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NME SEMII- WEEK, Y .EDITION. VOLUME I . NUBER ~69 GROEAT FALLS, MONTAN. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1889. PRICE FIVE .": °' " :. . .... . ..PR .ICE, FIVE CENTS ATEHIOOD COMING. MISGIVINGS ARE STEADILY DISAPPEARIN4G. mnalipse Bill Miy be Senit to the Presldent Within wo WVeeks- He WIll Certainly Sign It. ASHINOTON, Jan. 24-The prediction be made !that Springer's omnibus will pass the senate as soon as the and Union Pacific funding bills are f the way. Two weeks will not before the bill will be sent to the dent. He will approve it, too. Mr. 's coimmittee on territories will be to report before ,the end of the on the house amendments to the or the dmission of -Sotth Dakota. bill will then go into conference. It be discussed at some length before acted U~pi A Tfew Sieep Company. LNA, Jan. 24.-The Montana-Ne. a Sheep company have filed with rritorial seclktary articles'of incor ion, the object being to buy, sell and ,ange sheep and the product thereof, I al generally therein, and to hold and re property, bothireal. and personal. tat stock /I5,000 1h shlresof $500. tees and incorporatord-phharlee E. ance, H. H. Sverance and Thomas uesey, whose place of business is Fergus county, Montana. That Omnibus Bill. -AsrNnToN, Jan. 28-In an interview, e MacDnhald said that he believed wheh the territorial bill reached atr rence that Mr. Springer would be ng to accept his (MacDonald's) pro- i amendment which was in part re- w by the house, His amendment hat South Dakota be admitted into dnon under its present constitution. hi ms that te omnisusi bill ,does ano.t with as much o ipstti.fi'as.iighi petted from tie senate end of the. I. SenatcriOitwart, who it me- "I f the committeeoh territfee bt :m It will passe,an-hei says ti t e'ry ef senator will support it. The ter- t ebill will b Itaken up,in the lenate after the coneiusion of tihe tariff I1 - . de case f. Joseph Lf, found deaod on orthern Pacific track, find a verdict fe' ,ied frsiom= an unaknown' cause. plof foof foul play was sustal.ed. d hole in the scalp, penetrating to urface of the skull, indicates that instrument must have been used to death. but It is possible that a bolt er projection about the Iron of the acks may have inflicted the wound. [n more has been learned establish. eantity of the deceased than was ed by the papers found upon the North" Dakoet Aeronmed. AacK, Dak., Jan. 28.-A constitu convention for riNpth Dakota was upon by the senate this afternoon l be held at Grafton, Walsh ccun April. A Disll .attle Mrkent. ao, Jan. 28- --'Cattle--receipts, low. Choice to:extra beeves, $4.92 steers, $email@example.com; stockers and $firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas. cattle, $1.80 Silver Still Low. quiet, Lead weak, and' more apSmma Buarsi Dead. ronon, Jn, '0-QaCngressman dead.. '18. woe (reinMri5 ri. A, Jan. 21.-The house has re petion from citlzeos of Pergus, idCascade onsules' ask for a Gosd Asn Potatoes Yonx, telegram; 4. species of pond lily grows everwhbere in and w.s receitly recognized by ý botadnis; ir ig 5 famouS od. This ie a deilcy whose Ike root is'considered finer than yams. - The siieqgvqrer sent ho planted t.hem and rs bed near. Yesterday two barrelsof, them from San Francisco-. and were bought at 20 cents per pound. A i550 fer d Mvilhin. ll be introduced some time this Sere around selecting tihe erthis week that will be in the bill to act when we are fromt } h. county, in the se. of tempo iY conty blcers.- Is New Ideal Jan4-9. Wshi. Cape in IJews. oas, Iowa, Jan. 28.~The In a of the organilzation :f White ."' ewaseems to be 'mak in redt poaits remotely sitiiat each other, persop. have re onymous lettere advisng them ethelr copt , 4u of the I ity or pree-s vipar f vi ton s eWhite Cape. 'n oth ye received warning sipfiscath o 1 f .$e Law aend Org0e leg e . Ukr o sk' bees tol Ih toreto leave the cityb "CJdý e, of the Journal, has been notfled i-.to thsa o re. an D d wOp that o l ya ppeur nhas i fi o o r a a must leave the city without delay, or we will inake it warm for you." The notice. was written in red ink, and ornamented with sktil.and crossbones; fNo attempt siY has been made to injure theperson of aay, htI yet threatened, but the dutbreak Coming from so many different points at Once, indicates a sort of preconcerted movemhent to extend the order into this ten state. "Jack the Hipper" In Limbo 1~nw HAVwa, Conn., Jan. 23.- A man recently wrote to the postmaster saying that he was about to begin slaughtering on women, and signed himself "Jack the Ripper." The police arrested F R. Har rison, on the charge of forery, and let ters in the same handwriting as that re ire ceived by the postniaster were found on him. lot An Eloping Family. he ST. LouIs, Jan. 21.--Henry Thomas, a Ir. farmer, living at Bblar, Mo., discovered be that two of his four'daughters had eloped he with Charles and Saimuel Hashburn. He he gave chase, shot the two men dead and tone of his daughters mortally. Return ing home he found his other two It daughters hd eloped with T. Allison re and E. Gleason. Thomas started after them, secured the girls and was going shome'when a mob met him and strung him up to a tree. Public sympathy is with the lynchers. l GO)DAS IN TOWN. STHE ALLEGED MURIDERER ARRIVES id WITH SHERIFF JEFFRIES. 0. The Story or His AttempteI Flight Tnrln is Out to be a Fabrication-He Asngerts That He Is Innsest. t Godas, the notorious Godas who was tried for a murder on the Dearbarn,found e guilty and sentenced to be hanged, was in Great Falls today. He was on his way back from Regina. Canada, in com pany with Sheriff Jeffries of Helena, who Shad gone to that remote region -to fetch him back to the Lewis and Clarke county tjail. It'a'll be remembered that Godas man aged to escape from jail one Sunday m.orniagaest year and that after a series of hairbreadtliescapes he found his way toCanada. , There he went among the Indians and half-breeds and for a time defl.l.d4tection, baut a, length t onou . .Thpy were inaditd to do so'by Ihe liberal rewardlwh'ich Governor Leslie offered for the fugitive's recapture. Then followed tedious extradition pro ceedingsa,whlih ended finally in the sur render of Godas to Sheriff Jeffries. Godas sat today in the colonist sleeping car with Mr. Jeffrtes, who has not lost sight of lim since they left Regina, ex cept when Godas was placed in jail twice to await trains. The pridbner was heavily shackled. His hands were held by hand cuffs and on his foot was an Oregon iron boot, which would have prevented him fromn walking, were he even placed on the solid earth. He seemed cheerful and says that ie will prove his innocence. He says he can tell who committed the murder and is now better able to give explanations to his lawyers than before, as he knows more English. He smiled when a Tam. uomE reporter asked him regarding his alleged attempt at escape or suicide, say ing that the newspapers must talk. Mr. Jeffries also denied the Helena Record's story and said thatGodas had been very 1 quiet since he took him into custody. In apPearance Godas las -all the out hlnes. of the half-breed. His hair is black; his forehead low and sloping; his eyes are hazel and have a wild, restless expression. In stature heis below the medium height. aMtay persons crowded about Godas, but he seemed heedless of the,UnfprtuUate notoriety which he has acquired. S r o bipt.oie tIp Pensmlv'ula. HAREi ,~Pi Ln. 22.--A joint res olution proppging an amendment to the tonstitution prohibiting the sa orl o tsp ufacture of lito4ilatlng liquors was pLssed by the hosei today. The "resolu tlon then went to thepsenote e The Conti COlaim. HELENA, Jan. 28.-The Choteau vs. Cascade case lieas been submitted ly, briefs to the supreme court. 4 decision will be handed down very soon. The tailroad Aeeldent. BUTTr, Jan. 28.--Trains are running as usual on the Montana Central, Butte division. tazelton was the name of the brakeman who was killed. The Next Cabinet. BALTIuoaE, Jan. 28.-H-on. Jas. G. Blaine was:asked here: "Will you be our next seaerstsrfof state?" "That could be. better, answered at Indinapolis," he replied. The Greek Wins, SoCnktoi, Pa., Jan. aa,-The wrestling match, catch as catch can, between the Japanese, Matsada SBorakichi, and the Greek,.Antonto Plerre, resulted in a vic tory.for-tht, latter tfter a terrible struggle, in *ilch thelJap.was strangled sq that blood fowed from his nostrils. He won the firat bout; in the second e wasd strangled and downed; in t~hsaiiird,,i sp|te.q bha weak eeas, he strug.ild f9r 47 s ies bdftopstbehe' 0redak succeeded is dos.wng <hlI.l.' ,The. cowd was exceed igle.xaspertated at bhe rough treatmen acoorded the -Japsanesa and there 'was nearly a rioteat one time, Warhy Waasy Pads. Womsn leas their beauty bpecase colds ue.d t ..m tDt.oar' Dr rsi i't, s "a abmast n'iur aoer colds, Lapsro 155s." ELOPEMENT. NORA MoCLURE FLEES FROM DEER oa LODGE WITH HER LOVER. red his Attempted Murder at Chleago-Alsaelane Going to Florida-The Wooleton Water Company Appeals. he DER O IDGoo, Jan. 24.-For several months past, ii Will Arms has i en paying attent1iSot4Miss l'ora McOilre, 17 years of age, cotiary to the wisltei of her mother. Ot~Siiday, Miss McC1 re returned fromAn~enada, where she had I met Mr. Arms and made all arrange- I ments for their flight. She went direct I to her home and in the absence of her mother, packed up hter few neceseary ie articles, after which she met Mr. Arms. d They kept concealed during the day, hut boarded the 7:30 south bound train since t which time they have not been heard of. wild Gertie Miller.. tg C oco, Jan. 28-Gertle Miller, a pret g ty and vivacious girl, created quite a sen Isation at her home at 208 Dearborn street late last night. The girl has been head. strong and has been frequenting houses of doubtful reputation. Last night she started to leave home, presumably to go to one of the houses which she has been accustomed to visit. Her mother stopped her, when the girl drew a revolver and fired ather mother. The bullet missed its mark, but the noise attracted the at tention of an officer. At the eight of the T policeman the girl rushed to a window and attempted to leap from it to the street, 20 feet below. She was taken to the armory, where she was locked up. She is but 16 years old. Bound for Florida. NEW YoRK, Jan. 28.-What appears to h be one of the biggest consignments of ce contract labor ever landed here in one h ship was discovered by accident at the II landing of the passengers from La Cham- in pagnue at Castle Garaen Sunday. It was 0h noticed that more than every other man tr of the 218 steerage passengers-was bound ju for Florida, and it was found that all had In come front Alesac, ermany, and that cI their passage money had been paid by a he man named dG~. Strum of that proyince. he Later in the da .7member of the firm of re Stratton & Storm his city appeoaed at th Castle Gliden;: H - H dh bewasaniAla- In Florida and popedurnshing an iac family wlth a ouse d40acres of li and start them at. aiosing sumatra tobfcco. He would buy the product. The emigrants were detained awaiting ch the action of Collector Magone. tha Dg Appealed. >st HELENA, Jan. 24-The Woolston Water . company have filed their bond and ap ce pealed to the supreme court of the United Sy tates in the case decided against, them d- last week by the territorial supreme court, as to the validity of ordinande No. 93. The company is -sanguine that the idecision will be reversed at the Washing in ton tribunal. e A New Democratle Paper. e D.nE LoDGtn, Jan. 2.--Last summer ad an attempt was made to establish a demo to dratic paper in this city and the demo s crats throughout the territory were solic ited to subscribe for stock, but the scheme la fell through and has since been regarded as a dead issue. In the last few days, I r however, the original" promnoters of the scheme have quietly perfected arrange ments whereby Deer Lodge county is to Sbe represented by a firetlelasa weekly democratic paper. - United Staten Mat-r st hal P. S. Kelly is at the head of the is company. This fact alone is sufficient to commend the proposed publication to the Is democrats of Mtontana, as Mr. Kelly is an v a old-time newspaper man and will spare i e no pains to make the only democratic d ournrl in te county worthy of its ob a Axworthy Turns Over His Property. CLEVELAND, Ohio, Jan. 22.-Attorney C Andoetr returned today from Toronto, t Ot. He bore papers tb which he had r obtained the nignat.re of Thomas Ax e lworthy,.t h defAt z e urer of (tleye a4d, E'rejinj - thib Axworthy tl rest estate aiQ Other- property to his vic ims. : Axworthy's wife ie'with1 hs, and his people will settle in Toronto - 7iufiden Fire, ,Pr .,ap.t.Fa , 22.-"A fre le rag- t ingat the' Jactsn' iKnest near' Jackson, ci Sinthe onhuellavi.le . tele regegio. Tihe mince are owned by Jms. Cochrane & Soua,. and are .among the oldest in the ci 'ico Regtio.; It is feared the mines will be i.tally destroyed, Passed at Last. S W .strtToN, Jan. 281The senate, tar iI bill-has been passed by a party voter tb fa English Naval Oancer. at . NEW YORK, Jan. 23.-Several English to naval efficers arrived here today on the Ta steamship Nevada, It is reported they Cl were bound for Bermuda, but they de- be Plined to state their errand. It is whis. pered tabout, however, that the. party would eventually turn pp in a Hatien port, with a viewo making observations In as to the advisability of sending Brithish to men-of-war to protect English residents. as 1a"ure Thing" OGame, an HELENA, Jan. 28.-The principal sec- w tion in the Hunt anti-gambling bill is as follows: aection 1. That if any person or per sons shall deal, play at or make ay .bit or wager of any kind, for money or any- to thing representing money or other thing hr of value, at "any of the game or games ax called designated or known as C three tic cord 'o te," "trap or belt game ha . .th ..lertgiftipa safe geme, "blackh 81 redi ,stel, '"t9 dive games," per aieilta..sd-homs poker,' 0percetage Ci draw poker," "twenty-one," "high-bsll," it "blue jay." "chuck1 ok "short faro," "roulette," "two card x faro" "loaded dice game," "bee ht e game," "case game," "brace faro ga e," "keno," "high R for luck game," "br e," "envelope ame" or any of the games called by different names, or' game or games similar to those enu ein this:at, but called by differ n imen or shall as Induce or solicit, or atmpt to induce or solicit, any person or r sone whatever to make any bet or wag.. Or play at any such game or games is gulty. of a felony, and on conve.ol thereof shall be imprisoned in the ltorlalpeniten tiary for a time not t tlien one nor al more than five years, t1 by a flue not less than one hundred tor more that five n hundred ldollars." of oling Fowaid. re PUEBLo. Col., Jan. 28-Money hasbeen ,d raised here to immediately push the com e- pletion of the Pueblo, 4unnison & Paci et fic railroad. This mill give Pueblo ir another road to the splthern coal fields y and will make the 15t.irailroad radliting e. fromthis city.' Z here re now 14 operat it tng from here underflve railroad sys ae tem. Will Watol fSamoa. Loxnox, Jan. 28.--A ruiser belonging to the Britilsh-AustralJn squadron, has been dispatched to' Sam, where she will 1 at arrive at the end of.the urrent week. - GODASI JAIL. n HE REMPEATS IN l HELENA HIS d DENIAL OF THE APE STORY. d • The Choteau and Caea Suit Coming to an End--Uonltedn States Mar e shal Kelly Starte a News paper. HELHAx, Jan. 28.-.Gorge Godas, the :o half breed murderer, is once mere in the f county jail. Sheriff Jeasies arrived with e him about 5 o'clock yesterday evening. e In general appearance,' odas s. greatly i- Improved since he. left sere, being much fs fleshier and showing he has had good n treatment. He said tegitatement that he d jumped from a train to escape, is abso lutely false. The prisoner was quite t cheerful and talkative ;l the way until a he came within aight~ elena. When1 -he stepped from the , he seemed to regain his splrit4, bt noattention to Sthebim. a oses and tile sherif n and his ward stepped in and were rapidly j, driven to the county jail, Hwheeti6hother i anxious crowd had congregated to get a glimpse of thr prisoner. te Godas alighted rathersprightly and ex- aI changed courtesies with the officials as they recognized him. "Hello, George," a said Jailor Witten. "Hello. Will,I'm 1 back home again," responded Godas. The II distinguished guest was well received at rc the jail and knowing that he was due C yesterday, the most elaborate cell in the it place was reserved for him. It is called P the bridal chamber being the cell set 5: apart for female prisoners. It is in this JO cage that Godas will remain under death ti watch, two special guards having been 0 employed to watch him. to Godas has acquired much better use of 01 the English language than he had when th here before, In relation ~bo hiscapture,B his story does not materially differ from s that related in these columnsbefore. He t says he stood off one man who attempted w to arrest him single-handed, but the i mounted police proved to much for him. 01 He denies the stories sent here to the ef- is fect tat he said Le would not be taken se to Helena alive. 'He stoutly claims that he is innocent of the crime for which he was"condemhed to hang. . Uardiff Wine on a Foul. Msr MwIEapoLxse,Jan, %, =The Il-round cqntest with small gloves, Queenabury utiles; between Patsy Cardiff of Minneap olis, and Jim Fell, the champion heavy weight of Michigan, come off last even Sling. In the first four'roundeFell .wag on the aggressive an:l got in some heavy blows. Cnrdiff claimed first blood in the second round. In the next three rounds honors were about even, but in the eighth r Cardli began to rush and did some etec tivre work in. that and the'succeeding I rounds. "In the eleventh Fell seemed to weaken and most of his blews were not effectivewhlte Cardiff did some telling work. From this time it.as apparent that Cardiff had the beat of it. The fif teenth round was a. -rough andtumble - one, in which Fell tried hard to bold his own, eveo when forsed agaflut the ropes. Finallythe men began to figlt veageily clinching and wrestling, In defiance of the referee's order. Cardiff's friends claimed a foul and the referee gave him t.0 aght oi that ¢onnd. aeither men reent9aly seize,1d anlthough Coardis b conlitlon was the bea Fi feavy Falure.r. WINONA, Minn., Jan 88,-Chai. W, t ocic '.d of St. Charles, the owner of several elevators and warehouses along the line of the Northern Pacific, has failed. It to isestlmated now that the amouitinvolved in the failure i likel to run up to $800,000. The fillure e is said to be due to speculation in Chicago. The creditors are for the most part in c Chicago and St. Paul. Scofield has not a been seen since Wednesday. a Itreeght BIak. Wirocaot, Jot, 0.-4tpecla l to the Independent,]-Fifty horses from a band recently seizedby the Canadian customs I, authorities for infraction of the Oustoms ti laws at Fort Macle0d have been stolen and driven back toward Montana, They C were traced as far as Whoopup by the police who were going to Fort Benton, t( cut were ordered back, a A Savage Marder. EvANvIroovr, Ind,, Jan, 8.-uIn Center townahlp, yesterday, John M. Dann brained Edward Vallendingham' with an I ax, striking him from behind and cut- r ting his head nearly in two, The men d bad quarrelled over some trivial matter. IIOIV§COUVt1 and Cootoinptlon Cure i sy d p Y us fo e Us oa a gurantee. B It ccrea Couno ption, Idpeyre Bros, C BRIBERY CHARGED. MUCH COMMOTION IN THE MIN NESOTA LEGISLATURE. Washburn and Sbin .n:l to Have Unda Boodle-The Senate Finally Casts Its Vote for Wash burn. MINNEAPO,Is, Jan. 22.-The Minne sota house of representatives adjourned until tomorrow without balloting for Uditid States senator, pending inves tigation of charges of bribery in the con nection with the senatorial fight. The senate considered the bribery matter in secret session for two hours today and a partial report was made which contained chargeswhich SenatorBuckman, in an elo quent speech said were, made by men whose characters woula not bear very c:ose investigation. Senator Ward, another strong Sabin man and a member of the investigating committee, announced that both Wash burn and Sabin had been implicated in the charges made and he would vote for neither. The substance of the partial re ports offered by the committee was that one man was offered a good goverinment position if he would vote for Sabin. An other claims to have been offered $1,000 to vote for Washburn, while d third says a Washburn man gave him wine until he was so drunk he did not know whether he received any money or not. At a quarter before midnight the hear ing was concluded. The doors were opened and the senate pro-eeded to vote for a United States senator. Mr. Daniels nominated Gen. W. D. Washburn. No nomination was made by the democrats and they refrained from voting. Several senators made brief re marks about the alleged bribery. The ballot resulted as folloWs:.E At. Wilson 2, Knute Nelson 1. Waslhbut 24. The vote:was completed at 19:15 and the sen ate adjourned. aco aujourne. Lynching Affray. FonT Wosmen, Tea., Jan. 21.-About 10 o'clock last night, while a deputy United States marshal with a posse of Graham citizens were escorting four i Marlow brothers, Buck Hart and another man named Pierce Parker to the county jail at Weatherford, the prisoners being indicted for four murders and eight cases of horse theft, a mob of 30 citizens at tempted to lynch them. The marshal and party defended the prisoners. Marshal Johnson, with his prisoners, occupied hacks, and the mob pulled Marshal Johnson from the hack lnd[ then fired into'the hack from each side of the road. Ephrama and Alf. Marlow and Sam Ciesswell, one of tie guards, were killed instantly. Bruce Wheeler and Frank Parmason, of the mob, were killed at the first volley of the guards, while Marshal Johnson and Eugene Logan, the latter of the mob, were fatally wouunded. The other two Marlows were chained to the two Marlows who were killed. They se cured a knife and cut off the legs of their dead brothers at the ankle, and with Buck Hart, another one of the prisoners, escaped in one of the hacks. Both of the Marlows who escaped and Buck Hart were wounded and were forced to stay at a farm house four miles from Graham. Oficers have gone to arrest them, and it is thought that their wounds are too serious to permit their escape. Metal tMarket. .EW YORK, Jan, 22,-Bar silver 92.c. Copper-Easier, especially futures; lake and January $17.25. Lead-Weaker, domestic $3, 82%, Cattle Market, COlcoAo, Jan. 2s. - Cattle-receipts, 9,600; slow. Choice beeves, $4.00@ 4.40; steers, $email@example.com; stockers and feeders, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Indian steers, $1.80 0,20. _ MONTANA s52NT2Gs. S In Helena thetpresldont of the council has anneunced the appointment of extra i clerks as follows: RL Davis, A P Brown, SJ L Jensen and E S Walker. He stated tt that the fifth clerk would be named later, gas it was desired to secure a stenographer it and typewriter for that position. - One of the hottest contested battles that e has ever taken place in the territory waw fought at ,Missonla .attirday night be tween FciL. Shepley of HIelena and Johp roSela of lissoula, Shepley win ning in the sixth round by a knock-out blow. The fight was for a purse of $100, a which was paid to the winner, In Helen a lithte hoy pamed Riley was seveely bittea in the face by Colonel Hantley's dog e'Wtt" Sunday afternoon, Dr. Lelser was slnlo.ed and sewed oup the wounds. It is feared the boy will ha t disfigued for life, Col. reundleyhas selt the dlog toeh.is raobh, whese he will be kept In the futare, oIn the st. Louis market Monday West Granite openediat $1.07i and closed at $1.12oS bid. San Francisco opened early at 43 cents and closed firm at t1N. The failure of Alexander Street, who I conducted a dry goods and clothIng store t at Wickes, Is announced. He made an assignment to Charleos , P.nd of New York. Do Not Suffer Alny Losnger. Knowing that a cough can be checked In a day, and the first stages of consomp. tion broken In a week, we hereby guaran tee Dr, Acker'a English Remedy for Comstmptton, and will refund the money to all who buy, take it as per directions, and do notfind our statement correct. For sale by Lapeyre Bros. .tleh COows For Sale. I will sell, together or separately, 40 milch cows, all in good condition. I am roing out of the dairy buslnega and can do well for any one needing the above. Great Falls, FRs405p GantnIo. LDIoUP WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchltla Immedliately cured by ShlloBh's COre. For sale at Lapeyre pIfos C BACH, CORY & CO Great Falls, Montana. Groceries, lardiare, Crockery, Stoves and Tinware. We carry the largest stock of Groceries and Hardware in Northern Montana. GROCERY DEPARTMENT. This stock is all new goods of the best grades only. We bay everything in car lots from first hands and our prices cannot be met west of the Iissouri river. Hardware Department. ritory. This stock includes Mining Tools, Steel, Iron, etc., Blacksmith Supplies of all kinds, Builder's and General Hardware, Henting and Cooking Stoves and a fiul assortment of Tin and Granite Ware. ANNUAl CLEARING SALE, Jensen, The Shoeman. For the next three weeks we will offer our stock of Ladies, Men's Children's BOOTS AND SHOES, At prices that will warrant any one needing shoes this coming year to in vest in them now. We want to clear out as many goods as possible before receiving our spring line. NOTE A FEW PRICES: One lot of Ladies' Waukenphast Genuine Dongola Kid, Day-sewed Shoes, in D and E widths, all sizes, at $2.60. One lot of Ladies' Dongola Kid Shoes in Opera or Common-sense lasts, C, D and E widths, at $2.50. In fact everything in our store will sold at about cost. We want to sell a good many boots and shoes before March 1st, and if prices will be an inducement, we will do it. Call and convince yourselves of the truth of the above statements. Our patrons who know how we do business know we make no statements that we cannot fulfill. J. H. McKNIG-HT & CO DEALERS IN Farm a Sring Wagons, Road Wagon Bnokhoards, Road Carts SnerioF GOra" Drill SalkPows, Breaking and tirre lowe .arrowa , vCalim rs, ents an agon W ovea , bed and Plain Pence Wire. Team and Buggy Harness, Saddlae Bridles, Et. WHIPS, COOPER'S SHEEP DIP, SEWING MACHINES, Mowers and Reapers, Threshing Machines, HAY RAKES, HAY PRESSES, HAY LOADERS, We are sole agents for Woods' Mowers and Binders. John Deer Plows, and the Bain Wagons. Central Ave., near Third street, Great Falls. W. B. RALEIGH. F. H. MEYER. J. W. BELLIS. W. B.. RALEIGH & CO. The Leading Dry Goods House. All are iinvited to examine Our Low. Prices which we are giving on all SEASONABLE - GOODS "TIS "mEEK, Before Stock- Taking. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. W. B. RALEIGH & CO., CENTRAL AVE., - - GREAT FALLS.