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HE D.AFL-Y LEADER.
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CITY AND COUNTY NEWS.
See what a tidy and Inviting barber
shop has Mr. Beardsley.
"OWhyte, carriage and wagon repairer,
is doing a rushing business.
The Eureka Improvement company,
St. Paul, has failed-llablities about $1,
Theodore Gibson went south yester
day and will probably visit Butte before
he returns.
Whether the water or the whisky at the
capitalis the worst seems to be an uun
solved quantity.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt. Christian of Helena
arrived yesterday and are the guests of
our friend Gibbons.
Some itwo hundred invitations have
lbee issued ft-r the banquet to be given
tothe .wool-growers at' Park hotel on
Frlday evening.
J. Green of Lincoln ceunty, New Mex
ico, an experliened stock man, is in the
city with his wife and family looking for
a location on a stock ranch.
'The promised arms of the Gibson Light
Ginreds were received yesterday and
S Capt. Jensen and his brave boys are cor
reapondingly happy.
Miss Edgerton of Ohio, cousin of Mrs.
H. P. Rolfe, and Miss Sanders, sister of
Col. Sanders of Helen, arrived yesterday
and are the guests of Mrs. Rolfe.
We we pleased to see our gcntal friend
the Hon. C. M. Webster at his desk in
the townaite offiee again yesterday morn
ing, though looking somewhat pale from
the efdcts of the fever.
io President tRobert Vaughlin requests
the directors and stockholders of the
North Montana Fair association to meet
at the office of the townsite company
6on Saturday night, 18th Inst., at 8
o'clock.
Charles . Johnson of Kibby, chaper
~ones rly Prof.,Morton, honored the LaAD
a iseotum with his presence, yesterday.
Mt, J.ohnson is oneof the solid men of
Northern Xont.a and loves squaredesl
ing iHe adonet b`elong to the Ananias
1 ub, either.
Jos. K. Clask, qne of Butte's most sub
stantial and experienced mining men,
left here yeterday for the Belt Mountain,
mnlaing campe to make an extended ex
atniotlno of the mines. He will be ab
sent several days and will doubtless
imake it good report.
Cpt. J. D. Taylor of the boat house re;
turned yesterday from a three weeks
opting in tie Runniug and Dry Wolf and
Y:ogo amining .distlts. He has located
several big claims and feels 'way up over
the eprospects; butthinks Great Falls is
at thehead of the hea , "elle samee."
It is reported that the Helena Inde
pendenpt bas bhepo purchased by A. W.
Lymsa fof sedrsal ari. Washington
correspondent of the New York Sun and
on its star for the past sixtee' years.
He will utqrt a "Hili and Protection"
b :ioom in the northwest, if possible, among
S.the demoorati.
Delegate COharles M. Webster took the
i nopn train for the capital yesterday to
i oin the cbnstitutionsl convention. We
tru; t his health will become re-establish. I
id. We understand that his physician
has advised him, while in Helena, where
pure water is a scarce commodity, to
take a little win for his stomach's sake,
etc.
Barber Beardsley is a wag of the first
!". water. He said some time agothatha
S.would stand on his head on soon as the
fact was fnally determined that the Boa
ten and Montana smelter would be built(
at Great Falls. Now that this important
Snmatter has been settled, our friend B.
don't stand upon his head worth a cent, a
but simply says he is on his feet againt
We are glad to announce that the First
` Presbyterlan Church Sunday School in
ten: giving a grand picnic on Tuesday,
18th Lint. All are welcome who come
_ provided with a basket and a buggy. L
There will be buggies provided for the
children and doubtless everyone will
have a good time. Meet at the church -
door at t10 a. m. on Tuesday next. Go
and have a good time, where the mighty
Missouri rolls down to the sea.
Mr. Oder of the B. & O. R'y, one of the
most prominent coal experts of the
United States, visited the coal mines at
Sand Coulee and the Great Falls yester
day, accompanied by Prof. Mortson. Mr.
Oder is highly pleased with the coal
mines. He says they are the best mines
She has ever seen. He was dellghted with
Sthe· cenery adjacent to the towuaite. He
pronounced the Giant spring the most I
wonderful spring lain the world. He has -
just returned from a tour of the Pacific o
.slope apnd pronounces the water power
here.the most Immornse on the continent.
AnPesOndeslous of buying a type
wrltiae cneshould call upon L.A. A
FaI at the Rocky Mountalo Tele
gap oceand examine the OCrandall sA
e chn (forwhlah he Is agent) before -
. i~purslh elsewhere, tf
Th remainder of beaded capes now at
, and s.8o ent conuter. at the
entra on ravenue. ftt ch
SAn elegant line of Parasols from $1.500
to $15.00 at
j20-tf W. B. RAL,.tsr.l & Co.
Our text In hats. and we would like to
divide our discourse under about one
thousand different heads, at
NEW YORK BAZAAR.
Trees, Grass, Garden and F!lower seed
at Lapeyre Bros.
D. M. Ferry's Garden seeds at Eastern
catalogue prices at Lapeyre Bros.'
Fine Flower Pots at the Bee Hive.
drass seeds of all kinds at Lapeyre
Bro's.
Ladies Trimmed hats, from $1.50 to
$2.00, to close, at the New York Cash
Bassar. j80tf
The largest and best selected stock of
Embroideries, Torchon, Oriental, Spanish
and Chantilla Laces from 1 to 45 inches
will be found at
J20-tf W. B. RALEIGH & CO.
How Mr. Fred. A. Yoeng won $18,000.
He is treasurer of the Union Eyelet Co.
of this city, and purchased for $1 the
twentieth part of ticket No. 2,887 in the
Lousiana State Lottery at the recent
drawing which took the $300,000 prize.
This morning the Telegram learned that
the money had been collected for Mr.
Young through the Bank of America of
Providence, R. I.-Providence (R. 1.)
Telegram, March 26.
Call and examine our celebrated lines
of Stribley, Cousins, Feigler Bro's and
8oller's ladies' and children's shoes.
J30-tf W. B. RALEIGH & Co.
The public shouli remember that the
BAY LAUNDRY is first-class in every par
ticular. j21-tf
Muslin underwear in endless variety at
j20-tf W. B. RALaEIGH & CO.
Big reduction in Millinery for the next
10 days, at the New York Cash Bazaar.
Clergymen, Justices of the Peace,
And Judges of Courts of Record, and all
who are authorized by law to administer
the solemn rites of matrimony-also those
seriously contemplating that blissful state,
would do well to call and see our elegant
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, just issued
from the LEADER press.
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. LonaEto,
if Over Churchill & Webster'
For fine watch repairing and engraving
repair to Muggley's.
BUSINESS CARDS.
C. H. BENTON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Room 11, Dran block, (Great Fells, Mont.
aDO. W. TATrn.o . 5P. LEWIS.
TAYLOR A LEWIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND NOTARIES
PUBLIC.
S l attention given to real estate and land
entries.
Office Central Block, Central avenue, (ireat
a.als, Montana.
THOS. E. BRADY,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
BRoom No. 1, over Bach, Cory A Co.'s store,
reat Falls, Montana.
SANDERS, CULLEN & SANDERS,
ATTORNEYSAND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Main street, Helena.
A. G. LADD, M. D.,
.HYSihCIAN AND SURGEON. Office: La
aF.pere's drustore. Residence: Park Drive
and First Avenue north. iunstI
DR. J. L. WEITMAN.
P lHSICIAN AND BURGEON,
R Luther Block, Great Fails, Mont,
It. A. TAIT.
D ENTIST: GREAT
-£-J FALLS, M. T.
CoRllnaBslding, up stairs, Central aveuce.
J. X. CAJBKADDON,
D ENTIST:
AlLW KINDS OF WORK
ýiOF~r3...L eI anBlock, near the Post Office
PF. . MORGAN,
A RCHITECT & SUPERINTeND
ENT:
PLANS, S lpeelations and Estimates given at
ahort .ae
OFFIC - - - - Next door to Post Offiee.
H. P. ROLFE,
A TTORNEY AT LAW.
WILL PRACTICE
In the hlaber Courts. Speclal attention given to
Land busmes.
Omoe, Just north of Minot Block, Great Falls.
DR. i. P. GORDON,
P HYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
(Late of Edinburgh, Scotland.)
OiB oom No. 8, Dunn Block, Central avenue,
A. F. LONGEWAY,
HBSICIAN AND SURGEON
T FALLS, Montana. Late House Surgeon
to the M.r.al Western Hospital and Attendlng
Phypl to the Montreal Dispensary.
PALACE HOTEL,
SNACONDA MONTANA. New and elegant.
Mrs. P. j1 Stephens, Proprietor.
lass bath rooms. Cuisine not surpassed
In tlheTerrltory.
To a thoroughly competent hotel mans a one
half Interest wiln ba sold at ex act cost, dlb
County Surveyor. Deputy U. S. Surveyor.
WILLIAM E. KERN,
CIVIL ENGINEER:
SURVEYS
Of Ranches, Ditches, Bridges Coaals, Water
Spply, Sewerapge Irrigation, lans. Etlimates,
p fe.c. Su.c o Spertntendences, Mining Tnn
nels, Etci. Ladying out of Towneltes.
Omen--South side Central avenlue between 2d
and 3d streets, Collins Block, Great Falls, Mont.
GLASGOW, MONTANA.
G. W. PHILLIPS, M. D.,
GLASGOW, MONTANA,
Late House Surgeon St. Joseph's Hospital, St.
Paol, Mini.
Surgeon St. P., M. & M. R'y.
J. P. KELLEY & CO.,
Glasgow Mett Mulrkot
All kinds of
Fresh Meat
Constantly onl hlld.
FRONT STREET,
las.pw, - - - Montana.
OIN 0. PAYmL, N. J. M'CONNELI..
PAULSEN & McCONNELL,
ARCHITECTS,
HELENA, - . - MONTANA.
Attend strletly to Arch.tectural Work. Plans anid
speelflcatlons drawn. Work supervised.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN ALL WORK
J. PFEFFERLY,
EXPRESSMAN.
Wagon No. 2.
Charger flessounahl. t(irot Fulls., Mont.
'PLUMBING AND STEAM FITTING.
DEALER IN
Pumps, Pipes, &c
First Avenue south.
Ju 9 L. A. WINCHESTER.
The Great Falls Bakery.
A. LYALL, PROPRI-TOR.
BREAD AND PASTRY BAKER.
Third street, bet, let and Sl ae, south, .
GREAT FALLS, - - MONTANA.
The Minneapolis House,
Great Falls, - Montana.
MRS. A. D. WELLINGTON, PRoPr's.
Filrst-class accommodations. ,ates from $1.s0 to
82.J0 per Or
House we eated and newly nfurished through
out.
Free carriage meets all trains febl4tf
JOHN BURKE,
PUOPR5lrOS
CASCADE HOTEL,
Comfortable rooms and excellent table Popular
prices. First avenae South, between
Third and Fourth Streets. No bar.
GREAT FALLS, te MONTANA.
H. Muggley,
JEWELE R,
Central Avenue,
North Side of Street, Collins'
Building,
Directly opposite Hotcbkiss & Hawkins.
FINE STOCK --- ALL
NEW AND DAILY
ARRIVING.
Fine Engraving and Repairing a
Specialty.
2 Fin tu11ions
FOR SALE.
Young Nero,
PEDIOGlU Of YOUNG N950.
YOUNG NERO was foaled ci liar 2ilth, 18881 He
was bred by Wm: Kent, Yonjvllle, Township of
West Zorra, County of Ofo Ontario. He Isa
well bredCanadian colt,beingbred from Imported
stock, on both sides, Ills dam wasl bred from
Honest Jim., and hls grand dam was bred by the
OldJ Champlon. He ls a rie chestnut and stand
15 hands and lnch h and weighs 1190 paumls
and has .an the fooi wing prlzse-at, st Tai
stock, in 1897, havin a sr om zon 1
prize at Ingersoll, in 1887; 2nd pize at Wodetolc
n111887; 1st prize at Esbro, same year. heatin
the colt that took the prize at London Weaster,
Fair; 8rd prize at the city of Stratford, with a
competltlon of 4 colt& Hs bad al to compete
with the lImported colts. ie was only shown five
tllmRes and be took live prizes. He was not shown
when he was a sucker.
PaDIBsIo or NRRo,, ists O YOUGno 5.
NEROis a dapp~led brown, with white points,
stands a0banns highla 7 years old, and welLrghs
1,800. Nero ls a pure bd. le horse, b elngslr
by "Prlnoe dorge of ales;" he by "Old
Prln of Wale." (Nero's number in Clydes
dale Stud Bok, 674); .his dam was "Doll" 0),
and was bred b Charles lackwood, _anfs Ire;
her sire was Rformer" (62). Bm `ose" by
"Pope." She attained the followin. prizes:--lt
P~ze, at Keto, and second.prie t- orlll, I
182 Sri prize, at Kelth, In hn17; and l. p In
eltht, 184; merit prize at CornhilB in 18, and
lst at Cornhlil Ind challenge cup for the best
mare In Banf.slre In 1878; at prise, atlInerarle
mst at Thuntley, with foal at foot, in 1879 nd
prize at Inverarie; lst at BanE; 2nd at tinrf.
with ioal at fot. In 1880. Nero has taken the fol
lowing prizes: -jet at Bang; ist, at Thuntley In
1880; for the best oal: et, at Invera le; s,' at
Thuntley; 1ist, at Annan, in 18981, for the best one
yearold colt.
PEDIGRn OF ONrSTr sImmal
hHONEST JIMMIE (No.818)ls a bright bay; 16½
hands high, on short leNs, wlth a combIlatIon o
muscle and strength o ionle rare to be got; fi
temper and good actIon, with purity of breeding.
He was bred by J. McNabh Menstrie, Stirling. lie
gamiled the lst prize at Altos, as a one-yea-old
colt; 2nd at the Royal Northern Aberdeen, n1874;
1st, at Thamesord, 1876; 1st at Thodale same
year; 1st, at Llstowel, In 188l; 2nd at ewry
same year; and 2nd at Newry and Illverton, i
1881. HolnestJlmmle's dam "Darling," was
by "Lothian Tom" (No. 6Sa). Honest Jimm's
sire, rand Dlke" (No. 886) was .bredby L. Drew,
Merrytown, and gained the following premiums:
At Slranrear, I 1870 and 1878. £60;laddngton,
In 1872 AlS .. id afterwards sold for £8 The
"irand DuLe's" dam was L. Drew's renowned
"Bess," wholained al great number of the HIgh
end .Society prizes. The sire of "G(rand Duke
`Sir Walter Scott" (No. 787)-was rand sire to
"Prilnce of Wales," the champion C ydeedaie st"i
lion of Great Britain.
YOUNG ROB ROY.
DamtOIPTION.
YOUNG hOB ROY is a Jet black stallion with
stripe h .roe fhad whto foot, stads 16
bands high amid weighs 1,61 pounds is entireiv
I frae from blemis ~ ~ .~
ato fron h biemibds, and baa. aso proved himself
to he a sure foal getter, ie was foaled on hetbth
d of June. 1886.
PUDIOISUl.
YOUNG loBo aoY t1a.1) bred by U. Pear
so . n 9 Qeec, he rras~ired by the tos o l
Rroy 7.t1" g. sire DukLe of A le (484). Th
borae we, e Wl9 10 u ds and tooik p at
Compb.ell, ctland, op wi 4 tI
lion of his own clasus and was afterwards sold to
hi. Wailer for gf,0tt Dam Bell (VoL 8) a jet
black Lower CanadianFrnhmewlhg
1,1oun prnds, _e shoby aposeon (s), heh
Jnmy t), Th os rew a onus horse, and
J liimemy (70B). T his Psy;eLnee~
rie at the great .EzhibitLonatParssln 1177. Bel
lok nine irat pr.izes and two second prizes In the
Lajof138 as beat mare and foal with Younml Rob
Roy at her aide, he elnonly four monthsold
and having to .ompete wlth colts twloe his age.
Young I t o oy was soid to G. M. Annable when a
eanrllngfor 0s..from whom he was purehased by
the present owner.
TO BRI.SDNN5
Parties wishing to purl.ise a good stalilon for
breeding purposes, don't fall to see these celebra
ted Clyde.alde Staillons, as they are bred from
thloroughbredl astock on both sidesand pronounced
by eompetent Idges to be the best stallons of
tlleir class ever Imported Into thisountry.
Their eoiur Is rich, heads handsome and masncu
ine, shoulders lay well, their back alld oilns pow
erftIl. They have wide chest, good barre., choise
feet.U(d besutifull action, plenty of bone and mss
cie and the beauty of all is, they are close to the
ground aiways,
Apply to
O. B. PICKETT,
Park Hotel.
Tlhe Special Features
Of tile Youth's Companion for thecomlng year in
clude six serial stories slid 1one huldred and fifty
short stories, fully Ilihstrated. Also tales of ad
vantage, Illustrated sIetches of travel, humorous
articles, aclenutlle and historical P~OI les., home.
bold articles, one thousand aneldote, tlnely .4,
torlals onl the leadIng questions of the day, and a
Whole page each week for the little ones. The
Companlonl has wonl a plaeelin the home life ob
talled by ino other oper, and Is read every week
it Ileisciy lin a mli|Jons families. Wibh its double
hollday nIIIIIberFs aI. TYioiiigivngl , Ch istlans
New Year's aYl Fitsr, i. '. " l ir . ap
plelnenpt Its lp Ot P 'll i" ilt| t It iiae
i other weekly 1iljter pspoP c11| .pp l it Ili
value. Itl is relly a 6 aper fo 417 .year.
very subscllibr reeives the suplpieelllts alld
oubenhoid.ay,, umbLersand the annual premnium
list wtltllhitlOli ustatIon. Address, The Youth's
"olalpnon, Boston, Mass. ' tf
Celtsthorpe & Bohn,
Merchanu Tailors,
THE FINEST GOODS CON
STANTLY ON HAND.
Come in and Get Measured.
BETWEEN 4th St. and CENTRAL AVENUE,
GREAT FALLS.
"Blaek lEa e Falls
.A. I T'IO~1T!
THIS ADDITION IS SITUATED ON
CENTRAL AVENUE,
Which is the PRINCIPAL BUSINESS STREET
of the City.
The Cheapest and
Most Valuable
PROPERTY ADJOINING GREAT FALLS.
Buy a LOT in this Addition and
Double Your Money
IN LESS THAN TWO YEARS.
Plats, Prices and Full Particulars from
BARNES & COLLETT,
CENTRAL AVENUE,
Creat Falls, Montana.
Montana's Favorite Line.
MONTANA CENTRAL
o--AND-o
ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS & MANITOBA
RAIL WAYS.
The Great Dining and Sleeping Car Route for St.
Paul, Minneapolis and the East.
Free Sleeping Cars for Second Class Passengers.
P. P. SHELBY, F. I. WHITNEY,
Gen' Manager, Montana Central R'y, ie.l't 'as. tid Ticket Ag et,
HELENA, MONTANA. ST. P., M. &gM. R'Y.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Carriage and Repair Shop.
A. WHYTE,
WqOD WOR IER, I,. i), TAYTOItt
WOOD WOK BLACKSMITH
Blacksmithing & General Repairing.
All oasea sot nork I ur line done In the mo t thorough and workm nlike umllner and at
ahoetnotce. Oak plank bard wood miumer, crriage ian wagon stock for salee Liv
ery and draft horse and mule shoeing at rellsonable prices.
'-Corner of First avenue south and Third street.
E. T. MARSTON,
PRACTICAL
WATCHMAKER AND J EWELER,
A fulillneconstautlyon liancat Eastern prices. All work from a distance Iromptly
attended to. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Sa.asm . SarmCa. BETWEEN CRN ritAL AV.NIE AND FleRT Ar. AiRTBh
C. H. GOODRICH,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Lath, Shingles and Building Material,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
and Finishing Lumber.
COAL and WOOD.
Office---Central Avenue, with Barnes & Collett, and Rocky Moun
tain Telegraph Company.
Office and Yards--4th Ave. and Ist St.,---West side R. R. Tracks.
BRANCH OFFICE--- CENTRAL AVENUE, OPPOSITE PARK HOTEL.
C. A. BROADWATER, Preslennt. C. M. WEBSTER Secretary,
PARIS GIBSON, Vice Preslident. A. . DICKERMAN, Treasurer
THE GREAT FALLS
Water-Power and Townsite
Cornpany.
The Chief Industrial City
OF THr WREAT AID BeRCK DISTRICT OF
NORTHERN MONTANA,
Ta[ CITY OF GRAT FALLS, having the most stupendous available Water.Power on the Americah
continent, is dectined to become the IDUraIAL C.ITY ot the Northwest. The Monltal;na, Smelting
Company is erecting and has in partial operation the most extensive and complete works for'tlhe
reduction of ores n the United States, and Other extensive manulfacturing enterprises will soon,
be Inaugnuated.
The City of Great Falls
Is al ready the Termnuns of th.s, raiicrads m'wit, aon ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS MANITOBA
the MONTANA CENTRIAL, and the GREA'IT FALLS A SAND COULEE BItANCI; and the BELT
MOUNTAIN RAILWAY, connecting our City with the rich and Inexhatustible deposits of Gold,
8llver, Couuper, Lead and Iron, found in the Mlning DIstricts and Camps of Nelhart, Wolf Creek.
PACIFIC RAILWAY also has survey In prolgress by which its conn.ectionl with our City wil
hi secured. GREAT FALLS is
THE COMMERCIAL CENTRE
Of NORTHERN MONTANA. It has a present peculation of about 5,110 and growing rapIdly. En,
terjrises now mer way and to be Inaug.ated will more than double the populatlon this year.
o wntm ine It.c Mountain region offers greater Inducements to the settler or investor, an
all such are respectfull Invited tb come and see for themselves.
For information regarding GREAT FALLS and surrounding country, addresss
Charles M. Webster, Secretary,
GREAT FALLS, MONTANA,
HARD WARE!
HOTCHKISS & HAWKINS
Have the ilnest assortment in Great Falls of
SHELF, BTJILDING & HEAVY HARDWARE
And the Largest Line of
Heating and Cook Stoves
of the best Mannfactnre. Also
GUNS& AMMUNITION
At Prices that defy competition.
All Kinds of Tin Work Done to Order.
CALL AND GET PRICES.
STONE BLOCK, CENTRAL AVENUE.
Centennial Brewing Comoanv,
BUTTE CITY, MONTANA.
Extra Pale Lager
and Export Beer.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Champagne Cider, Soda Water,
Ginger Ale,
AND ALL KINDS OlF
-CARBONATED BEVERAGES.
FINE SHOES.
Large Stock, Low Prices!
Budge & Kenkel,
Phelps Block, Central avenue, Great Falls, Montana.
Milwaukee House,
GREJAT F4LLS, . - JION'T. .
REDUCED TO $2.00 PER DAY.
::::::FIR;T.ScAS IN EVERY RESPECT.:.::::
MATTfS A& OEL, . Proprietkrs.

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