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VL. 2. No. 61. .REAT FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 11, 1889.VE CENTS. Ii~~FV CENTS.flbc m A great many la dies in this part of the country imagine that they cannot get good goods in Montana un less they pay exorbit ant prices for the same and therefore send east, paying good prices and giving themselves a great deal of extra both er, whereas, if they would just examine the stock of Dress Goods, especially Black Goods, at JOE CONRAfD'S they would soon be con vinced that they could trade to better advan tage near home, and at the same time help an exclusively great FNi1s JousO. We have without ex aggeration as good goods and low prices as can be had either east or west. Our stock of Black Goods at present com prises a fine line of Cashmeres,Wool Hen riettas, Silk and wool Henriettas, Alpacas, Fey Stripes, Albatross, etc. We also carry a full a line of warranted Gros Grain Silks as well as Faille Francaise, Sat-II ins, Armures, Moires, " etc. Send for Samples. Reliable Dry Goods House, JOE CONRAD, Prop'r. LAWV MM(ERnS AT W'ý ORK Foinrtll Day of the Montania Constitil tional Convelltion. Aftern'lon Session a Waterhal l-l Le. tured ouf Temperancce. Staullinl Coslnlittee i Appoilted at Eveninl Sessioll. Convention net at 2 p. I., pursuant to adjournment. Several members were ex cused. Methodist conference in session invited the members to attend a lecture on temlerance in St. Paul's M3. E. church at 4 o'clock p. an. Burleigh offered a resolotion to the effect that the territorlal omaers slid lodges ot the supreme court be granted the privileges of the loor. J. K. TOole moved to saieslld by extending the same courtesy to thte ulembers Of the constltutioI al conventlon of 1684. The illeltdment was ac ceptedl and the resolution adopted. J. K. Toole moved that inasnsmch as the presl dent did not have his coainlttees named the cola vention take a recess 111til 8 o'elock itn the even ig, at which timle lin other hulslless shold he traosacted. Carried and a recess was taken until that time. Tllhe onvention reassembled lat 7 o'clock p. in., when Preslident Clark alnllounced the standiLg eommittees as follows: On praalhble ac d illl of rights-aBickford,llatch Whitehill, Bueord, liartmaE. Rights of suffrage andl iuatlilcation to hold ol' gce--Rotwitt, E. RBans, McAdow, Cardwell, Bal lard. On legislative departments--J. K. Toole, Loud, Winston, Aiken, Haskell, Miut, Cardwell. On the execotivedepartments-MagintlisKohrs. Witter, Browne, Schmidt, E. Burns, Cartpelter, ticeknlan, Marshall. O JIIudiciary and Judicial deparlltnels, IlIclud ing plardoinlg power-Dixonll, Robjison, Carlpen ter, Luce, J. K. Toole, Eurleigh. ilKowles, Klln oser, Whitehill. Caliaway, Staplletol, Middleton, Blckford, (odd ilrd, Joyes. On military affairs--Eatol, Maginllis, Warren, Hobson, Hatch. On the linances of the state. plblic debt, tilh indebledness of counitles and mlunicipalities, revellnues, expenditures and taxation and tile re strictionlls to be placed on the powers of the legis lature in respect thereto-Collins, Hiershfield, Conrad, Gaylord, Chessman, Sargeant, Marion, iMytrs, Warren, Mayger, Knlppenburg. Educatlon-Riclkard,, Parl.berry, Craven, Ma ginlils, Hammonlld, Durfee, Reek. State institutions and buildlings-Meyers, liart matn, Muth, Winstoll. Rickards, Canby, Gibson. On city, county and towil organiatlOlln--_Browne, Joy, Gillette. J. K. Toole, Rotwit, Dixon, Joyes. Alpportionmlelnt and retresentation-Cooper, Brazniton, Joy, Webster, Stapleton, Collins, Dyer, Canby. Buford, Courtney, Mitchell. Coa porations (other than Inunicipal )-Stapleton, Marshall, A. F. Burns, Loud, McAdow, Collins, Eaton. Miscellaneous subjects and future amelltlUeilnts -Hershfleld, Parhlrry, Winiston, Watson, Court lil schedule-Knowles, Lace, Mayger, Hickman, Kanlonse. nI millning, water ald water rights--J. K. Toole, (libson, Kiplpelnb!erg, Sargeant, A. J. Burnls, Gay lord, EaItoan. Brarzeltonl. llogitn. Agriculture, manitufacttures, conmmerce nul iml allgratioln-Kohrs, Chessmaln, Hlobsonl, Schmnidt, Gillette, Parberry, Marion, Conrad, Graves. Reporting, priliting, lmileage and con tlingent extpenses-Collrad. Middleton, iWatson, A. J. Burns, Blckford. Privileges tiandl electiolns--Haskell, (Graves, Breen, Dyer, Ramsdell. Ensgros.samlnt tall enrollmenlit-Mlddltetonl , Kell nedy, Courtlney, itchell, Aikein. Bloutldarl'es, public lInilds anud lholnesttad exemll tiols--Callatlwy, Iibsonll, God(lard, Kenlnedy, Cool) er, Revision, phraseology add aitdjulstmenllt-Warren. Craven. iDrfelll'e. Ilamlllsdsl. WVbster. Oii ordlinltnces--Robinlson, Iltrleiglh. Reek. A. F. Burns, DJurfee, Fieldt; latiimlllonld, On labor-Breen, Fields, HlogIan, Cravenll, J. K. Toole, Bullard, Witter. Hlckman moved that the report be referred to the printing commlittee with orders to have 150 r copies Iprinted. Carried. The convention adjourned. t Sixth Day. ItEIacA, July 10.--(Convention called to order by President Clark at 10 a. m. Roll calleil. Prayer by Ca('llain. .Jour nal read and approved. Rickards of Silver Bow presented a memorial from the conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, praying that the convention incorporate in the constitution a clause relating to the strict observance of Sunday, on which day no work shall be done other than that of ne cessity or mercy. They also pray that there be incorporated in the constitution a clause prohilbiting the manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquors as stimulants except for medicinal or sacramental pur poses. Referred to committee on mis cellaneous subjects and future amend ments. Bickford of Missoula, chairman of the committee onl preamble and bill of rights, presented a preamble to the con stitution, which was read, referred to the committee on printing, and ordered to be printed. An ordinance read by IHartman of Gal latin, provides: That perfect toleration of religious sentiments be secured and that no inhab itaut of Montana shall lie molested in person or otherwise on account of relig ions views. That the peolple of Montana declare that they will not appropriate any unap iprolpriated public lands within the limits of lands held by any Indian tribe until such title shall be extinguished by the government; that such lands shall remain under absolute control of tile United States. That property ouned by parties oult side of the state shall never be taxed higher than that of those owning within the borders of the state. That none of the land owned or to oe owned by the United States or for its (ue shall be taxed. That the laud of any Indian or tribe of Indians shall le taxed,as are surrounding lands, when obtained otherwise than by go;ierumeut grant and speilied as such. That the debts and liabilities of the territory of Montana shall ble assumed by the state of Mlountana. That irovision shall le made for pub lie schools, to which all the children of Montana shall have access and shall be free from sectarian control. That this ordinance shall be irrevocable without the consent of the people of the state of Montana. Referred to committee on ordinances. Proposition of Luce of Gallatin relat ing to school lands: That none of the lands granted by con gress to the state of Montana for school purposes shall ever be sold, granted or in any way disposed of other than by lease; nor shall any moneys accruing from said lands be used for any purpose other than - the support of the public schools of the i state. RIeferred to committee on sundries, public lands, etc. Resolution by Callaway of Madison t county, relating to free passes: That no corporation or employee of any corporation shall give to any mem ber of the general assembly, state, county or city officer, or to any member of his family, a free pass for transportation. That any corporation violating any pro vision of this ordinance shall forfeit $1.000 for each violation thereof, and any officer accepting any free pass shall for feit his office and the emoluments thereof. Amended by Burleigh of Custer: That this article shall be enforced by appropriate legislation. Referred to committee on miscellane ous subjects and future amendments. .1. K. Toole of Lewis and Clarke pre sented a resolution exempting from taxes all United States and state lands, and mines of all descriptions. Referred to finance committee. Resolution by Allen R. Joy of Park county: That every male citizen of the United States above 21 years who can read and write the English language and who has never been counvicted of treason or felony ansd who shall have resided in the state one year and in the city, county or dis trict where lie may offer to vote, for six mouths next prior to any election, shall have the right to vote in this state; pro vided, that nothing herein shall disfran chise any one who is a legal voter at the time of the adoption of this constitution. Referred to committee on rights of suf frage. Motion by Whitehill of Deer Lodge county: That the articles of the constitution of 1884 from number two to number 17 in clusive be referred to the appropriate standing committees of this convention. Carried. Resolution by Kennedy of Missoula, relating to re establishment of new coun ties: That in establishing new counties they shall be named in regard to mountain ranges, rivers or any natural feature in the vicinity of said proposed county. Referred to committee on city, town and county organizations. Proposition by J. Hogan of Silver Bow, pertaining to the prevention of convict labor under contract: That the state shall have no power to contract the labor of any one cosyicted and confined, to any individual or corporation. Referred to committee on labor. A resolution was offered by Middleton of Custer, referring to revision of rule 6ii, governing the convention and provid ing that the standing committees may report at any time. MIiddleton moved the suspension of the rules and the adoption of the resolu tion. Adopted. Burleigil of Custer made suggestions as to the advisability or having one ses sion a day until such time as the com mittees shall have made returns that will justify the convention in holding two sessions. His idea was that, until such time, it was time wasted that could lie Iput to good advantage on committee work. Maginnis of Lewis and Clarke concur red with the above and moved that the convention adjourn until July 11 at 10 o'clock a. m. Carried. Convention adjourned.. Sullivan Leaves New Orleans. New\ ORLEANS, July 10.---About 11 o'clock this morning Sullivan and party took carriages and drove away. It is not positively known but it is believed they took the Southern Pacific train for lious ton, Texas, to avoid going through Miss issippi. It is presumed they will return to New York via St. Louis. The sheriff of Marion county, Miss., came here this morning for the purpose of arresting Sullivan and Kilrain. HIe has gone to Baton Rogue to get a requisition from the governor and will return to New Or leans this evening. Sullivan will pron ably cross the state line into Texas by 8 p. mi. M*asonic Anniversary, NEW II.\\'v , Conn., July 10.---The one hundredth anniversary of the Masonic grand lodge was celebrated today with elaborate ceremonies. Nearly every Masonic dignitary of the state was pres ent and the parade was considered the largest ever held in this city. The 1Rev. J. W. Richardson of Stanford was the orator of the day. Reclinedl to Issue the Vrit. C'rc.u:o, July 10.--Judge Tully, in the circuit court this morning declined to .is sue a writ of habeas corpus in the case of John Biggs, senior guardian of camp 20, ('lan-na-Gael, in jail, charged with c·on spiracy to murder Dr. Cronin. Grand Lodge of Elks. NEsw YTus:K,J. uly 20.--The Grand lodge of I.lks held an election today. Lyman Qulinliu of Chicago was elected grand n;master. Banquet to the Wool Growers. On Friday evening next the citizens of Great Falls will tender a grand reception and banquet to the wool growers of north ern Montana, in the Park hotel. The committee having the details in charge are Messrs. E. G. Maclay, L. B. Wells, Thee. Gibson, Chas. Wegner, Howard Crosby and A. E. Dickerman. The members of the constitutional con vention, having accepted an invitation to be present,will arrive in a special train courteously tendered them by President Broadwater of the. Montana r'entral. After the banquet at the Park the company will visit the elegant rooms of the Rainbow club, where they will be the guests of the club and where, also, it is anticipated that a wool-grower's asso ciation will be organized. We hail the advent of the wool-grow ers to Great Falls as a most auspicious event, as marking the substantial ad vancement of our city toward her destined commercial importance. The Tliemly Rains. One of our correspondents has just re turned from a trip to the southeast and states that the effects of the recent rains are wonderfully perceptible on the crops everywhere. The grain, he says, has actually jumped two inches in two days. lie says that tens of thousands of bushels of wheat will be harvested, which, but for the rains, would have been cut for feed. The benefit to the potato and vegetable crops will be almost beyond calculation. The apprehension of some that the rains would deteriorate the nutritive proper ties of the grass on the ranges he thinks wholly groundless, for the reason that the grass is yet in a growing condition mnd is not yet cured. If it were later in the year there might be some danger of its being damaged by the rains, but no such fear need be entertained at this early part of the season. To Teachers. From June 30th to July 14th inclusive the Union Pacific will sell excursion tickets from Montana points to Nashville mand return for $68.40, limited to return until September 12th. These are good via the short or via Salt Lake city, )Den yer, Omaha, Kansas (ity, St. Louis, Mem lhis. Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville or almost any line desired. , j2-14 Saund Coniee Coael Besides being used excluaively on the Manitoba and Montana Central railways, large quantities of this wonderful coal are being shipped to Dakota and Minne sota, being preferred to eastern coal for furnaces, factories and private use. It is also used on the steamers on the great lakes, also in Northern Wisconsin and the Michigan peninsula. Nothing Like It. Dropping into Ilr. Wernecke's store yesterday we were pleased to see, for the first time, his portable cold storage plant. Under its genial influences, fruit, butter, vegetables and perishables of every description are kept "sweet as a nut" for an indefinite period. Mr. W. is one of our most courteous and enterpris ing merchants. He was Exonerated. Dint LoIoIE, July 10.--Gray, who was arrested at Philipslburg on July 4th for the killing of a man named Gallagher, appeared before Judge Elliston of Deer Lodge today and after examination was exonerated. Patriarchal Circle Annual: Convention. ClrciAno, July 10. -'he ninth annual convention of the Patriarchal Circle be gan in this city today. The exercises will continue until Friday night. Ar rangements have been made for a prize drill, the prizes offered aggregate $1,000. Hanged. ROCIES'rEt, N.Y., July 10.-Jno. Kelly, convicted of the murder of Elanor Ot)shea, near Geneva, November C6, 1888, was hanged at Canandaigua, at noon today. BIlurke isn Coming. Wlhxx'Im, July 10.-'rhe arguments in the Burke case are concluded. Judge Bain has given an order for extradition. Special Bargains. In muslin underwear, at the New York Cash Bazaar. j30tf Market Report. NEW YORK, July 10.---Bar silver 92. I desire to kindly inform my patrons and the public in general that within a few days I will have three car loads of A No. 1 cedar fence posts that I can sell for 20 cts apiece. G. H. GooDRT.ll. Just received a large consignment of the celebrated Bittrerich dress patterns. Send for fashion sheet. JOE CONRAD. Plenty still on land of those elegant Muslin Underwear, at Joe Conrad's. Messrs. Judd & Devine have opened delightful ice cream pLrlors in the houmse lately occupied by Mrs. Race's music store, where the most delicious creams, fresh California fruits and lunches will be served. tf Ladies, don't forget that the only place to get bargains in shoes is at Joe Con rad's. 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 ever published. Applly at this office. Parties wishing their washing done in good style shoult seend it to the Bay Laundry. j21-tf The New Discovery. You have heard your friend and neigh bors talking about it. You may yourself be one of the many who know from per sonal experience just how good a thing it is. If you have ever tried it, you are one of its staunch friends because the wonderful thing about it is, that when once given a trial, Dr. King's New Dis covery ever after holds a place in the house. If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a cough, cold of any Throat, Lung or Chesttrouble, secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time, or money re funded. Trial bottles free at Lapeyre Bros. Drug Store. .The Lemler Jol, Olice. We have lately added a lot of new type to the LEADER's jobbing depiartment and are now prepared to do all kinds of job printing, from a mammoth poster to a calling card. Our stock of letterheads, uoteheads, statements, billheads, and fine card board, is unexcelled for quality in Montana. Give the LEADER olffice a call and lie convinced. Prices reasonable. tf CALIFOHNIA EXCIURSION TICKETS OVER THE UNO1N PACIFIC IRAILWAY. Until further notice Californin excursion tickets will be sold on the 15th of each mionth from Untte, Anaconda, Garrison and Helena. These tickets will be good 60 days going, extreme limit nounths from date of sale. Rates to San Francisco or Los Angeles via Port land, apply via rail or steamer. Excursion tickets will be sold as follows. To San Francisco, going via Ogden and re turning sane route ......... ...... $75 0) To San Fralnciseo, Bgoll, via Olgden, and returnling via Portlan, or vice versa.... - $10 (1i To San Franulcisco, going via Portland. and retllrlling saiii e route ....1.... ..... . $75 00 To Is Angeles via Ogden and Sacralmento, and returning same route........... .$90 0i) To Los Angeles, going via Ogden and Sic rinmleto., nd returning via San Francis co andi Ogdein, or vice versa ......... $94 0 To Los Angeles, goinlg via Ogdell and San Fraelsco, returlilng le route........ $. 98 To Los Angeles, going via Portland aund Saecnoento, and returningo same route. $94 00 To Los Angeles, going viii Portland auid San Fralicisco, retuirning same route... $98 0I To Los Angeles, golig via Portland and re NOTICE. All persons having assessment blanks left them by t hle.Assessor to all alit please return them at oIce to his oellee. It iot returned promptly the assessment will be nmde by the Assessor from the best inforlatlonI ihecini obtain, ind will add ) iper cent. ls provided by law. R. T. GiORHAM, Assessor, lull Cascade Cointy, Montana. ARION HALL, Saturday, July 13. Return of Montan a's uavorlte actress, Lottie Wade, Supported by tih great Austratllai hulaorist, HENNESSY LEROYLE, in their Operatic Dratmatic Protean Comedy entitled vWrIviAqr IS I T) And tile exceedingly f(unlly iurlettll Robinson Crusoe and Man Friday Adnilssion, $1. - (hhh'en, C Colldren ,0n.. tReserved Seaits, $1i.25. Reserved seats can I seCllred alt ItillgWali Carrier's Jlewelry Store. Commission Merchant. Hay. Flour and Feed. Trees. Sillll IrPlIrtd to 'In sh all kirlll of 'Tres Ltll Shrullbs, such ttfollolws: BOX .ELiEIt, SUGAlt MAPLE, JILA(K Itit(ts'r, IIARI)Y ('A'I'AI.A, RUSSIAN IL UIIIIItY, AILANT'I' II , Etc.. Of any Size or Age Desired, AT LOW FIGURES L.W. FAUQUIER, Office Opposite Park Hotel, (GNEAT FALLS, - MONTANA MONTANA ----ANT-- PHONOGRAPHIC INSTI TUTE. C mnplote in Every depltrtment. Agents for .le Crandall Typewriter. HAHN & WALTERS, (IOLD BLOCKi, hELENA, }MONTANA. J) NOT U LL. Yu 'coR lH UISCRIPTICN FOlI LIPPINCOIT'S MAGAZINE, hich w t i the frut rk 0i monthly .bu tionl e, d .,uul0de tih !f,siluO of A LEADER AMONG LEADERS. El0h numnher colntica A COHIPLET,: i OVEL,.Ioa liberal quntity ofniece il1o,. ~v, 0attr ,,f en inte.e.o tna andioaetrutive natro. Onoe ear's .ubhcrption glivl LIBRARY OF 12 COMPLETE NOVELS by Aol rien .tbhor., togther -ith AN ABUNDANCE OF SOHUoT 'oIORI, I' POEUI, E:oSAYS, and matte' ofu auaul iutteretto ouol raderln, naki.ognvoloum of NEARLY TWO THOUSAND PAGES. Tlhe llles of I.Ir'coroTI's oadA unpreeedoeted in thle eor als of Moa ine - pbllehing, cd to-day It. fmilIjr title is welomed in every hamlet., vllhLge., town, and oity throughout tihe Ullited bltel. Th belht writers of the age have been .eured and oew featuren will, from tim tho time, hbe dded Lioh will gile A DISTINCTIVE PLACE OF ITS OWN. Amolia Rites, Edgar Saltos., ohn Nabbeeto Edl. aiwoett, Captoin Chlale. King, I 8.A, Oiao King, i. Elliott8eoll. Oelinw Dolro. Nourie Brrynmon, Oia., and M* y others will oontrihto to it. p kMlfor 1889. For d lpk ý naenteaddr em Le ¢aipbnr,, 3.0 e for 11 samp Lia g . perb0 ear.OOp..ya. bad PERSONAL COLUMN. Under this caption notlees of "Wanted," "To Let," "For Sole." "Lost," "Fonlllld, "Pel.onal," ete., will he inserted at the rat of ONE ICENT PERf WORD for each Inner tion; but none less than 25 cents. anllted N EXPERIENCED STOCK MAN, MARRIED. would like a posltlon as foremanll ou stock ranch. Enquire ot this offiee, lull For Reut---Shop. CORNER FOURTH STREET AND FOURTH SAvenue sooth, Apply at offce. (ulw AT FALLS WATERi IuWEIR julll- I A AND TOWNgITr CO. For S.le. FOUR ROOM ROUSE, SEVENTH AVENUE south and 3rd street. Enquire at the Leader office. J6-11 For Rent. A NEATLY PURNISHED ROOM ON CENTRAL. Avenue for relt. Apply to J28tf W. S. WETZEL. For Sale. • SINGLE SHOT WINCHESTER RIFLE--45 cI halmber, Lyalln sight. For further lIrtlie u ars call at tils olllce iln tile afteriloon. Man anll Team W/ANT WORK--good tteam and sturdy matn--nl Sther afraid of work. Whoever wanlts to emn Iploy slcit ti outfit please call at the LsanDn of lice for further Iistructlions. jl2-mt Job Printing OF ll kinds lineatly and proniptlyexecited atthie LEADER oflice. -`----` Notaee-- ---- --- Notlseu' WIlL inake llings on governlment land wit itol Ilsh all Ilecesslry Illlorlltatiaollnfor Otie Dollar or e.thi qlirter section oa illd. mlly-i-t - H. E. RANDALL. Agelll Wlanteld. XPERIENCED Agenlts wlanted for Cascadle coins RLiER tenlerll Agent, eleia, Motitana. WantedtI Spurchaser for one of tte best claims near Great SFalls--well Improved. Eiquire at the LADEt office. Two L (oo(l RIltnlheL for Stle - iWITHIN thtree mlles of Great Falls. Both are Su hdcttdr feuce, cultlvatlon indl otherwise Im roveil. For furtiber fllforoiation inquire of Jos. lanillton, or Glbson & Renner'a real estate office. IVanted, O buy a liber tof young pls, inillre nlt tiis T Office. ]For Sale,. SSCIIOLARSIIP in the Montana Buasiness Col Slege!l Elqulre at the LEADlR office. Land tRlanks. Pre-emption, Homestead, Tlniber Culture iiand otler blaiks. for sale at tlhe L.lDnR office it riiLonable ra'iltes. Iiihai.i.Iuuneu iaiiln All Otlhers l-nietnber thlit Hubetrt Chandiler wIll ifurllls yaol wltth rililbile Ihell lt any time. Htelena EmllplOylllment Office, Helella, Molitana. ... . ...........----ý N oiu ice . . . ..... ..... liy persons wanting Ilorses brouLght i lroli the ranllge Clll oatinlll thein by leavlng bralids atd descrlptioli tor Fred Thurstomn ait tle postoffice. For Sale. SCHROLARSHIP for a full BusRliness Course in Sthe IteleIna Commercial College for sale at tlhe EADE olin0cc. V'antecd. A ant that don'ttake any of his home papers be a n.se tllhere's "nothll' I emr ' who e avi shes Ill monlley on foreign literalture, howls against town site companiesa ial home enterprise in gelleral, complains of hard tinmes, and admits thlt he's ai poor devilk--to run rafts oi Salt Rliver! Enquire pat thils orlce. ooal imidoements to right party. 'IALL PIPER In tils ill I carry the most Complete Stock! white Blanks 1 0 t . Per Single Roll. Having employed a cabinet maker I am prepared to do repair ing in first-class man ner. will call for broken furniture and deliver same free of charge. Wm. Albrecht. Hlow to Stay lounntg. "How to G;et Strolngand How to Staly So," was tey title ofla little hook that a few yealrs ago was very pollular with people interestted In physlcal cuIlture. But a book whicell should tell us how to staly yoslllrg wold be still ollore popular. Saying Ilothilltg about the ftabled "Foulitinll of Youth," whltic Police dre Leo searched for, there is lno slucstlotll that illuch ilaty be dolle to stay young i e observalltce of sounlld and setnlSlble hygienic rllles. tile ie of sultable alId wlholesomelll fool alld keeplllg rtgular hours. will do Iouch to Iprese.rve sooth. Oile of tihe greatest hiells is to ilvoid worry. Wiell youll travel, tie best ',I,' tO avoid all worry Is to takc "The .hurlhigtom." Its smooth tracks, Its luxurious sleeplming curs, alld the di lichous tliaeals flurlislte on Its Iel'rless dnlig ears, Illake "worry" absolutely tllllosslble. For full illforlllmltioll us to ill Its advtistages, write to Phil I tibsoIn, Agent, ., hB. & N. It. it. hireat balls, Mlon tatla. 7111 W. P. BEACHLEY. Genera: Stationery and News Dealer. A Full Line of Legal Blanks for Sale. Corner of Central Ave. and Foutrh Street C. WV. COLE, Mover of Light Freight& Baggage Orders promptly attended to. Prices reasonable. Private Boarding. MRS. C. C. RAY HIas opened a Private Hordinhg House 11I the In viting nttahge Inmnediately adjoinilng THIE MILWAUKEE HOUSE ON THE WEST. Table Board not Excelled in the C;ly. ,-tf MRS. . C. RA V. New Store and New Goods. Mrs. S. M. Whitbeck, Central Avenue, First Dor -ast of J. C. Thomp son's old stanlld. The Only Millinery Store in Great Falls. FULL SPRING STOCK OF MILLINERY JUST OPENED. Open Again! LYALL'S BAKERY Sfiltg bteet closed on account of Mr. trolll's illness, his partner, Mlr. Fred Stevens, wfll at tend to the public wantslL until Mr. Lynll is able to bo it his post agt+n. COME ONE, COME ALL And Partake of the Good Things Prepared for CIY Y Meat Market WHOLMALE AND RiETAIL Dealer in Fresh Meats. CENTRAL AVENUE, BET. 311) AND 4TH r.s. _ttention Given to Mail Orders. Will J. Kennedy, Prop'r Dental Work Electric Light. Dr. Tllt has placedl the. electric light in his oflice and o Ilow prepltred to serve all whose elguge lients prevenit tLhet frolmn haiVlg their WOlrk( dloll by daylight. Parties destring work ione at night will please notify mIie I dila or two previous. R. A. TAIT, Jun 9 Dental Rooms, Collins Block. C'entral Ave. 0. B. & R. E. PICKETT, I'lOPRIm·ll9ts OF Grove Lake Farm, SHORT HORN CATTLE. ORISKA, BARNES CO., N. I.AKilTA. Fullt Btl]ios anld High Grads I Syeclilty. Car Load Lots fulrnished olll sil . o tice. REFEtNCE:Flirst Natl. Bank. VaIle' ll ., a)Ik. Mr. Pickett ca hie founld for ia few lays at the Park hlotel. DUNK CAMPBELL'S: The Daisy Plae! FOR LuNcH oK. DI R:.l " Fulton Market, IN ILEA I 'OF WETZEL'S SA 311 .: lIOMS AND IN It.sIM tINT. Wanlts to see all of his fri'lls. TODAY. JnUlitf W. G. STARK His Opened i neld i Feed Skre Ii1 teje"..s c h lies b ildng Ce.itril1 .5 sti, between 4th linllll 5tl streets. Evylht.liT 1 hhlihllll that is COallpris t i i first (clss feed store. Headquarters of the Deering rt" ei; rnd Binders. W. , 'TAtlK. (lfflmorI ousl88, Sand Coulee. Has just been opernd iel:w tby MR. AND MRS. C. B. PYLE, Who Will Ilake this excellent a i i r, ar :itac tlve thIal rvi l'. OUR TAILI' Will alwlas be s llllllid a tl Ih L.e|t that the tra bet r lld thel setas tnll ; t111d , lish IllI is the, slie loo t iul u j .tj .I. ,