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ADVETISI ( jATES. 1 . or.t. . .. . 6.... 10 r 2). $: mini: s . 4. 1. . it "5. 1 55 d S nm ths i . , . i5i. 1. inlu Ss noti 'es in r.'lu ,ng 1atr. i celi in per rlii. busin;-Cs notic,-s 15 toits i):"r line for first in sort,. nit, d i nt, r lia, for each subaequent o insert; o ; -s hinls mat- 'r. SPRAY OF TiHE FAL-,. th D. D. Hall has olur th::nks for late ('hi caigo papers. Murphy, -i:u l:yxv ('o. are doing a rus- fa ing business. The past week has bteen an:thing blut good hay weather. dt Fite machinists are emloxIed arrang inc the machinery in the C:etaract oller so James Gihb, of Sun Hiver, is ma:ing Lhay on his ranch, about six mile's up the valley. Mrs. Teruman. Wildoeko,)f is Iy in at the ca1 point of death. a.t Mr. einick,'s, at tlhe al Leavings. Bon-;- -To 14 ;r. and l rs. Dr. A. G. Lauld, of Sand Co'ulee, iWednesdiay, August 26, a HIolter's a ill a)s hutIt down for a week ca tn ivre the emilllyes a c(hani e to attend the Ileiena f:ir. The first part of this weeik was murky. ra damp a::nd di-:reat!e: somnertine ot of rI the usual order of thing for ,Montna. . :. News from the h nkin state that the no hail storm did 1but little dam:ar e to the it wheait crop and ip-poects of a full crop atr goo, -- - P:ui (tibsoi of Creat Fails ha. ten h aloikt oq memb~er of the ]iver ('Con 'vs-tin E,1v t( ov. I:nauser, which meets in St. Paul on the 3d of ne'xt month. th Ilenr:' Fry has ae:in repaired the front , of his saloon, and it i:s proh:ale that any one (disposed to attep!t. its d(,struction will meet trith an extremely warmn recep tion. The lar:e -la:s, for the front of c(;eo'ge i Itol's tuildin,_ arrived this week, or :,t le] -t the su(o'.sid ,tl::-s, tut wi peh .po ::il!nu 'itiont proived to te about 10 inche' tlh to'o short. 6 ('oo. Unddlin ton! will .hortiy visit iligih- r" wood. I:NIt, )Otter Creek, Shonl:in uiand the ih Judith coulntres. ill the intt(iret of o : F T1'urtnirv. We trust hlie trill meet witi a ni cordial re 'eltion, of L. W. Peck has is:, t ret'urnedl from n s' week's trip to HIelena. IIe sayas he never io thtioi"ht ho 10ve0d (I'reat Falls so de'n', tl until he :cap away fronm it a few days. lie c( :was paoitively I: ~.: ick. t Your attentiin is cal ted to the adver- ti tiSenui'nt of thie Dvine H:totel. Sun Rivr. F The proplrietior..Tht, 1)vint. is too well i and favorallt known th;ro,'._h,'ct this see- p tion to n(-' ::n intriedulctit(n We 1)(etpeak for himt a fair ihare of the patronag;e of the publi. a About a mile up tihe Sun river vallpey from rreant Falls iv, a small lake. not more than half a mile in hcnron mference. whichi is tlhe home of tlhusands and tens of thrmsands of duck. It is a veritable unte:r's ara:lis., anld a popular res crt for the nimro, i of this c(it. The Boston Advertiser says: "The motst marked feature of the market is tie active demand for Territory and Montana wl,,s. I the sales of such agarecaiting over one I million pounds. At the close himihler prices were aske, for oodl round lots of Montana and other Territory wools. t The rustling W. 0. Dexter is busy ogt ting his lumber fr tihe new ferry boat. This will be 'a reat convenience to the 1 people livin^ south of the Sun river, as it will save one toll each way and shortens the distance several miles between (re;:t Falls and Sun River ('rossinc, Fort Staw, Eagle lock and Ulidia. Several gentlemen who have been late lvaaver t1he nnlLntlry between Belt cr.eek and Deep creek express themselves na greatly pleased with the land. Thee say they have not seen so rich soil a:nd abun dance of crass anywhere in Dakota. and state their belief that will lbe only a few I years before this portion of the Territory c will be idotted with wheat fields and sheep ranches. A citizen of lliIhwood estimates that there are about one thousand acres of i wheat sown on the HIighwood. Hie says the people there are deeply interested in p the Great Falls mill. They can get to the Falls in about the same distance as to Port Benton and find good crass and plen ty of water on the way and have no fer -ilae to nly. lie says the farmers will a buy a larg, amount of goods at Great i tils. provided plices are reasonable. a Anyonee kn ing tie whereabouts of I: Frederick W. 3I. Phelps, or F. W1. Miller, or Frank M3iller, should address his rela- a tives, Mrs. M. 3M. Phelps, Chicago, Ill., or Mrs. E. Phelps. Lowell, Lake county. Indiana. When last heard from he was at Hunter's HIot Sprineis, Gallatin county. Hle was known byl the name of Miller at o or near Sun River. Considerable proper- F ty awaits him or heirs, bequeathed by his t father. 1 Those who believe that all timber claims are fraudulent should pay a visit to W. E. Frederick's timber claim on k Box Elder creek and take a back seat. ' Mr. Frederick has seven thousand trees c set out or sown ttis spring, every one of o which it from two to four feet high and t, in a thrifty condition. They consist of Box Elder, Locust, Balm of Gilead, Elm, and Silver Leaf Poplar. We learn that n instead of ten acres 31r. Frederick pro- f poses to have 15 or 20 acres of trees which I will be worth a fortune in themselves be- a fore eight years are gone. We believe a the Timber Culture Act is a good one and I that our farmers would be well paid by 1 availing themselves of its requirements. t t There is some talk of a stage line to run from Helena to Neihart, via Great Falls. That the enterprise would pay, d and will be a necessity in the near future, is more than probable. Neihart is going to be a lively camp shortly, and the Belt creek route via Great Falls is the only practical way of gettine into the camp. s The other roads are at the best, only poor to simmer roads, and are utterly impassable d nine months in the year, while the Belt creek road can, with a little xpenditure of s money, be put in fair condition for travel I at all times of the year. We believe the n ?Meagher county commissioners appointed d road viewers to go over the route some a time ago, and that they have handed in g their report, asking for the meagre sum h o f .t(0 for its il'.provement. l reat Falls Sis destined by its situation and advantlages tIo he the supply point for the camp. Si Pe. l .h1o have aniy dloubt as to the 1roluctivenes cof the bench lands in this - 'eetion, should \isit M3r Iunly's ranch just ' i east of town, and take a look at his gar 55 den,in which will be found as finea lot of he 10. vegetatle's and vines as can be produced 1,ts ( in the best cultivated valley gardens. The garden was subjected to the most ullfa- of st orable circumt:tanes. Besides depend ing wholly upon the natural rainfall, the ,1round nws only broken last spring, and then the hail ,toril in uly cut down ev- WI ery plant and st:ak that reared its head so ii above the strfaee. !iO;slite tle t le an dis- (h i ,iul'lra'.,1emnts. ti' "ucuinhber, squash andf other vines lhave spr(oute' again, and bid I b- fair to produce a fair crop, while the oth- no er vegietabies equa((l, if not surpass both in at jqu:dity and quantity, those cultivated in ll git the rich, lo:nay gard.eins in the States, un der the m1ost favorable conditionls. ie - - - - tic S M;r. Wmi. hin, who retides on the Mis- ha souri, about ten miles abo-e Great Falls, of is well :cquainted wvith the lay of the miI i country between Great Falls and Eagle th h iock, having had occasion to travel over sit it innumerable times during the past de- as: he cade. lie says that there is no questioll t he about the feasilility- of tihe proposed route pa to Eagle Riock. while it would be of great to t.d, c1nvl:ience to a large number of tax- re I i ::yers, who are now deprived of the priv ilege of 1a lblic road. In Mr. Ulnl's M cn case, the nearest road to him is ten miles, so n an:d there are other ranchers still more re- in: mote. Tle says that from the bench to his 'y, ranch, a distn(ce of about ten miles, the le: of road is a natural one, and not a dollar will I1 have to Ie expended in improving it. 3I FroIm his ,lac'e to Eagle lRock, it will be he necessary to briduie one or two little gi he streams. Any:one who is acquainted with wi op 3Ir. lm 111 knows hlie never ventures a I a opinion in a matter of this kind, uules C'1 he is perfectly satisfied that he is right n mind can -c.,-stantiato Mis statement if it is, i- hel.ollles necessary to do so. That this Cl in road nwill be estallished there is no ques- stl ''Ill. The commissioners dare not deny tihe taxpay,-ers the right of a public higll- t nit way in ny ---- -- th on Fii0, O ANi) P. ILSITiH EI. in "Yes, you can depelnd upon it Great sip S:s is now ( eve of 1osperi'ty," sot be o t gentlemian said to m1e. after it was stated ui W that the syndic:at hais purchasedl the h. bonded gclroipe of N ,'il:rt mines. In - r1lpy to our Cuery, as to wha:t would be he the immecdiae effect, if any, on Great 1 Fal:ls, he replied: "'\el. of cdurse, I ca0n I not ayi, as t to the immelllltdi'ate results, but of what I know of the lmmbl's of the d:. Ssyndic'ate, I a11 satistied that a large force fo . of men will be put to work developing to .x the properly as soon as negotiations are of lie c(0ilneIsted. Next spring, I think, it is it thei r intenti.on to colinlenlce the co0usrue- ar ti.thn of railroad;i froll tiie callimp to Great ill . Falls: in fact. I know this is their inten- V ell tion, and if the mines are all that is ex- pl c- pIc 'ed, and iyou iist not be surlprised to fo sk e a-rou'nd broken for reduction works, on st; 'o a nmuiiamth scale in G reat Falls, e:rly next do pring. T'he syndicate is composed M c wealthly and ente'rprising gentlemen. 1B are They represent millions of mnoney, and E ic11 when they once get started, this section se of of Montala wviii recaive such a shaking oIf tup that it w ill not soon forget. The plr- to t hase of this Nt-ili:trt property is but a AS ' preliminariy move of one of the most gi- br 'gantic housiness enterprises ever inaugu- so iae r:ated in the west. When the last card is gt ne pih!yed (Great Falls will be a city--not a iar icr mnuslhroom city with its myriads of hovels Ot of and1111 shacks, but a city in every sense of the word. It will be the city of M(ontana, inll fact. - ou will see mills and factories 't- giving employment to tho tlhusands of Ihio!r Sat ers: while its imerc:iintile houses ill sup be ply this whole ntorthern country with in it go'ds. I telil youi. the men that are at the I'a: ck of ( Great Falls knw wlihat tilhey r'e at doing, and if I do not miss my gueis, you ui will see CIeople in s1uch a 111hurr1t,) et here 1next sprin1, that t xxev -ill not uike time to ished their wlinter clothini before they t start. Well, I mlIllist ie g,"oiing; 1 am iu a i hurr just now. i faet, this news has exccild (I Cnc- a 4 ihtle bit: ( ie., ly. When Colonel Broad1water and Dennis SIlRyan were up to Neihart. they made some i inquiries about the road!s leo lin.g into the I camp. The Colonel accosted a ranchman concerning one of the roads, when the R following coloquy took place: it it "Jim, can the road down Belt to Great f Falls be made passible ?" Jim, who owns a ranch off of the pro- a n posed new road, but near the old one, n I promptly replied: "No, it would be impossible." "Well, can money put the road through ?' g II asked the Colonel. it "Y-a s, I 'spose it can," reluctantly ad- ii mimtted the rancher. "W\\ell, then, the road will be built," said fi lf Prood, as he turned on his heel. r, Ever ince then the rancher has been alternately chewing his ear and kicking " himself, for saying "'-e-s," where he P ought to have said "no." tl I amin of the opinion that the prosperity in it of Great Falls is a making several other it r- towns mighty sick. The disease is known o is to the profession asdry rot, and is caused tl by inactivity, jealousy and ignorance. sl it Most every inhabitant in this section n knows Ike Kingsbury and John Lepley. t. They are considered pretty well informed is concerning the lay of the country through- c if out northern Montana from the Dearborn d to the international boundary. Well,what I am going to say is this: Both of these it gentlemen say that a road can be built a- from the mouth of Sun river across to h Eagle Rock for an insignificant sum of m- oney, and also that it would be a better h e and shorter route than by the present road. a d I ventutre to say that there is no one that ' is better acquainted with the country s. through which the road will run than a these gentlemen.i Tie head man in the new celestial laun dry just opened here was telling me of a h his experience since he came to "Melica." C He belongs to the "Big Six Co.," of San y Francisco, and after leaving that city he . steered for Benton, and from there drifted a ' to the Sun river metropolis. He has evi- fr dently been a victim of hard times, as he said "me no makee grub, in bothe placed l1 Bery still, bothe places allee samee. Chi e naman washee plenty; shirtees muchee to d dirty, muchee hard workee, no money e standee Chinaman off. Melican man then u go putee on clean shirtee, and me no know tl n him after that, so losee allee money." hl ills NNE£IiA T TO THI FI NT. it Broadw ater. I:an and (ihers. I'r- a tile 'ics a rLar g ltertst in the his Montain lBelle GriouLp. lst 'Col. IEroadwater and Mr. liyan arrived C here Saturday afternoon from Neilbart, ianld Ihe samle day's coclh brountt in a ted he Messrs. Melntosih and Wells, part owners of the leads at Neihart which had been mn nd bonded last spring by the former gentle- str the men and other capitalists for $250,000. po intd The parties were uncommunicative, but up ev- we have since learned from mot reliable cr< tl sources that Broadwater et. al. have pum lis- lhatsed the interests of McIntosh and Pr W' Viells andt that the deeds to the same are el >tl- now on record in the county clerk's office ý' I in at the Springs. We did not learn the ex- ni in act figures of the consideration, but un- fli derstand that they are in the neighbor- afm hood of 960,000. As Colonel Brciadwater T. Us- has letters of administration on the estate be l1s, of Wallace Bell, deceased partner in these to the mines, the present ipurchase leaves only gle the interest of James Chamuberlain out- Sa -er side of his, and gives Broadwater and his at de- associates a large controling interest in lii ion the property. The purchase moniey was ute paid in Helena on Monday, and we expect ho 'eat to see operations on this group of mines ax- resumned immediately. K, rin- Parties lately from the camp report the Ik mi's Mountain Chief mine, owned by the II tud- l les, son Mining Co., as hiowing up line, with re- immense bodies of rich tore in the levels. his We could learn but little of the other tie leads in that vicinity excepting of the vill Biack Chief, owned by the Snow Creek b Mining Co., and lying right among the ttie group of mines purchased by the Broad- so ith water syndicate. Capt. McIntosh informs na au a Tranchant representative that Mr. he i Choa.te, one of thes company, has just tin- tb itiahed representation work on the Black lis Chief, and that just before he finished he a i;- truck a tine body of rich ore. The Cap- i i tain says that, so far as present develop ments indicate, this mint is asgood a:: those of the Montal;a Belle group. John McCormick and ('ol. Boone canme in from Neihart last night auld state that Is eat since thie fact of the ,re, out purclhase ha SO become known there Nei!art has braced hi te iu and mine owners are feeling more t the hopeful than ex er before.- ''Tr.m :chat. Inl --- --.-- . be A CHIL) OF AA. eat - ----- -i [Pillings (;azotte. j Madam de Ilores arrived in town Sun day morning and left by tile evening train for Medora. Shie had been on a hunting tour to northern Wyoming, the special object of her search being bear. ~She was under the guidance of that famous hunter ai and scout, Vie. Smith. On Mee-teetse mountain the lady shot four bears, and N Vic shot two, which were comling un- C pleasantly near the intrepid hunters. In four days they saw seventeen hears. When starting to return her barouche broke down and was temporarily abandoned. - Madam de Mores riding the whole way to Billings, 170 miles, in the mess wagon. Elk, antelope, deer and other game were seen in abundance, bunt as the latly was after bear, she would allow no other game to be shot than was necessary for food. She is an excellent shot, and shines as brilliantly in the field as in the cultivated society in which she is an ornament. Her guide, Vic. Smith, was a scout for Terry and Miles in some of their most danger ous campaigns, and is a famous shot. PEISONALIS. Ira ilickory is laid up with a catarrh in his hand. C HI. P. Rolfe started for Ilelena last Sat urday to be absent a week. Geo. Warner, the rustling express man, made Great Falls a visit this week. E. B. Largent expects to visit Neilihart next week, to look after his interests in - that camp. Billy Devine, of Sun River, is at Great Falls. lie coitemplates locating here permanently. Richard Graham:, of Minneapolis, the miller who will have charge of the flour mill at this place, arrived last week. Miss Junkin, Mrs. Nat McGitlin's sister, who has been spending the summer here, will return to her home in Fairfield, Iowa, next week. Mrs. Jere Sullivan and children and Miss Meytendorf of Fort Benton,were the _ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of this place, last Sunday. Mrs. Sullivan is the hostess of the Choteau House, whose friends and patrons are many. lMr. Winm. Ulm while in Great Falls last week made the TRtriuNE office a very pleasant visit. If there is one man more than another on our subscription book who we have a tender feeling for, that man is Mr. Ulm. Since our first venture in Moutana newspaperdom he has been one of our best friends and patrons, and the TInBUnE truly appreciates his friend ship. THE TERRITORY. Bears are numerous in Missoula county. One was killed recently near the town of Missoula. It costs one almighty dollar to indulge in the luxury of a watermelon in Billings. c We pass. N It is understood that Major Armstrong ' has been bounced from the Crow Indian agency. Deer Lodge complains of the extreme warm weather. While in Deer Lodge, Clara Louise Kellogg visited the Territorial peniten tiary and at the solicitation of the "birds" E sang them two songs. Kind-hearted Clara. Benton is excitel over the report that surveyors are in the field surveying a line from the Canadian Pacific to their town. A very little railroad news excites Benton plenty. John Robinson's circus will visit Mon tana. Messrs. Ryan & Brunton have received the contract for building the new court house in Helena. They receive $137,- JI 999.50, The Cosnopolit::n lhotel in IIelena had - a narrow escape from being burned. Tihursday Itacek sold a fifty-dollar sad dle to a Crow Indian and received tihe , cash for the same. This is good evidence t, that the tribe are not all thriftless.- H G(azette. ms On Tuesday, a well-developed and well mI muscled female performed on a tightrope stretched from the stump of the liberty 10. pole to a peg in the ground. She cleaned ut cup t10 in two-bit contributions from the le crowd .-Tribune. A large cinnamon bear was seen in the ad Prickly Pear valley last night. 1ie cross re ed the creek near the ranch of Thomas & ('e 1\hitcomib, and his tracks were found this x- morning in many of the surrounding n- farms. ie killed a ca:f belonging to the - aforesaid Iparties and devoured part of it. e' The ra nchmlien are on the track of the to bear ati it is expected he will ie killed so to-nigh t.--lerild. l Al. Hmarrison arrived fro,'m Denton on t- Sunday with Antelope Shirt, iUlood Shot is and lind Shot, three Piegatn Indians, who have voluntarily testified against thenm as selves -in fact, were rather proud of their hlorse stealing abilities--and were bound 0' over in the sunm of $500 apiece. Big linot-ou-the-iHead is still a:t !arge. The Be benton authorities glaadly gave up Ante lope Shirt, con,- ned for nearly six months it in their jail.-- Chronicle. rSU 'ITVV ITEi1S. S' N I!vi:a;, Aug. 24, 1885. e D)epuly c heriff Wilson p:tassed through ad- Sun River with a w-arrant to arrest a man is n:unted Adams for run;ner- oiT fourteen [r. heal of cattle belonging to Charlie Mar n- tin, of Meagher county. - Phil. A. Manix has .ordered his stock of he goods in his store here to be removed to hl his store at Augusta. IMr. Irownini. the laundryman here, is about to leave, for want of trade. ne Siun River is a good place for a good lawyer to stay away from. I have some lots to dispose of cheap. ed But I want to inu'orm anyone about to buy ., that they are li:lb,le to come along solne day and find a lot of water. With best wishes for the success of the Gl:.vrT FAc.Is T'nies., I remain yours withi great respec-t. loiN )Evi'E. t Notice of Final E try. Ii Lnd ()tce at 'cnnt, lMont n. i a Au: :at t3 ;. 1 N OTIC-is harsr y civ i n that, the f,,flohvi.Ig l natmed s t;l1,,r l-s'tilhd notic of his iuntnlli;on S to make linal pr-:if in support of his claim, an:ii that said pr-oou will be mad,, i.for, the i,., S t r er and tleceiver of the U. b. Land oai.e at nelena, Montani. 3I T, on aSpt :ubt,< ".,a5. viz: :Se (eorge L. liarv,, : made pr,,emption D. , nNo57-3:for tl.h S: ''tsve 17 and tae1 .% E', secA ,tp 5 N lit in- Mae natues the folhvoing w:tnss.es to (rve hiis coutinuousr sidence° upottt, andt ctuLt.,v: -l.On , In :id land. viz: henry i. \V:: de :nd torge W. Kinnevy o ' (:ott'eu, M nt't t -lt ani . r In W iWde Sand John W Eddy of it I ena. l,,nti .i I.e Y'. .-! .N.l:.. l . ,I; t, r. i, -' To Wheat Growers! THILE NIEW I'ULL ROLLER PROCESS FLOURING MILL AT GREAT FALLS WILL BE READY TO Rn.N ON THE COMING CROP. t Es Poles and Posts FOR SALE. E. W. Dahlogreen & Co., GREAT FALLS, MONT, WATCH AND CLOCK AND F3EPAIRING. --Satisfaction Guaranteed.- Give Me a Call THOS. ROSE, - an River, Mont. ESTRAY TAKEN UP. Came to my place, in Sand Coulee. Choateau county, Montana, in August. 18184, one small bay horse, 10 or 12 years old; black mane and tail. No brands. The owner can have the horse by proving property and paying charges. SJuly 2, 1585. GEORGE WREN. Obtained, and all PATENT BUSINESS at home EVor abroad atLtended to for MODERATE FE Our ofic is opposite the U. 8. Patent Office, SUN RIVER - - MONTANA and wecanobtain patentsinles timethanthose remote from WAHLNGTON. Send MODEL OR DRAWING. We advise as to patentability free of chrr-; and we CHARGE Best meals and Most comfortable rooms of any o E ULES PAT a. I SALWEDR We refer here to the Postmaster, the Srpt. of Hotel between Benton and Helena. Piano in Par- MoneyOrderDiv., and to ofciais o the U.S. Patent Office. For circulars advice, terms, and lor for use of guests. references to actual clients in your own State or county, write to C. A. SNOW & CO., RATES---Room and Board, $1.50 per Day. OppositePatentOfie. Washington,I4.C. Parties Travelling Will Please Not Hesitate to Wake me at any CARTER & CLAYBERG, Hour of the Night. AWroWM-a-P-Aw, Oice:Main St., Footof EBroadway, Helena,. .T. JOHN DEVINE, - - - PROPRIETOR s- t - 1..-~: ·· · :.i l EL.INE RAMS. d1 a4 - te I have for sale One Hundred and Forty Thoroughl:bred Delaine Merino Rams of the we!l--known Campbell stock. They were shipped from Vermont one year ago, and are all two years old. For uluality and length of wool, these sheep cannot be excelled. I will sell them at prices to suit the times. - This flock of thoroughbred sheep can be seen at Great Falls during the - present summer. is Great Falls, PARIS GIBSON. I' May 15, 1885 it. CANA AD AN PA IFI RAILROAD. MONTANA STOCK SHIPPERS ATTENTION! Tir IIIS Company is again in the field seeking for a share of your patronage. Our id line extends from Maple (Creek, N. WV. T., to Chicago, St. Louis and all points East. Our stock cars are new and of the latest improved pattern. Our tiack is - first-class and our tra:ns make fast time. Our yards are large, water laid on. iWe furnish fodder at first cost, which makes the price exceptionally cheap, and our freight rates are low. You need not fear any trouble with tuhe Customls, as our arr'ag.ments are m:.id to prevenut delay or snnoyaut:ce. To those who patronized us last season we ofer our thankI s aud ask a4 repetition of their favors, and to those who did not favor us in the past we ask you to give the new line a trial this year. hi Corrsspondsnce solirited n ROBT. KERR, en nGen' 1 Frei"r t Agent, Ir- \I'NIPEG, MANITOBA Otll -SoIe i"sror to q" iei-exr in SIronware, Coal & Waoo Cook ar ll r atil . he Force Pumps, Hose, Etc. Tin Roofing and Spouting A .peciabty Sun River, Mont 1 .- . . . . . . . . . . . . - - _ - -- - - -- _ . _ . . . . . And Dealer in ý ý S PM~o:%taun Tier, AND HORSEOLOTH ING GREAT FALLS C, N. Dickinson, .Prop. w T A Choice Lie o1 I" IS ihe Cofstallty o( tiajd, YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. J. H . McKnioght & Co., FORT SAW,- - MIOTANA. Br: Dealers in General Merchandise. e7 We have just received a full assortment of new and fresh goods, which were bought cheap for cash and we are now selling at the lowest price. har -:Order Fromthe Surrounding Country So!ioitem. - We are agents for Woods Mowers and Self-Binding reapers, Hollingsworth Sulky Rakes and the celebrated Cooper farm wagons. We keep in stock Gang, Sulky and Walking Plows, Harrows,, Wheel-barrows, Pumps & Barb-wire. .July 4, 1885. J. 11. McKSNIGII T & CO. ORISS & HARVEY, Blacksmiths AND Repairers. Horse Shoeing a Spebialty. We desire to thank our friends for past favors and will be thank ful for a liberal remembrance in the future. PHIL. GI BSON, Real Estate aru [nsuranc Aent. NOTARY PUBLIC. Corner I st Avenue, North and 4th Street. CRHEAT IFAILLS. A. Pambrui. S ~ Range-' tge-outh side oun rivir. Ear marks same as cut r V Addres Ft. Shaw. il1orses brand -ae as 10 :It dames Adams iver Past O-se t ýFork s k P 0 Addrms Florence Owner of fel l lowing brands ? "G on left kip W on left hip o 7ib l forses brand _ -A ed same as rat. of he The Cochrane Ranche Co. [SiTED.] Main Office, Montreal, P Q President ..................Hon M H Cochrano Vice-Pres .................... James A Cochrane Sec and Treas ............... J M Browning SUnderbit out Sof left ear of calves branded Double dew lap on calves branded after Vent-Invert ed Con lefthip Horses brand edRonleft jaw SVent--nverterd R on left hip. A:,ns- Hetw~-Bwen Kootenai and Belly river. Ad res -Ftort Macleod. N. W. T. NAlsn o~w;:rs of cattle iwith double dewlap end square and compass on right hip. o Mount Head Ranch Company. [LIsMITD] Range-High river. Address-Cal gary, N. W. T, Marks- Dew lap and :down ng cut. Horse brand -HL coun ct nt hed on left shoulder. C ODFBEI LnaVNOX, Miesgei W. P. Turner& Sons. THOROUGHBRED SHORT-HORN Yearling Bulls For Sale. PRICE $60.00 Al.o owners of the following brands: Pon lift ribs. WT on lkft shoulder. W on left choulder T on Jft thigh. 1.ANGN-Marias Valley. P. 0. Address-Fort Conrad, via Ft. Bantun. MICHAEL OXARAR r. ]3rarnd-d same as cut Al soo wzsr of horsefhraoIed onlft thigh - lange between North fork of Sun river anp Deep creek" P;st office -Augusta,. Montana V-nt -Brand inverted. COR SALE: Well broken saddle, draft and driving horses. Also several blooded stallions from 14 to 16 hands high Ed. Mathews. Vent same as brand onleft shoulder Range-Botkh ef Squsare Butts p SP.O. hAddra-Bas River At Dupee RANGE: South ForkSun River. P. O. Address,Florence, M. T. COX & THEBO. Also L C on left Shoulder. on left hip. P on left hip. Range-Teton, WillowCreek and Deep Creek. P. O. Address-Choteau, Montana. Well broken saddle, draft and bOgy boses constantly on hand and for sale Legal Blanks For Sale at the "Titbne Office"