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A.The One-Price Clothier. ____ The One-Price Clothier. -THE CASCADE BANK -OF GREAT FALLS, MONT. Ilncorporliel 4onder the laws of Montana April 5. 1880.I S. E. ATKIISON, - President WILL HANKS, - ce-President F. P. ATKINSON, Cashier DIRECTORS : S. E. ATKINSON, JiACOB SWITEER, PETER LARSON, WILr HAfKS, JOHN J. ELLIS, F. P. ATKINSON, A Beneral Banking Business Transacted. Interest allowed on time deposits. THE CITY COUNCIL. The Aldermen Refuse to Confirm George Treat for Manrhal-Routine Buslmess. The newcooncil was a little tardy in getting together Tuesday eve, but when once assembled they dispatched a great deal of business. Mayor Dickerman and some of the new councilmen lack the knowledge of routine council work, which practice will soon give. GOOD SUGGESTIONS. Mayor Dickerman, in opening the ses sion, recommended that immediate steps be taken toward the removal of signs from over the sidewalks, that some pro vision be made for Uniforming the city police and that action be taken to extend the water mains where applications were approved. IATERAL. SEWERs ORDERED. Three petitions were read, signed by the property owners interested. asking the city to put in lateral sewers connect ing with the Third street sewer, said I laterals to be paid for bythe property holders. The first sewer to pass through alley of blocks 306 and 867; the second through blocks 246 and 247 and the third through blocks 312, 318, 814 and 815. On motion of Alderman Germn, they were ordered constructed. WANT WATER MAINS EXTENDED. A petition from C. P. Downing was 2 read asking for an axtenslon of the water t main from the school house to Seventh street. ALLEY ABANDONED. The action of the former council In abandoning the alley in block 86 being considered illegal, the clerk was author ized to give legal notice and the neces sary steps would be taken to legally abandon said alley. NUMBERING THE HOUSES. A communication was read from G. G. Wilson in regard to numbering the houses. On motion it was referred to the committee on streets and alleys. GEORGE TREAT REJECTED. The council next proceeded to the con sideration of the mayor's appointments. Mayor Dickerman offered the name of George fH. Treat for city marshal, but the council refused to confirm the nomina tion by a vote of 5 against to 2 for. Al derman Gerin then offered the name of Sol Ytes. MIr. Yates was rejected by a vote of 4d to 3. A motion was then cal rind deferring the election until the next meeting. For night watchman the names of R. S. Ball and Mike HLealey were pre. sented, lr. Ball was elected by ama jority of 3. Charles Moore, watchman at the hose house, J. C. Johnson, streetcom- t missioner, and H. 0. Chowen, park coNm minsioner, were elected by acclamation After some dlscussiln the selection of a c city engineer wa postponed for the pres ent. UNIFOIIOns Fon TIE FIREMEN. P Chief Ringwald of the fire department presented the claims of the volunteer d firemen for uniforms for use in drill and parades and as it means of holding the It company together. Ieferred to the fire tl committee. It ROUTINE cBUSINESS. 0 A resolution requiring the police force tflu to wear uniforms was passed and the e mayor authorized to select same.m The Groat Northern railroad was c, granted the right of way across a corner of one of the parks. Aldermen Bridges, Rowen and Nathan B were appointed a committee to report on as the extension if water mains. All appli- c cants for water should confer with them this week. cr Aldermen Bridges, Albrecht and in Brown were appointed to report on the pn erection of a riry jail. ye Aldermen liowoen, Fletcher and Al- th brecht, with Chief Ringwald, were ap- on pointeo to Invertigute the fire alarm and be report. y A resolution was passed confirming the co transfer by John P. Dyes ofhistelephone fe franchise to the IRoclky Mountain Bell ne Telephone company. Adjourned for one week. La aounclI Ceellinga. William Brown, alderman from the Fourth, has moved out of the ward and is disqualified to serve. He handed in his resignatiot last evening. A special elec tion (under the Australian system) will have to be called to fill the vacancy. Ac tion in regard to the resignation was i,,stIrspced ,0t'1 rIle next meeting. "'Who is R. S. Ball?" was asked by a good many last night. The gentleman a was elected night watchman Isetevenlng. He was formerly a sheepman on Box o Elder in this county, but is not very well known in the city. He has probably never had any experience as a police officer. The council certainly did a wise thing in refusing to make a change of city en gineer. Mr. King is in the midst of a sur vey of the city and everybody hns con idence in his abilityto perform the wore .'orrectly and satisfactorily. To change .t this time would be worse than "swap lug horses while crossing a stream." Mayor Dickerman was a good deal more courteous to the aldermen than they were to him. After they had refused to confirm Mr. Treat as marshal, the mayor surrendered his right of nominating and practically asked the council to name their man. Alderman Gerin named Sol Yates, but the council refused to indorse him. Then Mr. Gerin moved that the matter of selecting a marshal be post. poned for the time being. The motion prevailed or otherwise a marshal might have been selected without the mayor having anything to say about it. It is understood that Mayor Dicker man will renominate George Treat mar shal and fight it out with the council if it takes all summer. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. IFrom Wednesday's Daily.l Two more car loads of ties for the street railway arrived today and are be ing placed along the line. Reports from the Milk River valley state that the recent rains have brought the grass out wonderfully. The Great Falls and Canada road re ceived six more cars yesterday. Several car loads of material also arrived. The immense drive which Charles Wegner will bring t this city will con tain about 8,5000100 feet. The Iolter Lumber company intend to start soon on the large addition to the present ware house. Mr. C. Steurnagle, formerly with Strain Brothers, has bought a stock of gnoods and will open a general store in North Great Falls. Mr. S. is a young man of ability and enterprise and will no doubt make a success of this venture. J. C. Lily, postmaster at Barker, is in the city receiving the congratulations of friends on the recent rich strikes in thit camp. Mr. Lily has a large nuember of claims and with the development of the camp will become a millionaire. Messrs. Gorselin and Mumbrue have leased aHu's stone quarry and are taking out large quantities of blue, red and white sandstone. Parties who propose nuilding will do well to consult with I these gentlemen before arranging for atone. Mr. Ashby Conrad returned to Billings last Thursday, having completed a circuit i of the globe, traveling for his health. We are glad to learn that he gained the object sought, besides having had a royal od time making the grand rounds a la Nellie Bly.-River Press. Says an exchange: The Great North ern surver party is at present camped sear the Piegan mission, on Two Medi nine crees. It seems to be settled that the Pacific extension will go through the fanas or Two Medicine pass, but where the extension will start from is a matter of conjecture. Mr. Graham of the Great Falls Stables returned yesterday from a trip out along in the line of the Canada & Great Falls road. Grading is progressing rapidly °g and a large force of men and teams are or- at work. Much trouble is experienced e in securing water for the teams; to some Ily places water must be hauled ten miles. This makes the grading very expensive. Prof. W. E. Leach is making arrange Smens to establish a busness college in this city and is meeting with much en he couragement. He has been connected to with a like institution at Helena and comes highly recommended by his as sociates and pupils. Prof. Leach has se cured the Arion hall for his school and a- expects to make a start here next week. to. James McDevitt, the owner of Fort of Conrad, returned last evening from Great ie Falls and left for the Marias this after noon. Mr. McDevitt will soon lay out the townsite of Fort Conrad on the Great Falls and Canada railroad, which he exn etsto make the supply point for the weet rass ills and the extensive and fertile agricultural and grazing country t in that neightorhood.-River Press. S Will not go to Chioago. The Pioneer Press says it is authorized .- to deny, once for all, on the highest pos sible authority, the rumor that the gen. eral offices of the Northern Pacific are to be removed from St. Paul, or that any such movement has ever been contem plated for one moment. When Mr. Vii lard was in that city a few weeks ago, he declared himself definitely on the subject. While walkingdown Fourth street with a leading citizen of St. Paul, the latter said to him, "Mr. Villard, it has been stated that the general offices of your road are to be removed from this city." The reply came instantly: "There is no truth in it; on the contrary, we contemplate doubling the accommodations offered by our pres ent building here at an early day." This puts an end to the gossip that has oh talmed a great circulation and a little s credence. "Tired all tlhe Time," Say many poor men and women, who Sseem overworked, or are debilitated by change of season, climate or life. If you could read the hundreds of letters prais I ing Hood's Sarsaparilla which come from people womn it has restored to health, you would be convinced of its merits. As this impossible why not try Hood's Bar saparilla yourself and thus realize its benefit? It will tone and build up your system, give you a good appetite, over come that tired feeling and make you feel, as one woman expresses it, '-Ilike s new creature." A tew more pair of those $8 and $83.50 Ladies' Fine Slices for $2. Your choice. STRAIN BRUos. BUY LOTS IN NORTH GREAT FA. . ovrs theBEAUTIFUL PLATEIAU overiaoka the'TWW IT Cs ne ILnaAme 9--1 It covers the BEAUTIFUL PLATEAU overlooking the' BLACK EAGLE FALLS, where the CHOICEST RESLDENCE and BUSINESS LOTS may, for a limited time, be purchased for kss than HALF THE PRICE of other property not so well lo catkd. Prices only $100 to $350 for 50 fest front Terms easy Send for mapa and other information to J. O.IGREGG, Park Hotel, Great Falls, Mont. Or A. K. BARBOUR, Helena, Mont. THE SITE OF IMMENSE FACTORIES. The BOSTON & MONTANA COMPANY have selected NORTH GREAT FALLS as the site of their IMMENSE FAC TORIES, which will furnish constant employment to thousands of workmen whose CASH WAGES will circulate every month in NORTH GREAT FALLS and vicinity. AN IMMENSE DAM TO BE BUILT. Au Immenae J~ana iatPow ndcoigtx to beoe app n the Mliuoati River aBove r, 1. Fe leetN WJH GtBER T FALLS ata cI o irnd Hundrede of Mills. or "iinprovosnents will ran do which will create a deaoaad ý'Zamare willfrostage and Chs Rainbow and Croopsed Sll will nU ai L-ogwhL swe with in a few minutee' welk of N 1ORT T (} A Fe. TPIE- BEST PLC TO i~~VJ`'fiNVEST.j The, GI4Ti3$T RBIS IN VALLIJS df1BWt.Ng: 'rz'1 dariing 110 will bel NORTH GFRR T. AI4,8 br eMn of the MILUIONS to bye IExSP D in 64' vxoudw i'mtdgh o SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO TI.rE E : ~ *~JR0 I age The Ulm Post mee. rap- It was stated a few days ago that the deal postoftc at this place had been discon hey tinued. This is not exactly true, although i to rsail is not received at present. The odreal trouble is that there is no carrier to sme take the mail from the trains to the post ol office. For nearly three years Mr. W. H. sieUlm has attended to carrying the mall ts. wtthout appointment and without pay. s The mail has increased until some days ieon It is necessary to go twice with a wheel arrow to get the mail over to the office. yo This workis confining and has been done by Mr. Ulmas long as he thinks just er- without pay. He nformed the assstant lar- postmaster general that he could not act f it as carrier and no mail will be left until a carrier is appointed. There are more than 40 persons who receive mail at this office and the proper authorities should see that a paid carrier Is appointed for this station and relieve the pressing need of the people. the be- Ul Notes. A new 10-pound baby is the latest ar ley rival at the section house at Ulm. He is ght a lusty fellow and is doing well. The owners of the quarry nerr Ulm re- have received two immense derricks and rat in a short time will put a large force of J men to quarrying rock for the Helena and Great Falls buildings. The stone is Sof beautiful color and of excellent DO quality. The ferry boat has been repaired and on is now in running order. re- The drouth has almost blasted the hopes of the projectors of the creamery. n- Oi sin less rain comes soon the grass will be ds short and it will be impossible to start rth the creamery this season. of The World Enriched. The facilities of the present day for the in production of everything that will con o duce to the material welfare and comfort hit of mankind are almost unlimited and of wh.en Syrup of Figs was first produced he the world was enriched with the only perfect laxative known, as it is the only ye remedfywhich is truly pleasing and re freshing to the taste and prompt and tse effectual to cleanse the system gently in ith the Spring time or, in fact, at any time tor and the better it is known the more pop. ular it becomes SHE WAS POISONEDI be al la b at Fo se talb re me or are to' se clt"uswe gB dir for. y pre not Saby blood. Is it any woder she E obs e feelo "blue?" In most cases blues are ex only another name for badblood. bman Hisb s- or woman feels nhappy. ife seems I . dark. Theheart heavy. Bad bloodiE mni Scarrying its poison all over the body, and iChi r- e rall imulhues." Fre d Read theasexperlenree frai SMrs. C. C. Htehlsone, of Pittston, Pa., fine saya: "I ronAider Dr. Aicker's English wor d Blood Elixir the best medicine in the dup world, not only for blood troubles, but also for dsnsia, with which I have t mtywife nd fremlybe . Bi lieve that Dr. AnkaeraEngAish Blood Elixir t is the best of allbloodmedicinee,and will I remove oil impurities of the blood." Gso. V. SuowNs, Valley City, Dak. Thin grand Elixir is sold by dringgeto iis honest medicine, not a cheap sarespo. rilla. Try it to.day For sale by Lapern Bros., Great Falls, Most MON'ARCH. MONARCH is the terminus of the Belt Mountain Railroad. MONARCH has immediately tributary to it the richest agricultural district In Montana, where irrigation is not needed and large crops are roised. MONARCH is down grade from Neihart, Barker and Carbonate mining districts. MONARCH is to have a public sampling works. MONARCH is to have reduction works. MONARCH is to have an elevator. MONARCH is to have a bank. MONARCH -:- LOTS Are now for sale on easy terms and at low prices by Free pass on railroad to all purchasers of lots. h"New Home" igh Phe -AND to at " White" sail lay. aye SEWING :-: MACHINES. act For sale by i a hi Win. Albrecht, uld od Oppoite Park Hotel. ar Furniture, Carpets & Wall Paper is PRICK ALWA5S THE LOWERE. Im WE'VE GOT ad THE GRIPl ad On a Big Bright Assortment of Sea b sonable Goods. We will let them trt go at Popular Persuasive Prices. Catch on to our prices and you won't he let go of them. ad ed ly ad in pe An elegant tineof Dress Goods fa both Foreign and Domestic that tell their own tale of cheapness. Never was thereta more complete line of millinery than bre are showig thia season and In laddatinI to our Mrs. Prior (who, without a doubt is one of the best trimmers in the wb t, we have secured the services of a laye direct from D. B. Fisk, Chicago, there. fore, with our inlcreased force we arei prepared to turn out Millinery on short notice. KAn elegant line of black and fancy colored silk hosiery. We als have the Sexclusive Sale of the celebrated Coon Black. In our shoe department we have'a Smost complete lie of ladies, Misses and I Children's Soes, in Tan, Ooze Calf and, French Kid Slippers. Just receiveii from factory another invoice of Men.s, fine Kangaroo Shoes at $8.50. Men' working shoes at $1.00 to $2.00 cannot be duplicated at 25 per cent more money. Keep us in mind when you want a Bargain. We are Bound to attraot trade if low prlies and good goods will do It. Terms Strlotly Cash. New York Cash Bazaar, R. D. BECKON, Prop. . . . . . . . . -. BUY LOTS - " AT - HALT- f ZC For a Few Days IN RIVERSIE ADDI N, North Great Falls. Apply to Or ST. AMOUR & LAMBIE, D. D. LAMBIE, Room 18, Bailey'Blook, PARK HOTEL, HELENA, - - MONTANA. Great Falls, - Montana. ----,,... !"1 . "v..aq..a. REASONS WHY YOU sHOULD BUY LOTS IN THE First. It is within easy reach of the business center. Seoond. Our Lots are sightly with a fine view of the city and. surroundin. country. Third. Our Lots are large, 60x130 feet, with Wide Streets and Alleys. And last, but not least, our PRICES ARE 80 LOW that anybodyc an buy. eys. lastut From $50 Upward-Small Payment Down. balanoe-on long time at Low rate of interest The present prices will be raised shortly. WILCOX' & DeCAMP, Dunn block BEACHLY & FULLERTtON, Boolksellers and Stationers, BLA1K BOOKS AND LEGAL BLANKS. OFFICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT OHOIOCE LIQUORS AND OIGA_ Also 4jcomplete line of Newspapers and Novelties, School Suplet. Orde Ce' tra ; Avenue ' ' Par Drive i rom outside of t.he ciay wll be given prompt . Cent l ue Park Drive. N.XT Doo TO TW o omRwo n - - .. eAT NA:.S...oNT JULIUS HORST, Proprietor. .. -,..w- ~ ~-! -- u,. ,. |e w-t#l-, Where is the Dam over the Missouri River ? At Black Eagle Falls. Where is the Boston & Montana Smelter and works ? At the Dam and Black Eagle Falls Where is North Great Falls ? At the Dam, Black Eagle Falls and Boston & Montana Smelting Works. Where will be made the most money in real estate in Moitana°? At North Great a~. ilh. Who is the sole agent for North Gre Falls T GAHA AN oin lra t i Carriage always ready to show you to the ground. FT. ituAN S tore.