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0.p bog·~ ·~i ttb"~ b r '411 to: M*~r Feu`o ý U.-yºMoM 1 e. e r .." m~rot 1 a 133 IzU eI .sQ Of ! a -IaStopeathio lie ;ttp 4'ht b ot n ethe worite lpt i houte of reiienta. ..n tet foie r oChicago. SChicutiia157s York JýM~rq1ýa w lnn ,A The~r imhet voidtsat st wasg ; nee feeYtato t cuhoiee 164. The victory thus Non by Chicago caused great excitement dtitwhilch the hoeuse adjournsed at .la Y 4. ihto4IAl' 06okTSTa. * ai. 1 lidsrsu > 'a --sjalorea-ol toor b ýthe Anal ont, 3sne on i pti labs way I Ll't totric ipt t'ti report `.fom ie cati~pgttte on pitrtluite end 0Ioni !01r at Mint et geks. This re msade to the sate earlier ha-. tte l a ebtase. e to be QdtiOt2 sbteetl bly and and 4eh tad ot& a,#ieek ado. Saedeceetse nb 1ttpyi eQeince th6e electionc : bsil ar more, o f the i tafments, Ieof thsee tti 9 i~lo4 "hhiio-te a t et tins." it rº In gf" trit5,~ so id that tome othe ey peha caste from sources Meats'e Vlstoqs. li'tu, F. Sit. - Judge )io~atton'e itoetsico in f ror of£ Wa4Ot nuilivaus ii ttites o~aifratoai ptreusiontrat t f a t UlntMilt 4. i *~*st~34-Thop~npects of `"dbtr g e balt are 'alysince th~e election he Domatoe govern tr toga a 'ofth to aek parianent time." t iadvin Idea tbwhch ame .1 bk on ''aaa froia ource Jtpexa, 8'eb.:96 I-Judge Ma attoo's dsbalslop In ftlkor of $, 411 O ulllvau I~ftepgagceafiaat tk ISemmurhp e rtni "knd'JbS-iadtio right. to , h&--ls paorpects of the 13tieon I road being built are *er 'SaVtialte r Th Domintion" govern at" 000601, d' to Askuis parliament to the pecu tmortgage ou, '-m a1 itiba and :1adi.1ýlrtw ·Masoitok of ud .I4s faoei .'r who oarfo 1 o uitsto i etito oo" hwse Ae4n,!tsIn ~*0 with his dais ter ld; visted Gret Fells.: I wrof.te enacoun~t hi their vist toh -yonA'hO.In ; eopy #'p4 o ºihIent Capeit. ;k4 qsl to yu~t~r thought 3you woull4 to n. whate tts ýV of cro p:jus'#, j ah:: iaro Zt ' er :.-,dlua: The gaper you"-rn ve~14 I~emndime u e a Antra e- ad pat' both ithe a oreql,~eapXt~lerLIý 'trwh lit 1$ yeerahl u: other!P ottl·"he of the tr Wosuld aoc It. l ý Weck Jb he~hre a moot Ii W he 4e owahait w et ' 4 M fitktrop wcei ith. _ - Aa likemai pete Plio. tqa teor tee te pl e tp objb~veteouit I!eUI to Jot-. "toei t L ke,, o sr gtoi ol O t tata reMAh irsbinet pidt to e it Beit tenee and lend t. Orlesanit Ott the Coitry. owree Prpm>a lated tastingt the Fiaeh Ptress-ladstp~le's Con. dition Elt0r lsfttil . Tertblbe Less of Life in China From Storsa--Bhotmands Drowned -Foreiga. PARIs, Felt AS.;- The cabinet meetteg attnirday coua$idse the case of the Dut®e of Orleens, reently convicted of violating the expulion act and sen tented to two year's Imprisonment. It Wts decided to remit the sentence im posed and conduct him to the frontier. The route which the royal ptloner will follow s kept a profound secret. TERRIBLIk STORM IN CHINA. Over 1.ooOFnlItvt Bants Wresed and oo00s People DOownmd. BAN PasNCsco, F4b. 86.-The steam bhip China has arrived from Yokohoma -and Hdong Kong.ith the report that the storm of Jan. 4St Oept away about 1,000 fashing boats, containing between 2,200 ae i8;000 pdople, frost the Bhu 'coast. t lundred of thela boats with all on 'otwere lost. On the same day eleven were wrecked off Tabdshima, and ".hermen were drowned. On Jan. -three shing boats, containing 600 0a nn were root. Lag.sae guession Setled. OrriAWA, Feb. 25.-The" French lan ageuestion is at last settled. After a six debate the vote was arrived at. The govrnment was sustained in their iroposel to leave the abolishment of French in the Northwest territoryto the ocagovernment. They got a majority of nilnety-nine. Soidalelt Leaderl Arlrestd. Biutre, Feb. $5.-The police of this city have arrested the Dutch. Socialist leaders Van Beweren, Demela and Mew enhana. The nature of the charges ngainstthe prisoners, who were discov ered in a hotel here, is unknown. (ollIelon tstweea tllitary and Sooeallats. Azro'. x. Geenioay, Feb. 95.-A col lision accurred on the Hamburg fron tier between the military and some So cialiste who attempted to hold a meet ing. .'ight' civilans were severely wounded. Another affray occurred at Cottbus, also reaultingin bloodshed. tlest in Oenmeay. BDans, Feb. 25--Riots growing out of the elections have occurred in Bern berg. Kenigburg and Frankfort. In Berlin thityrisx arreswts have been made for rioting._ sseettas the Pime. PAme, .Feb. 2i.-The French senate, by a vote of 178 to 107. ha paased the bill provding for summary proaedaing a rgaist e bs pabliaingt. lo _.overnmeat .hais. Wreeae4 tb! Mos. with )Oyeamtte. DemeaN, Feb., 9t.-Abriekl ayerneatad Mbtie~a osedyaaenitccoeauetfleempt, to oiboot hie lenlaiilljy. He euthiequentl l baesairýaasehua. ahe Riebigo a ee " a Jperibta llieltrtWith sorm. t gtorpo, $eb d Pd-The steamsrhip ltcanok, Qapt., which left Mil watekee for Qre von Wednesday ec, s atorm reached has lat .'s sigbt; after oneo thes- inapt `'rlkc 41$ wlt wheel and -web avver ca s~ on the lekes. ,ýIawe s1 h 4 -leo'b inches .c~lLaapert."fhe, ii retks oof, and the esw 9ppteI7 Only three tetver' - 'I to vs tsted a mar 'tlipT, fi~lidn hoct +d1 W 'OK Grand Bay-n ai w 'o'vld Thursday t ýl o thetereio ncrth Yrp* com eel tout tabout. The ýfl' l l'brinnr hea y tht ever aq1º to , I ur. attempt 5's espspJ The *emtorm sm l 0I V A ~ i offtW and for t. hours ter t k Grain waven, the sIsamer ound le harb~buor. ' AKA ETSRNAL HOLIDAY. ea WaeeIgteona' YaFh 20.-A dieaa, H~R~r~~. ~N~~Mill tw~o miles thistxJI ph bewFy foruenon Oher. 1ay useohne , 'Were tilewn to a biol t ] .RtYr 1uI'c4N4OLBe, lad., Feob.. w-Psnulic sung to les Fahherty, I'CP "1ýd 1rea'h work drhzn·~l ~ 1 tad .Inn- ` let of "-urn. olckees, tres bh aedoy1 toa I dst Walil. ei-, 4 lr,, toebM. e4 il A4 Hawkles If you. aý~d 0 umbtulc or etat!as ýllllads ofac~pplle 0bi WA bwa2 Irt to dih hoeesf A t f of two. ben he0 kys Th A~ier wll para hids. H I at Loe/4sesaweea lthe ( etif drug Moo on J. A'. "`,. ' PU~ IZA .4 ~ver, voow ace a rlothd I of Ob'e I at. babl renaAli to .b t~s~ RAILROAD RUMStLblS. re on the lielhart Branch eUd he e.at. Falls COuadla-A'Boom at Lethbrldge. Mr. T. Foley, head of the contracting firm of Foley Bros. & Co., has returned from a trip along the line of work on the Neihart branch. "Everything Is progress ang favorably," he said to the Tin:wun, "and we will be able to turn over a com pleted railroad to the company on omn tract time." "When as that " we inquired. "April let, but we have cotlsiderabe latitude. While I think we will be able to complete the work at thit time, we are not absolutely required to do so, under our contract." "When will track laying be resumed?" "Within a few weeks if the weather is favorable. The big bridge or trestle at Belt will be completed in four days and then we will have a finished grade to the sluice boxes. When track laying begins we will continue right along until the last ilal is laid at Monarch." "Do you expect the road to be contin ued up to Nelhart at once?!' "That t can't say, having no othcil in formation on the subject. I can not un derstand, however, why it should termin ate one foot short-of the mining Lemp, whence its business is to come." There is now no firm in the northwest that does railroad contracting on a larger scale than that of Foley Bros. d Co., and Mr. F. fully expects to have his flngers deep down in the Great Northern exten sion pie. We are very likely to seemuch of him during the present season. THE GREAT FALLS & CANADA. I. M. Roso of the Great Falls and Can ada, has been out il the field almost con. setantly, without regard for weather. He said to the TRIBUNE today that the engi users are pushing the work as rapidly as possble. They are now beyond the Teto and doubtless are having a hard time' of it during this severe weather. There ate no settlements on the lite and they muaedepend on their tenns and camp stoves for warmth. But the aerage railroad surveyor is used to such things and is not much inclined to grumble about it. Mr. Ross says thsceld weather will de lay them a little ingettlng work started on the Great Fans.. Canda, but will by no means prevent the.conietuion of the road from Great Falls toIethbridge by September 1st, as stipulated In the con tract. The company has established headquarters near the stock ygqld, across the riveral, and at this point witlson com mence massing the materlil ecenaary for the building of the road. A BOOM AT THE OTnoR T~RtM5IU5. "Great Falls seems to be having some thing of a boom," remarked Engineer Bardlay to a TaRnxux representative, "but you must not forget that Lethbridge, to which point the Great Falls & Canada road will be built, and where the Galt coal mines are situated will pmake rapid progress this year. W'l hin one week after the announcement that the north and south road would bebutlt' the own era of that town sold' to thq valre of ,0. English sapital is anxious to e, they have faith in the town, the coal and the railroad." 0. B. Yale, claim agent of the Great Northern, is in the city. D. Sand and P. Nicholson of Robin son, Bang & Co., contractors on the Nel hart branch are In the city, from the camp, up In the sluite boxes. They re port that work has been progressing favorably this winter. H. and T. B. Kirkendall are in from the work on the Nelhart branch. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. rFrom Satasdar's Daill. W. G. Jnes' hennery, which numbered aeartysthousaad fowls, bha dwindled down to fifty, owing chiefly to the fre which destroyed the coops. He may be too bu this year to resume the poultry banines. A worthy lady whose midm became on settled from a severe attack of the grippe left today for the iensane asylum at Warm Bprimp In charge of Sheriff Hamilton. Miuch sympathy is felt for her husband ant large family. C9erk sad Recorder Crosby has reddiv ed fior reased a voluminons document tving thezroceedings of the meeting of be B.4X - n ompany at which it was de cided to tsse bonds for the prpe of buildiag the aew smelter. Illll occu py eeyeral pages of the county records. eor barwin In "eoutelde acres get informsttionat the ThrBvitt9mce. The land in question must be sold within a few days or it will be out of the market. It is convenient to the. cty, almost on n line with Central avenue, and at the price asked otfers a good chance for speculation. News was received in town today of the death of A. C. Barnum, a ranchman of Evans. He was found dead In hli house on 'Thurday. Re lived there alone, 4ibkaht met out a .on- today for the eedine which may be burted in Highland temetery. Public Admini trator Dean: hbas-een notified. of Mr. iBarnum's dtis.. The advest of the Gr.at Northern rail way has iv en rise to man rumors of habeges to ie wade on .the Menian Central, the frst of which are usatnow being verified. F. Sawyer, the local agent here nas aseepted a pall from and will s.aeeed S. F. hasnnon as agent for the company at that'pity .BLanon, who i popular young ma, end a protege of Ocol.Uroadwater. will, it Is asserted, tske the management of the I.roadwter hotel neat season.-Butte Miner. The Ekb eaesleddfit oesnat a Butte ',Ite Kounain as a ~Imocratic per beausee Editor Bead saw fit.ietnd Harbm Daly and denounce the and vlldaods attack of the lelfe on that ga As a matter of falt, the In ter~ ain in the ablest, mst fearless, slacoantets preapublian paper It Mon s ed Ith elWa It in deno the s of the Rolfe as black end l yIttr sort of oharacter ar.e v the Rolfe refer to M. as "a weak, lickspittle, garti , ft nevr mdeer madea infr ,Jfe. ' "efidegtly ýien saot d oare the bright snitb in ant wholly A.,. Levhya edaneatsrn pa pmwhich w eofiawat on to hi .catiddaghtere one that iiaslot, providad the adeons A" Alkli2t~l staisle marry democrats or remain single. Any one failing to comply with these require ments forfeits his or her share, which Is to be divided equally among the others. If all fall to comply the estate is to go to the democratic national committee. Senator Armington set out for home by way of oand Coulee today. He has re turned from Helena a wiser and a sadder man. Wiser becayse he has learned by experience what humbugs some politicans are. Sadder, because perhaps Becker did not call to say good-lye before leaving for the far west. While SesatorArmlng. ton stood by his party lis record has been honorable. It was not marked by bitter ness or extreme partisanship. lie stood ready to do all he could for Cascade county, but he could not shake off the five Butte hoodlums who defeated at the polls, be came the tools of Sanders. It is credita ble to Mr. Armington that he voted to the last for the Butte candidate for senator, deeming the other side of the range en- I titled fo a senator, even of the bogus kind. Mr. Armlngtsn's term ends with this year. It may be assumed that he I will not be caught in such a trap again. (From Theday's Dailr. l Four notices of location of gypsum claims were filed nl the recorders office today by Ed. Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whiteside arrived in town from Helena yesterday. Mr. I Whiteside has come in reference to the < contract for the dam, but expects no de- I finite action therer.n !or one or two days. ( A Sdantlnavlan today informed Post. master Taylor that a posmal order which he received had not been paid to the per son for whom he procured it. The in quirer produced the order by way of ex planation. He had never mailed itl It will be gratifying news to the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Browne to learn that their youngest son who has been hovering between life and death for several days, is now Improving, with every hopeof ultimate recovery.-River Hoo. Harry Comley of Helena a mem ber of the house of representatives and a prominent attorney of the capital, left for home today. While here he took as e defendant's attorneydeposeltions in the i- 1 vorce suit brought by Mrs.B. F. Strong. t George W. Taylor represented on this o:eassio, Wade. Toole & Wallace, wle are the plaintliff's attorneys. A Great Northern freight train, com ing down the fatal Dry Fork of the Marlas, within twelve miles of Fort Ben ton yesterday morning ran through a bunch of range cattle and killed and malned twenty-five head. The cattle be longed principally to the North Montana and Benton & St. Louis Cattle cou panles. Strange tosay the train was not thrown from the track.--River Press. Captain Jensen has infohmed Adjutant I General Douglas that Company A of Great Falls is prepared to compete in drill with any company In the territory. I Captain Jensen says the prize should be about $250, so as to cover expenses. The challenge has been given in view of the I approaching completion of the Helena i arsenal, wh.ch may be opened with mill tary ceremony. E. V. Rubottom and bride arrived from the east yesterday, and Mr. R. has been the recipient of many congratula tions from has friends. The happy event took place on February 20th at Ottumwa, Iowa, Miss Juliet Carter having been "the party of the second part." Mr. and Mrs. Rubottom will go to housekeeping at once and after March 1st will be "at home" to their friends. The Taranru offers its heartiest enogratulations. This singular announcement appears in the Fergns County Argue: "Wanted In Phllbrook, a resident pastor. No questions asked as to religious belief. Only men of the finest ability need apply. To the right man a wealth of promises will be guaranteed, and if he 'ro!lvesthe year more promises will be promised. We can promise this to be a promising neighborhood." A meeting of Irishmen and Irish Americans was held last evening in the cozy dining room of the Cascade hotel. After electing Pat Hughes president, and Dan Silverla secretary, a society was formed which is to be established as a permanent organization. It was decided to celebrate Robert Emmet's birthday. A committee was appointed and was in structed to arrange i programme and procure any subscriptions needed to make the entertainment a success. Another meeting will be held in the Cascade hotel dning-room on Thursday evening next at 8:80 o'clock. All those who wish to assist or join the aseoclation are invited to attend. Among those present were Joe Otterson, James Connolly, J. Brosnan, J. Greely, J. Burke, Thomas Corbally. Lerom T.edsr a Daly.] Mayor Fairfield set out for the railroad camp near Belt today. Julius Horahberg, the Choteau mer chant, is ln the city and registered at the Park hotel. William Roberts says that building disaterial will be cheaper during the com Ing season than heretofore. On motion of Dr. Ladd, the school board yesterday directed that the school house shall be open during lunch hour. Mr. Miller tried to reach the Carbon ate camp the other day but found the snow too hard. He says it is about four feet deep on the range. Mr. Beckon of the Cash Bazaar is hav ing his store papered and otherwise Im proved before opening his spring goods. which are arriving daily. Conductor Platter of the Central,whose train ran into and killed t. band of er.ttle some two weeks since, was yesterday pre. sented with a beautifully engraved bull club by a circle of admiring frienda.- Helena Journal. MONTANA SITINGS. The Cumberland shaft is to be sunk to 800 feet. Officer Carroll has become chief of po lice in Butte. Helena proposes to establish a cham her of commerce. Deer Lodge has held a large anti min eral lind grab meeting. There is to be daily mail service from White Sulphur Springs to Castle after March 1. Frank Higglns of Mlasoula has been suggested as the next democratic candi date for congressman. The Knights of Pythias in Missoula celebrated the twenty-sixth anniversary of the order with due honor. Butte is to have grssd opera as well as Helena. "Carmen,"' Faust" and "Will lam Tell" are the operas selected. It is believed that Governor Tools will never call this legislature to meet again, at ,least so long ae Bray and his four Mrs. Charles Omo's aocount of her fight with Ed. Smsith reads like a dine novel. She 'showed wonderful pluck. le is vilt otly handy with a revolver. 1be6 Helena democratic club held a large meeting on Thursday to prepare for the city campaign. Mr. Connolly presided, flle. H. ('omly made a strong speech. The Elkhorn mine yiehlPd in 10 months last year 372,7117 ounc,.:s of silver nad 200,620 ounces of pure gold. About 125 tons of ore were sold Ibhider, to smelting compaslies. The Missoula Gazette says: "Some queer names occasionally appear. A leg al ad. is running in the G(azette where he given namie of one of the Iparties is 'Soltuded' We once knew a famoily of six girls whose names were Grace, Mercy, Peace, Faith, Hlope and Charity." And the greatest of these was Charity, we suppose. Marcus Daly and associates have hben granted It franchise to construct and operate a street railway in Anaconda. According to the terms of the franchisr the New Northwest says the construction of the road must Ilegin before August 1.t, and it must be completed and in opera tion within one year from that date. The line will probably connect Anaconda and Carroll. The numerous friends of t.al Dickenson will be sorry to learn that he severs his connection with the firm of T. C. hPower & Bro. of this place today. lie leaves fr Judith Landing, where he will remalil temporarily. Mr. Dickenson is a first class nccount.nt, a genial, whole-ouled fellow, and we wish him succes, where ever his lot is coat. Daniel Brnrctou is expected back about the 2'1 .!nsot. to succeed Mr. Dickenson and rI.~- ne his old place with the firm. Mr. drereton has many friends here who wici be glad to hear that he is to return t.o i,ewistown. He is now at Deer Lodge.- 'ergus Coun ty Argus. Rickards is about to engage with J. A. Lewis of Butte in the real estate business. Will he rule that eight lots are as good as nine ? Mrs. Omo has been released from pris on. She and her husband intend to re nsove to Butte, so as to be away from tne scene of her fatal encounter with Smith. John Caplice of Butte will reopen the Speckled Trout mine which was once the leading producer of the Phillipsburg dis trict. Missoula has established the Gate City club with 62 members. Vagrants are numerous in Butte. LAND FOR SALE 280 acres of land adjacent to the townsite of NORTH GREAT FALLS, and adjacent to the site of the great COPPER SMELTER & REFINFRY, with a river and water power frontage of more than a mile a short distance below the GREAT DAM of the Missouri at Black Eagle Falls. I Will sell in a body or in par eels. Alneuitable for platting. Call upon or address J. L. HENRY, Great Falls, Mont. --'Z'Z--Z.- CASCAUH BANK --OF GREAT FALLS, MONT. tIporated under the laws of Montana April 5, 1889.1 S. E. ATINSON, - President WILL HAIIS, - Vice-President F, P. ATKINSON, Cashier DIRECTORS : S. E. ATrxneeo, JACoB SwrTzEr, PETER LARCON, WILL HANKS, Jone .T. ELLIS, F. P. ATKINSON, A General Banking Business Transacted, Ioterest allowed on time leposits. M tga - Loan. -THE- Northwestern Guaranty Loan Co. Capital, $2,000,000. Short and long time loans on im proved town property and farm lands. H. O. CHOWEN & CO., Agts. Ofice oppodite Park Hotel. The gelebrated French gure, W""".ee "APHRODITINE" ' P081TI C - / o~der of the dgenestlve or setr C , et a. le whstl Ur nr o rF ise fromb the A TER sxeeee use of etllmilautS, Tobacte or Opium. orehrough youthful indisretlou, ever ludulg. -ee., Ae., sueh as louss of Brainl Poer, Wakelul Weseaarin g don Patnale the Back,, Ceintia weakneu, Plyamrla NervouaP n ostrath on Notlu al Emlssote, Ieueerrhcea, Dilziness. Weak hem elate teu lead to pImallre s. l ag, oll1 iasau Sty. Price $1.00 a box. I boxe ( r 9.00 Ianr by A WRITTEN (IUARAT*A "for eveeyt5.00 rder t refund the m cay II l.r evlleaeln sure no t e d. Thousnds of tasttnonitls ee olde n'tyoung, of both sexes p',rulleie'o'y crted hv AeHannc TIem . ('ee irsfvlep Adlir. w THE APHRO ME'ICIN" o ) "12 P¥ORTLAhSr . For sale by Lepeyre Bros., Greet Fulls. Legal Blanks. THE TRIBUNE Ilnsnow in stReck a :OMPLETE LINE OF BLANKS -Including- DEIEDS,H MOITGAES, LEASEB. DEEDS Off MINING ('LAIMS, NOTICES OF LOC(A 'TION, BIONDS, BONDH FOR DEEDS, BILLS OF SALE. IIEIITIFI. ('ATES OF INGOIIPOIt ATION, Etc., Etc. Also a fuill linets of Justile of the Peace Blanks. M3r Any required Blank printed to or .r promptly. Send your orders to THE TRIBUNE, reat Flls, - Mont lineapolis House. HOME-LIKE -:- COMFORTABLE. RATES, $1.50 A DAY Excellent Cuisine. No Bar. R. E. WAND, Prop'r, econld avenue South, Great Falls, Mont. Cascadc StaFles, A. D. VANCE, Prop'r. Pirst - Class Livery Stock. DOUBLE AND SINGI E RIGS TO LET BY TIIE DAY. WEEK OR MONTH. A. D. Vance is now ready to receive the pat ronageof his friends in the newa ('oecadlo Stables, rcated on Second avenne uooth, bet. Fourth and Ft ifth streets. Boarding and transient hors taken eate car of at reasonable rates. We also have tourists' outfit. I proose to ke.ps a snp ly of the beet teed there is in Greant alls. I ave purchaned of Pareis Gibson O totns of the bet blue-joint hay. Plean call and see me. A. D. VAN('E. Peop'r, A. J. VANCE, Scpt. Sand Coulee Property FOR SALE. Hotel and Saloon property for salet. . rare chance to buy a paying business. Address JOSEPH HOWSON, Sand Coulee, Mont. HELENA, MONT. A School of Thorough Practical Busi ness Training, aBookeeping, Arithetloc, Plenmnsahip, BaHk ino, Buosness nod Legal Forms. Telegrlaphy Correspondence. Typewriting, Spelling and all the English Brrnces,. Pyenmanship taught by masl; trial lesson, $1. SPernoin Phonographyb by mail A full sorps of experienced teachers. Day and evening sessions. bor references and particu lars read "Bosines. Educator" or addro0ss H. T. ENGELHORN, A. N. Principal and 'rpriaetor, Helena, Mont. I. W. SHIPLER, PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PHOTOCRAPHER. Views of ranoches, stok, etc., taken on short notice. Views of Montana and in the vicinity of Great Fals always on hasd. toxl $9 per doe. or 75 cents each, mailed to any address. Central avenue. but. Fourth and Fifth Sta., 1½ret Fulls. MINERS' HALL, SAND COULEE MONT. Leased at reasonable rates for concerts, balls, celebrations, etc. Has a seating capacity of about 200. Nelson Bros,, Proprs. O. C. ESTEY, DEPUTY SHERIFF, BAND COULEE, - - MONTANA Collctioms proomptly attended to. Corre lepndeare solieltsl. TIIAT HACKING CO)UGH can be to quickly cared by Shiloh's (Cure. We guarantee it. For sale by Lapyre Bros.