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TUE tDAY LEADE,
RAILWA " TIME CARD. the Art5*l ana Departure of .T - a. "'" " Great Falls. . na RILWA'T. V M Itp iit } ...e.n, ,. ,. . Butte........ 14 A. N, 3r. rzy* am iýB lhdQ Helina..j:l r. v. n to sjnlena, tfl ilea; to9ette.7lmlles. MAlliS CLOSE At the 0resta Wait PstoOmee as follows:a Hela & dl potntu.... 11:i A. . ..... 4:. 00P.I. 1ru. 9dP.O L ake r, 8Salnleo and Portland. Tala. j 6 + December 31, 1889. CItP1 O A COUNGUJnTY NE' Si 1880 diea today. Thempl s fulkit, et nunquam revertitur. i'p~ g "lcouit uhad a single case yes terqa. m. Chief[Haty" Rhin~ewald is confined to the house with assever cold. We had the 'pladure :of seel:;k May; Fild and- 1f4'O61 ou tireets yesterday. F> a the j.i ular stationer, re tu .rJi ay m business trip to ieG°iba :ha l.ine to St. Paul to loOkat.i. hti h ttU. He will be ab sent three or fo0u . it +Sa 'aMiy fbon't train from HRef na.r. htVCottyAttoaney Martin, who hatl' VisItiln tah capital city. d ;reqests those mem ber _f 4 ..re ,ompany who have not reo aed+ l t .+ ons to call around. The titllbdti'oi.hI#h had promised to callbsek't"U"ahtmnfto;rs, somehow ex changed with a northritand put on more erful little straight-shot engines on this end of the iiag.feof the pas S BC- on l 'take a case on the Tribune today. We understand that one of .te~compositors Intends quitting Chai. Bordaer,, ,e: engineer on the Mainitoba road, whp bg een in Chicago t end t ed and reports a The distrirt 0 fa i 14, 1890. Ls Thpa. k.p thei beforse the sa ged.-, a un - rKern advertises in Seun timer rid ..The UIpper bridge will consist of i epa Don't fail to callhonMtr. Jennie Bay- c ar .i next do'to)"tgett'saltoon bn Third 1, time.e . dec87-lw ti Young man, have you forgotten that 0 tomorrow is the day to "a ear of." If e rwhol. -rit bee the advertisement of Dyas th it bloc afternoon at 2 o'clock regard + am oo.. ..> .. ,+ . s i: Taz:payer~I bttoe b today is your ci ast a. . . 'f you have not al- de raidw do 1at Onace and ti da*ve y Afiat ekpesW of 'p: the . it t.e ste lA, -_Attedin.to stlLok folks aWd " t." e . i kiinea, keeps Moln he gno l y. Te.y a that Operator Lowe became hoew e 'nd& dtcoatet himself ate pera n the coml unity. .t Saaitlal-bridge. We lo doubt the hi Sun ver peo Mll; j 'tile Pir bwd ' : imsi• rcett. formerly on the ; Ndwtiitudd 7,t:I j~a the th tra Pacif, between Helena and Spo kane, visited old frlelti4n-this city Sun ,;day and and Mr. n(icke4pays at po elest city`n an his route. s- 'I a cliseofperpetual youth and is ý '.p ao~ sl the under aide a S board, all on account of the Ssharp edge of a tonsorlat:artietsca kaze. Or City _F ..a.. .o t teMake advasntage of the ,tiln . osequently, this being Chritit-ma-lde'`have made themasba.at moltinagnificent present of chair s and tble--for theeouncil room be. t, . oh t bea - Thdk, to the efforts of freight cou olidatlon, un and Southern Pacific, f f itating fretght and othe clf _ pointsand points dd, has been rejp.eed to the: reat convenience Dr. Crutcher returned home from his eastern trip-8j.y. iihe Dr. fou.; his brother lery'silcki with no iuiprovb.ent when he left. He says that the number of ee ip.t ,peple who cpntemplae ,com ing jo.P a .]~shIi thie sIringis g. on ishing. While in some of the eastern states he was several times sent for to at tend mass meetings of those who had be come Intere.d in the west Jd espeially Gre~ti~S dihd t. he k nof! h is 'b.s ence wishe t/o-earan account of our El Dorado. New 146i'Dai.. Pl Fn.ppp j 1ewe: Grest Falls as a health" e-sevt .-1 un dob u .q ne .o eppular under uni ver "tieidUhi'ce, more so than any .ot i 'United ºtts,. Pe air Ms , t at t.e t so coasti autio and lung" of persons who are-inclined to be delicate. In fact, we Muve know, i e ;.e.gtre change in eo ogoq .takae lace ip persons who. w Yer:~l! ;ads? i. onel . year, "avre become quite robust and fully recovered from arlingap iefowb1h they hadi -been i~dwpgjli~P~a' i~ePl i /.- , At LESS Than the Original 1 Cost. We still have a number of garments on hand; on whioh we intend to slaughter the prices. It will pay you to COME TO THE SLAUGHTERING You can buy garmentifor less than they cost us: Come and look them over. Seeing is believing RELI~~~ DRY HOUSE, JOE CONRAD,. PROP. John Stanford, well known throughout Montana, was yesterday brought before Judge Benton on charge of insanity and th6cdharge "sustained. Sheriff Humilton depa-ted with him on the noon train for Deer Lodge, where he will be confined in the aslum for treatment. Stanford is a G. . B1 man and it was on that subject he went 'crazy. It was almost pitiful to see him when he took his leave, as he was under the impression that he was going to a grand old reunion of his com frco dra . in the LEADE.BSnnu'I must bei by tomorrow night. Bear in 1 mind that this-is the best advertising medhilid~th'~Ibor the vicinity and abroadl that can be found. If you are doing a business worth speaking of, you cannot aft6tdto hatve It left' out.' This.-annual will be eiistall'ovei the country And es pecially to thdsi'-intending to :come to Great Falls and to merchants and others, advirtisements in it will be more profit ablbi eiebittheitt thah'cornerlots. Conie * early and secure space. t Fergus County Argus: A novel enter taiume~intader the auspices of the Good s Te tarU: *iilP be given in Philbrook, 9 wNe*'ba~i' -Eve. A dramatic and must cal program has been made up in- which c local artits will no doubt distinguish c themselves. .Each' guest in attendai dels ( Irpected to bring along a pound of some- c thing suitable to eat, which will be thor :ou led by some one 'before the f breaks up. Everyone is bordially invited to attend. The most graphic and artistic engrav ings pu by antlliustratdd 7weekly in the UDl a" the .arg l cohired plates int: , hot itiss ae and geei x ed thils i th i l-a6 trated '`.p~par a reasident of the Pa o coast can take.. It dean iith'ubje ee is interested'iifand d uring the.year he is f certain to -find something in it that-he ti deems aklone worth the year's subscrip- r, tion. Everyone should take it. The tl rnice is but $4.00 g year for fifty-two a nuhbers, making a splendid volume of L. Samuel, -Publisher, Port- * L JTHEE BLK., I 2 P. M. TODAY; DEC. 31st. , tobilively Wietisale of tihe ear.' ri Buffalo OvercoatisLadies' Knit Goods, " Sfull ltnme.f-Millinery Goods, Trimmed 8 :tt,*s;1t'btis6 , Caps, Saequeb,Cloakts, t; e, dies and Cihilde'sytslt reoes,KRub- sI Iers and goat and common sense leather ii Shoes in all sizes--to be sold at your d prices. .I have asio so~e' goodfiitrdture:parlor' and bed room suites,at ves, tables, etc. Owing to' the pri.ent 'dull season I have decided to close up'thesuction room .othe present and am desirous of- clos ig out aletockobn hand at some price, si and. in order to:~o o I want you to come b and help me. Come and see the goods it and if yotthave no money I give wilt you b titne. Don't forget the date, . Jifo. P. DYAS, &uctioneer. The .santltlaery conference which m met-recently in Brussels passed resolu- ti lUo(6drPjrin thie tablishbmenet of &lnilH?'e -ary stations in Africa, by the states 9 that have settlenentil' l that country. P ,These garrisons are for the suppression r of the slave trade. The next step will be the strengthening of the garrisons to ti protect white merchants. After that it U wril~tot take long to complete the civil ization of Africa. w - 0' Through are Eastward via Union Paelfle P and Chicago a Alton B. R. m Through Pullman Sleepers are now ei ' n between Cheyenne and Chicago via re enver and Kansas City. n; Try some of that Pennsylvania hard Coal, no.emoke, no soot and a good warm fire when you get up in the morning. Price, $3.00 a barrel. Leave orders at Frank Ervin's. 17-21 Through passenger trains, through freight trains, quick time via the Chi cago, Union Pacific & North'Western Line to the principal cities east of the Missouri river. d17-81 - Santa Claus Headquarters at the Bee Hive store. d3-tf Just received January numberof But terick's Delineator. Joe Conrad. d22tf Get your Christmas goods at the City lDrug Store. Go to the Bee Hive store for Holiday presents. d3-tf 1 "t Those trunks just received at A. I "athan's are beauties. d15tf Ii The best assortment of ladies' Misses' pad children's shoes at Joe Conrad's. 29tf ' Thebest line of mufflers in the city at A. Nathan's. dl5tf. Ladies' and children's wool leggings at Joe Conrad's. 29tf rabk Ervin has for sale, legal blanks of very description, de6 agns in dress goods at Joe Con r '2t iDltlng Under Peauliar Circunistances. An amusing story reaches us from Metz .of an adventure which has just befallen ' French family living in the neighbor hood of the frontier. These people have some relatives residing in Germian Lor raine, who invited them to luncheon a day or two ago. Noon was the hour fixed, but the hosts, after waiting for some time in vain, betook themselves to the frontier to meet their French kins folk. They found the family in a car riage on the French sideof the boundary line trying to persuade the guard to let them pass; but as they had come unpro vided with passports the official barred the way obstinately.. The French people. whose appetites had been sharpened bye long drive, were in no humor to return home with their hunger unappeased, so they suggested to their German relatives that they should hurry back and fetch the viands which they had provided for them. Theit perplexed hosts- eagerlyeaught at the idea, and soon reappeared with a goodly stock of dishes and bottles, the contents of which they proceeded to dis cuss'in company. The French sat down on their side of the boundary and the Germans on theirs, and mirth and jollity crowned the al fresco repast. Mean While the official, completely check mated, flitted about in anything but an e viable frame of mind. He could not appeal to any law or regulation to put a stop to this outdoor meal, and, as the French and Germans were each "chez eux," he had no alternative but to keep alsharp lookout in the hope of catching somebody tripping. He was not, how eter, allowed any opportunity of finding fault; and wvl.n the friends had finished their repast they separated, both parties returning to their respective homes in the best of humors and highly delighted at having won a victory over the stern sentfy.-London 'Telegraph. Germany's Frisky Emperor. The German emperor decidedly aston ished the stolid Turk during his visit to Constantinople. They expected to see a sedate, grave personage, always moving in solemn state, as befitted so great a monarch; but instead they found a brisk young man, who preferred to ride on horseback with a few attendants and rushed abb.lt from morning to night with-his wife like:the most curious-tour ist. Emperor William- often vexed his escort by tuirnitig` sud~ldenl.'"into by streets which had not`"been- done up for imperial eye, and would ride down steep descents at breakneok speed, with the cavalry jolting after him in mortal ter ror. His'majesty~ -missed two of the mort ctiiaiacteristib features of Constan-: tinople streetg, for the dogs and the beg gars were.. closely shut- up during his stay;,The- ogs were housed in two large buildingsain thk aUbuarbband the beggars irhabited a wing of the Stamboul prison, being well fed- at the government' ex pense till the German sovereign depart ed.-London Graphic. The Egg Interest. Poultry and eggs may not promise much in the way of fame and fortune to the average reader, but they would be itorely missed by his stomach on Thanks g.rinvil gadOChristmas days were the sup ply tumeual to the-demand. In his first report the secretary of the department of agriculture demands the recognition of the importanceof this interest, and places the: farm value of poultry products in the Uhited ! States at $200,000o0o for last year, while no less than 192,100,000 eggs were imported at an average first cost of over fifteen cents -a dozen; and for the past four years we have averaged pay ments of $2,210,326 per annum for for eign eggs. Here are facts and food for reflection and incubation.-Albany- Jour nal. Time's Softeigr" Inlselse; Chorus of Voices at the boarding house)s Why, this is the same turkey we had Christ mas Mrs Slimdiet (the landlday)-Yes, it You all complained then of its being so tough. Now that it's New Year's, perhaps you'll find it more tender. Wow. wow I The Experiment Tried. Spirited Woman (to big Plug Ugly)--Oh, if I were only a man wouldn't I teach you manners! Celestial Voice-Your prayer is granted. You shall l a man. [Transforms her. Big Plug Ugly-What de ye soy! Newly Made Man-Um-er--I was merely remarking that it was a very pleasant day. New York Weekly. CALIFOBRNIA EXCURION TICKETS OVER THE UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY. Until turther notice California excursiotrtlcketa will be sold on the 15th of each month from Batte, Anaconda, Gar: on and Helena. These tickets will be good 60, .:ys going, extreme limit 6 months from date of Rt;'.. . Rates to San Franelsco or Los Angeles via Port land, apply via rail or steamer. Excurslon tickets will be soldaS tollowdi To San Francisco, 'n!ng via Ogden and re turning same route ................. . $78005 To San Francisco. ,^! via Ogden, and returning via k ,,.nd, or viceversa.... 900.0 To San Franisco, going via Portland, and returning same route ................... $7500 To LOs Angelies vla Odgden and Sacramento, and returning same route.............. 8900 To Los Angeles, going via Ogden and Sac ra..lr..to, and returning va SanFranclg co and Ogden, orvlaen.ersa ......... n $9400 To Los Angeles, going va Ogden and San r Franclsco; emrnie g same route ...... 98 0 To Los angeles, goIng via Portland and Sacramento andureturnlne sameroute. T94 500 To Los goangelln. via ortlad agdd San Frandare ftorntne same tourte.. e Ic b To Los Angeles, gon via Portand anti re torning via Sacramento and Ogden, or vies rSa ............ :................. $1000 SA. . LEWIS, General Agent, Butte. Christmas andNew Year Excunrsion's. For the holiday season excursion rates will be in effect on the St. Paul, Minne apolis and Manitoba railway to and from all points on its line. Tickets will be sold on the following dates: December 24th, 25th and 81st, 1889 and January let, 1860 at one and one third fare for the round trip, except be tween points in Dakota and Montana, where the rate will be one and one-fifth fare for the round trip. Tickets will be food for return passage up to and includ ig January 8d, 1890. Apply forfurther information to agents of the St. P., M. & M. Ry. or write-F. I. Whitney, G. P. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn; Reduced Rates for the Holidays. The Union Pacific "The Overland Route" will sell tickets for the holidays between all' stations in Montana on its line at one andone-fifth fare for'the roilnd trip. Tickets will be on sale December 24th, 25th and 31st, 1889, and January 1st, 1890, good going on date of sale and good forreturn passage up to and including January 3rd, 1890. Take adcantage of this reduced rate and spend Christmas and New Years with your relatives and friends. For any information as regards time of trains, rates, etc., apply to the nearest Union Pacific agent or E. L. Loaax, . Gen'l Pass. Agt. .. Omaha. Holiday'Exoursion atoil UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY]. PASSENGER DEP'T, BUTTn, Mont., Nov. 22, 1889:: Agents in Montana: a rate of one and one-fifth fare for the round trip to apply locally within a dis lance of two hundred miles bas'bien made for the Christmas and New 'Year Holidays. Tickets to be sold Dec.24' 25 and 81, 1889 and Jan. Lst, 1890" Fins1 limit Jan. 3d, 1890. Advise the'public.: Yours truly, d4-81 J. A. LEwis,.Gen'l Agt.. The Coming Line. The Chicago, Union. Pacific & Northc western Line offers the best accommodai t tions to the 'traveling public en rout . from Portland, Spokane Falls, Butte,Hel ena, Salt Lake City and Denver to Chi= cago. Through trains, fast time, magnifi cent sleeping cars, elegant dining Cars; colonist sleepers, reclining chair cars 'and' handsome daycoaches. d17-81' Holiday Exeurslon Rates. GREAT FALLs, Dec. 10, 1889. Rate of one and one fare for the round traiphas been made between all stations on the Montana Central railway for the Christmas and New Year holidays. Tick ets on sale Dec. 24th 25th and 31st, also' Jan. 1st, limited good to return until Jan. Sd, 1889. P. KELLY, Agent d14-31 Great Falls. OYSTER AND LUNCH ROOM. - Oysters Fried, Roasted Stewed or othenwise at all hours of the day or night. LUNCHES A SPECIALTY. MRS. JENNIE BAYARD. 3rd street, between Central and First avenue south, next door to Getz saloon. Center Meat Market. SAML. BOYD,Prop. Always on hand Fresh, Salt & Smoked Meats, Poultry and Game in season. Shop on First avenue south between 9rd and th streets, below Eclipse stables. . n16-tf GRAND RAFFLE AT NEW YEAR'S EVE, AT 9 O'CLOCK, FOR THE RACE HORSE Bay Tom, OWNED BY W. D. RANDALL. TZcZWU,...... ..... *2,,~~ s,50 For Christmas. I halve received a complete line of DOLCALCR,.~:ES I I EXPRESS WAGONS LEIGH IEASELS I CARTS I SVELOG IPEDE I ISHOOFLY ROCKERS I W EELBARROWS I -.MY STOCK OF BARPETS, RUGS, AND DRAPERIES! Is--age; and wellIselected. All new goods and latest patterns. You are cordially Invited to look over our dtock and compare prices. Respectful PARK HOTEL. Wm. Abrect. Assessment vs. Old LineHlge Iuranalte o o aies. A list of 148 co-operative or assessment insurance compa nies that have failed in the state of Ohio alone can be seen at the officeofThOmas Gahagan. These ;shOw that- nothing is sure but assessments and fees. The mem bers insure the managersbut the managers do notinsurethe m beds: INsRE1E: It. GOOD cOIFiANY WIT[ T. GAHAGAN, OfnenoppoaitelPrk Hot.L Great Falls. - Tn-. GTEAT FALLS, MONT. (Incororated.) CAPITAL- STOCK, - 550,000.00 SE. ATKINSON ............... .......Presldenl. WILL AI:M..................... . V rePldrel. i F. P. ATKINSON,' Caslier. TRLtSTES: S. E. Atkinson, Ja9c Bnwlt~er, Peter Larson, Wll Hanks, John J. Ellis, F. P. Atkinson. Transacts a general .banbeki -i iess. Loans money dlsounts bills and makes collections on favorable terms. Aceolotskept saubt to oheck and nterest allowed onetimes I deposit General Agency of the Loisiallna SStateh .Lottery Co. GREAT FALLS, MONT. The Monthly Drawing CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000. Will take plaeo as NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY, Jan. 14, '90. Tickets Sold---Prizes Cashed dais lIssued by express eompanioe echane.a drat or note, or tickets, circulars and all Great Palls, Mont. Addrss registered letter contain~n currency to First National ak Greet FUia Moats a A large assortment of Christmas pres ents at the Bee Hive store. d8-tf C. A. BROADWATER, Prelsidennt. C. M. WEBSTER, Secretary. PARIS GIBSON, lice Preidet. A. i. DICKERIAN, Treesurer. The Great Falls Water-Power andTownsite Company. The Chief Industrial City OF Ta eIEA1 AAND STOCK DISTRICT OF NORTHERN MONTANA. The City of Great Falls IS already the Ter.Inus o. t.ve railroads, to ,t. tne ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS MANITOBA the MONTANA CENTRAL, and the GREAT1 FALLS & SAND COULEE BRANCH; and the BELT MOUNTAIN AAILWAY, connecting our City with the rich and inexhaustible deposits of Gold Sivter, Co pper, Lead and Iron, found in the Mining Districts and Camps of Neihart, Wolf Creek, ker0, To Middle Fork and other Mlling localities, is under construction. The great NORTH BERN PACIFll RAILWAY also has a Survey in progress by which its connection wlth our Citywilti be secured. GREAT FALLS is THE COMMERCIAL CENTER t o,.,.,,. w mi... d to bN e iu. rated .. r ill more than doubie the popniationtarer Noto the Rocky Mountain region offers greater inducements to the Settler or investor, ad all such are reapectfully invited to come and see for themselves. Tan Car! op GBamr FAUiE. having the meat stanendous available Water-Power on the Amertoem continent, Is destined to hecome the IsmnuSruL i CITY of the Northwest. The Montana Shlttag CompTan Is ereeliag mid has in prial operation the most exteasive and complete worts for kte bedtiores i United and other extensrve manufacturing enterprises will soon For information regarding GREAT FALLS and surrounding country, addresss Charles M. W ebster, Secretary, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. @ SPark Hotel.@ [UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.]: The Only First-Class House in Great Falls. Office Open Day and Night. Fine Billiard Rooms, Bar Stocked with Choice Liquors and Cigars' Central Avenue and Park Drive. Julius Horst, Pro. E. H. MOORM & CO., WHOLESALE DEALS N BUTTE EGGS We carry nothing but first- Store room in basement, between 3rd and 4th al Ave., Great Falls, Mont.