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We have a large stock of fine goods consisting of
Bed Room Suits, Ladies Desks, Chairs, parlor Goods, Sideboards, Mattresses, Bed Lounges, Buffetts, Carpets, Folding Beds, Cheffouiers, Rugs, Library Desks, Dining Suits, Pictures, Ole Desks. Tables, Etc., Etc., And everything that is usually kept in a first class Furniture Store which we will sell for Twenty Per Cent. Less Than you can buy in Helena or any city in Montana. Come and see us. 1*. M. Powers. Celsthorpe & Bohn, TNHE BOSS: NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS FOR FALL TRADE. Come in and Get Measured. Central Avenu., few Doors East of First National Bank, GREAT FALLS. PORTER, Pres., J. M. DUTTON,Vcle-Pres., H. C. STEVENS, See. and Treas The Helena Steam Heating and Supply Company. (Incorporated 1888.) STEAM HEATING ENGINEERS. --IMANUFACTURERS OF Steamn 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, Mon HELENA BUSINESS COLLEGE -AND NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOL. (Established in 1888,) An Institution Endorsed by the Helena Board of Trade and more than 250 Leading Business and Professional Men of Helena also scores of Personal Testimonials from all over the Territory. Courses of Study: Business Course, Shorthand Course, Normal Course, Art Course. All Common and Higher English Branches. Shorthand Instruction by Mall. All classes in charge of experienced pro lessors. The latest and best methods used - n teaching all blanches. Rates of tuition moderate. Send for illustrated circulars and photeo graphs of the different departments of the College. Address all letters to H. T. Englehorn, Pres., Helena, M. T. General Blacksmithin & Shoein SEOP. SHO'II1TG- A SPA B OIAtL.TX. Diseases of the feet treated free of charge and a cure guaranteed. Keep on hand the Never Slip Shoes, The Old Reliable Goodenough Shoes AND PERKINS STEEL SHOES. Shop on 2nd avenue south, between Second and Third Sts. W. D. RANDALL, Prop. W.FA share of your patronge kindly solicited, netf E. R. CLING-AN, -DEAL. IBN--, GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. THE BEST PRICE PAID FOR GRAIN &ND COUNTRY PRODUCR Belt, Montana. S THIRD STREET BLACKSMITH SHOP. Where all classes of work in my line is done in a First-Class Job Shop, At Short Notice. A Good Wood Shop in Connection. Livery and Fancy Horseshoeing a Specialty. H. CRISS, - - - Proprietor [ E. T. MARSTON, -. PRACTICAL * WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. A fullline constantly on handat Eastern prices. All work from a distance promptly attended to. Satisfaction guaranteed. SBOaND SaTwrH. BrTW.rs CENOBAL AVE.rIIRST AXn Av. So.r.l S. T. HAIra, Prest. E. W. KIowr, Cashier. A. J. DAvIs, Vice-Prest. T. H. KLINSCHMIDT, Asst. Cashier. G4 H. HILL, Asst. Cashier.' ®-., - 1649.' First National Bank. --u.ts. DEPOSITORY.- PIONEER NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA, MONTANA.! OAPITAL, 800 000. \,SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $5.5,O000 Going higher. Lra Beansoup (to Mr. Frontroom)-jSo you attended the meeting of the Independent Order of Boarders last night! 0 Mr. Frontroom-lI accidentlystumbled into Chi the meeting. br "And you declared in burning words that y7 the time has come when boarders should rise bi above the tyranny of the boarding house we keeper." 'I may have said something to that effect. "Well, as you wish to rise, I've sent your th trunk up to the fourth floor, back. Next time you make a bad break about boarding B' house tyranny, you'll room on the roof." ha Still Ahead. al ci I H Another o ce He-I've got a brother apericeman d She-Dat's nuffin. I've got 'r bruthera la nangeL-Lfe. Another Romance. V Several years ago a young Englishman, w who had just landed in this country, sought a employment in Chicago. He appeared to be d fairly well educated, and was of gentlemanly T bearing. He declared, on more than one Oo- h casion when he applied for work, that he was willing to do almost anything--all he wanted was a chan-e. He confessed,.however, that he was not competent to perform work that required any great degree of skill, and, as a last resort, began to work in a butcher's shop. Although immeasurably superior, in tellectually, to his associates, he did not hold I himself above them, but strove to make the d most of his situation, and, above all, to mas- a taer every detail of the trade. He saved his I money, became known as an authority on cutting up meat, and, in fact, was at one time summoned before court to give expert testimony in a case involving the assassina tion of a cow. One day recently, shortly after the young I man had opened a shop of his own at 748 North Saysfield street, a business looking 1 man entered. "Is Mr. John De Vere int" "That's my name," the young butcher an swered. "I have thrilling news for you. Your grandfather is dead, and you are now the ' owner of Three Oaks castle. Come with me." There was a sensation in butcher circles, and there was much rejoicing among the cleaver men. Mr. De Vere returned to England, and a dispatch in the papers the other day an nounced the fact that he had been knighted, and that hereafter he will be known as Sir Loin.-Arkansaw Traveler. That Was Different. "Can I-I have a word with you in pri vate?" stammered the young man, as hestood at the door of the private office. "Come in!" replied the head of the firm. "Now, what isf" "You--you are aware of the fact that I" "That you have been with this house for four years. Yes, sir, I am aware of thatfact. Want to leavel" "Oh, no." "Didn't know but you had had a better offer. If so, you can go." "That's not it, sir." "Oh, it isn't. Want an increase of salary, do you? Well, you won't get it. We are now paying you all you are worth and a little more." S"It isn't that, sir." "It isn't! Then what are you driving at?" "I wan't your daughter Molly." "Humphi That's different. Go and take her and be hanged to you! I thought you were fishing for a raise of salary."-Detroit Free Press. To the Minister's. id He-Now, dearest, that we are out for a Swalk, is there any place you are particularly o desirous of going to! I am at your service. S She (shyly)-Yes, George; I would like to go to that big white house over on the next corner. He-All right, dear. Some friend of yours lives there, I suppose. She-Yes, George, the minister. He "caught on."-Yankee Blade. She Had Given Her Mite. (On the way to Sunday school)-Mamma, you haven't given me my five cents yet to send to the heathen. "I have just given it to the heathen my self, Tommy. The conductor charged me full fare for you."-Chicago Tribune. What Did the Business. Tom Speedie-I understand that your old aunt altered her will at the last moment, leaving you out in the cold. Cut you off with a shilling, eh! Jack Goephast-No: cut me of witha cod ill.- -lawrenc American. Gals. Sometimes I sorter think as how The eastern gal's the best, An' then I sumway cotton to The gal from out the west The eastern gal has got an eye Like brlers--sharp an' keen. But then that western maiden's got A form that's like a queen. Sumn folks prefer the one, an' sum Prefer the other sort, But when a ledge has got to say. It socks him to report. For 'pinyuns differ when it comes To size 'em side by side, Espashallywhen a poor man Is countin' on a bride. Thar's larnin' in the east, I know, An' wealth out in the west; But when it comes to choose between- By gum that is the test. The eastern maiden loves hur book, The western maid hur farm; An' so between 'em both, you see, They have a takin' charm. I'm deep in love with east an' west An' don't know which to choose; Perhaps I'd better stop to think Both on 'em might refuee! I'll try the east-the west I mean Eh I kissed plum on the mouth? I've changed my mind an' now will take This rosebud from the south. --H. 6. Keller in Judge. Epoch. The transition from long, lingering and painful sickness to robust healviduth marks an epoch in the life of the individual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the agency whereby the good health has been attained is grate fully blessed. Hence it is that so much health, to the uee of the Great Alterative and Tonic. If you are troubled with any disease of Kidneys, Liver or Stomach, of long or short standing youwill surely find relief by use of the Electric Bitters. Sold at 50c. and $1 per bottle at Lapeyre Bro's Drug Store. Very Smart Babic. An instance of premature dentition caie to light yesterday. George Droese cher, who is employed in the Gambrinus brewery, married, a year ago, the 18 year-old daughter of Jacob Wetterer, a brewer. Three weeks ago Mrs. Droescher was delivered of a girl baby. It was per fectly formed and weighed ten pounds. The first thing to attract attention was the fact that the little one had an unusual a growth of very dark hair, the mother b: being a perfect blonde. The hair was nearly an inch long. The family could i hardly believe it when the mother called I them in and showed that the babe had also been born with the two lower in- E cisors almost full grown, while with the finger could be felt the rest of the teeth on both jaws. Since then the up. per and lower molars have made their appearance, and the babe has a full grown set of teeth in sight. Mrs. Tibbles, of Oregon street, gave birth to a boy baby on Dec. 8. Dr. Haile, who was in attendance, found that the child, which is a fine, fully de. veloped male, had five upper teeth in front, well through the gum. The lower teeth were just under the skin, ready to pop through. Dr. Haile then made a thorough examination of the baby's mouth, and was greatly astonished to find two molars in the upper jaw, on op posite sides, as large as the nail of the little finger of a man, They were well out of the gum and had been out evi dently some time before birth. They were as far advanced as those of a child of 6 years. Opposite these teeth, in the lower jaw, were two 'nore molars just under the skin, through which they were ready to cut. All the other teeth were plainly visible through the gum, and it is very probable that in a few days the child will have a full set cut. The mother is a healthy woman and has had several children, all of whom, how ever, cut their teeth at the proper periods.-Cincinnati Telegram. The Coming Princes Albert Victor. I hear from a high English source that the Princess Feodore of Schleswig-Hol stein, who did the Eiffel tower the other day, chaperoned by her elderly maiden aunt, Amelie, of the same house, is in all likelihood the coming Princess Albert Victor of Wales. She is a sister of the German empress and a niece of Prince Christian, the dull old husband of the best of Queen Victoria's daughters, is going on 16, looks a good sort of girl, and is almost pretty. But she is not likely to improve when the bloom of youth departs, and she wants winsome graces. Evidently she has not come to her full height. When she does, she will probably be as tall as her imperial sister. The queen would like to secure to her the crown of Great Britain, because she a is descended from her majesty's mother, the Duchess of Kent, whose first hus I band was Prince Leiningen. Princess Feodore has been a good deal here with a party of aristocratic English friends, some of whom are connections of her aunt-in-law on the maternal side, Coun tess Gleichen. Count Gleichen aban I. doned his high born German status to d marry Laura Seymour, and is a profes sional sculptor, high in the queen's . favor. Against German etiquette she has been latterly styling them both se t rene highnesses. An objection to the r proposed royal match is that thayoung . lady's mother is in a madhouse. There is already more than a touch of insanity in the royal family of England.-Paris r Letter. The Gninnes Gift. - The magnificent gift of Sir Edward Guinness may be accepted without any y fear that it will demoralize the class which it is intended to benefit. The £200,000 which are to be invested for the better housing of the London poor will be, in the most unfavorable event, an ex tension of the Peabody scheme, which has been found in practice not to have done much for the destitute population 0 that lives upon cas'lty labor. The neat and comfortable tenements have been occupied by respectable and thriving artisans, and very great has been the - benefit which they have received. But the object of Sir Edward Guinness is to provide decent homes for the class below them-to let the tenements at rents with in the means of the poorest. Yes, but these are the persons who have no means at all-no regular means, none that will * insure the periodical payment of even the smallest rent. That Sir Edward Guinness' gift will do much good cannot be denied; but it will require very cau tious handling to make it do just that kind of good which is intended.-St. James Gazette. A New Italian Coin. A dollar is to be struck in Italy, larger in size and greater in value than the familiar five lire piece. The old Marie Therese is to be the model. Even in coins, and even in Italy, they seem to be going back to the old patterns. The Marie Therese thaler is not now so unusual as it used to be. There is a tendency in coins to locate themselves. To this day the forty franc pieces of the First Na poleon, rare in the north of France and not often met in Paris, are in free circu lation on the Rivera. The new coin will, of course, have on the reverse the fa miliar effigy of King Humbert and be surrounded by an inscription setting forth the Italian sovereignty over its African possessions.-American Banker. Sailors Try to Ride Down a King. Some of the sailors from the German war ship Sophie made a dastardly at tempt to injure Mataafa the other day. He was coming home from church, at tended by one or two of his guard, when several German sailors, who were horse back riding, galloped near him, driving him up against a fence. He, thinking that the matter was purely accidental, did not take any notice until they turned their horses and galloped toward him again. One of them again rode close past him, when one of his guard raised his rifle and made a move to protect the king. The king ordered him not to fire, but it is needless to say the Germans de casiped.-Apia Telegram in San Fran cisco Chronicle. Across the Water. Dining cars are now in use on some of the European railways. They are sadly deficient in the elements which recom mend them to the leading American roads. The dining cars on the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba railway, are the finest equipped in the west. Daily Coaches. On or about the first of November I will run a coach daily each way between Great Falls, Neihart and Barker, when I will be prepared to accommodate fully, the traveling public. I have purchased for this route new Concord coaches and will have as good a line as any in Mon ana. LEw GO5LN, Prop. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTIOR! Over a Millioas Distributed. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY r Incorporated by the Legislature, for Educatiol al and Charltable purpoes, and itsfranchise made a part of the present State Constitutlon, In 1879. a by an overwhelming popular majority. Its MAMMOTH DRAWINGS take place Semi-Annually, (Jnue and December), and its GRAND SINGLE hNUMBEt DRAW INGS take piace in each of the other ten months in the year, and are all drawn in public, at the Academy of Munic, New Or Famed for Twenty Years For Integrity of its Drawins, and Prompt Payment of Prizes. Attested as follows: "We do hereby certify that we supervise the arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi-An nual Drawings of the Louisiana State Lottery Company, and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves, and that the same are con ducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and weo authorize the company to use itis certificate, with facimlies our sig- Al natures attached, in its advertisement." Commlssioner. We the undersigned Banks and Bankers wllpay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana State Lotteries which maybe presentedat our counters: R.M.WALMSLEY,OPres. Louisiana Nat. Bk. SPIERRE LANAUX, Pre. State Nat'l. Bk. A. BALDWIN, Pres. New Orleans Nat. Bk. CARL KOSN, Pres. Union Nationallank. d Grand Monthly Drawing, At the Academy of Music, New Orleans, Tuesday, January14 1890. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000 S100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each. Halves $10; Quarters $5; Tenths, $a;i Twentieths $1. LIST OF PRIZ 1 PRIZE OF 0 W is..... .......... 00,00 1 PRIZE OF 100,000 is................ 100,000 1PRIZEOF 50,000 Is ................. 0,000 t 1 PRIZE OF 21,000 Is................. 251,000 1 2 PRIZESOF 10,000 are............... 20,000 5PRIZES OF 5,000 are............... 2,000 25 PRIZES OF 1,000 are ............. 25,0O 100 PRIZES OF 100 are............... 60,000 n No PRIZES OF 00 are .............. 60,000 I 500 PRIZES OF 200 are.............. 100,000 1 APPROXIMATION PRIZS. e 100 Prizes of 610) are................... 60,000 100 do 00 are................... 0,000 :e 100 do 200 Oare.................. 20,00 e TERMINAL PRI2. is 999 do 100 are .................... 99,900 1,999 do 100 are .................... 99,900 t 3,134 Prizes amounting to...........$1,054,800 I NOra.--Tickets drawing Capital Prizes are not ntitled a to terminitaPrizes. S AGENTS WANTED. :1 FOR CLUB RATES, Or any further informa tion desired, write legibly to the undersigned, or clearly stating your residence, with State, County, Street and Number. More rapid return mall de livery will be assured by your enclosing an Envel r, lope bearing your full address. SIMPORTANT. sAddress M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La., l or 3. A. Dauphin, SWaashington, D.C. e By ordinary letter, containing Mioney Order issued by all Express Companies, New York Ex fl change, Draft or Postal Note. ~ - Address Registered Letters Containing Cur to rancyto !& NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK, IsNew Orleans, La. he "REMEMBER, that the payment of Prizes Is GUARANTEED) BY YOUR NATIONAL - BANKS of New Orleans, and the tickets are he signed by the President of an Institution, whose Schartered rights are recognized in the highest Courts; therefore, beware or all imitations or Oe anonymous schemes. .ty ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US in ri any Drawing. Anything in our name offered for less than a Dollar is la swindle Life Insurance Co. T ET OL' E5T, TEZ BEST, THE MOST 3ZAS, Of any Company in the World. T. GAHAGAN, Will Furnish Rate., Eto. See Him. Great Falls, Mont. I"Oflce opposite Park Hotel. nl9tf MONEY TO L O.ZA 1! ON RANCHES. LOW RATES! LONG TIME! Opposite Park Hotel. GREAT FALLS, - . MONTANA. LIST OF $la 1nrEM FOR SALE AT The Leader Office ITnT LEADER COMP'AN has a large stock of Blanks on hand and can supply all kinds. They Include: Real Estate Blanks. Warranty Deed, uit ClaIm Deed. Deed of Bargain and Sale. Real Estate Mortgage. Chattel Mortgage. Bill of Sale. Builders Contract. Water Rightsa. Acknowledgements, Certificates of Inooraporgeon. Satisfaction of Mortgage. Liens. Mining Blanks. Notices of Location and all kinds of Mining Blanks. Coal Land Declaratory Statement-the only correct blank published. Coal Land Private Entry. Coal Land Affidavit of Purchase. LAND OmFICEBLANBS. Preemption Blanks. Homestead Application and Affidavit. Non-Mineral Affdavit. Affidavits for Contests. Timber Culture Application and Affidavit. Desert Land Applications and Affidavis. Preemption and Final Proof Papers. Homestead Final Proof Papers. Also a complete set of JUSTICE'S BLANKS, In cludlng: Summons. Undertaking on attachment. SVenire. Writ of Attachment. Warrant of Arrest. Execution. Joint Judgment. Mittimus. Mlttimus on Examination. Recognizance. Notice mof Appeal. mP nmn Subpoena. I Search Warrant. Undertaking on Appeal from Fine and Imp ment. Undertaking on Claim Delivery d Complaint. Bond to keep the Peace. Meat Market Dealer in Fresh Meats. 1 OCKTRAL ATmOr . BEgr. 81RD AND 4T) re The Attention Given to Mail Orders. Will J. Kennedy, Prop'r The ALIVE TODAY You may be DEAD TOOBBOW. The MORAL: Insure in a sound Life Insurance Company with T. GAHAGAN, Great Falls. JoaN c. PAULIaM. x, . M'OONUaLL. PAULSEN & McCONNELL, ARCHITECTS, HELENA, - - - MONTANA. Th Attendstrictly to Architectural Work. Plans and specifications drawn. Work supervised. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN ALL WORE Th Archie McDonald, PROPE Ro Arcade Restaurant. Open Day and Night. eeondStreet, opposite the Luther Bloek, Great T SFalls, Montan Boardper week ..........................5.... 00 LMeals.................................. ...... Brekfast 6 to 9 a m. Dinner, 1 to pm. Sp der, 6 to 8 oiocpm. ltt NEIHART HOTEL. M. F. BOLAND, Prop., NEIHART, - - - - MONTANA , G. W. PHILLIPS, M. D., GLASGOW, MONTANA. 0 Late House Sergeon St. Joseph's Hospital, St. 0 Paul, Minn. Surgeon St. P., M. & M. R'. HELENA Grand Central Hotel REED & RINDA, Prourietors. S The Leading Hotel in the Territory. Head. quarters for all Traveling Men and Leading Business Men. Fine Sample Rooms Connected. , City Stables! S Corner Third Ave. South and Third St. F Great Falls, - Montana. us. Sale Stables. L and Gentlemen. y Horses Boarded by the rDay or Week. Tonurts and Land Seekers transported to all parts of Northivern Montan In irst class rig, and at reasonable prices. C. W. COLE, Mover of Light Freight&Baggage Orders promptly attended to. Prices reasonable. Chicago, Burlington & Northern R. R. Time Table : Leaves Great Falls 4. p. m. Fta. St P., M. & M By. Arrives at St. Ial a .m. Miles 0.......L. St. Paul .......... ... 170 pm 116........Ar. Winona ................. 1115 pm 182........" LaCrosse............... 2lIl1 am 191........ " Prdu Chien .............. 149 am l ........ ubuavannaue ................. 3am 82........ " Oregon.................. 6O0 am 431........ Chicago................... 930 am 499..... Peoria................... 60pm 570........ " StLouis ................ 5:30pm Peerless Dining Cars and Pullman Sleepers on all through trains. No change of cars to Chicago or St. Louis. For tickets, sleeping car accommo datlons, Local time tables and other information, apply to Phil Gibson, Freight & Passenger Agt., Great Falls, Or Address W. J. C. KENYON, Gen. Passenger Agt. C. B. & N. By., St. Paul, Minn. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY COMPANY. Fast Mall Line with Vestibuled Trains between Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul and Minneapolis. Trans-Continental Route between Chicago, Council Bluffs, Omaha and the Pacific Coast. Great National Route between Chicago, Kan sas City and St. Joseph, Mo. 5700 Miles of Road reaching all principal oolnts in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesots, Iowa,, Mssonurl and Dakota. For maps, time tables, rates of passage and freight, etc., apply to the nearest station agent of the CEICAO, MILWAUaU & YT. PAUL RILWAY, or to any Railroad Agent anywhere in the World. ROSWELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER, General Manager. Gen. Paas. and Tkt. A.t, IWFor information In reference to Lands and Towns owucd by the CHICAGO, MILWAUU &t SYJ PAU RAILWAY COMPANY, write to B. G. HAUOINS LandCommlssloner, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (/ ONE OF THEM? In Te e-Seeker to oo0 free acres in the Lous Milk River reached by the Ami TOBA RAILWAY. The Health-Seeker takes the Ma~nroBAto the lakes and woods of the Northwest, Helena HotSprings and Broad water Sanitarium. The Fortueo-Seeker takes the m TrronAto the glorious opportun ities of the four new states. The Manufacturer takes the MIrrona to the Great Falls of the Missouri. The Tourist takes the Mnm.rrosn through the grandest scenery of America. The Traveler takes the MariTroan Palace, Dining and Sleeping Car line to Minnesota, North Da kota. South Dakota, Montana and the Pa cific Coast. The Teacher takes the MAaIrrT cheap excursions from St. Paul to Lake Min netonks, the Park Re gion, the Great Lakes, the Rockies, the Na tional Park, the Pa ciflc Ocean, California and Alaska. Anyone will receive maps books and guides of the regions reached by the St. Paul, Minneap olis & Manitoba Rail way, by writing to F. I. Whitney G. P. &T. A., St. Paul, Minn. THE NORTHERN pACIFIC Railroa.. IS THE GREAT SHORT LINE St, Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago And all Fastern Cities. The only Boete Offering the People of Montana DINING CAR, PULLMAN, AND COLONIST SLEEP ING CAR SERVICE Through to Chicago Without Chane at The only Direct Line to PORTLAND, TACOMA & SEATTLE and all Pacific Coast and Puget Sound points. Only one Change of Cars to San Francisco. LOW IATES,QUICK TIME,VESTIBULETIRAINS For Maps, Bates and Tickets call on or address A. D. EDGAR, General Agent, Cor. Main and Grand Sts., Helena. Or CHAS. S. FEE, G. P. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn. MONTAN'AS FAVORITE ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST. Montana Central Railway, Connecting at Butte with The Union Pacific Railway For Portland,San Francisco,Los Angelos and all points South and West. S No. 8, Montana-Pacific Express leaves GREAT FALLS, THE EASTERN TERMINUS, Daily at 11:45 A. M. e No. 4, St. Paul-Atlantic Express arrives at Great Falls Daily at 3:20 P. M. all PALACE SLEEPING CARS, LUXURIOUS DINING CARS, MAGNIFICENT DAY COACHES, --Ala)--- e FREE SLEEPING CARS For second-clas passengers on all trains. Through tickets to the above points rn are now on sale at Great Falls. For fur ther information call on or address any agent of this company, or S B. H, LAGLEY, 6. P, A.' MorriFtA CrrBAL, HELENA, MONT II ON SALE To All Principal Points EAST, WEST, NORTH & SOUTH -AT 28 North Main St., Helena. A. E, VEAZIE, Pass. Agent. J. A. WIS, Gen'. Agent, Butte, Mont EL IORADO SALOON!! / E. D. HICKS, Prop. Central Ave., Nearly Opposite Park Hotel. GREAT FALLS, MONT. Choicest Wines Liquors, Cigars.