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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 126. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WE NESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTh ,wy 1O ah 6I.. --1. ---- -r_ _ _______ qi Attetion ! 'S P.tderly'e tirtty years of labor gjvsat1 y with every sait of clothes II Potring In. The most carefully se lcated stock in the country. NEW AND UNIQUE, at Ready to show our phtitbs the hand somest sasortment of Fall Clothing ever T brought to reat Falls b Talor iMa4e Suits! h We are now prepared to show a-com- e plete lile of tailor-made garments in Threisd *Ou. bulttOn Outldir y Prookc, sqeual t, hes ' i as nutswiiy hacks, 1i elegpr4 imported Worteds,, comprising almolstipy oa neeivable attern. These goods are throlghltlyl idb In every re spect, being thoroughly shrunk in the plie orA"o askingal< ipdined and trim med wlt~!,tlae ~ e el "etlaterlal. These girueint hr ,pri iiY iwk es good p as any 'made to order" suite and not over half the pole.. a Fill Overe ts ! A"nobby" and tastyline of these goods 1i Just opieed in all styles, including the latest ,fai, the English Boi out. Now V Is the' ighi time. 4etone of these gar- I ments. Gloves ! Gloves ! In ji ulaitmbnt we slmply -have every4 lapdsg lgl t daistor&, Uu-s dreBeltli. illt'sei Pupil for dItivitg as well as elegant English Dogskin Driv ere. We think we can suit any one In a the glove line. HIats! Hlats! Everything in Heat fron a Crusher to SKnor., i ' Seei! Shoes ! Ounltye of l ea's and Boys' Shoes ia undol.idly the 14e0 complete'i Great inll1., Quo,* R2ses In Cosgfasa,1A05o and:. ! ,uts esanot be ,%6l41d. Our 1 $2.0, 2 sand $8.50 Cat uqi*el gods a re the bes ailv that; Can posbly be h showit. In bhLd - mwed goods we are head quarters. I te the belt!1 14. Qi400EI the manelrkletndI, k,'; 1U~that we gsUW~ta optl PPIu to he eajow it ea. doj ~ todt 44 g 'qe4j tisq g o4sme to *ais ~e vuuA ~mu ttD3·POO q., o ý t i - . c THNPLp · DPW ., -ý· ! SUDDEN DEATH AT HELENA, or es Max J. Behrens, the Well Known D)ruggist, Found Dead in His Room. INDIAN COMMISSIONERS APPOINTED, Action of the Board of Equallization of Lewis and Clarke County Levy l.!gmi I SNelson, the Great Stallion Trotter, Will Make the Attempt to Beat His Recork. HELNxA, Oct. 4.-[Special to the 'Pfr aBUE.]-M. J. Behrens the well-known druggist and chemist of this city Was found deal in his room in the Diamond building it :80 this afternoon. He had gone to his room to take a nap and left I word for a messenger boy to wake him. The boy came down statrs after making the attempt and reported that Mr. Behrens would not wake up. An investigation showed the maato be dead. A coroner's inquest is now being held. The deth It believed to be due to apolexy of the heart. Mr. Glhlfans was numarried and about 88 years old. He came here from Chora 9 go and haU been a resident of this atty or everalr years. Da1ing Robbery. WA.rarox, N.D, Oct. l--Yesterlay afternoon four masied men entered the house of Amen Ho ner, a farmer, living twelve miles west of this city, and de maaded money. When it was refused they shot doffner, Inflicting a slight *otund. Tiheiobbpl then bound him, his wifeand children and ransacked the house 'er The found $S50. They took a team and buggy east to the Minnesota line where they turned the horses loose. Mrs. Hof nbr, after two hours su'iering, loosened her bonds and thea re sevd her husband and children. iofue wenat to the ral road station and' an alarm to this city ti(d the i.shIla.h r posoe went InI pursuit late at night. The robbers were discovered at Bceticenridge and two were m- caIptired and one escaped. TAXAWIto AT UaLREA. he Aement Lorwerd $,O00,000-The Levy Only lax ald One-half Mil. HmatiA, Ot. 4--[peilal to the Ta-. li~ a].-The lowering of the assessment by the board of equil ,ation will re4qu e the atelaement- $ J . h ', Te general tas levy amounts to O% mills 'or all pur poses, which with the city taxes makes thirteen mills. The assessment of the county in round numbers Is 9,0000,000, and the bonded indebtedness $190,000 o the -90 bonds of 1887. Indian Oommeltnosne Appisntad. WAsemosToN, Oct. 4.-The president hbo appointed the following commiession as on Indian afairs: O. H. Mahone, Charleston, W. Vs.; rWin. Hayne, South Bend, Ind., and Isaac Fennimore, Mount Holly, N. J., to nego- r tiate with the TalWe Mountain band of t Chippewas, North Dakota, W. H. H. Dufur, of Dafur, Oregon, Mark A. Fuller, of Colfax, Washington, and Willnam H. Dill, of Clearfield, Pa. to visit the Warm Spring Indian reserve- i tis. nQreaon, to regrt on the proper loca sorin lte no=rt 2 s4line ofetbat rersrvs. elst1 audo negV " with' ithe Indiana f e ion of part of that reservation lc to the sa anct. John epha, of 'Gnd Fork.s,N. .T ir. and Bred B lOn ey, hBurlington, Vt., Stoneýort4l with ,,northern band of Cheyennes on the ongue river reserva tion in Montanao, 4ad with the eand of r northern l.a~resas on the Pine Ridge reservation, Scutlth Dakots. weteen WilI Try to east His rasord. T'Par HI~en , Ind. Oct. 4.-The great stalhion, Neleon, that now holds the w w eorld's record'of :ito , will be sent on I Thursday of the coming week of races to lower his record, It Is believed that over the fast TerlreBHaut track he will make the mile tlose to 9t10. Tb. 'Ianlsg Den. Nanllmr. Por esuno, Oct. 4.-It is now an Snounced that Fleming Bros., dealers in st ptoprietary medclines, who assigned thi I ia porling, have a total of P)it0,000 in ha l bilitoes, instead of $50l,000 as reported. i They claim over $1,000,000 assets, and amy e every peony will be paid and businese will go on se usal. Uew oead iid.aes wre t be eaved. FORT rewn, I. T., t)ct. 4.-The OCha' taw commnsion arrived here today and will resumet oegotUationa with the Chey enne and Arnpaete i0dilee at the New i Darlington, for the mdle of. their intere't in the Indian lands to the governmsenit. Tbe Indiana at present take no Inrte In the commiselon's viet. They are alle agog over stories of one of their number wheo hau jst returned from a visit to the fsoue Indtal whoer e eaw the Indian would he d.atroyed next at summer tn e w.et.u f sud through which only r ood Indians would be able to wriggle their way to bappiMa - e Bie.olme LeanRe Iet okene. BioIN, Oct. 4.-The twenty-five mile bicyule tod race, under the auspicesof l the BoDton Atblet.. Aassociation, today, was gadi' interesting by the breaoing of Sthe amateur record for that distanfe by W, VenWagoaer, of the New York Ath, I leti club, in 1 hour, 9 minutes, Lb eo Is o0d4A who started from the scratch. The bt previoUs time was that of A. A. nurdy, at Waltham, in 1885, but to 4' ge was fully five seconds lowen lw~5sesde over a muddy road. . T.l aplet and m. t compl-ete line of Pllush oit;k 4 , e . ty at the New York « i' ~, d b* t of , Wool and Tart mt 6ae et5 OUR PFOItmohN UDDuET. The French Sootes7 of Hygiene Pavorn the Admission of the America Heoi. PAntS, Oct. 4.-The discussion which a has been conducted by the newspapers here on the question of the admission of American pork Into France is dying out in a measure, and that topic is now being replaced by general denunciation of the McKinley bill. The more important journals on the side of the government seem still to be not unfriendly to the withdrawal of the decree of prohibition. The French Society of Hygiene has pinted an important document on Amer tc.n meats wle~t was werim by Pietra 1nhta, general secretary of the society. The pamphlet examines carefully the charges that have been made as to the unwholesome character of American meats and comes to the coac~lon that the charges are unfonuded. It then quotes from the dispatch of Whitelaw Reid, American minister, to M. Ribot, which it styles a model of flnesse, cour tesy and diplomatic discussion, based nupon practical good sense and present knowledge of the facts. 4After quoting psepages from Reid's letter, which are shown the disadvantages to d renchworkingmen, which results from t .er being deprived of the cheap article . ofood, the secretary continues: 'These facts and comparisons constitute a page of contemporaaeous history which will '5 t fae l toamane future generations. We n Woeailourselve like to know' how our l profouind politicians and unreasonable Sprobhlbitioniste can refute these argu t entative paragraphs in Minister Reid's qi ee tch to M. benot." The address conclude with a stront y peal for the removal of the prohibition samot Amerclan pork in the inateeats of the cheap healthful article offered. The task of Ges. King, the new United Mtates consul general here, has not been y a easy one, he having taken his office e just as the excitement over the McKinley g bill wasat its heighth and more rigid re quirements had to be enforced. III feel d lag among the merchants may have elneid'tostimulate the circulation of the it burd story which hs appeared in some iaris newspapers. This was to the effect e that Gen. King had beens detected in an d ffort to smuggle silver plate in his per al baggage. As a matter of acta l of a s sler wae sent to the American lega o aan ful'dutties were deposilted there d .fr in accordance with she law. The city has been csbwded for weeks 1past with Americans returning from the is contlinental tour. , ThbI outward bound samers are filled to their utmost capac y, and eve berth is engaged for a lionth to come. The Adjutant of Libby Prison Dea. t RIcRMOND, Va, Oct. 4.-Capt. John Latouch, who was adjutant of Libby prison throughout the war, died tonight, aged 70. Death of a Parminent St. Pslite. B . PAUL, Oct. 4.-Word was received I a1 here today of the death in London, Eng., 1 r- this morning of Gordon E. Cole, a prom s tinnt lawyer and politician of this state, c e whO left his residence in this city s few r ceeks ago to visit Europe. D: LOCOMOTIVE EN INEEN S. v An Important Heeating of This Organisa- I tion to be Head at Plttaburg. Prrrt P sno, Oct. 8.-The twenty-sev ' enth annual convention of the of the In. d ternational Brotherhood of Locomotive f .i Engineers to be held in this city on the ac 10th inst., will attract the attention of ' o- railroad officials and members cf the f of trainmen's organizations to a greater ex tent than any simillar convention held in H, years. n, Upon the action of this convention de 'a. pends the future policy of every organ r1i- nation of railroad men in the country. t a- The United Order of Railway Employes, a. compoed of the Brotherhood of Railroad SCoauctor, Brotherhood of Firemen and Slwitchmen's Mutual Aid association has t D, anviteu the engineers to become members 0 rt. of thlis federaton. In case the engineers I of accept this invitation, railway employes a- will have an orgnization of greater power f than ever bef1 existed . It wilt ie ne tatically invulnerble. If the engineerl t ref .e e -eo.opOrate, the "eFnderatoe" will stand as present. Prominent engi nemr are reticent as to their dasiresin btis matter. Tbh desire o the tiainmen to bring about this alliance has had its Be effect and indications now seem to be en that a majority of the engineers are in m favor of the move. Old differences be tween the engineers and firemen's organ leatloas have been adjusted, and the old 'iL antipathy of the firemen is ended. This, therefore, will not militate against the coalition. CONDErNErD Tl.EOMBAr S. in Fleming Bros., Pitthburg dealers ins s patent medicines .liseiled for $800,000 with assets at 1,400,000. Bar sliver $1.18. Idaho republican state ticket received my 2,000 majority and the republians, have ssB 41 out of 04 members of the legislature. The Chicago Times says the Mount Carmel Aeronautic Manufacturilng coot paony will be charteed with .0,000000 ocp capitol, for;biutldlag slrships wih will nd go sround the globe in five dys. o- populat;on t0oi ; a . 8mu, '0, w The winr.ers at Morrlis Park yesterday t were Eve, B.ly.Jýos Reporter, Equity, 0t Tournamlt add Servitor. dat Prairie firesil Dakota are still reging, all sndi much damage it being done, tar TheI wltntrs yeaeerdsy were isa s Njr Tom, arsey Ernest Humphreys th negro murder et at Prnceton, Ky., was lyeohed Thure- 1 Sdy, S William H, lchreiber wso robbed the sir Columbus, Ind,, baoh of IP800;0, reetor ed the money and will asi.uamecroy of the court. It is msaid Ri~iia andTurkey are agreed ie onthe"Arlmniie a queslan.' of Engineer lid. Wells was cr.nhed to death In f'teiglCCrekat Collie Bill, i.l., Thu a evening. he n _v .a. :s founir1ta 4ntiessto in the North sea AWoqedý te tot $ u The dei alton " in the aUI ii.t]gA utie f ese bas bes reeersred f" *.week. rFivee ha 1liIt.0 ý f, " t cusad cgioeara t rO4-sl:" atbe' decidedto OnlUpeii THE BIG BASE BALL DEAL , ch we It is Finally Consummated at Cincin nati-The Consideration is 5 g 889,000.. he __N i mt 01 Rt RAILIOAD AeCIDERT O0 THEN. P. ROAD. at he ee The Engineer Instantly Killed but toa the Passengers Escape jp ty. Unhurt. (9 Vhe n0 he ft an The Comte de Paris is Highly Honored ts n by Dietinguisled Citizenes of aw New York. hi ur- at OsIcINwNAo , Oct. 4.-The celebrated re ad base ball deal was consummated here to- pi e. might in the oflce of the attorney. What ar, the terms are cannot be stated definitely le for they have not beals made known in ti le toipll detail. It is said that cash in full see was laid down by Brotherhood officials 1 to Sterb. At all eventh 'the Olndnnatit t Ne base ball club with all its rights and tur franchises, property, etc., has been sold ble and transferred to the Players league. Iu It is believed the consideratibn was $88, 000 cash in hand. It was a difficult pro ani ceedsg. Every hour of the day from ion early morning until nine o'clock tonight of was employed by the contracting parties led in consummating the deal. This morn sen ing, early, McPhee, Mullane and Riley w lee balked the business for a while by inter e posing conditions upon which they would el. sign. Finally there were given a bonus. F ave Millans, McPhee, Riley, Marr, Holliday, it the Latham, Rhines and Harrington signed meat once with the new club. an Tsap R ORTHIRN PACIFIC 'n~aRO, f A Prelght Osndda tor R.ptalslble and he S Has eft for Parts Ulknown I. t HOULOA, Mont., Oct. 4.--An accidentti tks occurred last night on the Northern Pa- tI Sciflc railway at Mullan, a small station ac trest of here, and at the foot of the east a slope of the main range of the Rocky Mountains. The east bound passenger at train paseed Mullan in safety, and came shn down the slope at the usual rate of speed. ti The switch lights are visatle for some g distance through the shrubbery, and the I lights indicated that everything was all right. There is a safety awitchakt. statlan whleh-had been left open, and s h red locomotive was standing on the side track. ii The paen er rounded the curve and )-crossed the bridge safely, but dashed into t the switch and the locomotive before it ate, could be stopped. Engineer Masser re few mained at his post till the last and was instantly killed. The fireman was badly injnred and may die. The mail coach was derailed, but the first-class and sleep- t ing care remained on the track, No pas- ti lsa- sengers were injured. Masser leaves a young wife. He was on a special run, having relieved the ieo- regular engineer temporarily. The con- a In. ductor of the freight train is responsible a ive for the accident, as he neglected to have a the the switch turned. He can he held on a charge of manslaughter. Officers have of been hunting him but he is not to be k the lfound. . Honorilag the Comse. n NEW YoBx, Oct. 4.-Comte De Paris was banquetted tonight at the Union club by a distinguished representative a gatheringofabout 800 gentlemen. Among those who assembled to do honor to the d guest was Arthur Belmont, Clarence d Beward, Gen. Batohellor, assistant secre in tary of the treasury; Gen. O. O. Howard, 'a Gov. Wetmore of Rhode Ibland, John M. SKnox. Bishop Potter Archbishop Corri gan, Warner Miller, Col. Michey ot West Point. The governors of the club ex p tended to the count the privileges of the club for 60 days-- privilege seldom ex n tended. n The Sleeping Oar Case. C ICAGO, Oct. 8.-The opinion filed I a yesterday by the supreme court of Min- I - nesota in what is known as the upper I berth case reached the officials of the Pullman company today. Their officials f claim that, although the suit was really against the railway company, its efect I was chiefly of interest to sleeping oar companies. An examination of opinion t ulotoes that the court did not consider or pass at all upon the question of the validity of the order of the railroad com d missioners requiring upper bertha to be ae closed when not occupied, or of the pow e. er of the railroad commissioners to make it such an order. It simply decided that the distrist court, to which the appeal 1 from the order of the railroad commis eioners was taken by the defendant, the a ratlroed comopay had no urisictlpa to oeaderapplg mc. p e Fgtid power of the lto . to mss any nr er controlling the ope nuv s of alenpsng car companie' ýwi nea oonsideed or s ested. .The question involved in the acie ;the Vrullatyap ,ppeople say, the ann tof l to whooeosIeUdUreid by' the U.' S 6 eupiMe court In the famous milk rate Y cae ieilded last spring, in ,which -the wse .tL the M irced eemMrn o sslof sr nnseots to make the final orders was a- expressly denied. "Ee w BLAOK LIeT1toe ecsuax. SA Libel alt on sthe ~o , t Selena That Wlillse n Te as ise. d . t belac 010, 601ca1 10 to tlgaro md the provhwitou of thn buel. liiaws. tnell hal g rep forted b pwiph wasin ift~twlpPu avorYoalRmteqi tteress It j yr la v e y4 y t t s } a 'ci5 the eye gas used by Olds pro tegethe epmts I. lep p, eihould' come 1 under the provielous of b4s t laws. Urunel haibaf, reported Beckwtth was tihnbl to pay billo preeo the at0r now aims e tng to S le 9, c t . i bi 1h O i , 9 0 t p t f , o Oth, emnfher wtlaw1 will Usti. saultaytre wnlsed with in P r Pp OVRNOR' THOMAS REPOR1T. E iHe .lnorsaes on the znds of Mgrmonism . and Makes theUsual Rseommea dationsa. . e Mormon question was discussed at A on length by Arthur L. Thomas, Gov era of Utah, in his annual report to Sectetary Ioble. He asserts tlhat the Mo+ion people are governed by priests aqdbt In every political and business te church is put first, country after- E: a . The population of the territory eiated to be 220,982, an increase of 9 t cent. during the past ten yearp. T N ~ rs of Mormons are recruited by gration from Great Britain and tnavian countries. There really is n ange as to polygamy. He accounts fr e hold which Mormonslm has upon the eple, i by the fact that they are G ta tIeep aloof from inflcences out f the church, that their lives are di d bythe Lord, and that the priest the only authorized medium to dand declare the will of the Lord, and besdiance to priesthood is practically obedane to the Lord. The Governor reco mends the passage of the bill re pod in the senate by Senator Edmuds, w authorizes the Governor to appointT cerin county officers and providing for w Sleg.4tve reapportionment. He states h, tha., this bill becomes a law it will Spl the cOntroT of 25 counties in the an of met loyal to the government. tr He a recommendsthe passage of either tb I th. ullom or Strubble bill, a. ilaver Purchases. W. aHINOTON, Oct. 8.-The amount of hi sl vee offered to the treasury department Ic toda* amounted to 917,000 ounces. The rc Samot purchased was 510,000 ounces. c The Cholera Seoulgs Lo*aDOw, Oct. 8.--It is denied at Lloyds to that $holera has appeared at Aden. Not wlthitanding the denial quarantine has w been established at French and Algerian to porti.against vessels arriving from Aden. T Forty cases of the disease were reported to ri in Aleppo Wednesday, twenty-eight of re which proved fatal. Inhabitants of the th place are fleeing to escape the disease. at Opposed to Wild Wes Shows. a W4anlaOon, Oct. 3.-The Indiancom missioner has issued a letter of instruc ittion to Indian agents, in which he says cl t. he department is informed that a com a pany Is preparing to obtain Indians from a me of the reservations to join "wild T yeat shows" in Europe. Agents are in- hi r structed to promptly refuse any applica- ci a tions for this purpose, as it is now against e 1. the policy of the interior department to oa a grant, permits for such purposes under s' e snyytcnmastianes whatever. Agents are Sf.ari e iostrnctaed to lay the matter be .0hcrh5*5aniev tribes and advIse em that if any of the Indians shonuld a hereafter attempt to leave their reserva I. tion for exhibition purposes it will be re d garded as an open defiance of the author Sty of the government and that prompt it measures will he adopted to detain them. Mosy for Sureys. O WAserINTON, Oct. 8.-The secretary of the interior today approved the appor- t tionment of money appropriated for sur- O veys of public lands for the year ending June 80, 1801. The amount allotted to I each state in the northwest, with increase or decrease, where any exist, as compared with last year, is as follows: North Da kota $40,000, increase $20,000; South Da kota $40,000, increase $20,000; Wyoming $20,000, increase $10,000; Idaho $20,000, increase $10,000; Washington $85,000, increase $65,000; Minnesota $10,000, in crease $6,000; Montana $76,0)0, increase $60,000. The reserve fund for conting encies is $27,000 an increase of $2,000 t over last year. The sum of $40,000 is al lotted for the examination of surveys. Total thus appropriated is $495,000. Last year the appropriation was $185,000. RAILROAD CONsTRUCTION. Georgia Builds the Greatest Number or Miles With Montana Second in the C List. , CIcAGo, Oct. 8.-The Raillroad AgeI will tomorrow publish a summary of railroad construction in the United E States in the1rst, nine months of 1890, which shows that 8,782 miles of new I I road have already been built in thirty nine states and on 212 different lines. I r States showing. largest amount of new s mileage are Georgia, 828miles; Montana, 8l21 miles; North Carolina, 220, and r Washington, 207. The only states and territories in which no track has been 1 laid this year are New Hampshire, Ver mont, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Dela ware, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ne r vada oand Utah, The Railway Age esti mates that the total construction in 1890 will be from 6,000 to 6,500 miles as against 2,900 miles reported i~ 1880, Turf Winnee. S MostnrR PARK, Oct. 8.-The winners at It today's races were Volunteer, Objection, Salvini, Blithe, Eurus, Kirkover, Annie. CINorexATI, Oct. 2.-The Latonia win e ners today were Bob L, Pullwan, Gym o nast, Babby Beach, Sempher, Fldele. SBosen Monutan Output. g The Boston ~ .MoRtsan has made pub lic its silverproduct for July andAugust. For the forler ontlth the product was "7,111 ounces asore than a year ago, but a that for August was 8,700 ounces less. 8 Below is the comparative product: Theprodutonof mineral the second Sw0eekof A eptember was 48,808 pounds Sof copper and' 486 ounces o f silver, low Is the two weeks prod.ct, compared t witha year ago from July 1: To Helena Only $.00 The Montana eftral has fixed the rate t wO e800 for the roded trip to Helen4 for tes of copper oswho may dncesire to gosilver S es farther silver the capital o the grand . excursion next Sunday. "HACKETACK" a lastin and The RMntparfu entra has fixed thcents. Ygr sale by J. B. Driver, Drluggist. EXCITEMENT IN TIPPERARY, A Polieelmln Witness Who "Shadow." the P'atriots in the I'on fessional. EXCITING SCENES IN THE COURT ROOM. The Magistrate Adjourns Court in High D)udgson Several Times. Harrington Debarred. Governor Thomas Makes His Report on the State of Affairs in I'tah. DuBLIN, Oct. 3.--Much excite.rllut was occasioned in the court room to lay at Tipperary by the evidence of one of the witnesses, a policeman, who testifled that he followed several of the defendants In to the vestry of the Catholic chutch and tried to overhear what was said there by them. This testimony aroused the Indig nation of the counsel for the defendants and he demanded to know if penal days had returned when the sanctity of the confessional could be iunaded. Thecourt room became a chorus of cries and the confusion was so great that it was impos sible to go on with the proceedings. The court was therefore declared adjourned for half an hour. When court reopened the policeman i witness was cross-examinoed by Harring 4 ton, who called the witness "shadow." The magistrate called upon IIarringt'n I to withdraw the expression. Harrington refused to do so and was ordered to leave the case. An uproar ensued, O'Brien and Dillon commenting freely upon the manner in which the case was conduct d. Finally another half hour adjouinment was ordered. luring the adjournment Harrington's Sclients decide to defend themselves. SWhen proceedings were resumed and Dillon had just begun to address the bench, a cheer was raised for Harrington. This so exasperated the magistrate that he ordered the court cleared and the pro ceedings were adjourned amid the grelt est confusion. A large body of police was massed outside the court. There wias no rioting. WHHAT'S IIn a Nme Shakespeare says, "A rose with- t out s name would smell as sweet," nevertheless, just at the dawn of this last decade of the nineteen century, in the year of grace 1890, there is quite a good deal in a S name. A clothier without a name and reputation is heavily handicapped in the race for trade. People like to buy from dealers whose estab lished record is a guarantee for fairness and honesty. Our name, A. NATHAN, The One Pice Clehoti has been before the public of 1'orthern Montana for years and has an established repu tation for honesty, fair-dealing and hearty endeavor to please customers. The reputation of a clothier is the accumulated evidence of many tiansactions with many customers. r A good name can only be founded on continued merit in merchandise and fairness in dealing. We can be surpassed in neither. r Our name has a value to you. It j specifies a place where you can save money by buying better goods for less money than else where. Try us and see if this ,. good name is not well deserved. Perhaps you may hear our cus tomers speak of the tailor made d clothing we carry, the work of d Stein, Block & Co., wholesale I a tailors. There is so much in them - to talk about it can't be half told. The fit, the fabric, the fashion, . that extreme "finesse of finish" e you can't find in other makes. ts When we call their suits tailor made, we mean every suit is made as much by hand as possible, no at machine button holes or flims;ly s, sewed on buttons, but enough said. e. The name Stein, Block & Co., u- wholesale tailors, attached to all n- their work, speaks for itself, Our fall goods are comng in. We We receiving the best goods of every kind in our line that can be - found. . The latest styles in hats, neck "" wear and handkerchiefs continu ut ally in stock. ' Shirts in quality, style, pattern, workmanship and prices that will 1 u suit you. While we carry the best goods to be obtained, we also carry an immense stock of goods to suit all kinds of trade. We do not carry id teoheapest grades, but will sell s you good goods at prices that will r surprise you; cheaper than the 1l cheapest grades can be bought elsewhere. It will be to your in terest to see our stock. tep in when you can. We'll be glad to see you whether you purchase or s not. M if you cannot cone yourself send your order and it will receive im medliate attention. Don't forget that we guarantee the price of to every thing we sell. Yours re or spectfully, A. NATHAN, The Oe-Pr.lce Clothiler 317 is the number is our Store and we intend making it the most frequented place in Montana. To do this we intend to make a Special Sale of some different goods every week. These sales will be of Seasonable Goods and will not be old second-hand auction store goods, but the best goods to be had. Send for Buttterick Sheet. . Free for everybody i Goods Delivered to your House Free of Charge. Special Towel Sale. This week our great Special will be Towels, none of your common every - day towels, but elegant Damask Towels, with knotted fringe and large size. Large Hem stitched Huck Towels and immense 1 urkish Towels. These are all good value at 45 and 50 cents, but for this week we will sell them at 274 c each, quantity limited to each customer. Don't forget the price, 27 jc each. Next on Our List. Next on our little list is Unbleached Cotton Flannel, a very good grade, suitable for underwear, etc., which we will sell at 6 c per yard. Grand Values. Then we have Grand Values in Blankets Comfortables, Flannels, Hosiery, Dress Goods, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Cloth and Plush Garments, Astrakhan Capes, Por i tiere Curtains, Smyrna Rugs and Carpets, in fact you have to see our stock to appreciate what we are telling you. Don't Forget Our 271 -2c Towels O.&SH PAID FOR Hides, Sheep Skins, Furs Talklo Eastern[market prices paid for all the above stock.RProimpt atte,.l , given to allhipments made to me. Quotations furnished on applicatu , Warehouse on R. R. track and:Third ave. South. Office opposite t t Park Hotel. Address Thee Gibson, Great Falls, Mont.