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LAW MAKING.
NCILMAN KENNEDY TAKES DI
VORCE CASES INTO HIS CARE.
y New Bills to be Introdaned-The
ltting of the Governor's MessnEe
Retarded--General
a bluess.
RNA, Jan, 22.-In the house, today,
ot presented a petition from the
oclation, regarding codifilcation of
l following notices were given;
r. Pickmor-A bill to regulate prac.
medicine.
r. Rea-A bill providing for- the
ent of bounty for the destructoln of
wild-animals.
r. Haskeil--A bill to provide for
aefer of certain monens to the gen
fund, also- to create a territortal
of equalization.
Hunt introduced H. B. No. 2, to
at certain gambling games. It pro
all games, but faro and imposes
- penalties.
e council; yesterday, the following
were given:
r. Kennedy-A bill defining the,
of county attorneys in divorce
It requires them to defend such
Mr. Conrad-A bill for the payment
anties. - .
-Mr. Middleton-A bill for a labor
lien on material, also concerning
e mortgages; alai forlrepeal of the
ant's licenselaw.
o couoicl " has, refused, for the
-t4,te hive; the governor's messa.e
- tpaditjlhlet form.
Hoffman gave notice of a bill con
gfree bridges. It provides that
-ssloners may make a special levy
e mill for the purpose of budding
maintaining free bridges.
- An Exelting Chase.
NyicE, Wyo., ·Jan. 21.-Sheriff
on and two deputies passed through
today in hot pursuit of Mrs. Alice
good asd jack, Cushing, who are
-d in Utah county on the charge of
or. Mrs.=Bloodgoodis'the wife of
oreman ' of the Hatm's Forks coal
, Two weeks ago Cushingcame to
ines and quickly gained the aflec
of the foreman's wife. Friday night
eloped. Bloodgood and some riends
d after them osly an hour later. All
on horseback.' As it was 80 miles
the nearest railroad, about midnight
eeing couple were ovbetaken and ap
atly washe.d. Bloodgood ofered to
Ve hlis ife if she would Oeturn.
peod away and itst eisieved' taught,
looking :blondenbot 26 yetars old.
Dakota's Treasury Bankrupt.
tsAncx, Dak., Jan. 21.-The corres
ent of the Pioneer Press sends that
ra long ,array of figures pand extracts
Sthe finariial repoprs regatdiug the
cial condition of the territorylow
hegeneralfund to have been over
n 27,000, and the hond fund used to,
the drafts. - He further says the ter
l treasury is bankrupt.
S A ugar Bounaty.
AsharoooN, Jan. 22.-The senate has
ed the sugar bounty amendment to
tariff bill. It provides that until
i; 1900,thire -shall be 'paid to the
uter of sugar testing not less than 80
, from beets, orghum or sugar -cane
wnwithin the United States, a bounty
cent per pound.
The Baurning Bluff. whi
_MBnLAIN, Dak:, Jan, 22.-A great roan
y persons who have recently visited, ull
burning bluff in Charles Mix county J
k that the. fires are caused by burn- aft
-coal, bdt a4 no efort;has -yet, been otal
e with theproper tools to make a goc
uogha investigation and determine sea
causaesethed intem heat, a'hiscrsip-s i cou
has 'obeen started in.Edgerton, and
iles Mix county, to raise money for so
purpose. The burning bluff isloc- lea'
nthe old Fort Randall military reser
on, sd ie sbouttwomiles bac from pro
is o r river. _
, Jan. 22.-A tremendous sena tee
on was created' in society circles by nee
annosncement thVt 8. 8. Iatgn,Jr., a Cl
y 4eaOel.et7edeaotrspatd ler. Irene h
e, the wifeof iRobter Huome, duper- ant
dentof the Iojtthern Pacfic res te
rreeted togethe i tou'sh asn.e. i
ear 13u15' auspicteid lis'ti a tpiob 4
ime past and had detectives watch- Br
or. The guilty'couple were arraign, tot
the pollce court ext morning and
SS .8f urdrl.. _dp| glt andiipn.te the
the detectis for unlawfully enter- sol
his house, tlhe having entered ha
ogh the connivanoe oftheservantt. of
to
To Nostable DAveree Suite, Ni
DON, Jan. t1.-Thedlivorce obtain- fi '
y Mrs. Agnes Bo.oicault from her ho
band, Dion DoucicOsiu, 'hich' hs. ca
been granted by Justice HRanau's NI
r, has be~ i'mads basolute. The triPl M
ow'for next Tuesday, wIll proably fri
t e until ofter the election' ti he
eparlet of e Seine on Jan. 2, a
e, Map.k. ate, Deon, is
WAsx .ooeeJase,-Gen Mackenz, e it
e le n~h gr td from Went ek
etisO1O2 he e waorqhga ede genIeral m
ore h .was ,24 sodgm opor. 5tecnat at
4 MNew BeM f,
, 4tWnA, Jan. 22.--The oumprtiller
th o y bas authorized the Fsrst
atnoal oic pof . naconda, tt begin o
The iaU ;a' Atalka I
WAsaMeoroTN, Jan. 22S -b British
overonent will stand by the United
latetit relation to affaire in Sanoa fL
Sgaopera Celebrate, IP
New Yeas, Jan. 22.-The fourteenth, E
denual dtinner 0the Asuclated Ptoneers
of territorlel dlays ai Cnlifornia d 'he p
reudnoil of the Forty-niners took placeto
night' It ias the fortieth anniversary of
their departure for the gold fields. United
States District Attorney Wilbur of Brook
lyn made 'the salutatory address, which
called forth many recollections of the
days of the gold fever. General John C.
Fremont. who was to have responded to
the toast, "The Army and Navy," sent a
letter of regret at his inability to attend.
Similar letters from General W. T. Sher
man, Demar, Strong and Win. B. Hamp
ton were read.
cOMINp TO GREAT FALLS.
aHrdy Colonists Resolved to Mettle
Among Us.
SWe learn that there is a large colony
of Scandinavians coming early next
spring from Minnesota and Northern
Iowa to settle in this vicinity. These
people will bring their cattle and horses
with them and will be prepared at once
to. carry on farining and stock-raising
sombined. " Tfiii ilkss of immisgrants has
proved to be among the most valuable in
Minnesota, as they are very frugal and c
industrious. In connection with this
o subject, we would also state that there
will be a large immigration of farmers
from Ohio, Michigan anl Wisconsin
during the present season. Communica
tions are being constantly received by the
Townsite company from many people
e who are preparing to come to Northern t
5 Montana, and as a general rule they will 1
all ship out more or less live stock. We
t are confident that no section of the pub
lic domain; now open for settlement,
ogeers as greit inducements to farmers
and settlers to this part of Northern
Mbotana. t
S-PRAY.OF THE FALLS.
S[From T'uesda s Dally.),
Soney to loan on city property securi
ty. J.B. Leslie,.
Mr. and Mrs.-C. E. Conrad of Fort Ben
ton are registered at the Park hotel.
The railroad ice house is nearly com
I pleted. It is 60 feet by 82 feet.
SGeneral Manager Couch has been en
gaged with Mr. Vaughn on business mat- l
ters mostof the day.
f Mr. and Mrs. Ira Myers will leave for
I the east next Saturday. Mrs. Myers will t
I stop in Minneapolis and Mr.. Myers will
go to New York city on business for
o about a month.
Ohas. Cornelius of Colorado has ac- 1
cepted the position of bookkeeper for the i
s FirstNational Bank. He succeeds Mr.
1 Tracy, who is elected assistant casliier.
Mr, Atkinson retired to go into the real
eastate and insurance business with Mr.
SHanlts,.
Some elterprlsing ranchman ought to
jump'nt':tbeh 0tfr which Mr. Gehring
,mpkeskin his.adrertisement. Mr. Gehr
'log has made ijoney in the dairy business
andretires soiely because he cannot give
it personal attention. Bin-stock are in
'good couditipn aind of the right kind.
.-1The wedding of Mr. I. W Hickory and
' MssaCarrie' B.'-Ford took place at Mr.
Weriaecke's on Sunday. The Rev. Van
Orsdel officiated. The bridal party par
took of an excellent dinner prepared by
Mrs. Werneke with her customary skill,
t The happy couple have engaged llni
I housekeeplng in the Hickory block.
e Our esteemed friend, P. H. Maloney,
r(of Great Falls and White Sulphur
rSprings) whohas been on a 'vlsit to his
o sister in Cairo, Ill., returned to the Springs
r- unday-last, having had a good visit: He
spent several days while en-route at Chi
cago and purchased one of the handsom
est furnishings for his newbhouse ever.
is shipped to Montana.-R. M. Husband
man.
Mr. Burghardt has advices froin the
Belt mountains mines to the effect that
development work is going on rapidly On
many mines with very satisfactory results.
The miners are greatly encouraged by
the growing demand for ore at the Great
Falls smelter. Mr. Burghardt says that sit
an.coidina to a 'Manitoba railroad map
which he has seeil, the Belt' mountains
road will be built over a route that will
,suit all the miners. H
J. S. Kennedy and wife left yesterday ye
afternoon for Oalifornia, where they will te
stay a few months, His many friends
holie. that Mr. Kennedy will return in
good health to take an active part in next
season's cattle trade. He knows all the
country well from here to the British line
and isqsdalifled to take a leading part in [C
some large' cattle. enterprises, Before
leaving .Mr. Kennedy asked that the
Taisis be sent tohis new address and c
predicted that stock raisers will receive b]
$ ,net'f r steers- during the cominglot
eaPson
v ,Prat tnlo is widely known and as
'teemed, has' soll out his blacksmith busi
ness and returns to his former home at ai
able, Ill., with a good stake, the result c
of-.industry ajid enterprise. Mr. Pratt bt
hassresided here more than three years t1
and has made a hoost of friends, who hope ff
that he will return soon with a helpmate h
artliV iof his: sterling character. His a
sa.ny frinds Wishb r, Pratt a- pleasant li
i s~ aey d f pi'oshlrity, bradbury b
C Raced t¢ the business. Mr.
Bradbury ,fsbmerly did business in Ben- h
ton and is well known to als old-timers.
i The people of Great Falls will be glad
a that Mri.I a ,delpshasbepn elected
vice- lreaides.tsldsactl caslifer of the g
M-onea Na .etiak, one of,"Hlena's e.
solid filpancial o:nstitutions. bank
Shas ust declared a halt yearly dividend e
of four per cent and licreased issurplus
to $150,000. Henceforth the lMontana
National will be more than ever the C
favorite bank with .North Montana' ranch
men and miners when they are doing C
business with Helena. Mr. "Sharpe, the V
is cashier, has retired from the Montana A
a National as his duties have devplred on I
Mr. Phelps. I
Prof.G, C. Swallow has just 'retuined
y from the Sand Coulee coal fields, where
i he has been for the uurpose of examining
, large ares of coa l land. He expreasses
In stronger terms than ever his highopis.
aosnof-this excellent coal. He says there
is a vast area of coal in this part of Moo
Staoand that the develo ent in the nar -
-ttu., wll show the coal field extepiV w l
ltlttlger ~(sklrtingg Ie Belt
a muuntas) southeastato SadJBOtlee sd
SBelt creek and thence as for as as othe
Judithgap. When we consider this isa I
distance of 121 nlless, bes .u ea can be
formed of the vast extent of the coal de
er posttstn the coal fields of northern Mon
at t as. Prof. Swallow is en etsminent
geologist and in the department of. coal
1 has probably had as much, if0ot nmore,
:experience than any other scientific mai
in the United States.
as Take it inTme.
ad "For want of a nal, s shoe was lost;
for want of a.shoe, a horse was lost for
'want of a horse, a rider was lost," sever
neglect small thingsa The first signs ef
ph peumonia and consumption cams posir
tlvely be checked by Dr. Ahicer's English
S:Remedy for Conasr:mpton, Sold by La
pet pre iro ' "
A COPPER' SMELTER.
GREAT FALLS MERITS DULY DIS
CERNED AT BUTTE.
Sitlnflcant.Comments op the Visit of I
General Manager Ceouh-A Big Fi're
in St. Paul-John Dillon's
Advloe.
HELENA, Jan. 22.-The Independent
of this morning has the following:
"Thomas F. Couch, general manager of
the Bostois & Montana company's mines
and smelters at Butte, was in the city I
Sunday night and left yesterday for Great
Falls to inspect the Sand. Coulee coal 1
fields.
!'As to whether his visit has any thing to
do with selecting a site for the com. I
pany's new smelter he declined to state.
His visit may, and may not have some
connection with the scheme as it was
strongly intimated last summer in Butte,
that the Boston & Montana did intend
erecting their new plantrat Great Falls.
'The Butts papers have strongly urged
thlat the valley through whichthe Big
Hole river runs would be the proper
place for the smelter, but as the company
never reached any definite conclusion in I
the matter, there is good reason for be
lieving that Superintendent Couch's
visit to Great Falls has some bearing on
the smelter and it is claimed that the
people of that burg may succeed in con
vincing Mr. Couch that Great Falls, by
reason of its having unlimited water
power and being close to the Sand Coulee
mines is the only place on - earth where
the smelter should be erected. The com
pany intend building their new plant in
the pring."
Burned 'Down.
ST. PAUL, Jan. 21.-At eight o'clock
this morning a fire was discovered in the
Grand opera house. It originated in the
gentlemen's coat room during the absence
of the night watchman. At nine o'clock
it'was a complete rain, only the walls re
main standing. The loss on the building
is $200,000. The flames in the building
adjoining the opera' house, were extin
guished with small loss, except by water.
The heat and power were furnished from
the boilers under the opera house to
many buildings in the neighborhood,
and when the supply was cut off, much
inconvenience resulted as the thermome
ter was 14 below zero. The afternoon
papers are crippled for want of power.
- A Brakeman Killed.
BUTTE, Jan 22.-Owing to a defective
break, a Montana Central freight train,
got from under control as it was enter
ing Butte last night. It collided with a
switch engine. The breakman on the
freight train was unfortunately killed.
The extent of the damage is not fully
known.
Boston Wool Market.
SBosrTo, Jan. 18.-Wool sales have been
limited during the week owing to the
scarcity of desirable stock and the firm
ness of holders. Territory wools are
quiet and only small sales are reported
-including medium at [email protected] and fine' at
[email protected] Texas, California and Oregon
in moderate request, with sales noticed at
15202c.
The sarkets.
NEWB YTOR, Jan. 21 -iBar silver 92Bc.
Copper--Easier, especially futures; lake
and January $17.25. Lead-Weaker,
domestic $3. 82%.
CHEcAGO, Tan. 21. - Cattle-receipts,
8,500; slow. Choice beeves, [email protected]
4,8F0 steers, [email protected]; stockers and
feeders, $2.0313;0; Indian steers, $1.90.
I 2.00. .. . .
Snow Falling.
HELENA, Jan. 22.-A severe snow ,
storm is prevailing in the eastern states. Go
A Pilgrim to Indianapolis. o0
HELENA, Jan, 22.-Our Carter "Thos. He
H.," called on President-elect Harrison He
yesterday at Indianapolis and discussed H
Serritorial affairs with him.
HAPPILY MARRIED. H
Mr. Mallery and HMiss Allin Married on gH
Sunday.
1 [Correspondence of the TamauNal .
CAsoADE, M. T., Jan. 20.-A few of the H
relatives of the bride and groom'assem- H
a bled at the residence of Thomas L. GorQ H
ham today to witness the marriage of
Mr. Geo. H. Mullery and Miss Lizzie M. He
.Allin. Rev. B. F. Norris oficiated. The
bride, who is one of the most beautiful H
and accomplished young ladies of the
t Chestnut valley, was dressed in a rich H:
t brownltraveling suit. Mrs. Gorham gave
Sthe party one of those eleganq dinners
efor which she is noted, after which the Js
Shappy pair left on the evening train for J
S.short bridal tour it the west. Mr.Mul
leryis a wealthy and enterprising young
Y man nd is worthy of the estimable lady r
r he has won. May they live long and be s
happy. A FRIEND.
Montans Abhed.
d .TLL Montana leads, J, J. Yalentine,
a general manager of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
a express, .psgputes the output of the mmo- 2
deral prodicing states and territories for
s 1887 and 1888 as follows:
a 1887. 2 1888, "
eCalifornia ..... $1,622,988 $12,068,488 25
1Nevadad....... 10,282,458 12,205,602
g Oregon......... 90,000 701,008 L;
e Woshington.... 100,000 124,112 t
Alaska ......... 609,000 820,000
SIdaho ......... 8,240,000 8,686,000
Montana........ ,488,27 82,47000
d Utah,.2.2......48 7.8,.0 7,67,241
Colorado:.......28,29000 28,766,00
New Mexico.,.. 4,82234 8,200,270
SArizon. 2,272.. 8 8821,,60 128,88 868
SDakota...8.... 8,08,105 2,$182
r Mexico ......... 762,08 1,198,28
r 8PlitiglhCol,.... 668,164 49,400
" Total;.,* $104,84,8295 $114,889,888
Id Croupis a terror to young mothers,
8e specially lduring she winter smonths as it
a is then most prevalent. It can always be 1
be prevented, if properly treated as soon
as the first symptoms appears. Hoarseness
at is the first symptom; this is soon follow 5
al d by peculiar, roogh cough, If
re, Chamberlain's Coigh Remedy is freely
as iv1en assoon these symptms appear,
It will invariably prevent the attack.
There Is no danger In giving the reme
dy; as it contaise no injurious substhnce.
i Fdorasle by Lspeyre s ,
or Plse T2 lvratefssl,'
` "I saved the life of my little girl'-by a
si. prompt use of Or, Acker's Inglis Remaedy
sh for Cnsump .-Mr. W V, 22i
as- ERIA, New York 2or tale by Lapeyre
Trsr
Delinquent Tax List.
TREASURER'S OI'FIOI,
COUNTY OF CoASOArD TERRITOnY OF MONTANA.
To all persons companies or corporations,
who have or claim any estatte, right or title or
interest in, or olaim to or lien upon anyof the
several piees or parcls of land in the list her
to attlahed, takenotico that 1 will, aooorintg to
law, offer at tpublio sale at the ofe of the treas.
urer of the couoonty of Cascade and
the territory of Montana on the 11th
day of aebruary 1889 and succeeding
days, at the hour o1. . ofsaid day the fol
lowing described real estateo, situate in said
ooonty, on whiohthe toaxes for the year 1888 have
not been paid, to pay said taxes. interest and
penalties. to-wit:
Anderson, JosaO Gt Fallspersonal.......... N
Armington, J T, Cor, personal............ 8
Adams, Chas Truly .4W N W 4 S0 NEd seo
7, tp 5, RaE, and pronal .........1... 18
Bailey A Sherman,, GtFalls personal...... 1180
Book, D W, Helenalots 1 2, 8 and 4 blk 6,
Sion River ................................ N 7
Buokwald, John, Belt, personal............ 764
BostOn, F M,Chestnot, ersonal ............ 8i
ByersdopfCha, (t Flls, persoal........ 80
Brown, Walter. Gt Folls , ýesonal......... I0
Bull, EW Cascade, 2% L % SW.s SE.4 sa
Brnnswick Balks Collender Co Allen &
Co agtl t Falls personal............ 2040
8, tp1a'lllE, NW" BW'ýsea 9, tpl8,
1 E and personal....................... 4070
Bnrbank, A , Truly, lmp on pob land
and personal.............................. 20 89
Boston, W J, Truly, E1 NE1V5 541 8EM1
NW /S4 s ee 1, tp 17. R 2 E, and per
sona ............. . ......................... 29 58
Butch, J L, Chestnut, persoaal ............. 8 80
Borgee, J D, Chestnut, imp pub land and
personal ................. ................ 854
Brown, N R Cor, porsotnal................ 11 5
Bottler S P, lorham, W% Eoo 10208 ESE1
sec , tpll R17, R and personal......... 18 8
Bellops, JC, (Iorha. imp pub land and
personal ................ . 10 790
Bndy & Heurllerheiter, ibby imp pub
landad d personal ............ . 45 0
Banumo, A C, Ot Falls, imp pub land and
personal .............................. ... 4 57
Baoer.t F F itFoalle, pesonol .............. 8 9
RBain. Wm,Cor, lmp pub land and per
so al .............. .. ..... ...... 18
taker l G Co, Ft Benton,personal....... 4o 80o
Blackton. C A, Truly, Es SiOBI, sen 11, tp
18, R 2, Wr W004, see 12, tp 18, R W. 14 4
Benson & nottnorO.ot Falls. personal...... 12 72
Coylep JosGt FOlls, i int lots 1 and 2, set
Stpl8, RSE .......... .............. ...... 7 02
Collett, Abraham, Truly, NWk NEr and
NE NW1 sec 1, tp'J, R e E and per... 52 82
Crooks Wm, GtPalls,. personal............ 8 4
Case Loeter, .. 1584
Carter, Thos H, Helena lots, 8, 4 9 29,
28 and 29 blk 7. lot 17 blk 2,lot 1blla 2,
lot 9, blk 2, all in steel's add to Stn
River.................... .................. 180
Crogan, Pat, Gt Falls lot 2I blk 456......... 10
Cr t, , Cora.t S41 0 and0 SOdSWM
SE keooeA &,tpl0, 71t Eandper.. 214
lJa bbey. personal............ 86
H, C Gt Fl, personal......... 678
Ca sle , Tlyimp on pub lands and,
peroaal...'. ... .n fl ,
Coopt 00, ChQtot . lot9, blk 11 SnR.... 18 7
Caote 1 I he 1p0t, NW4 seo 28, tp 17, R
wdi eeonal ......o........... .. 2411
Crgmpbellyrank, Cascade, personal....... 707
Cart;MChgatn imp.onpnb,-land and
. ...... ...... N 1
Dooglas (heE, GreatFalls lot1, blk194. 9 804
Dado Dr, Twin Brides,. steamer
Fern," ersonal.......................... 25'2
Davenpt. 9,pH, Gt Falls,, persoall........ 8 91
~h~·i·ii ·F;~~,noi 1108
DototoOW, ' H, Gt Falls, impon publie
I snds.:...........................'....... 7 092
Dokeryp, Harrison JrCora, imp on public
sa and personal, lot 1 blk 605....r... 82104
Dookery, HCora, lp on pdblis landaanod
po o oa ......: ............. ............... 742
Dogerty CA Coaeoade peroal...... 8 58
e, dtalls,o mpFonpblands.. 7 p 2
D nWW. S Peter,y pesna ........... .~b718
'pre E Ol, Grea l imp on pub
T 696
Davie TLoU otholp to pob lando
and p nal ....................... ... 7 S,
DooteroW O leat Falls, lot 1, blk 03 and
peot , Gt Fas........................ 8251
pont Imogene Great Falls lot 18, blk
b88 l Glot 896, .t Fa..s............ 080
Diolnson HI B, GreatFalls personal...... 1 68
DypCTGreat Falls, personaol.......... 8 70
Dectmp J W Chestnut, SEn4 lots 6 and 9
sea, lots 14 and , seeo 17i, tp 17, R1iW
Elkins A B, Goreat Fall. imps on p.
lands d ooooal ..... . . 1.0
liokloooooto, Heleoa, lot 6,1 kcanl.t Paletlt 8OH
Mlgo errill, Gotham, personal...... 690
Ftoot N0 Co, Grafton, imps on land and
personal ..... . 40
Pra tA T.Gtt o'lo, 0.1t'1, hL'llet8 and
pool, Gt Falls ............... . 2712
Fellers Emmerly, Sun River, 0 lot 8. blk
10, on RLvet .............................. 19
o mond, Grat Falls ersonl ..... 1 1
Fowler H B, (estate) -Amos 'agae adminia
,ffi8.p:, eua^n ...................... 720
1.ilehr0sBros & Edageo t 8alls, personal 8 20
(George David, Cascade ops on pub lands
andpersonal............ r ................ 28 B8
Gallon JW,Belt,personal ................ 10 49
raham Robt, C.ora, Personal.............. 9 710
Gates H E, Gorham, imp on pub lands and
peraonal ....,: ....... G et...Fel...... i:..p.........u... 11 5
p 0 8 8 0 80n. 11 58
Grant Eugene; (re1t Fa1ls imps on pub
lands ...... ............................... 8 98
Goalie Louis, Cledenin, imps on pub
lands and persn il ....................... 18 08
Goodman (G W Belt, imps on pub lands
and personal .........;.................... 80 7
Griffith do Ingersoll, Great Flls per sonl.. 5 604
Gehreng Frank, Great Falls, S ,SkE.I
set 25,.NE1, NE4,8 see N, tp2R4E-
, lot 108, lot sa 81, tp 20R 5 E-lot 0,
7, bll 56, Great Falls ..................... 5 09
Ga(s King 1 Calbert, Great Fails, lot 18,
blk 480, Gt Falls ........................ 2170
Ger Thos, Great Falls, personal ....... 10 48
Gan(er'Jno, l8 t Paul, lot 12, blk 867, Gt
Falls ..................................... 48 00
2uminwell. T, Truly, imps on pub lands
and rs ........ ........... ..... 11 55
Heny,M O L M, Trly, ittap pub land and
personal....-:..i... ........,........... 27 99
Hobbs, Jacob L, Truly. imp pub land and
ersonal...:................... ....... 27 99.
H8mmr, C M.0Gt Fa8s11 mp oo. pu 6 ld 96
Ho.beoi Gee (,Sun 8rt0er, personal.... 11 31
8rba8k, b8as, St Peter, i9p on pub land
and personal.. ........1. ............. 9 0
Henderson, F M, Gt Falls, personal........ 10 52
uem, Douglas, .. . 10 8069
H derson, Dr Andrew; St P la L lots I and
2bl-22, lot 14,blk 8a8 ,Fll8 .......101 0
Higby, Knute, GtFalls, ersonal.......... . 9
18 gan, 0eo L. Gt Fall(01, he pub land and
persona ...........:. o o,................ 18 69
H8uston, WT, GtFall eare ............... 8 09
ie& Grusworth0 Trul8.same.:.......... 9 28
Hutohtnson, H W, oibby_¥IEM NWl& and
7 NE00e8886,and lt6, se.81, tp 18,
E88,1 osres and p 8 n8a1.........1.. 17 08
Hall, Jas,.Hlenl0 lot 11, blk 455, lot 12.
.1/ . (tFll s ..........e...... ... "... 768
Hul l,,n, eG0as, lot6, b8 k 4719,(0t ll 7 92
8neA, Albert , Gt Fal(I0t1 1 and 2, 00
NW see 8, tp20, R 4 E'.1 are..: ..... 8000
$ndriokson Mike, C0se.8e, persenal..... 00
Ivin; W H, ]elt, personal .................. 7 B
and personal .........., ... 10 78
,ic_ Maggie E, Clendenin, im pub land
I tFlls"..."ub 888
t8, 4tao............. 10 88
JoneaoW (tFalls, imp pub land an8
nersnal.................. .. 18 87
Jck8son Jno, Choteao, lots 1, 2 and s, se '
tp80, R ........ .... 920
Johnson Jas, (0at Falls lot 2, i 449 F 20 88
Jackson J J Great fall imp on town lot. 8 87
irk S T, Casade. imps on pub lands.... 6 89
ethum , A llrsoU nat ................ 18 60
11o.88b88 W Gt W s, 88018 . 88
m a pl, personal.......... 12 7
K88er,8 Annie H, Helena, lot 8, bl 5080, lot
8bl.8., GFl ....... . 184
Knapp, Jas .,.Gt Faale.. ppeersonal .......89
ýsea er, T, Gt Falls,'impt. .............:.... 7 92
Knight, E W, Helena, amelter at Clendenin 90 00
wls CoB, Great Falls, personal imp on
town lot.,... ..................... . 294
Lewis, Jnoo Great Falls, lt 41, bl 18, Gt
Falls ...................... .......... . 11 28
Lawrence, B, St Peter, imp on laud and
personal{.......... .. .............., 7 97
88888881. 818
LOll, Andrew1, 'Gret Fas,48 impon town
tot and personel :........ .............. .... IS 68
Lyon, Leland, Syt Peters, personal .......... 53 55
L8m 8 Frank, K b personal.......... 680
Lea, Mary I, Dearborn. Imp on pub land
andpersonal. ......... 15 73
M1loahey, Wm 'i, 1], 11E0 9,W1W8,
.NWi me2, t. 21, 1t R , Bpd reonal... 03
NoP88888ijE, Cornra.on 2001
ron. Sam'i Great Gi Fa4,pereonal ...... 9 42 I
Mc~innie, John. Gotham, personal ........ 9 84
aDanial, Albert. Great )Valls, pereonal.... 8 76
longld J C. Great Falls, lEdkl 24 QE7
h see 19, lots 6 and 7, sec tp 17, R1
L er al......... ........ '... ..4 09 I0
u8h , Gee. Gorham. personal....... 8 74
rg~.Chauncey, Great Falls, imps
andpersonal ................... ......... 10 22
SBros Great Falls, personal...'.,.:... 87 17
(r, Mfk. Great ].allq impts: ........ 9 Be
ffie T1eoq l:.beh'e vmroment'on 92
, ........,....... ..... ....... 17 I
M Maurice, Truly, personal... '.. 7 10I
Matn M M T~ruly, personal .......... O.O loo
MýyJHtBt rnal................: 11 [
hos., Belt, impaandperal 1.117 94
,l Per, Clendenmn. igtrnvement on q
Ilyo aTY. reat all ippgqranal.:,...'.. 98
urra W.(ret Falls8 tmprovemenl..... 568
r reat Falls, personal..
a, Pe, Sun River, lot 14, b'lok
4 2 lre t als ............................. 7 4
NoaoLB, Clloetnut ppeereonl...... ;...... 72.4
SHenry, Great Falls, personal...... 7 9
NotceN i G. Great Fall, sE eeo W,
, . ;..!oa ue, . .,: ......... I
Uqiell 0 lc..endenin, pears onal.. , .,.
peg 9t.
, bi p and e 6
Powers 1 aE 4 ýp
.peeper Grea.tt t , reonal..,,".... 677
e 1 i~s1e; on l, kk ýa~at ~ie q 6
Peiper Goo F, Great Fals, W. SEWt see
84, &W34 see 85, to 191 R4E E ............ 11 62
Quesnell, Thos, GreatPall, EKs lot 14.
6 , l .. ..... ...... . .. ..... 27 79
Rose, Joe R, Great Falls, imps of pub
land ... ........................... ..... 8 0
Roberts C~has, Great Falls, imps ......... 680
Romp HE Gmrt Falls, imps .............. 690
Raferrt F 8, eihart, imps ................ 12 24
Race E Great Fals, persOnal............ 1 11
Race, W I Gresat Falls. porsmtd.......... 584
Race, Emmet, Groat Falls, personal........ 28 28
Rickard, M , Great Falls, paeronal........ 11 18
R dsGE reat Falls, personal ......... 1 85
Risae , 8 B l ly, WY SEIA sec 14, WYF
pl8, Ra·E .:........:........ 17 52
NWU sec 8,tp 2O. R 4E1 160 acrs, oar
son, and imp, lot i, blk 81, Gt Falls..218 06
R , P nt Great Falls, E% SWIG
Shea r , Great Falls, N ' 1;gi Eh
8EthseW 2,tp 1. R 4E .................. 2810
Sallow, Brest Falls, personal........ 9 61
Seagraves.Go, Great Falls, personal.... 22 09
Shepherd, ER, Fort Shawersonal ....... . 14 18
SmtLe 5by, personal ................ 7 80
S WGreat Falls, personal...... 9 82
Belt, imps and personal .... 7 44
son, Ed 1, Cora, imps and personal.. 20 94
Summers T F, Core, imps and nvrsonal.... 788
Sawii orham, personal .......... 7 25
Suhran Truly, impse and personal 37 9l5
Sann1o, Truly,EA% SWW~i SWI/SEt4
sea 20, t ANEIA s 29, tp 17, R 1015
and 1rs 0n ....................... .. 1729
Tattan, J W Fort Benton, lot 8, blk 189 Gt
Falls, and E'L 8WIA sots 5 and4, sec 7, 20
nd7E 1 ....... 160
Thomson, Jno, Kibby, imps on pub land
and personal ............................. 25 75
Thoroughman, R P, Chlestnut, personal.... i4 78
Travis, Go, Chestnut, 8E14 B WVI lots 8,
9, 10 and 11, see 3, tp 10, R 1 R............ 19 49
Utah Live tuock Co, Dan Morris Agt, Cas
.ado SEIA NEIA and lots 1 and 2, see 5 tp
1S R W--SE. SEIA sac 88, S% NWIA
4W.4 S B EY, sac 2.2, S.a BVWU N%
SWJ4 NWV OEM see 84, tp 18, lW
,nd personal ..............................602 22
Wolfe, Jeremiah, Great Falls, imps on
l and s rsenal.......... .............. 9 50
Whitten, R , Great Falls, imps on land
and personal .............. 7 92
Wiggins, E C. Great Falls, imps. on land
and ppersonal ... l . ........... 7 45
Willis & Rwsaers, ,Great Falls, personnel.... 12 92
Wages, O D, Cascade, personal............. 6 89
Wail, Thos A, Kibby, personal............ 16 80
Warner, P W, Kibby, imps and personal... 8 20
Wall, C L, ibby personal ............. 44 8
Wood, Wilner , Cto Belt, personal ........ 9 29
Welco, Peter, Kibbly, personal............ 8C 65
Wyatt,m, Goham. personal .... ... 24 6
Zingle, Ed Great Falls personal .,......... 12 08
Zimnerm. & Lynch, Great Falls pars'el 18 138
Zeig10ml Ryye, Helena personal..... 72
Chandler Syndicate, Breat Falls, fractional
part SE.4 8W. sec 17 tp 21, R 5 E,
.fractional part EiW.V. NEI.sac 2O, tn 21
R 5E ........................... ...... p..... . 4
Reeler, A B, Spokane Falls, BEY, NW% see
9, an tp 20, 4 E ........................... 8 84
Downing, C P, Great Falls, 13E34 SWN.
WA 8.Y4i and BE! BEY4 su 9, tp 20 N,
R- 4 E . .................................... 21 12
Harris H A, Great Falls, lot 9. blk 474, hot
I0 b Bk 474 Gt Falls ...................... l
Bray 8ho sJ E, GreatFalls, lots 1 and , 4lk
248, lots 4 ad W Y lot t5,blk802, lot 14,
blk 48, Gt Fanlls .......................... 63 7O
ARTHUR E. DICKERMAN,
Treasurer Cascade County.
eol Ranchers l Look Here!
Don't you want a good wind mill
to pump water for your stock, to Irrigate
your garden, yard, etc.? If so, call on or
address J. M. Gaunt, Cascade, Al. T.,
15io handles tlhe old reliable Halliday.
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Follows the use of Syrup of Figs, as it
acts gently on the
KIDNEYS, LIVER l BOWELS
Effectually Cleansing the System when
L.>utive or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and, permanently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
without weakening or irritating the or
gans on which it acts.
or Sale in 500 and Sl.00 Bottles by
all Leasding Drsggists.
NANUPAOUDRND ONLY BY 'm
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP 00
BAo PsAeoIsce, CAL.,
•ansnoos,. KY., Now YosB. K. Y.
Administrator's Notice.
Natice is hereby given, that in pursuane of an
rder of the probate court of the county of Oas
oade, territory of Montana, made on the 10th day
at January, 1889, in the matter of the estate of
Matilda Rowlea, deceased, the undersigned, the
adminiatrator of the estate of said Matilda
Rowles, deceaed, will sell t private sale, t9 the
ation by said~ rebate court, on Saturday the 9th
day of Febrtarny, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. .n., atthe
late residence of deceased, in Sn River valleyy,
in the countaty of Cascade. all the right title, in
terest and estate of the said Matilda aowles at
the time of her death andalltheight, title and
interest that the said estate has, by operation of
law or otherwise, acquired other than or in ad
dition to that of the said Matilda Rowie at the
time of her death in and to all that cortain lot,
piasa or parcel of landsitlate, lying and bain
in the said county of Cascade, territory of Mon
tana, and bounded and denaebd as follows, to
wit:
The SB of SWOI, seaotion 20, townaShip 21
orth range a east
Said adainiatrator will also sell the following
desibed personal properaty, tJ-wit:
Smil.oa h cows.
Srange cows.
2 lyear-old steers.
21-year-old heifers.
1 -year-ald steer,
2 spring calvet-heifera,
2 spring Dalves--teers,
2 .difis, o years old,
1 crdaer°m suit--8 pieces,
Spairs aataatat
4 arrote.
1 set turnitae, bedlteada washstand and glass.
i set parlor atriture--9 piaces.
2 center tablhs.
2 pieces parlor furniture-mirror and wha tnol
1 heating stove complete.
1 set dining ohairs--t.
1 safte.
Sdining table.
2 brackets.
Sdesk or aecretaary,
1 workstand,
1 net dishes. e
Sdozen knivesaand taforks.
155 dozen spoons.
l cook sto and utensils,
l hand lamps.
1 bedroom eait-bedstead,washstand and glass.
1 ie chest.
d8 an milk pans.
1churn.
1 ice cream freezer.
1 washing set-washter, wringer and tub.
latone jars,
5aaailt pails.
Terms and conditions of sale: Cash on the
day of sale and onaonfirmation at sale by mId
probate aaart. Deedaat expnaae of tanrhaaer,
EDWIN D. IIASTaE,.
Administrator of the estate o latllda Rowles,
deaeased,
January lth, 1889.
Fist publicataon Jaw, 10th, 1889,
Stephens, lyall& Co
PROPRIETORS OF THE
BARKER BAKERY
Coffee House and Grocery.
a LENDENIN, MONT.
We are prepared to suanppy the wante of the camp
QVivUtv A h .Itt
o A. BROADWATER, President. C. M. WEBSTER, Secretary.
PARIS GIBSON, Vice-President A. E. DICKERMIAN, Trensu es
THE GREAT FALLS
'ate--Power Townsite Co,
Industrial City.
GREAT FALLS, having the greatest available water-power on the American
continent, is destined to be the chief industrial city of the northwest. The Montana
Smelting Company is now erecting here the largest works for the reduction of ores
in the United States, and other extensive manufacturing enterprises will soon be
inaugurated.
GREAT FALLS is now the terminus of three railroads-the St. Paul, MIinne
apolis & Manitoba, the Montana Central and the Great Falls and Sand Coulee line.
It is the Commercial Center of Northern Montana.
It has a population of 2,000 and is growing rapidly. Enterprises now under way
and to be inaugurated will more than double the population this year.
No town in the Rocky Mountain region offers greater inducements to the settler
or investor, and all such are respectfully invited to come and see for themselves.
For information regarding GREAT FALLS and surrounding country, address
CHAS. M. WEBSTER, Secretary,
Great Falls, Montana.
Murphy, Maclay & Co.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS.
DEALERS IN
AND
Heavy Hardware,
CENTRAL AVENVE,
GREAT FALLS, - - - MONTANA.
H. O. CHOWEN. PRESTON KING F. B. WILCOX
President. Vice-President. Be.. dTreas.
CATARACT MILL COMPANY
Merchant Millers.
Mannufacturere of the following Brands of High-Grade Flour:
Diamond, Gold Dust,
Cataract, Silver Leaf.
CASH PAID FOR WHEAT. MILL FEED FOR SALE
OFFICE - Cent Avene, near orner of Park Drive. MILL - Foot o Central Avenue.
C R. E A.T P'A L S.
I. L. ISRAEL. JOSEPH L. SILVERMAN.
ISRAEL & SILVERMAN,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
CENTRAL AVENUE,
GREAT FALLS, . MONTANA,
H. {INoWALD. J. A. CARRIER.
. Ringwald & Carrier,
i PRACTIOAL
Watchmakers, Jewelers and
opticians.
DEALERS IN
Diamonds, Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
Rich Jewelry Field GlassesR, Et. Fine Watch
Repairing a specialty. Cental a., Great' Falls.
F.W. WAITE,
-DEALER IN
Furniture, Parlor Goods
MATTRESSES, BEDDING, ETC.
SPRACTICAL
Watchmaker & JeweIer
. T IARSTO N All line onstantlry on hand at low prim.
S All work reeived from a distanocepromptly attendod t. Satisfaction guaanteed.
Peeonl street, - BetweenI Central Ave. and First Ave. South!

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