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C. P. THOMSON,
Iry Goods an Shoes
SINGER SEWING MACHINES
AGENT FOR BUTTERICK'S
Masonic block, Central avenue.
The LEADER is still in the lead.
Fourth of July is drawing nigh.
Were you in the hail storm Monday
Contractors and builders in Great Falls|
appear to be busy.
We want subscribers, and subscribers
will want the paper.
The steamer Fern will make another
excursion trip next Sunday.
Subscribers for the LEADER are send
ing in their names right along.
The battle cry of the republican party
is "V. V. V.," vim, vigor and victory.
If you want to be healthy, wealthy and
wise, come to Great Falls and advertise.
Wm. Albrecht is still unable to attend
to business on account of his recent ill
Messrs. Asbby & Co. are making heavy
shipments of agricultural implements as
Would it not be well for some capital
ists to erect an opera house in this grow
ing city ?
P. P. Shelby, general manager of the
Montana Central railroad was in town
Mr. Fiskt of the Helena Herald, paid
us a visit this week, as well as the LEADER
See the No. 2 Globe lamp; phenominal
light. Two enough for any store. At
The report that President Cleveland
had been assasinated created some excite
The ball which was to be given this
week for the benefit of the band, has
Undoubtedly the wet weather is to us a
blessing in disguise, for the crops will be
Rev. H. E. Clewes is making arrange
ments to build an Episcopal chapel on
Third avenue north.
Messrs. Barnes & Collett have already
disposed of about 70 lots in their new ad
dition to Great Falls.
The school children will give an enter
tainment next week. Their exhibition
should be well attended.
This week has been a muddy one even
for Great Falls. Additional sidewalks
here would be very useful.
Mrs. L. G. Phelps, wife of the cashier
of the First National bank, returned yes
terday from an eastern trip.
•Mr. Corson, editor ef the Rising Sun,
Sun River, was in town the latter part of
last week and the first of this.
Mrs. Fairfield expects to move her
millinery establishment into the Collins'
building the fore part of next week.
We learn that burglars are prowling
around Helena, and in some instances
have entered and plundered residences.
Un to going to Dress this morning there
is no further report from the con
vention than that given in our columns.
The Rocky Mountain Telegraph com
pany now have the only direct line to
Helena, Butte, and intermediate points.
The wife and child of Mr Phelps, cash
ier of the First National bank, arrived
Thursday night from a visit to Minnesota.
Phil Gibson's building will be ready
for occupancy about the 1st of July.
One half ot the building will be for rent.
It is hardly necessary to say that the
developments at the Chicago convention
have been eagerly looked for by many
Hon. E. A. Beach, of Augusta, is spend
ing a few days in Great Falls, and will
send his wool to the Great Falls ware
Attention is called to Mr. Tyler's adver
tisement. Any one wishing to rent a
house will do well to see him at the Park
The half lot of Samuel Kohlberg, on
Central avenue, was sold to Mr. Thomsen
of Philadelphia. The lot is finely located
and a bargain.
A sidewalk on Third avenue south is
being built from the Milwaukee House
to connect with the sidewalk leading to
the post office.
The LEADER'S headquarters are in the
Rocky Mountain Telegraph Co's office,
between Park Drive and Second street on
Mr. Nathan our clothier, is busy as
usual. Mr. Nathan is an enterprising
business man and his interest min Great
Falls is apparent.
The west-bound train on the Manitoba
now reaches here at 15 minutes to 9 in
the morning, and leaves for the east at
5 in the afternoon.
Messrs. Albrecht & Co., have received
.another carload of furniture, but the
same has not yet been unloaded owing to
the inclement weather.
Messrs. Ringwald & Carrier are selling
in Great Falls all kinds of American
watches as cheap as they are sold at any
other place in the United States.
Last Sunday the little steamer Fern
made an excursion trip up the river about
fourteen miles. A brass band furnished
lmusic for a couple dozen passengers.
A large pane of glas in the front of
Hanks & McClelland's office was broken
yesterday afternoon, but it was not done
by the thunder of a democrat's speech.
"The rich man eats venison because it
is deer, and the poor man mutton because
it is sheep." Can any person tell why
the people in Great Falls eat tough beef
Mr. C. T. Day recently shipped three
carloads of lumber. He has on hand a
thousand round fir fence posts for sale,
and a consignment of five carloads of
Mr. Phil Gibson reports the status of
the insurance business in a healthy con
dition. Messrs. Hanks & McClelland
also say they are doing a good business
in that line.
Messrs. Waite & Fullerton are moving
into their new quarters. They will carry
in stock a large line of furniture, and
will be ready by next Monday to wait on
Did you read how a man could become
his own grandfather? Now, it is only
through some such peculiar set of cir
cumstances that our next president can
be a democr.at.
The electric light works are being
pushed along and it will not be many
days before the electric light will be put
into all of our business houses and many
It is reported that H. Marcotte received
an injury in the head yesterday after
noon. An irate person threw a cigar
lighter, and the cigar lighter struck Mr.
Marcotte on the head.
The man who first said that the scenery
in the vicinity of Great Falls is pictur
esque, was he who first uttered a truth
that can be verified by a trip along the
river, and a look about.
Mr. E. t. Pierce, representing the Fer
gus Falls Journal, Fergus Falls, Minne
sota, called at this office. Mr. Pierce is
out in this country for the purpose of
giving it a general write-up.
Great Falls has a Jobbing clothing
house now occupying A. Nathan's
building next to the Bank of Great Falls,
on Central avenue. They have an im
mense stock of clothing on hand.
A case of mayhem took place Wednes
day night in Mr. Willis saloon. Both
parties were badly disfigured, their lips
being chewed and bitten so they were
placed under the physicians charge.
Mrs. Wellington, who has been stopping
at the Milwaukee house, expects to open
up a first-class boarding house as soon as
the building which is now in course
of construction will be ready to be occu
By referring to the list of the names of
parties stopping at the Park Hotel,.you
will note that the large cities in the
United States are pretty well represented.
The people in the east have heard of
By the mistake of the printers the pro
fessional card of C. H. Benton was omit
ted last week. Mr. Benton is one of the
leading lawyers here, and all who have
need of services in his line will do well
to give him a call.
The county fathers were in extra ses
sion; it is thought they will purchase a
lot in the south part of town and put up
a jail 25x40 feet, and when the new court
house is built they will remove the iron
cages and sell the old place.
The entioing game of billiards has had
many votaries in the Park hotel ulmiard
rooms during the inclement weather this
week, and the way some of the boys han
dle the cue leads a person to believe that
they have not been recently initiated.
Northern Pacific Railroad company for
the apprehension of the train robbers
who recently went through a Northern
Pacific passenger train near Billings and
terrorized and robbed the passengers.
Thurston's salutatory as temporary
chairman of the Chicago republican con
vention was a grand production of
rhetoric and oratory, philosophy and
wisdom. Nebraska is justly proud of her
learned lawyer and overwhelming orator.
An auction sale last Thursday afternoon
on Second avenue south was the means
of collecting quite a crowd; the antics of
a drunken man diverted the attention of
the crowd for a time, until he was made
to shut up his mouth and cease his racket
by an officer of the law.
The Montana Central telegraph lines
have been moved into the office of the
Rocky Mountain Telegraph company.
This gives the Rocky Mountain company
two lines to Helensa, and places them in
position to. handle businnes to and from
all points east and west.
The wedding of Charles Turner of
Box Elder, and Miss Ella Kennedy, sister
of Will J. Kennedy, occurred at the resi
dence of E. R. Clingan, Belt, Thursday
evening last. Rev. Van Orsdale officiated.
A happy time was undoubtedly had by
those who were present.
A short time ago attention was called
by the Tribune to the fact that there was
a dilapidated building on First avenue
South that ought to be taken down or re
constructed. The building is still stand
ing, and we fully concur with the senti
ments of our contemporary.
Testimony in the land contest case of
H. Chandler against E. Capen is being
taken this week before J. W. Stanton,
notary public. W. H. Race Esq. repre
sents Mr. Chandler, and S. C. Edgerton
Esq. appears for Mr. Capen. The evi
dence is said to be conflicting.
Some time there will be a fire in this
town, the bell will ring, and the people
will not heed its warning tones. You
have heard of the boy who ihallooed,
"wolves! wolves!" and frightened his
father? One day the wolves came, the
boy hallooed without avail and perishes.
A subscription list has been circulated
around town for the purpose of raising
money with which to have a patriotic
demonstration on the Fourth +)f July.
We have not learned the amount sub
scribed. However we trust that Great
Falls will not be slumbering onthat day.
The whole gang of train robbers, who
recently plied their nefarious trade, on a
Northern Pacific passenger train near
Billings, ought soon to be captured, if the
report is true that so many are searching
for them. At this age of steam, such an
occurrence is an outrage and an insult t.
We once knew a venerable and pious
man, who hath said: "Verily, verily, I
sty unto you, blessed is he who sits upon
the point of a pin, for he shall rise." It
would be well lor some of the democrats
to take this advice, for we are unable to
see any other way in which they may
rise, or received as appoint-ment.
The time is coming when Great Falls
will have great factories, her streets pav
ed, her electric lights and all the reqni
sites for a large city. The Missouri river tl
with its mighty strength will be the peo- F
ple's servant; massive, ponderous machin- I
ery will be running day and night, and I
this prognostication will have been ex
Time is precious, it should not be
wasted; a person should always be in i'
position to tell the time of day. Now, It b
would appear, that the only way some
men have of telling the time is by their b
nose; but, of course, they can do that
only when it is running. Go to Messrs.
Ringwald & Carrier's jewelry store and 1
buy a watch. b
John Bean, the able stenographer and
distinguished attorney, left to en for Hel- s
ena last Sunday. Mr. Bean astonished
the other members of the bar here by his b
skillful handling of criminal cases and 1
fervid eloquence. His specials to the E
Helena papers show that Mr. Bean is a
clever correspondent in addition to his
other good qualities. a
It is reported that Judge Murphy of c
Cascade has resigned. lie sent a char
acteristic letter to the county commis- I
sioners in which he alludes pathetically e
to his enormous salary and sarcastically t
to the county attorney. It is thought
that jealousy on account of his bearing t
away the honors at the democratic pow- a
wow is the cause of the rupture.
Mr. Matthew Dunn has recently bought
the lot east of the Minot building, one
half of H. O. Chowen and one half of e
Thos. Fairfax, and will immediately erect
a two-story and basement building. Mr.
Thos. Gear has the contract for excavat
ing. The building will be fifty feet wide
and 100 feet in length. Mr. Dunn may (
conclude to put an additional story and S
use the upper part for an opera house; tl
which would be a paying investment. a
If our recent comment on the Sun f
River affair has in any way affected the f
respectability of the citizens of Sun a
River, we deem it a duty we owe them 1l
and ourselves to apologize, assuring them (
with due comity that the sentiment was a
only necessary to meet the demands of
moral rourage. We reiterate, if the evil
e1 c: uid not grow out of bad associa- f
tions, and the crime was not fostered by 1
local contaminations, reasoning from t
cause to effect, then surely no odium h
should hang over the head of Sun Rivei's t
esteemed citizens. 1
The following guests are at the Mil
waukee house: James Kenny, Ashland;
B. Clark, Hunters; J. R. Parodin, Drum.
mond; Matt. Dunn, Sidney Hackes, Hel
ena; J. Davis, J. Falk, Portland; Th.
Wallace, Helena; John Johnson, Shonkin:
J. Stable and wife, Bozeman; B. Jones. 1
Helena; A. T. Cameron, Duluth; Ira
ingraham, Sun River; A. T. Wilcox, Har
rold, D. T.; Geo. Mayne, Seattle, W. T.; s
J. W. Gilbay, Minot; C. W. Mahn, Fort d
Dodge, Iowa; J. H. Evans, Sand Coulee; a
Robt. Vaughn, Sun River; John Smith, y
Ulm, Mont.; Mr. Donald, Neihart; T. L.
Keller, Aberdeen, Dak.; W. F. Arthur,
Mrs. M. Adams, Miss M. Adams, Grand 1
Mr. Chas. T. Day, who is the sole agent
for the Cushman Telephone and Service
company for the territories of Montana, N
Idaho and Washington, and the states of
California and Oregon, has sold tele- t
phones for the Sun River and Choteau t
line, and has also contracted to put up a
telephone for Phil Gibson between his
office and house; The instrument is now
used in the east and is meeting with ouo
cess. In many places the Bell telephone I
has been replaced by the Cushman. I
There are a number of these instruments
now in use in this territory. One of the
best features of the instrument is that I
parties can buy it outright, thereby say 1
ing the expense of royalty. Any parties
wishing private lines will do well to ad
dress Mr. Day.
one must be convinced that no other ter
ritory in the United States, or any land
under the sun promises so much to the
poor man seeking a home, or to the cap
italists seeking for profitable investments
as the territory of Montana. And for a
healthful climate and pure air, for rich
and productive soil, for illimitable pasture
fields, where the grass is perennial, for
unnumbered mines of the precious and
useful metals and minerals, for inexhaus
tible supplies of lumber and coal, for in
numerable streams of the purest water
fresh from never-failing fountain springs,
and abcve all, where all can be secured at
first cost by one's own honest labor.
Where is there another such a country?
There is none on the face of the globe.
The following are guests at the Park
Hotel: Chas. J. Best, Helena; It P.
Elliott, St. Paul; E. B. Largent, Miss
Ella Largent, Sun River; J. Murta, Hel
ena; Capt. Thos. Couch, C. X. Larrabee,
Butte; J. Vivian, J. W. E. Winn, Belt
Creek; A. W. Ford, Kibbey; J. M. Camp
bell, Cora, Chas. McKelvey, Fort Shaw;
F. B. Pash, Belt; Miss M. E. Lynch,
Benton; M. D. Cooper, Choteau; T. J.
Vivian, Lewiston; Alex. Wright, Assina
boine; D. T. HIaskett, Chicago; W. A.
Irwin, A. W. Fox, P. P. Shelby, W. P. P.
St. Claire, Helena; Louis Bergeron, Rim
inni; E. M. Lisk, Helena; T. H. Putnam,
Boston; P. E. Enhart, St. Paul; A. W.
Kingsbury, Benton; A. S. Weller, San
Francisco; Irvin Adler, St. Louis; J. E.
Hample, Helena; Wm. Martin, Chicago:
J. Snortz, Mandan; Jno. Webber, Butte;
Riobt. Vaughn, Sun River; E. Beach,
Augusta; B. G. Grant, Butte; L. P. Cum
mock, Kansas City; C. B. Yale, St. Paul;
W. H. Black, Ph. H1. Turnell, Benton;
E. D. Gilbey, St. Paul; Frank L. Sweet,
P. K. Sweet, Brooklyn. New York; J. A.
Harris, Chestnut; Louis Lunke, Minne
apolis; J. H. McLaughlin, Cork, Ireland;
Leland Lyon, Detroit; E. G. Maclay,
Benton; W. H. Punkey, Townsend; B. G.
We learn that a project is on foot to
supply the town with water without wait
ing for the works at the Giant Spring.
The plan is to pump the water directly
from the river, taking it far enough out
to obtain pure water and send it to every
part of the town. Cisterns will probably
be constructed on the principal streets sc
as to furnish sutlicient supply for the
engine in case of fire. We understand a
stock company is formed and the work
will be put in operation in a short time.
Came to my ranch near Rainbow Falls,
one bay mare. 10 years old, branded R
on left hip, and buckskin mare and cost
branded H on left shoulder and VI on
right shoulder. The owner can have
them by proving property and paying
;harges. E. GESKE.
Mr. Lawler has commenced work on
the building near the the corner of
Fourth street and Second avenue south.
It is to be 64x25, with twenty-two rooms.
It is expected that it will be finished by
the 1st of August, at which time Mrs.
Wellington will occupy the building.
Mr. C. T. Grover is putting the finish
ing touches on his two-story building,
between Third and Fourth streets, Third n
avenue south. Mr. Grover intends to put
in the building a stock of groceries.
A little cottage between Second and
Third and Third avenue south has just
been completed. F
Mr. Paris Gibson's house on the north
side is ready to be occupied.
Messrs. Cunningham & Hunt will soon
have completed their new paint shop on
Third avenue south between Third and
In the southern part of the town there
are two new mansard roofs, and several
A drill is at work near the Milwaukee
House, and rumor has it that it is for an
electric light plant; however, the par
ticulars will be forthcoming later. T
Mr. Kern, city engineer, informs us
that there is a company negotiating with
a view to putting in a plant here for the
manufacture of pottery, etc.
Mr. Hull is putting in some fine count
ers and shelving for Mr. Israel in the
Collins' block. He expects to el ect
some cottages soon in the southern part
of the town.
The basement of Murphy, Maclay &
Co.'s new building on Central avenue and
Second street is nearly completed, and
the superstructure will be commenced in
a day or two. This will be of brick, 25
feet wide and 100 feet long with iron
front. Next year it is the design of the
firm to make the whole building three
stories high, fifty feet wide and 100 feet
long. This firm is the pioneer firm In
Great Falls and merits the success it has
The north side of town which has thus
far been kept back by the efforts of the
Townsite company, to build up the por
tion furthest from the water power first,
has commenced to build up. We notice
two one-story-and-a-half frame houses,
10x25 feet, containing five or six rooms,
are being constructed by Joe Jelica on
Seventh street and First avenue north.
Mr. Bush, with Mr. Churchill & Web
ster, has constructed a small residence on
Third avenue north. near Second street.
Robert Vaughn will erect a $10,000
brick building, three stories, on the cor
ner of Second street and First avenue
north, either this fall or early next
spring. A number of other gentlemen
design to put up store buildings on First
avenue north before the first of July next
Mr. Sherrold has put up a comfortable
house on Eighth avenue north, near
Eleventh street, upon a fine location.
We understand that a large number of
men in employ of the Smelting company
will erect dwellings on Ninth and Tenth
avenues north, and morning and evening
trains will be run to and from the reduc
tion works to accommodate these men.
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The Fourth Judicial Dit it C onrt not
last Saturday morning. Sentence was
prbnounced upon several prisoners.
Merrett Havens was sentenced to the
penitentiary for eighteen years and we
learn will not ask for a new trial. It is
understood that he is hugely pleaaed with
getting ofl so cheap. This is the case in
which Mr. O'Dwyer established himself
as judge and jury. Contrary to his opin
ion Magistrate Race bound him over, the
grand jury indicted him, a jury of twelve
men convicted hinm and Judge Bach sen
tenced him. The moral of which would
teach magistrates to first get Mr.
O'Dwyer's opinion on any case and then
decide contrary to it.
James Murray, for grand larceny, got
two years in prison.
Messrs. Vance & Willis were each fined
$10 and costs for keeping a disorderly
The case of the territory against
Broughton, Higsbee & Nelson and Curtis
& Marcotte were continued till the next
Adolph Nelson was fined $10 and costs.
James Hunt was granted a divorce on
the grounds of desertion.
Court met Monday morning pursuant
to an adjournment.
A decree of divorce was granted Mrs.
La Forge on ground of extreme cruelty.
In the case of Thacker & Bond against
Morgan, defendants demurrer was sus
The jury was discharged early in the
week and but little business except hear
ing of demurrers, etc,, has been since
transacted. The court is practically ad
journed till I)eceinber.
The Montana Central.
The Butte people are anticipating a
lively time on Fourth of July, when they
will drive the silver spike on the Mon
tana Central railway, and they expect to
have the Montana Pioneer association
present at the celebration. The comple
tion of this railroad is one of special in
terest to Great Falls, the northern term
inus of the road. It will give us the rich
ores, silver and copper, of Butte and
vicinity. In return we shall give themn
cheap fuel. The railway will give our
sister city cheap freight rates and it will
be a paying road from the start. It is I
probable that the train time will be as
follows, viz.: Leave Great Falls at 9 a. m. .
reach Helena at 1 p. m. and Butte at 4
p. m. East bound train will also leave
Butte at 9 a. m., reach Helena at 12 noon
and Great Falls at 4 p. m. This will allow
our business men to visit Butte, transact
their business, stay over night and return
the next day, anl vice versa. It will
also give the traveler view of the most
picturesque scenery in Montana by day
light. We understand the fast trains I
with dining and drawing-room cars will
be put on next month.
You have heard of Great Falls I presume,
The place that grows like a mushroom;
Where the scenery is grand,
And they have more'n one band,
But for all that it's having no boom.
Great Falls' growth is steady and sure,
To it great wealth will inure.
Town lots are selling,
And two thousand are dwelling,
In the town you should see on ai tour. 1
MURPHY, MACLAY & CO.,
CENTRAL AVENUE, GREAT FALLS, M. T.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO,
Fine Tea and Coffee, Leistikow's Patent Flour, Platt & Washburn's Mascotte Coal 0il,
FAMILY. MINER'S SHEEPMEN AND RANCHER'S
larwre, s sh, Doors al Nails.
Window Glass, Iron Roofing, Giant and Blasting Powder, Caps, Fuse,
Cement, Plaster, Hair, Plain and Tar Building Paper
Stoves and Tinware, Crockery, Glasware
and Miners' Tools.
Tin shop in connection with store. Prompt attention given to mail orders
THE PARK HOTEL,
(Under New Management.)
The Only First-Class House in Fine Billiard-Room and Bar
Great Falls. Stocked with
OFFICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT CHOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Central Avenue and Park Drive.
JULIUS HORST, Proprietor.
Insurance, Loans and Abstracts.
DUNLAP & MITCHELL,
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions.
A Shn:. ,)f Your Patronage Solicited.
Cor. 3d ave. south and 2d st. GREAT FALLS, MONT.
Expert Tonsorial Artist. Park Hotel, Great Falls
to Connection, the Best-Appointed Bath-Rooms in the City.
n i tOn B todwlat er y near the railroad bridge. Ha.
'I hfteen ileautifol Lap Streak Ittots with all the
smoidern improvements. Also a first-class line of Ci
t Fr'l~e l tsdu to call and s(iguretttem. Lemonade and ice water. All are
nerdl"dls invitcd to cull and see Hip. J. D. TAYLOR, Proprietor.
rsn Ias .=l.rn-e-s ; 1t Pi, , I _ __
M7S. J IiES LAWLER'S
Iilli ery Shop.
GREAT SALE OF
Spring --and -- Snmmer - Goods.
TIIE LARGEST STOCK IN
Near Milwaukee House, Great Falls, M. T.
Great Falls Bakery.
BREAD, CAKES AND PIES
Of Every Descripfion.
Third-Street South, between First and Second
N. B. Private Parties and Suppers
C. W. COLE,
Mover of Light
FREIGHT AND BAGGAGE.
Ordere promptly attended to. Prices tena
JAMES H. BAILEY,
FEED AND SALE STABLE,
IIORSES FOR SALE.
First Avenue South, Great Falls
A. F. & A. M.- Stated communications
of Cascade Lodge, No. 14, will Io held
on the second and fourth Saturday
evenings of each month. Visiting
brethren are cordially welcomed.
W. P. BIACHLEY, 14c'y. H. P. IROLFE, W. M.
RAILROAI) TIME-TAB E.
treat Falls lexpress (exceptTuesdlay). 9:25 A. M
Freight (daily) ........................ 3:30 P. 83
aint Paul express (except Friday)... 4:35 P. 11
Freight (daily).......................10:15 A. M
Montana Central Railroad.
DListance. Leave. Arrive.
irent Falls..... 10.0) A. M. 4.) P. M. I
lm ............. 13.4 10.51 3.08
asoado............28 11.37 2.21
:ardy ............. .9 12.01 P. M. 1.
d Canyon .......43.9 12.27 1.32
a ....... ..... 9 1.9 5 12.50
iWol Creek ...... 58.8 1.35 12,25
blitchell's ......... 7.9 2.(1 1 1.51 A. M
lohn's........ ... 76.0 2.3a 11.25
Ilaryoville Juno......0 2.55 11.0s
Iron ............... 89.3 3.24 10.35
Helena ............97.u 4.10 10.) i
C. T. WERNECKE
roceries, Notions, Fruits.
BARGAIN COUNTER GOODS.
Crockery and Lamps,
FRESH CANDIES AND NUTS.
Kennedy's Fancy Biscuits in thirty different
FIISH ING, TACOXL .
Fish, Salt and Fresh. Poultry.
CROWN SEWING MACHINES.
CAMP AND RANCH OUTFITS.
On Central Avenue,
ezxt door to Lapeyre'a Drug store, are the
ESTEY AND CAMP
Parties desiring to
3UY OR RENT A PIANO OR ORGAN
Ihou!d loeave orders with them as they are agents
or Montana, They also keep in stock a fine
MRS. A. B. FAIRFIELD
illinery and Fancy Goods,
W. B. RALEIGH & CO.'S STORE,
Great Falls, Montana.
)elivery wagon makes regular daily
rounds and delivers
3read Free of Charge.
Second stre t South beItween Third and Fourth