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GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE
CeUt Ln5r 4"IL1AUN' AN KI-.W KELI THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIIIN COMPAN.. , FlNuo PonAm] SUBSCRIPTION RAlES. Mail subscriptions muet be paid in advance AILY. MI. WeSKOL. 66r6 byo mail, $10.00 One year, by mall, 6. O monntk, . 10: I KW 1 monts.a I1 ." one mWee, ny carrier, 83 1 lngle copy,....... AIlo ity eubsoribers to Daly delivered by carrier Advertising rate fnrnished on appliiotiopý 'Jie oO1atlon oIf the ' ribane n nort ern 'stun. is 8areYtadl t,, eKeeKd that of WY pa. AL 61RT NTAiTIONAL BCOANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cavital, $0,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . . President L. G. PHELPs . B Vice-President A E DICKERMAN, . . Cashier D L. TAov .... Ass't Cashier DIREOTORF: 0. A BROADWATEIt, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GI. ON, IRA MYERH. RHOERT VAUGHN, II. . oB HOWN, I T. ARMINGTUN, A general banking hualne.s. trausnaotal. Ilohaenge drawnm on the pincitpal points in the ea and Euromlpe. Prompt attention given tooateltlioM. Lnterest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS 'ITRIBUNE. WEDNE.DAY, O('OBER 1. 180. Democratic Ticket. For Congressman, W. W. DIXON. For State Senator for Cascade County, PARIS GIBSON. ROLFE'S DICTATION. Thus far the Leader has only repliedto the attacks of the Tllnuni. We have been patient almost beyond endurance, but we do not belong to that class of re publicans who are owned by the First National bank and Townsite company and we will not be bullied or intimidated. A republican wishes us to "pitch into" the mugwump followers of Paris Gibson who claim to be republicans; who have held offilce as republicans and yet are secretly working for Paris Gibson and for a democratic United States senator. We will not do this until we have proof. If there is a republican so low, so mean, soa destitute of all principle as to adopt a course like this he may never expect -nothing from the republican party here after.-Leader TUa democratic party is conducting this campaign on a fair and square sys tem. It is discussing quietly and tem perately the issues of the hour and leaves the decision to the great tribunal of the people. It positively refuses to substitule for argument personal abuse. But if the democracy of thin state had ever dreamed of stooping to a war of repri sals, what a field for the exercise of republican-like chicanery the county of Silver Bow would present this fall I The tables are turned and the demo crate have a majority ina the board of county commissioners. They might take advantage of petty legal technicalities to defeat the broad spirit of the law. To one or any republican precinct in the coonty, they might assign the wrong number of judges. Their canvassing board might arrogate to itself judicial powers. On the plea that whatis sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander, tlhey might justify it all. But such supposi tiouns are unnecessary. Confident on the justice of its position and the strength of its case, the democratic party places it self In the hands of the honest men of the state, democrats and republicans alike, and the fourth of November will see its confidence abundantly justified by the election to congress of William W. Dixon.-- lunepedanut. As announced in Its issue Sunday morn mg the Leader appeared yesterday as an afternoon paper. This change will not only be a benefit to both the Leader and the TRIBUNE, but also wo the people. An afternoon paper must be largely local, from the fact that telegraphic service during the day time is expensive. It is understood that the Leader owns the evening service of both the United Press and the Associated Press, while the Ttm BrNE controls the morning service of these great news agencies. The morning service io of much more value than the evening service, hence for complete tele graphic news the people must depend on the TrrlnsNE. Both papers are consider ed by visitors to be enterprising and us doing a great work in advancing the in terests of the town. TiE completion of the Great Falls & Canada railroad makes this town an oh jective point to two or three lines which are seeking a northwesters outlet. Both the Burlington and Northwestern roads are pushing westward. A party of Burlington surveyors are at work near Castle. Both of these roads have line. Intol)akota and Wyoming and have all eye on the rich mineral region of the Belt mountains. Within twoyers one or both of these roads will be extended to Great Falls. The Northern Pacific olii crnsl are also watching this town and one of the comlpanies has a route surveyed into the town. During the next four years, at least three more railroads will be built into Great Falls. TuiE distribution of the state institu tions is an important duty of the state legislature. The prizes will be carried off by the counties who send their best men to tile legislature. (treat Falls should not be second In the dsitrlbution. She deserves and should have the State t nicersfty. It is lher duty to send a sen ator whose ability and influence will se cure this prize. Paris Gibson is that man. lie will ably represent the inter ests of Cascade county in the next state senate. I)t(Tr.TrIon Rolite says he had $30,000 worth of property at Benton In 1884. This will be interesting information to old Bentountes, who, about that time, and prior thereto, were:not able to col lect a dollar from him. Our esteemed friend, the Dictator, should be the last mani to talk about what he was worth in those lrnrcyor days. HE CALLS FOR QL½UART'EIR J "We will allow Mr Gibson to keep up his mud slinging for a short time. We may be forced to retaliate." "We have plenty of material for retali ation. We are not obliged to reveal any professional secret nor do we propose to. t But we say again, Mr. Gibson, call off your dogs." "If Paris Gibson wants a clean camom palgn he can have it by keeping his or gan and followers quiet. If he contln- t ues his abuse of the manager of the Leader he can expect nothing but retall atlon. We smy this in all kindness to Mr. Gibson." The foregoing are a few of tihe threats that appeared yesterday in the l)ictator'sa organ. He seems to be troubled about something, but we do not know just what it is. As for Mr. Gibson, he has nothing to do with this paper and could not if he tried control its columns In any way. Certainly ho could not keep us from stirring nip oalfe, who, as thle leader and Dictator of his party, is ait sunltable and in teresting subjectof critictsm. We would do almost nnything for Mr. Gibson, but we draw the lile there. We are having lots of inn with Rolfe and to leave him out of this enmpaign is simply out of the I question. iamlet with Hlamlet left out would hardly be as naked a production. r Iut what is the matter with our es teemed friend, the D)ictator, anyhow, that he should cry for quarter so early In the engagement? Ils piliful wailsaretouch Ing, but so long as lie assumes the role of leade.r and I)ctator of his party, the Trir Untoa is comnpelled tno pay its respects to Itil occasionally. ADDR lES'S LTTERs CAR.IRFULLJY. From a circular letter sent out by the dead letter office, the following facts are obtained: Over sixty million pieces of mail matter are sent annually to the dead letter office, by reason of incorrect ad dress. Twenty-l'our thousand were en tirely blank; ninety-eight thonsand were held for postage; one hundlred and sixty five thousand were letters addressed to persons in care of hotels; forty-two thou sand were letters to fictitious addresses; eighty thousand were parcels, many of which were misdirected or without wrap pers; twenty-eight thousand contained money amounting In all to $48,642; four hundred had inclosuses of postal notes amounting to i5,300; twenty-seven thousand contained drafts, checks, notes n or commercial paper amounting to $I, 171,871; forty-two thousand contained photographs; eleven thousand contained .t lottery tickets; one hundred and sixty v two thousand contained postage stamps; Sfive hundred and thirty-one thousand were letters and forty-one thousand par tcels mailed from foreign countries to ^e post offices in the United States; two ,r hundred and five thousand were letters and forty-seven thousand parcels mailed rt to foreign countries, and having failed of delivery were sent to the dead letter t office by foreign postal offices. In conclusion the superintendent says; "Mall matter should be plainly and cor tg rectly addressed; when possible give the a. number of street or post office box. The name and address of the sender should ra be printed on the upper left hand corner ,e of the envelope or wrapper. Important personage, judging by the ed itorial page of the Leader. However, it is only in the "manager's" mind that he cuts the least figure, except as by his in discretion and pompousness he makes first class political capital for the demo crats. A GENTLEMAN from Ohio is in the city making arrangements to establish an evening republican newspaper here. He is receiving encouragement from many members of that party who are disgusted with ltolfe's outfit, his self-assumed lead ership and especially with his dictatorial policy. THERE are some republicans, however, who blame the Leader for not making a more direct attack upon ParisGibason and the Towasite company. To these true and tried we would say, they must have patience. So far we have done nothing but reply to the attacks made upon us. This course we intend to pursue unless forced to do otherwise.-Leader. Why don't yon attack? Turn loosethe dogs of war. Why all these preliminary threats? The Townsite company is not running for office, and if you have any thing to say against Paris Gibson, why don't you say it? CANTER should hurry home and explain to the wood growers why they got only 15 to 17 cents a pound for their wool this year, with an assurance of an increase in the tariff. The flock masters are anxious to know all about it. If his duties as secretary of the congressional campaign committee absorbs all his time, he might "wire" them. (. G. ('ooper, for lnstance, would like a little information on the subject. THE Independent makes inquiry as to the whereabouts of Bernard. He is a missing facttor in the campaign, . If the republlcans :ad it necessary to go into the afl.lavit business again. Bernard will probably show up. That Is his pe culiar forte. Tils republicans under the lead of Mc Kinley have maint ined a duty on blnd ing twine. The twine trust will contrib ute liberally to thecampaign fund, and doubtless some of the "fat" will comne to Miontana. AsIDE from his splendid ability, Judge Dixon has a stainless character, and by a residence of a quarter of a century in the state which he has honored by his unim peachable'ntegrity and intellectual su periority, is known to every cttizen and especially to the pioneers. He is esteem ed by all the thousands of republicans who have the welfare and good name of Mon tana at heart will give him their support A vYOTE for Paris Gibson for state sen ator is a votte to have the state university located at Great Falls. It iq a vote to place a university here which will be free to the poor man's children aswell as the rich man's children and will give them as high an education as may be otb tained in the I:ltl. Mr. John iKeown, the worthy post uaster at Kecoi, Allegheny county, Pent., says: "Chamberlaln's Cough Remedy sells better than any other." The reason of this is because it can al ways Ibe depended upon. Let any one troubled with a severe cold give It a trial and they will find that the firsat dose will relieve the lungs and make breathing easier, and that its continued use will free the system of all symptoms of the cold. The promnptness and certainty of this remedy in the relief and cure of colds, has won for it many sincere friends and made it very popular. For sale by I Lapeyre Br.n., druggists. JUST TIIE SAMI IN GREAT FALLS. Having failed to fulfill the promise of a !ublic building, the least that could have been done by Mr. Carter and the bogus senators was to make some effort to improve the mall facilities of the metropolis of the state, and give the people some slight attention in a matter of such vital importance. But even in this the appeals and complaints of the citizens have been in vain, and the post office and mail facilities of Butte are so miserably inadequate and outrageously poor that they are a standing insult to the community.--Butte Miner. AT7'ENTION V'OT''R.'S! Every voter will he required to register at this coming election, as for every geii eral election. One of the qualifications of an elector is that he shall have been a resl dent one year prior to the dliy if election. Last fall this was only six months. Vot ers who registered last year can do so this time without swearing as to the length of residence and similar matters, but those who register now for the first time will have to make the required affidavits. THE republicans of Montana declare in their platform that they oppose trusts. What trusts? 'The salt trust protected by a duty of 50 per cent? Thomas H. Car ter voted for it. The crockery trust pro tected by a duty of 60 per cent? Thomas II. Carter voted for it. The glass trust protected by a duty of 55 per rcent? Thomas H. Carter voted for it. The Bes semer steel trust protected by a duty of 84 per cent? Thomas IIt. Carter voted for it. The plow steel trust protected by a duty of 45 per cent? Thomas H. Car ter voted for it. The nail trust protected by a duty of 45 per cent? Thomas II. Carter voted for it. The binder trust pro tected by a duty of 60 per cent? Thomas H. Carter voted for it. Please name the sort of trusts you don't like and we'll wager you something handsome that every last one of them has Carter on the list -Independent. Exoour.tanO reports as to the prog ress of the campaign and the prospects oi democratic success continue to come from all parts of the state. From Mlt a souls, Bozeman, Great Falls and Living. stone come advises to the Miner which assure great democratic gains and gnar. antee the election of W. W. Dixon. It eastern Montana there was mnuch dis affection in the republican ranks prloi to the nomination ul Mr. Dixon by the democrats, but since that weleinw- event the men who believe that Carter has bees working more In his personal Interest. than in the interests of Montana; whc have seen there wants neglected, their welfare ignored and their greatest inter ests depreciated without a protest from this man of slipery ways and great am. bitlon-have taken a stand with the dam ocratic party and will cast their votes foi good government.-Miner. "I HaER and now declare in the ores ence of a citizenship to whom I am at tached by every sentiment of gratitude and duty which twenty years. of contin ued confidence and support on its part onn inslrPe, and in the presence of Him who until the judgmentdsy will have no terror for the leaders of the republicau party, that no act of my political life is the subject of less regret, and none more defensible upn.u the principles of states manship, right and justice than the humble attempt made by mle to uphold the law, the honor and reputation of this state against the combined efforts of men whose leadership contrived that resolu tion of censure and whose conduct is only varied today by substituting mis representation where a year ago fraud and revolution were employed.-Gov Tool in his speech Sept. 16, 1890. A LARGE and enthusiastic meeting of the Gibson club was held last evening and many new members were received. The enthusiasm in favor of Mr. Gibson for senator is wide-spread and it looks now as though his majority would run away up into the hundreds. TiF, Slavin-McAuliffe contest brings John L. Sullivan to the front anti he takes occasion to say he has fought his last fight. Mr. Sullivan is now a trgedi an, not a pugilist. Wide awake ebuye.se ill appreciate Conrad's Bargains this week. If the ladies want first choice of the largest stock of plush cloaks and fine winter wraps in tihe city, they can be suited at the New iork Cash Bazaar. The celebrated Dean Coal for sale at $6 per ton. Smaller lots at reasonable rates. Orders can be left at the Great Falls Stables or delivered to me on my cart. Telephone 126. G. E. Boomer. Tihe question may be asked why can you afford to sell goods cheaper than oth era. It is very simple. We manage our own store and owning a number of them we buy gools in large quantities, there fore getting hottom prices. Strain Bros. SHILOI'S CATARIH RIEMEDY is a positive care for Catarrh, Diptherlaand Canker Mouth. For sale by J. 1B. Driver, druggist. Bargains in Ladies Grey IRibbed Vests this week at Conrad's. Ingrain Wall Paper is the latest. Itu Iottom i& Gilchrisat keep it in all tints. Go and see the Bargain at Conrad's this week. FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com plaint, you have a printed guarlntee ns every bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to care. For sale by J. B. Driver, druggist. Our customers all speak highly In praise of St. Patrick's Pill. They are the best-Berry Bros., Carroll, Nebraska. For sale by Lapeyre Bros., druggists. WHY WILL YOU cough when Shl loh's Cure will give immediate relief? Price 10 cts., 50 eta. and $1. For sale by J. B. Driver, druggist. Graham and Wheat Flour, Corn Meal and Buckwheat Flour always on hand at Straln Bros.', family grocers. If you want to see the finest line of ('rosts, thel finest fitting Cou,-ets, the big. S111do, is Corset.. and II.- s.atenst slltsler In Crllaets, tIhat miellras :my lady shapely, call at the New York Cash Bazaar and see those new lines. Oyrsers sad Fresh Fish Will be kept constantly on hand bly the Great Falls Meat company. Did you see those ntents' Fine Dongola Shoes at 68.25 at Strain Bros.'P Large assortment of Wool and Yarn at the old reliable. SHILOH'S CUBE will immediately re lieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron chltis. For sale by J. B. Driver, druggist, ANOTHER GIBSON CLUB, A Rousing Meeting at the Black Eagle Falls Last Evening. OVER 200 WORKMEN IN ATTENDANCE. Itlces at the Fair Grounds To-day and the Horses 'mhat will be Entered. A Passing Review of Some of the Good TrotteRa and Runners of Great Falls. A large anti enthsulatic crowd gath ered Saturday in the dining room of the Boston A Montanla oarding house, at their works. The house was crowded, the doors and windows full and many outside, Over 250 men were assembled, all eager to listen to the discussions of the questions of the day, and ready to form a Gibson club. John Atkins was chosen chairman and O. M. Lambert sec retary. Those attending from town were P. M. Banm, E. S. Mlctord, lamuel Qualil, James Donovan, T. E. Collins and E. A. Ringwald. Each of these gen'lemen made a short addrers, presenting the va rious issues of the campaign in eloquent periods. At every mention of Mr. Gib son's name the house rang withapplause, showing that the men there Iappreclate his noble efforts for Great Falls and Cas cade county. The unanimous sentiment of the meeting favored sending Paris Gibson to the state senate-a man who hlas the ability and the power to do some thing for this county anu who will use that power with admirable sagacity. At the close of the meeting every man present who had not already done so en rolled himself as a member of the Gibson cinI,. OGnAT FALLS nORSEFLERH. Some of the Fancy Steppers and Runners Owned by Oue Oiir.ema. [From Sktsrlar's Daly.) This afternocm trials of speed will take place at the fair grounds between soreo .i the fastest horses in the county. These races are becoming more popular, and have been a prime cause in encour aging the raising of standard and thorough bred stock. During the past few years the stock of the county has been greatly improved both by imports. tion and breeding until now Great Falls can show a number of fine horses. Much attention has been given to thorough breds, but there are more standard bred horses. Men are scarce who do not like to hold the reins over a fast trotter, hence the tendency has been to purchase road sters with the best pedigrees. Both single and double drivers are in demand, and this town can boast of a number of exceptionally fine animals. MANY GOOD TROTTERS. In Robert Vaugnn'a stuhle, A ge, Jr,, sired by Allegro, he by Ehtbs Allen, stands at the head. His dam was dired by Marvel, havinr a record of 2:2094. The horse has excellent action and gives good promise of speed. Capt. Couch is another of Mr. Vaughn's promising colts. lie was sired by Prospect, he by Clark, Jr. Parsons, a pacer, sired by Prospect, dam by Great Western and Chief by Great Western are also favorites with Mr. Vaughn, Pi'Il Gibson's Bishop, by Princeps, is a beautiful bay and has a good record while Mr. Gibson's black more has good speed and her equal as a ingle driver would be hard to fnd. W. D. Rlandall holds the ribbons over an excellent piece of horse flesh-Com modore, by Prospect-and may well ex pect to come out ahead in the race. Jtlius Horst's fine team, Bruno and Fred, are a handsome pair and Bruno has shown himself possessed of good speed. This team is not surpassed for style, beauty andi speed, I. U. Child, at the smelter, owns Pilot and Ben Cole, both of which have made good records. Among the importations this summer by S. B. ltaleigh are Flossie, a beautiful chestnut by Almont, dam by Swaggart 6M0. She has done very littletrack work, but her god gait marks her as a promis lng animal. Daisy, by Volunteer-also belonging Mr. Raleigh-is a splendid brown moare and with good hanldina shows speed. These two are considered among the best horses in the country. Dr. Gordon drives two handapme stan dard bred animals. Babe, a bright sor rel is by Dictator and as a brother to Jay Eye See. Dromede is a splendid mare with a road record of 8:50, bred by Noah Armstrong of Spokane Falls. George, T. E. Brady's handsome driver, sa splendldanimal with a. good record. Mr. Brady does not allow any horse to pass hilm when driving George. H. E. Randall drives a beautiful bay which gives promise of speed, although she is now too young to put .to a close test. Eli Perkins by Prospect is J. L. Hen ry's pride, and he hopes to see him come onderthe wire In the lead. Black Dick, a fine trotter belonging to I. L. Graham, will try his speed to-day. W. H. Black's George is also a promnis ing young anlial, and with training will surprise his driver. Frank Coombs' bay is nto the shafts every day. He reaches out in fine style and shows good speed. If given sonime training he would wind sone of the best of the trotters. Theo. Gibson's fine pacer, also from Prospect, is among the best horses in town, and is certainly a handsome ani mal. Ii. F. Collett, the real estate man, oc casIonally relieves his mind from business cares by holding the lines over a flue gray horse, which is one of the fastest roadsters. If given training, he could make a good record. THE RUNNEBB. Great Falls catn also boast of a fair share of runners, some of which have been matched with the best in the state. Bay Tom, owned by Brown & Blevins is well known. ie is entered for the races today against Kitten. White Elm is a promising horse, owned by W. H. B:lack. Kitckapo, owned by Daniels has Ilso been before the public here this summer. Kitten is a handsome bay, wned by F. L. Street. The race today between him and Bay Tom promises to be the most interesting of the year. Be sides the horers i.ll, .d there are many splendid ' iv,.o e.Ha. , e runners whilch would gi, th. boa it c lose race. The largest and most complete line of Plush Cloaks in the city at the New York 'ash Bazaar. All the latest styles in wall paper, at -tubottom & Gilchrist's. Arbuckles, McLaughlin's Lion, Moos and Java coffees ground daily on our premises. Strain Bros. See the Flyers at Conrad's thii week. A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 10 cents. SPRAY OF THRE FALLS. fFrom Taueday's .DaL.1 Geo. W. Terry proved up on his home ste, d yesterday. Hon. Jesse F. Taylor came down from Choteau yesterday. A license to wed was issued yesterday to James Muir and Lizzie Hansen. J. T. Armlagton and Wm. MicQueen drove in from Armington yesterday. M. Harris, the clothier had a very sick spell Sunday, but Is much better now. J. E. Williams and Dan Carpenter re tusrned from inspecting some mining property near Radersburg. A. E. Phippan, B. .1. Bower, A. M. Glover and D. Lynch of the Sweet rames hills are at the Milwaukee house. The new hotel in the Riverside addition is nearly completed. Lumber Is on the ground for several otiler new buildings. A fierce forest fire Is raging near Mid Caoyon. The mountain side was a sheet of llama as the excursion train passed Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Tuck returned yesterday from a hunting trip on Upper Box Elder. Fifteen chicens were brought back to attest lif skill. The Silver Bow Labor assembly has issted an order boycotting the London and Liverpool, and the American tailor shops in Butte. Gans & Klein's stores in both I-elenat and Butte have been de clared "unfair shops." Said an eastern capitalist yesterday: "I consider Central avenue property cheap at $400 a foot and believe it will be worth double that in a year from now." Reports fromn all parts of the county strengthen the belief that Paris Gibson will receive a large majority and will represent C'ascde county in the state senate. The grading for the Great Falls & Can nda is completed and track will be laid to Lethbridge this week. The people across the line are preparing to give the first excursion across a rousing reception. A contract has been let to Reed & G nodnll to put an additional story on the building occupied by the New York Cash Bazaar. This will be ..,l ;s the permanent home of the irtl':l . ,iu lIusi ness college. The announcement made last Saturday by the TlunuIar that the road would be conmpleted into Nellart and Barker has been received with much satisfaction. Before Feb. 1, 1891, train loads of ore will be coming from both these camps, B, D. Phillips and wife formerly of Stanford, are at the Park. Snce selling out they have traveled extensively, but like all who have once lived in Montana, they come back to the bracing air and I bright sunshine. The Goodrich lumber company has beought eight lots near the railroad on the north side and will change their place of business to that point. The change will not be made, however, until their stock I of lumber in their yards on the south t side is sold out. a J. E. Williams, president of the Idyl Mining company received a report from Superintendent Owen P. Grlffeth yester day which states that the T. W. is show ing up better than ever. The letter also states that the men desire to take pay for t their work in stock of the company. This is encouraging for this promnising company. BUSINESS LOCALS. Oysters and fresh falh at Great Falls Meat company's. Store shades of all qualities and sizes at Griffeth & Rubottom's. Fishing Tackle of the best quality. A fine assortment of Rods, Reels, Lines, and Ply Hooke at B chi, Cory & (lO.', Call on Hotchkiss & Hawkins if yeo want any kind of Plumbing or steam fit tlng done. All kinds of supplies on hand. Ask Your Friends About. About what? Well, about almost any subject you want to post up on. The amount of mis-information you can ac cumulate will surprise you-if you have among your friends the man who"knows it all.' If you are so unfortun,te as to have no friends, get a cycllopedla,this is not written to read, But If you have an acquaintance of any extent, you can buy a pool on some one of them havIng traveled over "The Burlington," the line that has 7,000 miles of steel track, con nectiong the northwest with such cities as Chicago, Peoria, St. Louis, Quincy, Hannibal, St. Joseph, Des Moines, Atchi son, Kansas City, Council Bluffs, Omaha, Lincoln, Cheyenne and Denver. Ask their opinion of its speed, safety and ac commodations, and then always take "T'he RBurlingtos" when traveling, Tick ets, time-tables and any information can be obtained of agents of this or connect Ing lines, or by writing to W. J. C. Ken. yon, Gen. Pass. Agent C., B. & N. R. R. St. Paul, Minn. Home-nseken' Exnunlon. The attention of our readers is called to the low round-trip excursion on the Great Northern railway, Oct. 14th. Per sons who have friends in the east who have written about coming or ever ex preased a desire to visit this country, shoald he informed of this chance, Tickets can be had at all prncipal.pf lices of eastern, central and southern lines, connecting with the Great North. ern at St. Paul, Minneapulis, West LSuper ior or Duluth. Ask your eastern friends to call and see their nearest ticket agent, or write to F. I. Whitney, G. P. & T. A., Great Northern Railway, St. Paul. Let us all unite in an effort for new growth and development. Be sure you catch on to Conrad's Bar gains this week. Remnants at unheard of prices this week at Conrad's. Prof. E. R. Gaylord has been engaged in giving instructions in both vocal and instrumental music in this city for sever al years. For tle last two years lie has had charge a tile musical department of the Fairtfild College. His work with as and in the city has given satisfaction and I can heartily commend him to all con cerned as a capable teacher of music sand as a christian gentleman.-O. B. Hubbell, President Falrbury College, Nebliaka. A few more of those $10 suits left for $9, at Strain Bins. Stop at Bassett's, below Joe Conrrd's, faor home-made Blread, Pies, Cakes, etc. Also the best nickel Cigar and and Fresh Confectionery. Fruit at lowest prices. Corr.gated Iron Roofing at fDeah. Cory Oyster and Fish Depot. If you want first-cland oysters, fish or game, which are received dally, call on Montana C(entral meat market, Third street, between First and Second avenues south. Ten per cent discount on clothing coatches Strain Braos. Fast Black Hose this week at 28c. per pair at Conrad's. 880 Reward. 11 ,'e-- l we U.) tiv eow, to l.¥.wr~ o 11,l. tetll ieatirte. i one Jerlesse tlere, oAn.eornta.. Conlo. Al branded 55 n arlht hip, We will .5 "1rSwar iru reaturn o Same or $1m for ifor mation lm to a ý r '*ovea LAON BtOq, Greet Y al nt.M Registration Notice. Nosloe is hereby given tlhat tIe is tie Sn.tranoe or the names of the qoat elan. on h aecon ristite of on soBtot Cascade sad Stsle so sleolltou boehld o na,.a- taearth do of ovemaer, A.D i~e feeor Wa ou tesealpe e as fulllosrO 1 GREAT FALLS usiness -:- olleg Tras, Youns Mn, Boays and MiddlEe-aed and euSs Ltdies for a esuiapsfna spteattleu ns LUfe. h lnPri.t'and Pmot popilar scooa in the ooentt. oarses of study aombine 'Theony and Pruotle by a esfatem of busine e-sethass hd oan rel values. No vase4tne Rtrlow. 6ade assisted to settonos. sCompan l J'o funalmled to any addres,. MoKAY & LEACH, Prin. and Props. Lime and Fluxing. lile Great Falls Lime and Fluxing Company will fmrnialt to hbullders, con traetors and others SUPERIOR LIME in any quantity that may be desired. Partiee wishing our lime should call or address their orders to W. HORSFORD, Sept., Palace Saloon, Great Falls. ARMINGTON BRICK YARD. We offer an article superior to any thing in tie state at theklln or it the wal will contract brick itn quantities and do all kinds of brick. work; will give estimates on brlek work of any kind. Call on or address J. A. PARKER, Arelagtol, Heat. LYNCH & HARRIS, Brick Makers Yard in Sand Coulee, 8% miles from the city. Sand Rolled Pressed Brick a ape. eialty. We invite an inspection of our brick. Address LYNCH & HARRIS, Great Falls. ---I.aEZB-- MANITOBA HOUSE, NEIHART, MONT. TPable sppliedwith the elhtlati s and dell moa.a of the aoesen. 'TeltlO mast eaoneabeh and sanommodationm meollmnt, THOS. DWYE, Prop'r. Axtell Stables Livery, Feed & Sale Stable Good Horses, New Rigs and First Class Turn.outs of every S Description. ROBT. VAUGHN, Prop'r, Vaughn Block, First avenue south 0. H. OLARK, Wholuateandd retail dalria Wines, Liquors. CIGARS & TOBACCO SMOKERS' ARTICLES. 81cial attention given to tfamily trade. Mail orders will receive prompt attentlon, First AIgIM Sthll. Sheep for Sale. Ful-blooeed Merinos, grade Sbropahire and wtade Mieriuo Burke for le.. b e.e 8B head nd willsell them eheaper thanua have eer beea offered in the state before, Ito b In th wea . T. A$MI fTOR Ar&atetaa, Meat. FINE REPAIRING --o atehes, Cloks & Jewelr AT REASONABLE RATES. The largest stok n Northern Montana of Diamonds, Watbces, Jewelry, and eeeritlg in thq Jeuar lt ie whit we COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. JONES, THE JEWELER,. Second St., opposite Strata Bros. Store. 5t Agent for Singer Sewing Machine. Mort - Loas. -TH. Northwestern Guaranty Loan Co. Capital, _ $2,000,000. Short and long time loans on im. rove town property and fari ln . O. IHOWEN O Co., Agis. oloe* oppolte UMar Hotl. -, Loat. tne al ' ALEX R. LAPZEYItt ISN E. LAPEYH LAPEYRE BROS., WB OAItR A FULL rI1I O0 Drgs, Medicines, Chemicals, Toilet Article, Paints, Oils, Glass, Lamps, Wall Paper, Stationery. Etc PR&BOBIPTIONS A SPALTAY. A. M.HOLIti, Pra~ dent. M. HOliRR. Viee-Preldent. J. W. MaLEOD, Seo-Treae Eoltoer Lumber Co. Inoorporated. Capital. $100,000, IN CONNECTION GREAT FALLS PLANING MILL. , --Dealer In- Lumber, Floring, :Siding, Shingles, Lathi, Widows, DOORS, LIME anid BUILDING MATERIAL. Charles Wagner, Manager. ESTABLISHED 1884 reat Falls Lumber Co. We manutacture and keep Ip stckll a ..i s erease aid 1 lW Fltr t, Dr.al Smoi4g, Filiste LAeifWf,ý U, SIIngs1, ALSo IIUALUsS Is Minnesota Flooring, "Siding and Finishing Lumber, Sash Doo. etc. Firet-olaen Oeon Oedar lbcg.oee always on hand. All kinds of II.. id ing. Orders Filled direct from the Mill if desired. H ARDWA RE. HOTCHKisS & HAWKINS Have the finest assortment ot Shelf, Building and Heavy Hardware ,in GREAT FALLS. Estimnstee for PLUMBING furnished onAponlica tion. All kinds of PLUMBING ANL, TIN WORK DUNE TO'ORDER Call and get prices. Stone block, Oentral Avennaue FRASER & CHALMERS, ORIO.A O, Mining Machinery, sax a|busrsxl , "cai AVaml eoaln SLU mS maoell , oýtse HOISTING ENGINES,, GEARED AND DIRECT ACTING. Haulde oat fl0VftO7jj:CQMJ:tjandPjMe Mwxy5,Ntu5B ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS. Augeot for LIDGERWOOD HOISTING ENGINES, RAND ROCK DRILLS and COMPRESSORS OTIS. ELEVATORS KNOWLES' PUMPS, ROOT BLOWERS, KINGSLAND & DOUGLAS SAW MILLS, PENNSYLVANIA DIAMOND DRILL and MANUFACTURING CO., BARAGWANATH HEATERS SHAY PATENT LOCOMOTIVES, UNITED STATES ERECTRIL LIGWT CO., NEW HAVEN MA CHINE TOOLS, MASON REDUCING VALVES. L, C. TRENT, General Western MnaMger, Salt Lake City, Utah, AND HIUSENA, MONTANA. W"Sole Western Ageats for Tyler Wire Wotkn Double Orimnedining. WHITEHEAD & kUEHN'Lt AMMOTIH -U If UII, HO US . DOUBLE STORES. Carry all: Styles and Piieed Furniture. Furnish Houses and HotelS at Short Notice. hetII Orters Strictly A tended to. WHITEHEAD & KlUEHN, Kingsbury Block. Isrthwester . Fel Company A'ýp CO AL -To, Delivered Direct from the Mines Pennsylvania Herd Coal, Sand Cnllie Coal and Belt Creek. Coal M-ohaondli and Nurniturm moved to and ftq t brw i med to ef, t it b uset . OSQe tsetra.vltenue, sext door to ].peyre Bros. Firs-t NationalBank OF HLENA, MONT j; la- p a 1. e i ,0 0 II'Surp.us and Profts .- NO,00O n poai !,800/00 I overnment Deposit. 10,000 SW. KNIG T, Cashier, T. H. ILEINSHMIDt, Aýrt.CauOs. .,euoo'~=l Mlmools,wm. ATIONAL, Butt., Moa A General Banking Business Transacted. E. C, LINGAN, B Z""ELT, ° "AN General Merchandise,. N Th1e St Pres always paid for irJele; Co ntr4U'.