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Greatest of all Our Cut Sales!
Having announced to start a Great Clearance Sale we start the ball rolling with the following announcement and you will find we will keep our word and give you everything we advertise. Remember the prices we quote are for good staple and desirable goods, not goods that have been on the shelves since the year before the flood. Overcoats. Furnishing Goods. Boots and Shoes. Suits. Being overstocked in t is line of good, we ind it is only tyhe Iprice (ur min i ieet in thiis line is to redune our present very large stock, so In this line of goods we will name prices that will suit everybody, aas we Here I where we make our big drives is our elothinag. Just read the thate nmu the foilowing prices: following prices and then come to our store and see the goode for yourself. that will make them go. We will cut to the following priees: are anxious to give up this line to make room for our other goods. Grey and White Knit......... $ .60 Former Price $1.00 Good Durable Suit.................$4.00 Former Price $7.50 Black Dog,.............................. $8.50 Former Price $11.00 Heavy Ribbed......................... 1.00 " 1.75 R ubb er Shoes. Fancy Cassimere......................... 00 " 8.50 Grey Dog,................................ 9.00 14.00 W hite Knit. Heavy ..................... 1.50 2.50 Small Plaid............................... 6 00 10 00 Canvas, Fur Lined,..................... 12.00 " 18.00 Natural Grey Wool ... 2.00 " 3.00 High Monitors.......................$1.75 Former Price $2.50 Sootoh Tweed........................... 7.00 " 12.00 Chinchilla, Fur Collar and Cuffs.... 12.50 " (00 Red and Blue Flannel...... 2.00 " 3.50 Solid Heel Lumbermans .............. 1.30 " 2,00 Grey Corduroy............................ 8.00 " 12.50 Natural Hair Seal,......................30,00 " 45 00 Mackinal Shirts................... .. 75 " 3.00 Arctic Overshoes......................... 125 " 1.7615 Blue Melton............................... 10.00 " 16 00 ----------We sak an Inspection filo on and all and think it will pay yoa to come and see us before Buying your Gools. Remember the Name and Place ONE PRICE CENTRAL AVENUE SQUARE DEALING. HARRIS HE CLOTHILER GREAT - - FALLS. THE HOSTILES SURRENDER, Chiefs Have a Pow-wow with General Miles and Capitulate on his Terms. Is ti THEY AGREE TO GIVE UP THEIR ARMS, i The Surrender of the Slayer of Lieut. s Casey Demanded and Promised. a A Midnight Report that Some of the Young Bucks are Again Dancing. PmIE RrlIe AoescY,S. )., Jan. 14 - This morning Little Hawk, (Crow Dog and Old Calico came in from the hostiles camp to talk with Gen. Miles utder escort of Young-Man.Afraid-of-hls horses. Other chiefs are expected. This council, which I. now (1:80 p. m) in sea sion is progressing oe tiafactorialy. Col. Corbin assistant adjutant general, an nouned that the chie.s have assented to surrender of arms anl that the latter will probably be broaught in tonight or tomor. row and be tagged its referred to yester day In these dispatches. PIuNE RIDb AGSNY, S. D. J.an. 14. The second delegation of hostile chiefs arrived from camp. They had a big talk with Gen. Miles. The same subjects were considered as in the morning ses sion. It was decided the Indians would surrender their arms to their respective I chiefs, and that the arms wolld be turned over to Agent Pierre. Gen. Miles demanded the enrrender of the slayer of Lieutenant Casey and the chiets promised to nscede to the demand. At midnight everything is quiet in the hostile camp, though the scouts say some of the young bucks are indulging in the dance. IUE WANTS DAMIAGES. The Ex-Premler of Manitobsa 5ued for $100 000 for Breah of Promiss. CarcAsso, Jan. 14.-Robert Davis, ex premier of Manitoba, was sued today for $100,000 damages for a breach of promise of marriage. The complainant is Mrs. Matilda Burns, a former domestic in the household of Davis in Winuipeg, and now the wife of a hotelkeeper near St. Paul. She alleges that Davia, after fail ing to keep his protmise, left Winnipeg with her child. Davis is at present in the real estate business .I Chicago and Is said to be very wealthy. A Card of Thanks. As I am called east for a short time, I must t.iank the citizens of Great Fall and vicinity for past patronage and trust they will all 'all and see me on my return. I leave Mr. J. 1t Johnson, one of our best citizens, in charge of my office and he will be pleeased to wait on all customers and will sell property cheap as I have ol past veers. Prtoperty listed with J. H. Johnson during mvabsence will be sent to me at once our sale in the east. le spectfcully, W. T. Houvsros. A Ssie, a Red Hot Mse. Having bought au immense lice of Ladies' Muslin Underwear for 50cts on the dollar, we will offer the entire lot at less than wholesale prices. We knew tlat it Is alittleoutof season for these gonoda but it will pay you to buy them now and save 50 per cent. They are all bright, now goods. Comne early and secure some of thles. goods while they last. New York Cash Bazaar. Terms strictly cash. Lethbridge Coal. Duling this cold weather remember that the Goodrich Lumber company are agents tor the Lethbridge Coal and con stantly keep on hiand a full supply. Telephone 125 or 14 or 90. We will save you 25 per cent on Plush Closis - New Y',ork Cash Bazaar. I.dtes, Take Notice. You can buy the New York dhoe Co.'s Shoes--every par warranted-only at the New York Cash htezaar. It is surprising the low prices they have on Mu ilin Underwear at the New Youl Cash t:h.tr. We tarry a ftll line of Dr. Warner's (alkm-i. at learoh The fi. ite i" l.nf ti ion misset Shoes in tlh . ciutrv ai .I, ' onrail. V'.e are the exclun.ive agenllt for the White newiug Mlachine. strain Brin. IP Shwos for ladies at it rain liros -gi g gSd Store. You will at, d u ,,nllrte stiock of gga__stsd E..s N noel., Toyn unil .as-sLeply bil'k. sale at r ·:,:~^·~-·-p~"·;·/o SPRAY OF THE FALLS. The mercury is falling. John Sinclair returned from Helena yesterday. Mr. John J. Carter, of Helena, is in the city on business. The atmosphere had more winter in it last night toan for many days past. Howard Calm was a passenger on the train from Helena yesterday. For Rent-Two six roosin bouss on the motor lhone. Inquire of B. Harris. Oats from Sun River. Any amount at reasonable figures. Inquire at the Iarn srable. L. E. Johnson. division superintendent of the Montana Oentral, went outto Mon arch yesterday. Guard against any pnaible injury hi insuring In the Accldent Insaura:ns Co. Phil Gibson, Agent. A marriage license was yesterday is sued to .h.hn McNsmaran and seiiriine Foss, both of Sand Coulee. A special gospel meeting will tbe hei at the Presbvterian church Friday eiven ing. All denominations are cordially in vited to participate. A gentleman called at the Tum'insIn: office last night and wanted to know in 1 what year Jim Fisk was killed. Can any one inform his.? The Knights of I'ytias meet in the Masonic ball this evening !or the i.ltal. latlon of officers. A full attenldal-nce of members especially requested. Ifose Company No. 2. bas eler'cd lhe the following offices for the ensuine year: Foreman, Silas White; aosis¶tant l.Iltr l, Frank Gees; secretaTry and trIesurer, E. t,. (ro--hite. There will be a meeting of the ltaln bow Club on Saturday evening, Jan. 17, at 8 p. m. All members are requesrted to be present as important business wil be transacted. F. F. Suira, see. William Morgan has filed rnotice o,' placer claim c.n an island in the Missouri river situated in sections 5 and 6, town ship 20 north, range 4 east, and known a b Black Eagle island. An interesting meeting of the W. (. T U. was held yesterday afternoon at the Y. M.U.A. rooms. "Parliamentary Usage" was the subject of discussion and it wis intelligently handled by the ladies. A. T. Kellison has sold ten acres of of land to William J. Ludwig for $400. It is situated in the south-west quarter of the north-west quarter of section 20, township 21 north, range 4 east. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Cascade Bank (incorporated) of Great Falls, Mont., will be held Saturday, January 24, 1891 at their atoking house in Great Fails, Mont., at 3:80 p. m. Vaughn, Hughes & Co. have a first-class feed store in the Arvon block. They keep constantly on hand the first qualiby of flour, buckwheat, graham, rye flour, cracked wheat, corn meal, etc. Give them a trial. The Troy steam laundry opened up for tusiness yesterday. with E. A. Plnnv as proprietor. It Is located in the old elec tric light building on Second avenue South and is thoroughly equipped in every respect. The watchfulness of the police oficers has been such during the past few weeks that no more is heard of the festive gar roter or the frisky sand-bagger; and a sense of quiet and security pervades all the precincts of this progressive and prosperous principality. SI. it. tiarey ofa Neihart has shll to W. J. Kenuedy and E. it. Cliuran all his irl wcrest in the Caar-ade and Yankee quartz rIdes, situated 1200 feet west of the May & Ednus; also all his interest in the Deer and Lck lodes located at the head of Spring Coulee for $5,000. Ihe Methodist sociable erroneously. an; nounced in the Leader to take plue list evening will bn given this (Thuirday) evening at the home of Mr. anrI Mris. Prince, corner Sixth avenue urnl 4ve- h street north. A r'r 1nl invie , l tended t. the pull i . The regular meetiur rf hrhhIa Pst No. 18, G. A. It., till ie held at , lju ,,t hall at 7:30 p. m. shal rp, rid ry .I ni. ]1l The officers for rle renruing ye.ir rill Ibe installed at thi lielrring. All Iid sol diers, whethlir iIn m,.InIr.- f thIe (; A. II ,or not, are e.0 ,- ti i- t- i , preent, Janes A. Carri..r iand JoIe Peeper 1r. carted lat .1'on .:ir , as L placer claim, the island (olntriniri. lretween thirty alnd forty iaree-. +viI llrn tile big bend of the MieroI ri ltiV .s , r rrnrsle this city. It is claimel), inst rild ican r ie found on this isalald i Il uvlrng quanitities. The locators think 1th- hare struck a bonauzo and will ,llllall~te rloperattlor s'at once. Mil·, Inlrie WlIrlace and Mr. Charles Beebe lrre tir lie imarried this evening at ho re.ai~en 'e ,t the Hee. Mr. Reed. After tiler crertmony invited guests will repair to the Merchant5 retaurantwhere a firne supper will await them. Miss Wall -- i. the idauthter of Will al i `i r r!..- tin g, r ri. to rn' it (trt lia i r. Ileerbe " in Iei!riye act tht th-,ni . Montana emelter. BUY LOTS IN NORTH GREAT It o.era the EUTIFUI, 'LA'EAIU overlooking the THE SITE OF IMMENSE 'AOTORIES. AN IM MIENE DAM MiING BUILT. f- l LAhCK E&ALE FALLS, where the CHOIICEST I(ESiDE NCEI " ,. and BUSINESS LOTS may. for a limited timeu, be purebased for loathan HALF TIlE I'RI(FE or utherr property .ot s( ll w1 To- h ,n IBOTO D.. MONTANA. o ....... c-thd. Price only $100 to..35.)f 5feet frot. Terms asy The BOSTON, & MONT.N. (l('1, have oted Mitsoo3i Rrvr tbore oi,. ,. Nend for lapa and other ilforma ion tos nMBM NO TH ORET FLL a the sit NoIfM LE FA fridll FA.L LS.$ of. ý E.UTAT STORIE which will furnibh Constari fornt undndeofRIIUd 0l AT and Vhe oo oA MWF J. O Gregg, 826 Sixth Ave. N Great Falls R T FL nd ioiN hN S in in t SNTPECIAL TNDSTO Sixty days more will 'arry us well from a inter into the lap of spring. IHail the I day and the beginning of a speedier and Letter progre.na fa Great Falls than she t his seen (evn in the year just past. Ilenrv Lambert, an old-time Montana irolspector, located yesterday a wharfage hlaim, whatever that may he, from the fioot of Tllird street running 500 feet front ilong the water front if liroadwater bay; alas the island mid(lay ,between the dam aId Ilwer smelter as a -tone quarry. An old-:ime placer miner, who has ben in town iooking for a winter'. job for bione days past, intorIned a friend the :thier all that he had the chlice of two .'l.rkshilfi--oue as clerk te o some stone naonsr (Icarryilng the hd), the othler as clerk in .a lchine shop (roustabout). A pleasant sociable -'!:l be given this evening ! y the ladies of the M. E.church at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Prince, iorner Sixth avenue North and Seventh street. Everybody is cordlally welcomed. An interesting programme and some light refreshlments will help to beguile ithi evening. 'lThei stockholders of the Merchants Na tiu nail bank held a meeting Tuesday after InoI for the purpose of electing officers nod directors. The old officers were re ele'ted and two members added to the ,aurd--l r. A. F. Longeway and C. II. Austin. 'TPle report of Cashier Wells was very atlisfactory. Arrivals at the Milwaukee house: Wm. )5 Puupliff, Brooklyn, N Y; Jno J Carter. Helena; P Peterson, Barker; John Palm er, Lewistown; I Grrey, LUtica; C I) Smith, liver Falls, Wis; W I) Burch, Cascade; .1 B Winlefule, Louisville, Ky; David C(ralg, Truly; ) W Walker, Nei hart; II M Payne, Monarch. 'The auction sale of unredeemed plteies will chlme Saturday night. If you want ia gold air silver watch, gold ring, pin or any article, attend the sate this evening. Silver Iplated knives, torks, and spoons are selling for 50c on the dltlar Ladies can purchase go(md dur incS the lay at retail. t. B IIEPNIr, NO. 8, Stecouid street. 'There is a goodly proportion of sports 'omprnied in the population of Great Fiall, and just now they are taking a goodl dlea of interest in tihe glove contest to occur at the Park theatre Friday night next. It seems to be the general opinion amonug the sporting fraternity that the match will not be a hippodrome, but will be "for blood." 'Th following are at the Park: A C Miller, Auriora, la; ,oe Hirshberg, Ben tont; W C Hervey. Jas H bpafford, Chi cago; C B Tale, St j'Pul; E E Leech, Du ptiyer; O G Cooper, Choteau; S Braden, Helena; A W Forbes, Barker; ii M Ray ondl, Nelhart; E . Morison, Philbrook; I) (' Lincoln, Barker; George C Shaw, . ' I IHanon, !lelena. ('ýtimplaint was filed yesterday in the district court by John let lney and others to obtain ian injunction against the Butte & a liontrana Co.mlercisl company to re strain tiiem frlomn cutting any timber trom the Limeln Stone Placer muing claimes owned by the plaintiff. The damages are placed at $1,500 and the case will le tried at the coming term lo tourrt. (C.)tper & Piggott art tse attor neys for thle plaintiff. An Associated Press dispatch to ther Tl'llauC e from Helena, dated Jan. 12, stated liat D)lniel lanly & Co., cumntii si,.on ierlihants of that city, Ilail llde an ol tisiInmeL for thle benefit of their credi tors, with liabilities placed at $6i,000; assets, $S0,(000. These ligures are erlote ouo. Mr. John J. Curter, ia meitber of the firmn, called at tile TaiuansE office yesterdai) and stated that the liabiltties were .5,.lO: I(ndi assetis $4:,,0l). The ll ii'r e ti , i llltII hlve bIeenll l d in s' l ii a 'I ii t it ri c nu o.o that lhpy e' I pect toi resume ul.itess again tiis week. I ir. .repli'en, oif the census bureau at ri W hinogrtni, is i the city, hie is now Senglged i tilig thile ilinsa census. In cmnertatiion l.st evening Mr. Stephens stalled thalt teeP were 8:20 Cree Indians 1nd 1,185 haillf breeds at the Turtle I Mountain reservation. At the Belknap gt'ey ther,- are 1,722 Arsinnitmine and hGrt Ventris. tHe thinks the trouble at I'ein Itlce is not yet ovr, and would not i' ' , I ,-- to eni n of lie troops in that Slion becomllling thle victim. iof some In dlin treachery. "Indians are very trealh er.-os iv nature," said Mr. S., "and tile Iinveiienit of the hortiles at Pine Ridge have sl)methling more in them than ap pears on the surface." 1. W\. I)nllkwoIit who was arrested In (creot Falls the oither day and taken to Biotte ico charge cl attempting to leave tle state snd thereby defrauding his creditors, hlis been released from curtody on a cansh bond. It is likely to cost Cluett, the man who caused his arrest a snug little sum of money before he gets throuh with it. As stated before in the T aiune a. Duckworth borrowed $40 from I'luett and gyve lnt ais gold atchi as se curity for the diebt. According to the s.atutes I'luett i ILabile for tile arrest and will lie required to pay the expenses of the arrest, the railrond flir and i the trli oner'a board at the rate of 41:30 a th do as long as he Is is carcerated. Black who, Swias arrested and taken to) Ititte with ," Ile U, uu: a fina I hsitn, 1 want every baby's picture in Great Falls, and this is the way I am going to get them. On every Monday from Jan uary 18 to February 17, I will make baby photos free, charging you nothing for your baby's photograph. Ladies will please avail themselves of this grand op portunity and come and be convinced that this is not a frand and that I will . nctually give you the finest photograph 1 mgde in Great Falls. Everybody cor dially invited to visit my photo parlors I in the Luther block on Second street and see the display Of artistic. photographs whichl I have taken. Respectfully, C. W. B;ler, photographer. The meeting of the steckholders of the North Montana Fair Association will be held in the office of Tod & Kelly, on Saturday. January 17th, at 8 p. m., for the election of officers for the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. J. STEWART TOD,Secretary. Lethbridge Coal. During this cold weather remember that the Goodrich Lumber conpany are agents for the Lethbridge Coal and con. stantly keep on hand a full supply. Telephone 125 or 14 or 90. Ladies' Misses' and Children's Cloaks less than cost at the New York Cash Ba zaar. Rooms for Rent. The rooms in the Gore block are now ready. They are all nicely furnislehed and are provided with plenty of heat and light. A bath room is also provided for the use of guests. Prices reasonable. Mrs. C. WiLsoN, prop'r. Mrs. WRITE, manager. THE CASH SYSTEIM. As an Evidenae of the Cash System We Wilt Sell You Montana's best Patent flour per sck.$2 80 Dakota's best Patent flour per sck. 3 25 Dakota's best Patent flour per 4sck 1 65 - Plsbury's best Pat. flour per asck 1 80 Pillabury's best Pat. flour per asrk ... 3 50 Choice New Yotk buckwheat flour 19 lbafor................. ... ... 1 00 SIleaker's self-rising buckwheat a flour 5 lbs for... ............. 35 Best coal oil measured out, per gal. 20 Choice cured hams, per lb......... 11t Choice cured breakfast bacon,per lb 10!, e Case eggs, per doz.................. 3 SOcasE. J. peas for.............. 1 00 7 cans extra marrowfat peas for.... 1 00 8 cans 3-lb tomatoes for........... 1 00 8 cans 2-lb corn for............ 1 00 8 cans string beans for............ 1 00 Scans Lima beans for............. 1 00 12 Ibs rice for............. ...... 1 00 4 lbs roasted Rio coffee for........ 1 00 12 lbs granulated sugar tor........ 1 00 14 hbs brown sugar for............ 1 00 11 tbs cut loaf sugar for........... 1 00 10 Ibs pulverized sugar for........ 1 00 S Other goods in proportion. Mcnu'Hr, MACIAY~ & CO., Groceries and luardware. All Silk ltibbons--Nos. 5 to 9-at 10 c cents.-New Yotk Cash Bazaar. Lethbride Coanl. t During this cold weather remember - that, the Goodrich Lumber company are agents for the Lethbridge Coal and con stantly keep on hand a full supply. Telephone 125 or 14 or 90. IDean Coat. I have on hand the above coal and wood and will deliver toyou In any quan tities. Orders left with my agent at UIbbons' harness shop, Central avenue, or at the Great Falls Stables will receive proar pt attention. Price $5 a ton. G. BOOMEtn, Proprietor. Notice is hereby given that I will not be responsible for any debts contracted for by my sons or my wife, Mrs. Jonathan Goon. JONATIIAN OON. Come in and see our line of 50l Dress Goods. Joe Conrad. CASCADE BANK -oF GREAT FALLS, MONT. Lomnaarorated under the laws of Montana Auril a. 1889. S. E. ATKINSON, - President JACOB SWITZER, - Vice-President '. P. ATKINSON, - Cashier DIRECTORS : 1,. E. ATxINSON, F. P. ATaINsoN, PETER LAESON, JOHN J. Et.as, A General Banking Blsiness Tratscld. Intereat allowed on time deposits. JUST A SAMPLE of the way we do business when we have a surplus of goods which we now have in Overshoes, Cloaks, Dry Gonds and in fact all through the line we must reduce the stock before taking inventory. On Monday, January 5, we will inaugurate one of the greatest clearance sales ever heard of In northern Montana. In the past we have been more than Simply Holding Our Own. We are a lap ahead and will continue O to keep ahead in Staple and Fancy Dry SGoods. As in the past, you will always Sfind our goods marked in plain flgures so that a child can buy as cheap as a man. O Thanking you kindly for past favors and O soliciling a share of your patronage In o the future, wishing you a Happy New O Year, I am yours, anxiousto please, o R. D. BECKON, Prop. O New York Cash Bazaar. O Terms Strictly Cash. GREAT -BARGAINS -IN Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Sterlin Silver, Clocks. H. RINGWALD, JEWELER: 124 Central Ave., Great Falls. The largetsttoek to select from at the lowest prices. All goodawarrante . One Hundred Lots for aSb in T. Gahagan, WILLARD. RE E :a: Situated at the Narrow Gauge DEpot and Stock Yards. After January 1st an advance in price of 25 per cent will be made. Buy quick and take advantage of low prices and first ohoioe. oirner ota on tbe .otor line =3m '25EC~RiB.A.LT ' $14850r21,. Acrs.property in alJ meations T. GA AIGAX, Age.t, - 7 G.reat Vals. ae*** **** FALL, 1890.-- Furniture- and - Carpets ! Our tall stoock excels anything ever shown here. Goods are coming in and going out so fast that we cannot make special mention. Call and see for yourselh. We can please everybody with our large selection. We maintain our reputa tion for low prices. Respectfully WM. ALBRECHT SCentral Avenue, - - Great Falls. The Great Falls Lime and Fluxing Company will furnish to builders, con tractors and others SUPERIOR LIME in any quantity that may be desired. Parties wishing our lime should eal or address their orders to W. HORSFORD, Spt., Palace Saloon, Great Falls. Riverside Addition,. Adioining the new Boston Montana Smelter ground, below the immense dam, near the Montana Silver Smelter, above Giant Spring. A Hotel, Store an4 residences; also Lumber and Fuel yards already on the ground and other buildings contracted for This is the cheapest and best investment in vioinity of Great Falls. Lots from $150 to $300. Part cash and balance on time. For particulars call on or address G. W, LEARY, Room 19; Dunn Block, Great Falls. St Asar & Lamil., I T. H. KlIschalit, Truss, Room 18, Baily bik, Helbu-. I Helena, Mont. Ho. OLARK, THE HOFFIAI Wh"hinlleandreliuodra --A The Choicest Brands of Whis kies, Wines and Cigars CIGARS & TOBACCO always in Stock. smoKnRS' ARTIOLES. FINE LIQUORS FOR FAMILY USE _8peal attention gen to family rade. BOTJ LU TSADB A BPOPIWYl. S-a.oradewil reoese prompt .ttenoM . Tnsu & Smith, Prlp'r, hn Blsok, FiRt Aon SiEh. GnULT n.Sa.