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VOL. 2. No. 2. GIREAT FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNIN4. MAY 2, 1889. FIVE CENTS. SECRET SOCIETIES. ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER NO. 8. Regular convocations of Great Falls Chapter No. 8, R. A. 3., are held at Masonic Hall on the First and Third Tuesday of every month at P.M. So journing companions welcomed. J. A. CARIER, H. P. A. JENSEN, Sec. A. F. & A. H. Stated communications of Cascade Lodge, No. 1, will be held on the sec ond and fourth Saturday evenings of t t each month. Visiting brethren are cordially welcomed. W. I. HICKORY, W. M. W. P. DBACLEY. Sec'y. I. , O. . T." Stated meetings of the Star of Hope Lodge No. 8s, L.0. . T. will be held on each Thuroday evening at o'clock In the Presbyterian church. Visiting members are cor J. A. AOLLINS, C. T. J. A. HAcas.nAw, Sec'y. A. 0. U. IV. Great Falls Lodge, No. 33. meets everPMouday evening at 7.30 o'clctk, " hi thelr ail on Central avenue. Visit ingbrethren are cordially invited to' attend. CHAS. WEGNER, M. W. ALEx. C. Lux, Recorder. G. A. R. Sheridan Post, No. 17, meets the 1st and 3d Frt day of each month In Masonic hall. All visit log members ordially in vIted. Byporder of Com mander. F. (DEO. HELD. At. BUSINESS CARDS. C. H. BENTON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Room 11, Dunn block, Great Falls, Mont. 800. W. TAYLOR. JA. P. LEWIS TAYLOR & LEWIS, A.TTORNEYS AT LAW ND NOTARIES PUBLIC. Special attention given to real estate and land entries. Office Central Block, Central avenue. Great Falls, liontana. THOS. E. BRADY, A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Room No. 1, over Bach, Cory & Co.'s store, (reat Falls, Montana. SANDERS, CULLEN & SANDERS, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW, Main street. Helena. H. P. COLYE, TTORNEY AT LAW. 7WIIL PRACTICE In the higher Courts. Special attention given to Land business. omce, just north of Minot Block, Great Falls. DR. J. L. WVEITMAN. P HYSICIAN AND SURGEON,. Luther Block, Great Falls, Mont, DR. H. P. GORDON, P HYSICIAN AND SURGEON, _ (Late of Edinburgh, Scotland.) Ollice-Roons No. 3, Dunn Block, Central avenue, Great Falls. A. F. LONGEWAY, P HYSICIAN AND SURGEON, GREAT FALLS, Montana. Late House Surgeon to the Montreal Western Hospital and Attending Physlcian to the Montreal Dispensary. DR. E. CRUTCHER, URGERY AND DISEASES OF1 W OMEN: SURGEON Msr Montana Central Railroad, Great Falls. Montana. OFFICE-Dunn Building, Central Avenue. R. A. TAIT, D ENTIST: GREAT FALLS, M. T. OFFICE: Collins Building, up stairs, Central avenue. J. K. CARSKADDON, ENTIST: ALL KINDS OF WORK Carefully attended to. OFFICE-.Lutheran Block, near the Post Office on First street. F. M. MORGAN, A RCHITECT a SUPERIINTEND ENT: PLANS, Specifications and Estimates given at i short notice. OFFICE - - - - Next door to Post Office. W~ILLIAM E. KERN, ( IVIL ENGINEER: SURVEYS Of Ranches, Ditches, Bridges Canals, Water Supply, Sewerag , Irrigation, lans,. Estimates, Specifications, Superlntendences, Mining, Tun nels, Etc.. Laying out of Townsites. Orics--South side Centrsal avenue, between 2d and lid streets, Collins Block, Great Falls, Mont. HOTELS. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, C ORNER MAIN ANDBRIDGE STS., HELENA, Montana. MARCUS LISSNER, Owner and Proprietor. One of the best Hotels in Helena for Business Men, Commercial Travelers, Agents, etc. OCen trailly located and most economical in prices. d1l PALACE HOTEL, ANACONDA, MONTANA. New and elegant. Mrs. P. F. Stephens, Proprietor. First-class bath rooms. Cuisine not surpassed in the Territory. To a thoroughly competent holel manll a one half interest will be sold at ex act cost. dib JbWN C. PAULSEN. NL. ) M'coM J[. PAULSEN & McCONNELL, ARCHITECTS, HELENA, - - - MONTANA. Attend strictly to Architectural Work. Plans and specifications drawn. Work supervised. ATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN ALL WORK FRANK 800OTTEN. GEO. H. STANTON Scotten & Stanton, CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS. Surveying of all classes. Ranches, Ditches, Townsites, CityLots. etc. Draughtig and Blue Printing. Locating settlers on Governmnent Lands a specialty. 'ilee. Dunn Block. Great Fall Mont. MRS. M. CROCKER, PROPRIETRE88 Germania Hotel, Formerly occupied by Phil Gerloch Central ave nue, Great Falls, M. T. Elegant Tables. Choicest Wines and Liquors at the Bar. JOHN BURKE, PIROIPRIr'ro CASCADE HOTEL, ,Comfortable rooms and excellent table. Popuhlir prices. First avenue South, between Third and Fourth Streets. No bar. Centrally located. ,IR EAT FALLS. MONTANA. PERSONAL COLUMN. Under this eaptlon notices of ';Wanted," "To Let," "For Sale," "Lost," "Found," " ersonaL" etec willbe Inserted at the rate of ONE CENT PER WORD for each inser tlon; but none less than 911 cents. For Sale. IMPROVED AND UNINPROVED property. Good I investments. JAsrs LAWLER. Man Wanted. EOR general work in store. Good references re quired. Address or call on J. W. McKnight, Post Trader, Fort Shaw, Montana. Wanted ! A GIRL for general work at the Germania, Cen tral avenue. Houses to Rent. ELEGANTLY FURNISHED inallparts of the city. JAxass LAWLmE Wanted! Spurchaser for one of the best claims neart Great Falls-well Improved. Enquire at the LrADR Hay Ranches for iSale WITHIN three miles of Great Falls-well fenced. H Enquire of Gibson & Renner. Two Good Ranches for Sole ! WITHIN three miles of Great Falls. Both are under fence, cultivation and otherwise Im proved. For further informatlion Inqulre of Jos. Hamilton, or Gibson & Renner's real estate offce. For Rent. F URNISHED ROOMS at moderate charges. By the week or month. Mrs. Jss. LAWLEH. Wanted, STOuy a number of young pigs. Inquire at this FOR SALE. Fine hand painted Eastern cards for saleby W. P. SBta0aLn. For Sale, A SCHOLARSHIP In the Montana Business Col legel Enquire at the LEADER office. ma employed during the day s anxous to et booksto wrlteup evenings. Apply at this Wanted, GOOD GIRL to do general housework. No oth ers need apply. Inquire at the LEADER office. WANTED. Ssituation as cook or housekeeper n a private family by a middle-aged woman. Enquire at this ofmice. Land Blanks. Pre-emptlon, Homestead, Timber Culture and other blanks, for sale atthe LEADER office at reasonable rates. Ranchmen and All Others Remember that Hubert Chandler will furnish Sou with reliable help at any time. Helena Employment Office, Helena, Montana. Notice. Any persons wantlnghorses brought In from the I range can obtain them byleaving brands and description for Fred Thurston at the postoffiee. To Rent. INE nine room house with all modern conven U lences, suitable for roomers. JAMYS LAWLER, tf Or HANsS& ATxINsoN. For Sale. SSCHOLARSHIP for a full Business Course in the Helena Commercial College for sale at the Wanted. A man that don'ttake any of his home papers be cause there's "nothin' in 'em,' wholavishes his money onforeign literature, howls against town slite companies and home enterprise In general, complalns of hard times, and admits that he's a poor devil,-to run rafts on Salt River! Enquire at this office. Good inducements to right party. Notice. Exalna.tlon of teachers and those desiring to teach, will beheld In Grammar School Building, Great Falls, May4, 18.i. BESSIE FORD, County Supt. Cascade County. Fresh Milch Cows for Sale ! Just arrived, FORTY HEAD OF FRESH MILCH COWS with calves. Good family cows Call at Charles Remp's corrall, near Dunlap & Mtchell's. iaprlt F.H. BROWN. For Sale, FOR less than the cost of lmprovements, a pat Sented ranch of 180 acres, well Improved and well watered, commanding a splendid range for stock. CHOWEN & BURGHARDT. March 2, 1889. ti Sheep. Nine thousand first-class Ewes for sale; also uumber of improved ranches. Those desiring sheep can do no better than to call on J.T. ARtMINGTON, kaprrw Belt, Mont. JOHN FRENCH, SURVEYOR AND CIVIL ENGINEER. OFFICE: Boom L, Third floor, over First National Bank. C. W. COLE, Mover of Light Freight& Baggage Orders promptly attended to. Prices reasonable. OPEN AGAI! LYALL'S BAKERY aving been closed on account of Mr. Lyall's illness, his partner, Mr. Fred Stevens, will at tend ito the public wants until Mr. Lyall is able to be athis post again. COME ONE, COME ALL And Partake of the Good Things Prepared for You, KIBBEY IHOTELL --AND- RESTAURANT. Daniel JMcTyere, Prop. The best of accommodations for the traveling public. Bar supplied with the best brands of Cigars. Terms, reasonable. HELENA GtRAND CENTRAL HOTEL. REED & RINDA, Proorietors. The Leading Hotel in the Territory. Head quarters for all Traveling Men and Leading Business Men. Fine Sample Rooms Connected. Republicans in Convention. Charles M. Webster and Harry W. Childs Nominated. Everything Gay, Harmonious and Unanimous. The republican convention was prompt ly called to orderyesterday atfouro'clock p. m. by C. M. Webster, chairman of the central committee. A large body of flune looking republicans were in the house while a sulphurous odor from the stair way indicated that some of the demo cratic brethren were on their way to the hall to see a convention select a ticket which was not all cut and dried before hand. W. C. Lee was elected temporary chair man, who accepted the office in a brief and telling speech. A. E. Dickerman was elected secretary. On motion the chair appointed J. K. Castner, Winm. Winters, James Johnston, B. H. Powers and Judge Race committee on credentials. Delos H. Chowen was elected to represent Upper Sand Coulee. A. E. r(lewes was elected to represent Soldier Creek and Mr. Evans to repre sent Deep Creek. The committee on credentials reported the following as delegates: GREAT FALLS: First Ward-J. H. Fair field, A. E. Dickerman, Ben Lapeyre, J. HI. McKnight, R. R. Hotchkiss. Second Ward-W. J. Winters, W. H. Race, Joe. Ilunns. Third Ward-T. J. Reed, J. C. John son, John Clinton. Fourth Ward-C. P. Downing, B. H. Powers. UPPER SAND COULEE-Chas Lochray, Sam Dean. SMELTER-C. G. Griffith. GREAT FALLS TOWNsmBHIP-WIll Hanks, H. P. Rolfe. LowER BELT-J. K. Castner. UPPER BELT-Jas C. Wells. KIBBEY-W. C. Lee. GOlaAI--C. H. Austin, Alvin Hodson. LowER SAND COULEE-Del Chowen. TRULY-Henry Evans. SOLDIER CREEK-Arthur Clewes. On motion the report was adopted and the officers of the temporary organization were made permanent. An informal ballot showed the follow ing results: C. M. Webster, 23 votes; H. W. Childs, 10 votes; J. T. Armington, 5; E. R. Cin gan, 3; C. H. Benton, 2; George Mulloy,4. On motion Charles M. Webster was de clared the unanimous choice of the con vention for first delegate. A formal ballot then resulted for H.W. Childs, 15 votes; J.T. Armington, 4; Geo. M[ ulloy, 5. On motion H. W. Childs was declared the unanimous choice of the convention. A committee was then sent to bring Mr. Webster into the hall. Onhisarrival he was greeted with a round of applause and made an eloquent though short speech which was loudly applauded. Mr. Griffith announced that H. W. Childs was in Helena and could not be present. Judge Race, H. P. Rolfe, C. D. Griffith, Dr. Reed, Charles Lochray and E. R. Clingan being called for made brief but telling speeches showing that the repub licans of Cascade county meant business. The convention then adjourned. The feeling over the nominattons is that the nominees will be elected. The Democratic Slate. The democratic ratification of the slate meeting Tuesday afternoon was a great contrast to the republican convention. The delegates came to the former with their speeches all prepared knowing that the ticket was all cut and dried and that the fiat of the bosses had gone forth. They accepted the situation meekly like little men and put up Paris Gibson and T. E. Collins for the slaughter. It is supposed they will draw lots to see who will be the martyr. Its Real Flag. The handbill, true to its foreign in stincts, had the audacity to refuse its compositors a holiday on the national centennial. Like its British accomplices across the big pond, it has no use for cen tennial holidays or anything else remind ing them of the rebuke administered to tyranny and despotism by our patriotic sires. Its real flag is St. George's cross surmounted with the papal tiara. The Speclal Features Of The Youth's Companion for the com ing year include six serial stories and one hundred and fifty short stories, fully il lustrated. Also tales of adventure, il lustrated sketches of travel, humorous articles, scientific and historical articles, household articles, one thousand anec dotes, timely editorials on the leading questions of the day, and a whole page each week for little ones. The Com panion has won a place in the home life obtained by no other paper, and is read every week in nearly half a million fam ilies. With its double holiday numbers at Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's and Easter, its weekly illustrated supple ments, its fine paper and beautiful pic tures, no other weekly literary paper can approach it in value. It is really a $2.50 paper for $1.75 a year. Every subscriber receives the supplements and double hol iday numbers, and the annual premium list with 500 illustrations. Address, The Youth's Companion, Boston, Mass. tf The Leader Job Oi5ce. We have lately added a lot of new type to the LEADEn's jobbing department and are now prepared to do all kinds of job printing, from a mammoth poster to a calling card. Our stock of letterheads, noteheads, statements, billheads, and fine card board, is unexcelled for quality in Montana. Give the LEADEn office a call and be convinced. Prices reasonable. ti A STUPENDOUS DEAL! THE MANITOBA JOINS HANDS WITH THE CANADIAN PA CIFIC RAILwAR, To Checkmate the A*reesive and Masterly Activity of the Northern Paefie. Greatest Latbor Demooistsatto Ever Made NEW Yona, May l-At least 100,000 men belonging to thq various trade or ganizations of the city joined in the line of march of the great` industrial parade here today. Never befogin the history of the nation has j 4 ;clO rsu labor demonstration as- this been organized and, as it i estimated that only seven or eight thousand med in the line can pass any given point within an hour, the Indi cations are that it will be late into the night before the parade will begin to disperse. Following the historical section of the German display is Washington's carriage with life size wax figures representing George and Martha Washington in the act of gazing at the people from either window of the equipage. The carriage is escorted by German Knights on horse back representing the body of men sent to this country by Frederick the Great for the purpose of presenting a sword to Gen'l Washington. The trade exhibits along the line are superbly mounted and displayed and of ford a wondrose revelation of the pro greas made in recent years in all the great national mechanical and indus trial arts. The Irish American societies have con tributed a contingeit of 15,000 men tothe monster aggregation and the Ancient Order of Hibernians has 10,000 of its members in line, the most of them in uniform. No less than 6,000 firemen carrying with them various apparatus il lustrative of the growth of that depart ment and the superiority of the modern methods employed for the suppression of fires, are in line. An interesting feature in the brilliant parade is the educational division, com posed of 6,000 boys from the public schools, who advance with regularity and precision, putting many of the semi-mili tary organizations into the shade and evoking the most tumultuous plaudits. Great MauLioba Comblsatlem. OrrAwA, Ont., May 1.-The Canadian Pacific and St. Paul, Minneapolls & Man itoba are about to form a strong combi nation. James J. Hill, of the latter road, will go into the directory of the Cana dian Pacific at a meeting to be held next week, while Sir George Stephens and Sir Donald Smith will become directors of the St. Paul, M. & M. road. Western business will go to Vancouver, B. C., via Winnipeg, while east boundbusiness will be handled via Sault St. Marie. This ar rangement Is being negotiated as the re sult of the aggressive policy of the Northern Pacific. Seeretary DIalsne all Right. NEw Yoka, May 1.-Walker Blaine says there is not a word of truth in the report given currency somehow that Sec'y Blaine suffered a paralytic stroke at his home in Washington yesterday. Washington Unalverslty. WASHINGTON, May 1.-The divinity building of the Washington University, Is declared ready by the contractors and was throwed open to the trustees today. New York Postmaster. NEW YORK, May 1.-Poestmaster Van Colt assumed the duties of his office this morning. FIRST Ariun Lonce rtT THURSDAY EVE, MAY 2. Program.me. PART I. 1. Overture-Lanpra..................Herold.. Piano. 2 Water Lily............................... Abt Arlon. & Viollncello Solo ................Goltermann Miss Margarette Werner. 4 Moonlight on the Lake..................Whbte Mrs. Brnndage, Mrs. Sorrek, Mr. Dodson and Mr. cronkhlte. 5. Standehen......................... Laehner Mr. Tanhauper. PART II. 6 Serenade........................... Marehner Arlon. 7. Piano Solo............ ...................... Prof. Werner. & Duet-"Beautiful Moonlight"............Glover Mrs. Brundage and Mr. Cronkhlte. 9. "The Dying Comedian,............ .... Mr. Wildekopf. 10. "Abendlled" ......................Waldmann Arion. To conclude with "Curmarker and Plccarde," a comic operetta In one act. "Plecarde," Miss Margarette Werner: "Curmarker," Mr. H. Al brecht. TICKETS, - - - 6Oc Doors open at 8 p. m. Baeklen's Aratices lve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 2i cents per box. For sale by Lapeyre Bros. Two Million Readers are a great many to claim for one publi cation, but it is undoubtedly true that as many read the Youth's Companion every week. It has a world-wide reputation, and is sent all over the globe where the English language is spoken or read. The reason for its large circulation is found in its exceptional value. It is always safe, pure, entertaining and instructive. Its influence upon growing boys and girls can hardly be over-estimated. It is re membered affectionately by their parents who read it a generation ago. The subscription price of the Com panion is $1.75 a year, including the four holiday numbers, for Christmas, New Year's. Easter and Thanksgiving, all the illustrated weekly supplements, and the annual premium list with 300 illustrations. Address, The Youth's Companion, Boston, Mass. How to Sta Youno . "How to Get Strong and How to Stay So," was the title of a little book that a few years ago was very popular with people interested in physical culture. But a book which should tell us how to stay young would be still more popular. Saying nothing about the fabled "Foun tain of Youth," which Ponce de Leon searched for, there is no question that much may be done to stay young. The observance of sound and sensible hygienic rules, the use of suitable and wholesome food, and keeping regnlar hours, will do much to preserve youth. One of the greatest helps is to avoid worry. When you travel, the best way to avoid all worry is to take "The Bur lington." Its smooth tracks, its luxurious sleeping cars, and the delicious meals furnished on its peerless dining care, make "worry" absolutely impossible. For full information as to all its advant ages, write to Phil Gibson, Agent, C. B. & N. R. R., Great Falls,Montana. 7m NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS! MRS. S. M. WHITBECK, Central Avenue, First door East of J. C. Thomson's old store. THE HOLIDAY LEADER In wrappers ready for mailing, TEN CENTS a copy. Send it to all your friends. It is the best advertisement of Great Falls and Cascade County everpublished. Apply at this office. Ken More House. The only first-class hotel in Sand Coulee. Newly furnished. Board by the day or week. Special rates to board ers. Rates, $2.00 per day. tf A. CUNNINGhAM, Proprietor. White Sandstone. I have at my quarry the finest White Sandstone in the country-which will be supplied to order in any size or quantity, on short notice. N. P. LOBEIW, tf Over Churchill & Webster' ill Inro'mation and Circulars Regarding the Louisiana State LOTTERY OF NEW ORLEANS, 1Mddress, John Renner, Great Falls, Mont. Tickets Sold and Prizes Cashed. -THE lasoade Bank -OF GREAT FALLS, MONT. (Incorporated.) CAPITAL STOCK, - 60,000.00 S. E. ATKINSON.....................President WILL HANKS...................Vice President. F. P. ATKINSON, Cashier. TRUSTEES: S. E. Atkinson, Jacob Swiltzer, Peter Larson, Will Hanks, John J. Ellis, F. P. Atkinson. Transacts a general banking business. Loans moneyl discounts bills and makoes collections onl favorable terms. Accounts kept subject to cheek and Interest allowed on time certlfcates of depcilt .0 NOT DELAY TOURS BU~BSCITION 10\ UPPINCOTT'$ MAAIIINE, bweb srw staso s is psotk sc masskiypaWS ii A LEADER AMONG LEADERS. haho amber casaisa A COMPLSS lTOEL,ai.as itbd gasi Ttiy osaia lloa mrs ibC - iw iacuasag ad iacutustir alars. On. ye.sc aubuciptam glen LIBRARY OF 19 COMPLETE NOVELS b Asroa uathr, kgstbr wilh AN ABUNDANCE IiOll TsTORIIgtIPOEMs ESSAYS, sa u NEARLY TWO THOUSAND PAGES. ar asal se ssar. ss sss h tghi Se UsLa - TL'wMrml b . w nav eas n baelH d ua d sae ta iali, boa Sims ft. . added whlbuwlllgra A DISTINCTIVE PUCE OF ITS OW a nlOsIawtl O5StaD.iscs* ~ucihm, Oas, aI .mber .wot ae ss . r 1cy9. sea mu*.n "atsse L.'e ulO~nU, wIns ?fraspant Trees ! Cottonwood & Box Elder TREES FOR SHADE AND ORNAMENT. I will sftulsh and transplanttreee.nd WARRANT THEM. FOR TWO YEARS from the treasplantlnL when theF wl beaeom well eetablhedu In the wound. Apply at eve to Joe Peeper, Great Falls THE DELMOIICO RESTAURANT, Great Falls, M.ont. The Leading Resort or the Epicure. Open Day & Night. THE FAMOUS STALUON' CAPTAIN! Bred in Canada. Sired by the Celebrated Percheron St.Ruth; Dam hill blooded French Ca nadian Mare. Weight, 1,400 lbs. Will stand for the sea son at my stables, corner Fourth avenuesouth and Fifth street. FRANK OGILVIE. GIBSON & RENNER. Do You WY(nnt 0tone ? $100 to$50,000 To loan on Real Estate Security. For Nale. DmoorD a nro d Unlnnproved City and Bech properttl. For Leese. Building altee on all prominent streets. For Rent. Dwellings and Storehouses. COLLECTIONS MADE. Gibson & Renner. THE FIBST NATIONAL BAR OF GREAT FALLS, MONT. Authorled Capital, .- 1,000,000. 00 Paid in Capital, - 100,000. 00 REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of the First National Bank at Great Falls, in the State of Montana, at the close of business, February 26, 1880. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts...................762,58 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.... 6514 7 U.S. Bond to secure circlation....... 2,00 00 Other stocks, bonds and mortgages... 2,296 46 Due from approved reserve agents..... 1s,044 67 Due from other National Banks........ 117,19101 Due from State Banks and bankers.... 2,928 S Real estate, furnitur e and fixtures..... 11,20000 Current expenses and taxes paid...... 1,137 Premiums palid......................... 1.1)0 () Cheeks and othercashitems........... 66 46 Bills of other Banks................ 65,5660 Tract. paper cur., nickels and cents.... 9 60 Spec le................................. 16,1698 6 Legal-tender notes..................... 4,700 00 Redemption fund with U. & Treasurer (6 per cent of clrouation)........... 1,12 00 tl................................475,13032 IABILITIES. Capital stock paid in...................100.000 00 Surplus fund.......................... 15,000 00 Undivided profits...................... 11,12892 National Bank notes outstanding...... 21,660 00 Dividends unpaid..................... 46 00 Individual deposits subject to check.. 194,887 96 Demand certificates of deposit........ 12,1 O Certified checks....................... 100 00 Total ............... .............. 476,120 32 STATE OF MONTANA, County of Cascade. e I, T. n Collins, president of the above named bank, do solemall swear that Ithe above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and be lief. T. B. COLLINS, Presildent. Subscribed and sworn to before me thls 6th dal of March, 1839 F. P. ATKINSON, Notary Public. PARIS GIBBON, A. E. DICKERMAN, L. G. PHELPS, Directors. N. P. LOBERG, Architect and Sunerintendent. OFFICE: Over Churchill & Webster's Store. MORE THAN 80 YEAR EXPERIENOk. J. PFEFFERLY,. EXPRESSMAN. Wagon No. 2. Charges teasonobla Brest Fulls, Mont. SAM DODD Has Good Work-Teams AND 5 Gentle Saddle Horses FOR SALE. The Great Falls Bakery. A. LYALL, PROPRIIETOR. BREAD AND PASTRY BAKER. Thlrd street, bet. lst and Id ave. south, GREAT FALLS, - - MONTANA. FEED STORE. W. G. STARK & CO. For Bailed Hay, Grain, and all kinds of HORSE FEED Call at the NEW FEED STORE, 1st door east of Milwaukee House, Great Falls, - - - - Montana. Gibbons & Maher. Harness, Saddles and Collars. Breeching Harness from $30 to $50. Whips, Quirts, Currycombs and Brushes. Stock Saddles a Specialty. Prompt Attention Given to Re pairing. CENTRAL AVE. - GREAT FALLS. H. Muggley, JEWELER, Central Avenue, North Side of Street, Collins' Building, Directly opposite Hotchkiss ,. Hawkins. FINE STOCK --- ALL NEW AND DAILY ARRIVING. Fine Engraving and Repairing a Specialty. Emmet Race, Central Avenue, Next Door to Lapeyere's Drug Store, are the Agents for Estey and Camp - PIANOS AND ORGANS. Parties Desiring to Buy or Rent a Plano or Organ Should Leave Orders with ilim. Stationery, Cigars, and Confectionery. Five Choice Hereford Bulls For Sale. Extra Fine Animals. Can be sein at the Eclipse Stables, Great Falls. These are said to be the best ever im ported. They are from the Herd of F. A. Fleming, $sq., (son of the Hon. San ford Fleming) near Toronto, Canada. Apply at the Stables,