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HE!AILY LEADEI
SALLS, MONTANA.
C asadaper of Cascade
et Morldn eept Mon Ts.
ielty IUo p ed y. or
Pi eialder Pubilshing Co.
. , . P. ·ROLE, Manager.
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LWaThe clroulation of the DAILY and WlnrLY
LIsana Is second to no other newspaper publish
ed pa(a.tna Tenritory.
W~orgiw daernrtn the LEADSn served at
Sthlhoma can aeeurst by postal card notice or
aperIsonal t am at this omce.
fo tnd wiftmct pasy, debts conraed by anyone
s nsdts! isn er. No reeelpt will be honored
wle dos notbear thes.na ture ofthemanager,
OrO. L Warden.
Ai busin ess ~le., news,. crrespondence,
msanuserlpt, etc., must be addressed to
TlE LEADER PUB. CO.
Tuesday ornilag, - Pecember 81. 1889.
THE LAST ACT.
A definite settlement of any phase in
the political muddle is welcome news
and when the announcement came that
Messrs. Hamilton and McHatton had re
signed with a view to giving Silver Bow
a court-of competent jurlsdiction, the sat
isfactioD of an adjustment overcame for
the most-part party criticism. But when
our Jack-at-all-trades governor turns
'about and appoints one of the contestants
to fill the vacancy, the whole affair takes
on the aspect of an unrivaled political
fale. It shows that the whole matter I
was cut and dried In advance of the
resignation, that Governor Toole has lost
all Mense of equity and has become a will- I
ing and complete subject bf his party 1
magnates and that Judge McHatton, l
whatever may be his ability and fitness, I
has lost all digulit andI sense of manhood I
in a scramble for an office.
We believe Mr. McHatton was assured 1
of his appointment before any serious 6
thoghtof resigiation was entertained, I
for if he had stepped out of the office in
good.ilith we wouild scarcely expect an t
urgs*t petition fot appointment to follow
ht~s withdrasral. With unscrupulous
avarcee hs pluagained the longed for dies
tinctini; lt'in sudh a manner as to for- c
felt the-respect of every citizen who be- Ii
.I ves that public men should give up
' rightaess a place intheir conduct.
We'l4 not doubt but tt tihe Governor g
a-tidptto as .stngs with party minfit- 'o
ence but no .unblsa4d person can deny
,that common fairness called for the ap- ,
positinent,,nLOa third paqtyito ful the va- ci
asay. 'Tli wat thetle method ofan C
q4a4l0 settlemept. He hay again put
on hil judical armor and announced to
$bh eate that Mr. McHatton's claim to N
t eoat . valid.' lblas again been put
Ainthebeaeeutive balance and found want
atg H6 bas-gata saidby a pr ipsn act, F
I.- folieV Lftthe path Sal anm directed." o
HI 4 pans i p as i,4 .sc stion and spurned I
j timea. to . mnke good by the-chance a
P~Fg-g , po.itment: - disputed legal
caitm. VUnlee be has lost all sense of a
equity and' lpeasoal la dependence his
eonduet is most extraordinary,
We cannot ep ak words psvprieg any
mole' of approval in regard to the man
p ti$Iby the appointment. TThe dtn
ties of ls-' oafice lisaite discharged with
maarkedability but the petty maneuvrees
that - have led to the peasession of the
coveted pl.sze an h~rdlyelnd dignity.
:les mind may be s$re4 with nice di
tln (*ii pfiogyd: i b aqut hi sai Hardly Y
have credit for the slightest appreciation I
of propriety. It is not the re~ult but the
:method that calls for condemnation and
this bianot be orlticlsel too strongly.
Is eens tjiat ihe ballnt reform contest
will be renewed in the New York legis
latnpadahui.this winter's session. The
Empire state was one of the first to pass
a bill through its legislature embodying
the general principles of the Australian
..atem,"but the enactment met the fated
veto of Governor Hill and it s to be re.
greted that his opposition may still fur.
ther delay in law making where it is
nost needed. But the people of New
York are determined that there shall be
s change and the hindrance of a demo
cratic executive cannot always avail. The
New tpes legislature wl! meet Janu
arye f;*i ne reptublican and denioeto
Mils will be introduced looking to ballot
reform. But with a divided legislature
and a governor of doubted sincerity upon
the question, there may be little accom
plished. In Maryland efforts will be
ma thede the demo1raLip opposition will
be 40eopaate t oavetcpmr.
owe ntaiesion wili
bear its fruit. Reform has begun and it
must continue until every state has a free
ballot box.
SveanRa of our democratic newspapers
appear to have two carefully observed
articles of faith, namely, to embrace ev
ery slight opportunity of denouncing
inaotlon on the part of a republican offl
cial and to find fault with everything he
does do. Hence It is not strange tha tr.
Carter has to bear the brnupt of Bourbon
abuse. The Inter Mountal. .s 'about
right as to his present and pr pective
arcLon and .hat It is because e 'has al
read j I hsi more for totea
than his democratic predecessors id in
alX their years of service, the oppo lon
p.r;ipersists in howling that he is
i ngoentIre l t. Igrge for his ciothes
b ey will ka uihole dclothing store
to amalil before blis first term in
NO MORE THEORY.
After the harvest time and before oren
ing the new year, is the season for the
gathering of statistics and the finding out
of how we stand as a nation. We have
heard a great deal at one time and an
other about the decadence of business
and prophecies of financial prostration
and panic, but a gathering of data does
not appear to verify these forebodings.
Especially have some of our free trade
brethren been courting disaster which
does not seem to appear. To be sure
there have been years during the past de
cade when there has been a comparative
D0 failing off in business, but when the fact
is brought to view thatour national wealth
has increased nearly 42 per cent in ten
10 years and that we are richer than the
B whole world was a century and a half
ago, it does not seem as if the country
was on the verge of bankruptcy. The
10 total annual provision and dairy exports
for November of this year were nearly
twice as great as in November 1888. Our
s- vast wealth amounting to $1,000 per cap
its has an equality cf distribution found
u among no other of the great peoples of
r the world. Yes, we are prospering and
protection has been the potent agent in
L this advance. The facts of the situation
have rendered lifeless the abstruse doc
r, trine of Roger Q. Mills and his disciples.
The fifty-first congress may now proceed
to the pracpcal adjustmeat of industry.
No more theory at present.
ONE of the questions that is soon going
to be and even now seems quite in
teresting, is how personal feeling may
adjust itself between Gov. Hill and
Grover Cleveland as 1892 approaches.
It is not easy to tell whether the schem
a ing New York governor can overcome
the popularity of his rival or not for the
democratic nomination. Though all pub
lic utterances on the part of both these
men have been for the most part studi
ously respectful and polite even amount
ing at times to eulogy, the fact of a bitter
rivalry has long been notorious. And in
private acts can be found plenty of testi
mony to indicate a fresh outbreak as the
days go by. Mr. Hill well knows that if -
ability is to count he can score two to
one with his opponent, which naturally
makes the favoritism for Mr. Cleveland C
a bitter pill to swallow. On the other
hand the ex-president, appreciating the
situation, is not at all backward about ap
pearing in public and displays verylit- 0
tie Washingtonian longing for the seclu- l
sion of private life after his public ser- n
vice. At any rate it will prove an inter- a
esting question for the democracy to
ponder over, how they can nominate
either of them and pacify the other so as H
to carry the state of New York. c,
What it Does. E
A trip back to the old home, on a visit
to friends at a distance gives a pleasant -
change from the routine of every day a
life. Railway trips are not so expensive
as in the early days of railroad building
and a jaunt through the flelds, forests,
lawns and cities along the Manitoba r.ad
gives new life and rilor to young and
old.
Your ticket agent or F. I. Whitney, G.
P. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn., will reply to
inquiries concerning rates and routes via
the Mapitoba Palace Dining and Sleeping -
Car Liae.
wNOTIE FOR PUBLICATION,
Land mie at Helena. Mont., Dec 25, 1865.
Notice Is be ebytgiven that the ollowing named
saitiaer has 1~noticot, his Intention So make I
eat Drool in suportotI his claim, and that said
proof tllbe made beaore the Clerk of District
Court of Cascade county at Great FClls, Mont, on
Feb. 8, I0, vlz:
DANIEL L. RILEY,
on P-eemption D. S No. 9887 for the w %1 ne 14&
IM selasee 2tp 17 n r I e.
Ite names the followng witnesses to prove his
eanttlaeousWsfdence upon, and cultivation of,
Henry E'ear, Slies P. Butler, (George arlisen
d Ferden skew, all of Ste C8.ir Mont. .
8. W. LANGROR sti,
.first Publication Dec. 81.]
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U.8. Land Office at Helena, Montana. Dec. 26,
,--Nmtle. he reb given .ithat the following
r eotintos h 6iled notice of his intention
tomakepal prof In p port of his claim, and
that said propof will be 'mae before tb Clerk of
the District Court of Cascade County Moonsha, et
Great Fals, Montana en February ', 1890, viz:
HENRY E. SPEAB,
on Pre-emption D. S. No. 91244, for the wl nwol
and wl/ swiF sec. 84, township 17 north, range 1
out.
Ee names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
lfd. viz:
Dael L tIey George Carson, Ferden N. As
kew andSfi I?, %utlef all of St. Clair Mont
S.'W. LNGHORNBo hegister.
[First publication DeC. 31. I
BRIDGE PROPOSALS.
Sealed proposals will be received until Jan. 11,
1890, by the board of County Commissioners of
Cascade county for the following:
Construction and erection of 2 spans 150 feet
each at Lower Sun River, near M. C.. It. bridge
and 1 span 200 feet at Upper Sun River.
Bids to be for-Ist, all iron; 2nd, combination
truss foreach bridge.
Upper Sun River is about 18mlles from rallroad.
Bridge loors will be about 15 or 20 fet above
river bottom. The beard rervehe right to re
ject any or all bids.
For further Information apply taWm. a. Kerr.
county S.wveyor.....
py or BcaltCOu atOommiseloitners, -
dil-jil Clerjk,
NOTICE OF REARING.
In the District Court of Cascade County, State of
Montana.
In the matter of the estate of Samuel W. Osborn
Deceased.
Pursunant to an order of the Judgeqf eaideourt,
made on the 27th day of December, 1259, notice is
hereby given, that John A. Harris the adminis
trator of said estate made to the said court and
filed in the of cs of the ulrln thereof, on said day
a return of s. .a made by him on the 21st day of
December, 1889 under a previous order of said dis
trict court, of the following real estate and per
sonal property and for the following named sums
to wit:
Alltheright ttle, interest and estate of the
said Samuel W. Osborn at the time of his death
sod all the right, title and interest that the said
este has, by operation of law or otherwise ac
qureld other than, orin addition to, that of the
said auel W. (sborn at the time of his death
in and to all those certain lots, pieces or parcels
of land situate lying and being in the said county
of Cascade, state of Montana, and all the per
sonal property hereinafter mentioned to wit;
The undvlloed one-hal_ Interest In and to those
certain lots, numbered four, Ave, six and seven In
block two in the town of Cascade, Cascade coun
ty, state of Montana for the sum of one hundred
and seventy dollars.
Also the following personal property to wit:
One fork. .
Two feed pouches.
Two saws.
One plow.
One grind stone.
One wagon.
One lo 001.
one lobedding.
Tlhree bay mares and colts.
One sorrelmare and colt.
One 4-year-old horse
for the sum of three hundred eighty-six and .
100 dollars. As will more fully appear from said
return filed as aforesaid emd towbhich reference is
hereby made for further particulars.
nd notice is hereby given that Saturday, the
lhA day of January A. D 1890, at 4 o'clockp. m..
at thecourt room ofi this court, Inthe city of Great
Falls in said county of Cascade. has been fixed for
hearing said return when and where any person
Interested in the said estate may appear and file
written objections to the confirmation of said sale
and u ayh b eardandnsy produce wltnesse in
support of said objectlons C
;W. M. COCKRILL,
Joan P. DYy - Clerk.
- Den 28th,186A .
BUSINESS. CARDOS.
il,,. W. TAYLO .. Ja. '. L..\tI.
d- TAYLOR Q LEWI',
A TTe N~YS AT LAW AND IOTAR1IES
t Special attenton given to real estatne nd land
enlttlles.
Oe ce, Central Block, Central avenue, Great
F- alls, Montanall.
8s SANDER.., CULLE. & aS.tN DEI.r,
SA.TTOR.NEYEAND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Main street. Helena.
A. G LADI), M. D.,
SPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office: La
peyre's drug store. Residence: Fark Drive
h and First Avenue north. unt
DR. J. L. WEITMAN.
- pHFSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Luther Block, Great Falls. Mont,
F. IL MORGAN,
t ARC TECT AND SUERINTENDENTD T OF
h e PLANS. Specllfcatlons and Estimates giv
en at short notice.
n OFFICE - - - - Next door to Post Office.
e H. P. ROLFE,
If Y T Ohi¢YAT LAW. WILL PRACTICE IN
toan higher Cot. Special attention given
e Ofce, just north of Minot Block, Great Falls.
a D R. P. GORDON,
y pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. (Late of Edin
YP burgh, Scotland.)
r Office--R m No. 8, Dunn Block, Central avenue,
Great Falls.
A. F. LONGEWAY,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
GREAT FALLS, Montana. Late Hons Surgeon
to the Montreal Western Hospltal and Attending
LI Physician to the Montreal Dispensary
PALACE HOTEL,
NACONDA MONTANA. New and elegant.
Mrs. P. F. Stephens, Proprietor. " _
Ftrstclasa bath rooms. Cuisine not surpassed
n theTerritory.
Toa thoroughly competent hotel mana one
half interest bwilS sold at exact cot, ' d1
J. K CARSKADDON, D. D. S.
Dental Rooms Collins Block, Central Avenue,
Great Falls, Montana.
Has had ten Years of Practical Experience,
AND A GRADUATE OF PENN COLLEGE OF DENTAL I
8URGERY.
CHAS. W. POMEROY,
Attorney and counselor at Law.
Room 5, Dunn Block.
Will practice In all the Courts of Montana.
DOUGLAS MARTIN,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Great Falls, Montana. 011
Dr. L. S. Keller,
DENTIST.
Room No. 2--Dunn Block. Ju28
County Surveyor. Deputy U. S. Surveyor.
WILLIAM E. KERN,
C1IVIL ENGINEER:
SURVEYS
Of Ranches, Ditches, Bridges Canals, Water
Suppl, Sewerage, Irriton, lan Estimates,
Specfications, Superintendenes, 1 lng Tun
nels, Etc., Laying out of Townsltes.
Oarcu-South side Central avenue between 2d
and 8d streets, Collins Block. Great Falls, Mont.
FRANK ERVIN
Has just received a splendid assortment of MUSI
CAL INSTRUMENTS,oonalstingof VIOLINS,BAN
JOS, AOOBRDEONS, STRINQS OF A)L RINDS,
ETC., ETC, o2itf
CALL AND SEE HIM.
Manitoba House,
MRaS . C oRoCK, Probrietres.a
Room and Board, per week .................. $1.00
Day Board................................. L00
TABLE UNEXCELLED.
J. PFEFFERLY,
EXPRESSMAN.
in
the
Wagon No. 2.
War Reasonable. Greatalls
hargtrlteasonhble. Great Falls. Mont
OREOG BROS 0
DEALERS IN
HARDWARE,
AND
Miners' Supplies,
INEIHART, MONTANA.
GO AND GET
HAGAR
AT
FRANK ERVIN'S
AND BE HAPPY.
J. L,. LA DRIERE,
Architect and Superintendent
Makes a specialty of designs for
Churches, Dwellings and Business Buildings
Room 23, Gold Block,
HELENA. - - MONTANA
Firemell's Ball
-ON
NEw Year's Eve,
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 81st
- AT
THE NEW ENGINE HOUSE
RE]EPTION .OMMITTEE:
K. A. RINGWAL~ P DODSON. JAMES BIRD,
FLOOR COMMITTEE:
H. INGWALD,
FRANK GOS UNT
AL RUNT,
A. R. DEVINE.
3 ickets for sale at Laeyre Br.s., H. Rinwald,
and Frank Ervin's. or o te wembers.
MORTBSAGE
Loans.
THE
NORTHWESTERN
GUARANTY
LOAN
COMPANY
Capital $Sy000,000.
Money to loan on Improved city property and
- farm lands, on from six months to .er fle time.
H. . . COWN aCO.
Office opposite Park ho$el mayl9-tf
FirstNational Bank
OF GREAT FALLS.
t
OFFICE HOa FROM 9 TO , v
Authorized Capital, - $1,000,000. a
Paid-Up Capital, - 100,000. n
OFFICERS. e
TrIMOTHY E. CoraJJN - - President t
L. G. PmHLPs - - Vice-President r
A. E. DIcKERMAN- - - Cashier w
D. L. TRACY - - Ass't Cashier I
DIRECTOBS.
C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGrNNIS, -
PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERSB,
ROBERT VAUr: lINE H. O. CHOWEN,
J. T. ARMINOTON. P1
ar
A general banklng business transacted
Exchange drawn on the principal points In the
States and Euror -.
Prompt attention given t collections a
Interest allowed on time deposits.
toe
A NEW FIRM 4
2o
--AT- oi
THE OLD STAND
he
vie
FINNEY & BYERSDORF, -
(Successors to C. T. Wernecke)
Choice Groceries,
- All Fruits in their Season, on0
toi
presh Vegyeta les.w
rax
Small profits and uk sales. Try us and see.
Fifth Avenue 'Restaurant.,
he
thi
Under new man~enent basement of Col
T
JO--TIN WOOD
HavIng purchased this popular plaoe of resort,
Invites the public to call and partake of the goodr C
things provldLd for them.
ab
EVERY DELICACY e
OF THE SEASON WI
Will be furnished, reg-rdless of cost, it being my t
purpose to
-:- KEEP A FIRST-CLASS TABLE -:
OPEN TILL 10 O'CLOCK EVERY NIGHT.
STACE LINE! "
Great Fallsto Barker and Neihart b
TRI.WEEKLY.
Leaves Park Hotel for these points every
Tusday, Thursday and Saturdy; R trn
nlg Monday, Wdnsday and Friday. d
elt.........21 m., Fare31 50 Fr't, mcwt. 0 75 e
Cora ..........29 " ' 250 100 a
Mann's........ 87 " 850 ' 1 2
Kibby.4......... 00 "4 160 1
Martin's Jnc.54 " " 4 76 " 175
Clendenin.....5" " 500 " 175
Neihart......6 600 " " 200 C
WPROUND TRIP.-GreatFallstoNeihart, s
$11 00; Great Falls toClendenin, $9 00.
LOUIS GOSLIN, Prop.
Great Falls office at Bach, Cory & Co.'s
Gibbons & Maher.
Harness, Saddles and Collars.
Breeching Harness from
$30 to $0.
Whips, Quirts, Currycombs and brushes.
Stock Saddles a Specialty.
Prompt Attention Given to
Repairing.
CENTRAL AVE.. - GREAT FALLS
JOHN FRENCH,
SURVEYOR AND CIVIL ENGINEER.
OFITCE.
Boom L, Third floor over First National Pank
GREAT FALLS
Bottling Works.
At the old cash Bazaar, Central Avenue.
LARGEST WORKS IN MONTANA.
Jas. Baatz
Has Inst opened the above line O manufacture
and will have on hand a foll supply of
Soda, Ginger Ale, Cider, Root Beer,
Seltzer, Sarsaparilla
And all favorite summer and -ild drinks of the
very obhoicet quality.
S Notice of Final Proof.
LandIficeat Heena,Mont.; December 1,189.-
Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed
settler has filed notice of his Intentioh to me
final ro In support of i claim, ald that said
p roop will be made before the Resister end
Reeiver, Helena, Mont, on January 1 9) 18 , vizt :
WILLIAM K. CATE,
on Homestead entry No 9.10, for the nel1
setion 29, townshlp 1l north, range 1 west.
Henames the followinlg witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Richard W Gnchain Thomas A. Austin Jacob
Sleben end Robert P Thorough. n, all ct Chest
nut, Men.,,t .ag. N .
nut, Monta . W. L.NGHONE Register.
[First publication Dec 16. j
MINING APPLICATION, NO. 9409.
V. S. Land Office, Htelena Montanfa,
October 2H, 189.
Notice is heree Coen that Oswald C. Morison
and Charles M. Webster, whose post office address
is Great Falls, Montana Territory, have made ap.
plcatlon for a patent for40acresof placerin
ugground, situate in no organized mining dis
trit, Cascade county Montana Tetritory and de
scr ibedn the official plat and field notes on file in
this office, as follows, viz:
The southeast quarter, southeast quarter, sec
tion twenty-nine (29) township twenty (20) north,
range four (4) east, containing 40 acres and form
tugs portion of the southeast quarter of section
twenty-nine (29). In township twenty (29) nbrth,
of range four (4) east, Principal Meridian. The
-location of this mine is recorded in the recorder's
sice of Cascade counnty on page 18, book one of
quartzs locatlons. Adjoiningclaimnts are none.
All persons holdlg adverse claims thereto are
required to present the same before this office
within sixty days from the first day of publication
hereof, or they will be barred by virtueof the
rovlsions of the tatute.
S. W. LANGHOB NE Register.
OswAi C. HoIrso.I, Atorney for Claimants.
First Publication, October 99,189.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 2404.
U. a Land Office at Helena, Montan
Notice is hereby given that Frank B. Wileox,
1 Paris Gibsonand HerbertP. Polftt, whosepostofilce
address is Great Falls Montana, have made ap
plication for a patent for 160 acres of placer min
ing pound situate in no orsgnized mintgdls
trict, Cascade countpy, Montana, and descrbed in
the official report on file in this office as follows,
The northeast quarter section 3, township 2
north range 8 east, Montana Territory, con.rn
tig i60 acres, and forminthe northeast quarter
of section 86, township l1 north, range a east
Principal Meridian. The location of this mine is
recorded in the Recorder's oice of Cascade coun
ty, ond page 9 1 A of Q, locatons. adeoining
claimants are Plaris Gibson et al.. placer claim on
thesouth.
All persons holding adverse claims thereto are
required to present the same before this office
within sixty days from thefirst day of publication
hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of nthe pro
visions of the statute.
S. W. LANGHORNE, Rlegistaer.
H. P. HOLFZ, Attorney for claimants.
First publication Oct. 29, 1889,
MINING APPLICATION No. 408, ,
U. S. Land Office, Raleiit, ta~189.
Notice is hereby given that Oswald C. orson,
Patrick . Hughes, Arthur E. Dlckerman
and Alexander C. Lux, whose postoffice
address Is Great Falis, Montana Territory, have
made application for a patent for 80 acres of
lacer mining ground situate in no organized min
district, Cascade County, Montana Territory,
and described in the official report on me in this
office, as follows viz:
The south half of southwest quarter section 298,
township thwenty (20) north of range four
(4) east, containing 80 acres and formingaportion
of thesouthwest quarter of section 298, Intownship
820 N. of range 4 esst Principal Meridan. The lo
cation of this mine is recorded in the Recorder's
office of Cascade county, on page 10, book p of
quartz locatons. Adjoningolaimantaare none.
Al persons hoding advee cllama thereto are
required to present the same beflore this office
within sixtydays from the first day of publicatiOn
hereof, or they will be berred by vrtue of the pro
visions of the statute.
a3 W. LANGHORNE Register.
OswALD C. MOBrsot. Attorney for Claimants.
[First publication Oct. 29,1889.
MINING AP#LICATION No. 2403,
U. 8. Land Office, Helenh, Montana,
Oct. 21,1889.
Notice is hereby given that Frank B. Wilcox,
Paris Gibson and Herbert P. Rolle whose postof
flce address is GretPa Falls, Montana Territory, have
made application for a patent for 160 acres of
placer mining ground situate in noorganizedmin
n. district, Cascade County, Montana Territor.,
and described in the official report on nio in this
office, as follows, viz:
Thenorthwest quarter of section thirty-six (86)
township twenn ty-e (ý ) north of range three (9)
east, ¢ontan.ung 16o acres and forming the north
west quater of section 386 in township 21 Nol
range8 east Principal Meridian. The location of
this mine is recorded in the Recrder's office of
Cascade county on page69,1 A of Q location. Ad
i o n .m he lamaouts are Paris Gibson et al placer
clalm on the south.
All persons holding adverse claims thereto are
required to present the same before this office
within sixt days from the first day of publication
hereof, or they will be barred by the provistons of
the statute.
a . Ls.WN..ANGRORNE, R str,
IL P. Ro.Ln, Attorney for Clalmnnts.
First publicatlp Cct, 8 31989.]
'NOTICE.
State of Montana, Cascade County ss.
In the Justlce'Court, Great Falls' .ownsIp,
Behire W. H. Race, Justice of theaPece,
W. G. 8tark, Plainttlf,
Chas, T. Day and - Day, his wife, Defendants.
The people of the State of Montana to the
above-named defendants, greeling: You are
hereby summoned to be and appear before me,
W. H. Race, a Justice of the Peace in and for the
County of Cascade, at my office in Great Fails,
within thirty days after the service of this sum
mons upon yon, there andthen to make answer
to the complaint of W. G. Stark, the above-named
plaintaff, in acivi~ictlon to recover the sum of
Forty.wO andaU ll-l0 Dollars, for horse feed and
mIlk furnished you by plaintil at your special in
stance and request, and for an account against
you ofBac, o Cor dgCo.dCo9LyUpsMtl ed
and 8-0 1 0I&) J n'fld s e aut iIseX ofudg
ment will be rendered aglinst you, Chas. T. Day
and - Day, the above-named defendants for
the sum of Forty-two and 81-100 dollars and costs
of suit in this behalf expended.
Given under my hand this 21st day of Novem
ber A. D. 1889. W.H. RACE,
n23d81 Justice of the Peace of said twp,
SEALED PB.eQSAL4 FOp .HE CARE
OF THE SICK AND POOR OF
CASCADE COUNTY.
Sealed prososals will be received until the last
day of February, 1890, for the care, support and
maintenance of the sick, poor end infirm of Cs
cade county, per capita, by the week for the year
nding March 6th, 1891. Said propoals to include
and cover the entire cost of feeding, clothing and
nursing the sick poor and infirm and all the bur
ial expenses thereof. Proposals to be endorsed,
"Bids for the care of sick and poor of Caseade
county," should be Sddressed ~ t~e C ane y
Clerk. . . . .. .
Bilds arealso requested from the resident phy
slclans to furnlsh medicines and medical treat
ment to the sick, poor and Infirm of the county
and to the Inmates of the county jail, who may re
quire medicines and medical treatment, for the
year ending March 8th, 1891. Proposals to be en
dorsed, "Bids for medicines and treatment of
county poor" should be addressed to the county
clerk.
All bids will be opened at the general March
term, 1890 of the board of county commissioners
and will be awarded to the lowest responelblo
bidder.
lThe board reserves the right to reject s1y and
By order ~f the board of county oommissloners.
UGW4l Clerk.
[First publication December 28, 1889.
DAM AT GREAT FALLS, MONTANA.
180, at the General ofices ofthe St. P., M. & M.
Ralway In St. Paul, for the labor required In
buildin adam across the Missouri River at Great
Falls, o
The dam and head gates will be 1,100 feet in
length and willd require the placing of aproxii
mately 1,600,000 feet of timber, 60,000 feet of plank
100 tons oi Iron work and bolts, o800 cubic yards oi
stone filing in the cribs, 1,000 cubic yards of gate
chamber maM.sonary anda 1 head gates.
camnr m1ý8beaseenonandafttrJanuary8,1890,at
theSt. P., .&.. ~B y. office in St. Paul, and at
the office of the Great Falls Water Power and
Townsite Company, at Great Falls, MIontana.
The right isreserved to relect any and all bids.
Proposals wlbe addressed to the undersigned
at roomo 45, General Office St. P . & Ry, St
Paul, Minn. J. . FANNING,'
decs7-feb4 Consulting Engineer.
CAR LOAD
OP THE
Fmcus PNhst ooi
(FORMERLY PHILIP BEST)
Just Received.
BEST IN THE MARKET.
A. F. SCHlITZ & Co.,
7ull SOLE DEALE5g
G. H. GOO ICII-
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Lath, Shingles and Building Material,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
and Finishing Lumber.
COAL a n.d 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.
H. O. CHOWEN. PRESTON KING,
President. Vice-President. F.B WILcoZ
Cataract Mill Company
Merchant Millers.
Manufacturers of the following Brands of High-Grade Flour:
Diamond, Cataract, Gold Dust, Silver Leaf and
Golden Fleece.
Fresh 6raham Flour, Choice Seed Wheat, and Oats for Sale. Ground Feed and
Chicken Feed Constantly on Hand.
CASH PAID FOR WHEAT
----OFFIcE-at the Mill, foot of Central Avenue,
GREAT FALLS.
FINE SHOES.
Large Stock, Low Prices!
Budge & Kenkel,
PhelpsBlock, Central avenue, Great Falls, Montana.
HAI-RDWARE!
HOTCHKISS & HAWKINS
Have the finest assortment in Great Falls of
SHELF, BTJILDING & HEAVY HARDWARE
And the Largest Line of
Heating and Cook Stoves
of the Best Manufacture. Also
GUNS & AMMUNITION
At Prices that defy competition.
All Kinds of Tin Work Done to Order.
CALL AND GET PRICES.
BTONE BLOCK, CENTRAL AVENUE.
W. B. BAIX1Hn. F. H. METER W. J. BIS.
W. B. Raleigh & Co.,
THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE.
We desire to call the attention of our many customers to
our new and'improved styles of
To our already Large Assortment we
have added f"'ýi
FOUR NEW SHAPES, . caSTER
INaCrrD I G `OyVVfo.33t
The Short Hip,
The Full Bust Form,
The Extra Long Waist
We carry all sizes from 18 to 36. Please call and ex
amine them.
W ,. B. Raleigh & Co.,
.N'.0R o .& Central Avenue. Great Falls.
Milwaukee House,
GRE.AT FALLS, - . MO.O"TA/NiA
The only First Class $2.00 Ho e in the City. Free
Bus to and froxz 1 trains.
ITTHES a6 . . Proprieto.

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