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S, OVBE 1, 1890. E FIVE CTibu ne VOWME m.t rman8 GREAT FALLS, M J T r .vEpSIAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS DI TI .41 NI Cutting Down fr TIO Ii 0h r 1:PB toi x cn tb th ne iT We cannot tell a lie. a fil We d. it withour tle ei hatchet. Westruk origt r at the root of the iats ter and dowv caine 4hm to prices. None of -tl - oug is now high eough to be out -of aybodys " sh. u ti This ,is" the. grist ' i That goes to the mill This.Jis the machine You never can fill. L~et it dvour ias Much asjayouichoose And the,.result is alwa s Come. to our store, If yoot'reon the lock outt For cheapness SI at .. atyle. aths 'uu ' DEMOCRATS STILL GAINING, Dixon Safe and Five Democratit Ren. ators arc Certainly Electedl. DEMOCRATIC AVALANCHE IN ILLINOIS. i The Entire State Ticket Elected andsI 14 out of 20 Con. greanmen. Reports from Several States with a Confirmation of Former Good News. replleas anl ede eleetion. Buford Is surelyt lieeed in Madison county. With Gih mig elected, this gives us five senators. THu AVALAmNOH IIIN ILLINOIS. oItr Returne Show that the Democrats ~asy Everything. CoicAoo. Nov. 7.-At last the returns from the state of Illinois have become sufIlelently complete to anotlnce de istively the result on the state ticket. The dem0orats have won. Edwin S. Wit sao is elected state treasurer by 11,480 and Henry Rash of Belleville, superin tendent of public Instruction, by .08,144. No complitieons hbve been made yet n the trusteeship of.the University pf IIII nois, but the indications are that the three democratic nominees have also been elected by a slight majority. The elact , vote will not be ascertained Until the returns have bheen oanvassed and sent to the statesat pring field. But complete returns will leave no doubt the result is as herein stated . and the entire democratic state ticket is elected. Returns received so far are Soliciql from all.coutes Into, the state ex cept eight. These have been carefully estimated as they have heretofore gener Ally giren democratic majorities. Not until today have the republicans of li1 noise realized the fill extent of the eva lanche which hi saobliterated the old time majority in this state. Fuller returns today showed that in addition to demo cratic gains heestofore anpounced in the cbngressionel districts. Congressman Psyson and Hill had also been defeated and Snow and Stewart' (democrats) elected. This makes Illinoia congres sIlalo delegation stands Toturteen demo crate and six republicans. Very tiloe in louth Dakota. Sioux FAas, S. D., Nov. 7.-This morning's Press has the following in re- ti pard to the legislature: From reports o received from every senatorial disritct p except two and from every representa tive ditrlet except eight it is figured that the republicans will certainly have a ma jority in the house and possibly a major ity in the senate. There are forty-five c members in senate and the returns show that the republicans have elected n twenty-two and the fustonstats twenty one with two districts yet to hear from, 1 the th and 8Sth. In the house there I are 124 members, of which the repubil- P cans have elected sixty-one and the fu- 0 ionius fifty-three, with eight districts 1i having eleven members yet to hear from. Garland, democrat, in this county, is de feIted by lqss than fifty votes. Many F demoerat, plaim he is elected and will t try to get recount in hopes of pulling him f through. Some of ethe candidates are a bowling r,'.und" and threatening con- a tests. Mellette is surely elected governor by a small plorality with Loucks, inde pendent, ascoed. Pierre's majority for permanentapital will be absut 8,000. YTagros. S. D., Nov. 7.--Chairman a Peemiller of the demooratic state central I committee has received advices this af. I ternbon which lead him to claim the I election of Taylor (dem.) for governor I over Mollete by a slight plurality. lie etpqo lauinlthat Weeks (dae,) for audi tor s defected W W. Taylor (rep.). P'.iller concedas the electio of Gam I l sand Pickier and all of the republican I , e tiket with the above exceptions. Sthlhaks t0 l aeaIlt$uro will beIalmost yRlA1y diviAdel wSeel the two parties. hCbr would eaiefeet for Mloody for I senator and mere than probable the i eotion of Bartlett Trpp to succeed I. him. It lro rmored that Loucko, the armerse' allt4a e dldate for governor, i Ie alerted by a edl. f plurality hat this report Is d aisbelieved. Boodle emeoy. e , utoLao, Nov. 7--A short timesgo ex Alderman Whelan was shot and killed by amen named Hathaway. It was a meatter of cumon esotorlety in political elrolethat Wealaa was aeogsaetwaeen, or lea...g houes, for bribe money peasing between corporations wanting franhlsee $ -purohssable members of the city o cl. An afternoon paper ay that, shortly before his death, Whein depor tt ae hua k in ,this ecty,s sa .eim iaedi l asier from cartl ela C- .eed; lIlroads in neat of franchises and e It*iWldermea desirous of realJilng f sl valnsuef ar.thlr vote granting -the b The pape pulsaes out that Whe . tath leaves thsle tidy sum in a pe uler situationo. Though in Wheltn's aLds. snot belong to his eltate; iailalpeople dare not take action to e0Yf em ge nd the alderman have no qlp ss c it and dare not enforce it if they bhad. Igo rawpu~ s, Nov. 7.-Otelisl returns ftIeP t lste atet large are beginning to o se Is. The de.erstc majority will heisal bbo [ The only repsbliasoe eleted to eogres are Waruh, in the nild Jeohnon in the ninth district. - sad demooretlo majority tin - ` te ut crsI.m atu have a DELUWDD MoKIUlLEY. He Still clings to hls Hobby and Says It Will Finly Prevailed. OLaVELAND, Nov, 8.-Congressman McKinley arrived in the city this even- w ing. Speaking to a reporter about the recent election, he sld: "I am well sat istled with the result in my own district. Igained 2,¢00 votes during the campaign which lasted but three weeks. Tht weas even more than I had any rightto o#pct. It is certainly very gratifying to me." "What do von think of the result la the I state 1" was asked. "The republican victory on the state ticket was splendid, The unfairness of ji the gerrymander was manifested moset clearly by the recent election. The re-. publicans carried the state by a popular majority of over 12,000, while the demo crate secured two-thirds of the represent l atives in congrese and the repubbl.esas P one-third. This shows the efect of the gerrymander very clearly." "Has the cause of protection suafered any by the recent democratic victories throughout the country?" •."Prote i9 s su~rdger today than it Peer aas, and it will continue to grow in Il favor. The tarif bill, which was made .i the issue during the campaign, was but C0t three and one-half weeks old when the 4o election occurred, and,. many . of , its provisions have not yet gone into ef. to fect. The bill was misunderstood and 'a sh aamefullgmlirepreanted. The latter WI was done by importers, many of them who are not citizens of the United States, Jl and free traders." 4$ "What will be the future of the bill?" 110 "I am sure that will win In the end. I8 All great measures have met with tem, a porary defeat. The emancipation of Dc slave and the passage of the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to the conmti- t a tution may be pointed to as examples. $1 The same issue will come to the front in Iis 1892 and it will then be better under- wI " stood. Our defeat this year is not great. a5 er than it was in 1888, two years after ch Garfield was elected. The republicans to have not had a majority in the house of th representatives since 1875. In this con- wl gress we have 26 members from the Oa nsouh, while in the new house there will liI Stbe but two or three. We have little to A5 fear In the future if we have afree ballot j and a fair count." ans Y MajortcKinley came to the city on U: business and a natmber of friends called 118 upon him in the evening. He said he Ci would take a rest for a few days and wi leave for Washington in about two weeks th e so as to be ready for the opening of con- co gress on December 1. When asked if as there would be anylmportant legislation ad e enacted during the session, he said that ali n he did not know of any. '"W did not hI d leave much undone dpringthe ,past ses- on ) sioa," he remarked with m smile. , Major i McKinley. ieelseahdd..t $hateue '> will peansthe Lodgatderal eelection bill T before the close of the esla.o hs of Merrlam PrgauPbly teea . M 8 r. PAu., Nov. 8.--The crrected re- i turns, most of them oflicial, up to 10 Ne o'clock tonight, give Merriam (rep.) a thi t plurality of 1,27.. Lincoln Tied of Couart Life. fcc CHICAeo, Nov. 8.-The evening News f5 says: obert T. Lincoln, minster to the 0o court of St. Jaeieo, has returned to the t' United States and will be in Chicago a next week. It is said that before he. th - leaves for the west he will go to Wash- "r Ington and tender his resignation as min- ei ister to the court of Sti James. The of position held by Lincoln is an expensive le1 one and the necessary expenditures are no in excess of the salary received. We ait Prise Fighters entestneed, Is BRInssnLs, Nov. 8.-Jem Smith, .thebs English fighter, and Frank lavin, Aus- an trallan pugilist, who in December last frt fought a prize fight near Brusgewere pa each sentenced today, in default, to one w month's imprisonment. r Anarchist Clebreation. CancAoo, Nov. 8.-Tomorrow 5,0061 anarchists expect to march around thei n city and then proceed by train to WaldF heim cemetry, where exercises; will be held in commemorai;a of "disiplep of the faith" who were exequte4, for canue r log the Haymarket riot. At wa7ldhelm aaddresses will be made by Prof. Garside and Morris Schulte of New York and Charley Bary of the Personal Rights 14 n league. th No More Auerwhit Meetnigs. . NnwaRx, N. J., Nov. 8.-Mrs. Luoy r Parsons and her eight anaghist frids, 4 are still in jail, she hnd four of the iee1a being unable to procure bail, ive otber W r, anarchists were unable to pay tleir fineg' I Hugh O. Pentecost alled on Mrs. Part~ sons this afternoon but was-refused ad. mittanoce to the jail. Pentecost satongii r- condemns the action of the~polleae prp, l veptng any anarchist OegJi" i p, Tb a police say they will allow no~ess f oft i meetings. r Anether Ceases. =ehi. g WAsasoa.ro, Nov.8.-A bulletisfepom . N the census "allae upon the censusu U Y Alaska is compnad entirely of ai4ahtah '' trodutory gilgt egt from Sfpt. Sand a latter from Speciol; A.at a observing his experience in e- force of enumerators for his -ldieaic ii There are no statut tlc of any laid. ismr1 eek. .,e- ~uAno, Nov, 8.--.attle-steady e- shde lowera steers $0.74.L0; o ' etseds on sie. et westerns 14.0; fTxqas . p. to lambs $4, ,.8. 50 The Metals, if Nuw Yoax, Nov. 8.--ar slor Copper-Neglectled Lake, nominal. us Ti-$-tremely dellý strsj A t ' M to P Iron--D:u11 esy; A hNorth flstr WoWsi ;uketl at al p is I Wewtilibe ,e tkhswour8 a and quote prices We ®1l ot" bej - Ssold, A&W'XuUT e ' ,'. F UROM CHIA III ( RPOL' n- Without Change -A 9 way he u Bahemes to Cotanwt the ek D an4d the Iý r a go ctile. ot.. . IMMEAE U .EI-# .FORTat E IWEST , *e . Of Ships WitliThef-T s e Car rotY. M on Lelte keq d. to Lakoe Belm*Ileeb as Preent Harfioas's Prgtoia- C ie The Day set, for Famit, O nh d Vanill. T : i Cnrosno, Nov. a.-Aiird aw t nl ys: i rly in the coesiingoj e P o0 Ut compepd ms ad etivc a of a heo:nn n1allptat wi y e a of dian businesmeni .d l . f. to th w . psiead ai ad and time notiaelat in 1ert u to' a or iththe A ti~aleboprd bealiaen t sm phip railwa which is o t L on" a s t" liewise be p t 5 ia id. PItliUtnir n a4 eiIt, IOU 4b toni nt straction anmaiaaenan e askd Ct h o of Dotdlnond ionate oi.t. .. lth The tnags.sdieM uiatnd of a t- the pouiOpe ively v an yea si of a se. $18,000,000, aoordhig to estai in ised thereipresatives of the Ir, whlch iha lits headqpirte s bt. 4It Mroqtreal., The ipjedi ' r ci) stationed am Tcntroto~ . b no to have just returned from Loti e of the ,report osintes fr p To while in London he oated fore i t a. he Cate and aeoured aseuraaces In lish capitalists of their cordial to Iteanoll support T1i I lsa lot ject will be the firet geaettep atg nuating the oemmerolal Interest.ao on United States end Canada. It is ed arve been ori.gfopg bv, pan lse f who have always advocated te t f inl countrtes. ioErats.l Wiuln and is tol i . as being one of the leding moversl op scheme and Is listed for a r iat slice of. etaoc. Three lot have been collidwpej, I s- one of which would regace byt lor least 400 mile dishbodo lldtsfqe ýantd the lta l l: The conartato a 6" ship rsftn, has been dito onstrattl t& s6 fetn of the syndioste, wold makelthea I between Chicago anrid Liverpool fotoi s re- steamers opnly two days longethan I 10 NewYork to Liverpool So quietly hae a the plman been manied that the l at timaltion of the rtadleds Chinsa from Ternto, withte stateent thats I ,s franchise of opersosr of' the 4I he on Canadian ground was etadred be the dpmnoloon perlanent in sech oha 1 Sas to eecape natie. Italso stated t he three ronues mtaduoopldeirstiou have I ih- ready been surveyed and one of theip lIn. favyored by a 5ialorlty of the p be of the enterprise. 'As ear as can iv learned,; the mhot favored route is toe -I re nect Georgap bay with lake Ontario mseam of a rilway; wicD h is to be ae piatz.-sual eoiles gr Tbp direot, po is through lakes Michigan, Bupegioo tse IHron, throughthebay to lake On ot us- and thence toothe St. Lawrenc. " T Ot franohise obltaied from the omini a ire parliament prpldes for a canal, but is 0e worded so that i cap be awedpopstr I ardimalaten chip rai:waylsstad. T is canal, it is estlmated, would coat o r $10,000,000, while the ship Hralway not call for an eapenditre of more ld 1 * 900. ý______ SOUR-NATIORAL fUARNESBIVVI$* w Unt AM~ hnpsia, No.vm. 3f 7, A qitiw d 7. p *waui (cYM, I9Qv. 8.-Theb foflgwlap to0Use pro Pp9otlepn by tbe preideat' of the Umtiqd Piet; -By.the gae. ~SVcsfw of beAhtnlghty* t S. Qod, $b 0*Qo~tblu~itsei Men. been w u 3,4ad ito jbl uat day of thbe paarug r -Ws wJs bee 'us ot 9aa of'A4 E`. . o , n too dok or·t on ~~Usa 'I an10 ra Us. ; II bRUs;;.· ,8QNp. r I ON ~maz8sna BANQOrT. A Lare Gahernlerg of the Most Prominent Otlseans of the State. HnLENA, Mash., Nov. 8.--[Speelal.] The first meeting of the first annual re anion of the society of framers of the constitution of Montana was called to order at noon today by the president. W. A. Clark, in the district court mom of the county court house. An address of wel come was oatle by ex-Gov. Carpenter on ,ehalf of the senate members' reception mrmmttee, which, though brief, was elo qtent, and, patriotic, and Imbued with applause. The welcome was responded to Vy briefly by President Clark. An adjourbinentWas had until 8 o'clock this iternoon, when the following portion of .ae programme was carried out, and roll call And minutes read by the seoretary, report of the treasurer, L. i. Hershfield: Constitution and by-laws adopted; elec tion ofofficers; standing committee ap pointed; general business; recess. "The Constitational Convention and Our So ciety," Wm. A. Clark; "The Executive," J. K. Toole; "The Judiciary," W. W. Dixon. General and closing business. 0 At The Helena tonightthe banquet was given, commencing at 9 o'clock. Elab + orate preparations for the event were made and the affair was one which will I long be 'remenbered. The souvenir Smenu cmrdb fd the feast are beautiful apecimene of steel engraving. On the ) back of each is the monogram of the society in embossed letters of red and gold. The supper itself is one in which Mr. Willey has surpassed all previous efforts and will be In all respects the finest which has ever been served in this city.- This first re-union has been unuu sally well attended and there are few absentees. About 60people were pres ent at the banquet. Learnt nro Minnsota. ST. PAUI, Nov. 9.--9 . m.-Up to half past one this morning the Pioneer Press has :olalcareturns rom all but 19 cotn -ties.IMinnesota, the otihee being unpf flcial with one. exoeptlcasot.eenarated, and:the.totals are: Marriam, 88,84; WIl son, 88,814. Owen, 68,468. Merriam's plurality, 1, 919. Stean Barge Lost. SAUtm BST. MARIt, Mich., Nov. 8. The Canadian Pacific steamer, t.rmons, which arrived at Algoma Mills thisafter noon, reports the total ios of the steam rge Bruno, :apt. Peters,.and her coo tf. ort Louisa. They were loaded with coal for the Canadian Paolle railway bound from Cleveland to Algomna Mills, and were wrecked in the heavy ortheasterner It of Thursday night on Magnetic. Reef,, 88 ,mile ,southeast of Algoma Mills. No lives were loat. The vessels and coal are ltotallase, amounting to. $11.000. In P suritnceif any, cannotbe obtained. thsiat.k . is epwhblieoa. , Bu*on, s, D., Nov. 8.-Additignal re- p ,urna.conintr the earlier rqports, and in- it grease the iepp.lcan sepatore to t2 with A seggral,. ijstrite not, reported. The re- in *iiqtspon h a majority in the house, Ih 1ihe op0 p..ip having only 48, provided rd al1 uweopteij districts are theirs, which tl ip+Ltpia lpikely. ,IUalette pow bas, on a n .narjceiolved, over 8,000. plurality. a Blqp i oqotippies to claiip the gapital by a papjgrity of 1,708. A number of capital- o 11#s a; pwalting a decision of the quee - tlop, ,wibch may go to the ounrts for set- h tlement. k It has been snowing here since 10 ti 'clock, four inches now covering the si ground. A High Jsamber. Oimcoeo, Nov. 8.-At 10:6 p. m. to,- b tight: Roseburg beat the world's record ,, for high jumping by one-half inch,clear ing 7 feet 1l inches. Batterworth's Zi-Zag torie. An-evesq dozen of the Zig-Zag stories is a .nowoompleted. The twelfth and latest tI obf,Kr,Butterwqrth's stories in this series v in "Zig-Zag Journeys in the Great North- r weet." More than 800.000 of these vol- n meas have been sole; this twelfth book fi ha a portalt and biographical sketch of :popNDEr ,wrirrr.: Mr. ButtTrrortA, Who ý daiy at his desk in the Yoma th'e a Companion office has an orange farm n and aeottage in Florida, where he somne t q eeas n the winter. Twc farms in e lnd are also his; his hople for ote than a quarter of a century hasa b~n In Boston. 1 CONDIECNas TNL.tGMAMU. A I5enpr train and a train loaded ljh powder collided in Germany and a er.i lepsaloo resulted, but no one Pisag se rampant at TonquiDn. The republicans olaim a good majority .athe asewl Hmpshirealegilature. Thei ki. .btheestbas been forever !. d~a~yl ls m p ldano any stock in any lpy i otrelhtrio light company. '' .T Dero, Journal (Ind.) eaya the re ptblllaea olivled all the Michigan statte .ieeb but iovernor and attorney-general. St ie is raging at Picton, Nova Ia.gnlarecealye two additional ship SIPk this week, our stockt ,9 .o.p aidte we'do extend an Ion to the many who are in wait. tis U 1 prsd exmine them-W. B. LI . Be Silk, Wool and Merino Under '.ar in endles qalntity at W. B. Rla sighA.Co.'s. liei -l. a.s in saelling Best Goode .t ~re. l sad can prove it. . j1ael. a t and moat complete line of i the iy at the New York' JIfycuw.n t to ae the lielt line of i0. , the leat Ahlng Oraeg. the big oat-aue in Coawsia eadthe 4greateat inder tnm Coreta, .that maLl, any lady apelý cell at the New York Ca Whoolinit! Kennedy, with his ten taroid whiskey, Ventral avenue. atisal ealte f i*sia' Scearlet Under ,wear at 1ter seas this week only at W. ti, RIlaleig Co's, THE FIGHT GIVEN UP, The North Central States Wrapped in a Snowy Mantle Several Inches Deep. THE RETURNS SHOW. DEMOCRATIC AINHS The Farmers' Alliance Claims to fave Had a Hand in the Late Elee tions and Carried off Some of the Prizes. Major McKinley Still Claims That His Bobby will Win in 1892 and says He is Satisfied. HELENA, Nov. 8.-[Special.]--The re publican headquarters have been closed today and the fight giyen up. Dixon's majority cannot be overcome by Carter, no matter how the missing precincts go. Democrats are as much surprised as re I publicans and "celebrating" has been going on without much interruption. There is no further question that the state senate will be democratic. Admauloa Day Pnese Quietly. HELENA, Nov. 8.-[Spcoial.]-Admis aloe day has not been observed very gen erallyontuslde of a.. military, ball. The public paid no attention to the day. Chatau Seands Greeling. CaorAu, Nov. 8.-[Special.]-We hoist the stars and stripes am honor of the grand victory of the democrats in Mon tana and throughout the United States. JAcoB cadeH r. ramers or the constitution Meet. Hat.aN, Mont., Nov. 8.--[Ipecial.] The society of the framers of the coesti tution held its first annual session here today with a good attendance. An ele gant banquet will be served tonight. gnow stomm is Minnesota. ST. PAuL, Nov. &-A snow storm set In this afternoon in the southern part of this state and has kept up since. From three to five inches has fallen in differ ent localities. The snow extends over into Dakota and will probably be quite d heavy before morning. The Yankton, S. D., correspondent of the Pioneer Press telegraphs that paper that a heavy snow began this morning. Several Inches have already fallen and old settlers and In dians say that winter has set in and that the ground will be under snow from now till spring. COlder weather is also ex pected by them. A high wind, accom panied by snow, at Rochester, Minn., and a it bids fair to last all night. Lakefield, Albert Lea, St. James and Wilmar all report heavy snow with prospects of its lasting for some time. Some light flur ries of snow have been reported before, this season, but this is really the first snow of the season throughout Minnesota and South Dakota. It is too early to hear from any delays on railroads, none are likely for the Northern Pacific and Great Northern have all their snow plow forces which are kept busy at wor.t all winter and the track is always comparatively clear of snow. till sanowiag. OaAuA, Neb., Nov. 9, 2 a. m.-It has been snowing, for fourteen hours in north west Nebraska but there as no wind. F.eme.s' Alliance OClaims. WAasHrNaox. Nov. 8.-L. L. Polk, president of the National Farmers' Alli ance, Is ,very jubilant over the result of the elections. In the course of an Inter view he said today: "The democrats and republicans are claiming everything just now, but when they come to nift the chaff from the wheat they will and that the farmers' alliance had something to do with electing a fair proportion of good I men who will have seats in the next con greas. Up to the present time it ls a cer tainty that congress will contain 88 straight out alliance men and there are 12 or 1 more who are pledged to us. These men are from the south and north west, two sections in which most of our work was done. The alliance in Ne braska, Minnesota and Iowa Is not our organization, has not amalgamated with us, but it made the same fight, will join us this winter. Our alliance co operated with them; we will co-operate with any farmers' association, and in a httle while we will have a grip on the situation in almost every corner of the land. We are here to stay. This a great reform movement will notease un til it has impressed itself on this nation's h stqry. Financial reform is the neces sity of the hour and it must come. The press and voice of the speaker were our s only assistants. The alliance had no campaign fund, noboodle; if we had had money we would not have used it. Virtue and thn patriotism of the people are the things to appeal to. Our methods were fair and square, and the whole world could see what we. were doing. The principles on which the alliance is b foundeil are solid and correct; we must succeed. The fight was no small afair. Extremists of both parties attacked us k bitterly and gave no inch of ground, In the south it was the democrats who op. posed us. In the north, our aost vigor ous antaronlsta were the republicans." it Clifhrd Arragned for Muarder. KAsa.a OCiT, Nov. 8.-David A. Gree. ver, the wealthy cattleman who was shot Friday afternoon by Charles Clifford, the New York light weight pugilist, died from the effect ot his wound this after c noon. Clifford will be arraigned Mon day, charged with murder. The fines line ot nice Dress Goods in the country at Conrad's. r. Just received-Metropolitan lBooks for Deaepibet y i('sprl'ti.k People are still in doubt as to the outcome of the late election, but not so in regard to the place to buy Dry Goods. JOE :- CONRAD And always will lead the trade. We are determined, with a big D, to keep the best goods only, to keep the best assortment, to keep the largest quantity, to give the very lowest prices and to give our trade the best a attention. 1. N, Seasonable Goods Our store is brimful of elegant season able goods, and we are daily receiving more. Our lines of Silks, Dress Goods, Notions, Linens, Fancy Goods, Carpets, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, Ladies' Plush and Cloth Gar menis, Shawls, Wool Goods, etc., challenge the admiration of all. An Inspection Solicited. If. you are desirous of doing yourself justice in buying goods, we would extend to you a cordial invitation to call and see us. JOE -:- CONRAD O.A.-H PAID TOR Hides, Sheep Skins, Furs Tallow Eastern market prices paid for all the above. stooliRPrompt attentx .i given to all shipments made to me. Quotations iurniabed on applicata ýi Warehouse on R. R. track and Third ave. South. Offlieopposite I1. J k Park Hotel. Address Theo Gibson, Great Falls, Mont,