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title: 'Great Falls tribune. (Great Falls, Mont.) 1885-1890, May 14, 1887, Image 3',
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THE GREAT NORTHWEST.
GENERAL TIDTOGS FROM ALL PARTS OF
The Toston postoffice has been removed
to the smelting town, which is to be known
Thomas Cruse, C. L. Dahler and T. H.
Carter bought the Hundley & Preuitt
building in Helena for the Cruse Savings
Ed. Obander, a compositor, has eloped
with the daughter of Editor Schmidt of
the Helena Freie Press.
James Laughman of Helena lost $650
by the "saw-dust" game.
The Blue Grass saloon went up in smoke
on Saturday last. Eight other houses in
Butte were damaged.
Bennett Bros. andsE. $. Larabie have
got theButte street railway franchise.
Mrs. Joseph Bussiere, whose husband
was killed by Jack Rowand in Butte, has
received $950 from the public and has left
Gov. Leslie was in St. Paul on Saturday
last, on his way to Kentucky.
Hon. J. K. Toole has returned to Helena
from Washington and will remain at home
for the summer.
There was a land slide recently on the
Northern Pacific railroad at Painted
Rocks on the Missouri river. It detained
the Atlantic express during the day.
J. H.. Conrad of Chicago has bought
part of the Hauser addition in Helena. He
will bMild a $50,000 house and reside
Mrs. Pauline McArthur has been on a
visit to her brother Henry Bratnober of
the Drum Lummon mine.
The first number has been printed at
SBozeman of the Gallatin County Welfare
It is devoted to the cause of temperance
and contains an address from the Bozeman
Prohibition Club. E. M. Gardner is sec
retary and George Barnably treasurer of
the committee which issues it.
Huntley. & Clark of Toston, Montana,
have issued a map of Montana with a table
of distances. But, strange to say, Grew
Falls is not in.the list.,,
R. N. Sutherlin of the Rocky Mountain
Husbandman and Miss Hattie Hall of
Chicago were married recently at Oak
David Sutton, the mining mpan, was
thrown from his buggy in Helena and re
ceived painfgil injuries.
Louis Henry, one of the old timers of
Helena, is dead.
T'e Helena Episcopal church is to have
a new bell.
Seven or eight boats are on their way
from Bismarck to Fort Benton this week.
Clarance.is the name of a new postoffice
at the mouth of the Big Elk.
A. J. Aldrich, foreman, H. E. Williams
and H. J. Taber were all injured by an
explosion at the Toston smelter.
Prof. G. C. Svallow has resumed prac
tice of mining engineering.
Department Commander Waters has
issued a general orderwelative to the ob
servance of Memorial day by the Grand
Army of the Republic in Montana.
Corvallis has a new paper called the
1New Idea. -
W. B. Boyman and Miss Agnes Devel
ing, both of Bozeman, were married re
Capt Carlin says that natural gas under
lies.Bo man. He believes that there is a
vast coal field also there.
John D. Thomson is looming up as the
most active house builder in Helena.
Jack Waite, ex-champion heavy weight
of Montana, wa~ lately on a visit to James
Bates, of Helena. Waite n )w lives in
The Bonner Mercantile Co. of Butte
will establish a branch house in Helena.
In Butte the county commissioners have
decided to agitate for an extra session of
the legislature. They will ask all other
county boards to join in the request. They
eay some of the recent laws are amblg
ious and that others are defective.
Town lots are selling at a high figure in
. Another effort will be made to reincor
Butte is having a week of popular light
Some people in Bette would lik'b re
new °their acquaintance with the akir
who sold them gold-colored tin watches
and chains for $10 apiece.
Seven large brick blocks are projected
Bennett Bros. will conduct the new
opera house in Missoula.
The Women's Christian Temperance
Union gave an entertainment in Helena.
Among those who took part in it were
Prof. Rossner. Mrs. Kelsey, Miss Stout,
Miss Helen P. Clarke and Miss Alma
Mr. and Mrs. Samuels of Fort Benton
have arrived in Helena and will reside
The west portion of the riauser addition
to Hdlgua will soon bg placed on the
Woolston promises to begin the con
atruction of the Helena water works in
The A. M. HoTtdr Hlardware Co. of Hel
hasa been formed to carry on the bus
ess of Holter & Bro. M. M. Holter re
McConnell & James are to build a hand
somethree-story building atWarm Springs,
Deer Lodge county, for Mitchell & Mus
sigbrod. The cost will be $25,000.
:ie Fort Benton Riser Press says: "The
most enthslastlc Fort Benton man we
have seen- for many a day is Mr. Jos.
Hhiberg. Hee says that Benton is the
city of destin and that within six montha
every oot f re talte that he owns (and
bie owna lots of It) lrl beworth at least a
:-undred per centonreh than it is now. He
was oierded $000 y for the Dena
Karnry c. -G. Baker &
o.'s stor, al wopid not even gi the
io ndaoi He says he
ill be able to sell it ( aet frot for
$5,000 before snow -lis. if he wants to, bu
the chances are he will not sell. It woul
be a nice place for a big brick block."
During the coming fall Montana will be
connected with the St. Paul, Minneapolis
and Manitoba railroad, which traverses
Minnesota and Dakota, and is one of the,
greatest trunk lines in the United States.
NEWS FROM THE GREAT LAKES TO THE
The Security Building and Loan Assoei
ation at Minneapolis has been incorpor
Preparations are being made to celebrate
the hundreth anniversary of the celebrated
ordinance of 1787. Among those who are
interested are: Gov. Pillsbury, R. B.
Langdon, Minneapolis; Gov. Marshall,
Chief Justice Gilfillan, P. H. Kelly, Capt.
Blakeley, Gordon E. Cole, Senator H. M.
Rice, Col. Drake, John S. Prince, H. C.
Burbank and Gen. Johnson, St. Paul.
Sarah Bernhardt played recently to a
large but not select audience in St. Paul.
A Pullman vestibuled train has been on
view in St. Paul. It is a solid train with
out an open platforni.
George Gensler, an aged German res
taurant keeper, has been murderously as
saulted in Minneapolis by some person
Revs. Sam Jones and Sam Small have
been preaching to large audiences at the
Hennepin M. E. church in Minneapolis.
The taxes on. the West hotel, Minne
apolis, have been reduced from $9,000 to
The Commercial National Bank of St.
Paul has begun business.
C. P. Maginnis, who is mayor of Morris,
Minn., and a brother of the ex-delegate,
will be appointed land office receiver at
The spirtualists of Minneapolis held a
meeting at Malcom's hall for the purpose
of perfecting a permanent organization.
Addresses in favor of such organization
were made by Col. George W. Sweet,
Prof. M. A. Morey, Mrs. Coombs and oth
ers, and subsequently the constitution and
by-laws of "Minneapolis Spirtual Band of
Progress" were presented and adopted.
A grand ball has been given in Grand
Forks by the Accepted Order of Bachelors
of Grand Forks. The order is a social or
ganization, and includes in its membership
many of the leading society men of the
Red river metropolis. It has been in ex
istence three years, and none of the mem
bers have withdrawn by reason of matri
Some of the prqminent Russian citizens
of St. Paul meet at the residence of Mr.
John Dellar, a prominent Russian of West
St. Paul, to discuss the feasibility of the.
organization of Russians for mutual social
benefit and improvement.
Writipg from Walla Walla, W. T.,
Joaquin Miller says: "But I must come
to detail and simple facts, nud give some
account of the quality and the price of
land, the markets and the climate. Land
is cheap here. This spot is many hundred
miles from the Pacific ocean; many thous
and from the Atlantic seaboard, so that the
markets of Europe are beyond its reach.
The result is this loamy, black soil is cheap
because the market for wheat is too far
away. - And then these peoplq are still a
pastoral people. They hate to plow.
True, the richest of this land has been
subdued to the plow, but there is little
persistence in its use. When a field shows
the faintes sign of falling off in its prolific
yield of wheat it is gladly permitted to re
lapse into fallow and pasture."
It is repbied that the Vermillion iron
mine in St. Louis county, Minn., has been
sold to the Union Steel Co. of Chicago.
A.G. LADD, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN ND SURGEON.
Office Hours: I a m 2 to 4p m
Office at Ben. Lpeyre's Drag Store.
Great Falls. . . . Montana
JH. FAIRFIELD, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Great Falls . . . . . a.
F. B. NORRIS,
All dental work done carefully and thorough
ly. Gold Crowns, Parcelain Faced Crowns and
Bridge work a specialty. q.
GaRt FALLS, Moir .4
DR. A. F. FOOTE,
Broadway, - - - Helena, Mont
(ABOVE HERALD OFFICE)
J. D. McINTrIB, CIAS. MCIý TftE,
Chief Engineer Sun R. Canal. Co. Surveyor
GE]AT FALLS. - - - ,MorTANA
GEORGE W. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
G61veto Real Estate and Land Entries.
U1K Eura-4irmar -r
Hdm sandGerea:. Pa.:
LTER, Pres M. M. HOLTERJ Vics-Pres a. W - McLeod, Sc& &rea
OHAS. WEGNER, =N'L MANAGER
Incorporated. Capital,' $100,000.
I ~ ,J Also iC onzeon: Great Falls ?anlngII. 8
Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Shingles, Lath, Doors
Windows, Lime and Building Material.
Attorney at Law.
Gives special attention to
Business in the U S Land
JOHN W. STANT N,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND
Will practice in all courts of the territory.
Special attention given to real estate and mining
Great fls, Mont.
GBRAT FALLS, MONT.
E. J. CANARY,
Contractor and Buder,
BRICK AND STONE WORK.
Great Falls, - Mont.
JOY & FRITZPATRICK,
58 Chamber of Commerce, St, Paul
R Hale& Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, PAINTS
OILS AND BRUSHES.
And all Goods to be
Found in a Thoroughly
Stocked Drug Store.
Ordersdy Mail Will Receive Prompt At
tention. HELENA, MONT.
Obtained, and all PATENT BUSINESS at home
or abroad attended to for MODERATE FEES.
Our office is opposite the U. S. Patent OSic(,
and we can obtain patents inlese time than thoee
remote from WASHINGTON.
Send MODEL OR DRAWING. We adiise as to
Patentability free of chrra: end we CHARGE
NO FEE U17NLESS PATENT. ýS AJLLOWD.
We refer. here, to the Postmaster, the Supt. of
Money Order Div., and to officials of the U.S.
patent Office. - For circular2 advice, terms, and
references to actual olient in your own State or
county, write to
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite'atentOffloe Washingten. D C.
13 .WEEZS 13
The POLICE GAZETTE will be
mailed, securely wrapped, to any ad
dress in the United States for three
months on receipt of
.$i: ONE DOLLAR $S
Liberal discounts allowed to pe.a
3nas81a is and :lune. kmpte
s al o ers to
RICHARD . FOX,
P 1ý_ - t J ':..ar.- -
GREAT FALLS, MONT.
The Only First-Class Hotel in the Cit
Open Day and Night.
Bar and Billiard Roo
In Connection, Stocked With the Finest Brands of Liquors and Cigars
D. C. Ehrhart, Prop
Grand Union Hote]
fort "E-enton, 2dhont.
--Only First-Class Hotel in the City--,
Rates 12.00 per Day and Upwards. Special Rates to Families.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Men
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Northern Montana.
First-Class Bar and Billiard Room in Connection.
SAM KOHLBERG, Prop.
_-ST. ELMO HOTEL
CREAT FALLS, MONT.
First-Class in Every Respect.
Centrally Located and Good Accommodations.
Mesdames Dickinson & Dupont Proprietors
5t'Near Corner of 1st Ave. S. & 2d St..
Great Falls ntana.
Cntrallv ocated. Good Acconodatio
sets the 7est Table in the
for the 2h/on-e5-
,E, 1 ...'C.TA.LD,
3akery and Restauar
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,
FRESH BREAD, PIES AND CAKE EVERYDB
Also Bar in Connection Stocked with the Finest Brands of LIQu
Central ave. - - - Is
C. N. DICKINSON, Propnrietor.
7.holesale aen etall Deale;a
IN BEEF, PORK, MUTTON,
SAUSAGE, ETO., .ETC
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Excelsior Mat omp'
ral attention . to et t All
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