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•ER, n . ,
ples ipl rd o the Rsk 7we
ouned as Wymtan
NSIVE OF ITI FOillUND THEaH
•new doealmded in the Dietrict
coset PeFr th
Teea.
Let flr the leetrie
trePet l* and Smelter
Work.
e discovey made by Merritt, Boyd
, at the heod of Wymna'brwk a trl
ry of Logging creek, I attreoung a
deal of attention. SeveB l smaples
e from these prospect anrc now din.
ed at the Park hotel. Their samples
rich in silvet atd lead, and contain
iron. They have been fitly termed
carbonates r and aree melting,
smelters will pay a premium for ores
is grade to help In the reduction of
tory ares. The parties in thliljom
are confident that they hmvenstraor
oanza and with further development
be able to command their own price
he propertles,
e prospects are favorably located,
g easily accesable by wagon road
ogging andWynian oreeks a distance
bout six mileL The Wyman, Colt m
America, MeYrlt & Wyman No. 8,
leads of hard carbonates of from
20 inches In thickness. Al Steel, a
otor of long experleoce among the
of Colorado a.t New Meoico, has
y visited thetse LiMes on e trip of in
dion. Hise amazed at the quality of
ore and the lfe5 showing. He says it
e finest proespelet er saw in any
Stry and there Is n doubt tt t here
vast bodies of mineral In these
rntalins.
he Wyman and Colimbus have at.l
y been developed enough so that ore
meats might he made sad thework
tog pushed with vigor. These dse
res are In a oetioik wlehh has never
prospecte]}ieetofore and many new
tlonu may be expected.
MaPOlTANIa, ONTRACT kiADn. ea.
may
Electric Putlet McMiWea -N vS.l.ea trai
Work at the llesteaje &' oanasmA
samatter. rrie
adily but surely prepratloons arego
to carry lnto eecot the importent iy.
rises connected wlthathis city.
tracts are ~ile without Ibister t_
few hear Of-tieat upti't, Workmen
the gound.
e Tmauxs learns, this afternoon, on t
authority that the contract has been
to well-known contractors for the ase
hwork connected with the electtle
t railroad for whlch a tranwchie was
ted to Mr. Parsons and his eaqnoltese
important contract has also beau
e for the exeavation work at the ate
e Boston h Montana smelter. TihI thS
other mlportantatep toward tha, of
thou of the great smelter mnd liild. g
bhelonging therefo. of
-of
osr. O Ae w, Em ote watae ,
A la..r lant.
he following telegran explains it- a
work as f.e.t poedble. la
r. Woodbury as the manager of the
'Falls Foundry and Iron Works. I.
Ile here a few days inoe, he made all
aeary arrangements for thobbonstue
of his' buidings and let the can
for the work to-WWhiit & Lanta.
y were to begin upon being nowdded
Mr. Woodbury, and Ihe above dis
ch shows they did not hre to wait
he lumber has been purchased of Ira
aer Co., who will begitgdeltrlag
os block SO tomaorro. There .e tO
tve bulldisag In all andthtioeo b
id for the fougdry and machine shopa '
I1 be very large streteYpe. All wal so
frame bulditage and dt4tpe with pa
tcutlar referncee to tl .ptposee for fc
elh they are Uintend d.
r. Woodbury thlnr dthe CTa h
the propoeto eelebt t here or, do
fouadry and iron wod Itw ly
ve all moder cui.l aew i to
ry want oat thttlib t 4m , s
uildloge ind anftrwe In perate t
works.
DoatAToo AN tAT ewa . e
l. Curti s Wilel ci . 4A-repepst
Col. t. D. uts egisa~p WUhel in
lmpany A on pO. the P0lth at.
On the emedapt itpped to have io
bat rrce onuatdna tyb f between J. d
udaur, the otgw~o t-the United
tee, and Albert A, Hemin, the (hUa
Mr. Hlub b t agent of the
to , 'wli
The pro i
t olght cii a 1bl#
a theln l W d
the n4* JOew .'i db t se
p or ltelk t eI%*
tone. oey a
Ihetrost Hof e
hih willbe pa*
All the o i l l'tpId
Go to Frank *fin
DORt LOOKER.
Ed Via 6 55tly Usesan Apapoeaed Pay.
` t,° of te. NaMy.
' m i pay termaster general of the
trti Batenavy, Commodore Thomua
Ea Ziaoara, h a record of nearly forty.
th w.fa ian both the line and sdaf of
t tolook back upon He is 61
yeeajs ,andl a native of Ohio. Durlag
the Is civil war he wee attachedto
the fpi and North Atlantic bloaldin
squadrona, an
whereverhislines
have been easthe'1
has done good
work for Unole
Sam. His con
neotioh with the
navy began in
1844, whenhewas
appointed mid
hipman. He
served through
ont the Mexican
cotmmono5 n OOKnI war and gained
several especial mentions from his aupe.
ror offcers It was this service in Mexico
and subsequent trying experiences in the
tropics which brought on the chronic ill
neos that forced his resignation in 1868, I
wrhen he was appointed to the coast sur
roy. In the following year he was made
a purser in the navy in consideration of J
his gallant services in the past. He has ]
since filled at various times all the higher
poast in his corpe, and was at one time
assistant to the secretary of the navy.
At the time of his recent advancement
he was generatllnpedtor of the naval pay
os sang of "Home, Swaeet omes."
Everybody has heard the beautiful
song "Home, Sweet Home," and nearly
everybody knows that it was written by
John Howard Payne, an American of
genius who had no permanent abiding
place, and knew little of the home joys
he so touchingly celebrated in vere.
For this reason the letter given below is
of general interest. It is one of a num
ber recently found in an old cedar chest
at 119 Leonard street, New York city, a
house where Payne lodged for some
time. The letter is dated Oct. 8, 1848,
Is addressed to a Baltimore lady and
reads:
-r na sa e ro e Lm--erhaps yeou
ry fergottea me, hb.t te theamrev atowl
e lT eM L at r pah t e thont yo
heae eot utte ale l r fatnotl on e to
mfuchre Ltlo Bas.enr you mat ~.abl
Yeo.wilnot thlink a atrate5l wleayouad
lthatl .enda to rad t he, a he
apreas , ran.eltr.dotio which wel sate
on lne ably. .0h'esleasnes mhoat pdled .ltth
yueei mnf 'tee re luad tor ea ladyl year
dbjmleen n at. e ftd e of Wa a ds. toa nu y
~.rles wIee hafstlaae. They gren.t I re
a o lt ehre e pac mnly of Ouc huer "; eto.
wenhee bas n ssta sed en aet of mn te
mand tape bteat n.. I fworward byl ths snt
lsbesknztset aof to d o is w l dy which
warn. bnemr hle tad .Tldatle 51 seate
htehhu deb to o 0estrma e to yor wn tohr
telrted acty tot s dead that huth Is the
odria y onr wield see power. Isy of my
rlmesa rs~rle.a .h br r I te aughterees
yeu6s m ftr so m ears orf Iscation
Iof te e ttSchated tr u nd seow ye high
ly. Talai my literary desnde ha year madtina
ead retlsegee oer" They nrwttvd roar
reoh aady escsap" of s f r mf y
as expteelsey fe. Isam erley tacc nowl
en that I healm baen a home W audrn .
Ore yies, ntdwl, ha all riolabiltre;,cu l toh
in csetll the endtc ty lire's esourney.
I w.rl sersmerl y In etre heart pao. At
owme toehope tha r. wTll oric whinf •deal
ad bellsr ,eao, my~ dr, moad finaderdmdom
falthfelly 554 respetofully, yeur very obedient
and mat humbie servant,
A Wedding at Wehinglton.
The most recent notabl wedding
whichbehaeu ocourred in Weshington
a that City of notible weddings-wan that
of MUs Idly Roseorane to Mr. Joseph
gemp VTole. The bride Is the daughter
.eN Gbenz lllarn T. Hossorans, register
of the United States treasury and the
graces is tthe governor of the sew state
HIc lhoseorans bed for several years
been-a social favorite in Washington.
sod during Mr. Fairchild's official term
essisted Mrs. Fairchild at her receptions.
s .The acqinalotnewblch ledunp to the
I marriage began In quite a romantic
manner. While Mr. Toole was a dle
gate to coogrese from Montana territory
Iselived at the, isane hotel an did Gien.
Rcsscrnsn and his beautiful daughter.
_ _n._ ý . . tý .et e t
XL A0D a. Toos.
Governor Toole is an unusually hand
some man tall and distinguished ap
pearanose. they nmake an extremely
gosd looding oonpl&
The din was a quiet one, the
bride end eoo oeaiw traveling drees
during the cersonoy wna leaving direct
ly afierwanla as An extensive bridal
tour.
WilL y ulq m
A IMekleg Kelbas, ayee.
Newton, N. O., har curiosity in the
shape of a wltes nulberry tree that
emltt puas af anoke, eometimes fram
Lthe eavea. oiatlms freeom the bet
and agin from the bloom. The puts
ar eat trregulwariateavaladlos like
li s a oe foatoldgarette. The negramee
aste : ,nuvprablyby the phe
n nwaO o after in
tarted awit minut'e
Jtb ar fr ot. beatter go to
addde better 'boetdig 0wi."
A s Wl* -
in the W "
on b
lare crops,
of nnatre.
a~ wsal eospr~teua4 'a
atom Aue aawt abeti.
Squthhun
I - Rr`. C R
lU h~ea aSdttes
lieroP m bose nd an t imP*en
Sv trepm house and let A 1l:ejt
Forronme bps sad I t ad
weroom horse ae )let4'
e lots ean 4th .ee a dfNot.
9two Fi oom n. 8~~
clef 3 laen ta pepal g
a arty, Om s G 4 .0o
Stoeewberple, eedwsL
n, the.l a oflo5plelao l guild wil
festival fsr the benai
Nt W arr
Ludyic 'o beeO5IteUnt
iiisil~l~~(.bP '
Ir·:0~
NARROW GAUGE PROGRESS,
The Great Falls & Canada Grade o
Completed to the Teton, a Dl)e. hi
tance of 40 Miles. h
FEN MILES OF TRACK LAID TODAY.
The Graders are Strung Out to the
Dry Fork of the Marias, and
Beyond.
Another Important Central Avenue
Real Estate Deal
Today.
sam Grant has Just returned from the
Teton and points beyond on the Great
Palls and Canada line. He informs the
TaRauxn that the grade is now com
plated from Great Falls to the Teton, a o
distance of 40 miles, and that the graders I
are now strung along from the Teton to
Dry Fork and along that stream as far as
Fort Conrad. They are making rapid
progress and will soon have the gradecom r
pleted to Conrad. Meantime other grad- I
ing outfits will be sent beyond and by
the lot of September, easily, the entire I
road to Lethbridge will be completed.
Like good progress m being made at
this end of the line, where track-laying
is going ahead rapidly. Tonight the end
of track will be 10 miles from Great I
Falls and only a short distance from the 1
Leavings of Sun river. This is lively 1
railroad building. Mr.Grant informs us I
that his father, Donald Grant, and Dr.
Roe, will return from the east tomorrow.
Ametber mfBe Estate Da.
Harry Skinner sold his house and lot
on Central avenue today through Barnes
& Collett the Boaton capitalists that
visited Great FPals a few days ago. Con
sideration $,00. This little deal nets
Mr. Skinner b8,250,eing a profit of 100
per cent on his original investment.
THE TER.M 3LO0I5D.
Mset al musinaes Dane in Judge Bsa.
ton's Couas.
Judge Benton was, kept very busy this
morning attending tounfinished business.
Twenty civil and nine criminal cases have
been disposed of at this term of court and
25 cases have been continued to the term
to be held in June. This closes the May
term as Judge Benton goes to Benton to
hold court there next Monday.
In the case of Eilla vs Rimell, the jury
returned a verdict for plaintit.
Csgesrgatson setei.
Members of the Congregsatonal church
will attend service tomorrow in Minot
hall at 11 a. m. Rev W. L. Bell of Hel
ena will oficiate.
Bmandinavlao elebraston.
The Bcandinavian society of Sand Cou
lee have been making ample preparations
and tonight will celebrate the 76th anni
versary of the Norwegian freedom. The
exercises will include an address and a
grand ball and supper. The proceeds
will be devotedto the library fund of the
society.
Almeet aTragedy.
R. A. Milligan arrived in the city Sun
day afternoon. He reports an accident
which was almost fatal. On Friday
while the three Robinson boys were out
hunting cattle, and while riding along
abreast, a coyote was seen, when one of
the boys who carried a Winchester fired
at the animal without efect. He then
threw another cartridge into the chamber
of the gun and replaced it on the pom
mel of the saddle in front of him with
the muzsle toward his brothers. In some
way the cartridge was discharged, the
bullet takingoff a-thumb of the boy who
held the gun then struck his brother's
arm about half way between the elbow
and shoulder, completely shatterlngthe
humers or arm bone. Fortunately the
ball ranged forward Just glancing arag
the breas. The sbirdbrother was ritna
alongside and the ball pased just an
inch in ront of him. Dr. Wasonw
summoned and gave both boys .l .ed
full! attention.
HBepRe M5es.
Yesterday morning Wen. GlUasook
surprised his friends by takig unto hdler
self a wife in the person of Miss Ane '
Johnsonof SBndOoule. Mr. GIeesookis ah
thorough bulness man, and although Y
not old In years has made a reord which t
is the envy of older heads. He ban been i,
the manager of Nathan's store at and h
Coulee but is now mahaging a store for
himself. Miss Johnson is an acoomph
ed lady and deservedly popular in the
Coulee. She will be to Billy" a real a
he mate. May prosperity smile in
their diretion.
Words of Good Cheer.
That excellent newspaper, the Great
Palls TaBumra, announces that it will apr
Spearon Tuesday us a morning paper with $
full Asoqated Pre report and other
wise imprbvad and enlargedto meet the
io, y at the FFJal.- aelen I naepeondenf u
I e Rin bmen o lt f ie ovul_ r opu atn
llthiag Tackle of the bar A
- omple e Lawsn Tens Reeha irne
agesm parlor and are rn ed o s rmlr I
B e wanes o s ndclu ab tnawýMs u f Y
ii Allkinds oftbt qu ai. on a
. l a hae psd eteied
a 1rl d ae reed In the nei
to In s an quantity.ted
S. l Nble, well drillers, who
se binbtsBelt mountains all the1
va and we epý
l have br a littI. modMet about
, . - ,
0 411 pa t upw we
dei The time has ilom5 wbqn .vesyb*
y1t~ali 0 M
'Vowel~b
10'
fir, v ~~
A STATUa OF BUDDHA.
it Is atid to Be Geouine and Betongsp
a New P~reker. 11
Moses Oppenheimer, of )ew York ciy,
owns a statue of Buddha, fifteen inohes
high and carved from sandalwood, which
has been pronounced genuine by several
theosophists, nd also by the secretary
nTHE SADALWOOD BoDDHA.
of the Astor library and Col. Robert G.
Ingersoll. It represents the god in an
attitude of contemplation under the Bo
tree on a pedestal formed by the coils of
a serpent. This is said to be symbolical
of the subjugation of the principle of
evil. Mr. Oppenheimer gives the follow
ing as the history of the statue:
"An Alsatian traveler, while on the
island of Ceylon about ten years ago, en
tered one of the many temples of Budd
hism there and secured this statue of
Buddha. It stood in a niche in a some
what obscure corner of the temple, and
at a favorable opportunity, when the at
tendants were not looking, the Alsatian
quickly removed the statuette from its
r resting place and concealed it beneath
the folds of his coat. The larceny was
committed at the peril of the traveler's
life. Had detection followed, the Alsa
tian would have been put to death in a
cauldron of boiling oil, that being the
penalty for the mutilation or surrepti
tions removal of Buddhist idols. The
Alsatian. however, escaped, and snbee
i quently presented the idol, together with
other curiosities of Asiatic origin, to his
sister, a Mrs. . Friedemann, then living
in Zurich, Switesrland. From the Friode.
mMan family it passed into my hands.
During the five years that Ihave had the
statuette I have submitted it to a num
.her of antiquarians, who have pro
nounced it genuine bit of ancient Ori
ental carving, and have expressed no
dtoubt of its Buddhist origin."
The Hso Dead of Texas.
t By andbytherewill stand in front of
n the state capitol at Austin, Tex., a mon
y ument erected in memory of the grand
o old heroes of the Alamo. The design
which has been selected is a happy com
bination of arch and shaft. The main
body of the monument will be of Tenas
pink granite. On the four polished pil.
1
'e
a
Si -r
id run Az.o s ionuxorr.
THE ALAMO MONUMENT.
n lar will be inscribed the names of the
er 170 brave fighterswho met death so ear
n- lessly at the siege of the Alamo in 1886.
th On the corners above the pillars will be
ie bronsestatnesof Crockett, Travis, Bowl.
he and Bonham. The figure over the dome
o will be that of an Alamo soldier, her.a.
s ise. The four pediments will bear b.a
w reliefs of the siege of the Alamo, coats of
I arms, the cap of liberty, etc., each pedi
Sment being decorated with an appropr.
ate inscription. The seal of Texas, the
n Lone Star state, will find a place on each
as of the four keystones. The estimated
cd- costof the monument is $0,000. It will
be 1 feet square at the base.
For Slay Yearsa Repoteir.
Thomas Towndrow has a record in his
pofeesion that cannot be beaten. He is
a reporter; he is over 80 years old, and -
he has worked for one paper, The New
York Tribune, since it was founded by
Horace Greeley
in 1841. Despite
his fourscore
years he is "still
in the harness,"
and reports for
duty every morn
ing as promptly
as his fellow
workers who
werenotborn un
til after he had l ,
pasedthe milse
stones of middle
Mr. Towudrow T.OMAs TOWiDrOW.
lives at New Rochelle, and his specialty
at present is the furnishlng of West
chester county news to his paper. He
was born at Orioh, Derbyabire, England,
in 1810 and came to Americain 1880.
The other day, when he completed ~ls
80th year, his asociates on The Tribune
presented him with a gold watch similar
to the oe given Horace Greeley when he
sailed for Europe twenty-five years ago.
ueof a O.a t masa.
A remarkable wedding took place near
Charleston, W. Vs., the other day. The
bridegroom's age was 101, the bride's 1i,
sthe bet man's 88 and the bridemaid's
?74, a g teo of 84 year. Thebride
weu attired I the dress she wore at he
first wedding sity-four years ago.
rsT e nLOW warcs,.
Guod Oppeoriasti fr lavestors wLth
Meodrate Insse.
The Impression having been given out
that there are no cheap lots for sale in
Great Falls, we would respectfully an
nounce to the public thatwe have a large
number of choice reildenoe lots st prices
froms two to four hundred, dollars each,
on the following terms: One qouater
csh. and thee balance in hree equal pay
ments, dnue in one, two and .be years,
with inerrest at seven per eat, per an
sum, payable aemi-ainually.. These lots
ae locedbut ha tevmails'Walk fecs
the bsescente, ae ne to tse eschol
i bous and have the edvaage of the
olsty Wld. works. Ts7m. of allm om I
sid r trmsofiY pymen make our lois
I' etpi deslrble to men of modelet
Cma Ow. . WXy ans a,
BOWB will ibsladbtely
I y y ra.
This Space is Reserved for
Eur art &T reij
Br
REAL ESTATE, G
T
Mines ea .Insull1Rre,
Cr
at
DUNN BLOOK,
Great Falls, - Mont.
W, G, IOWEN ,
- -EXPERIENCED- I
Plumber and Gas-Fitter I
A large stock of
Plumbers' Supplies on Hand.
ESTIMATES FOR WORK FURNISH
ED ON APPLICATION. J
Wp OfBce - Basement of Budge &
Kenkel's Shoe Store.
NEW MILINIRYI
All low Goods.
The Latest Designs.
The Freshest Styles.
DIRECT FROM THE EAST.
MRS. S. RALEIGH,
Vaughn Blook. - Central Ave.
Faber's golden Female Pills.
oremale Irregular
iteluthin likethem
on the marke. Ner
alby Lom00eeUt ladle
monthly. Goannteed
old.11etal muppruasd
mT meeatroaenc
SSUuIIEISAEI CUITAINI
Don't be humbugedL
ar. v Time, Hleabth,
a dmr ey;takenooth
Sent to any addrels,
secure by mall on re"
THE APHINO EDICIE COMPANY,
Wee.nluanab, Boea, POBITLTD. OW"
Boldby Grat Palednleie..,
The celebrated Fren.c gure,
W"arresd "APHRODITINE" ['hodae
is eoLD o.
POSITIVE
oleolue, any
30 diorderlbthe
geueralre or
w era re n l ueofst nlm li a To ba o c or O pi e..
as orthbrugh younbhul Indlsoretliu, ever luduig.
1 once, &o.oeah as Lenol Brnlu Power, Wakelul
ul u ~ssa fearlR down Palialn the Blck, Ceminal
fi. al Imlfloum, Leurorebme, Dulneume, WeakMsne
1o!yLolPwrar Impoleooy. which IiM e.
goted olodllenlsd to prroato re-ld age da uu·e
th sly. Prregl.m0box, toboxeal~r ll Bent by
SBre oanre.Inn ddl haonUEyllvprmonit
n laniS young, of blbaere". permanently
THE APHRO MEDICIN" 0)
rg 'wanr aPOlO ~N TLAlOT.O
For sale by Lapeyre Bros., Great Falls
CALIFORNIA
£llllrt - I111l I
CGETRAL AVE.. GREAT FALLS.
HICKS & HOEBMANN ................Props A
ED C. EMNNEDY ............. Blines Manager
PBOF D.B.T.BEHAM... Leaderof Orohestra
PROF. OTTO BRONBON.... Leader Brass Band
Tb hemal.met ofthis eoaro temple of amse
meat De leave to annonnoe that no ef
f(rtwi be spared topreeent to
NEW, NOVEL AND UNIQUE,
StaIctr moral and reind entertainment. o,
eptab l mto ttile, and wa th nothing to offnd
Oordial - Invitation
to al.
ADMISSION FREE.
C. H. OLARK,
Wholele nd retaildealr in
Wines, Liquors,
CIGARS & TOBACCO
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
Special attention gtven to family trade.
Mail orders will receive prompt attenoton.
First Auss Sutk.
Nick - Kessler's
BEER.
BEST IN THE LAND.
Sold by the keg or oarload. In
quire of
I JA , ITZ, Apat, ilrt FaIIL
Bitoulth Wii.I o1P 4 lectc Works).
PROiF EOSIONAL CAoRDS.
. R. P. R. GORDnoX D. J. B. NEWMAN
hargh UsivereSity, I syttof Merylsnd aod
Bootand. , New York Polyolini.
RBS. GORDON A NEWMAN,
PYSOIrIANS AND BDaaowas.
Omce--Rooms 8 and 4, Dunn block, Central
oenue. (reat Falls.
IRrFER M. BAUM,
ATTORNeY-AT-ALW.
Office i thel new CCrtc her buildling, 'entral
tenue, (rest Palio, lontomoo.
R. G. D. CURRIINiB,
ParHSIIAN, BUSROON AND \00OUCHEUh.
Graduate of Bellevue Hospital Medical Col
eco. New York city.
OotYe-Over City Mot Market, Csntral Ave.,
soo. W. Taylor. Evan B. McCord.
1AYLOR & MoCORD,
ATORNEYS-AT-LAw,
Office in Chowen bailding, opposite Park
totol, Great Falls, Mont.
F. DUYLNO
ATTooNEY.AT-LAw.
ruteher building. - Great Fao. Mont.
(1 EORGE H STANTON,
SURVEYOR.
'roeyine of all olaesno, Keeps pilats and
hretesto of all desirable lards in Cascade
tounty, complete to date. speoial attention
dento loction of olseittlers on the public land.
,orrespondence solieited. Ofice No. 8, Dnna
lock, Great Falls.
i. W. KING. CIT EoosNn.
Otlice-opposite the Park hotel. Great Fall,
HOB. W. MURPHY,
A.Troou nAr -LAw.
Will pratotie in all tile o,rte of the stale
Boie over Raleigh & 'e.s sto r. toreot nFal,
tont.
ROBERT A O'HARA,
A'IORNO-AT-LAW.
Office in the Crtoher building, over the Bee
Hive store. Great Folls, Mont,
H. LIMolNTYRE,
Crv0. Esoinm eAnD IJunoRon.
Mineral surveys and ornamental drafting.
ouroves for irrigation and location of settlers on
'hlio hlaods a seoiaity.
Offlice-Over W. 0. !laleigh & C,.'s store, Great
Folis. Root.
JOHN A. HOFFMAN.,
ATnoBNEY-AT-LAW.
Offie over Bach. Cor & (.'s store, Great
Polio, Mont.
Jt. C. i. JONES.
J DENT~esT.
Office over Bach, Cury A. Co.'a store. Great
Falls, Mont.
T. H. MONAHAN.
S PHsYsOCN AnD SUON OSN.
Office in the Collins block Central avene,
Great Fail,. Moot.
JOHN W. RTANTON,
ATTosRNEY-ATLAW.
BooOm , Donn block, Gut Flls.
J. B. Tod. E. W. Kelly.
TOD & KELLY.
FPULIO ACCOUnTAnTS AND AnntTORS.
Great Falls, MontMan.
County Surveyor. U. . Depty Minersal Survy'r
EM . KERN,
Coon. EtOemaou.
Surveys ranohes, dittes, etO. Plns, .oeolf
cations, eotimates and superintendence of
bridges uanalso water supply, sesweae, ir(in
tion milong tnnels. Mnicipal bimprovement
and l.lPns out at twnsite .
Ofdie--Cli, loek,, Contral avenoue, Great
Fahls.
JOHN FRENCH
Snsvosoe A CnoIV~m. Eoenrae.
Ofie--Opposite the Park Hotel, Grat Faoll.
AG. LADD. M. D.
Office hors: 9 to a. m., and 2 t 4 p.. Of.
ice ast Lapey Brother's drrg ore.
JH. FAIRI.ILD. M. D.
Pesrnar o ANY; Stme oN.
Ore(t Falls, Montana.
THOS. E. BRADY,
AT.TOn.e AND COUNNeSLO AT LsAW
Office room No.1 in the MoKnigsht buildlns.
Great Falls. Montona.
J, C. PAULSIN. N. J. MoCoeoLa..
PAULSEN & MsCONNEtL
AsOiooeovo AND SscUoINTeNDsNTe.
Inquir at offico of Phil (lien's, or ddra,
arm at Hwlann.
HELENA, MONT.
A School of Thorough Pratlcal Busl.
noss Traillng.
Bookkeeping, Arithmetio, Penmanship, Bank.
Slg. Business and Leal Forms, Telegaphy,
Correspondsee, Typewriting, spelllng andal
the Engaih Beranohea.
Penmanship staght by mall; trial lessaaon, $1.
INPernin Phonography by mail
A ilt orps ot ax erienoed teacher. Day and
evening es. For references and partic
lars read Beainea Edosator" or addreln
H. T. ENELHORN, A. M.
Prinail and Proprietor,
: Shamrock Saloon.
Headquarters for Everybody.
The Finest Wines, liquors and Cigars
always on hand.
RICHARD MANSFIELD, - PROPRIETOR.,
LutherlBock, Great Falls, Mont.
PuNre - r Clydesdale Stallion
SUPERIOR, JR
eNo. 289 Dominion Stud-Book.
This animal is a bright bay with
Sblack points. He weighs 1,801 lbs.,
and has superior action. Will stand
5 during the season at Paul's stsblee
and at Nelson Bros' ranch, Portage
Coulee. For terms address
NELSON BROS.,
P .O Box 81 - Great Falls, Mont,
MONARCH MINING COMPANY.
A l bllssye t co.an masot ream
doerdto the , by ne 1th, s th o
e , b.a ra ,. or ,, tr Ha nM.J..P.
[[4 B iau., at the ereo.kholde.
BACH, CORY & CO
Great Falls, Montana.
Sroceries
Hardware,
OA Crockery.
Stoves and
Tinware.
GROCERYODEPARTMENT.
his sun0' is all new goods of the best grades only. We buy everythlng in car Iots
from first hands and our prices cannot he met west
of the Missouri river.
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT.
We are Role Agents for the Celebrated Charter Oak and Universal Stoves and
ranges; California Powder Co., and for Thompson's Corrugated Iron
Rooting; also Mining and Blacksmith buppli-s.
0i0 Headquarters for Builders and General Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
Murphy, Maclay & Co.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ROiCERIES & HARDWARE
Central Avenue,
Great Falls, - - Mont.
THE LEADING
SHOE m. HOUSE,
Budge & Kenkel, Props.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Men's Ladies'
doys' Misses'
*00
Youths' Chilelns
BOOTrs ari "EOES.
Fine Custom Work a Specialty--Repairiln Neatly Done
BUDGE & KENKEL,
GREAT FALLS. - - - - MONT,
First National Bank
OF HLENA, MONT
Paid-Up Capital - $500,000 I Surplus and Profits - $300,000
Individual Deposits $2,300,000 Government Deposits 100,000
S. T. HAUSER, President, A. J DAVIS, Vice-Presiden
E. W. KNIGHT; Cashier, T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Ass't-Cash.
AE.OOZA.T.3 iBA.NKE.
FIRST NATIONAL, Fort Benton, Montana,
MISSOULA NATIONAL, Missoula, Montana
FIRST NATIONAL, Butte, Montana.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
GRAND UNION HOTEL
(THE LEADING HOTEL.)
JERE SULLIVAN, PROP'R, ,
FORT BENTON - - - MON
ESTABLISHED 1877.
JAB. MoXlrr.LAN & CO,
PROPRIETORS OF TtHE
Iinneapolis Sheepskin Tannery,
,ID!S,B XEPP ZELTS, FURS, WOOL, TALLOW
Ginseng and Seneca Root.
SHEEP PELTS & FURS A SPEOCIALTY.
S1. 103 & 105S eoad St North. MINNAPOL-S, YI '.I
Shipma nt Solirit: d0 ,. rite foi C arsUeaP.:
BELT, MONTANA
. R. i., 9 l 0N, 1)F,,, 00tS, ali
G ;eneral Merchandise
e The Best Prices always paid for Grain and Country Produce
BEACHLY & FULLERTON5,
lBooksellers - i and Stationers,
BLAlNK BOOK8OS AND LEGAL BLANKB.
Also a complete line of Newspapers and Novelties, School Supplies, etc. Order
from outside of the city will be given prompt attention.
NEXT DOR TO Tu.gP TOsIC c, - . . GREAT FALLS, MON51

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