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o .!I grsar ItmtvsDAITarn ,.oJ, ..r., Montanar Territory. sases sa medin maner, a oapts r iw in.s h. Rfolths openel a hotel at Johd, s.I towI . nosgma" is rilving after smelting J. ý..etdle ightly howl a requiem -k'!d_ dleeeuoim.* ..... ' b ' t nl ope ti o u. town Saturday. Mr. uPaten made some sure enough olw wthis1week. Dasid Wil.., lon of the Ilidla cattle blersatBeuton. *SGebeury Tooker is spoken of as Mon. The projet ofi, l btg our town wit Ih JUiis ieen abandoned. _ p a solat.e *ob called the BW. Mnwabita s een prnumoted to dry ' adsel ssls th1e Brownstone store. eIts ' of 1Hapitton & Haulett, Chmatrs ultar s,'asin town Saturday. SM ,otfBillings, wants to be eN'.'u'f Lowe, House of the Legis. 1.. . 41.4, The Marth Washbington tea prty net. Aghgrch sen e*sighboborod of q Ag , of Said Conlee, was la 1 Wteeas M t week. Prank Ig raching In the MArphy, Maolg t 'Co. base opened 1 a44"t. Falls, with Mr. Wren -miteu`rl kistd by 01.00 subscriptions c $ zfor the pedestal fund for the Statue t _. ry, of list creek, has post * ý at ljt¶ Jnsatrimjgnal v pture .6eMs itbsuu tleichool has decided Sahave a fhtrlisttaahte for the benefitof I he' etyie at the Is 6ol t evening. Rev. Hun. toeeoklt.r ihat wolves will cause them mueb troubleo ad los among their berds this winter. i .,; .. oipplto o returned to Ultdla -. 'dd will open Stell & Co.'s - oce. Tii hoj ol will meet eaol 8ab. -d'lhli$tely after the morning ser. Yil'-vg : 15 'clook. Work he been ppeaded on boith the # . a'6un,$lver Causl company's ooa the winter. J'bpbeaMutiful weather that we are being bli iteSith this fall makes our cattle. mea reuone and feel good. m 'W*e i)f '' urner et al. vs. 8. B. 1li6t al. ls bing tried in the Di. I trlet Court at Helena this term. About the only tnio a ni:a wishes he wds. woman is when lie has to give up his seat to a woman in a street car. 7. ºjj.ves in town Tuesday pur. ehtlUd bhlidl6g matrlal for his new house on his ranch near Engle Rock. JW. Klnasley, who runs the Billings Buue, ip the Grand Master of the A. 0. 1V. J~.q inevda., Utah and Montana. Ioy. W.J. Hunter started yesterday for Chesaut, wiwe purposes holding a protd4S r topgs for a few eveninge. 'h'in wind of last week did considerable damag e I.Band Coulee, blowing down bseny liaeysa ki.and the new school house. lin.iy std the other Sun ltiver sports, who bve been doing the town of Cboteau, returned let week, much refreshed lnan. a eil'ly. a .. Wb8ire else can such weather as we bsve4kpereneed duribgthe past weok be found in America, at this season of the Ilis -aboutltme that some of our enter. prising young folks made a move towards startafg our uandal literary and debating society. . __ ____ Mr. Ed. Dennis, of M.ia & Dennis, propip+lnt CtUotequ stockmen, was in town atdirdisy atteqding the stock association meeusing. Mr, A., Wedsworth and John Morgan, two of Caetop'ln4 oattle kinp, were in as'. Mlad.. imtth.e stock association meeting A "rnt; Courier, of lozemnan, has started in dote folurteenth volume. Men saf boise and men mty go, but Alderson pe*.op. forever. We notice that several of our Demo. cratic friends are wearing new clothes. The results of bets on election, we pre. sumne. D. J. Hogan, of Augusta, president of the Sun River Stock Associltion, was in town Saturdaq to attend the medting of a the associathot, The south side Sun river cattlemen com. plain of half.breeds and others living in Sullivan valoey and on the Dearborn, kill. Ing thelr cattle. S r. John tdeviue attended the Thanks. gl.Ing bell it, Choteau, and reports in ea. cellehn tline.-The management sold about s natvy.flve tickets. We learn that Mr. Steell will, In all plobbiillity, be able to pay of all the in. debtedntss against his firm and resume btiasinse at an early day. The "neck tie" parties in vogue at Mis. soula should not be confounded with the parties of the same name Indulged In by the Musselshell cowboys. R. Ralston, 8. C. Burd, Samuel Mitchel and several other prominent stockmen of Cthoteu were In town on Saturday attend. lqg the ssuoltion meeting. Mr. I. 8. Corson hab moved from the Morgan house, whihob be has occupied during the last few months, to Mr. Mar. ray's house on Berkly avenue. A Miss Quinlan, who had just returned from a visit to Montana, recently commit. ted suicide In Galena, Ill. Poor girl; the change of climate and society was too abrupt. A begro gentleman remarks: "I'se sort ob a'plclous obde preacher what pretends tar despise riche; an' den tries ter tempt people Inter Heaben by tellin' 'em dat de streets sm paved wid goll, ash I" Mr. Joe Cottrell, our efficient caterer I and restaurant man, was at Choteau on Thankagiving In attendance at the grand a ball given by the youth and beauty of that fresh young city. A steer belonging to some team is in the habit of chasing the school children, es peelally the little girls. The owner of the animal should look after him before he does some one an injury. Constable Woods has been looking for a mse who broke Into Will Ford's house 1 at Shergold a short time ago and stole a watch and P80 In money. Mr. Woods did not fnd his man and returned Tuesday. t It is said that Oscar Wilde writes all I his poems on an empty stomach. The A questions we are moved to ask are these: On whose stomach does he write, and why I don,t lie use common English stationery I Why, nlodeed I A young man named Anton Warning was killed near Choteau, on the 18th nit., by a tree falling upon him. The partieu. lsar of the case are rvery sad, as commun. Icated by our Choteau correspondent in another column. Judge Tlppincottcameover from llidla tl last Thursday and hasbeen shaking hands c with his friends in this city and waiting I for instructions from Helegp, ordering the 1, opening of the Ulidla store which has v been closed since George Steell & Co.'s failure. tl Several railroad -men were arrested at a Bl41fngs for illegal voting, and from their n sworn statements it would seem that the railroa4 authorities ran a train up and d down the road, taking on board all work. men and Inducing as many as possible to P vote at thb dlfferent polling places as they b passed along the road. ce ti George Hornback started for the Sand bi Coulee coal mines last week, but found It Impossible to cross the Missourl at the mouth of Sun river, as the ferry had stop. b pod running on account of slush cle. He will wait now until Jack Frost builds an Ice bridge across the river before hauling more coal. A friend dropped Into our sanctum the Il other day and volunteered the Informs a tlon that 81tting Bull's real name is ci Tattankabpotanka. But we have conclu. ded to call the old fraud just plain S. Bull ci out of compassion for the type.atickers who are wearing their young lives away at our cases. Mr. Al. Hamilton returned from Silver City, Northwest Territory, last week, where he has been during the past sum. i mar looking after his mining interests in that section. Mr. II. confidently believes that he ha a good thing and expects to make a snng fortune out of that silver lode. We hope he will. It was a surprise to many members of the stock assoclation that Walker, the su. perintendent of the Montana Cattle Co., was so conspicuously absent, when he knew that the president of the association had called the meeting for the purpose of Inquiring into some alleged illegal brand ing of calves by his men. A reverend gentleman called at the Stls office the other day and In the course of a desultory conversation said, "You news. paper men must have queer views of things. You never go to church; you are always looking on and never taking part n anythling. I suppose now your idea of the day of judgment is that you will have a table at one side and report the pro. ceedings for your paper." a The Stock Association at their meeting a here on Satur'ay exonerated George Bar. ron, foreman for the Montana Cattle Co., from any intention of wrong doing in the branding of calves belonging to other g parties with the company's brand. If there were any mistakes made the association believed it was on account of the cattle not having shed off their old hair at the time, and that thie cattle branded got into n George's herd without llis knowledge, and he supposlug that all the cattle in the , herd belonged to his company, branded all the calves without cutting them out g with first their mothers. Mr. Patten, our genaul butcher, had it s little diffilculty with a dude soldier on a 'Thanksgiving day. It appears that the n soldier wished to appropriate Mr. Patten's horsi', for the purpose of riding to Shaw. Sto whichlb Mr. Patten objected. Regardless 1. of Mr. Patten's request that he should :. leave the horse alone, lhe mounted him paend rode sway, followed by several bel. ,f lets from the slaughter.house revolver In a the hand of Irate Patten. Fortunately, .r f unfortunately, as the case may be, none of the ballets took effect. The horse wet recovered next day at the Fort, and the soldier rests in durance vile. The other day a prominent Republican and an equally prominent Democrat were sitting on the hitching beam in front of Steell & Co.'s store talklifg about the re. sult of the late election. "We've got you this time," crowed the Cleveland man. "It was a mighty close shave, though," said the Blaine party. "It was plenty to go around." "That's true, but now that it is all over, don'tyou really think Blaine was right?" "No, by G-d, I don't." "Why r' "Because he got left, d-n itl" An agent for Bancroft's History of the Pacide States and Territories paid our town a visit about a month ago and took some few orders for Montana and Idaho histories. Among those who oldered the above two was Mr. John Devine, who agreed to pay Are dollam for the books. Last Saturday he received by mall four. teen volumes of histories of different States and Territories, and a bill for up. ward of eighty dollars. Mr. Devine did not order the books and is naturally isbo. tile at the agent and all concerned. It is evident that the same game is being play. ed on our people here as waswas on the peo. ple of Gallatin valley this summer. We have not learned how the matter was set. tied by them, but believe that they are going to law about it. It Is hardly prob. I able that oancroft is in any way to blame, but that the rageot have been playing a sharp game with the people is obvious; and it is also safe to assert that the agent will not make much from his roruery, as Montanians as a rule don't take kindly to being robbed when they are aware of it. Sad Death of Anton Warning in the d Mountains near Chotean. a CEOTEAU, M. T., Nov. 0. Editor Sim Rivan Sun: Anton Warning, who left bohere on the a 18th inst. for the mountains to get out a some logs for his hay ranch, wes found I dead under a fallen tree near the head of the south fork of the Muddy on Thanks. giving day by Abel McKnight and Vitall Amarr of this place, who, alarmed by his I long absence, had gone out to search for b him. Warnlng's dog was sitting on the I body with a note asking for help tied r around its neck. Warning, evidently, had a not succeeded in driving the dog away A from him. The remains were brought to h town and a coroner's jury impanelled, a which found that deceased had come to r his death .accidentally. lHe was buried il here yesterday. The following note, writ. a ten by Warning in hbls diary, indicates 5 that he met with the accident which cost him his life on Monday night, the 17th inst. lie must have died very short ly after writing this note, as his Injuries were most severe: "This memmorandum is to certify that the undersigned met with an accident here as follows: On Monday night, being last n night, I heard a crash, and by the time t that I was fairly awake a fir tree came a down on me, striking me about the abdo. " men and thighs, leaving my legs entirely I powerless and also without any feeling, a but I have severe pain in the abdomen, t causing me to think that there is a rup. e ture, and also a considerable pain in the breast, and especially in the spine, so that I am unable to rise to a sitting posture, a or turn in my bed. I have to lie on my back constantly; I am constantly shaking, I which I think is caused by the pain. If somebody don't come to the rescue pretty a soon 1 expect I am done for this world. "I sent a note tied in a faded blue silk Landkerchief, but the chances are that I'll C not be able to make him (the dog).leave ' camp. "lHoping forgiveness of all the world, I conclude by signing,myself (Signed) Arrox WAanxio, Old Agency, Montana. Janesville, Wis., the address of my sis. ter Anna." Waraning was about 2~4 yen~s of age at the time of hbls deutl, and well liked by -il who knew hhn, for hisquiet, unassum. lug mannern, lis iudustrious hatilta anda his strict Iltegrity. He came here about syear ago from Miles City,and hls fathier and sister reside at Janesville, Wia. E. C.G. Finding of the coroner's jury in the case of Anton Warning: TzanITOInt or MONTANA,) County of Choteau. s. An inquisition holdenat Choteau, in the county of Choteau, ). T., on the 28th day of November, 1884, before me, Herbert Smith, Justice of the Peace, and acting Coroner of said county, upon the body of Anton Warning, there lying dead, by the jurors whose names are hereuntosub. scribed. The said jurors, upon their oaths, do say that the mid Anton Warning came to his death accidentally by a tree falling across lis abdomen and thighs, breaking both bones. Jonu JACKSON, Foreman. D J. BURNETT, FRANK FARMER, JAcoU S.IIITr, SAM C BUrn, WM. It. IIA.sTON. .--- *--..- .. A Card. SUN l VEMl, Mont., Dec. 1, 1884. At a meeting held this day by the Meth. odist Chnrch Building Committee it was decided to push the church forward to completion; sand we earnestly request and urge the subscribers to pay their subscrip tions to the Reverend Mr. Huntor, our treasurer, with as little delay as possible. We are in need of money beyond the amount now subscribed to pay off the in. debtednes and for further work, and do earnestly ask that others mny come for. ward and aid us in this work. J, B. NEWiAN, (de4.tt) for Building Commlttee. i halding Crows. 8 The Crow Indians are again raldlngthe a Musselshell and Judith o9entriel Last I* Monday a band of them made their ap. * pearance at Cottonwood, and, probably as ea memento of their invasion of the white k. han's doastina, drofi of a number of i horsec When the Indian agent of the Crow reservation fnds a white man on the reservation he hu him put under arrems and confiscates all his personal efects. On the other hand these wards of Uncle Sam are not only allowed to leave their reserve in bands and wander aimlessly over the public domain, but commit dep. redations th.Mwould entitle a white man to stretch bemp, when poor Lo when cap. tured ip escorted back to his donated homestead, by a military guard. "Ignor. anee of wrong.dcdng" is thq cry of the way-down.east Indian Christianizer, but a little of the same kind of medicine that the pale face has to take for his misde. meanor would make Lo a much wiser and better being. As wards of the Govern. ment they ought to be made to respect the rights of the people that compose the Government, as well as stay within the limits of their resrves.-God knows they are i.rge e.,u.-Maiden Argus. --0---- The Twin Industries. The following interesting commingly of the fact 'and fancy is taken from a let. tar descriptive of Montana: "Cattle nras. lag Is the chief vocation in Montana and the neighboring Territories, but cattle stealing Is a vocation not far behind it. And the curious part of it is that there is no region in the world where horse and cattle stealing is attended with greater dangers. Detection is followed by cer. tain death. The life of a horse or cow thief in that rude country Is not worth the price of 20 feet of inch rope. There is very little judicial law in Montana, but there is a good deal of concrete justice, which, perhaps, is quite as good. It is stated that 50 stock thieves have been t lynched in the territory in the last six months. Seven were banged ia a group in one spot at one time a few weeks ago. And yet, in spite of the summary way of dealing with the thieves, the stealing bus. nose continues to flourish. It extends over areas hundreds of miles in extent; from Upper California to the British line, and from Oregon to the Missouri river, a and it is estimated that several hundred person are engaged in it." -0--- A Fatal Cut. Mr.Edmund Brossard, who was hewing lop a short distance south of the Dear. born, last Thursday, accidentally struck a glancing lick which took effect in his right foot, causing an ugly gash about eight Inches In length. Before the flow of blood could be checked he became so weak that be expired at 5 r a. m. Friday. The deceased was highly ' respected by all who know him. lie ' leaves a loving wife and two children to mourn his loss. The funeral took place at 1:80 p. m. Saturday. AUGUSTA GLEANINGS. A well fed pig rose up In his sty And dropped a regretful tear; The beautiful snow bus come, he said, And slaying will smon be here. Augusta. Is deserted since the turkey match. The residents took to the moon. tains after the first shot. The age of mir. acles has not yet passed, as Tug Wilson secured a turkey after firing one hundred and seven shots. Shoocat Every says that a bullet never hits in the samte place twice, which must'be true, as Tug hit ev. erythling from Florence to Cecil before he "got thar Ell." Tilhe Thanksgiving ball was a success, notwithstanling the numerous obstucles thrown in the way by the would.be "up. per ten." Thile committee deserve great praise for their untiring efforts. I must not forget mine host Wiegand or his of. ficieut assistants. The Augusta House done Itself justice. The viands were first. class-in fact, eoverything was in apple.pie order. Business Is good, and it Is not an un. common sight to see people that live in a larger polling district than this, outtitting at our store of stores. It is no wonder that Philip Augusta, our future mayor, wears that perpetual 7x9 smile. What is the matter with R. E. Porter? Have the mail horses had another surprise feed of oats, or did the projectors lose zeal in that little town of hisa Ye gods and little fishest why should such geulus be wasted on the desert air of Montana I Take the Chinamnan's advice and go east; go where your talent will be appreciated. Porter, take a friend's advice and never jump on a man because he Is down. You have had enough to say about that little racket-an ample sufliciency. Take a tumble to yourself and drop it. You are inot the only one that has at finger in the pie. The hol pollol had better let go or there will be a regular trotting out match next week, steel traces and raw-hlde reins. Little children, do you tumble ? Tile Vox Popull Social Club will have its initial meeting December 10th. NEtEISms. CIOTEAU CIIT-CIIAT. Fry & Hull are building a saloon at the crossing of the Huddy. It seems to take a heap of whisky to civilize Northern Montana. At a dance at Cihouquette's Frliday ight Antoine Chouquette, a deaf mute, coln. monly known as "l)umby," hit his father on the head with a club, infllctltg serious and perhaps fatal injuries. "Dumby" was arrested and will probably go to Deer Lodge. Our Thanksgiving ball was an immense affair. Quite a nunber of Sun itiverpeo. pie were in attendance. Al, Hamilton returned home from Brit ish soil on Thanksgiving day, int time to partake of the nationmi bird. lie brings favorable reports of the mines at Silver City. II. DO.NAIue, Notice, Notice is hereby given to all members of the I. 0. 0. F., or the K, of P. to coml. mulnicate with me by letter or in person within two month. from date, fcor the pur. pose of organizing a lodge of the above named orders In the town of Choteau, Chotean county, N. T. SOL. Cosli Strayed or Stolen. One bay horse, about 106 hands high, branded U. 8. on left shoulder, a little white on right hind foot above fetlock; dragp same foot In trotting or loping, hut not In walking; tall cut square. Ten dol. lars reward will be paid to anyone return ing the same to Anos.at lomasoln, [dedi.t] Fort Shaw, N. T. SPECIAL NOTICES. TAKE NOTICE. r tug 9nete .to the lion Ran umt moreu Montaaar s ote.+he g.ank peatea ýet!,mnr5/ toa a our splt at noa ,,m JOHN T. ATTETn, As.nt. Dissolution Notice. Notle is hereb ivan that hsretofore eztt llne between John WIYmDn+. Chote , eonn m tlpt. cn, siMn. rntI etd nb"nr in mbt.euetreiDW A I . TAKEN UP. Coame to. mT., Dnoh embw 1, K , quoeltd to pruov p "ro asay.y r d take LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE. that I tfhe3.O b!. oII. rofTI O . tract y her mya DWAD DIXNIE M. IL. . STARAY HORE. Noticeof Final Entry. L A N.D P r l o A T H a r a nA , aT . -lOnc id r o.. vshanitl- th. fon b.mle wil. Came to my frnch September hist, aa tnod wr o teU. .Lnd01 hmae Hom nNo. 14aad gb white str in about YO poan ofs; w4 n le sho ae w re bame thoe folld at top. to owneprove his i quetid nto pra property yrmr alb Fallnd ta away. OLIK BL O.S Of h l,, Me ro all , of tee. iaonsn, that we t r.I Notice of Final Entry, i ranomen of A ounty, forbi any., oombor L. STHONO -JOTIC . s Itheb liven thaot the following. gnamed ittl bIba tiled notiea of hle liten. tiestomake fiproos.nro in aipo.rt of his clhim, a and that said proof will e . m bleotfore ai E. .dlater and tlec .r or the I.o lat.d ean t "'-ea, T .on T.oJnar nu r. t 10, iM doh ..o mrd.wo lomeomrtead appiaotlon No. 118fo tseaw spl st sw, ltp n nor r ndw. Ie names tho following wltnesses to prove his contiuous reidtcmoe upon. and anlttvatono of Notice of Final Entry. LAD Ono. ADI LNaO, OT.,01. Notice of Final Entry. LAND Olron AT rNLNxA, M. T., November 10,1684 NOTICmIs the.r by lgiven that tio eow s. amed tlr ic Lednotae m its ntlo to make final roof in nsupiort of hi claim, ar.d that aidd roo will b e m e before the ie oaitr whI made omestead applition No. e for tie n'4 nw't sut nw! see 6 otwli aswi ee 24 tp IIe names the following witmeeses to prove his ontisaid land. Tie: 8auolt, Brd. Nd llh Fellows, and Josph How 1d. of C;itu,,and Mea. thw rroll, of eeRitr. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. LAND Olrvlc AT HILLINA, I November 10, 884f N otlce is hereby given that the followin· named settler hs filed notice of his inention "to mrks finalpron suport of hits cion, and that soid proof will be o hefore the Hlilenr and UI. oiveor of the U. K. Land Ofice at Helrna, i. T.. on Januar 8. ,8I, vi.: dlmnsl Bard, who made metud .rppl cation No. 196 forthe nw'j noei na'" nw*,i sw nw'., seeo t. I 24, n of r 6 w. lIe namia thti followingr wlmt.'eeto prove his continuous res.ldenoc uon, and cultivatlon of old land, vi: Samuel Cl. luarl, Joseph owarcd end Frunk enrmer, of (Chotu,20,M T., sad Mat. thew CarroUl, of Hele na . v. ADKINSON, Register. Noiice of Final Entry. LAND OF9 AT INglSNA M. T. novmberu 2,1844. NOTIC se tl the olowing tion to flako.a ina proof in eupport of hli cl lim, and that old IIrof vwill homdne before ,oln )(alhr, sooltaq ahllrt Sun nirer, M. T.. on lnutiw'y 2, r, ¥ David 1. Churhlll, wiho ned.Hom etead application Nio. r0 for lots rj antdltt norl' aer ow', soc 4, lots e and 6, seo He onmeo the followlng witeucrse to p vrve her ront,e. ,us residence upon and tvatia of aid laud, ydvia" sobort qugln, Wiliam . R ioegr, William Ut end Nielrola . Olentall of 8n River., F. ADKITON', Regiter NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY, LAND OFFiCE AT IHILrNA, MowT. . October 41884. I No T~IC , is hereby lvn that tihe hdoUow !fr.I • -nume d ettler haw filed notie of his intetio n to make oal proof In support of his o im. and that soid proof will ho made hbeforeJ. A. Har ri., Justice of the Peace of Meeherto ptl M T.. on November 29, 18814. vi . War. ran DeComp who nade proemption DS No. 4808 for the es eul.4 and lots 7 & 8, ea 17, tp 17 n ot r SHe name the following witneses to prove hie continuouu residence upon, and cultlvtion of sold Iandl, via: Charlee 'ripiett Jeckseon Aus. tin, William Cutes and William * Strong, all of Ulidia, .. T. F ADKINSO, Regitr, Jno. W Eddr, Att'r, Notice of Final Entry LAND OfFI0 AT HL LNA, MONT.,, NO'ICE i hereby given that the followi named settler )lin Mist notice of Ils intentjI to snake final ro ot in sup nort of his eluim and that slid p~ro o,..w ll be m adle before 1 . . elte.. a Notar l'uhlte in and for aewc and Cars cou~ny, l1. T.. at Haet Itlver MT,, on Deom. 1, 181, via: ALFiiIIFl) , AiLlliON, who mode pre.emption D. S. No. 5883 for tihe onH eel and 11½ no' sr, ., tpm _ B)n or ru tw H n aes tin following witnes.es to prove his Ountinuouselsi'ilonoe upon and cultivation of said lend viz: William II lernarS, ileraelhe It Nett, William K Fhowormue and Blenoine 1teU1, all a? tuntliverj,.T. r. APKPIPOU,1 Wow.ev HELENA ADVFV*T1SE)ENTS 7 SANDS BROTHERS Dry Goods, Suits, Wraps, Ca WA.L d.:- PAPER We Guarantee all goods sold lower than elsal Special Bargains Every Week. Ianlls liet 01 ippllcathl . Sands Orden tfrm the enary wll rn ev pmpt ettealn . New Store! . New G New Prices! JULIUS HIRSHBERG, DEALER IN Clothing, Gents' Furnishing G BOOTS & SHOES,0HATS & CAPS, And.everything found in a First Class Clothing Establishment, .-lease call and examine goods and prices, Ope"''.i"tLa,.I JnULIUS .HIRSHBE Montana National Ban Having assumed control of the stock of goods formerly owned by the firm of GEO. STEELL & C0 Are now offering GREAT REDUCTIONS In prices in NEW AND FRESH GOOD Are now arriving daily, and patrons will find a full sad compldW stook to solect from. CUSTOMERS! Will find, as heretofore, a full stock of General Merehandis, sloch M Dry Goods, Groceries, Clot hin Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, FurnishinUS Hardware, Implements, Drugs, E1c We would be pleaised to soe all the formor patroma of the stort d nssuro them Fair Dealing and Low Prices. JNO. T. AT.ETH , ,Aget,