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General Agency of the
L..L.
GREAT FALLS, MONT.
The Monthly Drawing
Capital PIrize,--$300,000,
Will take plac at
NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1889
Tickets Sold---Prizes Cashed.
Address by ordinary letter coitiining money or
des Issued.l by express conlpanles. exchange
draft or podtal note, or tickets, eirculars aild all
informatlon,
JOg RENNEI ,
Great Falls, Mont.
Address registered letters containing currency
to First National Bank, Great Falls, Montana.
Cows, Calves,
Yearlings,
and Two-Year-Olds,
Graded Short-Horns,
Herefords and
Holsteins
For Sale,
AT
SAM DODD'S RANCH, Sun River,
4 Miles West of Great Falls.
ALSO ONE POLLED ANGUS BULL.
REMOVED !!
Opposite Park Hotel.
THE DELMONICO
RESTAURANT,
Great Falls, Mont.
Choice Wines and Liquors.
Rates per day-$-1.0. Weekly Board and iRoo
$7.00.
Open Day & Night.
JUSI HELCLtLU!
3 CAR LOADS
-OF
CEBAR rld F(L
Fencc Posts,
-AT-
LOW RATES.
Goodrich Lumber Yard.
Brigado Major,
THE IIEST
Draft Horse'
In Montana.
Will stand at Major
Field's Ranch, Sand
Coulee, for about ten or
fifteen head of outside
horses as an accommo
dation to the people of
the vicinity.
"Breed to tho Best."
FOR SALE.
One Clyde Stallion,
BAY WITH BLACK POINTS,
Five years old, weight about 1,500 pounds. Well
broken gentle.
Kenneth Mclver.
Cain be seen at Eclipse Stables. 2-tl
W. P. BEACHLEY.
Genera: Stationery and News
Dealer.
A Full Line of Legal Blanks for Sale,
Corner of Central Ave. and Foutrh Street
C. w. C SLtE
Mover of Light
Freight& Baggage
rdiers promptly attended to. Prices reasonable.
Private Boarding.
MRS. C. C. RAY
Ias of. gedal Private Boarding Houste ii the in
viting cottage immediatiely adjoillng
THE MILWAUKEE HOUSE ON THE WEST.
Table Board ilot Excelled in the City.
SMRS. C. C. RAY.
New Store and New Goods.
Mrs. S. M. Whitbeck,
Central Avenue, First Door East of J. C. Thomp
son's oid stalnd.
The Only Millinery Store in Great Falls.
FULL SPRING STOCK
OF MILLINERY JUST OPENED.
Open Again!
LYALL'S BAKERY
laving been closed on account of Mr. Lyall's
Sillness, his partner, Mr. Fred Stevens, will at
tend to the public wants uttil O1r. Lyall is habl
to hbe at his post again.
COME ONE, COME ALL
And Partake of the Good Things Prepared for
You.
CITY
Meat Market
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealer in Fresh- Meats.
CENTRAL AVENUE, iET. BRD AND 4TH M.
Attention Given to Mail Orders.
Will J. Kennedy, Prop'r
JUST RECEIVED:
AT WETZEL'S.
A car load of the celebrated Val Blatz
BOTTLED BEER
And the largest and finest stock of
CICGARS!
In the market. The boys from Canada made
happy by going to WETZEL'S and gettilg the
Genuine Myrtle Navy
T. B. Smoking Tobacco.
O. B. & R. E. PICKETT,
PIOIPRIETa(RS OF
Grove Lake Farm,
SHORT HORN CATTLE.
ORISK.i, IKlNh.RNES CO., N. DAKOTA.
Full Bloods and lll111gb Gradls a Specialty.
Car Load Lots furnished on short Notice.
REFERIENcI.: First Natl. Bank, Valley City, Dak.
Mr. Pickett can be fotlll for a few days at the
Park hotel.
DUNK CAMPBELL'S:
The Buisj PHue!
FOR
LUNCH OR DINNER.
Fulton Market,
IN REAR OF WETZE.L'S SAMIPLE
ROOMS AND IN IASEMENT.
Wants to see all of his friends
TODAY. Jnl4tf
W. G. STARK
Hias opened a new
Feed Store
II Benebtchley's building on Central Avenue. between
4th and 5th streets. Everythlng on hand
that is com prised In a tirst class
feed store.
Headquarters of the Deering Mn wer r nd
Binders.
W. G STARK.
} (more ouse,
Sand Coulee.
Has just been opened alnew by
MR. AND MRS. C. B. PYLE,
Who will make tlis excelletnt house more attrae
live thRiO ever.
OUR TABLE
Will always be supplied ith the best that the
market OIri the sessol altord, dlshesi
up it the ts4 sibstatiil style,
UIow to Slay youllag.
"I10W to Get trongand ills\ to Sty So," ,wis
the title ofe little loul tha t a few years ago nwts
veiry pop- l r . it h per it e iiOltl'elst l d In I lhlyst'ill
eulture. lut hbook w'licl.h should i 11 n. hbow to
sta young would be still nmore Popsh.lar Sayi5n
nothln.g bout the fabl ied Poutnrti of Youth.,
niohllb Poice de Leot l se::sehd flr. there is 11o
lhestioli tilat oilebh u01S be donet t1 "osyc
T'e obss erv c' . i oniil iad selssbie lst ientlci
rules, tIhe use of sltillhIsbl' it whIsiOtSOm f°oss i.d.rd
keeIig re-nlir holrsi' l i lll to nliusi ti I ,resert'
yo Ithl Ont of tile greatest u oll 0s is , V , lit
worry. 'W ,es t ', out tr ,,'li' beste 15 o t S: s5l'l itl.
worry Is to tke 'lis' it 5' "t; i r " iits . O -
tr icks. its I tia s slss lss t• rs * , all 'trt ' sIC
li etits srali furnsllhel on its !'erls le ,ss ligi'5i
' i ssik" '' ,orry' sslss l sl' l5 libsis' bl For "ll
informatl on as to itllI ' , wr'te to 1'
( 0ibon1, Agetnt. C. B. l N I. I lt t se llts. .oss7'
m
In this line I carry the most
Complete Stock!
white Blanks
1 O ot .
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.
THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF GREAT FALLS, MONT.
C A uthorized Capital, - $1,000,000 00
Paid in Capital, - - 100,000. 00
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Of the First National Bank at Great
.e Falls, in the State of Montana, at the
close of business, May 13, 1889.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts...................$302,55 87
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.... 7,487 79
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation ....... 25,00000
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages...
Due from approved reserve agents..... 28,735 38
Due from other National Banks........ 50,231 57
Due froem State Banks and bankers.... 5.63 61
Real estate, furniture and fixtures..... 11,845 86
Current expenses and taxes paid...... 3,228 31
Premiums paid ...................... 1.600 00
Checks and othercash items............ 1,008 20
Bills of other Banks............... 4,599 00
e. Frac. paper cur., nickels and dimes.... 15 45
Specie .............................. . 9,379 10
Legal-tender notes............... 4,20000
Redempltlon fund with U. S. Treasurer
(5 per cent. of circulation)........... 1,125 00
Total ............................. . $456.805 14
I.IAIIItTIEt.
Capitalstock paid n.................. $10.0) 0000
Snrplus fund ....................... 15,000 00
Undivided profits ...................... 21,469 81
National Bank notes outstanding...... 22,600 00
Divldends unpaid ......................
Individual deposits subject to check.. 160,184 36
Demand certificates of deposit........ 183,413 14
Certified checks..................... 25 00
Due toother National Banks.......... .3,214 60
r Due to State Banks and bankers....... 998 2
Total ........................... $456,805 14
STATE OF MONTANA, Iss
S County of Cascade.
L I, T. E. Collins, president of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that tIne above state
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and be
lief. T. E. COLLINS, President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st
day of May, 1889. F. GEO. HELDT,
Notary Public.
PARIS GIBSON,
A. E. DICKERMAN,
IRA MYERS,
Directors.
MONTANA
--AND
PHONOGRAPHIC INSTI
TUTE.
C mplete in Every department. Agents for de
Crandall Typewriter.
HAHN & WALTERS,
GOLD BLOCS, HELENA. MONTANA.
N .OT DELAY YOUR BUBSCRIPTIOT FOb
LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE,
which b now sands in the frnt rnk of moSthly p5M
tlons eed occupies the position of
A LEADER AMONG LEADERS.
Each umber contlinls A COMIPLETE NOVEL.aow a
aiberl quantity -f mieoe ltsneeus matter of an ietetel.st.
..idnsructie l ht.re. Oao year' ubseripitioa give
LIBRARY OF 12 COMPLETE NOVELS
by Ameicin anthoc, toeather with AN ABUNDANCE
OF sIII:'1 STORI.E. POEMS, ESSAYS, snd aa
,f uueust iatercs- to -oneryl reader making volume tL
NEARLY TWO THOUSAND PAGES.
The L cCsser of LiyeoP1c'. tandsepd i flaresM hs
the a lcals of M slin p.blilhing, and tedsy ftlDll I
cit e is welmead in .ry.7 halit. vilia towa. .06 111
throughout the United States.
The belt writers of the age have bee.n i.read and
featurel will, from time tio ime, be adad whihwiallgi
to LeIcnTr"'s
A DISTINCTIVE PLACE OF ITS OWN.
Amelite Rive.s, Edgar Saltue, John abbe..o. Edg.b
Fawcett. Captain Chales Kin, U.S.A., GOnis ln. .L
ElliottSeawell. SeliiaDol.,ui. auriMn Bkerrym°or
and many other will contribute to its psaa.e EriSb. For
full proepeetul, addresl Lipplaontt~s lu.lame, lhi
elphi cen gle ainumber. pe year.
t r sacmpla opi.
. Got Left. TI
"What induced you to go to Oklahomal"
asked Ofcer Button at the Third street
depot of a man on satches and his head
bound up.
"To start a graveysr," was the blunt re
ply
"We1wlNhy didn't you!"
."eea tiwafseiow had come up from Ar
kansas to .tarutihospital, and he got in on
me Brst."--Detra Pree Pres.
Msultli of the Spalding Tour.
Excited Natives (to shipwrecked sailor just F
washed ashore)--For heaven's sake, tell us,
quick! Is a man out if he doesn't touch first T
base when he makes a home runt-Life.
How a Butcher Dwindled.
One morning Opie P. Read came into the a
Dhicago Press club rooms, where a number
of the members were seated chatting. Opie
did not take part in the conversation, but j
sat by one of the open windotws smoking his tl
huge pipe and evidently thinking profoundly. o
"Something on your mind, Opie?" asked B
one of the boys.
"Yes. My butcher is on my mind, and be
is the biggest butcher you ever saw. If 1 :
didn't have a ponderous mind I never could
hold that butcher on it. Look at me," said -
he, standing up at full height, showing a
form more than six feet tall and massive in
its proportions. "Look at me; I'm a pretty
big man myself, but. sir, as I came by that
butcher shop this morning the butcher was
standing out in front and I walked right be
tween his legs The'top of my head wasn't
as high as his instep. I should have had to
reach up to unlatch his shoes."
"How much do you owe your butcher,
Opie!" asked Mr. James W. Scott, the presi
dent of the club, and business manager of
The Herald.
"A hundred and twenty dollars, sir," said
Mr. Read.
That afternoon Mr. Scott sent a check for
$150 to Opie, saying it was an advance on a
story he wished him to write for The Herald.
The next morning, when Opie strode into
the club, somebody asked:
"Has your butcher grown any since yester
day I"
f "Grown! No, sir. This morning I walked
into his place with $150 i+, gold clinking and
jingling in my pocket.
"'Where's that butcher?" I asked.
"'Here I am,' said a faint, timid, little
voice that seemed to come up fromn the cellar.
"'Wherel' said I.
"'Here, right here by your left foot.
- Don't move or you'll step on me.'
"I got down on my hands and knees and
examined a speck on the floor. It was the
butchler."- Washington Post.
A Mild Request.
18
57
Collins (to McCann, the forenuta)--Say,
86 John I wud yes jist as lief ax Murphy, behind
31 tamon.shwing .ssslidgesideways- .Judge.
The Arizona Kicker.
THANKs.-Judge Burrows entered The
0 Kicker office the other day in his usual quiet
41 and dignified manner and laid three cucum
10 oers on our table and witlhdrew. They are
of his own raising, and of superior breed and
finish. We thank the judge from the bottom
of our heart. Such things prove to the editor
00 that he is not forgotten. We shall publish
a two column sketch of the judge next week.
14 UNKNOWN 'RIENDs.-Some time during
Monday night seone kind hearted but un
known friend left a piece of rope about ft
0 teen feet long, beautifully noosed, on our
00 steps as a present for our faithful work in this
81 community. We took it in and shall treas
0 ure it highly.
The editors of The World, Herald, Tinmes
and other New York sheets toil from sun to
36 sun and are hardly known by name. Scarce
14 ly a day passes that we do not receive dead
head tickets and beautiful little mementoes
to prove that the busy world is not too busy
00 to remember us. Cum solis. Which means,
21 'tls well.-Detroit Free Fress.
- hy He Smiled.
14 Smith-De Binks, why that satisfied smilet
You don't look like a man who has just been
fined $10 and costs for fast driving.
ed De Binks-Why, man alive, I just sold that
te- old nag of mine for $150 more than he was
worth. Did it on the strength of the fine.
Who wouldn't smiler-Kearney (Neb.) Enter.
ri.e
FOUR NEW STATES,
South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana
land VasllllnlgtOll.
On February 22, 1889, the President signed tihe
bill creating South Dakota, North lDakota, Mon
tana and Washington States of tile Union.
MacONTANA THE (tol.iEN.-Tre;asures I hernlmines
of her precolas metals; wealth in her 4,fS0,WO
head of live stock; profit in her fertile fields, pro
ducing a larger yield of crops thalnl ally other state
or territory; thle richest country per inhabitasntou
the earth; where prosperity is universal; which
has thle best paid labor in the world; a almy
winter climate, causetd y warns winds fromnt the
Pacific. The St. Paul, Minneapolis & M;anitoba
Railway is the only railroad passing through a
contlinuous agriculturalt country frot St. Paul a;l:d
Mlnneapolis to the Rocky Mountnsi. it runs
thronugh the great reservation of 18t. X)O000acresof
Iand, free to settlers, in the Milk Rivelr tvalley.
Wood, water and co;al ill abundance; nli irrigation
required; the only linle paIissing through Great
alls with its 1,0c,0o 0 Ihorse power cataracts, bn
niense coal veins. r, and surroullding f;irnercountry
of free land; through Helena, the calpitai city land
commlercial center of Montaina, and Butte, the
richest ninlng camp ol n earth, to San Francisco
by the Columbia river vailley, Portlalnd iand Shasta
route, or Ogden. Utah. to California points. Re
nmember this is the only lille running diotng ears,
sleeping ears and free colonists sleepers of its own
front St. Paul and Mitneapollis to (Great Falls,
Belenai anud Butte. It is also the shsrtest line to
Butte.
For fulrther Information, maps, rates anld pub
lications in regard to the resources of the four
new States, write or applyy to F. I. Whitney, Gen'l
Pass. and Ticket Agt., St. P., M. & M. Ry., St.
Paul, Minn.
SIXTY MILLION
Of people is what we confidently expect the next
United States census to show as the population of
the Great Republic. One-fourth of the whole
inulnser live in tite States of Illinois, lowa, Mitne
sota, Missouri, Wisconsli, Nebraska. Kansas dlind
Colorado-that is, in States reictlles by the litles
of lthe great Burliingtotn systems. In other words,
if you want to get to the provincial cities and
towns of a sectlol which contains one qluarter of
the Amnerican people, you should secure your
tickets via "The Burliiletoi." It goes everywhere
and oftfers to the traveler the best accomnloda
tions which mosthy, skill and taste can provide.
Its lines pL.s throughll the finest tand mtost pictur
esque portions of the West. For mlaps, tlme
tables, etc., address W. J. C. KE.YTON, (Gen. Pass.
Agent, St. Paul. Minsi. mS-t
Don't fail to see our complete line of
Featherbone Corsets at 75c, $1.25, $1.50.
Guaranteed not to break.
JOE (.' lNlti),
The Star that Leads Them all!
The Domestic
Sewing Machine.
It leads while others follow.
The Lightest and Easiest Runnlng Machine
in the Market.
J. N . WHITE,
Sole Agent for Cascade County, Second street.
between Central and First avenue north.
CHICAGO,
MILWAU.KEE
& ST. PAUL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Fast Mall Line with Vestibuled Traias between
Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Trans-Continental Route between Chicago,
Council Bluffs,. Onuilma and the Pacific Coast.
Great National Route between Chicago, Kan
sas City and St. Joseph. Mo.
700 Miles of Roain reaching all principal
points in llinois, WiLrscOnsin, MinnesotIct, lowa,
Mtsourl and Dakota.
For maps, tinme tables, raises of Mssage anld
freight, etc.; applyto the nearest statIon agent of
the CHIACO, MILWAUKEE O ST. PAUL RAILWAy.
or to any Railroad Agent anywhere In the Worldl.
ROSWELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
General Manager. Gen. Pass. and Tkt. Agt.
..g"For information In reference to Lansl an d
ToWns owned by the CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE , ST,
PAUL RAILWAY COMPANY,. write to ii. (G. HAUGEs.
.-ndConmlisslouer. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
MONTANA'S 'FAVORTIE ROUTE
TO THE PACIFIC COAST.
THE MONTANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
Connectlng at Butte with
THE UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY
For Portland, San Francisco, Los Angelos
and all points South and West.
No. 3, Montana-Pacific Express leaves
6REAT FALLS, THE EASTERN TERMINUS,
Daily at 11:45 P. M.
No. 4, St. Paul-Atlantic Express arrives
at Great Falls Daily at 3:20 P. M.
PALACE SLEEPING CARS,
LUXURIOUS I)INING CARS,
MAGNIFICENT D)AY COACHES,
-AND-
FREE SLEEPING CARS
For secoud-class passengers on all trains.
Through tickets to the above points
are now on sale at Groat Falls. For fur
ther information call on or address any
agent of this company, or
M, P, BENTON, P, P, SHELBY,
Pass. Agent. Gen'L Manager,
HELENA. HELENA,
GO EAST
VIA THE
Northern Pacific Railroad,
-AND
GREAT SHORT LINE
-TO
All Eastern Cities..
250 Miles T"'ito est Chicago
.ind, ./1ll Points East.
'1IHE ONLY
Through Car Line,
Low Rates, Quick Time,
Pullman Palace Cars.
NORTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE.
The following Is t ttilue of thle Irrivlllsand IC
parture of trains on tile Northern Pacilic on the
new schedule, takhlig effect J.ne 2:
ARRIVALS AT HELENA.
No. 1-Through West Bound Express, 2:50 p nll.
No. 2-Through East Bound Express, 7:20 p. m.
No. 8--Butte, Missoula & Helena Ex, 12:20 p. in.
No. 10-Marysville Passenger, 8:40 a. it.
No. 22-RhlimInl accom., Mon.Wed. Fri. 5:00 p. Il.
No. 5-Wckes antd Boulder pas'nger, 10:05 it. III.
Marysville accolunodation 2::i0 It. mt.
DEPARTURES FROM HELiENA.
No. 1-Through West Bound Expr:,ss, 3:15 p. ill.
No. 2 -Through East Bound Express, 7:35 p. Im.
No. 7 Helelna, Butte & Missoula Ex, 7:':5 a ll.
No. 9--Marysville Passenger, 3:30 p. II.
No. 21-Rlinini Accoln. MolnWed. Fri. 8:15a11. .
No. 6-- Wickes a d Bottitler Passenger4:181 p. mi.
-No. 11.--Marysville a:eotntllllOl iltloll, 10:(010 . II.
1'Flor Full InllformathIl. address)
A. D EI(;A1B, (en'l Ag't, .elela.
C. S. FEE, Ge(n. Lass Agt. St Paul.
TICKEIS ON SILE
T(1 AlL
Principal Points
EAST, wEST,
NORTH & SOUTH
-AT-
28 North Main St., Heleina.
A. E. VEAZIE,
Pass. Agent.
J. A. LEWIS,
Gen'l. Agent, Untte, Mollut
Leading Business Houses of Helena, Montana.
PORTR , P ., J. M. DUTTONVIce-Pres., H. C. STEVENS, See. and Trear
The Helena Steam Heating and Supply Company.
(Incorporated 1888.)
STEAM HEATING ENItIERS.
-MANUFACTURERS OF
Steam Heating Apparatus
Dealers in Mine and Mill Supplies, Iron Pipe and F:t
tings, Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters' Supplies."
203 North Main Street. Helena, Moll
A. I Holter fardwarsto.
KHelena, Montana.
General Hardware, Mining, Railway, Fire Department and Mill
Supplies, Engines and Boilers- Knowles Steam
Ptimps, Water Wheels, Steam and
Horse Power fuists: Giant, Judson, and Black Powder. 0
Cans and Fuse.
F. S. LANG & CO.
Emporium For---
House Furnishing zBosis,
Helena, - Montana.
GAYlVANIZED RON CORNICES DELIVERED ALL .iMPLETE
On the Building.
Sky-Lights, Signs and all orna
mental work in Copper Zinc
and Iron.
- Largest Stock of -
Hot Air Furnaces
In the West, Specially adapted to Montana, and their Successful
Working Guaranteed.
Show Cases in Every Form and Style.
HELENA BUSINESS COLLEGE
-AND-
NORMAL TRAINING.SCHOOL
(Establlihed in 188J,)
An Institution Endorsedtbtyi e Helena
Board of Trade and more tl n Leading
Business and Professional tMlt f Helena,
also scores of Personal Testimtnlails fromn
all over the Territory.
Courses of Study:
Business Course,
Shorthand Course,
Normal Course,
Art tCourse.
All Common and Higher Eulllsh Banclhes.
Shorthlunld Instructloitby Mall.
All classee hi charge of tklerleneedl pro
lessor. The latest antd be t Intltods used
in teaching all tunehes. Rates of tultion
-modernte.
Send for Illustrated cirenlars p&n6 photo
grld Ihs of the different d neirtjlnts of the
College. Addres all letters to
H. T. Englehorn, Pres., Helena, M. T.
o ASSAY OFFICE
--AND
Chemical Laboratory.
iA. W. HAND,
Galen BIlock, Main Street, Foot of Broadway, Hlelena, M. T
Postollice box 711.
StAMPLES ItY MAIL RtECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
f Ringwald & Carrier,
CLOCKS, WATCHES,& JEWELRY
FOR NORTHERN MONTANA.
They buy directly from manufacturers in the East and their prices are as low as any
in the East and satisfaction guaranteed. Repairing a specialty.
OLD BANK BUJlI)INO, CliHIRAL AVT.U.
5. T. HAUSER. pREsrT, E. W. KNIGol, 0.01H.5
A. J. DAVIB, ViLE PReaS T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT. ASST. CoAScslr
QEOD H. HILL, ICD ASrST CASHIER,
S164948.
First National Bank.
-U. 8. DEPOSITORY.
Pioneer National Bank of Helena, Montana.
CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $525,000.
E. R. CLINGAN,
-I)EAL5.R IN
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
THE BEST PRtICE PAID FORl GRAIN AND COUNTRY PRODUCIT Cf3+
Belt, : : Montaia.
THIRD STREET BLACKSMITH SHOP
w'lhere all classes of work n111 j lille is chroe il II
First-Class Job Shop,
At Short Notiee.
A Good Wood Shop in Connection
Livery and Fancy Horseshotilig a .ISpellalty.
H. CRISS, - - - Prop'ietor

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