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In . Boys' . Suits,. Fancy . Shirts . and . Woolen . .e.ks! 0 ody fronm hi .rprice AT A. NATHAN'S, THE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER. haver- bl o an.exnsio to.oar 50 dozen Woolen Socks at 25e; former price 35 and 50e. RAILROAD EXTENSIONS. The Belt Mountains Branch Will Be Bulnt late Nellhrt--It May go on to Castle. Messrs. Foley Bros. & Co. have the contract to build the Neihart branch of the Montana Centlral al far as Monarch, or Chas. Martin's ranch. The road to this point will be completed and ready for operation by April 1st. The original in tention of the company seemed to have been to make Monarch the terminus for at least one season, but the Tlunr.rlr has learned that a change o.i programme has been decided upon and that the road will be ex tended to Neihart, and probably to Clendenio, at once. This will be good news to the miners of t:rsecamps as it will enable them to ship their ore to the Great Falls smelter at the least possible cost. If a good pass can be found, via Neihart, it is not an unlikely thing that this road will be extended to White Sulphur Springs and the Castle minigg district. PRELIMINARY WORK. Chief Engineer Barclay Makes a Trip Over the Probable Line of the Great Falls & Canada By. Chief Engineer Barclay returned Tues day from a hasty trip over the probable line of the Great Falls & Canada My., as far as the Marias. IIe went from here up the Muddy and proceeded tothe ranch of the Sands Land & Cattle Co. on the Teton, where he was joined by Wallace Taylor, and together they went as far as the head of Pen d'Oreille coulee over a probable route for the new hue. As it is "clear sailing" to the Marian and beyond they went no further on this preliminary trip. While Mr. Barclay is "sayingnoth ing," it is well known that he is pleased with the prospect of finding an easy, practicable route for the C(re.t Falls & Canada, but its exact location from this point to the Marias is not yet a settled matter. GETTING READY FOR WORK. The Great Falls & Canada Contractors Preparing For a Busy Seann. Mr. J. M. Ross, who has been doing some lively rustling for the past two weeks to secure in due season the ties and other timber needed for the Great Falls & Canada Ry., says he has now accom plished fully that task. He found an abundance of timber along the Missouri, above the gate of the mountains, and al ready has a large force of men getting out ties in that vicinity. Be has also let contracts for a large number of ties at different points along the Montana Cen tral. These with what will be securedon the Teton and Sun rivers will give them all that are needed to complete the road. It is expected that the grading forces will be organized and at work on this line by the 1st of March. WORK OF ROAD AGENTS. St The Great Falls and Billinag Stage or Held op Near Stanford. slu The stage from Great Falls to Billings of was held up, while crossing the bridge I over Surprise creek, by two highwaymen j 12 ,n Monday night about 12:80. The road 00 at this point is admirably suited to the tw robbers purpose, winding through a noar- I row gulch, so that they had oer covered the driver with their guns al TI most before he was aware of their 00 presence. by While one man stood at the L.rse by heads and held up the driver, the other B took out the treasure box and mail bags. Sb The driver was then permitted to pass on. th There was very little registered mail in frr the bags. Next morning the driver ea of the incoming stage found the It' mall pouches beside the road ripped open .t. with a knife. The treasure box was 1 found further on badly smashed. The do place where the robbery occured is about O three miles west of Stanford. The coach tI from Billings to GreatFalls was met near 4 Stanford end returned to that place to to await daylight. This stage had several TI passengers nod a valuable treasure box, d: but tortunately was delayed. Tie w stage was held up about a year ago at the D same place. THE CITY COUNCnL. Important Preoeedings in Regular See- to slon--The Sewer to be Extended. Tuesd.a. nlgi.tth.:eo . l- -present at. the regular mreting of the council Aldermen ro Johnson, Bridges, Clinton, Gerin and Al- u brecht, with Alderman Webster acting w mnayor. sit Judge Huy, police magistrate, reported 16 convictions in January and fines col- 1i lected to the amount of $0lad. all The fire limit was extended to include wi all that portion of the city bounded by in Park driv,' Third avenue Sout:, S'vellth street on the east and Third avenue North, de A resolution was passed closing the RI alley in block 80, said alley being desired at by parties who expected to purchase the fos BUY LOTS IN NORTH GREAT FALU, It covers the BEAUTIFUL PLATEAU overlookin th THE SITE OF IMMENSE FACTORIES. AN IMMENSE DAM TO BE BUILT. THE BEST PLCE I . BLACK EAGILE FALLS, where the CHOICESTItESiDENCE THE BE-ST IPACE TOl IIVEST. and BUSINESS LOTS may, for a lihmited time, be purchased for AImsa iw cttaCt Te st.s ies en .ALF THE PRIE o other property not so well to- An I.mmense Dam is now under contract to be constructed aprossrt" cated. Prices only $100 to $0 for 50 feet front Terms easy. 'rho BOSTON & MONTANA COMPANY have selected the Missouri River aboveBlak Eagle Falls at NORTH GREAT Send for maps and other information to NORTH GREAT FALLS as the site of their IMMENSE FAC- FALLS at a cost of a Half Million Dollars, and will furnish power The GATEST RISE IN .Ewhich will furnsh constant employment to for Hundreds of Mills. Other improvements will rapidly follow h iREATEeT IE IN VLUE or REAL J. 0GREGG, Par Hotel, Great Falls, Mont. wo hienc w o n a e m ont is which will create ademand for more mill frontage and the Coulter, d.ino 1890 will be in NORTH GREAT FALL, by y b Or . K. BABOUP Helena. GREAT FALLS nd vii every month in Rainbow and Crooked fails will be utihzed, all of which are with- the MILLIONS to be EXPENDED in that vicinity l ss.a - Or A. K, BARBOUP Helena, Mont viity. in afew mioutes' walk cf NORTH TG15H E i'AIWS, mentE dR ring t e yer. SPECIAL INDUCEMIENTS TO THOSE WHO DESIRE TO BUIILD ,IMnE"" entire block for the purpose of establieh ing a foundry and machine shop. -e Charles Moore was appointed night watchman and fire warden, in addition to his duties as watchman at the city hall, he and allowed a salary of $65 per month. of Alderman Albrecht introduced a reso lution regulating the dumping on the ci b, streets of earth from excavations. This ic resolution induced a discussion, at the a or close of which Aldermam Clinton moved tt i that the office of city engineer be created ci : the council. The engineer is to alloc Sparties to fill the street on his written is or permission and under hi direction, t sn Tie ordinance repealing sectioe 8 of t el the ordinance granting the (leat Fails h Electric Light company a franchise was 00 then brought up. Section 8 of tlle fran - chine demanded of the light company a jo to certain amount of light. After consider- gi od able discussion the section was repealed ill and the company will not be required t, at give anything for the franclise. at. The sewer ordinance was amended to pt t, extend the main to the alley between ti ud Second and Third avenues South, and the or mayor was instructed to advertise in the city papers for the period of one month w for bids for the construction of the same. sc The auditing committee reported the ye fallowing bills, which were allowed: al ybp Charles Moore, salary........... $4 40 m Tribune Co, printing............ 75 7 Jos. Hamilton, feeding prisoners. 18 00 lE Jos. Hamilton, feeding prisoners. 57 00 it E. M. Mitchell, hauling.......... 12 50 o le C. P. Downeng,feeding prisoners. 18 00 n J. B. Leslie, salary.............. 84 00 i. E. Hey, salary .............. 4000 P. A. Lester, salary... .......... 800 ti h m. Albrecht, furniture......... 17 00 ae oe The city clerk was authorized to take re ice out policies of insurance on the city it an buildings to the amount of $8,000. a nRICH ORE ON SNOW ntREElE. i is -- Ift ad A Big Strike in the Ripple Mine--Brght cc try Prospeeta foe this camp. id One of the most conservative mine owners of the Belt mountains is Gus of Okerman, who is in the city is highly 11 its elated over the report he has received 0o d from the Ripple mine on Snow creek, in w the Neihart district. This mine is owned t1 by Messrs. Okerman, Briggs and Mac- ti queen. For several weeks past they g ' have Ibeen doing development work un der the direction of Mr. Briggs. A few sl ug days ago Okerman received word from re his partner that at a depth of 50 feet they et o had struck a body of five feet of ore that ad assays from $25 to $150 in silver andcon Ile taming a high percentage of lead. Mr. a. Briggs has put on a day and nignt shift and expects to continue sinking until a ce good depth is attained. The Ripple has pi C, always been considered a good prespect ti il- and the owners expect to show up one of eg the best mines of that region. This prop erty is an extenlsion of the Flora, owned we by Great Falls citizens, and is in the im- re at mediate vicinity of the Snowdritt, owned fo - by John Lepley, Louis Heitman and th on Ithers. The Snow creek district promises w m to come to the front in a decided way 1o d. this year. h tic y Don't Let It trape, It ay be Your Turn. e With well known regularity the 286th 8 Grand Monthly Drawing of the Louisiana c State Lottery took place at New Orleans, c ge on January 14th, 1890, under the usual p supervision of Generals G. T. Beauregard } gs of Louisiana and Jubal A. Early of Vir s ginia. Ticket No. 93,162 drew the first go capital prize of $300,000. Ticket No.12- I en j 122 drew the second capital prize of $100,- t ad 000, and was sold in fraetional parts of h be twentieths at $1 each, sent to M. A. Danu phLin New Orleans, La., one was held byt r-" Eli lane, Philadelphia, La.; one by Rob-ii ad ert T. Parker, St. James, Mo.; one by t al Thomas Marriott, Leavenworth, Kau.; ir one by John J. Coley, Boston, Mas.; one by Hlans Lagoni, Dwight, Ill.; one by II. W. Carter, Minneapolis, Mien.; one es bly C. N. Dures, Detroit, Mich.; one by Nr Nevada Bank, San Francisco, Cal.; oneshy SSecond National Bank of Jackson,Tenn. etc., etc. Ticket No. 04,801 drew the 1 i. third capital prize of $50,000, also sold in I in fractional parts, in like mannerat $1 -r honse to Win. . Westlake, Peoria, i he Ill.; one to Jlcob Abbott 485 Aisquith I en st., Ilsltimore, Md.; one to henury Ottke, 9 as 158 West 3d st., Cincinnati, Ohio; one tos I he sldepositor, CUnion National BInk, New 1 ut Orllans, La.; one to Hannah Lay & Co., chi 'Traverse City, Mich.; one to lJohn Daly, I oar 462 Washington st., New Yosrk City; one 4 to to Charles G. Lynch, Boston, lass., etc. I ral 'The next drawing will take place Ttes- 4 ay, dy, March 11ith which all informtstmn 1 he will is. furnished rn oapplicatioe to M. A. 1 he Dnuaaplin, Newa (Orleans, La. t Wisst tor, Wortsda Ms, r. The fsrllowing is I Great Falls special J a.- to the Pioneer Press: Srn\Tsr F.tr.s, Mosnt., Feb. 9.--Dr John I he . Fairtfl l,, mayor of this ritat, Iha tele graphs.d ll.sntman's four seasto, ; to a.,k 's ongresas to Icsltpane tie prolsosed Col .1- umbisan fair until 1805, wahen treat Falls ng will nlladrtake to rrun it withiot anys sub silly fromlll th goverrrnertllo ed Pror. 5Lo'ettes Mmru.ry OyBst m >1- Is cr aahilg greater interest than ever in all parts of the counltry, anld iperaus de wishing to improve their: memory should send for Ihis prospeetus free as advertised hy in sonather (olmaran. das, MS., sa.-r: "( hamblrlain's ('Cogh Te lienmdy s(ivs the best of satisfactliona C t The trooule is llhat ieople wake sre u is d at all timeas during the night, wanting It a te for croupl." For sale by, Lapeyre Bros. eb- I)R. MUSIUnaBROD'S OPINIONS. ght He Thinks Montana Is All Right, Evem 1to it There Are No ApproprIatlns- all, About the Asylum. Dr. Chas. F. Mlusigbrod of Warm I -Springs, the contractor and surgeon in the charge of the Mraona insane asylum, the arrived in the city, Wednesday, and re ved turned to HIelena today. The doctor is tedl not the least hit alarmed because the leg el islnture has been unable to make appro pristions. "You need not fear," said he, of "that the insane will he turned loose on Ils the state. I have every confidence in an Montana meeting her just obligations a just as soon as our legislative machine er- gets in working order." led "W\Vill you continue to rare for the in ti, aIn art take chances on getting your Ito pay?" inquired a 'TIB'UNo . representa een tire. the "At the request of Governor Toole,.I the ath will, and feel perfectly secure in doing ne. so. It the state does not pay me this the year, it will next, and all I ask is reason- I able compensation and interest on the I 0 money to be advanced. We have now 00 181 patients and you will readily see that t 00 it will require some money to carry on 50 our institution for a year or more." 00 A WELL MANAGED ASYLUM. 00 The reporter made some inquiry as to I 00 the number of patients, t tc., at the aeyl um 00 and was shown an epitome of Dr. Steele's I kthe recent report ol that institution. Dur. :ity Ctg the years 1888 and 1889, and up to I and including Jan. 81, 1890, the admies slons to the insane asylum have been as follows: During 1888 there were ad ght mittLed to the asylum 88 patients, and 106 patients were admitted during 1889. During the year 1889 the number of ine- patients dischargedwas 61. The number nus of patients in the asylum is 181, of which ly 154 are men and 27 women. Twenty-four ved of the patients are in the convelescent .ward. The medical and surgical attend ,n ance received by these unfortunates is of ned the higheat order. Everything is done [ac- that kindness and medical skill can sug ey get for the good and well being of each un- and every inmate. The food ir in all re 'ew spects suitable and ample. Sanitary ar om rangements are beyond criticism. The ey entire arrangement of the institution re hat flecta great credit upon those in charge. on- AS TO THE PENITENTIARY. "Do you think there will be any dif- I culty in caring for the convicts at the penitentiary through this no approproa. I tion period?" asked the reporter. "Not the least trouble. I would be 7 would be glad to take the contract on a reasonable basis and look to the future for my pay. I have every confidence in the integrity of the State of Montana and ii while itls unfortunate that needed legi. a lature has been delayed, I consider that d there is no danger of the public institu- v tions being closed or that any other dire calamity will ensue. I see my friend, a Marshal Irvin, made an application to congress for aid in taking care of the convicts. That was a mistake, as Carter d properly pointed out. Montana does not want to plead the baby or pauper act. We are amply able totake care of our selves, even under the present distress in legislative rstuation." t iDr. uslgbrod is shipping large quan- I tities of ore to the Mlontana smelter and he made a visit last evening to that ins stitution. He expresses himself as being very much pleased with Great Falls and is of the opinion that this is to be one of the foremost cities of Montana. ACTIVITY IN REAL ESTATE, Extensive Bales of Lote by the Townsi te Coumpany. The Townsite company has made the I following sales of lots since our last re port, three days ago: Lot 11, block 457. Burey and Hilde brand, $400; lot one-half of 6, block 816, L. A. Winchester, $1250; lot 10, block t 84, Susan Hanley, $300; lot 2, block 462, Kaudeson and S. Swanson, 800; lot 2, block 125, Kandeson and S. Swanson; t $800; lot 1, block 462, Ballin, $500; lots I 13 and 4, block 424, J. isenner, $1400; lot 4, block 472, Devine 4 Judd, $400; lot 2, block 124, C. French, $00; lot 2, block 406, P. J. Elliott and Ii. F. IHolmeo,$300; i lot 13, block 448, C W. Bryant, $250; lot t 1, block 459, Emoand Adams, $600; lotse 6 and7, block 808, Mary A.Gibson, $8500; t lots 6 and 7, block 124, P. Gibson & Renoer, $800; lots 6 and 7 block 1282 P. Gibson & Renner, $800: lots 6 and 7, block 178, P. Gibson & Renner, $1000i lot 14, block 141, J. G. G. Thompson, $600. - " MONTANA 81FTINGS. C. B. Sayre and Mrs. II. J. Craig of Martmsdale were rarried at Helena on I Monday lsoot. Mr. Savre is a prominent wool grower of the state. The Cosmopolitan hotel, Helena, has reduced rates. L. H. Hershfleld and family have gone east. It is said that about 100 men are work lg over the old ground in Alder gulch at Virginia City, which yielded about $7, 000,000 in gold from 1863 to 1865 Inclu sive. The early day work was done by 1 sluicing, but the miners then were good a judges of ground,as the miners now make f more out of the old ground than the patches that were left. Tie gulch was orlginally divided up Into 100 foot claims but now many claims are owned by one person. The gulch has been worked for a distance of 15 miles. At the upperend m the gold is coarse and sone nugogets in worth from $600 to $700 hove been found n The lower eight miles of the gulch yield g- old that os I.omparativel fiune a nugget of $7 being rarity. The gulch Is not is yet ready tobe turned over to Chinamen g- by any means.--Ierald. 'o O. C. Rlker of Helena has mysterious e, ly dlsappelred. A son of the missing mn man is ranching on the Teton. in Dr. Steele was recently appointed by as Governor Toole to report or the condf tion of the insane asylum and peniten Stiary. He found both Institutions in good condition, except that the penitentiary is n- overrrowded. or BINUH LAND FARItING. Prentical Illnutration of What May be .I Done by the anchner. ig In conversation with a representattveof is the TainxnE, a farmer from the bench n- lands south of Great Falls stated some e foacts which will give an idea of what a w man of small means may do in the way of at of farming. ca n lIe said: "Myself and partner took mo up our ranch in '88. We had just $600 or apiece; of this we invested $600 in two to teams of good grade mares. During the - m summer of '88 we broke 40 acres of sod 's on which we raised an excellent crop of r- grain. We also built a log house, fenc to aing and stables. In '89 we sowed 60 acres is. of grain, 40 acres of this was wheat on as the second year breaking, and threshed out 800 bushels. TLe 20 acres of oats on forot year plowing made 800 bushels ma of chine measure. The season was very Sdry or the grain would undoubtedlyh:ve done much better. Older settlerssay they never saw such a dry season. Dur at ing this summer we put up another stable, did some fencing and put up about 120 of ton of buth grass hay. We also lost, e by accident this season, two of our mares and one fl.i colt. Our building material, - except doeirs. windows and floors, have Scoast nothing except the work of getting the timber from the mountains. At the r- beginning of 1890the followinginventory e: will give some idea as to our financial m e condition: an 8 head of cattle.................. $240 re 10 head of horses.... ......, 1,000 pa 0- Binder..................... 1. 0 5o e Plows, harrows, wagons and other to implemUlents.................... 285 a- Improvements on ranch.......... 700 100 tonsof f hayo n hand........... 500 0e Two ranches................... 1,000 e Total ... ................... ,87 n Everything we have is paid for. There dis a good market for everything we raise at good prices. We hlave not been sick a it day and our ranches are increasing in value every day." e The above results are not unusual, nor I, are the results as gratifying as have been o achieved by some farmers. They simply show what close application intelligently directed will accomplish. ,l CASUALLY REMARKED. Hon. Leopold F. Schmidt of lButte-I think in ten years Great Falls will be the Slargest city in Montana. d Hon. Thos. J. Courtney of Butte-I know of no city in Montana that has the varied resources Great Falls has, and It is if the most beautitul townsite I ever saw. Ira Myers-The electric light machin ery, for both systems, will be concentrat. edln a few days at the water works build ing. In due time, and before very long, we will place a dynamo In the present electric light building, with which to op erate our electric street railway. The building and location are both suitable n-for that purpose. What Hauser Knows About It. I, CrOcAoo, Feb. 12.-While in Chicago h today, ex-Gov. Hauser of Montana said ' the Montana legislature must adjourn ac ; cording to law on the 21st of this month. I It was not to be expected, Hauser added, t that the United States senate would try , very hard to get at the facts in the exist in lg muddle. The chances were, there fore, the ex-governor concluded, that if it the legislature adjourned without any further actian on the senatorship ques tion, the whole matter would devolve up on Gov. Toole of Montana. For Sale. lI One pair of fine large brood mares; also ' harness and wagon. May be seen at the Minneapolis house.n ____- Sand Coulee Lots For Sale. f We have a few good business lots mn n Sand Coulee for sale. it FERnay k O'DoNNi.el,, Sand Coulee, Mont. is Undertakleg Undertaking and embalming. A pro 1e feaslonal in charge. Calls promtly at teded to. ilW,. Arai.a.H'r,t it Opposite the Park hotel. CATAltIIIf CURED. health and sweet y breath secured, by Shilloh's Catarrh Iem edy. Price 50 cents, Nasal Injector free. For sale by Lapeyre Bros. he ot 00 Id is AKI POWDER Absolutely Pure. S This Powder never varies. A marvel ' of purity than the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in competition with the hk multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Bold only Incans. ROYAL BADS.a PowDER Co., 107 Wall street, New York. od _ WBUholY ' GUID is ri iof ud Marh and Ohpi. al seao h r.It is sone. as s matiosah fl arll wl o r. Sas l neoz rt of or thna ad a sloths you end isrOish you with all the neoseser eand unenesmea S alplinsu'to td, walk, de. alesp, a- eatfakle, hns, workt no to eameuS ry or my t home, and varou am iuse. re t7lu and qaUnttie. ' ust daur oat what is re redto do all-th.m Shllp s.t of o vale of the ETB1 , GUIDE. whiek will be msat nooa l10 reipt of 10 mants to psv osetes, ,t, MONTGOMERY WARD £00. es 111-114 0loshigsn alvenue, Ohioego. II. The College. of Montana ry Full course in the claslcs, sciences, al music and art. Instruments, pparatus and furniture new and complete. Every 40 reasonable ,omfort In the boarding de 00 partment a cot. Both sexes admitted 10 on equal terms. For catalogue and In formation, address the president, on R. 0, J, MCMILLAi, 0. D, p0 Deer Lodge, Mottpa. nlhnit ýupEEr Ild. D.M.Fae &Co'a s . Beautifully llcatmadDardipthy. bepp a w tolut o cult oIaeaý lt hMaertlhaaer. Ev Ir Fieldd8EEDB ahold frit D. M. FERRY& CO. DECTlOIT MIMn. Prof. Loisette's. MEMORY DISCOVERY AND TRAININM METHOD e spiteof dult, orat~admtta ou wh da aemia a fur ar ea' cawd l a t e it n strud ied Ills repmf.ee , q"b, re. A. I.OI*.aEt"F.P. gl if Avenne. F I S Farm for Sale. Afine farm of 1t aoree: all fenaed; 40 aee. Sunder cnltivation; good hoase barn, rnar, Snew ahiokee hoasa a aever.falling Sprtt; fear s atee fonarch. e erthae ataeaarmintu of te Blt itaaontajas read. ceearca fliae-paa i ttnae d ownoer. A bn aret. For farther pAa thticlars addresstheTribhne Otlpcc. EAtrayed or Stolen. letfared o r stolen from the tfhonned nlea: S d cal Mare branded B on leaft shnoldern i a ca old ptea st are in face, weight hboa t 1,.0 poundt; e8orrel Mare, branded 8$ on left shonlder. 7 or 8 year old, white strip tn face, weight about i lrownbteldlng brnded (m caaec.. )Xand a .lanstingI on left shoalder. tlat heard af aact Cauiae. A reward of $10 ar had at O. D. PATTEBON' Ranech on the ahekan;aI taso aittable reward ftr ane colta belonging to the above marea. - - I-- -- - Lost. ._brandedale Q on leR holloaer; about 8 posrs old; ctr tin forehead and whte snip on noAe; peon-toed itn front. A euitable reward will be n for information ldinle to his reovrery ty. Mont. For Rent. A Htay ad larden Banch near the taw oft .andou InAuireof Iu . Fo E E BYWAT 8eeond Ate. North and Beoond St.. (reat Fial BACH, CORA& 00 Great Falls, Montana Groceries, lardware, Miery, Stoves and Tin We carry the largest stock of rii ane and Hardware in Northern ' GROCERY DEPAR T. This stca is all new goods of the best grades only hWer 4 ear lots from first hands and our price. dhnot of the Missourl river. - Hardware Dnet It. This is the largest sad oast comrlete stook hirrorIsau of s 1 rltery. This stock inclodes Ming Tool, Stel ra th of all kinds, Builder's and General EIdfwere, aesta 1 ".101l ,assrtment of Tin and Grasqte Wasit. J. H. McKNIOG.T & CO., 1 PI . hord Steel Sein andTl: Axle onl SPRING WAGONS, BUGGIES, Buck-Boards, Road Carts, Johu Deere Plows, Harrows end PeRmni[ Ihi letnat, Teats and Wag'on Sheets, N lad Mills and Pumps, Cooper's Sheep Dip.-Team and Buggy Harness, Saddles and Whips. EXTRAS FOR MACHINERY.. C.tnsl A.e., near Third sd . iMt Vall; . A. C. Aery. O. A. IBOADWATUI . S. C. ASHBY & Co., HELENA AND GREAT FALLS. SWEET BROS. Common - Sense Bob . Siei hs, MITCHELL FARM AND SPRING WAGON Fine Carriages, Buggies, Phatons, CGtts, BUCK-BOARDS .AND ROAD OART . d We carry in stock a full line of Team and Buggy Hlar e Bridles, Whips, Lap Robe, Curry Combs, Brulsheh etc. A1p A Jlp..S Tpoth and Dreg Harrows, Hoosier Drills and Seeders, Superior Drill, J.r. den Cultivators and Drills, Wall Tents, Wagon Covers, Feead )ll Wib Wire,p' DEDERIOK HAY PRE88E8, Fu~t & Bradly's Sulky, Gaeg and Yakig l ws EXTRAI FOR MAcOIIERY.