 18.-A table compiled
from dispatches from leading clearing
houses of the United States and Oanada
shows the total gross exchanges for the
week ending January 11 to be $1,180,.
967,642, an increase of 141 per cent. com
pared with the corresponding week last
BoULDen, Jan. 19.-George D Greene
upotL request of the defendant has been
appointed counsel for Charles K Cun.
WAHIeoTONr, Jan 1.-Although Del
egate Duboles has said that the Mormon
influence against the admissialon of Idaho
would have no weight, it is very apt to
out more f a figure than he anticipates.
The statement in Gov. Sharp's reportthat
there are 8,000 instead of 18,000, as
claimed bl the delegate, is having some
eaeot. •17e Mormon representatives
here laims they will be disfranchised if
Idaho is admitted. Both Dubols and
.Casey sy that Idaho and Wyoming will
be admitt in spite of the opplositlon.
Toe itreasurer of Depera, Wis., s
robbed hof 900 in cash.
The proprietors of "The Fair" In Min.
neapolr, make as aIignment.
The Minnesota delegation decided to
support Mr. Lind's judcial bill,
A runaway couple of Minneapolis are
found in Portland, Or., and arreeted.
St. Paul is victorious in a debate be
tween 'the. high schools qf the Twin
A bill ts prepared to make a national
ty park of the Ohliekauga bht
b 'ke senate 9ossstiee makes a favera
bb report on the bill for e public build
in St. Paul.
An excelet akowLin Is made bythe
sni4tl t0temt01 of the Minneesta Ai
cutural ale o.
The. optniog Is preese in St. Paul
that the ouaslllatio. of the Wiesonain
Centeal and Northern Pacific is certain.
Thones Lowry n po to s op build
isg ctb lines ..n-tke Twn sfitteean4
o sstrout neothia but eleetric ralways.
Mrs. Ule s, ERen on igigi at jes
and, is eonvicted of manslaghtler Inte.
e prestative i"sder receivee 5 re
sltlecrpe foaa signal tation aiMinis
THE "'OHEISrIAN SCINTIEBST TELIL
WHY HE SEEKS A DIVOBCH.
Minneapolls Shows ConsiderMble Interest
In the Seandal-enastor Cloegh
Examled for the
MINNEAPOLSe, Jan. 18.-It is a matter
of conjecture when the closing scene of
the Moore divorce suit will be reached.
Friday morning, after a few important
questions put by the complaint's attorney
to the mother of Mis. Ida E. Moore, the
plaintiff rested and the defense commenc
ed its side of the question. It is hinted
that witnesses galore have been obtained
by the defense who will offer damaging
testimony, but through the secrecy kept
by all connected with the case no relia
bility can be placed on the number. The
testimony brought up was about as shaky
as any that has been produced yet.
In the course of the day the evidence
6asumed.such a disgusting character that
the court reporter was obliged to with
draw from the room and a substitute was
The defendant, John A. Moore, was on
the stand the greater portion of the day.
His manner was strange to say the least.
At first he appeared to be calm and col
lected, but Freeman Lane with his "Hold
onl Look out there" seemed to irritate
Dressed in a Prince Albert suit, but
toned and showing a large portion of his
nafs, he sat in a half-lazy position with
one arm on the judge's bench and the
other hand grasping the arm of the chair.
His replies were very indirect and in
stead of a straight answer he would in
variably follow with an unnecessary ex
Senator Clough and Mrs. Freese were
first called, nothing of any great import
ance being gleaned from either. The last
named spoke as to Mrs. Moore's charac
ter, whom she had known for many years.
She had always looked upon her as a
woman of the noblest nature. Mrs. Shaw
followed in the-same strain,
The Montana Difficulty.
WAsnlmoTon, Jan. 18.-The credentials
of the four senators elected by the rival
legislatures of Montana are expected to
be laid before the senate this week. Ob
jection will be made to seating either re
publican or democratic contestants pend.
ing investigation and report upon their
claim by the committee on privileges and
elections. A member of the committee
said today that he was in favor of going
fully into the question of the legality of
organisation of the Montana legislature.
The Baby KIng is Better.
MADRID, Jan. 18--These is a slight
improvementin the condition of the In
fant king. The government has adopted
special measures to prevent an outbreak
in the event of hisdeath. A bulletin just
issued states that the king is resting
A Big Distillery Burned.
PaoRIA, Ill., Jan. 19.-Fire broke out
this afternoon in the Monarch distillery
and before It could be reached it burned
together with 100,000 gallons of untaxed
spirits The total lose is estimated at
$150,000, covered by insurance. The dis
tillery bhad a capacity of 100 000 bushels
of corn per day. It cost J00000 and
was the largest in the world. This is a
busy season and the house will be idle
three or four months and the loss to busSi
ness will be several hundred thousand
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Trom Mondar's Delr.1
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Powers are on the
School opened today with a fair at
E. D. Kingsbury came up from Chinook
R. Blankenbaker is in from his Box
Elder sheep ranches.
Ohsa. Roach is among the number suf
fering from Is grippe.
Dr. Paul Shlloiok, located at Fort As.
sinnaboine, is in the city.
James Mathin has been asufering from
Influenza, but is somewhat better.
Ed. Talbot, stage manager at the Park
theatre, s a suaferer from Influenza.
A middle aged lady desires a situation
in the country. Addrese, the Taxana.
E. F. Heesey, one of Philbrook's most
ronent citizens, is registered at the
D. R. McGinnis, immigration agent for
Great Northern, came In from the east
Mrs. A. B. Fairheld,whohad formerly a
millinery store In Great Falls, is Gran
ville Stuart'p bride.
The remains of James Tyndall, who
died Saturday, were buried by the county
Representative Obshu. Loehray, from
Sand Coulee, registered at thePark while
on his way to the capital.
The TaIn.uxa AonnuAl is sold at 15
centsa opy. Cpies ready for mailing
may be procured at this omce.
F. W. Wright, and J. J. Bensen, promi
nent men across the river, have so far re
covered as to be on duty again.
Send the Tanauxn AccuAi to your
friends. It will tell them all about Great
Falls and surrounding country.
The new bell was placed on the high
school bullding Saturday and this morn
lng for the first time seat out its warning
note to the children.
Rev. W. B. Coombe went out to Belt
yesterday afternoon where he omciated
st the funeral 01 Rhoda S. Epperson and
Quseenie B. iacklaw.
Mr. and Mra.Thomasu. Brady are now
in their new, elegant lome at 8th ave.
outh and th street. This fne residence
was built this winter for Mr. Brady by
The Ta.uoxa aNUAL is received in
hi h favor generally, and several hund
red aopies have already been sold. Itis
justthe thing to sent to friends.. The
postage on the annual ii two cents.
Rev. Mr. Coombe has made a school
census which shows that in the town sad
Smelter there are 545 children of whihob
0are over fouryears. In the redt of
the school district there are 119 children.
Ohalee D. Grmffith has exepted a p.l.
Ston from the Boston & Montana com
pany and will presumably be engaged
here oa surveys. fie has resigned the
chief clerkship of the surveyor general's
Capt. W. J. Clark of the Monarch
Mining company, Neihart, started east
this afternoon. He goes to loston, Mass.
where he will meet a party of friends and
with them he will visit London, Paris and
other European cities. The captain will
return to Great Falls about March 20th.
All the trial and grand jurors have
been se.ved with summons by Sherif
Hamilton to appear at the next term of
court, which begins on Monday next.
The grand Jury will be limited to seven.
The crlnpilai calendar is light. The
stabbin affray is the most heinous one
on the list.
Hon. Frank Hollywood, one of the six
democratse that Deer Lodge sent to the
legislature, favored the Tanuersx office
with a call today in compady with Robert
Vaughn. Mr. Hollywood is an active,
intelligent member of the house who
will show legislative ability as soon as
he has a fair opportunity.
Miss Jennie Jones left by the afternoon
train to visit her parents in Chicago.
Miss Jones is much esteemed in Great
Falls society, where her zealous aid was
often rendered at church festivals and
other entertainments. Mrs. Southwick,
Miss Walt and other friends accompanied
her to the triin.
Articles Of incorporation of the Mea
gher Mining company have been filed at
Helena. The capital stock is $25,000f an
the incorporators are J. C. Barker, of
Nethart; Lige Edwards, of Anaconda; T.
C. Power of Helena; John Power, of Ft.
Benton; j. E. Kanouse, of Townsend and
several of the business men of White
Sulphur Springs. The mine which it is
proposed to work, is known as the Bul
lion, and is located on Carpenter creek,
near Neihart. This lead is located upon
a high plateau running from Carpenter
creek towards the north, and has been
traced some three br four thousand feet.
Throughout the Bullion claim it crops
out boldly and is exposed in a half dozen
laces by shafts from eight to twelve feet
n depth. The ore body is uniform at I
every point and measures about two feet
in width, and over two dozen assays made
from samples of this veils give upwards
of 80 to tO per cent lead and 40 ounces in
silver. The new company will start aa
tunnel from Carpenter creek and will tap t
the lead at a good depth, running the ti
nel in 85 feet, and should it atillprospect
encouragingly, a large force will be put
to work n stanking, running levels and
stoping ore. I
nFrom Taesdal's Da.lr.1
The thermometer stood at 2 below at 1
p. m. today.
Thos. Gahagan is sojourning in Helena
for a few days.
Phil Gibson went out to Sand C~oulee
today on business.
Sam Dean and C. B. Pyle ate in from
Sand Coulee today.
Mrs. J. D. Gore has been very sick, but
is reported to be improving.
It is reported that H. P. Rolfe is in
Washington in quest of an office.
Robt. Vaughn went up to his Sun river
ranch an the coach this morning.
The lawyers are preparing actively for
the opening of court on Monday.
Many people are sending Tiassvm Ae.
miwtu to friends and business correspond
Mrs. Mary Kohnen of the Minot house
has lately furnished her tables with
Roger's best silverware.
Silverman, Cohen & Co. of Chateau,
have a large shipment of supplies await
ing them at the freight house.
Mr. Chapman has returned from a trip
to Canada and is again athispost in Bach,
Cory & Co.'s hardware department.
H. Burrill, superintendent of the Sand
Coulee Coal con.pany, left today for St.
Paul and will return in about two weeks.
G. W. Machlan, Minneapolis; G. W.
Gantz, Billings; J. F. Burd, Dupouyer and
C. G. Browne, 9t. Paul are registered at
Joe Conrad has just received some ex
quisitely beautiful, life size card board
pictures advertising the celebrated War
Notice J. M. Gaunt's new sewing ma
chins ad. The Wheeler and Wilson is
Jerry B. Leslie of this city, has been
elected vice-president of the Montana
bar association. Cot McCutheon is the
president for tis year.
Prof. Fred W. Anderson will leave for
Washington soon on business connected
with his position as special agent of the
Hugh Kirkendall and son Tom, came
in today from the Neihart branch where
work Is progressing right along as if it
was May instead of January.
The Spotted Horse mine at Marden is
shut down and it is understood will re
main so for six weeki. The cause for the
suspension of operations is.not known at
TheMontana StockmanforJanuar- has
come to hbrd. It contains much useful
information, tinclding two able articles
by Col. Searles on sheep and stock in
McIntyre brothers'he`e just finished
an elaborate map of Neihart showing the
townsite and the mining locations. It is
a fine work of engineering art.
Charles Farrell, who was charged with
stealing horses fromnt the Canadian cus
toms officers, has been declared "not
uilty" at Benton. He was defended by
George W. Taylor.
It is prposed at Belton to make a
voyage to the Great falls on the ice boat
ea Gull. Captain Stainford should give
a display of his skill on Broadwater bay.
Dr. ., D. Crutcher is t.I medical officer
of the boat.
Although the weather is cold, the Bos
son & Montana surveyors under command
of Chief Ingersoll make daily trips across
to the building site, and will have every
thing ready to begin active building
operations in a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Stuart were at
the Grand Central hotel, Helena, on Sun
day, on their way to Maiden. "The
bride" the Independent says "is a tall,
fair blue-eyed beautiful blonde, stylish,
cultivated and of pleasing address."
The weather continues favorable for
invalids, most of whom are recovering
steadily. In tow cases are the symptoms
of the grippe alike. ome people have
been bl to ace it out and attend to
businese, while others have had to remain
at home under the doctors' care.
Several bridge constructors, who ex
pect to bid on the Sun river bridges to
be built by the county, are in the city.
Among them are M A. Adams of the
KingBridge and Manufacturing com
pany and Mr. Bayne of Minneapois.
Julian Bard of Dupyver concluded his
labors as juror at Benton and arrived here
on the noon train, an route home. He
hopes that when he is next summoned to
attend court in January the county seat
will be at Choteau and not Boston.
AMONG THE MINES.
THE BELT MOUNTAINS MIINNG COM.
The Company Well Organfied for Active
Work--Good Ieturns From
Several of Thair
The properties belonging to the Belt
Mountains Mining company are among
the most promising in the Barker district.
The company is thoroughly organized
and during the coming season will un
doubtedly make sotme showings that will
maake their stock jump to the top of tie
sILVER AND LEAD.
One of their properties--the Daisy-ad
joins the famous Meek's mine and gives
indications of being as rich. Three tun
nels have been run in this mine, one 50
feet and two each 95 feet, and-in each
tunnel has been found a 7-foot lead bear
ing 28 inches of solid galena. This ore
is very rich in silver and lead and thii
mine alone is a fortune.
The Chnmberlain, I tvaed west of the
old smelter on Dry Fork, is another of
their properties which shows up well fir
the amount of work done. Here -a 20-foot
shaft has been sunk and an 18-foot tun
nel run, showing a strong vein of galena
THE RED CLOUD.
The Red Cloud is east of G(alena creek,
near Gold run. This lead has been proa
pected with two tunnels of 40 and 2I feet
respectively, and in each tunnel an 18
inch vein of very rich galena has been
THE GROUSE HILL.
In the Grouse hill the company found
24-inch vein of quartz and lead; while
the Pearl, the Scott and the Plymouth
tock all show up well for the amount of
work done. The company owns several
other prospects which show good ore
from the grass roots, but as yet are not
J. C. Lily, Joe. Lessard, Lee Smith,
Taylor & Lewis, Phil. Chamberlain and
Maggie Wetzel are the incorporators of
this mining company. They own some
desirable properties and are in shape to
push the work during the summer.
The Cleveland is owned by J. C. Lily
individually. This property is about
two and half miles east of Barker, and
shows up remarkably well. A tunnel
has been run 80 feet through a four-foot
vein, rich in carbonates and bearing a 20
inch vein of solid galena. Samples of
this ore have assayed 28 ounces in silver
and 72 per cent. lead. Mr. Lily has been
offered $5,000 for a half interest in this
mine but has refused to sell.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
It will be observed that THE TRIBUNE
has a new headline today. This head
line includes a One view of the falls,
which will serve to impress still more on
the public mind at home and abroad that
element of our resources. The water is
seen pouring over the rocks in a resistless
mass, needing only science and labor to
render it availale for the largest indus
An effort will be made, we learn, to
have the heavy paper mail going to
Lewistown and sMaiden sent by way of
Great Falls. This, if accomplished will
be a great relief to the postmaster at Ubet.
The Ubet office is the distributing place
for the mails for four or five routes, and
as the postmaster there i. allowed no as
sistant, It is a severe tax upon him. It
often takes two hours for him to assort
and distribute the north and east bound
mails.-R. M. Husbandman.
Mr. J. 31. Erskine of St. Clair is in the
city and will remain a day or two. Mr.
Erskine, like every other clizen of Cas
cade, St. Clair and the Chestnut valley,
wants a bridge across the Missouri be
tween Cascade and St. Clair, and during
his sojourn here he is likely to mention
the matter to our county fathers. There
is certainly an urgent need of a bridge at
this point and the claims of the citizens
of that section are well worthy of consid
eration at the hands of the board of com
SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what you
need for Constipation, Loss of appetite,
Dizziness and all symptions of Dys
pepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bot
tie. For sale by Laneyre Bros.
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of
Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and
wife owe our lives to SHILOH'S CON
SUMPTION CURE. For sale by
DISCOVERY ALD TRAINING METHOD
In spits of adJitslt.. sdljti whiJ h mln~the
the ami"r,.I'an o matlsssbr eis lIN
i r o eoastitoa p toob m
The Selebrated French sure,
wpf. ·m"et APHRODITINE" m reoi
oas-dy n bt. HLaper shros Gl a EpohFll
seop whl.t her ai wh ha
ulIt his systemm t crrpodenc, winA
toi rmls s.h1et 1 5s it 15 1s. fohla or r t)5i,
ruthrssehyssthul ondpiirsslso, sear 15401g.
Prof. As iagI,,'a"Is.A. 2I.s.ls the Bah, semial
TWL Pelebrasdlpotedn, ehih I ure,
WIalted "APHRODITINE o .o....sorebis-d
AW~sROTTUNW OUAI tIIVE reywyitiI
-er, so re'lent abs msr y 1 of the Ors
fsi ~a uss aete si Thoead tmimso
x si dyve se of Bt anth leaToco orOpiumly
l nsssdhlmtA, Leac.rrheam. Dizzlner, Weak MAddress
lFor so lea by Lapyre Batureold Fae i lls.
orsale by Lapeyre Bros., Great Falls.
PROTECT YOUR EYES
Mr. H. HIRSOHBERG,
The well-known Optician of 629 Olive
St., St. Louis, has appointed
LAPEYRE BROS., of Great Falls!
as agents for his celebrated Diamond
lpectacles and Eyeglasses, and also for
lis Diamond Non-Changeable Spectacles
and Eyeglasses. These Glasses are the
greatest invention ever made in Spec
tacles. By a proper construction of the
Lens a person purchasing a pair of these
Non-Changeable Glasses r:ever has to
change these Glasses from the eyes, and
every pair purchased are guaranteed, so
that if they ever leave thl:, eves (no mat- I
ter how rusted or seraa~,,d the Leases
are), they will furnish the party with a
new pair of Glasses free of charge.
LAPEYIE BROS. have a fi,l assort
ment and invite all who wish to satisfy
themselves of the great superiority of
these Glasses over any and all others now
in use, to call and examine the same at 1
LAPEYRE BROS Druggiats and Op
ticians, sole agents for Great Falls.
p Eyes tested free of charge. No
GREAT FALLS, M. T.
Capital Stock, - $50,000.00
B. E. ATKINSON.....................President.
WILL RANKS. ..................Vioe-Preident.
F. P. ATKINSON. Cashier.
8. E. Atkinson. Jaoob Switzer,
Peter Larson, Will Hanks.
John J. Ellis. F. P. Atkinson.
Transaets a general banking businsas. Loans
,oneJ, disconnta bills and makes colleotions on
favorable terms. Accounts kept subjeot to
cheek and interest allowed on time certiseatae
STAGE - LINE.1
Barker & Neihart
BELT, CORY and KIBBEY.
The Stage will leave the office at Bach,
Cory & Co.'s on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays at 6:80 a. m. for these points,
returning east Monday, Wednesday and a
LOUIS aOSLIN, Prop'r,
-10 award--Estrayed from pastore at mouth
ofSln River, one basuddle hore, with stripe
in faoe, branded Jon left shoulder.
o. N. DICKINBON.
O. H. CLARK,
Wholelale and retail dealer in
CIGARS & TOBACCO
Special attention given to family trade.
Mail orders will receive prompt attention.
First Avenue South.
Fifth Avenue Restaurant.
And furnished with every dellao.y the season
OPEN UNTIL 10 O'(LOOK P. M.
John Wood, Prop'r.
Money to Loan
Low Rates ! Lung Time I
Opposite Park Hotel.
GREAT FALLS, - - MONT
Enormous Prices for Barbering?
Go to the Pioneer Barboer Shop at Pioneer Ito
tel, Shaving 1t cents; hair cutting, 6 cents.
Eht shaves . SCHOFIELD.
1ROM ODESPAiR Tb Joy.
M, Moton D. Ratio., reeaidlnaeat':o. !s
West .th tret,' New York CLy, hrapead
through a mon Bondlrf l orperaote. Mjnt
S tarlen had a ppyl home
and thoub hea devotion to
berhome dutieo over.taxed
her strnlgtb. She had do.
premed fellan, entire !t"o
oough at night and morn.
i r g whioh grew wors each
GEO. UpoD loGRAnY I• t
lm sheu aw dark otrole under her ewe and
contlnued for mont e
s weakshoeooUdnotaetoea tduies aond
time. a diy [r. Hat ast very deur frMnd
Mrsr Willard oidlad and wes amsa ton M h
so wan o d fadeod. Two h heeh teetlýout
hsr ies ylnolhPe ind dMra ed thr do a
REAlto ok In ITo r tes. tmt hWlard know
tio met cotonoumpfo o nd her ar warn
th neuo an Ertmg.lll f . .-k..
tried. At the Start very
little eog cthould be h
ease ma.. t by dell e,
her lear apy iore t ono
rtenvea tb er bo l brh
then 5aher th, and shoa ,.to
Th. leton of this ol mpleuory d be pi
thoes tioe imptoms O ooonoumpton, whlob
oem so gll 0l00t whOic beoomog eao terrible
unloe taken in •a u toreat omed ha
aved the lveeof nundroo. e wl]m own w.men
today. It Leeoldn umv.rea11.
For sale by Lapeyre Bros., Great Falls. Mont
A large supply of
Always on hand.
Bread and cake delivered to any part
of the city.
CHAS. 6IES, Prop'r.
Second St. South. - Great Falls.
City iorse-Shoeing Shop.
Makes a Specialty of Corns, Quarter
Crack, Thrush and other diseases of the
W First-class work guaranteed. Shoe
ing gentlemen's drivers a specialty.
GEO. D. GRAY.
Shop opposite Park Theater.
This is no Patent Medicine Ad.
Worry Kills More Men
When a man is slok he is oonstantly thinkl"j
of what would beCome of his family in oase o
his death. The doctor has to minister tothemind
and body and the chances of reoovery are las.
When a man knows that he has an insurance
pulley in a good old-line company which It as
good as wheat, he does not worry and the
thantes of his recovery are two to one t his
favor. Do not delay. lnauro with T. DAHA
GAN, In the Be tro est no d Oldet n ombne r
in the world. OppositePsrkotel, Great.,-1 .
MINING APPLICATION NO. 2483.
U.S. Land Office, Helena, Mont.,
January 9th, 1890.
Notice is hereby given that the Belt Mountains
Stone Quarry Company, by A. H. Nelson, their
attorney in fact, whose petoffiae addreLs is
Helena Montana, thae made application for a
patent or three hndred and twenty-niua and
Sacres of plaer nd, sitnate in norn
ed mining ditrictd CoNade and Mehe cohn
ti Montana, and described in the official plat
and field notes on tie in this office, as follows.
viz Survey No. 2184, lot 9, rex placer.
Legsn at corner No. 1, whence nose Inittal
point Noal , I bar N 25 de. 0 ain181, ft
26 tdnc N des. 47 min, E 108b t&. to coNo
Nio. 8 thence 8 28 des. 52 min. E, 2177.2 ft to cor
ner No. 4; thnene N 88 des. 21 min. E, 4888 ft. to
comer No. 5; thence 22Oft. tocornerNo. 8,
thene 08 deg. 47 mtn. W 1156.5 ft. to cornerNo.
7" thence N 21 de. 45 a in. W, 240.0 to coner
Nlo, 8; thence N1'2 das. 45 man. W. 2o0.f ft. to
corer No. , plnace of beginning, containing an
area of 70 and 21.0 acres.
Surveyn No. 2.0, lot 40, Ca er-la e- glnnin
at coner No. 1t, whence nose initial point bears
9 80 deg. 18min. E. 5198ft-thence N 74 des .
1 mtin. W, 22.4 ft, to corner No. 2; thence N
deg. 6 mi. W, 125064 ht" to comer No. 8; thence
S6 de. 44 amin. E, 1100 ft. to cr. No 4; thence
49 de. 48 mat. E, 1507.5 ft. to corner No. 5;
thenceSt dne t 88 ain. E 780.1 ft.to eor. No. ;
thence N 82 das. 84 in. E 29.95 ft. to coa. N 7
thence N 48 de. 2.5 ain. . 0 ft to cot No. 8;
thence N N deg. .02 min. E, 2091.6:. toomner
No. 1, place of beginning, conteting an area of
99 and 0-100 acres.
Strvey No. 2815, lot i,,Sltana Places, beagin.
ninasatorner No. 1 whenoh nose lnital point
No.i bea N 61den, )in E, 462 feet thence N 46
de. 25mln Wt a 5 feetto cor. No. 2. thence 11
deSg. 4rainW,29i. 5ft to or. No h, e tnce N.
61 de 88 alin. W, 90 feet to cor, No. 4, thence
N. 49 de. 48 ain W 17. 15 ft. to not. No.
thanceN. de. 44 mtl. W, 1100 ft. to cot. No. 6,
thene . 78 den. 54 min W, 1978, 1 ft. to cot. No.
9 thence 45 de. 9 rain E, 1711, 4 feet to cor. No
10, thence 89 deog. 9 oin. E. 1079.2 ft. to cor.
No. 11, thence N. 48 deo. 18 ain. E. 1071, 4 feet to
con, No. 12, thences. 45 de, 42 rmin E. 2287 ft.
to cor. No. 18, thence S. 65deg. 85 rin. E, 1772 1
ft. to cor. No, 14. thence S. 40 des, 10 min E,
18n, 7 ft. to cor. No. 12, thence S. dog. 8 rin.
E. 1975. 5ft, to cor. No, in, thenceN.018deg. 45
ain. W. 200. 7 feaetto cor. No, 17 thence N1 40
dee. 10 ain. W. 19, 7 ft. to cor. No. 1 place of
behinning. an area of 110 acres and containing
in all2 8 -100actres of places around and for.
mintag aportionof the unarveaed ownsThip 10.
N. of rane 7 East Montatna Meritdian. The nes.
tionoftlia mine is recorded in thne Reorder's
offices of Cascade and Meaher counties. Adjoin.
lmant are Wm. J. Clark, olaimant for King
and Emperor placers osurvers 217.0 and 2108.
All persona holding adverse claims thereto are
reqaied to present the same before this office
within sixty days from the first day of puoblica
tion hereof, or the will be barredby virtue of
the provisions of the statute.
S.W. AitoNGHOBNE, Iteslatot.
A. G. NELSON. Attorney for Cllatmant.
WALL STREET MINING
OFFICE, HELENA, MINE, ELUSTON
Small Amount of ' reasury Stock for
Sale by T. Gahagan. This Company has
Thiree Claims Developed by Two Tun
nels. Ore in bottom of winze o0 upper
Tunnel Shows 18 Inches and Assays 195
oz of Silver with $8 in Gold. Lower
Tunnel just struck Ore Body. This Stock
Ls being listed on New York Exchange
and is bound to Sell at par of $2 within 0
months. Price, 25c per Share.
SAND COULEE, - MONT.
Leased at reasonable rates for concerts,
balls, celebrations, etc. Has a seating
capacity of about 200.
aison Bror,, Proplf,