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OLUME 8. NUMBER 71 , C'EAT FALLS, MONTANA. ;'ATiJRDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS
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ATE WANTS TO LEAVE OUT
:anid Canada Anneand-ESati
bury Realves to Withdraw
NOox, Jan. 80.-A slimly at
ucusof republican senators was
morning to discuss the course
owed in the treatment of the ap
of the territories for admission. I
ited time for discussion it was
ly apparent that there had
or no change in the position
epublican senators on the sub
e last session. A disposition
ii to repolt the house omnibus
senate with amendments ex
ew Mexico Lind letting in North
Dakotas, Montana and Wash
oformal action was taken.
go Wdse e-Appointda.
, -Jan. 81.-8pecial tohe a
,8.. Wade has beeni nomin- 6
'resident Cleveland as chief
S. Wade, who, has been reap
hief justice of Montana, was
hio in 18885. He became s law
s native county and ield the
robate judge, Hewdid military
dring part of the civil war and
,came state senator.
rving his second term as sen
Wade was appointed in 1871;
ce of Montana, by Presiden
1887, he was' succeeded by
Connell whose recent reslgna a
ed to his re-appointment. While
se Judge Wade hee been a part
firm of Wade, Toole & Wal
e is a strong republican
Delegate Toole may have had
to do with his reappointment,
y cause. surprise among demo
he Street Uor Stlrike. i
0K, Jan. 81.-The New York
strike is still on.
Jan. 81.--1r. Paris Gibson is t
AnAquitted. 5 u
Jan. 8t.-Mrs. Rawson, wife in
ilionaire banker, was acquitted a
geaof shooting Lawyer Whlit
Roox, Ark., Jan. 81.-The
in joint session has re-elected t
United States senator.
Tos, W. Va., Jan. 80.-The
in joint session has balloted
sited States senator ivithout a
London Wool taes. a
Jan. 29"--The wool sales Ji
y with a full attendancd. Bid-1
isk and the prices of the last ]
aintained. - a
Selested a Site.
Jan. 1.-It is' said that the
tile railroad has selected a
pot at Butte, .in the Placer a
Mercary street and very
of the city.,
IBrn a-Arrested, L
Jan. 80.-Wm. O'Brien waa
aldcheter while a.dressing
,an. 80.-Bar silver 988o.
onger, lake and January $17.
Dull and fairly steady, do
go's Soak Market. .
etwee.diu c loweir ,
extra )hves 84.1¢@4.85I t
.00; stackers and: feeders
was cattle SP.4008:8s.
lebury Yleld. '1
ain 30.-The Manchester i
are, will wgl~.y thea g I
a n coun:a lt'addltri eesany. ,
to operate onsthe shore.
nlpe New Rlgte. t
Jan. 80.--W. T. Watson, lo
ineer of the Oregon Railway
oa company, with a corps of
each ·this place fr0m tles
day and joined his line with
rlioi Pacific,'receatly r.1
n kthit soulu' by E.nglneer, a
r.Wte.p leaves for or rtland a
, ii1|nll _ umber of men
Ihue ..ies Those here in a
knOw say ,tais on the newly
Wlis iil-he tuaningby-the frat
1890.' 'ithlepeople of the
county are jubilant over the
for the future.
A Pluneky Cowboy.
Jan80. 8.- Tonigit' fain
Oey ers, a cowboy, who was
om a fracture of the iftt
e ankle, ceaused by his horse
he nsa gjdvgqring tincon
SO1 miles at 9i o'clock the next
crept the entire di.n.as oan
'asd knees, exhibiih g great
oenLoa IIl,, Jan. 80-In the eapti
oes of theb pIoeral aeeptahly
took a recess to greet Senator Cullom"
That gentleman made a speech, thanking
the members for his re-election. Turn
, ing to questions of national interest he
said, among other things, that he had
been interested for some time in the
question of our relations with (anada.
" IHe did not wish now todiscuss the work
of the congressional committee, which is
looking into the matter; e ib tm ly de
sired to intimate that hise feeling is that
the peopleaof the United States shotld so
control affairs that eventually-not with
war, not with vibBlece-that a policy will
be adopted that will result, in the end, in
planting the American flag upon Canada's
s soil, at our north.
COUNCIL AND HOUSE.
Kennedy's Divorce Bill Promptly De.
d HELENA, Jan. 81.-In the council,
n yesterday, the following bills were in
By Middleton-Relating to formation of
By Kenedyb-Relating to Montana law
In committee of the whole the gamb- I
Ung bill, after discussion, was referred to
a speclal bommittee, oymposed of Thomp
. son of silver Bow, Hatch and Conrad.
Mr.Kennedy's bill requiring county at
torneys to appear in divorce cases was
Messrs. Hatch, Kennedy and Conrad
were appointed on a joint committee to
- vtii he asylum and penitentiary.
The bill to admit women to practice
law was considered in committee of the
whole and its passage recommended.
The bill to authorize county commis
sioners to levy not more than one mill
for building, free bridges, was recom
mended favorably. Mr. Collins endeav
o,red to have it amended so as to -require
a.petition of 200 tax-payers before said t
levy be made, but without success. An
amendment requiring a petition of 100
was also defeated. A
HOUSE 0ROCE5P IN0 D .
Mr1 Huint introduced a bill which pro
'idesn thnt-ny .incorporated town having
an iise ses usiusation of $1,20,000 orover
is authorized to submit to the qualified
electors of said city the question whether |
coupon bonds shall be issued on the cred
it of such cities to an amount not exceed
ilg (including existing indebtedness) "
4 per cent of its assessed valuation, for I
the purpose of constructing waterworks,
public building's, etc.
The bounty bill came up for considera
tion in coommittee of the whole. It. was
amended ane'its passage recommended. I
It fixes the bounty on wolves and coyotes n
at $1.25 each, bears $', lions $$, vld catse
tnud lynx IOc. An effort, wai made to
tack on ground 'qujrrelsbut it was un
i successful, .
loe Wtsiey for Hdseman.
BozaMAN, Jan. 81.-The distillery plant
is lost to BIlbeman, owing to the reported
selling out of the eastern stockholders to
WAsmHIOTow, Jan. 81.-The senate dis
cassed the Samoan difficulty, yesterday. a
LIeading Senators of both parties .say the n
United States must resent the insult of- t'
fered us -by Bismarck. The presdent °
sends a message to congress on the sub
ject, giving the iltest commusicationO
receiv dfrom the German pretmier. Te
latter asks for a meeting, but declares his
tintention of maing war on ing Mt
acefa, ruler of the Samounse, The situas
tion is becoming a little serious, r
4 Big E.nalse.
P PutaADnlrcA, Jan. 80.-The steam
ship British king from Liverpool, landed
at Philadelphia, Monday, an'imailiese
locomotive for experiment on'the Ponn.
sylviania road. It was built at the Lon
don' & Northwestern shops at Crewe,
i ~pgland, and Is.p double expansion type,
Istqr t o i t fyle o .; .shsle. enugines. is I
'SETTLES DOMtING IN,
ftood depoet Finm the Great sNort
a erm ex-beservation. .
[J, L . n the Western Runral.]
S ssp9'toYtti two sonths ago and '
hiavr equittýMear the townsite: ' I-sey
townsate, bat there is not much of a town.
It ls a Isttion 6onthe rsilrod ad will be h
abig town sometime and that before vTary
'long. I am told t hat a hotel is to be b
erected at once, a lumber yard pa1t In, a a
I livery stable' establialed for ih c.ovep- tI
tesce of land seekers and a general sup- a
. ply store opened.. The site has excellest
water power sad' itis'in the very midst
of the rich reservation that s ow popened
to settlement. 'The people are comiig
ntoo the reservation every day and squat
ting on what are to be the finest farms in
the world. The land has not yet been
suryeyej and consequently cannot be tl
ie 'Yeulasrly entered, but you know a squt- a
h ter a rights are just as good a8 if he had S
l te'patent for the land Nobody euq gat'
ts'ind alway frm bin and whets It is b
urdeyed 'Iall he has to do Is'to file his .4
Thes oll here is remarkably prodau-' f
tive. The Indians have gkown the finet r
crops I have ever seen anywhere. Thby 0
grew potatoes` on the reservation last
e. year that are hal, as large as a nln's
head snd wheat at the rate of 45 bushels
to.the acre. A larger yield than that has
been grown here. The weather thus far
has been just like fall weather. I pre
'',ouime thlat the'section is shaslig with the
a alance of tlhe' contify the reutee. ie
i t.inter, but the soldiers at FYorl 4s
hltasise tell me that the winlers are
Swarmer than they lverage in Northern
Illlnole, Great preparatlos willt 'be
made toreceivethe:.lnma nse Aiohmttltn
which ,lsa exietedo i the spring , dI! |
8 gratiou wil stlart in eaest next nmouth.
S THE REV. OEO. H.,THAYER, ofI
s Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and
wife owe our lives to SHILOH'S CON-'
SUMPTION CURE. At Lspeyre Bros.
C04P4XE0I'NTACML" a laeting and fra- I
- grut perfnmsetprice ,!wand 50 cents at
T' k lep r B. s,, dsru Uiare
MONEY IN BEEF.
MEAT PACKERS ABOUT TO LOCATE
Great Falls IDemed the Best Place for
the Esteblishment-Mea to be
Sent From Here to East.
Mr. Laine Higgs has arrived in town
from Minneapolis in connection with the
Manitoba Dressed Beef company, a new
enterprise which Intends to establish ex
tensive slaughter houses here with the
view of supplying Montana cities and the
eastern markets with meat.
Mr. Higgs, who has given the matter
caretul consideration, says that the ofi
cials of the St. Paul, blinnpapblia and
Manitoba railroad give assurances of
hearty support and endorse the project
in all matters pertaining to rates, trans
portation and railway facilities.
The company considers that Great
Falls is the best place for the business.
It will be the only concern of the kind in
the northwest. It will' be unhampered
locally by any rivals and will be able to
make freight contracts irrespective of the
claims of Chicago and other packers to
The company will buy direct from the
ranchfes. It will have the finest ranching
districts in the United States to draw up
on for the supply of cattle. This will
obviate the enormous commissions' and 1
stock yard charges, which are so burden
some to the meat industry.
The locIa advantages of Great Falls are
deemed considerable by the promoters of
the co lfiffuy. Here the slaughteriqg
houses will be in the centre of one of tile
finest ranching districts of the northwest. (
Adjacent and tributary to this city are +
some of the richest mining fields of Mon
taon, now broughlt into, prominence gy +
the Manitoba railroad, thus making Great +
Falls the natuoal citreof this enterprie,
affording extjilent oppstunities for com
mending a hqsy; " ket. Besides these
tineral feldsltid ksiptansl Central rep
ders Helenas oMaiasvllle; T. aconda add
It is proposed thlergct an establishment +
capable of dehll g .ibth$0ll head of cat- i
tie per ditl ,with a cp.sei te equip
meet, of:hjslinery for 1pesa 'the eital
of splaghtered animals .rl`Iet htahle I
paasots. The lasnt vi] also'Inde
cjii reomsg, sonstrauctd on ptie 'n meS
dled" principles, which pracfil -en
perientheoltainsi d'l the pastefan suggest
.lrthe storage of the dressed beef iad d
ir' prepaying it for'oiipment,
It is expected that large benefslte.will
asccre to Great Falls,axireetly nad in
directly, from the proposed enterprisb.
Aron.n it will gather other. lpdustries of
like character, Hides and tallows, for
instance, would stimulate other impor- I
taet branches of. trade, such as boot and
ahoe.factories, leather dressing. establish- .
ments, soap boiling, glue andcsndle fac
tories. All these wouldavall themselveds
of the facilities offered here, makink
this one of the most prominent industrial
centers of the west. t
fr., B.Ies has made careful calcula- t
tiones whichl. sh.swt, tbe. dressed beef i
business w.old ay a large profit beie
and at the same timebe beneficial to the e
ranch owner and consumers of meat. He t
istentie sdring his stay here to confer 1
with.ranch oWiers and bh iea.e.e en iP
matters concerning' the interests of the
company. Hesays.the meat cai be rendi
ly and succesfully dlstributed from hede
to Boropes'ssrrD1s ss well s to tethole c
in the eastern s.ts, '
Rlalp, Will 'hes4,
WAsurGceroN, Jan; 80.--It was learlj
last night that from gentlemen whose i·
#imoati6n &. °dl5t: that fou places in c!
(General llBjrrison's cbtt har ben
d5inuyely iettietti d s *9}e not ,lit h a ii
doubt about their oltalt Wl7'glioing t
Mi.r M niAwroe to ep #i arrli pinpe B
thoughiMr.!ieaas laettereaceptiung tle
hottr eiesp -iutbee bPi t lteitwill Ihe
gent wepk. ,'?"##Ueg9rw: lb ými em- w
tier of the c blet,ltekigte poettion bf
secretary of war. As appouipaeg spie
time ago, Mr, Wansmaker will be polt.
Strike in New York.
NHw YoRK,, Jan. 29.-With two ex-" 'e
ceptionp every line of street cars in this a
pity was tied up this morning. When a
the last pigli trip was made, each ear n
was run into the stable pid at 4 p. m. h
the great strike commenced. Up Ito 9
a. m; no disorder was reported ant c
Superintendent Mprray and Inspectors'
oif sitreete, Williams and Oaplan, have ti
been at the police headquarters since f
laybrekl, consulting with the ofcersi. It
Police patrol wagons are in readiness it
for iny emergengy, aod a large number
reserves were celtered'in the street cal
Joined the Minority. I
IDIAIArPOLSS, Jan. 80.- The Indiano
spolls defaulter Moore has skipped
across the line.
MAJOR ROPAN'S WARDS, a
.Spedy Progeset Among the Plathead
Major Peter Itonin, nthe '.l.te.4In
dian agent, was in Butte lately and re-.
ports alfairs on the Indian reservatioil' in
a most louoiishlng condition, The major
lbMsthe reputation of beinjg the best IIt
dlan agent in the west, and his talk about
the condition of the Flatheads is is ter..
eating. The Indians the lnter-lMountain I
says, are acquiring habits of clvilization
with greater facility every year. A large b
liper 9qf ilehp rected .ermalent rFel
dances last year, and the crop of cereals
and vegetables was nearly doubled. There
are several of the Indians who have made
a pronounced success of stock-raising
and are worth from 15 to 20 thousand
dollars each. There are 9,000 Flatheads
on the reservation.
A new college, three stories in height
and which will cost $50,000, is rapidly
nearing completion. St. Ignatius college
now has two hudsdred students, and is
the largest Indian isql ge In the country.
It is conducted lar lo On tiie industrial
plan, and is prevmsgdflthe gsestest bene.
fit in civilizing the red: men, Major Ro
nan is quite enthusiastic about the Flat
head reservation whtcll he.eaesltders the
garden spot of creatioii and is hopeful of
the capabilities of the;Inbdlan whes prop
erly treated,s to ad. t'~the btlstoms and
manners of civllizatta '
THE Cf " t
Vagrant Odnalnaae Paast"ao mptly- y
Other ' fese.
When the city c " assembled last
I evening after an in ofathreeweeks
rest, there were: pr Mayor Gibson,
Aldermen Wegner Ithews, Beachley,
IMitchell, Johnson. " otehkles.
City Attorney St9' lead the minutes
of the last meetinoF ch were promptly
Mayor Gibson, wi' eeps strictlyfto the
order of business,'ca for the commit
tee reports. ThereI pn, MS. Stanton
resad iaordlnance re I've to vagrants. It
ubI sbttheas to hea penalties if they
do not get to work. a aldermen, hav
ing the Harris bdir ry in mlnd,"asased
the ordinance promp aned when signed
by the mayorit will e -aeffect at once.
The aldermen then oceeded, to deal
with the amendmenio the license ordin
ance, which have beuo the subject of
much discussiln in si 'outside the coun
cil chamber.. Alder Wegnerexplain
ed that the theatre lIO se was deemed
too high, especially 'here was a saloon
annexed to the theatr which would like
wise pay licenseo '@ recommended the
adoption oif the amendient which reduc
ed the license from $$ to $40 per quar
ter. . .
There was a tie voteon this amendment.
Mayor Gibson' voted i} 'the affirmative
cnd it was passed. i Included in the
oienseents5 was ose placing bank
'licence at $ per qua .
County' Burveygr then addressed
the councl, by reqi . on streetgrades
and gave much rrstlU ib a't'ion on
the subject. fAfter.' e' fsdubuailon a
committee was appel by Mayor Gib
son to take the mattr' ` o consideration.
The members thereof $ ffa, H.t:l
kis MIlohell sod We y,
TIhe T'aounc-'s bhi ' idgwas hc
A petition was readaslhkng for a side.
walk on the soth -side of First avenue
Routh, between Second and Fifth streets.
uQ'motioa of Alderman Johnson, the
'ziemoihl was accepted. On motion of
Aldermian Wegner, seconded by- Alder
man Mitchell, the street commissioner
was directed to have the said sidewalk
Alderman Johnson then raised the
lqmber question. He suggested that it
should be bought from anyone whowould
supply It on good termsl Alderm in
Wegner sald that Ira Myers had the lum
ber contract. This remark elicited a gen
eral response that no lumber contract'had
been let, It was observed-in explanation
that Alderman Fairfield, the chairman of
the committee on streets and 'sidewalks,
had received prices and had given the
co9.f.a.Mrb, yebers...re so m .frtte
er iicecussaon,tho'city clek was directed
to advertise for bids for supply the city
with such lumber as may, be needed. The
bids will be received at' the next meet.
G.bsonr.T. E.tolI the e. l
0ci somne details regarding the water
wqrhs~, Mr. Collins said Lt cast iron
ilpe. Will be used instead of wrought
..ptap wael last se uhopbnger. Aeug-l
eer WuldP be here earl next mo.th to
O ti.the data needed fo. the costrulct
fsir ftle .rchilnery. The works will
cost cp e than. was anticipated, the ex
p.edItiure l hll hbe'abot 975,000 to $80,
000. The generen opinion was that the
intiesti of the people are secured in the
ordinance much better than'they are in
two-thirds of the westetn towns. In in
appeal circles the desire was expressed
tint prodleloo should be made for the re
newal of the hirtoclse at thfe end of the
l&sye.ar limit, In iate t aecity depuded not
to buy the works, Mr. Collsns added that
people speak intelligently of Great Fails
In busines circles. A financial house,
which had made inquiries regarding this
city, stated that the report of their agent
was entirely satisfactory.
flnaw4, Jan. 804-At flsti e `'egisga to
tse Independent saysi Jamaes Devett, a
miner from Silver Cityaildho, found his
wife in ae n eensaulypil<-k*ase y, Last
ivenlngehe arrived on'dn .e 'ehlng train
and went down to the comique. He was
astonished to find his 4lfe Kmong the ino
mates of the house. A 46s'ensuedandl
he will apply for a divorce, The woman
i ysenupand good looking and has twp
chldren. tevett seet her to Seattle to
hitlther mother and supposed all along
thbt she was still tere, -er letters were
,jwsarded through a-friend whomitsed
temia in Seattle, and she goter herusbnd's
Do Not Sdffer Alt Longer.
Knowlg'thstea cough tan be checked
In a day, and the first stages of consump,
ion'broken in a week, we hereby gu.ran
tee Dfr. Acker's English Remedy for
Cofmseiisption, and will refund the money
to all who buy, take it as per directions,
and do not find ourstatement correct. For
sale by Lapeyre Bros.
SUasnu Hom asde.
GO to Wernecl.e's for' quince buttler
lucs .,rseuwes, apple btatter aold cItron
reserves..' Thpt apple. butter is made
rom pure, feresh older, opular prlices.
oHIO 'S CATARAI R. h.EDY-A
p utive pure-for otarel.,. Dlptheris and,
maskler Muth o'r sale by Lapeyre
A otoSAL.f ihJE O R free' with each
bottle of Shiobtia Catarah Remedy. Price
l4 cet'. For sale b Lasr re Bros.
Is WAR EXPECTED.
8 A BBITISH MINISTER DEEMS A
GREAT CONFLICT CERTAIN.
it War Preparatlons Relder Hosllllles
Y Inevltable-Stanhope Hopes Eng
S land Will Keep out
Is of it.
LONDON, Jan. 19. - Lord Stanhope,
- secretary of state for war, addressed a
Smineeting in Lincolnshire, last evening.
lie said a thunder cloud is hanging over
I Europe. That sooner or later it would
burst, bringing the fiercest and most hor
rible war ever known. It was impossi
ble to view the preparations for war now
being made throughout Europe without
feeling that war was approaching. He
Shoped, however, that the wisdom of Eng
o' land's statesmen would prevent that na
tion being involved.
IsUSY TIMES AT HELENA.
+I Hent's Gambling Bill Draws WVell-The
y Missoula Case.
HELENA, Jan. 80.-The council and
5 house transacted considerable business
t- yesterday, a number of bills passing to
n the third reading. Both branches of the
It legislature went into committees of the
y whole to consider bills. Mr. Haskell's
r- bill to transfer certain moneys in the
d county treasuries to the general fund was
I discussed at length, but owing to the ab
sence of Mr. Haskell, the author of the
measure, no action was taken.
I- Mr. Hunt'sgambling bill drew a large
if audience to the council chamber and its
x- provisions are discussed pro and con. Mr.
m- Bickford offered an amendment, which
Swas lost by a tie vote. He also offered
,s another antendthent, which hampered the
. passage of the bill and the committee
arose and reported progress. It will
Bcome up again today.
The election committee of the council
r-are hearing the evidence in the Bennett
vs. Bickford contest case.
. A long suffering people should lie
thankful that although the legislature
,i has been in sassildol days, no general
k bill hits yet passed both houses.
d Copper Delnorllzed.
S BosTow, Jan. 29.-A special telegram
was received today by the Chadwick
lead works of this city, stating that the
great European copper syndicate refused
to buy any more copper and the market
was, quite demoralized. This is inter.
pdreedsaseheltg'the practical breaking up
of the syudicate.--[This report should be
received with reserve as the copter syn
dicate Is strong and shaws no signs of
e breaking up--Ed.]
PARis, Jan. 2,.-All is quiet in Franoe.
The Boulanger adherents are quietly
waiting for their oplponents to blunder,
The dowqfall of the Floquett govercnment
I is expected. Gen. Boulanger, in a letter
I of thanks to electors of the department of
the Seine, says: "The national republican
party, based upon the probity of its offlm I
Scers, sincerity and universal suffrage is a
f devoted servant of the nation. Thei
Schamber, which has fought against it with
ulprededp.ted'fqry now Ohas nothing left
It but dissolution, from which it will not
I escape. The republic is now free to all
Frenchmen. May they enter In as others
sleave." The moderates doubt Premier
Flolquett's ability to pull through the cri
sis. The monarchist papers insist upon
the necessity of his immediately reslgn.
JOhn Bright's condition does not im
elentor Dolph of Oregon has been re
The North Carolina legislature returns
Ransom to'the senate.
Horning has been given his release from
reservation by the Boston club.
John Wanamaker left Philadelphia
Tuesday for Indianapolis. It is reported
he went by Invitation.
The Arktssa Ipgtslpturp requests lIt
repreeseotatlyes in cDngress to use their
utmost efforts to defeat the Blair educa
Senator McPhserson, re-elected, is the
first senator from New Jersey to secure a
The Irish Parliamentary Fund Assocla
t1oq of America has issued an appeal for
loaneytohelp Parnell defend his suit
against the Times,
At New York Tuesday John Theodore
Wuld, recenty convicted for the murder
of Lyman S. Weeks, in whose house he
was committing burglary, was sentenced
to be executed Msarch 2.
The great fly wheel of the Northwest
ern Pprror nult company of Chicago bu rat
ahd serienously injured the engineer and
wrecking theengie house. Pieces of
the wheel were thrown six blocks.
F. A. Bidwell, treasurer of the Manu.
factirers' Paper company, of New york,
oommitted soicide in Chicago by cutting
Strayed or Stoaen.
Strayed or stolen from Joseph Her
ring's Town Herd on or about September
1; one light bay horse, weighed about
800pounds, with white strip in face and
four white feet also anarrow white strip
running back from between the two fore
legs about one and a half feet long. The
horse was branded with a spectacle brand
on left thigh; also one gray Pony branded
eRB" on right shoolder. I will pay $15
reward for the bay pony and $10 for the
Two-thirds of all deaths in New York
City are from consumption or pneumonia,
The same proportion holds for most
other cities. Delays are dangerous. Dr.
Acker's English Remedy for Consumption
will always relieve; and may save your life.
For sale by Lapeyre Bros.
FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com
plaint, have a printed gurantee on every
bottle of Shlloh's Vitilner. It never
tfll to quro, For ale be Laetyre B49ii
BACH, CORY& dO
Great Falls, Montana.
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
Stoves and Tinware.
We carry the largest stock of Groceries and
Hardware in Northern Montana.
This stock is all new goods of the best grades only. We buy everything in car lots
from first hands and our prices cannot be met west
of the Missouri river.
This is the largest and most complete stock carried in this portion of the terrn
ritory. This stock includes Mining Tools, Steel, Iron, etc., Blacksmith Supplies of
all kinds, Builder's and General Hardware, Heating and Cooking Stoves and a full
assortment of Tin and Granite Ware.
ANNUAL CLEARING SALE,
Jensen, The Shoeman.
For the next tlhree weeks we will offer our stock of
Ladies, Men's a Children's
BOOTS AND SHOES,
At pricen that, will warrant any one needing shoes this coming year to in
vest in them now. We want t clem"oiunt as many goods an possible before
receiving our spring line.
NOTE A FEW PRICES:
Onoe lot of Ladies' Wakenphast 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 orn Conmmon-seose
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. Onr
patrons who know how we do business know we make no statements that
we cannot fulfill,
J. H. McKNIGHT & CO
Frm 3111 Sri1N W3 Dlls,
RIond Wa ns dkbr ts, Suerlor ran Drills Saulk Plowi , Breakieg and
tlr ng .owe. Hrrows, Cltwivators, Tents and Wagon Govers EBrbed nmd Plain
Fense Wire. Team and Buggy Harness. , Sanddn sidle se, Eto.
WHIPS, COOPER'S SHEEP DIP, SEWING MACHINES,
Mowers and Reapers, Threshing Machines,
HAY RAKES, HAY PRESSE888 SAY LOADERS.
We are sole egenta for Woods' Mowers and Binders. John Deer Plows
nod tbo Bain Wsgons.
Central Ave., near Third street, Great Fall,.
W. B. RALEIGH. F. H. MEYER. J. W. IELLIS.
W. B. RALEIGH & CO.
The Leading Dry Goods House,
All are invited to examine
Our Low Prices
which we are giving on all
SEASONABLE - GOODS
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
W. B. RALEIGH & CO.,
d NTIRAL AVE., - - - EAT FALLH.